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JEROME BY DAVE WOLFE | CNBNewsnet

Long Weekend for Local Football

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_DSC3033Both the Gloucester Lions and Gloucester Catholic Rams football teams suffered big defeats. Both teams went on the road and were beaten by a total of 74 points. 

The previously unbeaten Rams (5 - 1) visited Woodstown on Friday evening.  The local Rams lost 32-0 to the Woodies who improved to 3 - 3 behind the Woodies Qb Cody Wolf's 3 touchdowns, passing for 2 while returning an interception for a TD.

The Lions waited until Saturday to be beaten by host Burlington City 42 -0 behind 26 points by City's Jimmy Brown.

Despite the losses both the Rams and Lions are sill in the thick of  the Championship hunt. The Rams remain tied with Schalick for the division lead with the Lions one game behind the leaders.

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