Some all-time great South Jersey quarterbacks will be playing on Saturday for a good cause.

David Goree, formerly of Woodrow Wilson, and Kevin Harvey, an ex-Paulsboro all-South Jersey performer, will be dueling quarterbacks in a charity flag-football game.

The game will start at 1 p.m. at Donio Park in Sicklerville.

Proceeds will go toward breast cancer research, said game organizer Joe Shelton.

According to South Jersey historian Chuck Langerman, Harvey, a 1996 graduate of Paulsboro, holds the all-time South Jersey record for scoring, with 656 points, and the record for most career touchdowns, 101.

Goree, a 1996 graduate of Woodrow Wilson, is third in South Jersey history with 63 career touchdown passes.

The charity game will feature players from Winslow Township and Paulsboro. - Marc Narducci