Sunday, November 29, 2015

Football: Stat leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Football: Stat leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

Here are South Jersey football's leaders in rushing, passing and receiving yards through the first two weeks of the season:


Lamont Harris St. Augustine 34 374

John Harman Palmyra 37 355

Rob Ennis Millville 46 341

David Hood Absegami 39 332

Brad Hawthorne Cinnaminson 62 292

Kahleil Chisolm Audubon 34 281

Deandre Solomon Schalick 34 376

Frank Woolley Ocean City 59 259

Rob Hooks Delsea 48 256

Gerald Owens West Deptford 16 254

Devin Bates West Deptford 10 249

Jahmire Van Kline Bordentown 25 245

Tyrell Hart Schalick 34 240

Fred Morrison Highland 53 235

Ray Lawry Kingsway 28 234

Anthony DiOrio Shawnee 26 231

Zyaire Gibson Sterling 20 225

Tom Flacco Eastern 25 214

Terrance Smith Oakcrest 36 209

Dante Moore Egg Harbor 34 208

Ryquell Armstead Millville 16 207

Brendan Lee Clearview 25 206


Dan Williams Timber Creek 49-70 785

Tom Flacco Eastern 27-42 492

Alec Vignola Paul VI 30-49 490

Khalil Williams Camden 25-32 426

Jose Tabora St. Augustine 17-28 412

Jamir Prevard Atlantic City 26-37 409

Dylan Cummings Pennsville 21-28 288

Rodney Williams Cherry West 20-34 286

Mike Dolan Absegami 20-41 279

Trevor Osler Cherokee 24-30 276

Tymir Walker Woodrow Wilson 15-26 257

Mike McLaughlin Haddonfield 15-31 238

Tim McConnell Bishop Eustace 20-35 232

Brendan Lee Clearview 7-17 210


Adonis Jennings Timber Creek 23 442

Keshawn Segers Eastern 13 280

Irvin Charles Paul VI 11 280

Brad Hawkins Camden 10 227

Austin Francisco (pictured) St. Augustine 9 212

Cameron Chambers Timber Creek 10 211

Eric Bundy Pennsville 9 179

Daeshon Davis Woodrow Wilson 7 170

Sean Chandler Camden 9 145

Cinque Hill Eastern 5 116

Vinny Papale Bishop Eustace 12 101

-- Coaches or athletic directors should send additions and corrections to


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