Camden earned the bragging rights with an 8-6 win in the rivalry game, but Woodrow Wilson still has another game on the docket in the South Jersey Group 3 championship.
In his final game with Timber Creek, Devin Leary - wearing his Little League No. 5 - threw three touchdown passes and even caught a TD as well.
Senior quarterback Matt Lajoie threw three touchdown passes and senior linebacker Zach Cole led the defense.
Highlights of South Jersey Thanksgiving Day football.
Senior Tyrell Lewis scored his first career TD and juniors Monte Williams and Naiem Simmons made big plays as the Lions beat the cross-town Cougars for the fifth year in a row.
Highlights from Wednesday's sports in South Jersey.
Iverson Clement rushed for 181 yards and a score as Rancocas Valley won the outright WJFL Capitol Division title.
His teams won two South Jersey titles and three division titles in his seven seasons with the Bulldogs.
Kingsway coach Mark Hendricks said he thinks Zehner is the first player in school history with 10 touchdown catches in a season and 16 in a career.
The full slate of rivalry games includes matchups between sectional finalists Shawnee and Lenape and West Deptford and Paulsboro.
The Mustangs made the title game for the first time ever. "No one else has done what we've done," senior defender Jimmy Kryjer said
Woodrow Wilson advances to the South Group 3 title game for the first time since 2001 with a 46-25 triumph over Lakewood on Saturday. Myheem McCargo racked up 243 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries.
The Paulsboro defense stuffed Salem running back Ramere Nock twice at the goal line.