But Upper Perkiomen was offsides, and Methacton got another shot. Nick LaPerche nailed the extra point for the win.
Keith Young rushed for an 11-yard score midway through the third quarter, and that proved to be the difference as Bishop McDevitt (4-1, 1-0) downed visiting Lansdale Catholic (0-5, 0-1), 14-12, in a AA matchup.
In the first quarter, Young rushed for a 77-yard score.
Washington knocked off host Germantown, 41-34, in a footrace as Hakeem Sillman sprinted to five touchdowns for the second straight week.
The Eagles (5-0, 4-0) trailed by six points at the halftime break before rattling off 21 straight points in the second half.
Sillman bookended the Eagles attack with a 39-yard score in the first quarter and a 39-yard sprint in the fourth.
Cedric Wright threw for 174 yards and rushed for two short scores to lead Germantown (3-2, 2-1).
With the ball on the goal line, quarterback Hayes Nolte is comfortable with just keeping it himself. Against visiting Pennington, Nolte rushed for three goal line dives to lead Germantown Academy to a 34-14 win.
The Patriots (3-1) trailed, 14-7, after the opening quarter before ripping off 27 unanswered points.
Chestnut Hill 34, Hill School 7 - Cedric Madden rushed for five scores, including one from 63 yards out, to lead Chestnut Hill (3-2) to a romp at Hill School (0-3).
Chester 14, Bartram 6 - Chester's Khalil Thompson intercepted a Bartram pass at the goal line to dash any hopes of a Braves comeback in this low-scoring affair.
The Braves (0-5) had a first-and-goal with four minutes left in regulation before a penalty pushed them back. Thompson, a junior, then sealed it with his interception, and the Clippers (3-2) ran out the clock.
Calvary Christian (4-1, 3-1) rushed for four short TDs to ease past host Lower Moreland (0-5, 0-2), 28-0. Each of the rushes was inside the 5 yard line.
Zach Jones scored four touchdowns in three different variations as W.C. Henderson (4-1, 2-0) rolled to a 41-6 win at Bishop Shanahan (2-2, 0-2) in a National Division matchup.
Jones found the end zone from 55 yards out twice in the opening quarter, first on a reception and later on an interception return. He then rushed for a 64-yard score in the second quarter before hauling in a 46-yard bomb.
Suburban One League
Tybre Stallings and Chris Naughton both rushed for two scores as Upper Dublin (4-1, 2-0) won at Upper Merion (0-5, 0-2), 34-16.