In other nonleague action:
Penn Charter 33, Peddie School 8 - Eric Neefe ran for 198 yards and four touchdowns to lead Penn Charter to the road win.
After Peddie School went ahead, 8-6, in the second quarter on Rory Merklinger's 1-yard run, Neefe scored four unanswered touchdowns to put Penn Charter in front and turn the game into a rout.
Springside Chestnut Hill 9, Hill School 3 - Springside Chestnut Hill posted nine points in the second quarter and held on for the home win.
Defensive tackle Kyle Lawlor blocked a punt out of the back of the end zone for a safety to put the Blue Devils ahead, 2-0, and Mike Hayes completed a 5-yard touchdown pass to Bob Keyes to add to their lead.
Hayes finished 7-for-14 passing for 160 yards. Keyes caught four passes for 106 yards.
Haverford School 21, Penn Wood 5 - Haverford School never trailed in its home win against Penn Wood.
Christian Giubilato ran for 89 yards and a score.
Morrisville 31, Academy of the New Church 13 - Zjamir Ibezim ran for two touchdowns and returned an interception for a third to lead Morrisville to the win at ANC.
Catholic League AAAA
The Inquirer's top-ranked team in Southeastern Pennsylvania, La Salle, easily dropped Archbishop Ryan, 31-0, at Washington.
Chris Kane threw for 293 yards and a touchdown, and Jimmy Herron and Jared Herrman each scored a pair of touchdowns.
Catholic League AA
Shaquille James scored three touchdowns to lead West Catholic to a 47-14 win over Bishop McDevitt at Cheltenham. James opened the scoring with a 2-yard run and caught touchdowns of 7 and 48 yards to help the Burrs build a 47-7 lead after three quarters.
Wyatt Scott ran for 195 yards, including a 62-yard touchdown, as Owen J. Roberts won at Pope John Paul II, 20-12.
Sam Tascone did all he could to help Delco Christian hold to its 14-6 win over visiting Jenkintown.
After coming up with an interception with 1 minute, 51 seconds remaining, Tascone made a game-saving tackle on the Knights' 4-yard line to secure the lead.
Public Class AAA
After his Overbrook team fell behind, 8-0, in the first quarter, Marice Tillman led a defensive effort that included three shutout quarters and a fumble-return touchdown in a 12-8 win against Mastery Charter at Simon Gratz.
Tillman, who ran for 83 yards on 17 carries on offense, recovered a fumble and took it 38 yards, untouched, for the go-ahead touchdown in the second quarter.
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