The Galloway Renegades won their fourth straight Atlantic County Junior Football League varsity championship with a 48-24 win over Upper Township on Nov. 25.

Galloway rallied from an 8-0 deficit. Raymond Weed had a fine all-around game for Galloway, with a touchdown run, touchdown catch and touchdown pass, as well as an interception. Jaylen Glover ran for two touchdowns, Jamir Smith caught two TD passes and Dylan Simpson threw a pair of TD passes for Galloway. Famah Toure also had a 38-yard TD run to close the scoring. A.J. Silipena made two extra-point kicks.

Upper took an 8-0 lead on a 1-yard TD run by Charley Cassaboone and a two-point kick by Brendan McGonigle in the first quarter. The Indians later scored on a safety, a 5-yard touchdown by Cole Mercado and a fumble recovery in the end zone by T.J. Brown. Michael Constantino, Marlon Leslie and Aiden Fisher also had turnovers for Upper.

The Renegades roster included: A.J. Kern, A.J. Silipena, Jamal Bunch, Christian Glass, Riley Gunnels, Mikey Sears, Dylan Simpson, Dean Jones, Elijah Steward, Shaun Moya, Raymond Weed, Malik Moore-Summers, William Marable, James Fitten, Jaylen Glover, Zion Diaz, Jabril Smith, Aiden Saul, Jamir Smith, Angel Molina, Connor Laughlin, Jayden Torres, Luke Diovannantonio, Jose Molina, Zajon Nellom, Evan Hayes, Baseem Taliaferro, Logan Burns, Jamal Chapman, T.J. Ackerman, Keyshawn Brown, Richard Tucci, Dai'shawn Hathaway, Nasir Haines, Manny Torres, Famah Toure.

The coaches: head coach Ray Marable; Bruce Kern, Bubba Mannery, Steve Wilkins, Craig Dennis, Lavander Jones.

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