Best of South Jersey Education Entertainment Health & Fitness Home & Garden People Sports Star Athletes Star Citizens Star Coaches Star Students Star Teachers Star Teams New Homeowner's Resource Guide
Current Issue Previous Issues Subscribe for FREE

Preview & schedule

by Staff

Bishop Eustace Crusaders
Players to watch:
The Crusaders graduated key players Mike Hamilton and Jacob Reilly, who are both moving on to college programs, but most of last year’s roster is back, including several talented youngsters. At the top of that list is sophomore running back/defensive back Mekhi Simmons, who rushed for 1,065 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman, averaging 7.2 yards per carry. He ran for 228 yards and two TDs to spark an 18-16 win over Gloucester Catholic. Simmons added 32 tackles and three tackles for loss on defense and will be a standout on both sides of the ball this fall. Senior AJ Lauletta and sophomore Chase Brandt both saw time at quarterback last year and should be much improved with a year of experience under their belts. Junior wide receiver Matt Kraft had 13 receptions and two TDs and also rushed for a score, while senior Ryan Kraft is another returner at wide receiver. Senior Dominic DiBlasio is a top player on the offensive line and other veterans up front include seniors Jackson Beidleman and Jacob Mohr and juniors Dakota Rivera and Luca Zanghi. Beidleman shines on the defensive line—he had 71 tackles and three tackles for loss last year—along with DiBlasio and Mohr, and the linebacking corps includes Zanghi and senior Matt Dursi. Matt Kraft is coming off a terrific season at safety and Lauletta is another important returner in the secondary. Ryan Kraft and Dursi are both experienced kickers and Kraft also punts.

Outlook: The Crusaders have been in rebuilding mode in recent years but built a promising foundation last season under first-year head coach Chris Pollard and hope to show significant improvement in 2022.


Camden Catholic Fighting Irish
Players to watch:
New head coach Dwayne Savage inherits a much different roster than the one that finished last season, as several difference-making players transferred out of the program. Camden Catholic will be breaking in new starters at quarterback and running back to replace departed standouts Kevin Burr and Marques Hicks, respectively. Wide receivers to keep an eye on are sophomores Jaden Tricoche, Qua’veair Anderson and Ayden Stewart, and senior Abdul Azizsmith is a leader on the offensive line. The good news is that Division I prospect Jonathan Murff-Graham, a senior lineman, is back to lead the defense. He had 38 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and two forced fumbles to make the all-conference second team. The Irish lost another standout when Kye Pressley transferred to Hammonton, opening the door for sophomores Joel Amegatcher and Thaisaan Alexander to make an impact on the defensive line. Senior cornerback Andrew Crawford (40 tackles, two interceptions) is an important part of the secondary.

Outlook: The Irish posted their first winning season since 2017 last fall, as they went 6-4 overall and 5-0 in the WJFL Constitution Division. Savage, who had a highly successful 10-year run as the head coach at Camden, will look to build on the momentum.


Cherokee Chiefs
Players to watch:
Brandon “Bam” Boria has already put together a remarkable career at Cherokee and he still has one season left to add to his legacy. The senior running back rushed 206 times for 1,694 yards as a junior—the fifth-best single-season mark in school history—and scored 25 touchdowns to earn all-South Jersey honors for the second year in a row. Boria, who recently committed to Stony Brook, enters his senior season with 2,902 career rushing yards, sixth on the all-time list at Cherokee. The Chiefs will be far from one-dimensional, however, as junior Ryan Bender returns as the starting quarterback following a strong sophomore campaign under center. He completed over 50% of his passes for 1,028 yards and seven TDs to go with 389 yards and nine scores on the ground. He has plenty of targets in the passing game, including senior Cam Burti and juniors Tommy Pajic and Trent Osborn at wide receiver and senior Jake Zubrzycki and junior Jake Wood at tight end. Senior Dom DeChurch, an all-conference second-teamer, anchors the offensive line and senior Jake Ellis is another veteran in the trenches. Senior Sean Cole is another experienced running back. Senior defensive back Brian Mitchell is a key returner on the other side of the ball. He had 39 tackles and four interceptions to make the all-conference first team. Cole joins him as a leader in the secondary. Junior Leo Bluestein (41 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks) is a difference-maker up front along with DeChurch and senior Roman Dougherty. Junior Austin Lenart is a linebacker to watch. Pajic returns as the kicker after converting 43-of-46 PAT attempts.

