Bishop Eustace Crusaders
Players to watch: Several promising returners are back to lead Bishop Eustace, including senior running back Austin Basso, who will be a threat as a runner and receiver out of the backfield. Senior Donovan Porteons will also be a workhorse at running back and freshman Mekhi Simmons will be expected to spell both and compete for carries. Sophomore Matt Kraft and junior Anthony Lauletta are talented athletes battling for the starting quarterback job, and both can help at multiple positions other than QB. Seniors Jacob Reilly and Mike Hamilton, juniors Jackson Beidleman and Dominic DiBlasio and sophomore Shawn Brady, along with a few other underclassmen, give the Crusaders versatility on the offensive and defensive lines, which look to be the strength of the team. Beidlemann and junior Jacob Mohr are key players on defense at defensive end and linebacker, respectively. Basso also contributes at safety.
Outlook: The Crusaders were more competitive last year than their 1-7 record indicated and hope to pull out a few more wins this fall under new head coach Chris Pollard.
Camden Catholic Fighting Irish
Players to watch: Running back Marques Hicks broke out in a big way last year as a sophomore and it will be exciting to see what he can accomplish as a junior. He ran for almost 1,100 yards in just six games, averaged over 8 yards per carry and scored seven touchdowns. Hicks has been making the rounds at camps during the offseason and is generating recruiting buzz. But he is far from the only weapon on Camden Catholic’s offense. Junior Kevin Burr, a transfer from Rancocas Valley, will look to take over as the starting quarterback, while senior athlete Jurius Clark will contribute at multiple positions. Senior Billy McCleery, last year’s starter at quarterback, will move to tight end and senior Shawn Cullen, a transfer from Winslow Township, is an impact player at wide receiver. Senior Nick Johnson is an anchor on the offensive line and other key players up front are juniors Abdul Azizsmith and Malachi Wood. The defense is led by a pair of standouts at end: junior Jonathan Graham (five sacks) and Kye Pressley (27 tackles). Johnson is another top player on the line and senior Dan Dever led the team in tackles at linebacker. Senior Taylor Megee and sophomore John Smith are other linebackers to keep an eye on and Clark is also a playmaker on defense. The secondary is strong with juniors George Inge and Andrew Crawford at corner.
Outlook: One of South Jersey’s best teams in the not-so-distant past, Camden Catholic went through a few rebuilding seasons but started to turn the corner by posting a 3-3 record last fall. It would not be surprising to see the progress continue in 2021 and for the Irish to post their first winning season since 2017.
Players to watch: Cherokee graduated a stellar senior class from one of the best teams in the area but a strong core still remains. Leading the way is junior running back Brandon “Bam” Boria, who averaged 8.7 yards per carry, totaled almost 900 yards on the ground and scored 14 touchdowns as a sophomore. Boria’s experience will be crucial as sophomore Ryan Bender looks to replace standout Billy Osborn as the starting quarterback. The Chiefs also saw an outstanding offensive line move on and how they fill those holes will go a long way in determining how successful they can be. Senior Aidan Geisenheimer is a top player up front, while others looking to contribute are senior Thomas Nigro and junior Dom DeChurch. Nigro is a difference-maker at defensive end who recorded 29 tackles and 5.5 sacks last year. Senior linebacker Mike Muckensturm was second on the team with 49 tackles and is another key defensive player. Senior Billy Westerby and junior Roman Dougherty are experienced linebackers, DeChurch will be a factor on the line and junior safety Sean Cole leads the secondary.
Outlook: Two years after a 1-8 rebuilding season, the Chiefs put together a memorable 2020 campaign. They posted a 5-2 record—with the losses combing by a combined four points—and finished as the No. 13 team in the state. Although there are clearly important players to replace on both sides of the ball, one of the longstanding powers in South Jersey appears to have found its footing again.
