John Cook ran the ball 12 times for 145 yards and a pair of scores for the Mustangs, who improved to 2-4 and hosts Paul VI on Friday, 7 p.m.
Timber Creek 8, Paul VI 7: A two-point conversion proved the difference in the Chargers’ win.
Dan Williams was 13-of-30 passing for 159 yards, and threw a touchdown strike to Adonis Jennings for Timber Creek’s only score.
Timber Creek improved to 6-1. The Chargers have a bye week before visiting Seneca on Nov. 8, 7 p.m., in their final game before the playoff cutoff.
Highland 27, Glassboro 16: Highland improved to 3-4, and hosts Delsea on Friday night, 7 p.m.
Here’s a look at some of the other sports action from the week, with results coming from information found on nj.com.
Timber Creek 7, Camden Catholic 0: Chrizian Duclos, Steve Ersing and Alex Kourahanis each scored twice to lead Timber Creek. Kourahanis also had two assists.
Jay Jennings and Justin Smith split time in goal, each making one save to help the shutout effort.
Woodbury 1, Collingswood 0: The Panthers couldn’t overcome a first half goal by the Thundering Herd. Goalie Jack Grassi made three saves in the loss, as Collingswood fell to 7-10.
Timber Creek 1, New Egypt 0: Alex Kourahanis’ first-half goal was all the Chargers needed to advance to the semifinals of the South Jersey Coaches Tournament. Chrizian Duclos had the assist, and goalie Justin Smith made six saves.
Timber Creek 2, Cherry Hill West 0: Alex Kourahanis had a goal and assisted on Chrizian Duclos’s goal. Steve Ersing also provided an assist. Jay Jennings and Justin Smith split time in goal, making four saves each. The Chargers are 13-1 this season.
Clearview 3, Triton 2: The game was dead even until the Pioneers scored the game-winning goal in overtime.
The scored was knotted at 1-1 at halftime, and 2-2 at the end of regulation.
Dylan Relos and Christian Van Auken each scored for the Mustangs. Javiar Arias had an assist.
Goalie John Deluca made 11 saves in the loss.
Triton 2, GCIT 2: Javiar Arias and Corey Laubenstein had the goals for Triton, who went to overtime for the second time in a week. This time, there was no decision.
The goal was tied, 1-1, at halftime and at the end of regulation, 2-2, for the second straight game. The teams went through two overtimes without declaring a winner.
Robert Rosetti assisted on both Triton goals.
Woodstown 3, Triton 0: Woodstown scored all three goals in the second half to sneak by Triton, who fell to 6-8-1.
Gloucester Catholic 7, Highland 2: Vincent DelGiorno and Ryan Kapczynski each scored for the Tartans. Jesus Portal had an assist. Goalie Zach Greenwood stopped seven shots.
Salem 4, Highland 1: Luis Guzman scored the only goal of the
game for Highland. Salem held a 1-0 lead at halftime, but opened up the scoring
in the second half to pull away.
Timber Creek 3, Camden Catholic 0: Staci Bell, Hayley DeFeo and Shannon Farrell each contributed a goal to the final tally. Colleen Collins, Brianna Magana and Angela Masticola provided assists.
Goalie Jenna Tolen made three saves.
Cherry Hill East 4, Timber Creek 1: Brianna Magana scored the only goal for Timber Creek in the defeat. Hayley DeFeo had an assist.
The Cougars scored four times despite an 11-save effort from Chargers goalie Jenna Tolen.
Timber Creek 2, Cherry Hill West 1: Brianna Magana scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to propel the Chargers. Her goal in the second half of regulation forced the extra sessions after a scoreless first half. Staci Bell and Hayley DeFeo assisted on the goals.
Goalie Jenna Tolen made eight saves as Timber Creek improved to 9-5-2.
Triton 4, Clearview 2: Paige Bergman scored twice in the second half to break a 2-2 halftime tie. She had all four of Triton’s goals.
Gabi Urban assisted on two of the goals, while Rebecca Dolhansky and Erin Taylor each had one assist.
Goalie Liz Dicamillo made 10 saves to help secure the win.
Gloucester Catholic 3, Triton 2: Each team scored twice in the first half, but had to wait until overtime for the next tally, when the Rams scored the game-winner. Michaela Paradiso had both goals for Triton. Liz Dicamilo and Christina Olsen split time in goal, making four saves each.