Football: Stat leaders

By Phil Anastasia

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

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RUSHING YARDS
Lamont Harris St. Augustine 141 1,084
Jahmire Van Kline Bordentown 100 945
Jimmy Hickey Holy Cross 139 920
Ray Lawry Kingsway 86 892
David Hood Absegami 112 877
Khaleil Chisolm Audubon 132 872
Rob Ennis Millville 102 827
Tyrell Hart Schalick 99 745
Dione Alston Salem 120 734
Rob Hooks Delsea 120 712
Fred Morrison Highland 129 699
Ben Boyer Gloucester 118 696
Rob DiOrio Shawnee 103 664
Devin Bates West Deptford 52 651
C.J. LaFragola St. Joseph 70 650
George Kerasinis Clearview 66 635
Tommy Walters Bordentown 101 627
Ben Anderson Vineland 61 615
Brad Hawthorne Cinnaminson 84 607


PASSING YARDS
Dan Williams Timber Creek 128 209 1,941
Tom Flacco Eastern 106 174 1,680
Dylan Cummings Pennsville 104 141 1,383
Jose Tabora St. Augustine 77 116 1,357
Alec Vignola Paul VI 74 116 1,206
Khalil Williams Camden 68 110 1,179
Christian Maiden Washington Twp. 85 151 1,032
Donovan Simon Clayton 41 82 931
Tymir Walker Woodrow Wilson 51 104 894
Derin Sweeney Highland 51 90 871
Jamir Prevard Alantic City 58 109 874
Ryan Daniels Burlington City 54 121 854
Dennis Clark Pemberton 55 97 803


RECEIVING YARDS
Adonis Jennings Timber Creek 49 782
Keshawn Segers Eastern 40 762
Austin Francisco St. Augustine 41 761
Dae'shon Davis Woodrow Wilson 27 742
Cameron Chambers Timber Creek 30 615
Brad Hawkins Camden 25 482
Drew Burdsall Pennsville 33 448
Irvin Charles Paul VI 24 446
Eliah Rehm Clayton 10 430
Sean Chandler Camden 26 418
Junior Ajayi Holy Cross 20 358
Andrew O'Neill Washington Twp. 25 366
LaDarrell Dixon Oakcrest 9 333
Cinque Hill Eastern 23 313
Dione Alston Salem 13 319
Eric Lankeneau Pennsville 23 313
Jamil Jackson Highland (pictured) 13 307
Isaiah Graves Atlantic City 17 303

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