Cherry Hill East Cougars
Players to watch: Cherry Hill East has several important positions to fill, including quarterback, but the good news is that the Cougars have some potential playmakers ready to lead the way. That group includes senior running back Damian Frasier and junior running back Maurice Sample, a promising newcomer, along with senior wide receiver Mark Hendri and junior wide receiver Rome Ciocco. Senior Kelvin Parris returns at fullback and experienced tight ends are seniors Trevor Morrow and Tim Ackerman. Junior Ethan Haddock and sophomore Ben Cohen will battle for the starting quarterback nod, while seniors Andrew Naylor, Max Becker and Richie Walker are important players on the offensive line. Parris is a leader on the other side of the ball at defensive end and Ackerman is a returning linebacker. Walker, Naylor and junior Andrew Watson are veterans on the defensive line and other linebackers looking to make an impact are seniors Gabe Oppen and Gabe Cohen. Hendri returns as a veteran in the defensive backfield. Haddock and Ciocco will also see time in the secondary, Sample will contribute on the defensive line and Cohen is an up-and-coming linebacker. Youth is definitely on the Cougars’ side, and other players to keep an eye on are sophomores Brian Cotter (TE/LB) and Michael Schulke (WR/LB) and freshman Jaxson Bowman (TE/DL).
Outlook: Coming off a 1-5 season in 2020, the Cougars have some different opponents on the schedule this fall and have an opportunity to make significant progress.
Cherry Hill West Lions
Players to watch: Cherry Hill West has a hole at quarterback after the graduation of three-year starter Nick Arcaroli. Whoever wins the job will lean on playmakers like Makhi Thompson, a newcomer in 2020 who posted a dynamic junior season on both sides of the ball and will look to build upon that as a senior. This year’s newcomer to watch is senior running back Dhante Johnson, a transfer from Cherokee. Seniors Jayden Cosme and Louis Ragsdale will look to add to the offense at tight end and slot receiver, respectively. Senior tackle Dan Lozano is a linchpin on the offensive line at tackle and junior Jordan Mendoza is another valuable piece in the trenches. Lozano and Mendoza are also key players on the defensive line and Cosme is a top linebacker. Thompson and Ragsdale return to lead a secondary in which they combined for 11 interceptions in 2020.
Outlook: The Lions’ first season under coach Justin Arabia was a big success, as they posted a 5-1 record. They need new leaders to emerge but the program has been consistent over the years and should remain competitive.
Players to watch: Clearview was one of the teams hit hardest by COVID-19 last year and was limited to three games, so the Pioneers are as excited as anyone to have a full season in 2021. Leading the way is senior Aiden McCullough, a top player on both sides of the ball. On offense, the fullback will be one of Clearview’s workhorses out of the backfield, and his veteran presence will be important with the Pioneers breaking in a new starting quarterback. Senior Quinn O’Mara appears ready to take over the job. Senior Forrest Love is a main target at tight end and experienced wide receivers are seniors Jonathan Dougherty and Matt Murphy. Seniors Bobby Counsellor and Ryan Visalli and junior Vincenzo Gramaglia are other returning running backs and the offensive line brings back two stalwarts in senior John McCargo and junior Nick Oliveira. McCullough was among the team’s leading tacklers at linebacker and other defensive standouts are Love and McCargo on the line. Oliveira contributes at defensive tackle and important players in the secondary are Counsellor, Murphy and Visalli.
Outlook: After going 1-2 last year, the Pioneers are happy to be returning to a full schedule even though it is a challenging one. They hope their dedication in the offseason pays off with a competitive 2021.
