In the middle of the 1990 season, Marc Cahill cemented himself in Milk Can lore with a four-touchdown performance for the ages. That year, an 0-4 Voorhees team traveled to North Hunterdon for the annual Milk Can Game without having won it since the 1982. Not only had Voorhees not seen the Can in eight years, but the football program was suffering through a 15-game losing streak that spanned three seasons. However, on that night, Marc Cahill changed everything. Marc had 16 carries for 214 yards and three rushing touchdowns, including a 60-yarder in the third quarter. He also had a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown in third quarter to go along with his ten tackles. His extraordinary effort continued on special teams as he recorded a then school record punt of 61 yards. Voorhees won the Milk Can Game 27-0, recording the first shutout in series history and setting Voorhees Football on a path toward its most successful era in program history.