Heading into the final full week of high school football before the playoffs kick off, here are our 2014 South Jersey Power Rankings Top 10. Be sure to tell us if you agree or disagree.


WEEK 9:

1)  St. Joseph (8-0): The undefeated Wildcats continue to dominate the Cape-Atlantic League, beating a pretty good EHT team 49 - 8 and staying on top of the South Jersey Non-Public Group 1 power points standings.

2)  Timber Creek (7-0): The Chargers look to stay undefeated heading into the playoffs; they'll play Hammonton before likely getting the #1 seed in the South Jersey Group 4 bracket.

3)  Shawnee (7-0): The Renegades blanked Seneca, remain unbeaten, and sit just behind Timber Creek in the South Jersey Group 4 power points standings.

4)  Camden (8-0): The Panthers stormed through their regular season schedule (though they do still play on Thanksgiving Day) averaging more than 35 points a game. They sit just above Buena the South Jersey Group 2 power points standings.

5)  Lenape (7-0): The Indians face Rancocas Valley on Friday, a team they sit just behind in the South Jersey Group 5 power points standings



6)  Haddonfield (7-0): The Bulldawgs look to close out their Colonial Conference schedule undefeated when they face Haddon Township on Friday.

7)  St. Augustine (7-1): Perhaps the second best team in the Cape-Atlantic League, they'll face some serious competition once the Non-Public Group 4 playoffs get underway.

8)  Cherokee (4-3): Despite a record just over .500, the Chiefs have only lost to undefeated Timber Creek, Shawnee and Lenape. They also handed Rancocas Valley its first loss of the season.

9)  Jackson (7-1): The Jaguars end their regular season on Friday against undefeated Red Bank Catholic.

10) Buena (8-0): The Chiefs likely won't move above Camden in South Jersey Group 2 power points standings after they finish the regular season against Lower Cape May, but they will officially take the Cape-Atlantic League - National title.

Others receiving consideration: Rancocas Valley, Holy Cross, West Deptford, Bridgeton, Williamstown