Players to watch: Eastern has a new look this year after the departure of several talented players and a coaching change. Although the Vikings must break in a new starting quarterback—juniors Walt Clymer, Cain Joynes and Kasyn DiMartino are candidates—senior wide receiver Aaron Brooks will make the adjustment easier for whoever earns the job. He had 14 catches for 262 yards and three touchdowns in just five games last year. Seniors Braden Travaglini, Solomon Cummings and Jasiah Davis are other playmakers in the passing game and sophomore wide receiver Malachi James is expected to have a major impact as well. Travaglini could also get carries out of the backfield, while junior Jashad Kersey and sophomores John Brennan and Izzy Hernandez are other running backs in the mix. Juniors Quoy Rainey and Shamir Boyd and senior Naquil Betrand will help keep the new QB upright and pave holes for the running backs, and all three will also contribute on the defensive line. Junior Aidan Clark is a returning starter on the D-line and is looking to emerge as a force, and the linebacking corps is solid with junior Silas Davis leading a unit that includes Brennan and Hernandez. Senior Mikkel Miller is a standout cornerback and Kersey is another returning starter in the defensive backfield. Brooks, Cummings, James and Jasiah Davis will see time in the secondary too. Sophomore kicker Skyler Sholder connected on 11-of-12 extra points and his lone field goal attempt as a rookie.
Outlook: The Vikings went 1-4 last year in their fourth and final season under coach John Doherty. He was replaced by longtime assistant Lionel Bolen, who coached the secondary. Bolen, a former standout at Rancocas Valley who went on to play at Notre Dame, is looking to establish a winning culture in the program.
Gloucester Catholic Rams
Players to watch: Gloucester Catholic has some big positions to fill on offense after the graduation of starting quarterback Brayden Foster and workhorse running back Ben Watkis. Seniors Billy Viereck and Zach Enley are two of the candidates out of the backfield and could be ready for a featured role. Freshman Troy Walker and sophomore Kaleb Eller will battle for the starting quarterback position, and whoever wins the job will have an athletic playmaker to work with in senior Hunter Parks. Junior Dyheim Watson is expected to have a huge year on the offensive line and senior Dom McDermott is another important piece up front. Senior Jeremy Hagan and junior RJ Mustaro are other contributors on offense at running back and wide receiver, respectively. Junior Mike Petito is the leader of the defense at linebacker, while Watson and McDermott shine at defensive tackle. Hagan is another veteran at linebacker and returners in the secondary are Mustaro, Viereck and Parks.
Outlook: The Rams went 2-3 last fall while dealing with stoppages due to COVID. A more stable season should be reflected in their record as they look to post their first winning season since 2017.
Players to watch: Carson Wolff seized the starting quarterback job last year as a junior and made plays with both his arm and his legs. He will again be a key piece of the offense whether he stays at quarterback or moves to running back or wide receiver. Coach Frank DeLano may have that luxury thanks to Declan McCarthy, a big-armed sophomore who could be ready to run the team. Haddonfield graduated its leading rusher but has several running backs capable of carrying the load, including senior Bobby Hahn and sophomore Charlie Klaus. Juniors Johnny Mink and Chris Clax are experienced fullbacks and senior Justin Rhyne hopes to earn time at tight end. Senior wide receiver Dante DelDuca and junior wide receiver Carl Forebaugh will stay ready for when their numbers are called in the passing game. Senior Brett Agnew leads a veteran offensive line that brings back starters Andrew Carroll, a senior, and Drew Washburn, a junior, with senior Owen Breen adding depth. Hahn and Mink were the team’s leading tacklers at linebacker last year, while Agnew, Carroll and Washburn return on the defensive line. DelDuca and Wolff are key pieces of the secondary along with Forebaugh. Senior Jack Cutter is a talented kicker who made all 11 of his extra points and 3-of-4 field goal attempts.
Outlook: Despite fielding a young squad in 2020, the Bulldawgs still were competitive in almost every game and finished with a 3-2 record. It would not be surprising to see them take a significant leap this year.
