Woodstown 27,

Wildwood 0

Running back Wesley Hill led Wildwood with 28 carries for 162 yards and a forced fumble. He has 134 carries for 826 yards and six touchdowns on the season. According to Wildwood officials, Hill could be the first back to rush for 1,000 yards since Joe Kelly and Tylee Thomas in 1999.

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Defensively, Mark Krunkle had 10 tackles and Marchall Howell had eight. Tyler DeGroff had an interception for the Warriors.

LJ Stanford had a 84-yard touchdown run for Woodstown. Quarterback Sean Swift had two touchdowns, an 11-yard run and a 16-yard pass to Nick Rammel. Marcus Johnson also scored with a 52-yard touchdown run.

Woodstown 13 7 7 0- 27

Wildwood 0 0 0 0- 0


WT-Rammel 16 yd pass from Swift (Santiago kick good)

WT-Johnson 52 yd run (kick blocked)


WT-Stanford 84 yd run (Santiago kick good)


WT-Swift 11 yd run (Santiago kick good)

Records-Wildwood 1-6; Woodstown 4-2.


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