Outlook: The Chiefs have re-established themselves as one of the top programs in South Jersey in recent seasons and went 7-3 with a berth in the sectional semifinals last fall. With Boria leading the charge, more success awaits in 2022.


Cherry Hill East Cougars
Players to watch:
A promising core returns for Cherry Hill East led by junior quarterback Ben Cohen, who seized the starting job as a sophomore and proceeded to earn all-conference first-team accolades. He threw for 1,030 yards and six touchdowns to go with 176 yards and three TDs on the ground, and should only get better as an upperclassman. Cohen will have plenty of playmakers around him, including senior running back Maurice Sample, who rushed for 551 yards and five TDs to make the all-conference second team. Sophomores Isaiah Donaldson and Denzel Lee are other running backs with potential. Senior Ethan Haddock led the team with 23 catches for 367 yards and four TDs, and sophomore tight end Jaxson Bowman should be in store for a bigger role on offense after catching five passes as a rookie. Bowman, a 6-foot-4, 220-pounder, recently received his first Division I offer from Connecticut. Senior wide receivers Rome Ciocco, Eyal Haroz, Jevin Dutch and Seth Jones are other factors in the passing game. The Cougars graduated three all-conference offensive linemen so the unit will look a lot different. Players looking to have an impact include seniors Andrew Watson, Jake Janicki, Chris Verrecchia and Sonny Caccese and juniors Nicholas Ramos, Kevin Bradley, Darius Barlow, Troy Spencer and Jason Maldonado. Watson, a defensive tackle, highlights the other side of the ball. He had 33 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, a sack and a forced fumble to make the all-conference first team. Sample and Bowman are key returners at defensive end, while Barlow and sophomore Aiden Stewart will play a big role on the defensive line as well. Top linebackers are Janicki and junior Brian Cotter, and sophomores Sean Haney and Dominic Tomasetti will also have an impact at the position. Senior Justin Herskowitz leads the secondary after recording 62 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, an interception and a fumble recovery to make the all-conference first team. Haddock (three interceptions) is another important returner in the defensive backfield along with Donald and Ciocco. Haddock also handles punting responsibilities and made the all-conference first team.

Outlook: Tyler Drob, who started for three years as a player at Cherry Hill East and served as an assistant coach the past three years, takes over the program in place of Andrew Daley, who stepped down after four years. He is determined to help the Cougars become a competitive program again and they appear to be on the right track with a strong nucleus back from last year’s 3-7 team.


Cherry Hill West Lions
Players to watch:
Cherry Hill West graduated a solid senior class featuring four all-conference first-teamers, but several important building blocks remain, particularly on defense. Senior linebacker Tommy Arcaroli had 130 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles and was rewarded with all-conference first-team accolades. The linebacking corps also includes seniors Colin Costello, who had 50 tackles, five tackles for loss and a fumble recovery to make the all-conference second team, and Greg Boggans (46 tackles, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries). Senior defensive back Kevin Rorke, an honorable mention all-conference selection, recorded 40 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles. He is joined in the secondary by seniors Ben Secouler, Lenix Fernandez and Manny Morrison and junior Jordan DeJesus-Gonzalez. Junior JoNathan Valentin and senior Jordan Mendoz are top players on the defensive line. DeJesus-Gonzalez returns as the starting quarterback after throwing for 873 yards and five touchdowns and running for four scores as a sophomore. Senior running back Gary Rowe moved back to Cherry Hill after spending his sophomore and junior seasons at Wood-Ridge in North Jersey. He had over 1,000 yards from scrimmage and six touchdowns last fall and will be a welcome addition. Rorke is also a key weapon who rushed for four TDs and caught a TD pass, and wide receivers to watch are junior Anthony Faiola and Secouler. Mendoza is the anchor of the offensive line, which also brings backs senior Ryan Alabanzas and juniors Nic Zuniga and Ben Quach as starters. Valentin is another veteran lineman and Arcaroli returns at tight end. Faiola converted 19-of-20 PATs and 2-of-3 field goals to make the all-conference second team at kicker.

Outlook: The Lions’ 3-7 record from 2021 is a bit deceiving since four of the losses were by one score. If they can find a way to pull out some of their close games, they can contend for a winning record this fall.


