Friday, July 31, 2015

West Deptford Wins 40-14

Sophomore Gerald Towns rushed for 152 yards and three TDs on 22 carries to lead West Deptford to a 40-14 win over Paulsboro in an interdivisional Colonial Conference game.

West Deptford Wins 40-14

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Sophomore Gerald Towns rushed for 152 yards and three TDs on 22 carries to lead West Deptford to a 40-14 win over Paulsboro in an interdivisional Colonial Conference game.

West Deptford (10-1) will meet Haddonfield in the South Jersey Group 2 final, 1 p.m. on Dec. 3 at Rowan University. Paulsboro finished its season 7-3.

Towns scored three 1-yard runs in the first quarter. Josh Cronelius added a 1-yard run for a 27-0 lead. 

Paulsboro's Dimere Turner scored on a 26-yard run for the Red Raiders in the second quarter.

In the the third quarter T.J. Harcum caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Jake Hannan to increase the West Deptford lead.

West Deptford's Aaron Bundy added a 2-yard scoring run with 5:43 left in the game.

Paulsboro ended the scoring on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Zack Funk to Donald Childress.

West Deptford 21 6 6 7 - 40

Paulsboro 7 0 0 7 - 14

W: Gerald Towns 1 run (Josh Cornelius kick)

W: Towns 1 run (Cornelius kick)

W: Towns 1 run (Cornelius kick)

W: Cornelius 1 run (kick failed)

P: Dimere Turner 26 run (Mike Maccarone kick)

W: T.J. Harcum 24 pass from Jake Hannan (kick failed)

W: Aaron Bundy 2 run (Cornelius kick)

P: Donald Childress 30 pass from Zack Funk (Maccarone kick)

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