After two games, Kingsway junior Ray Lawry has taken over the lead in rushing yards in South Jersey and established himself as an athlete to watch.
The 5-9, 190-pound Lawry has 522 yards and six touchdowns in two games. That's an average of 261 yards per game -- a pace that would break Corey Clement's year-old South Jersey single-season rushing record after 10 games.
OK, Lawry isn't likely to maintain that pace. But he's certainly off to a sensational start.
Lawry ran 22 times for 309 yards and four TDs in a 39-0 victory over Deptford on Friday night. He scored on runs of 80, 8, 86 and 57 yards against a defense that had pitched a shutout the previous week against Cumberland.