Players to watch: Senior captain Elias Collins was injured during an evaluation camp at Rutgers in June and will miss the season, so Kingsway will turn to juniors Darrell Brown and Nate Maiers for some explosiveness out of the backfield. Brown can make things happen as a runner and a receiver and will be a workhorse for the Dragons. Maiers had three touchdown receptions as a sophomore but could be in the mix to take over as the No. 1 quarterback following the graduation of his older brother Ben, last year’s starter. Junior Jake Mason and sophomore Joe Lyons will also vie for the job. Junior DJ DiPietro is another experienced running back and sophomore Luke Van Brill will look to contribute at tight end. The Dragons graduated the core of their offensive line and will be counting on players like senior Nolan Jess, a Navy commit for swimming. Senior tackle Jake Kupsey will also be a top player up front along with senior Ian Bucs and sophomore Carter Williams. Senior Nick Tanzola, a three-sport athlete at Kingsway, returns as the starting kicker. The strength of the defense is in the secondary with Maiers returning at safety and Brown at cornerback. Mason, senior Elijah Lane and junior Reilly Robichaud are expected to be contributors on D as well. Kingsway always seems to turn out terrific linebackers and DiPietro could be ready for a big season. Kupsey plays defensive end and other returners on the D-line are juniors Kani Hudson and Demetrius Ransom.
Outlook: The Dragons went 3-2 last fall, continuing a solid run for the program in recent years. They are young but will look to remain competitive in 2021.
Players to watch: Lenape will have a much different look after graduating an outstanding senior class, but the Indians will try to reload around a new core. Senior running back Kobi Ray-Reed should be a focal point of the offense after averaging 6 yards per carry, hauling in 16 catches and scoring three touchdowns as a junior. Senior Kylier Lightfoot, who saw time at wide receiver last year, will take over under center following the graduation of three-year starter Brady Long. In addition to Ray-Reed, senior wide receiver Brayden Dixon is another dynamic weapon who will contribute in multiple ways. Junior Javier Best is a talented receiver, while senior Ethan Poludniak and sophomore Matthew Walters are tight ends who could have an impact. Juniors Cole Galvao and Karie Council are other running backs to keep an eye on. Junior Matt Nasielski is a key offensive lineman who will have help from seniors Nick Rosati, Will McLeer, James Fleckenstein, Kevin Langlois and Mirac Kumas and juniors AJ Gola and Adrian Hernandez. Lenape also has one of the best kickers in the area in senior Dylan Shank, whose highlight last year was a 48-yard field goal to beat rival Cherokee. Defensively, Poludniak recorded 40 tackles and two sacks last year at end and will be a top player. Ray-Reed is another important returner who can play safety and linebacker. Council (linebacker) and Walters (defensive end) will also look to earn jobs and Best will contribute in the secondary.
Outlook: The Indians overcame two shutdowns due to COVID-19 last year to reach the South Jersey title game and finish with a 5-2 record. It will be interesting to see if they can continue to play at a high level with a different nucleus.
Players to watch: Moorestown brings back a solid core that includes senior running back/wide receiver Moe Airall and senior running back Zion Williams. Junior Kaden Davis is a returning running back, while sophomore wide receivers Leo Hinshillwood and Rece Englehart are targets in the passing game. Senior Greg Giannone is back at at tight end and the offensive line is led by senior Max McGinley, a three-year starter at tackle. Senior John Pryor, juniors Alexei Holzberg, Mikail Richardson and sophomore Chris Gorman are other contributors up front, and their play will be key as the Quakers break in a new starting quarterback. McGinley and Holzberg are also standouts on the defensive line and the linebacking corps is strong with Giannone and sophomore John Zohlman. Airall, Williams, Davis and junior Jack Bertino are players to watch in the secondary.
Outlook: Last season was a rebuilding one for the Quakers, who went 1-5, but with experienced players returning, a strong bounce-back year could be in store.
