Late October football is upon us, and that means there is a lot on the line including playoff implications. Check out our 2014 South Jersey Power Rankings Top 10 this week, and be sure to tell us if you agree or disagree.
1) St. Joseph (7-0): The Wildcats coasted through another Cape-Atlantic League win, downing Mainland 46 - 7 and staying on top of the South Jersey Non-Public Group 1 power points standings.
2) Timber Creek (6-0): The Chargers returned from a bye week to fend off an upset-minded Clearview team that put up all of its 21 points in the second half.
3) Shawnee (6-0): Another team coming off of a bye, the Renegades stayed undefeated with a win over their West Jersey Football League - American Division rival Cherokee.
4) Camden (7-0): Laced with D-1 prospects, the Panthers handed WJFL - Royal Division rival Bishop Eustace its first loss of the season to remain undefeated.
5) Rancocas Valley (6-0): The Red Devils of Mt. Holly held on to the #5 spot in our Top 10 thanks to a 34 - 14 win over a tough Allentown team.
6) Lenape (6-0): Despite a dominating win on Friday night against Notre Dame, the Indians fell just behind Rancocas Valley in the South Jersey Group 5 Power Points Standings.
7) Haddonfield (6-0): The Bulldawgs put up 50 points in their win over Paulsboro. The top team in the Colonial Conference is also currently third in the South Jersey Group 2 Power Point Standings.
8) St. Augustine (6-1): The second best team in the Cape-Atlantic League beat up on American Conference rival EHT Friday, winning 54 - 7.
9) Jackson (6-1): The Jaguars' moved up on our list with a Hammonton loss and a big-time win over Toms River South.
10) Buena (7-0): The Chiefs moved into the Top 10, remained perfect on the season, and clinched at least a share of the Cape-Atlantic League - National title with a win over Pleasantville.
Others receiving consideration: Holy Cross, Glassboro, West Deptford, Toms River North, Bridgeton