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No. 1 St. Joseph falls to Hammonton on Thanksgiving Eve

Hammonton 14, St. Joseph 6

No. 1 St. Joseph falls to Hammonton on Thanksgiving Eve

[/BYCREDIT]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.

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.

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