"He's got incredible vision on the field and is a good, strong runner," Glassboro coach Mark Maccarone said. "He's the total package with everything he brings on the field."
Next up for Clement is Paulsboro's Isaac Redman, who is third in South Jersey history with 5,255 yards. Ocean City's Kevin Sinclair sits atop the list with 5,380 yards in a career that ended in 1996.
Clement is second in South Jersey with 1,242 yards, trailing only Wesley Hills of Wildwood, who picked up 266 yards in a 32-20 win on Friday against Schalick and has 1,536 yards this season.
The two backs made history on Sept. 28. After Hills set a South Jersey record with 452 yards at Maple Shade, Clement ripped off 476 yards at Gloucester to break the short-lived record.
Last season, Clement set a South Jersey record with 2,510 yards.
"The kid's got great work ethic, and he's a team leader," Maccarone said.
"He is very unselfish about his accomplishments and works hard to make the team better."
Glassboro has four regular-season games left.
In other nonleague play:
Woodbury 20, Haddonfield 13 - Cameron Gamble caught a pair of touchdown passes in the third quarter to propel Woodbury to the home win.
After Haddonfield's Mike McLaughlin scored on a 1-yard plunge to give the Bulldogs a one-point lead at halftime, Gamble caught a 25-yard score from Jeray Demby and a 10-yard strike from Anthony Averett to put the Thundering Herd up, 20-7.
McLaughlin found Brian Collins for a 10-yard touchdown to close within seven, but Haddonfield could not tie the game.
Bordentown 47, Maple Shade 15 - Tommy Walters ran for four touchdowns, and Bordentown rolled for the home victory.
Walters broke off touchdown runs of 47, 28, 98, and 8 yards.
Jordan Kelso also delivered a pair of long touchdowns in the first half. Nick Bartolomei found him for a 36-yard score to open the scoring and a 47-yard touchdown to make the score 28-7.
Nottingham 41, Pemberton 0 - Stephen Adams completed three touchdown passes in the first half to lead Nottingham to the win at Pemberton.
Delsea 34, Winslow Township 20 - Josh Awotunde ran for 100 yards and three touchdowns, and Delsea won at Winslow.
Jibril Hines picked up 127 yards and two touchdowns on the ground in a losing effort.
West Deptford 48, Audubon 0 - Gerald Owens scored on both sides of the ball in West Deptford's rout at Audubon.
Owens carried the ball 16 times for 131 yards and three touchdowns on offense and returned a fumble 44 yards for a score on defense.
Rancocas Valley 23, Northern Burlington 21 - Jordan Sadusky's 82-yard touchdown pass to Jabree Kemp sealed host Rancocas Valley's victory.
The Red Devils scored 10 straight points in the fourth quarter to rally.
Elia Palmese drilled a 22-yard field goal to put Rancocas Valley ahead, 16-14, early in the fourth. Sadusky and Kemp then put the Greyhounds away with the 82-yard touchdown.
L.J. Terry completed a 58-yard touchdown pass to Colin Fitzpatrick, but Northern Burlington fell short.
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