Alabama-bound Anthony Averett was explosive again at Lindenwold Friday night, racking up 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns and passing for a third as the Thundering Herd blanked the Lions, 49-0.
Averett scored on runs of 36 yards and three yards, and Jeray Denby—who caught an eight-yard TD from Averett—ran for a seven-yard score in the first quarter.
Mark Jenkins’ 37-yard interception return for a touchdown and a safety closed out the wild scoring night for Woodbury, which improved to 2-1 with the win.
Haddonfield 16, Sterling 13
Freshman Drew Tomlinson kicked a chip shot for the game-winning field goal and the Bulldawgs overcame a multitude of turnovers to beat the visting Sterling Knights Friday night.
Haddonfield’s Henry Klaus scored on a five-yard run and Mike DeFeo ripped off an 85-yard kick return, but the Bulldawgs nearly gave it away when Mike McLaughlin had the ball sail over his head on a shotgun snap, allowing Sterling’s Julian Blackshear to recover and score.
But Tomlinson booted the game-winner on fourth-and-goal from the one to get the Bulldawgs even at home and 2-1 on the season.