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Here's how your favorite South Jersey high school football teams fared in Week 6:

Delsea 58, Woodrow Wilson 14: The Crusaders rumbled out to a 32-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back, shocking the top-ranked Tigers in a rematch of last year's South Jersey Group 3 championship.

Aidan Borguet ripped off three long touchdown runs from 45, 61, 40 yards out. The senior finished with 24 carries for 274 yards.

West Deptford 51, St. Joseph 0:In one of the area’s most lopsided results in recent years between ranked clubs, the No. 15 Eagles (4-2) rolled past the No. 4 Wildcats on Saturday, 51-0.

West Deptford got on the board early with a Tyshawn Bookman fumble recovery and score from 27 yards out. Pittsburgh commit Jason Collier grabbed a 17-yard touchdown catch from Austin Graeber to make it 13-0.

Bookman scored again just before halftime with a 49-yard jaunt. A Ray Seas’ fumble recovery for touchdown came after Graeber’s 55-yard scoring pass to Jake Paratore. TJ Hoyt’s 1-yard plunge, two field goals from Brandon Ratcliff and a 67-yard touchdown pass from backup quarterback Gavin Gismondi to Donovan Stone rounded out the score.

It ended an exhausting week for St. Joe (5-2), who were without 322-game winner coach Paul Sacco for just the second time in 36 years due to a school-issued suspension.

St. Augustine 27, Holy Spirit 14: Senior night for the St. Augustine Prep football team ended up a fourth consecutive win, this time over parochial rival Holy Spirit on Friday night at LaRosa Field. 

The fifth-ranked Hermits (5-2) used big plays to ensure the 27-14 victory.

A blocked punt after the sixth-ranked Spartans' (4-2) first drive set up Prep with good field position. On 4th-and-13, quarterback Chris Allen found Justin Shorter for a 30-yard touchdown strike.

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In a clash between two rivals, St. Augustine defeated visiting Holy Spirit in Richland. The Hermits won the game, 27-14 on Friday, October 12, 2018. Adam Monacelli, Cherry Hill Courier-Post

Isaiah Genera's four-yard touchdown catch on the next set of downs and an E'lijah Gray run made it 8-7 for the road club. It kissed a lead goodbye when 290-pound Isaiah Raikes got in from two yards out in the second period. 

The Hermits never trailed again. Raikes would chug in from nine yards in the fourth and Luke Snyder provided two field goals as well. 

Camden 36, Pennsauken 0: JaJuan Hudson filled up the stat sheet like he’s never done before on Friday night.

The Camden High School senior scored a caught a 23-yard touchdown pass, ran for a 20-yard score and returned an interception to the house during the Panthers’ 36-0 shutout of Pennsauken at Farnham Park.

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It was clear early on Hudson was in for a big night as he took the opening kick 80 yards to pay dirt only to have a holding call take the points off the scoreboard.

“It gives you a little boost,” Hudson said of his fast start. “It shows you what you can do.”

Camden’s other two scores came on Monte Williams’ 22-yard pass to Nicholas Cataldo in the second quarter and Ramer Nock’s 76-yard run late in the third.

Rancocas Valley 30, Vineland 22: Tai Matlock rushed for pair of scores, including the decisive score with just over two minutes to go in regulation, as the Red Devils strengthened their chances for a home playoff game with a win over the visiting Fighting Clan.

Matlock's 96-yard touchdown run gave RV a 22-6 lead in the third quarter, but Vineland rallied to tie the game midway through the fourth quarter with a pair of TDs and two-point conversions.

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Triton 33, Ocean City 23: Triton Regional High School stormed back from an 11-point deficit in the second half to upend Ocean City, 33-23, in a West Jersey Football League inter-division game Friday night.

After Ocean City took a 23-12 lead on a touchdown run by Ian Aungst in the third quarter, Eric Staton, who finished with 178 yards on 20 carries and three touchdowns, answered with a 25-yard TD run for the Mustangs.

Geff Giancaterino scored on a 7-yard run in the fourth quarter to put Triton up, 26-23, and Giancaterino's 34-yard TD pass to Davaunte Payton helped put it away.

A pair of Staton TD runs staked Triton (4-2) to an early 12-0 lead before the Red Raiders scored the next 23 points to surge ahead. Aungst had a pair of TD passes to Brandon Lashley during that scoring burst.

