Friday, November 27, 2015

Glassboro Wins Group 1 Again

Corey Clement was dominant on both sides of the ball in leading Glassboro to its fourth sectional title in the last five years.

Glassboro Wins Group 1 Again

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Corey Clement (6) gained 238 yards and scored 4 TDs for Glassboro (Marc Narducci/Staff)

Corey Clement was dominant on both sides of the ball in leading Glassboro to its fourth sectional title in the last five years.

Clement rushed for 238 yards and four touchdowns on 32 carries and added three sacks from his defensive end position as the Bulldogs beat Pennsville, 41-13 in the South Jersey Group 1 championship at Rowan University.

The win avenged a regular season 55-35 loss to Pennsville.

Glassboro scored all its points in the first and third quarters. The Bulldogs took a 28-13 lead in the first quarter and added two touchdowns in the third quarter.

Both teams finished the season 10-2.

Glassboro 28 0 13 0 - 41

Pennsville 13 0 0 0 - 13

P:  Ryan Hawthorne 64 punt return (kick failed)

G: Corey Clement 49 run (Clement kick)

G: Corey Clement 10 run (Clement kick)

G: Jwan Johnson 96 interception return (Clement kick)

G: Clement 44 run (Clement kick)

P: Monty Krough 4 pass from Dylan Cummings (Taylor Henze kick)

G: Antoine Alicea 28 interception return (Clement kick)

G: Clement 5 run (kick failed)

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