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Football: Stat leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Football: Stat leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

Here are South Jersey football's statistical leaders in rushing, passing and receiving yards:

RUSHING YARDS

Lamont Harris St. Augustine 82 752
Rob Ennis Millville 81 722
Ray Lawry Kingsway 73 691
Jimmy Hickey Holy Cross 96 664
Brad Hawthorne Cinnaminson 84 607
Khaleil Chisolm Audubon 70 600
George Kerasinis Clearview 53 562
Ben Boyer Gloucester 101 549
Tyrell Hart Schalick 73 547
Marquan Jones Pennsauken 81 542
David Hood Absegami 71 531
John Harman Palmyra 64 523
Rob Hooks Delsea 89 525
Anthony DiOrio Shawnee 81 518
Fred Morrison Highland 93 518
Jahmire Van Kline Bordentown 59 503
Frank Woolley Ocean City 110 480
Yamire McNeal Middle Twp/ 71 474
Devin Bates West Deptford 30 457
Joe Diaco West Deptford 25 450
Tom Flacco Eastern 58 450
C.J. LaFragola St. Joseph 52 447


PASSING YARDS

Dan Williams Timber Creek 94 150 1,415
Tom Flacco Eastern 67 115 1,185
Dylan Cummings Pennsville 69 89 1,028
Alec Vignola Paul VI 55 86 948
Christian Maiden Washington Twp. 76 133 917
Jose Tabora St. Augustine 49 70 879
Khalil Williams Camden 50 72 746
Tyee White Pennsauken 34 83 622
Brandon Simmons Holy Cross 37 71 618
Donovan Simon Clayton 23 36 606
Rodney Williams Cherry Hill West 46 80 602
Derin Sweeney Highland 29 61 595
Dennis Clark Pemberton 38 56 592
Jamir Prevard Atlantic City 41 69 591


RECEIVING YARDS

Keshawn Segers Eastern 25 582
Adonis Jennings Timber Creek 33 540
Austin Francisco St. Augustine 28 533
Cameron Chambers Timber Creek 25 502
Dae'shon Davis Woodrow Wilson 16 381
Drew Burdsall Pennsville 23 358
Brad Hawkins Camden 17 357
Irvin Charles Paul VI 17 355
Junior Ajayi Holy Cross 15 308
Andrew O'Neill Washington Twp. 22 303
Elijah Rehm Clayton 6 270
Eric Lankeneau Pennsville 17 259
Isaiah Graves Atlantic City 12 259
Sean Chandler Camden 20 246
Kazi Robinson Pennsauken 15 232
Mark Graziano Washington Twp. 20 231
Dwuane Allen Cherry Hill West 17 225
Cinque Hill Eastern 11 223
Jamil Jackson Highland 6 214

-- Coaches or athletic directors should send additions and corrections to panastasia@phillynews.com

 

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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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