Clearview Pioneers
Players to watch:
Clearview graduated many of its skill-position players on offense but is thrilled to welcome back senior tackle Nick Oliveira, a 6-foot-5, 285-pounder who was heavily recruited by some of the top programs in the country before committing to Cincinnati. An all-conference first-teamer in 2021, he will be joined on the line by another returning starter, junior Matt Chinchillo, an all-conference second-team selection. They will open holes for the likes of junior O’Brian Brown and sophomores Sean Ralph and AJ Salerno, who could emerge as primary ball carriers. Junior AJ Palumbo saw time as the backup quarterback as a sophomore, and sophomore Tyler Dell—who starred on the Clearview baseball team as a freshman—is another athletic QB who could take the reins of the offense. Senior wide receiver Mark Grubb will be a target in the passing game for whoever wins the job. Defensively, Oliveira and Chinchillo are key returners up front and the linebacking corps includes senior Gavin O’Connor. Senior cornerback Aiden Flake and senior safety Noah Colon are experienced players in the secondary.

Outlook: The Pioneers ended a successful era for head coach Steve Scanlon by posting a 6-5 record last fall, including a playoff victory. The new leader of the program is a familiar face around Clearview—Steve Duncan, the former defensive coordinator who has also coached wrestling and volleyball at the school. He hopes to keep the team competitive despite having several important positions to fill.


Eastern Vikings
Players to watch:
Junior Izzy Hernandez emerged as a key player on both sides of the ball as a sophomore and will look to take his game to another level this fall. The running back rushed for 560 yards, averaging 4.7 per carry, and scored six touchdowns. As a linebacker, he recorded 49 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, four sacks and two forced fumbles to earn all-conference second-team recognition. Seniors Quoy Rainey and Aidan Clark are other important two-way players. At 6-foot-6 and 330 pounds, Rainey is an imposing figure on both lines. He recorded 39 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and two sacks on his way to all-conference second-team honors. Clark, a tackle/defensive end, was an honorable mention selection after registering 36 tackles, nine tackles for loss and four fumble recoveries. Rainey and Clark will be protecting a new starting quarterback in sophomore Logan Dawson, who saw varsity time as a freshman. Promising freshman Nick Curreri will serve as his backup. Senior Silas Davis and sophomore Jordon Masino join Hernandez as talented backs, while seniors Chris Diggs and Jashad Kersey are veteran wide receivers. Davis and junior Jonathan Brennan are playmakers at linebacker and the secondary includes Kersey and Diggs. Senior David Cordova hopes to take over as the starting kicker.

Outlook: Eastern’s 4-5 season in 2021 ended with a close loss to North Brunswick in the first round of the playoffs. They have the potential to return to the postseason with players like Hernandez, Rainey and Clark leading the way.


Gloucester Catholic Rams
Players to watch:
The strength of Gloucester Catholic’s team is in the trenches, with senior two-way linemen Mike Petito and Dyheim Watson both primed for a huge final season in maroon and gold. The 6-foot-2, 275-pound Petito earned all-conference second-team recognition on both sides of the ball as a junior. He and Watson are both receiving interest from several college programs. Junior Chris Hagan is another key returner on both lines and the experience up front will especially be crucial on offense since the Rams will be breaking in a new starting quarterback. Junior Kyle Guldin, who shined at wide receiver as a sophomore, could slide into the position. Sophomore Kybron Ricks is a playmaker at wide receiver and junior Jett Wisdom will garner carries out of the backfield. Senior Eddie Yeagar is a talented linebacker and Wisdom contributes in the secondary.

Outlook: Last year was a rebuilding one for the Rams but they expect to be more competitive thanks to their veteran presence on both the offensive and defensive lines.


Haddonfield Bulldawgs
Players to watch:
Haddonfield graduated some key leaders from its sectional and regional championship team but still has a strong nucleus in place. Junior Declan McCarthy saw time at quarterback and is ready to take over as the starter now that he’s an upperclassman. His strong arm could add another dimension to the offense, and senior wide receiver Carl Forebaugh should be a favorite target. Leading rusher Bobby Hahn graduated but his younger brother, junior Dominic Hahn, will look to become more of a focal point of the offense along with junior Charlie Klaus, who averaged 4.3 yards per carry and had 15 receptions as a sophomore. Senior Johnny Mink and junior Patrick Ryan contribute at fullback and senior Chris Clax returns at tight end. Haddonfield has some spots to fill on the offensive line but is happy to welcome back senior Drew Washburn, a three-year starter, along with senior Julian Durkin, who is coming off a strong junior season. Mink (152 tackles, three tackles for loss) and Clax (87 tackles, two sacks) lead the defense at linebacker. Both made the all-conference first team along with senior defensive back Ryan Foley, who had 45 tackles and was among the state leaders with nine interceptions. Ryan is another talented linebacker, and joining Foley as playmakers in the secondary are Hahn (98 tackles, one interception, two fumble recoveries) and Klaus (38 tackles, four interceptions). Forebaugh and seniors Weston Klaus and Jack Gilmore add depth at defensive back and Washburn is a top returner on the line.

