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Football: New Top 25

By Phil Anastasia

Football: New Top 25

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By Phil Anastasia

1. Holy Spirit (1) 5-0

Senior Franco Rifici was all over the field and kicked a key FG in 16-7 win over Millville. HS has allowed TD or less in 11 of last 16 games. Next: Home vs. LCM (0-5) Friday at 7.

2. Eastern (2) 6-0

Tom Flacco is sixth player from South Jersey-Southeastern Pa. area to pass for 6,000 yards. Huge game this weekend at Cherokee. Next: at No. 5 Cherokee (4-1) Friday at 7.

3. Timber Creek (3) 5-1

Senior QB Dan Williams has 1,700 passing yards with 17 TDs and just 2 INTs. Next: at No. 15 Paul VI (4-1) Friday at 7.

4. St. Joseph (4) 4-1

Senior RB Cody Sampson has 390 rushing yards on just 34 carries. Next: Home vs. No. 22 AC (3-2) Saturday at noon.

5. Cherokee (6) 4-1

The Chiefs have outscored their last two opponents by 76-0. They have allowed 26 points all season. Next: Home vs. No. 2 Eastern (6-0) Friday at 7.

6. West Deptford (7) 5-0

Junior lineman Jake Kull was a road grader in a 35-7 win over Sterling on Friday. Next: Home vs. No. 19 Haddonfield (4-1) Friday at 7.

7. Williamstown (5) 4-2

Shades of 2012: Marques Little and John Chamberlin scored 2 TDs apiece in 30-18 win over Triton. Next: At Lenape (2-3) Friday at 7.

8. Millville (8) 3-2

Junior Rob Ennis has 10 TDs. Next: at EHT (1-4) Friday at 7.

9. Camden (10) 5-0

Junior Khalil Williams has 14 TD passes. Next: at Deptford (1-4) Friday at 7.

10. Kingsway (11) 4-1

Junior Denzell Polk has sparked a defense that has allowed just 34 points in four-game winning streak.

11. Hammonton (12) 4-1

12. St. Augustine (16) 5-0

13. Delsea (17) 4-2

14. Cherry Hill West (18) 4-1

15. Paul VI (20) 4-1

16. Rancocas Valley (9) 3-2

17. Clearview (13) 4-1

18. Sterling (15) 4-1

19. Haddonfield (19) 4-1

20. Woodstown (21) 5-0

21. Burlington Twp. (23) 4-1

22. Atlantic City (NR) 3-2

23. Cinnaminson (24) 5-1

24. Shawnee (14) 3-3

25. Penns Grove (NR) 4-1

Under consideration: Absegami (3-3),  Delran (5-1), NBC (4-1), Pennsville (4-1).

-- Contact Phil Anastasia at 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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