3. Timber Creek (3) 5-2
Senior running back Zaire Williams and senior defensive end Myles Nash will play in the Chesapeake Bowl on Dec. 29. Next: Home vs. Seneca (3-4) Friday at 7.
4. Delsea (4) 7-1
Senior quarterback Josh Awotunde, senior running back Tyrone Saud, and junior running back Rob Hooks each have more than 500 rushing yards. Next: Home vs. Cumberland (3-4) Friday at 7.
5. Absegami (8) 5-2
The Braves offense found another gear with the return of Notre Dame recruit Rashad Kinlaw. Next: Home vs. No. 6 Atlantic City (5-2) Friday at 7.
6. Atlantic City (5) 5-2
Senior quarterback Jarren McBryde and senior wide receiver Dayshawn Reynolds might be the most dangerous pass-catch combination in South Jersey. Next: At No. 5 Absegami (5-2) Friday at 7.
7. West Deptford (6) 7-0
The Eagles have scored 116 points (55.3 average) in their last three games. Next: At Haddonfield (5-2) Friday at 7.
8. Eastern (9) 6-2
Junior quarterback Tom Flacco threw six touchdown passes in the first three quarters of a 55-38 victory over Winslow Township on Friday. Next: at Lenape (1-6) Friday at 7.
9. Washington Township (10) 6-1
Junior Andrew O'Neill's 3-yard touchdown run was the difference in a 35-28 overtime victory over Seneca Friday.
10. Camden Catholic (7) 5-2
Senior linebacker Sean Collins leads the team in tackles. Next: Home vs. Cherry Hill West (4-3) Friday at 7.
Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Holy Spirit (4-3), Millville (4-3), Penns Grove (7-0).
- Phil Anastasia