Outlook: Last year was another magical one for Haddonfield, which captured its sixth sectional title and second regional championship under coach Frank DeLano on its way to a 10-3 final record. The Bulldawgs will need several new leaders to emerge but the potential is there for more success in 2022.


Kingsway Dragons
Players to watch:
Kingsway brings back a host of talented players from its sectional championship team, starting with senior quarterback Nate Maiers and senior wide receiver Darrell Brown Jr., who will shift to the outside after playing running back last year. Maiers threw for 1,084 yards and five touchdowns and added 628 rushing yards and seven TDs on the ground in his first year as the starter. Combining athleticism and a will to win, he is the consummate leader for the Dragons. The same qualities apply to Brown, who is a threat to score every time he gets his hands on the ball. He ran for 717 yards and seven TDS and added 25 receptions for 448 yards and two scores to make the all-conference first team. Junior tight end Luke Van Brill joined Brown on the all-conference first team after hauling in 29 catches for 441 yards and three TDs, including the game-winner in the final seconds of the South Jersey, Group 5 final. Despite missing time with an injury, junior wide receiver Benny Liles had 24 catches for 250 yards and a TD on his way to all-conference second-team accolades, and other veteran receivers are seniors Roman Kuzmick and Jake Mason, who is committed to Air Force for lacrosse. Senior Camillo Marusco will take over as the starting tailback on a full-time basis, while senior tailback DJ DiPietro will also get carries and junior Kyle Kupsey will contribute at fullback and as the second tight end. Key pieces of the offensive line include all-conference second-teamer Carter Williams and Moises Sanchez, both seniors, and senior Dallas Brown, a converted tight end. Sophomore Brady Whitzell and senior Kai Ho are competing for starting jobs on the O-line as well. Williams also wreaks havoc at defensive end and made the all-conference first team after recording 67 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, four sacks and five fumble recoveries. Whitzell (70 tackles, three sacks) had a strong rookie season at defensive tackle and senior Demetrius Ransom is another key veteran up front. The linebackers are also strong, with all-conference second-teamer DiPietro and Van Brill returning on the inside. Mason also returns at the position, while juniors Neumann Rojas and Brady Williams—Carter’s brother—will get snaps too. Maiers was an all-conference second-team selection at safety and leads the secondary along with returning starters Kuzmick and junior Aiden Alexander at cornerback and junior Jordon Potts at safety. Brown will contribute at both corner and safety.

Outlook: The Dragons made a thrilling run to the second sectional championship in program history and finished with an 8-5 record in 2021. They expect to be in the mix again this fall.


Lenape Indians
Players to watch:
Lenape graduated most of its skill-position players on offense but has several playmakers returning on the other side of the ball, including junior defensive back Michael Lemay, an all-conference honorable mention selection. He recorded 130 tackles, four tackles for loss and an interception as a sophomore. Senior linebacker Ty Smith (60 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two forced fumbles) is also back to lead the D. Senior Karie Council and junior Riley Rodriguez are other experienced linebackers and key players on the line are seniors Angelo Gola and Matt Nasielski. Senior Jay Best and junior Choyce Coppin are important returners in the secondary. Jaelin Mims, a junior transfer from Highland, and junior Ethan Adamiak are competing for the starting quarterback job. Senior Zyaire Fleming, a transfer from Camden, will take the majority of the snaps at running back, while Rodriguez and Council will also be in the rotation. Senior Cole Galvao will contribute at slot receiver and veteran wide receivers include Lemay and Coppin. Nasielski is a beast on the offensive line and Gola has experience at guard and center.

Outlook: The Indians went 3-8 against a challenging schedule in 2021, but one of the wins was a 24-21 upset over top-seeded Washington Township in the first round of the South Jersey, Group 5 playoffs and they also hung tough with eventual sectional champion Kingsway in the semifinals. Lenape will look to build on those postseason showings this fall. 


