Sunday, February 7, 2016

Football: S.J. Scoring Leaders

Delsea senior running back Austin Medley leads South Jersey in touchdowns with nine.

Football: S.J. Scoring Leaders

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Delsea senior running back Austin Medley leads South Jersey in touchdowns with nine.

Medley ran for 290 yards and scored five TDs in the Crusaders' 56-15 victory over Gloucester Catholic Saturday.

Washington Township junior quarterback Nick Valori leads South Jersey with nine touchdown passes. Valori threw for five in the Minutemen's 41-3 victory over Rancocas Valley on Friday night.

Washington Township's Robert Dim leads South Jersey with four touchdown receptions.

The full list of scoring leaders will run in Friday's editions of The Inquirer. Here's a partial list:

TOUCHDOWNS

Austin Medley, Delsea 9

James Kenner, Paul VI 8

Nigel Jones, Holy Spirit 7

Jimmy Owens, West Deptford 7

Steve Kumpf, Gloucester 7

James Monroe, Pemberton 6

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

Nick Valori, Washington Twp. 9

Jordan Raynor, Pemberton 6

Ken Emmons, Pennsville 6

Klaalig Burroughs, Paul VI 5

Cody Brown, Gloucester Catholic 5

Dustin Thomas, St. Augustine 5

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS

Robert Dim, Washington Twp. 4

Adam Marcucci, Washington Twp. 3

Tim Segich, Gloucester Catholic 3

Corey Reeder, Pemberton 3

 

-- Phil Anastasia

 

 

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