Woodbury put on a display of offensive excellence in its 43-6 Thanksgiving victory over Gateway.
The Thundering Herd finished with four rushing scores, and Marcus McGruder intercepted a Gateway pass and returned it 100 yards.
Seneca defeated Cherokee, 35-20, as the Golden Eagles' John Lovett rushed for 173 yards and five touchdowns.
In another Thanksgiving matchup, host Overbrook shut out Lindenwold, 41-0. Rams quarterback Xavier Martin passed for two scores, both of them from more than 30 yards out. Running back Marques DeShields contributed four touchdowns for Overbrook, including a fumble return for the last score of the game.
Northern Burlington defeated Pemberton, 42-0. The visiting Greyhounds scored four rushing touchdowns, including a 3-yard run by offensive lineman Diondre Pearson. Linebacker Gabe Sampson also scored, returning a blocked Hornets punt for a touchdown. The Greyhounds' Ja'Quay Redding eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards for the season.
Williamstown defeated division rival Washington Township, 38-21. The Braves jumped out to a 24-0 lead midway through the second quarter before the Minutemen responded with 21 straight points. Township lined up to kick the game-tying field goal, but the kick sailed wide left. The Braves held on to win.