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 168 1,209
Ray Lawry Kingsway 133 1,194
Jahmire Van Kline Bordentown 135 1,193
De'Shaun Burgess Paulsboro 111 1,111
Jimmy Hickey Holy Cross 151 1,066
Isaiah Spencer Delsea 84 931
Ryquell Armstead Millville 76 929
Frank Woolley Ocean City 173 922
Khaleil Chisolm Audubon 147 907
David Hood Absegami 124 898
Rob Hooks Delsea 148 897
C.J. LaFragola St. Joseph 104 890
Rob Ennis Millville 120 889
Tyrell Hart Schalick 130 866
John Harman Palmyra 90 856
Stefon Bowman Bridgeton 111 826
Dione Alston Salem 136 816
Ben Boyer Gloucester 153 809
Rob DiOrio Shawnee 130 800


PASSING YARDS
Tom Flacco Eastern 142 227 2,135
Dan Williams Timber Creek 132 213 2,025
Dylan Cummings Pennsville 132 186 1,892
Jose Tabora St. Augustine 106 165 1,811
Christian Maiden Washington Twp. 133 213 1,734
Alec Vignola Paul VI 95 152 1,606
Khalil Williams Camden 92 151 1,557
Malik Muldrow Lindenwold 106 223 1,374
Ryan Daniels Burlington City 76 164 1,198
Tymir Walker Woodrow Wilson 63 129 1,166
Jamir Prevard Atlantic City 72 142 1,113
Dennis Clark Pemberton 71 122 1,109
Kendall Elliott Oakcrest 79 165 1,090
Derin Sweeney Highland 65 118 1,040
Donovan Simon Clayton 44 97 1,004

RECEIVING YARDS
Dae'shon Davis Woodrow Wilson 38 1,048
Austin Francisco St. Augustine 48 945
Keshawn Segers Eastern 47 887
Adonis Jennings (pictured) Timber Creek 53 883
Cameron Chambers Timber Creek 32 669
Drew Burdsall Pennsville 46 674
Andrew O'Neill Washington Twp. 44 612
Brad Hawkins Camden 31 573
Elijah Rehm Clayton 14 559
Irvin Charles Paul VI 30 533
Sean Chandler Camden 33 529
Wade Singletary Burlington City 29 493
LaDarrell Dixon Oakcrest 16 484
Zach Bautz Delran 20 464
Eric Lankeneau Pennsville 27 453
Khaleel Pettey Lindenwold 31 431
Cinque Hill Eastern 24 425

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

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