Annual Hammonton-St. Joe game in jeopardy
An all-time rivalry may be running out of time
St. Joseph High School’s Cody Sampson, right, tries to hold off Hammonton’ Dylan Rosu during last year’s meeting between two of the Cape-Atlantic League’s premier programs. Sampson and Rosu remain key players for their teams heading into today’s game. Sampson, a running back and defensive back, has rushed for 605 yards and 13 touchdowns on 63 carries. Rosu is a linebacker on one of South Jersey’s top defenses.
- Saturday afternoon's game
Who: Hammonton (6-3) vs. St. Joseph (9-1)
When/where: Noon at St. Joseph in Hammonton
Radio: 97.3 FM
Why this game is important: This has been one of the Cape-Atlantic League’s top rivalries since 1962. But this could be the last time the teams meet for awhile because they will be in different leagues in 2014. Hammonton leads the series 27-23-1. St. Joe is ranked No. 2 in The Press Elite 11.
St. Joseph: Salaam Horne, QB/DB, 464 passing yards and 397rushing yards; C.J. LaFragola, RB/LB, 122 carries for 1,076 yards and 12 touchdowns and 60 tackles on defense; Cody Sampson, RB/DB, 63 carries for 605 yards and 13 touchdowns; Chris Carey, SO, DE, 42 tackles — 16 for losses; Chris Snowden, OL/DL, 4.5 sacks; A’Laam Horne, RB, 563 carries for 632 yards.
Hammonton: Alex Padovani, WR/DB/K, seven touchdown catches; Dylan Mento,WR/DB; Jonathan Triboletti, QB; Dylan Rosu, LB; Bob Federico, OL/DL; Nick Carnesale, OL/DL; Brandon Beebe, OL/DL
Posted: Friday, November 29, 2013 11:00 pm
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