Paul VI Eagles
Players to watch: Paul VI brings back several talented skill-position players after posting one of its best seasons in years last fall. Senior quarterback Declan Williams transferred into the program as a junior and made an immediate impact, splitting time under center and showing off his athleticism. He will look to earn the starting role on a full-time basis but will be challenged by junior Dan Farley and sophomore Dominick Santiago. Senior running back Isaiah Shafer led the team in rushing last year and will be a big part of the offense. Sophomore Matt Morad could also have an impact at running back, while sophomore Christian Martin and freshman Mo Kershen are expected to contribute at slot. Senior wide receivers Vincent Bannon and Logan Clark can both make plays down the field and freshman Austin Bailey will also see time at receiver. Experienced players looking to contribute on the offensive line are seniors Philip Brown and Luke Vinci, juniors Dominic Corsetti, Gerald Lonova and Elijah Rivera and sophomore Jacob Rambo. Freshman Mitchell Lando could also push for a spot up front right away. Williams is a key player on defense and leads a linebacking corps that also includes Morad and senior Alex Rupertus. Kershen is expected to have an impact at defensive end and veterans on the D-line are Corsetti and Rambo. Shafer, Bannon and Clark patrol the defensive backfield along with Martin and Bailey.
Outlook: The Eagles went 5-2 last year to bounce back from consecutive 1-9 seasons and post a winning record for the first time since 2015. They expect to keep riding the momentum this fall with a veteran core in place.
Seneca Golden Eagles
Players to watch: Seneca brings back a two-way star in senior Adam Klenk, who shines at both running back and outside linebacker. He rushed for more than 850 yards and scored four touchdowns in just seven games last year. On the other side of the ball, he led the Golden Eagles with 68 tackles and nine sacks. Klenk is joined on offense by two capable quarterbacks in junior Brayden Davis and senior Chris Schoener, who both saw time last year. Davis threw for a touchdown and ran for five, and Schoener tossed a pair of TD passes. Sophomore Zac Fearon is another running back and senior Tom Besser returns at fullback. Seniors Aidan Albano and Dean Brockson are wide receivers to watch and sophomore Jake Chaney will look to contribute at tight end. Seniors Matt Smith and Andrew Horner are important pieces of the offensive line. Besser joins Klenk as a standout linebacker and Horner and Chaney are contributors on the defensive line. Albano, Brockson and Fearon are returners in the secondary.
Outlook: The Golden Eagles started slow last year with an inexperienced team but played well down the stretch and finished with a 2-5 record. They should be much improved in 2021.
Players to watch: Shawnee has the pieces in place for a big bounce-back season. It all starts with senior quarterback Matt Welsey, a four-year starter who is receiving serious college interest. He threw 14 touchdown passes as a junior and ran for five scores. He has two talented receivers to connect with in seniors Avery Cohen and Luke Anderson, while junior wide receivers Ethan Krauss and Oskar Heino and senior tight end Erich Hartmann can also make plays in the passing attack. Senior running back Dean Bialous averaged 5.2 yards per carry and could be ready for a featured role in the ground game. Junior Jackson Harris and seniors Nick Supelana, Gavin Zaun, Tyler Gudknecht and Brian Gerber are veteran offensive linemen, and Zaun and Harris will also play a factor on the D-line. Josh Peluse recorded a team-high 72 tackles and leads the defense with fellow junior linebacker Sam Beamer. Bialous and junior Jimmy Potter are other returning linebackers and Hartman will look to earn time at defensive end. Cohen, Krauss and senior Fred McAneney are key returners in the secondary along with Anderson. Junior Darren Wu and sophomore Jack Conners will battle it out to be
Outlook: The Renegades were much better than their 1-6 record indicated last year, with close losses to rivals Cherokee and Lenape among their four one-score defeats. A proud program will be hungry to return to its winning ways this fall.