Moorestown Quakers
Players to watch:
John Zohlman seized the starting quarterback job last year as a sophomore and showed a ton of potential while getting thrown into the fire. It will be exciting to see his progress continue as an upperclassman. He will have several talented wide receivers to throw to, including junior Rece Englehart and seniors Wade Krisanda and Tyler Mendys, who missed most of last season with a torn ACL but is eager to get back on the field. A veteran offensive line is also back in place, with senior guards Alexei Holzberg and Cai’leb Dias and junior tackle Chris Gorman among the standouts. Senior Kaden Davis is a returning running back looking to take on a bigger role, while sophomores Chase Caulder and Luke Dengler will also get their share of carries. Defensively, Englehart and junior Shane Ginley are returning starters at linebacker and key players on the line are junior Emilio Regino-Prieto and sophomore Josh Leath. The secondary features Krisanda at cornerback and Mendys at safety.

Outlook: The Quakers were much improved in 2021 and finished with a 4-6 record. They have fielded a young squad in recent years but are now more experienced and expect to be competitive, with a winning season in their sights.


Paul VI Eagles
Players to watch:
Paul VI suffered several key losses to graduation, none bigger than Declan Williams, who starred at several positions and was the heart and soul of the team. But the Eagles are happy to welcome back a trio of juniors who could be ready to take over as leaders. That includes Dom Santiago, who saw time at quarterback and threw for over 600 yards and four touchdowns. He also shined at defensive end and made the all-conference second team. Christian Martin was an all-conference first-teamer at defensive back thanks to his six interceptions and 25 tackles, and he also contributed at running back and wide receiver. He should be in line for a more significant role offensively. Running back/linebacker Matt Morad was named honorable mention all-conference and will also be a top player on both sides of the ball. He had 16 catches, one for a TD, along with 39 tackles and three interceptions. Other returners hoping to contribute on offense are senior running back Gavin Bunt, senior wide receiver Ty Barberi and sophomore wide receiver Austin Bailey. Veterans on the offensive line are senior Elijah Rivera, juniors Jacob Rambo and Jack Vinci and sophomores Mitch Lando and Jaylen Bishop. Newcomers to watch offensively are junior quarterback Dawson Eliot, who could challenge for the starting job, and senior wide receiver Winston Yates. Sophomore defensive end Moe Keshen had four sacks as a freshman and is joined on the line by Lando, Rivera, Rambo and Bishop. Barberi and Bunt are contributors at linebacker and junior Jamelle Brown is looking to have an impact at cornerback, along with Yates.

Outlook: The Eagles compiled a 7-3 record last year for their most wins in a season since 2013. They have reeled off two straight winning campaigns and have a good chance of making it three in a row.


Seneca Golden Eagles
Players to watch:
Senior quarterback Brayden Davis has been taking varsity snaps since he was a sophomore and is primed for a big final season. He threw for over 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns to go with 417 yards and four TDs on the ground in 2021. While Seneca graduated its leading rusher, junior Zac Fearon looks to be ready for a featured role and will be running behind an offensive line led by senior Jake Chaney. Juniors Kenny Konokpa and Anthony Fedeli are other experienced linemen. The receiving corps includes juniors Jason Sheairs and Mark Richardson and seniors Jason King and Jamar Lane Jr. Junior tight end Kyle Stickel and senior H-back Tiernan Blesi are other offensive contributors. Fearon had 57 tackles and two forced fumbles at defensive back to make the all-conference second team. He is part of a deep secondary that also includes junior David Vacca and sophomore Peyton Reese along with Davis, Richardson and Stickel. Blesi and Chaney are standouts on the defensive line and linebackers to watch are seniors Max Norton and Tommy Mikulski, who should rack up the tackles.

Outlook: The Golden Eagles have the pieces in place to improve on last year’s 3-7 record and possibly contend for a winning season.


