Vineland scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to come back and beat rival Millville, 27-26, on Thursday.
Millville took a 26-20 lead with less than two minutes to play on a 65-yard touchdown catch by Solomon DeShields on the pass from Nate Robbins. But Vineland responded with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Levi Manson to take the lead with a minute to play.
Nahzir Broome led the way for Vineland with two touchdown runs and Ryan Shelton added an 18-yard touchdown pass from Tyreem Powell. Robbins had two more touchdown passes in the game for Millville, including another to DeShields and one to Shamore Collins, who also had a 41-yard interception return for a touchdown.
The rivalry game ended with a scuffle between the two teams in the handshake line.
Malin Jasinski racked up two rushing touchdowns, one passing touchdown, and an interception to lead Seneca over Cherokee, 21-14. It was Seneca's first win over Cherokee since 2009. Mac Carlin hauled in the 4-yard touchdown pass from Jasinski after he ran in touchdowns of 22 and 8 yards. Darren Hazen opened the scoring for Cherokee with a 10-yard run in the first quarter and Dante Johnson closed out the first half with a 21-yard touchdown reception from Billy Osborn.
Jakier Royster rushed for three touchdowns to lead Burlington City past Palmyra, 28-20. Royster ran for scores of 9, 20, and 28 yards after Jameel Morris opened the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown reception from D.J. Woodbury. Joe Smyth scored two touchdowns for Palmyra.
Ocean City shut out Pleasantville, 26-0. Isaac Wilson and Jake Inserra ran for touchdowns in the second half. Joe Repetti found Brad Jamison for an 18-yard touchdown early in the second half. Brendan McGonigle kicked two field goals in the win.
Kevin Pretlow found Tijere Jackson for three touchdowns and ran for one more in Clayton's 36-6 win over Pitman. Jackson hauled in passes of 25, 21 and 46 yards while Pretlow added a 43-yard touchdown run after a botched snap. Justin Pessoa opened the scoring with a 15-yard touchdown run. Dominic Hainsworth's 28-yard touchdown reception on a pass from Dan Powell got Pitman on the board with less than a minute to play.
Jurius Clark scored two touchdowns as Highland shut out Triton, 37-0, for its second-consectuive Thanksgiving win. Javon Holley, Kasim Randall-Dale and Mike D’amico added touchdowns on the ground. Brednan Koehler found Brad Small for an 18-yard touchdown pass.
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