finished with 94 yards. Teammate Jody Ellis carried 17 times for 154 yards and three touchdowns.
West Jersey Constitution
Timber Creek bounced back from a tough loss by scoring 21 fourth-quarter points in a 34-6 win at Moorestown.
Bryce Shade and Khalil Pierce each ran for two touchdowns for the Chargers (3-2, 2-1).
West Jersey National
Kingsway took a step forward in the league with a 24-13 victory over visiting Triton.
Ray Lawry's first-half touchdown run opened the scoring and Brandon Irving's 18-yard scamper in the third quarter gave the Dragons a 14-0 advantage.
Josh Woods' touchdown run later in the third brought Triton back into the game, but the momentum proved short-lived.
The Dragons (3-2, 2-1) reasserted control in the fourth on Irving's second scoring run and a 20-yard field goal by Tyler Bell.
West Jersey Classic
A week after a near-record performance, South Jersey's leading rusher was at it again in Wildwood's 42-6 triumph over visiting Salem.
Last week, Wesley Hills had 452 yards and eight touchdowns in a 61-34 win at Maple Shade. That briefly stood as a state record until Glassboro's Corey Clement topped him with 476 yards later the same night.
On Friday, Hills ran for touchdowns of 12 and 22 yards and returned a punt 60 yards in the first half as Wildwood opened a 22-8 lead. Francis Christian also had a 16-yard touchdown run for the Warriors (4-1, 2-1).
West Jersey Liberty
Logan Hill carried 14 times for 120 yards and a touchdown and threw for 80 more in Holy Cross' 38-13 win over visiting Cinnaminson.
West Jersey Freedom
Maple Shade broke open a close game in the third quarter and went on to a 34-13 win over visiting Burlington City.
Steve Stroebel threw for three touchdowns, two of them to Joe Fedorowycz. He also connected on a 72-yard scoring play with Kevin Williams in the first quarter.
Holy Spirit remained a factor in the league race by winning its second straight game, an 18-0 victory at Absegami.
The Spartans (2-2, 2-2) did it behind a dominating defense that contributed two scores. Jeff Steeb ran an interception back 25 yards for a first-quarter score and Angelo Dawson took one back 46 yards in the fourth.
Quasheem Taylor rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner in the fourth quarter, to lead Bridgeton to a 14-8 win at Buena.
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