Hammonton 20, Winslow 14:  Kevin Vandever will never be accused of possessing world-class speed. But the Hammonton High School senior will settle for exploiting the element of surprise.

Having spent most of Friday night’s matchup against visiting Winslow Township relegated to a blocking role, Vandever’s ears perked up in the final two minutes of play when his number was called. And it was Vandever’s quarterback brother, Kyle, who delivered a 69-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Kevin as the Blue Devils pulled off a shocking 20-14 triumph in West Jersey Football League action.

“We never run the 11 Thunder play because the coaches think I’m too slow,” Kevin Vandever said. “I faked like I was blocking the linebacker, then went right up the seam. I was nervous when they made the call, but we never run it, so Winslow wasn’t expecting it.”

Hammonton (3-4) rallied with a pair of scores in the final 6 minutes, 51 seconds to secure the win. Earlier in the quarter, sophomore fullback Jaiden Abrams exploded up that same left-side seam for a 60-yard touchdown gallop that closed the deficit to 14-12.

Millville 40, Bridgeton 6: Solomon DeShields returned a blocked punt 42 yards for a touchdown to help spark the Thunderbolts, who improved to 4-3 with their fourth straight win. Eddie Jamison's 37-yard TD pass to Cartier Gray gave Millville a commanding 22-0 lead in the first half.

Deshon Byers closed the scoring on a nifty 51-yard scoring jaunt.

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Buena 42, Clayton 6: Chris Doughty scored on a pair of first-half touchdown runs as Buena rolled up 511 yards of total offense to improve to 4-0 overall. Byron Spellman scored on a 39-yard run and caught a 20-yard TD pass from Luke Santiago, which gave the Chiefs a 35-6 lead in the third quarter.

Dorien Depina returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown for Clayton's lone score.

Williamstown 34, Washington Twp. 3: Wade Inge's 18-yard TD run gave the Braves (7-0) ranked third in the Courier Post's Mean 15, a 21-3 lead at the half as they moved to 7-0 with a win over their traditional Thanksgiving Day rival. J.C. Collins opened the scoring on a 40-yard scoring strike to Damonte Campbell. Campbell finished with three touchdowns, including 44-yard run and a 25-yard TD catch from Collins that finished the scoring.

Anthony Rossi's 26-yard field goal accounted for Township's lone points.

Cinnaminson 39, Holy Cross 14: Quarterback Shawn Ruffin staked the Pirates to a 26-7 halftime lead as he completed 5-of-6 attempts for 154 yards in the first half, capping the first-half scoring on a 1-yard TD run. Rashad Raymond scored on runs of 89 and 6 yards to open the scoring.

Ruffin finished 12-of-14 for 270 yards and two touchdowns.

Robbinsville 28, Bordentown 27: Dan Surtz scored on a short run in the fourth quarter as Robbinsville took a 28-21 lead, Jaden Blanding's 7-yard scoring run brought the Scotties to within a point, but they were stopped on a potential game-winning two-point run that followed the touchdown.

Blanding finish with four touchdowns in the losing cause.

Riverside 28, Pitman 20: Danny Devlin had a 25-yard scoring pass to Nazier Parker and rushed for 146 yards to lead the Rams past the Panthers.

Lenape 39, Camden Catholic 0: The Indians (3-3) jumped out to a 25-0 lead by halftime as they turned back the Irish (0-6). Five different players scored in the win, including Xavier Coleman, who scored on a pair of TD runs. Connor Kennedy added a defensive touchdown on a 22-yard interception return.

Eastern 54, Trenton Central 19: The 10th-ranked Vikings (5-1) jumped out to a 28-6 first-half lead and won their fifth straight game. Andrew Heck started the scoring with a 12-yard TD run and added a 9-yard scoring pass to Jordan Diaz to extended Eastern's lead to 21-0 in the second quarter.

Clearview 41, Cherry Hill West 0: The Pioneers jumped all over the Lions early, building a 35-0 halftime lead. Dean Dvorak had three first-half touchdown runs, including a 25-yarder to put Clearview up 28-0 late in the first half. The Pioneers scored again before the half as they recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and Mike Ancona found Rashann Tompkins for an 16-yard TD pass.