Washington Township Minutemen
Players to watch: Jo’nathan Silver has established himself as a dynamic offensive player over the course of his career and is primed for a big final season. The senior running back averaged 5.4 yards per carry and rushed for five touchdowns in four games last year, adding six receptions and a TD catch. Senior wide receiver Quamir Land and senior running back Nahmere Graves are other talented returners who will be counted on to make plays. Washington Township must break in a new starting quarterback after the graduation of Liam Friel; seniors Dom Petracci and John Palaganas and sophomore Jared Dzierzgowski are candidates for the job. Senior Danny Guetens is a returning starter on the offensive line and other potential standouts in the trenches are junior linemen John Stone and Jason DiBlasio and senior tight end Alex Ricciardi. Sophomore Logan Perez should also make an impact on offense along with junior wide receiver Matt Bonsall. Seniors Vinny LaRosa, Santino Mesi and Steve Seibert and junior Michael Tomasetti are all competing at the linebacker spot. Senior Jay Almonte is a veteran defensive end and is joined on the D-line by Guetens, Stone and DiBlasio. Graves, Land and Silver are top returners in the defensive backfield and Bonsall is a contributor at safety. Junior Michael Lotsey also hopes to see time in the secondary. Senior Damon Wiseburn is a key returner on special teams who will handle the kicking and punting duties.
Outlook: The Minutemen were limited to just four games in 2020 and finished 2-2, with one of the losses coming in double overtime. The solid showing was an important step forward and they have the chance to post the program’s first winning record since 2015.
Bishop Eustace Crusaders
8/27 vs. Schalick, 7 p.m.
9/4 at Holy Cross, noon
9/10 vs. Camden Catholic, 7 p.m.
9/17 vs. Gloucester Catholic, 7 p.m.
9/24 vs. Princeton, 7 p.m.
10/2 at Haddon Heights, 11 a.m.
10/8 vs. Glassboro, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Cinnaminson, 6:30 p.m.
10/23 at Audubon, 11 a.m.
9/4 at Winslow Township, 7 p.m.
9/10 at Bishop Eustace, 7 p.m.
9/17 vs. Pennsauken, 7 p.m.
9/24 vs. Audubon, 7 p.m.
10/1 at Cinnaminson, 7 p.m.
10/8 vs. Holy Cross, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Princeton, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. Haddon Heights, 7 p.m.
11/25 vs. Paul VI, 10 a.m.
9/2 vs. Lenape, 6 p.m.
9/10 at St. Joseph-Hammonton, 7 p.m.
9/24 vs. Washington Township, 6 p.m.
10/1 at Eastern, 6 p.m.
10/8 vs. Shawnee, 6 p.m.
10/22 at Rancocas Valley
10/22 vs. Kingsway, 7 p.m.
11/25 at Seneca, TBA
Cherry Hill East Cougars
8/29 vs. Moorestown at Ocean City, noon
9/3 at Nottingham, 3 p.m.
9/10 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.
9/18 vs. Princeton, 11 a.m.
10/1 at Atlantic City, 6 p.m.
10/9 vs. Hightstown, 11 a.m.
10/16 vs. Bridgeton, 11 a.m.
10/23 vs. Triton, 11 a.m.
10/29 at Cherry Hill West, 6:30 p.m.
Cherry Hill West Lions
8/27 at Clearview, 7 p.m.
9/3 vs. Moorestown, 6:30 p.m.
9/10 at Triton, 7 p.m.
9/17 at Egg Harbor Township, 7 p.m.
10/1 vs. Bridgeton, 6:30 p.m.
10/8 at Delsea, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. Atlantic City, 6:30 p.m.
10/29 vs. Cherry Hill East, 6:30 p.m.
8/27 vs. Cherry Hill West, 7 p.m.
9/3 at Vineland, 7 p.m.
9/10 at Delsea, 7 p.m.
9/17 vs. Washington Township, 7 p.m.
9/24 vs. Hammonton, 7 p.m.
10/1 at Timber Creek, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Mainland, 6:30 p.m.
10/22 vs. Deptford, 7 p.m.
10/29 at Absegami, 7 p.m.
11/24 at Kingsway, 6 p.m.
9/2 at Seneca, 6 p.m.
9/10 vs. Kingsway, 6 p.m.
9/17 vs. Trenton Central, 6 p.m.
