The New Jersey state playoffs resumed on Friday and JSZ had its cameras all over the Garden State. Grab your JSZ All-Access Pass to watch all of the action!

Millville 50 Pennsauken 15 | South Group 4 Semifinal

The top-seeded Thunderbolts punched their ticket to the sectional finals for the first time since 2016 with a convincing victory over the fourth-seeded Indians. Senior Nate Robbins became the first player in Millville history to eclipse 2,000 passing yards in a single-season in the victory. Syracuse-commit LeQuint Allen and senior Ti-yon Cephas each added a pair of touchdowns in the win for Millville (9-1). Junior Ejani Shakir scored on a 25-yard pick-six in the loss for Pennsauken (8-3). Millville will host second-seed Ocean City in the South Group 4 final next week.

JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from the Holly City:

Rumson-Fair Haven 34 Burlington Township 0 | Central Group 3 Semifinal

Colin Kennedy had 245 yards of combined offense passing and rushing with three touchdowns and the RFH defense allowed just 20 yards to a Falcons offense that averaged over 35 points per game in a dominating performance. Rumson’s defensive unit has not allowed a first down in its first two playoff games. RFH will host the winner of Manasquan and Woodrow Wilson in the Central Jersey Group 3 championship next week. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Rumson:

Raritan 41 Hillside 34 | Central Group 2 Semifinal

Joe Campanella’s 17-yard touchdown run with :56 left gave the Rockets a shootout win against the Comets. Hillside drove the ball to the 15-yard line looking to force overtime but Raritan made a stop to earn a spot in the Central Jersey Group 2 championship against Haddonfield. JSZ’s Darron Wallace has all the highlights from Hazlet:

Woodstown 24 Shore Regional 19 | South Group 1 Semifinal

James Hill plunged in from 2-yards out with 1:55 left in the 4th quarter to spark the Wolverines to a second-half comeback on the road Woodstown trailed 12-0 in the first quarter and 19-12 at the half. QB Austin Leyman had a 26 yard TD run to get the Wolverines within 19-18 and his 48-yard run set up Hill’s game winner. Woodstown will face the winner of Woodbury and Penns Grove. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from West Long Branch: