A wild weekend in South Jersey has caused some minor movement in our 2014 South Jersey Power Rankings, powered by Prime Events.
1) St. Joseph: A decisive win against a tough Cape-Atlantic League opponent in St. Augustine Prep keeps the Wildcats on top of our power rankings.
2) Timber Creek: The Chargers' stifling defense kept Timber Creek in the game against West Jersey Football League rival Pennsauken, right up until the offense exploded late in the second half.
3) Shawnee: The defending South Jersey Group IV champions just overpowered Williamstown, winning easily 42 to 7.
4) Cherokee: The defending South Jersey Group V champions handed Washington Township it's first loss of the season, 27 to 7.
5) Camden: The Panthers offense looked unstoppable in their season-opening 49 - 14 win, as quarterback Khalil Williams threw 5 touchdown passes and ran another one in himself.
6) Toms River South: A favorite in the Shore Conference, the Indians opened their 2014 season with a dominating 40 - 7 win.
7) Eastern: The Vikings silenced a few critics concerned about the post-Tom Flacco season with a big win against rival Cherry Hill East.
8) Haddonfield: The Bulldawgs opened the Colonial Conference season downing Woodbury 35 - 6.
9) Barnegat: The Bengals kicked off their season with a 26 - 7 victory on their home turf.
10) Millville: The Thunderbolts pulled one out against Mainland thanks in large part to senior Rob Ennis breaking his own school record with 315 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns.
Others receiving consideration: Lenape, Hammonton, Delsea, Cedar Creek, West Deptford