Jada Byers built on his six-touchdown performance from a week ago with 281 yards on 26 carries and five more rushing touchdowns Saturday to carry the Inquirer's No. 1 ranked St. Joseph football team over Millville, 34-6. Byers' touchdown count is up to 11 in two games this season and accounted for all five scores for the Wildcats, with his longest runs coming from 49- and 39-yards out.

St. Joseph High’s Jada Byers slips through Mater Dei defenders to score a 1-yard touchdown in the NonPublic Group 2 championship game at Rowan University December 3, 2017. St. Joseph won the title 30-14.
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St. Joseph High’s Jada Byers slips through Mater Dei defenders to score a 1-yard touchdown in the NonPublic Group 2 championship game at Rowan University December 3, 2017. St. Joseph won the title 30-14.

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Nick Kargman threw for a school-record 456 yards and a South Jersey record of eight touchdown passes as Woodrow Wilson rolled to a 62-6 victory over Camden Catholic. Stanley King had 13 receptions for 233 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers.

Woodrow Wilson’s Nick Kargman in game action against Highland Friday Sept. 8, 2017, in Blackwood Nj. Wilson 26-20.
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Woodrow Wilson’s Nick Kargman in game action against Highland Friday Sept. 8, 2017, in Blackwood Nj. Wilson 26-20.

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Brian Cooey hooked up with Dave Green on an 18-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter that gave Highland a 14-6 triumph over Clearview. Cooey scored on a 5-yard run in the third quarter to give the Tartans a one-point lead.

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Big play of the night: Nick Arcarolli’s 88-yard touchdown pass to Jesse Filkill highlighted a three-touchdown as Cherry Hill West knocked off No. 19 ranked Pennsauken, 23-13. Arcarolli had a rushing score from a yard out and connected with John Ioannucci on a 29-yard strike.

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Elijah Gray's 2-yard rushing touchdown with more than a minute remaining lifted Holy Spirit over Eastern, 30-22. Gray finished the game with 35 carries for 227 yards and three touchdowns. Ryan Yost ended the game going 13-for-22 for 200 yards and a 25-yard touchdown pass to Ahmad Brown.

Holy Spirit’s Elijah Gray (24) dives for the extra yard during the game between Holy Spirit and Delsea at Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, New Jersey on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017.
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Holy Spirit’s Elijah Gray (24) dives for the extra yard during the game between Holy Spirit and Delsea at Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, New Jersey on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017.

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Dashaun Harris racked up 25 carries for 279 yards and four touchdowns as Gloucester Catholic defeated Robbinsville, 47-20. Conor Regan chipped in a 1-yard touchdown run and a 33-yard interception return for the Rams.

Gloucester Catholic running back Dashaun Harris sweeps right and past Wildwood defensive lineman Divad Reyes (51) in the first quarter of a WJFL Classic Division football game Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 at Gloucester City. Gloucester Catholic went on to win, 61-8.
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Gloucester Catholic running back Dashaun Harris sweeps right and past Wildwood defensive lineman Divad Reyes (51) in the first quarter of a WJFL Classic Division football game Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 at Gloucester City. Gloucester Catholic went on to win, 61-8.

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Joe Rubba hauled in two touchdown passes from Geff Giancaterino as Triton beat Cherry Hill East, 18-7.

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AJ Butler and Alex Odom broke off touchdown runs 29- and 16-yards, respectively, to lead Kingway over Washington Township, 16-7.

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Jeffrey Lankford's 5-yard touchdown run and A.J. Radlinger 8-yard touchdown catch from Gavin Callahan in the first half was enough for Gloucester to hang onto a 15-14 victory over Clayton. Dorien DePina had runs of 38- and 31-yards for scores in a losing effort.

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Fred Jefferson and Jayvin Little had two touchdowns apiece in Timber Creek's 28-7 win over Hammonton.

Tyreke Brown piled up 11 carries for 101 yards and four touchdowns as Penns Grove took down Woodstown, 33-0. Nasir Robinson also contributed 121 yards on 16 rushes and a 37-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

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Ken Lim rushed for two touchdowns, including a 52-yard run, and caught another to lead West Deptford over Collingswood, 38-0. Aaron Graeber threw for two touchdowns and ran for another for the Eagles.

Ken Lim (left) of West Deptford runs for a gain in the 1st half against Paulsboro on Nov. 25, 2016. Cherron Quarles of Paulsboro is center.
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Ken Lim (left) of West Deptford runs for a gain in the 1st half against Paulsboro on Nov. 25, 2016. Cherron Quarles of Paulsboro is center.

Jajuan Hays accounted for four total touchdowns in Florence's 47-0 victory over Palmyra. Shane Fajgier tosses two touchdown passes for the Flashes.

Girls' Soccer

Alyssa Palmucci scored the game's lone goal in the first half as Kingsway edged Cinnaminson, 1-0. Stephanie Martelli made two saves for the Dragons.

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Peyton Warrick recorded a goal and an assisted Maggie Londregan's goal to lead Lenape to a 2-0 triumph over Cherokee. Shannon Mulroy stopped two shots for the Indians.

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Jamie DeHaven, Madison Foti, and Amanda Giordano all delivered goals as Williamstown beat Moorestown, 3-0. Gabrielle Krouse had nine saves to preserve the shutout for the Braves.

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Megan Guarente notched a hat trick with help from Alex Lowry and and Gianna Fanfarillo as GCIT downed Clayton, 5-0.

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Sammie Sorensen paced Bishop Eustace with three goals in a 6-0 victory over Camden Catholic. Sara Beidleman, Nikki Dedes, and Cat Laughlin chipped in goals for the Crusaders.

Field Hockey

Dana Bird scored a goal in the first half from Clare Fleming in Haddon Township's 1-0 triumph over Cherry Hill East. Megan Maynes.

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Abby Marthins, Bridget McCormick, and Emily Smart all put home goals as Haddonfield defeated Lenape 3-0. Megan Maynes had five saves for the Bulldogs.

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Catherine Dare led Moorestown with a pair of goals as the Quakers knocked off Williamstown, 4-0. Kayla Frank and Delaney Lawler contributed a goal apiece for the victors.

Boys' Soccer

Jeff Elliot notched two goals as Palmyra took down Pemberton, 5-0.

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Brett Guetens , Jake Logar, and Arturo Serano all tallied a goal as Washinton Township pulled away from Eastern, 3-1.