Washington Township 2, Winslow 0 - Andrew O'Neill's safety in the second quarter was all the offense Washington Township needed to upstage Winslow in a low-scoring contest.
O'Neill, who also played running back, fell on a botched Winslow snap in the end zone.
Cedar Creek 32, Bridgeton 6 - Bridgeton took a quick lead before Cedar Creek took control of the game and cruised to an easy win.
Cappadonna Miller put the Pirates on the board with a 15-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter. Cedar Creek went on two score 35-straight points, including two from Gary Melton.
He hauled in a 71-yard touchdown pass from Damon Mitchell in the third quarter and rushed for a 42-yard touchdown in the fourth.
Robbinsville 34, Burlington City 3 - Nick Ford converted a first-quarter field goal and that would be all the scoring Burlington City would be able to muster as it fell to visiting Robbinsville.
Kyle Alston led the way with a pair of rushing touchdowns, one from 58 yards out and another from 51. M.A. Cimarella chipped in with a pair of goal-line dives.
St. Joseph 7, Holy Spirit 0 - Miles Pease's fourth-quarter heroics lifted St. Joseph over visiting Hammonton.
The senior running back hauled in a 15-yard touchdown from Anthony Giagunto in the final minute of regulation for the game-winner.
Maple Shade 31, Clayton 12 - Tyler Nicolo scored three touchdowns, two different ways to lift Maple Shade at Clayton.
Nicolo rushed for a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter, recovered a fumble in the end zone in the second and rushed for a 25-yard touchdown in the fourth to cap the Wildcats scoring.
Maple Shade led by 18 points at halftime before cruising in the last two quarters.
Highland 35, Woodrow Wilson 6 - Fred Morrison rushed for three touchdowns to highlight Highland's easy win over host Woodrow Wilson.
Morrison opened the first quarter with a six-yard touchdown, then rushed for a 15-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
The Tartans led by six at halftime before scoring 23 points in the second half.
Morrison opened the second half with his third touchdown, this time from 26 yards out.
Dan Martin, who also rushed for a two-point conversion rushed for a four-yard touchdown. DaVante Parker sealed the win with a five-yard touchdown as part of the Tartans' 15-point fourth quarter.
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