The Vineland High School football team got one of its biggest wins in school history last Friday.
This Friday, the Fighting Clan is hoping for one of the biggest upsets in school history.
Fourth-seeded Vineland (4-5) will play at top-seeded Williamstown (10-0) in a South Jersey Group V semifinal 7 p.m. Saturday. Williamstown is No. 1 in The Press Elite 11 ranking.
Vineland won its first playoff game in school history with a 33-0 win over Toms River North. Vineland won without starting quarterback Ryan Shelton, who is out with a broken collarbone.
Wide receiver Tyreem Powell took over at quarterback and ran for three touchdowns. Nahzir Broome also sparked the Vineland running game with 16 carries for 130 yards.
Vineland and Williamstown met in the season opener with Williamstown winning 24-7. That game, however, was tied 7-7 entering the fourth quarter.
Vineland: Tyreem Powell, WR/DB/QB; Isaiah Blakely, RB/DB; Nahzir Broome, RB/LB; Phil Blackwell, LB; Anthony Arthur, RB; Jonathan Toney, RB/DB; Anthony Reyes, TE/DE.
Williamstown: J.C. Collins, QB; Wade Inge, DB/RB; Damonte Campbell, RB/DB; Aaron Lewis, OL/DL; Julian Gravener, LB/RB.