Shawnee, which leads the series, 33-6-2, rallied from a 12-6 third-quarter deficit on a 15-yard touchdown run by Anthony DiOrio and Jamie Jackopin's 27-yard TD pass to Zach McHale.
Jett's other scoring passes included a 46-yard strike to Jordan Walker and a 73-yard bomb to Baskerville.
Cherokee 34, Seneca 10 - Zaire Williams had touchdown runs of 67, 33, 27, and 5 yards in amassing 265 yards on 20 carries, and also raced 80 yards with an interception for another score, powering the Chiefs (7-3) to the convincing win at Seneca (3-7).
Camden Catholic 35, Paul VI 21 - Pete Galiano ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as the host Irish (10-0 overall, 4-0 division) completed their perfect run through the West Jersey League Constitution Division.
Paul VI (2-8, 1-3) saw its series two-game winning streak snapped, despite Alec Vignola's two TD passes and one scoring run.
Woodrow Wilson 36, Camden 12 - Terrence Chambliss set a school record with his 24th career touchdown reception and Anthony Haynes ran for 151 yards and one score, making the host Tigers (7-4, 4-0) champions of the West Jersey League Independence Division.
William Spearmon and David Trinidad shared the old Wilson mark of 23 career TD catches.
Camden (2-8, 1-3) received a pair of touchdown passes from Tavaris Headen.
Cinnaminson 23, Delran 20 - Dominic Elly and Thomas Donnelly combined to rush for 196 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Pirates (8-3, 3-1), who clinched a share of the West Jersey League Patriot Division title with Burlington Township.
Delran (4-6, 0-4) made it interesting with Casey McHugh's 27-yard TD pass to A.J. Arcaini.
Palmyra 35, Burlington City 20 - Alonzo Sadler took a pass from Zach Berry 69 yards for the opening score, and added two TDs and 88 yards on the ground to finish his career with 3,008 yards rushing for the visiting Panthers (5-5, 3-1).
Kenyotta Green scored twice, including an 86-yard kickoff return, for Burlington City (1-9, 1-3) in the West Jersey League Freedom Division clash.
New Egypt 14, Bordentown 7 - Mike DeAnni found Kenny Massa open with a 19-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, providing enough cushion for the Warriors (7-3) to hold off host Bordentown (2-8).
Rancocas Valley 16, Pemberton 0 - Erik Collins returned the second-half kickoff return 94 yards to close out the scoring, as the visiting Red Devils (7-3) improved their series record to 27-23-4 against Pemberton (4-6).
Pitman 38, Clayton 20 - Ryan Noon (15 carries, 175 yards) went 75 yards on the first of his four touchdown runs, and Curt Nealen came through with two sacks and five solo tackles as the Panthers (3-7, 2-2) cruised to the West Jersey League Classic Division victory at Clayton (2-8, 0-4).
Gloucester 34, Gloucester Catholic 14 - A steady diet of Ben Boyer, who carried the ball 42 times for 294 yards and four touchdowns, helped the host Lions (5-5) to even the annual series' mark at 18-18-1.
Boyer finished the season with 1,841 yards - shy of the school single-season record of 2,009 yards set by Mike Blankenship in 2001.
Elliott McCummings had a pair of touchdown runs for the Rams (2-8).
Salem 18, Woodstown 9 - Devin Walker opened the scoring with an 18-yard run in the first quarter and broke free for TD jaunts of 80 and 93 yards in the final period to make the Rams (6-4) winners at Woodstown (6-4).
Schalick 7, Cumberland 0 - Michael Johnson (21 carries, 142 yards) ran 40 yards for the lone score of the game on Schalick's first play from scrimmage, and the visiting Cougars (6-4) held on for just their second win over Cumberland (4-6) in the last five meetings.
Woodbury 60, Gateway 20 - Anthony Averett produced touchdown runs of 42 and 65 yards along with scoring passes of 30 and 79 yards, and Jeray Demby ran for three TDs as the Thundering Herd (5-5, 4-1) rolled to the Colonial Conference Patriot Division romp.
Tim Greene threw three TD passes for the host Gators (2-8, 2-3).
Audubon 28, Haddon Township 8 - Kahleil Chisolm's two-touchdown, 217-yard effort gave the sophomore 1,056 yards rushing for the season, highlighting the Colonial Conference Patriot Division win for the Green Wave (4-6, 2-3).
Jake Campbell completed 20 of 22 passes for 197 yards and one score for host Haddon Township (2-8, 2-3).
Lindenwold 30, Overbrook 6 - The host Lions (1-9) broke into the win column in their final game of the season thanks to Malik Muldrow, who threw for 236 yards and three touchdowns.
Denzel Turbeville caught two TD passes and Shymere Williams took a toss from Muldrow 74 yards for another score. William Miller's 19-yard run in the fourth quarter put Overbrook (2-8) on the scoreboard.
Millville 34, Vineland 0 - Alquann Jones ran for a pair of scores to set the Millville single-season record of 26 touchdowns, as the host Thunderbolts (11-0, 5-0) vanquished Vineland (3-7, 0-5) in a Cape-Atlantic League American Division rout.
Millville's previous record of 25 touchdowns was established by Phil Jackson in 1957.
Mainland 13, Egg Harbor Township 9 - The host Eagles (4-6) were stopped twice at the Mainland 1-yard line with a little over 4 minutes remaining, and the Mustangs (5-5) relied on a pair of Jim Cooper field goals to pull out the win.
Holy Spirit 28, Atlantic City 6 - Donta Pollock led the way with two touchdown runs as the Spartans (7-3) marched to their seventh consecutive series victory at Atlantic City (6-4).
Absegami 9, Oakcrest 6 - Dave Hood's 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter provided the difference for the host Braves (5-5), who picked up their eighth win in the last nine meetings with Oakcrest (5-5).
Ocean City 39, Pleasantville 0 - Ben Bethea took a handoff 55 yards for a touchdown and the host Red Raiders (2-8) scored three times on turnovers in ending the Greyhounds' 0-10 season.