South Jersey High School Football Thanksgiving Week Roundup

Audubon 40, Haddon Township 20

Bordentown 30, New Egypt 0: Kerry Nicholas ran for 204 yards and a six-yard touchdown as the Scotties finished the season with a 10-1 record. Michael Poinsett and Elijah Dean added rushing TDs. Dennis Morolda connected with Shane Griffin for the passing TD and Eliot Robinson had a field goal in the win.

Adam Harris had 98 yards on 10 carries for the Warriors.

Clayton 14, Pitman 8: Bobby Corsey threw touchdown passes of 36 yards to Kameron Miller and 10 yards to Ian Gannon as the Clippers scored all the points they needed in the second quarter. Charlie Spaeth scored on a one-yard run to cut the Panthers' deficit to six points before halftime but neither team added the their totals after the break.

Florence 49, Riverside 0: Jaden Ricketts and Wade Andre had two touchdown runs each as the flashes rolled in their rivalry game. Noel Nabors pulled in a 27-yard pass from Jake Fajgier. Jamiel Horne and Damian Ricketts also scored on the ground.

Gloucester 56, Gloucester Catholic 0: Steven Burkhardt ran nine times for 170 yards and four touchdowns as the Lions rolled to their ninth win. Adrian Delgado and Ibyn Obey added TD runs. Mason Wildman returned a punt and Kevin Mateo returned a fumble for Gloucester TDs.

Haddon Heights 36, Haddonfield 13: Ryan DiOrio threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another as the Garnets prevailed in come-from-behind fashion. Jackson Ferrante added a pair of TD runs. Jayden Trace and Malachi Terrell had the TD receptions.

Holy Spirt 49, Atlantic City 8: Trevor Cohen threw five touchdown passes, including three to Elijah Steward, as the Spartans closed out their season with a win. Sean burns and Michael Francisco also contributed to the air show. Jordan Bartlett added a TD run and Michael Innocente ended the scoring with a fumble recovery in the end zone.

Millville 47, Vineland 0

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Ocean City 34, Pleasantville 14: Riley Gunnels added two more passing TDs to his resume, one to Charley Gray and the other to Mike Gray. Sean Mazzitelli added a pair of rushing touchdowns and John Moyer returned the second half kickoff 80 yards to cap off the 12th win of the Ocean City season.

Paul VI 35, Camden Catholic 0

Shawnee 35, Lenape 21

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Woodrow Wilson 28, Camden 12

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Woodbury 34, Gateway 7: Dominic Abbatelli scored twice as the Herd improved to 12-0 ahead of their South Regional Championship game next week against Salem. Bryan Johnson contributed ta pair of TD passes, to Abbatelli and Marquis Taylor in the win. Theodore Lockhart opened the scoring with a TD run. Jabron Solomon added a late 61-yard punt return score in the win.

Woodstown 20, Salem 14: James Hill had a pair of touchdown runs as the Wolverines closed out their season with a win. Austin Leyman put the Woodies on the scoreboard with a 13-yard second quarter run.

Jessiah Gildersleeve scored on a five-yard run and Jasir Thompson returned an interception 25 yards to stake the Rams to a 14-0 first-quarter lead.

The Rams will close out the season at Rutgers next Saturday for the South Regional Championship.

Wednesday, Nov. 24

Kingsway 24, Clearview 6

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Middle Township 21, Lower Cape May 8: David Giulian scored twice on the ground and threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Mike Zarfati as the Panthers closed out the season with a win. Guilian finished with 28 carries for 177 yards and Remi Rodriguez added 100 yards on 17 carries in the win.

Marcus Hebron spoiled the shutout with a nine-yard TD run for the Caper Tigers.

Palmyra 25, Burlington City 20

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Rancocas Valley 35, Pemberton 16

St. Joseph 29, Winslow 6: Cohl and Ty Mercado helped the wildcats close out the season with a win on short rushing TDs. Kevin Mayfield put the 'Cats in the lead for good with a two-yard, second-quarter TD. Trevin DelGozzo opened the scoring with a 30-yard field goal. Nasir Mahmoud added a fourth-quarter punt return touchdown in the win.

Hamas Duren put the Eagles in the lead with a one-yard rushing touchdown before the Central Jersey Group 4 champions pulled their starters in preparation for next weekend's South Regional Championship Game against Millville.

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