9/24 at St. Joseph-Hammonton, 7 p.m.
10/1 vs. Cherokee, 6 p.m.
10/8 at Highland, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Washington Township, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. Rancocas Valley, 6 p.m.
Gloucester Catholic Rams
8/27 at Highland, TBA
9/2 at Bordentown, 5 p.m.
9/11 vs. Haddon Township, 11 a.m.
9/17 at Bishop Eustace, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Lindenwold, 7 p.m.
10/1 at Robbinsville, 7 p.m.
10/8 at Schalick, 7 p.m.
10/16 vs. New Egypt, 11 a.m.
10/23 vs. Overbrook, 11 a.m.
11/25 at Gloucester, 10:30 a.m.
9/2 vs. Pleasantville, 7 p.m.
9/10 vs. West Deptford, 7 p.m.
9/18 at Woodrow Wilson, 1 p.m.
9/24 at Willingboro, 7 p.m.
10/1 at Delran, 7 p.m.
10/8 at Voorhees, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. Sterling, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. Collingswood, 7 p.m.
11/25 at Haddon Heights, 11 a.m.
9/3 vs. Shawnee, 11 a.m.
9/10 at Eastern, 6 p.m.
9/17 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Rancocas Valley, 7 p.m.
10/1 vs. Washington Township, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. St. Joseph-Hammonton, 7 p.m.
10/22 at Cherokee, 7 p.m.
10/29 at Atlantic City, 6 p.m.
11/24 vs. Clearview, 6 p.m.
9/2 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.
9/10 vs. Vineland, 7 p.m.
9/17 at Notre Dame, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.
10/1 at St. Augustine, 6 p.m.
10/8 vs. Rancocas Valley, 7 p.m.
10/15 at Wall Township, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. Millville, 7 p.m.
11/25 vs. Shawnee, 10 a.m.
8/29 vs. Cherry Hill East at Ocean City, noon
9/3 at Cherry Hill West, 6:30 p.m.
9/10 vs. Timber Creek, 7 p.m.
9/17 at Northern Burlington, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Pennsauken, 7 p.m.
10/1 at Highland, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. Delsea, 7 p.m.
10/23 vs. Burlington Township, 1 p.m.
10/29 vs. Seneca, 7 p.m.
Paul VI Eagles
9/2 vs. Collingswood, 7 p.m.
9/10 vs. Cherry Hill East, 7 p.m.
9/18 at Holy Cross, noon
9/25 vs. Atlantic City, 1 p.m.
10/1 at Triton, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. Cherry Hill West, 7 p.m.
10/22 at Bridgeton, 6 p.m.
11/25 at Camden Catholic, 10 a.m.
Seneca Golden Eagles
9/2 vs. Eastern, 6 p.m.
9/10 vs. Pemberton, 6 p.m.
9/24 at Ocean City, 6 p.m.
10/1 at Oakcrest, 6 p.m.
10/8 at Triton, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. Egg Harbor Township, 6 p.m.
10/22 at Absegami, 6 p.m.
10/29 at Moorestown, 7 p.m.
11/25 vs. Cherokee, TBA
9/3 at Kingsway, 11 a.m.
9/10 vs. Millville, 7 p.m.
9/17 vs. Burlington Township, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Vineland, 6 p.m.
10/1 vs. Williamstown, 7 p.m.
10/8 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.
10/22 vs. St. Augustine, 7 p.m.
10/29 vs. Northern Burlington, 7 p.m.
11/25 at Lenape, 10 a.m.
Washington Township Minutemen
9/2 vs. Egg Harbor Township, 7 p.m.
9/10 vs. Rancocas Valley, 7 p.m.
9/17 at Clearview, 7 p.m.
9/24 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.
10/1 at Kingsway, 7 p.m.
10/8 vs. Williamstown, 7 p.m.
10/15 vs. Eastern, 7 p.m.
10/22 vs. St. Joseph-Hammonton, 7 p.m.
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