Quarterback Dan Williams had another big game, leading the Timber
Creek Regional High School football team to a 34-7 win over Triton in the annual Thanksgiving Day contest.
Williams threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for another as the Chargers improved to 8-2.
Williams got the scoring going with a 6-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and followed with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Casey later in the frame. Ziare Williams got involved in the second quarter, punching in a touchdown on a run from 3-yards out to give the Charges a 21-0 lead. Senior Bryce Shade showed his playmaking ability later in the second quarter when he broke free for a 60-yard touchdown to give Timber Creek a 28-0 advantage at the half.
Jagger Green added a 15-yard touchdown run in the third before Triton got on the board with a 59-yard touchdown run from Reuben Pagan.
The loss brings to an end a disappointing season for the Mustangs. Triton started the season 2-0, but won just once the rest of the way, finishing 3-7.
Meanwhile, the Chargers hope to have two more games in front of them, beginning next week when they host Shawnee, in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 semifinals.