David Williams’ touchdown gave Hammonton an early lead on Wednesday night and the Blue Devils were able to hold on and upset visiting St. Joesph, 14-6, in a nonleague football game.
St. Joseph (8-0) entered as the Inqurier’s top-ranked team in South Jersey. In their last six games, the Wildcats had scored an average of 32.6 points.
The loss snaps St. Joseph’s 28-game winning streak, which dates back to Oct. 9, 2010. In that streak, the Wildcats hadn’t scored less than 14 points.
Hammonton’s Alex Padovani hauled in an eight-yard touchdown pass from Christian Mortellite in the third quarter to put the team ahead 14-0.C.J. LaFragola rushed for a 14-yard touchdown in the third for St. Joseph’s lone score.