St. Joe's Kaheem Reynolds (24) runs past Saint Mary's Harvey Rison (2) in the second half of Non-Public Group 1 Championships football game at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, NJ. Saturday, Dec 3, 2011. 

Edward Lea

EWING TOWNSHIP - The St. Joseph High School football team capped one of the most dominant seasons ever by a local team with a state championship Saturday afternoon.

The Wildcats beat St. Mary's of Rutherford 51-0 to win the state Non-Public I title at the College of New Jersey in Mercer County.

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Eli Pogue sparked the Wildcats with 127 rushing yards and three touchdowns. St. Joe running back and defensive back Daryl Smith threw a touchdown pass, caught a touchdown pass and added an interception.

St. Joe outscored its 10 opponents 474-19. The Wildcats did not allow a touchdown in their last 31 quarters.

St. Joe has won three straight state championships and 14 since the state Non-Public playoffs began in 1993.

 

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