South Jersey Football Games of the Week

by Marc Narducci | Nov 20, 2020
South Jersey Football Games of the Week
Besides Friday’s game between Lenape and host Holy Spirit, here are some other top South Jersey football games of the week. After this week, there will be just the Thanksgiving games that will end the season.  
This is the second of the two-week postseason games in South Jersey. While it isn’t technically playoffs, these are called West Jersey Football League pod games. it matches some of the top teams. Here are some of the top games of the week.  
CANCELLED: Camden (3-1) and Ocean City (6-0), 6 p.m. The West Jersey Football League sent out this tweet: "Camden administration will not let them travel to Ocean City for the game Friday. WJFL has been trying to find a neutral site to play the game." Ocean City will now prepare for its final game on Thanksgiving at Pleasantville. 
Williamstown (5-2) at St. Augustine (3-2), 6 p.m. This is a WJFL Bracket C final round. These two teams are very familiar with each other. Even though there were no conferences in this shortened season, last year both were members of the WJFL American Division.  On Oct. 30, St. Augustine scored a 17-16 overtime win over Williamstown. St. Augustine has lost its two games to Millville (22-21) and Holy Spirit (12-7), so the Hermits can be competitive with any team in South Jersey. The Hermits have been idle since their loss to Holy Spirit on Nov. 6. Williamstown is coming off a 14-13 victory over Hammonton in the semifinal. Turner Inge ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Inge is among the top players in South Jersey.  
Paulsboro (6-0) at Salem (5-0), Saturday at 12 p.m. This is the final of the WJFL Bracket D pod. Paulsboro is coming off a 36-0 win over previously unbeaten Haddon Heights. Senior Bhayshul Tuten is among the best running backs in South Jersey. He has rushed for 1,097 yards (10.5 avg.) and 17 touchdowns. He is also a standout in the secondary. Junior quarterback Tyree Thomas has thrown for 543 yards and nine touchdowns. Salem sophomore Jakhi Coates has thrown for 704 yards and eight touchdowns and has run for five touchdowns. Sophomore Amare Smith can take over a game. He has seven sacks. This is a great pairing because these have been the top Group 1 teams in South Jersey.  

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Audubon (6-1) at Gloucester Catholic (2-1), Saturday at 11 a.m.
at Gloucester High. This has been a big year for Audubon, which has won six games for the first time since going 6-3-1 in 1985. Junior quarterback Sean Driscoll has thrown for 1,268 yards and 13 touchdowns. Sophomore running back Gavin Bunt has rushed for 625 yards (6.0 avg.) and five touchdowns. The Green Wave have won five in a row since an 18-15 loss to Cinnaminson. Gloucester Catholic won its first two games over Lindenwold and Overbrook before suffering a 21-7 loss at Paul VI on Saturday. Senior quarterback Brayden Foster directs the Gloucester Catholic attack. While this will be Audubon’s final game, Gloucester Catholic will meet rival Gloucester in a 10:30 a.m. game on Thanksgiving. 

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Author: Marc Narducci


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