South Jersey football scoring leaders: Jada Byers of St. Joseph leads with 20 touchdowns
Stanley King of Woodrow Wilson set the pace as well with 10 touchdown catches.
Here are South Jersey football's scoring leaders through games of Oct. 6:
20 – Jada Byers, St. Joseph.
15 – Tyreke Brown, Penns Grove.
12 – Nahzir Russell, Pennsauken; R.J. Moten, Delran; Rashad Raymond, Cinnaminson.
11 – Johnny Martin, Highland.
10 – T.J. Franden, Eastern; Stanley King, Woodrow Wilson; Chris Doughty, Buena.
9 – Rameer Nock, Camden; Dorien Depina, Clayton; Mohamed Toure, Pleasantville.
8 – J.C. Collins, Williamstown; Wade Inge, Williamstown; DeShaun Harris, Gloucester Catholic; Mike Suarez, Eastern; Kaden Hastie, Seneca.
7 – Jamar Johnson, Penns Grove; Jaylen DeCoteau, St. Augustine; Tyhere Dowd, Paulsboro; Ja'Yon Mejias, Salem.
29 – Nick Kargman, Woodrow Wilson.
17 – Jamael Bundy, Salem.
16 – Dan Grozozski, Burlington Twp.
14 – Prince-Dru Bey, Winslow Twp.
13 – Malin Jasinski, Seneca.
12 – Ryan Yost, Holy Spirit.
11 – Jay Foley, Haddonfield.
10 – Andrew Heck, Eastern; Eddie Jamison, Millville.
10 – Stanley King, Woodrow Wilson.
8 – Kaden Hastie, Seneca.
7 – Ja'Yon Mejias, Salem; Isaiah Pae, Burlington Twp.
6 – Naiem Simmons, Woodrow Wilson; Jaylen DeCoteau, St. Augustine; D.J. Woodbury, Burlington City.
5 – Kyle Yancey, Millville; Dante Kiett, Eastern; Brandon Lashley, Ocean City; Ahmad Brown, Holy Spirit; Tyrese Ware, Burlington Twp.; Jaylen Brown, Winslow Twp.; Isaiah Lewis, Winslow Twp.
4 – Tyreke Brown, Penns Grove; Elijah Glover, Pleasantville; Fadil Diggs, Woodrow Wilson; Nasir Murray, Willingboro; Johnny Ioannucci, Cherry Hill West; Drew Gavranich, Haddonfield; Jayvin Little, Timber Creek; Darrien Tabb, Pennsauken; Corey Palmer, Camden.
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