3. Timber Creek (1) 1-1
The Chargers likely will be without North Carolina recruits Greg Webb and Dajaun Drennon this weekend but could get a lift from the debut of senior defensive tackle Dyaire Hicks, a highly touted transfer from Baltimore. Next: At Cherry Hill West (1-0) Friday at 7.
4. Williamstown (4) 2-0
The Braves' team speed was on full display in Friday's 39-0 victory over then-No. 7 Shawnee. Next: At Cherokee (1-1) Friday at 7.
5. Hammonton (5) 2-0
Veteran coach Pete Lancetta can win his 200th game on Friday, one week after one of his closest friends, West Deptford coach Clyde Folsom, won his 200th. Next: At Egg Harbor Township (1-1) Friday at 7.
6. Triton (8) 2-0
Led by linebackers Chance Negri and Artie Flemming and end Isaiah Baylor, the Mustangs defense has not allowed a point in the second half of victories over Pennsauken and Cherokee. Next: At Shawnee (1-1) Friday at 7.
7. Moorestown (NR) 2-0
The Quakers' senior speedster Anthony Bonett made the play of the game with an 88-yard touchdown run in a 31-28 victory over then-No. 6 Delsea on Friday night. Next: At No. 2 Camden Catholic (2-0) Friday at 7.
8. Holy Spirit (9) 0-2
The Spartans have lost to No. 5 Hammonton in overtime and to No. 1 St. Joseph in a game that was tied until the final 15 seconds of the fourth quarter. They'll sit home this week as the best 0-2 team in South Jersey. Next: Home vs. Mainland (1-1) on Sept. 28 at 7.
9. West Deptford (10) 2-0
The Eagles have a top 1-2 punch at running back in junior fullback Gerald Owens and senior halfback Josh Cornelius. Next: At Haddon Heights (2-0) Saturday at 1.
10. Delsea (6) 1-1
Quarterback Josh Awotunde led a furious, fourth-quarter rally that fell just short in a 31-28 loss at Moorestown on Friday night. Next: Home vs. Deptford (1-1) Friday at 7.
Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Burlington Township (2-0), Millville (2-0).
- Phil Anastasia