Jonathan Bradshaw scored on a 75-yard run and a 45-yard interception return, highlighting a 29-point first half that catapulted Willingboro to a 29-21 victory over Cinnaminson on Friday in a West Jersey Football League interdivision matchup.
A 95-yard pass from Anthony Robbins to Rajahan Sams and Bradshaw’s run helped the Chimeras to a 15-7 lead after one quarter. They entered halftime with a 29-7 advantage after Bradshaw’s pick and Robbins’ 12-yard scamper.
Sams had two receptions for 140 yards. Willingboro’s Robert Cleveland ran for 119 yards on 17 carries.
Willingboro (4-3) won for the fourth time in its last five games to move into contention for a South Jersey Group 2 playoff spot. Cinnaminson dropped to 4-3.