Saturday, July 4, 2015

Football: Stat leaders

Football: Stat leaders




Ray Lawry, Kingsway, 37 for 506

Calvin Cass, St. Augustine, 50 for 402

Joe Pawlowski, Seneca, 39 for 363

Rashar Gray, Woodstown, 27 for 359

Wesley Hills, Wildwood, 40 for 356

Jahmire Van Kline, Bordentown, 18 for 331

Jody Ellis, Deptford, 31 for 327

Tyler Nicolo, Maple Shade 59 for 320

Josh Woods, Triton, 47 for 319

Rob Ennis, Millville, 42 for 319

Gerald Owens, West Deptford, 35 for 313

David Hood, Absegami 23 for 295

Ben Boyer, Gloucester, 47 for 285

Khaleil Chisolm, Audubon, 53 for 282

John Chamberlin, Williasmtown, 33 for 265

Tyler Bing, Absegami, 33 for 232

Frank Ziegler, Lower Cape May, 31 for 215

Larry Spann, Gloucester, 12 for 216

Arkemus Baskerville, Lenape, 33 for 187

Anthony Averett, Woodbury, 19 for 185

Marques Little, Williamstown, 14 for 175

Dylan Cummings, Pennsville, 34 for 174

Josh Awotunde, Delsea, 21 for 173


Tyreek Robinson, Moorestown, 18 for 29 for 402

Andrew Bertolino, Shawnee, 21 for 36 for 395

Malik Muldrow, Lindenwold, 42 for 81 for 395

Alex Hughes, St. Augustine, 21 for 34 for 377

Colin Fitzpatrick, Northern Burlington, 15 for 24 for 370

Logan Hill, Holy Cross, 33 for 56 for 374

Jarren McBride, Atlantic City, 15 for 22 for 368

Tom Flacco, Eastern, 21 for 39 for 365

Damon Mitchell, Cedar Creek, 17 for 31 for 348

Dennis Clark, Pemberton, 21 for 51 for 332

Steve Strobel, Maple Shade, 18 for 30 for 319

Zach Berry, Palmyra, 21 for 44 for 268

Rashon Sorrell, Millville, 17 for 27 for 267


Caliph Wright, Palmyra, 11 for 274

Andrew Cargill, Northern Burlington, 8 for 243

Nate Brown, Pemberton, 9 for 221

Dayshawn Reynolds, Atlantic City, 6 for 212

Sidney Ruffin, Moorestown, 7 for 185

Zach McHale, Shawnee, 7 for 180

Junior Ajayi, Holy Cross, 15 for 178

Austin Francisco, St. Augustine, 9 for 170

DeQuan Bowman, Millville 9 for 165

Drew Burdsall, Pennsville, 5 for 140

Bruce Hicks, Lindenwold, 11 for 136

Keyshawn Seegers, Eastern, 7 for 136

Nolan Seward, Cedar Creek, 5 for 134

Karal Akkuda, Maple Shade, 6 for 125

Kevin Williams, Maple Shade 4 for 123

-- Phil Anastasia

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