The only thing stopping the West Deptford offense so far this season is the game clock.
In two weeks, the Eagles have racked up 137 points—including 61 in a shutout of Lindenwold in the home opener Friday night—and there were few signs of things slowing down any time soon.
West Deptford got two 100-yard rushers on the night and got touchdowns from five different players—and that was with the team playing much of the game without lead running back Gerald Owens, who went down with what appeared to be a high ankle sprain on his sixth carry of the night.
Owens' teammates didn't miss a beat in picking up his workload—Devin Bates and Joe Diaco ran for 110 and 132 yards, respectively, scoring four touchdowns between them.
Kevin DeCaesar added eight carry for 76 yards, including three touchdowns, and Shai Mumford grabbed an Isaiah Easterling pass in space and evaded the entire Lindenwold secondary on his way to a 61-yard score.
Cameron Wadding finished out the scoring for West Deptford, scoring a touchdown on one of his two carries. Derek Clement also piled on some yards, racking up 40 on the ground on the night.
The Eagles put up a solid effort on defense on the night, as well, getting interceptions from DeCaesar, Easterling and Nick Pulli.