Here are the final scores from Thanksgiving Day:

Mainland 13, EHT 9 - Mainland captured the Kiwanis Trophy and improved to 5-5 on the season and EHT finishes up at 4-6.  Tom Bradway broke up a 4th down pass with less then a minute to play to seal the win.  Jim Cooper kicked two field goals and Dashown Waller scored on a 3-yard run.  For EHT, Desmond Garris scored the lone touchdown.  Mainland now leads this series 18-10-1 and its EHT's first losing season since 2006.

Holy Spirit 28, Atlantic City 6 - Holy Spirit is home to the Boyd-Marczyk trophy for the seventh straight time as Donta Pollock scored two touchdowns and rushed for 119 yards for Holy Spirit.  Tom Hehre fired a 13-yard TD pass to Liam Nolan to help lead the Spartans who are now 7-3 and will face Camden Catholic next Friday night in the non-public II final at TCNJ (on 97.3 ESPN).  Atlantic City ended its season at 6-4.

Millville 34, Vineland 0 - Alquann Jones broke the school record with his 26th touchdown of the season to help Millville over Vineland in one of the nationals oldest Thanksgiving Day rivalries.  These two teams started playing back in 1893, this was the 140th edition with Vineland still leading the series 63-58-19.  Millville will now get ready for it's Group IV final on Friday night at Rowan against top-seeded Pennsauken.

Absegami 9, Oakcrest 6 - Absegami finished its season at 5-5 and Oakcrest is 6-5 as the Braves held on the beat the Falcons.  With the win, Absegami gets the Joe Mohr trophy and now has a 18-17 lead in the series.  The Braves scored a late first half touchdown and got a safety to seal the win.

OC 39, Pleasantville 0 - Ocean City won for the fifth straight season to earn the Mike Slaveski-Bob Thomas Memorial Award.  The Red Raiders finish the season at 2-8, while the Greyhounds fall to 0-10, it was their 20th straight loss overall.  Ocean City now leads the series which began in 1917, 45-40-6.

Lower Cape May 33, Middle Twp 6 - Lower improved to 5-5 on the season by winning the Anchor Bowl over Middle who falls to 2-8.  With the win, Lower has now won two in a row over Middle and evened up the Anchor bowl at 8-8 since the two teams began playing on Thanksgiving Day.  Overall, Middle still holds a 40-24-2 series advantage.

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