It was Timber Creek High School’s defense that broke the ice with a second-half score, and the Chargers shut down visiting Kingsway 14-0 on Friday in a West Jersey Football League National Division matchup.
After a scoreless first half, Tyreek Williams returned an interception 36 yards for the touchdown, and Devin Leary added a fourth-quarter insurance TD pass to Noah Ellison, boosting Timber Creek (3-2), ranked No. 10 in the Courier-Post’s Mean 15.
Kingsway (1-3), ranked No. 14, was held to 104 total yards.
•Lenape 41, Allentown 7: The sixth-ranked Indians (4-0) took the lead for good when Joseph Kellum ran 6 and 72 yards for the game’s first two scores in the first quarter.
Bryce Long launched a pair of TD passes and also scored on a 29-yard run.
•Clayton 28, Wildwood 0: Tyreek Jackson scored the last two touchdowns for the Clippers (3-1) before the game was stopped by lightning with 1:40 left in the third quarter.
Kwenzel Hannah hit Elijah Rehm with a 63-yard TD pass on the first play of the game, and the defense contributed to the scoring when Deven Carr raced 65 yards to the end zone with an interception.
•Hammonton 41, Clearview 21: The No. 11 Blue Devils (5-0) piled up 312 yards on the ground with a balanced attack that included Mitchell Vitali’s 104 yards and one TD, and Izick Flores’ 96 yards and a touchdown.
Clearview’s Isaac Murphy carried the ball eight times for 102 yards.
•Paul VI 29, Winslow Twp. 6: Matt Vitale controlled the offense for the No. 9 Eagles (4-1) by hitting Lonnie Moore and Erick Robertson with second-half TD passes and also scoring on a sneak.
The Paul VI defense chipped in with the team’s first touchdown when Donnelly Shuler returned an interception 60 yards.
•Riverside 13, Burlington City 8: The Rams (2-3) survived a last-minute threat and squeezed past City (1-3).
Andrew Belcher and quarterback Chris Henderson gave the Rams rushing touchdowns, but City had a late chance when a poor punt gave the Blue Devils a first down at the Riverside 16-yard line with three minutes left. A fourth-down pass fell incomplete, ending the opportunity.
•Moorestown 35, Triton 6: Mike DiMarino steered the Quakers (2-3) to an easy win, tossing three touchdown passes covering 41, 36 and 9 yards.
•Robbinsville 34, Bordentown 14: Mitch Luyber tossed TD passes to Dante Gipson and Kevon McClary to account for the Scotties’ offense.
•Haddonfield 35, Woodbury 0: The Haddonfield (4-1) defense gave up just 99 total yards while collecting three turnovers and helped give coach Frank DeLano his 100th career victory. DeLano has a career mark of 100-47.
Tommy Kadar completed 5-of-8 passes for 123 yards, ran for 48 yards and three touchdowns and also had an interception on defense.
•Overbrook 46, Haddon Twp. 7: Tommy Wyatt fired four touchdown passes, including one to Marques DeShields as the Rams rumbled to victory over the Hawks. DeShields also ran for a pair of scores.
•Collingswood 25, Gateway 0: Dashon Burdett rushed for two scores and Jahmir King and Jovon Allie also hit paydirt on runs as the Panthers silenced the visiting Gators.
•Ocean City 19, Egg Harbor Twp. 7: The Red Raiders (1-4) earned their first win with an upset, as Shane Stack and Andrew Donoghue scored second-quarter touchdowns, and the defense forced five EHT (3-2) turnovers.
•St. Augustine 27, Mainland 3: Sophomore Kyle Dobbins got loose for 206 rushing yards on 22 carries and scored a touchdown for the Hermits (5-0).
St. Augustine finished with 389 total yards, including 331 on the ground. Jose Tabora opened the scoring with a short TD pass to Shamere Collins, who also returned a punt 43 yards for a score and notched his first two touchdowns of the season.
•Bridgeton 42, Pleasantville 0: Dequan Solomon ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns on a dozen carries to ignite the Bulldogs’ (2-3) offense.
Bridgeton had three touchdowns longer than 20 yards, including Shamir Williams’ 55-yarder with 1:31 left in the game to complete the scoring against the Greyhounds (0-5).
•Millville 22, Absegami 6: The Thunderbolts gave up an early TD when Absegami (2-2) returned an interception for a score before shutting down the Braves the rest of the way, including four interceptions.
On offense, Millville (2-2) got TD runs of 30 and 75 yards from Clayton Scott, and quarterback Will Polhamus found the end zone on a 1-yard plunge.
Two football games were postponed by wet weather on Friday night. Hopewell Valley will play at Willingboro at 1 p.m. on Saturday, and the West Deptford at Sterling game will be played at 6 p.m. on Monday.