Thursday, February 11, 2016

Football: Scoring leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Football: Scoring leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

Here are South Jersey football's leaders in touchdowns, touchdown passes and touchdown catches:


15 -- Lamont Harris, St. Augustine
13 -- Andrew O'Neill, Washington Township

11 -- David Hood, Absegami
10 -- Irvin Charles, Paul VI (pictured); Rob Ennis, Millville; Jahmire Van Kline, Bordentown
9 -- Ray Lawry, Kingsway; Semaj Thomas, Woodstown; Cody Sampson, St. Joseph
8 -- Ben Hunt, Lenape; Tyrell Hart, Schalick; Cappadonna Miller, Bridgeton; Dione Alston Salem; Anthony DiOrio, Shawnee; Tom Flacco, Eastern; Joe Diaco, West Deptford; Adonis Jennings, Timber Creek; Justin Morrison, Kingsway, Ben Boyer, Gloucester
7 -- Gerald Owens, West Deptford; Devin Bates, West Deptford; Rob Hooks, Delsea; Tommy Walters, Bordentown; Isaiah Austin, Timber Creek; Cameron Chambers, Timber Creek; Ahmir Mitchell, Cedar Creek; Tim McConnell, Bishop Eustace; Khaleil Chisolm, Audubon; De'Shaun Burgess, Paulsboro; Salaam Horne, St. Joseph; Khalif Williams, Camden; Taalib Gerald, Holy Spirit; Austin Francisco, St. Augustine; Zyaire Gibson, Sterling


19 -- Dylan Cummings, Pennsville
17 -- Dan Williams, Timber Creek
14 -- Khalil Williams, Camden
13 -- Alec Vignola, Paul VI
12 -- Tom Flacco, Eastern
11 -- Jose Tabora, St. Augustine; Jamir Prevard, Atlantic City
10 -- Tymir Walker, Woodrow Wilson; Donovan Simon, Clayton
9 -- Jordan Sadusky, Rancocas Valley; Ryan Daniels, Burlington City
8 -- Jordan Wallace, Collingswood; Derin Sweeney, Highland; Jon Triboletti, Hammonton


8 -- Dae'shon Davis, Woodrow Wilson
7 -- Irvin Charles, Paul VI; Cameron Chambers, Timber Creek; Austin Francisco, St. Augustine; Adonis Jennings, Timber Creek
6 -- Brad Hawkins, Camden; Alex Padovani, Hammonton
5 -- Sean Chandler, Camden; Drew Burdsall, Pennsville; Elijah Rehm, Clayton; Isaiah Graves, Atlantic City
4 -- Keshawn Segers, Eastern; Eric Lankeneau, Pennsville; Matt Davis, Gloucester Catholic; Kevin Williams, Maple Shade

-- Coaches or athletic directors should contact Phil Anastasia at with additions and corrections


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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

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