Blitz: Preview capsules

Blitz: Preview capsules

News

Blitz: Preview capsules

By

Delsea (2-1) at Kingsway (2-1)

When: 7 tonight

Where: 201 Kings Highway, Woolwich Township

Coaches: Delsea: Sal Marchese (21st, 157-55-1); Kingsway: Tony Barchuk (33rd year, 188-143-5).

Last week:
Delsea rolled past Deptford, 42-7, for its second straight win. The game was tied briefly, 7-7, but a 13-yard touchdown run by Isaiah Spencer put the machine in motion and the Crusaders never looked back. Spencer finished the game with 64 yards on seven carries with a pair of touchdowns. Rob Rolle had a game-high 125 rushing yards on just five carries, scoring from 24 and 93 yards out. He also found Ron Russell for a 28-yard touchdown pass and catch. … Kingsway cruised past Winslow, 46-12. Winslow is now riding a 13-game losing streak. The victory made it two straight for the Dragons, who have put up at least 46 points in their last two games. Over that span, they have outscored opponents 101-12.

Ocean City (0-3) at St. Augustine (3-0)

When: 6 tonight

Where: Father Stephen LaRosa Field, 211 N. Cedar Avenue, Richland

Coaches: St. Augustine: Mark Reardon (2nd year, 11-2); Ocean City: Kevin Smith (1st year, 0-3).

Last week:
Ocean City fell to Bridgeton, 39-0. Running back Frank Woolley was kept mostly quiet by the Bulldogs’ defense. He finished the game with less than 75 yards on 24 carries. Quarterback Joe Keyes was picked off once, and that was returned for a touchdown. It was the second time this season the Red Raiders have been shut out, and the offense has scored just seven points all year. … St. Augustine beat Vineland, 42-7. The Hermits trailed 7-0 early, but rolled from there. The Prep defense held Vineland to just 91 yards of offense following a 74-yard scoring drive to open the game. Quarterback Jose Tabora found receiver Austin Francisco for a 7-yard touchdown to make it 14-7 and Tabora found tight end Chad Penny for a 42-yard score on the next series. St. Augustine has yet to score fewer than 42 points or allow more than 14 in a game this season.

Cumberland (1-2) at Clearview (2-1)

When: 7 tonight

Where: 625 Breakneck Road, Mullica Hill

Coaches: Cumberland: Tom Lake (8th year, 32-41); Clearview: Mark Deal (4th year, 13-20).

Last week: Cumberland dropped its second straight game, losing to Bishop Eustace at home 10-0. The Colts forced four turnovers on the night, but couldn’t capitalize. Bishop Eustace got out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, then added a late field goal. De’Han Milledge led the team with 73 yards on 12 carries, but the Colts were held to less than 200 yards of total offense in the game. … Clearview beat Pennsauken, 21-12. After holding a 7-6 lead at halftime, the Pioneers weren’t able to shake the Indians. They took a 14-6 lead, but Pennsauken came back to make it 14-12 on a long passing touchdown. Clearview then iced the game with a 12-yard touchdown run by George Kerasinis. The Pioneers’ Joseph Coles had a 35-yard receiving touchdown and a 4-yard rushing score.

Hammonton (2-1) at Bridgeton (3-0)

When: 7 tonight

Where: Jim Hursey Memorial Stadium, 111 N. West Avenue, Bridgeton

Coaches: Hammonton: Pete Lancetta (25th year, 204-58-2); Dave Ellen (14th, 83-75).

Last week: Hammonton scored 41 points for the second straight week and made it two wins in a row with a 41-0 shutout of Egg Harbor Township. The Blue Devils jumped out to a 20-point first quarter lead and never looked back … Bridgeton remained undefeated with a 39-0 win over Ocean City in its first away game of the season. Quasheem Taylor rushed for 123 yards on seven carries with two touchdowns. Quarterback Ronald Williams threw for 131 yards and a touchdown on 8-of-15 passing. He threw for 109 yards in the second half alone. Bridgeton has now outscored opponents 145-15 this season.

Latest

More USA TODAY High School Sports
Home
https://usatodayhss.com/2013/blitz-preview-capsules-17
Blitz: Preview capsules

When: 7 tonight

I found this story on USA TODAY High School Sports and wanted to share it with you: %link% For more high school stories, stats and videos, visit http://usatodayhss.com.