It is only the second week of the season but either the Cedar Creek or Bridgeton high school football team will get a boost toward a possible Cape-Atlantic League National Conference title tonight.

The teams meet at 7 p.m. at Bridgeton. Both come off impressive season-opening conference wins. Bridgeton beat Lower Cape May 68-8, while Cedar Creek defeated Ocean City 21-0.

Here's more information on Cedar Creek vs. Bridgeton as well as a preview of the rest of the weekend's action.

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Cape-Atlantic League

National Conference

Cedar Creek (1-0)

at Bridgeton (1-0)

7 p.m. today (1240 AM)

Cedar Creek wide receiver and running back Amir Mitchell ran for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass in the win over Ocean City. His touchdowns averaged 54 yards. Seven different Bridgeton players scored in the win over Lower Cape May.

Vineland (0-1)

at Pleasantville (0-1)

7 p.m. today

Pleasantville's last win came 33 games ago when it beat Lower Cape May 42-28 on Nov. 7, 2009. Pleasantville showed promise in last week's 28-13 loss to Mainland Regional. The Greyhounds led 13-7 in the first quarter. The game was called at halftime because of lightning. New Vineland coach Dan Russo is seeking his first win after a 21-7 loss to Buena Regional in the opener.

Ocean City (0-1)

at Buena Regional (1-0)

7 p.m. today (98.7 FM)

Quarterback Eric Rainear ran for two touchdowns in Buena's 21-7 win over Vineland. Ocean City running back Frank Woolley gained 102 yards in a 21-0 loss to Cedar Creek.

Lower Cape May Regional (0-1) at St. Augustine Prep (1-0)

6 p.m. today

St. Augustine sophomore quarterback Jose Tabora threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-14 win over Middle Township last Friday.

American Conference

Atlantic City (0-1)

at Egg Harbor Township (1-0)

7 p.m. today (97.3 FM)

EHT opened with a 27-13 win over Oakcrest as EHT running backs Dante Moore, Darius Ellis and Juwan Moore and quarterback Adam Bynum each scored a touchdown. Atlantic City wide receiver Isaiah Graves caught a touchdown pass in the Vikings' 20-6 loss to Millville.

Mainland Regional (1-0)

at Millville (1-0)

7 p.m. today

Millville is No. 7 in The Press Elite 11. Rob Ennis ran for 195 yards on 33 carries as the Thunderbolts opened with a 20-6 win over Atlantic City. Mainland beat Pleasantville 28-13.

Hammonton (0-1)

at Oakcrest (0-1)

7 p.m. today

Hammonton struggled on offense in a 30-0 loss to Holy Spirit last Friday. Oakcrest running back Terrance Smith ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns in last week's 27-13 loss to EHT.

Interconference

Absegami (0-1)

at Middle Township (0-1)

7 p.m. today (1450 AM)

Both teams come off disappointing season-opening defeats. Absegami lost to St. Joe 48-6, while Middle Township lost to St. Augustine Prep 48-14.

Shore Conference

Barnegat (1-0)

at Manchester (0-1)

7 p.m. today

Barnegat dominated the second half in last week's 37-6 season-opening win over Holmdel. Bengals running back A.J. Opre rushed for 135 yards in the win. Manchester opened with a 51-21 loss to Ocean Township.

Pt. Pleasant Borough (0-1) at Pinelands Regional (0-1)

7 p.m. today

Quarterback Dan MacPhee's 1-yard touchdown run was Pinelands's only score in a 61-7 loss to Lacey Township last Saturday. Pt. Pleasant Borough lost its opener to Monmouth Regional 27-20.

Southern Regional (1-0)

at Toms River South (1-0)

7 p.m. today

Quarterback Logan Sheehan threw three touchdown passes in Southern's 26-6 win over Freehold Township. Tight end Mike Gesicki, one of the state's top college prospects, caught a 26-yard touchdown pass. Toms River South is No. 11 in The Press Elite 11 after beating Central Regional 41-27 last Friday.

Lacey Township (1-0)

at Toms River North (0-1)

7 p.m. Saturday

Lacey is No. 9 in The Press Elite 11. Quarterback Tom Kelly completed 7-of-9 passes for 219 yards and three touchdowns in last Saturday's win over Pinelands. Toms River North opened with a 39-18 loss to Howell.

West Jersey

Football League

Cumberland Regional (1-0)

at Cherry Hill West (1-0)

7 p.m. today

Cumberland won its season opener for the first time since 2001 with a 17-6 victory over Deptford last Friday. Running back De'Han Milledge and quarterback Michael Foytik each ran for a touchdown. Cherry Hill has a short turn around. The Lions beat Paul VI 30-24 Monday.

Riverside (0-1)

at Wildwood (0-1)

7 p.m. today

Both teams seek their first win. Wildwood lost to Clayton 39-0 last Saturday.

Contact Michael McGarry:

609-272-7185

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