Sterling 23, Willlingboro 21: Rob Wilsey scored on a keeper to put the Silver Knights up 23-13 with just over 11 minutes left to play. The Chimeras pulled to within 23-21 with 2:09 left to play, but Sterling was able to hold on.

Burlington Twp. 41, Allentown 7: Danny Grozozski threw for five touchdowns as the unbeaten and No. 8 Falcons (6-0) soared past Allentown. Grozozski connected with Justin Johnson on a 24-yard TD pass and later found Tyrese Ware from 11 yards out to stake the Falcons to a 14-7 lead at the half.

He found Isaiah Pae for a 64-yard scoring pass on the second play from scrimmage in the second half, and later added scoring passes of 21 yards to Pae and 41 yards to Ware to break it open.

Gloucester Catholic 35, Woodstown 21: After an 0-5 start, the Rams won their first game of the season as Dashaun Harris scored four touchdowns to show the way. After Bob Woodruff scored on a 29-yard run to give Woodstown an early lead, Harris answered with a 65-yard TD run to tie it.

Tyler Husser scored on a short run to give Woodstown its final lead, but Harris answered with a 28-yard scoring pass from Conor Regan and a 24-yard TD run to give the Rams the lead for good. He capped the scoring on a 9-yard run in the fourth quarter.

New Egypt 38, Gloucester 7: Troy Pomykala scored on runs of 30, 1 and 6 yards as the Warriors cruised to an easy win. Bryce Cristman added a pair of TD passes in the win.

Mainland 28, Middle Twp. 17: Joe Massari had a monster game for the Mustangs, who moved to 5-2. Massari scored four touchdowns – two on runs of 14 and 8 yards, and another on a 43-yard pass from Dean Hall. He also returned the opening kickoff of the second half 90 yards for his final touchdown.

R.J. Tozer ran for a score and had a 58-yard scoring pass to Matt Marino for Middle.

Union City 20, Shawnee 7: The Renegades got a fourth-quarter touchdown by Joe Dalsey but that was the only offense they could muster in a non-league contest.

Deptford 21, Florence 7: Khi'on Smith rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown and the Spartans improved to 5-1. Jamir Robinson started the scoring with a 1-yard keeper to give Deptford a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter. Jajuan Hays answered with a 25-yard TD run for the Flashes, but Tyrece Brown's 25-yard scoring run gave Deptford the halftime lead.

Smith helped ice the win with his 13-yard scoring run to cap the opening drive of the second half.

Overbrook 30, Lindenwold 0: David Land rushed for two touchdowns and threw a pass for a third score as the Rams rolled over the visiting Lions.

Seneca 33, Pemberton 12: Mike Jalinski tossed three touchdown passes to Kaden Hastie while Travis Laster ran for a pair of scores to spark the Golden Eagles' win over the host Hornets.

Woodbury 22, Collingswood 16: Andre Parker fired a touchdown pass and scored the decisive score with a fourth-quarter TD run as the Thundering Herd prevailed with a home win over the Panthers.

Gateway 22, Glassboro 6: The Gators improved to 5-0 for the first time since 1984.

Salem 48, Audubon 0: Jamael Bundy threw for four touchdowns on offense and returned two picks for scores on defense to spark the Rams on the road against the Green Wave. Bundy's passing TDs covered 70, 36, 42 and 3 yards. Keith Chung ripped off an 84-yard touchdown run for Salem.

Cedar Creek 40, Oakcrest 14: Junior quarterback Louie Berrios fired three touchdown passes and caught a pass for another score as the Pirates claimed a home win.

No. Burlington 35, Hightstown 7: Michael Caloiaro completed eight passes, but three went for touchdowns during the Greyhounds' win.

In other South Jersey football games:

Egg Harbor Twp. 27, Cherry Hill East 7

Delran 28, Haddon Heights 19

Maple Shade 28, Palmyra 21

Penns Grove 69, Cumberland 16

Moorestown 27, Absegami 0

Lower Cape May 35, Wildwood 0

Pennsville 24, Burlington City 8

New Rochelle (N.Y.) 27, Timber Creek 14

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Vineland defeated Trenton Central at Gittone Stadium on Friday, September 28, 2018. The Fighting Clan play St. Joseph in Hammonton next Saturday. Adam Monacelli, Vineland Daily Journal

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