South Jersey's Friday football highlights

JoJo Kellum (left) of Lenape avoids Colin Wetterau of Shawnee as he runs for a lengthy gain in the 2nd quarter on Nov. 24, 2016.

Lenape jumped out to a 42-0 lead in the first half Friday against visiting Egg Harbor Township. The Indians tacked on a touchdown in the fourth quarter for a 49-0 win.

JoJo Kellum ran for three touchdowns in the first half, including back-to-back scores in the first quarter. His 31-yard run opened the scoring for Lenape and he rushed for 78 yards on nine carries.

Matt Lajoi went 6 for 7 for 134 yards and two touchdown passes. He also rushed for 52 yards on three carries. Jake Topolski had 122 receiving yards and a pair of touchdown receptions in the opening half.

Mike Galaida recovered a fumble in the end zone to round out the first-half scoring for the Indians. Legend King ran for 51 yards on seven carries and closed out the scoring for Lenape.

Kicker Steve Mulville made all seven of his point-after attempts.

Lenape will travel to Burlington Township next Friday.

St. Joseph battled back to defeat Holy Spirit, 42-26, in a battle between to top-10 teams.

Qwahsin Townsel had four touchdowns in the comeback win. St. Joseph (2-0), the No. 8 team in the Inquirer Top 25, rallied from two first-half deficits.

Holy Spirit jumped to a 13-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Elijah Gray added to the lead in the second quarter with a 57-yard run to make the score 26-14.

St. Joseph answered immediately as Jada Byers ran back the ensuing kickoff 62 yards to cut the lead to 26-22.

St. Joseph will take on Absegami on the road next Friday at 7 p.m.

Jarred Matchett had two touchdown receptions to lead Sterling past Cinnaminson, 21-0. The win keeps Sterling undefeated at 2-0 and drops Cinnaminson to 1-1.

The Silver Knights utilized a three-prong rushing attack as Damire Hutchinson, Greg Harris, and Joel Deaney combined for 246 yards on 39 carries.

C.J. Barrett threw for 69 yards and three touchdowns for the Silver Knights.

Absegami cruised past Lower Cape May on Friday.

West Deptford rolled past Willingboro, 34-6, at home. Ken Lim and T.J. Hoyt each ran for two touchdowns for West Deptford. The Eagles jumped out to a 27-0 lead at the half.

West Deptford will take on Overbrook (N.J.) next Friday at 7 p.m. at home.

Cedar Creek defeated Delsea, 28-20, on the road.

Cedar Creek, which moved to 2-0, will host Ocean City next Saturday at 1 p.m.

Visiting Atlantic City topped Washington Township, 26-14. Atlantic City, now 2-0, will take on Bridgeton next Friday at 7 p.m.

Bridgeton moved to 2-1 on the season, beating Clearview, 12-6, on the road.

Bordentown shut out Lindenwold, 24-0.

Woodbury beat Pennsville, 34-26.

Cherry Hill East fell to Highland, 23-15.

Pennsauken beat Triton, 51-40.

St. Augustine rolled past Williamstown, 45-7.