Rancocas Valley (2-0) also got three touchdown passes from junior quarterback Jordan Sadusky in setting the stage for Saturday's showdown with Eastern (3-0).
The Red Devils, the No. 9 team in The Inquirer top 25 rankings, can make two statements against the No. 3 Vikings - that they are among South Jersey's elite teams, and that they will be a factor in the South Jersey Group 5 tourney.
"We're moving in the right direction," Haussman said. "We're getting better and better. We know Eastern is going to be a battle."
Watch Woodstown. The Woodies are 3-0 after a 15-0 win over Glassboro in a key WJFL Diamond game Friday night.
Woodstown coach John Adams said it was a "confidence boost" for his program to go into Glassboro and beat such an established program.
Woodstown has been playing great defense this season, allowing just 16 points in three games. Adams said lineman Nathan Prus has been "basically unblockable" and linebackers Mario Catalano and Levi Simpkins have been strong as well.
The offense has been sparked by senior running back Semaj Thomas, who ran for two TDs on Friday night, including one for 84 yards. Thomas has 291 yards and eight TDs this season on just 21 carries.
"He's been lights out," Adams said.
After a bye, Woodstown hosts Penns Grove on Oct. 11 in a game that could decide the Diamond Division title.
Break time. The entire Colonial Conference has a bye this week, setting the stage for some big games on the weekend of Oct. 10-11.
Sterling (3-0) hosts Haddonfield (3-0) and Collingswood (3-0) hosts West Deptford (3-0) on Oct. 10 in two matchups of four unbeaten Colonial Liberty teams.
Haddonfield has gotten strong work from junior linebacker Mark Walker, according to coach Frank DeLano.
West Deptford has outscored its first three opponents, 205-8. The Eagles' first three opponents (Gateway, Lindenwold, Overbrook) are a combined 1-8. Their next three opponents (Collingswood, Sterling, and Haddonfield) are a combined 9-0.
On Oct. 11, Woodbury (2-1 overall but 1-0 in the Patriot) hosts Paulsboro (3-0, 1-0) in the annual rivalry game that traditionally decides the Colonial's division of smaller schools.
Climbing the charts. Pennsville senior quarterback Dylan Cummings has thrown 10 touchdown passes in the Eagles' first two games.
Cummings is on the verge of setting two South Jersey records. He has 5,861 career passing yards, just shy of the mark of 5,982 set by Cherry Hill East's Kevin Foley in 1991.
Pennsville (2-0) hosts Highland (1-2) Friday at 7.