The Millville High School football team won two games at home to reach the South Jersey Group IV final last season.
To play for a South Jersey title this year, the Thunderbolts will have to win on the road.
In Williamstown, Millville faces an undefeated team ranked No. 2 in The Press Elite 11.
The Thunderbolts have the talent and speed to produce an upset. Sophomore running back Rob Ennis, quarterback Rashon Sorrell and wide receiver DeQuan Bowman are among the region's best skill position players.
Defensive tackle Antoine White and the rest of the Millville defense should also be familiar with Williamstown's Wing-T offense. Millville qualified for the playoffs with a 20-14 win Nov. 7 over Hammonton, which also runs the Wing-T.
Key players for Millville: Antoine White, OL/DL; Ed Shockley, LB; Rob Ennis (above No. 23), RB, 177 carries for 1,284 yards; DeQuan Bowman, WR, 18 catches for 328 yards; Rashon Sorrell, QB, 52-of-108 for 814 yards and eight touchdowns.
Key players for Williamstown: John Chamberlin, RB, 148 carries for 816 yards and 16 touchdowns; Marques Little, RB, 63 carries for 639 yards and 10 touchdowns; Doug Banks, QB, 29-of-45 for 528 yards and seven touchdowns; Derek Lauria, LB, 94 tackles; Julian Taylor, DE, seven sacks.
Keys to victory: Millville needs to slow Williamstown's running game and force the Braves into passing situations. On offense, the Thunderbolts' skill position players have to continue to make the big plays they've made all season.
Who: Eight-seeded Millville (5-3) at top-seeded Williamstown (8-0)
What/where: 7 p.m. today at Williamstown
Radio: 1440 AM
What's next: The winner advances to the semifinals on the weekend of Nov. 30-Dec. 1 against the winner of tonight's quarterfinal between fifth-seeded Absegami (5-3) and fourth-seeded Atlantic City (6-2)