Football Wallops Glassboro in Rainy Conditions for Fourth Straight Win

Football Wallops Glassboro in Rainy Conditions for Fourth Straight Win


The muddy, rainy conditions at George D. Paternoster Memorial Field could not stop the high-powered Pirates offense from another blowout, this time 51-18 over Glassboro.

“The score looks pretty, but there’s a lot to work on,” quarterback Shaun Davilla said. We have to get better at tackling, watching the backside, getting quicker; all things we have total control over.”

The Pirates are now 4-0 for the third consecutive season, while the Bulldogs fall to 1-3.

“It was sloppy tonight,” head coach Mario Patrizi said. “Rarely to we make all those penalties. Anytime you get the win, it’s good. We’ve got to shore some things up and do a better job.”

The Pirates are now averaging 38.5 points per game and are allowing an average of just 8 points per game.

“The game plan every week is to come in and do what we can,” Davilla said. “We know we are an elite team that can do great things. We just have to do what we know we can do on offense.”

Cinnaminson has outscored its opponents 154-32 through four games.

The Pirates struggled on their opening possession, being forced to punt after moving the ball across midfield, only to have the defense step up on Glassboro’s opening drive.

Dominic Cicale recovered a fumble at the Glassboro 31. The Pirates would open the scoring on an 18-yard run from Rashad Raymond and never look back.

Raymond finished the night with three touchdown runs of 18, 22 and 1 yards, respectively.

Frankie Stepnowski (13 yards), Davilla (4 yards) and Kevin Schoch (6 yards) also had rushing touchdowns.

Davilla also found Andrew Goshine through the air for a 40-yard touchdown pass.

Glassboro scored on two rushing touchdowns of (40 yards and 1 yard) and one 87-yard kick return for a touchdown, all by Isom Golden.

“The third quarter, we gave up a touchdown with the special teams, which we’ve got to look at,” Patrizi said.

The Pirates forced and recovered four turnovers on defense in the win to bring their season turnover differential to plus-10 (10-0).

“We call it hunting season,” Davilla said. “Anything we see we go kill. We just want that ball.”

Aside from the Cicale recovery, Ryan Bleistine and Gunner Peterson also recovered fumbles. Schoch intercepted a pass to end the first half.

Cinnaminson is home again next week, October 7, when Liberty opponent Robbinsville comes to town for homecoming at 7pm.

The 1991 state championship football team will be honored at halftime.

“It’s a league game and they are well coached,” Patrizi said. “We are honoring the ’91 team. It’s going to be a big crowd. We’ve just got to stay the course. They are gonna come in here and want to battle.”


1st: Cinnaminson: Rashad Raymond 18 run (Kevin Schoch run)
2nd: Cinnaminson: Rashad Raymond 22 run (Shaun Davilla run)
2nd: Cinnaminson: Shaun Davilla 4 run (Shaun Davilla run)
3rd: Glassboro: Isom Golden 40 run (pass failed)
3rd: Cinnaminson: Andrew Goshine 40 pass from Shaun Davilla (run)
3rd: Cinnaminson: Frankie Stepnowski 13 run (pass failed)
3rd: Glassboro: Imon Golden 1 run (run failed)
3rd: Cinnaminson: Kevin Schoch 6 run (Joe Cody kick)
3rd: Glassboro: Isom Golden 87 kickoff return (run failed)
3rd: Cinnaminson: Rashad Raymond 1 run (kick failed)

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Jim is the creator and editor of Cinn City Sports. He also created At the Dish, Life With Tony and Enzo and is the owner of JAVFreelancing. He coached baseball for five years, three at his former high school (Holy Cross in Delran, NJ) and two at prominent Division III program Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. He has worked for the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, NJ; Metro Networks in Bala Cynwyd, PA; and was the play-by-play announcer for the Camden Riversharks of the Independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball for two seasons (2007-2008) on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM, the student-run radio station at Rowan University. Jim earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and minor in Journalism from Rowan University in 2008. While in school he was the Assistant Sports Director at WGLS for two years and the Sports Director for one year. He also covered the football, baseball, softball and both basketball teams for the school newspaper 'The Whit.' He is the former Sports Editor for the Cinnaminson and Moorestown Patch websites. Jim lives in New Jersey with his wife Nicole, sons Tony and Enzo and dog Phoebe. He can be reached at