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Football: Statistical leaders

S.J. FOOTBALL STATISTICAL LEADERS THROUGH FIRST FOUR WEEKS OF THE REGULAR SEASON

Football: Statistical leaders

Corey Clement (left) and Anthony Averett grew up together in Glassboro. (Ron Cortes/Staff File Photo)
Corey Clement (left) and Anthony Averett grew up together in Glassboro. (Ron Cortes/Staff File Photo)

S.J. FOOTBALL STATISTICAL LEADERS THROUGH FIRST FOUR WEEKS OF THE REGULAR SEASON

RUSHING

Wesley Hills Wildwood 83 carries 1062 yards

Calvin Cass, St. Augustine  89 905

Corey Clement Glassboro 69 844

Ray Lawry, Kingsway 65 829

Kahleil Chisolm, Audubon 102 769

Ben Boyer Gloucester 98 582

Tyler Nicolo Maple Shade 95 562

Anthony Averett Woodbury 48 545

John Chamberlin Williamstown 87 544

Rob Ennis Millville 76 517

Gerald Owens, West Deptford 63 509

Jimmy Hickey Holy Cross 74 471

Rashar Gray Woodstown 44 435

Josh Woods Triton 76 422

David Hood Absegami 51 417

Jahmire Van Kline Bordentown 21 412

Marques Little Williamstown 31 407

Fred Morrison Highland 60 404

Daishi Goto Cherry Hill East 78 398

Joe Pawlowski Seneca 43 383

Khalil Howard Sterling 64 372

Emilio Irving Kingsway 37 346

Cody Sampson St. Joseph 62 341

Eric Bundy, Pennsville 56 339

Dylan Cummings Pennsville 63 330

Stefon Bowman, Bridgeton 51 325

Deandre Solomen Schalick 61 316

Tyrone Saud Delsea 45 315

Damon Mitchell Cedar Creek 44 314

PASSING

Tom Flacco Eastern 52 completions 90 attempts 828 yards

Damon Mitchell Cedar Creek 40 66 680

Steve Strobel Maple Shade 33 63 612

Mike Dolan Absegami 43 78 582

Dylan Cummings Pennsville 36 61 563

Andrew Bertolino Shawnee 32 56 552

Malik Muldrew Lindenwold 63 130 542

Tyreek Robinson Moorestown 26 48 541

Logan Hill Holy Cross 44 84 520

Justin McFadden Delran 32 57 517

Rashon Sorrell Millville 33 58 477

Alex Hughes St. Augustine 30 48 475

Zach Berry Palmyra 41 89 470

Dennis Clark Pemberton 28 70 450

Khalil Trotman Burlington Twp. 12 24 450

Dante Pinckney Haddon Hts. 29 44 444

Deyon Edwards Pennsauken 36 73 437

Anthony Giagunto St. Joseph 29 50 381

Colin Fitzpatrick No. Burlington 15 24 370

Jarren McBride Atlantic City 15 22 368

Mike Davis Gloucester Cath. 25 69 367

Connor Bor Bishop Eustace 18 28 357

Brandon Stern Cherry Hill East 18 32 343

Ryan Daniels Burlington City 20 39 337

Josh Awotunde Delsea 14 22 331

Nick Bartolomei Bordentown 17 24 324

Mike McLaughlin Haddonfield 20 46 309

Trevor Osler Cherokee 26 59 300

RECEIVING

Drew Burdsall Pennsville 26 catches 447 yards

Caliph Wright Palmyra 19 336

Eli Woodard Eastern 14 304

DeQuan Bowman Millville 17 279

Kevin Williams Maple Shade 9 269

Junior Ajayi Holy Cross 23 265

Nolan Seward Cedar Creek 10 253

Andrew Cargill No. Burlington 8 243

Zach McHale Shawnee 11 232

Zane Campbell Delran 9 231

Jordan Kelso Bordentown 8 224

Nate Brown Pemberton 9 221

Sidney Ruffin Moorestown 9 215

Dayshawn Reynolds Atlantic City 6 212

Austin Francisco St. Augustine 10 191

Sam Steele Bishop Eustace 9 190

Vinny Vaspolli Burlington City 10 186

Keyshawn Seegers Eastern 10 185

Ka'dar Hollman Burlington Twp. 7 172

Mike Thomas Burlington Twp. 10 175

Bruce Hicks Lindenwold 16 167

Nick DiVito Cherry Hill East 7 153

Jake Powell Cherokee 12 149

Kashif Miller Haddon Heights 6 141

* Phil Anastasia

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Born and raised in South Jersey, Phil Anastasia prefers standing on the sidelines at high school football games on Friday nights to sitting in the press box at Eagles games on Sunday afternoons. He’s a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in English. Reach Phil at panastasia@phillynews.com.

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