Shawnee Renegades
Players to watch:
Shawnee graduated a stellar senior class that included Matt Welsey, a four-year starter at quarterback, but there are several key returners back in the fold, particularly on defense. Senior linebacker Josh Peluse has led the team in tackles each of the past two seasons and recorded 104 in 2021 to go with two forced fumbles. He made the all-conference first team along with senior Jackson Ray Harris, a standout on the defensive line. Senior Billy O’Byrne (40 tackles, five sacks) and junior Eric Bill (four sacks) are other experienced defensive linemen along with juniors Dan Scullion and Andrew Johnson. The talented linebacking corps also brings back seniors Ryan Budzynski, Sam Beamer, Jimmy Potter and Oskar Heino. Senior safety Ethan Krauss had 54 tackles, an interception and two forced fumbles and was an all-conference honorable mention selection. Juniors Jack Conners and Michael Pierson have experience in the secondary as well. On offense, the Renegades have several important spots to fill and junior Joe Papa will look to replace Welsey under center. He saw time as a sophomore and completed all four of his passes to go with a rushing touchdown. Budzynski, senior Alex Ricci and junior Nick Rusinski will vie for carries out of the backfield and targets in the passing game are Krauss, Heino and junior tight end Liam Gilmore. Harris and seniors Jack Welsh and Dan Emerle are veteran offensive linemen. Senior kicker Darren Wu converted 48-of-49 PAT attempts and 2-of-3 field goals and also made the all-conference first team at punter.

Outlook: Shawnee posted an 8-4 record last fall, improving by seven wins from the year before, and reached the sectional final. The Renegades are consistently one of the top programs in South Jersey and hope to stay competitive.


Washington Township Minutemen
Players to watch:
A terrific crop of seniors graduated but Washington Township still has a strong core looking to build on the momentum from one of its best seasons in years. Leading the way is junior quarterback Jared Dzierzgowski, who seized the starting job as a sophomore and established himself as a dual threat. He threw for 510 yards and five touchdowns and garnered 613 yards and 10 TDs on the ground to make the all-conference first team. Dzierzgowski will be protected by an outstanding offensive line highlighted by 6-foot-3, 270-pound senior John Stone, who is headed to the Big Ten as a Rutgers commit. Seniors Jason DiBlasio, Mike Lackore and Nate Leone are other standouts up front. The Minutemen graduated their top two running backs but will look to get the ball into the hands of junior Logan Perez, who averaged 4.8 yards per carry, had 10 receptions and scored two TDs while lining up at running back and wide receiver last year. Seniors Michael Tomasetti and Michael Lotsey and junior Giuliano Scavetta will also get their share of carries and sophomore wide receiver DaShawn Long will be a key target in the passing game. DiBlasio made the all-conference second team at defensive end, while Leone is another important returner on the D-line. Senior Logan Brown, Tomasetti and Scavetta are contributors at linebacker and the secondary includes senior John Williams, Lotsey, Long and Perez. Dzierzgowski handles the punting and senior Matt Diraddo, a former soccer player with a big leg, is expected to have an impact at kicker.

Outlook: The Minutemen brought back some buzz to their program last fall, as they went 6-3 for their first winning season since 2015 and earned the No. 1 seed in the South Jersey Group 5 playoffs before dropping a heartbreaker to Lenape in the first round. The next step is sustained success and a longer run in the postseason.



Bishop Eustace Crusaders

8/27 at Spotswood, TBA

9/2 vs. Holy Cross, 7 p.m.

9/9 vs. Gloucester Catholic, 7 p.m.

9/16 at Wildwood, 6 p.m.

9/30 vs. Riverside, 7 p.m.

10/7 at Schalick, 7 p.m.

10/14 at Florence, 7 p.m.

10/21 vs. Lindenwold, 7 p.m.

11/24 vs. Collingswood, TBA


Camden Catholic Fighting Irish

9/2 vs. Timber Creek, 7 p.m.

9/9 at West Deptford, 7 p.m.

9/16 vs. Haddonfield, 7 p.m.

9/30 at Sterling, 7 p.m.

10/7 vs. Haddon Heights, 7 p.m.

10/14 vs. Pennsauken, 7 p.m.

10/21 at Camden, 7 p.m.

11/23 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.


Cherokee Chiefs

8/28 vs. Holy Spirit at Ocean City, 1:30 p.m.

9/2 at Hammonton, 6 p.m.

9/9 vs. St. Augustine, 6 p.m.

9/16 at Shawnee, 6 p.m.

9/30 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.

10/7 vs. Lenape, 6 p.m.

10/14 vs. Kingsway, 6 p.m.

10/21 at Millville, 6 p.m.

11/24 vs. Seneca, 11 a.m.


Cherry Hill East Cougars

9/2 at Moorestown, 7 p.m.

9/10 vs. Florence, 11 a.m.

9/17 vs. Holy Cross, 11 a.m.

9/24 vs. West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 11 a.m.

9/30 at Palmyra, 7 p.m.

10/8 vs. Princeton, 11 a.m.

10/15 vs. Cherry Hill West, 11 a.m.

10/22 at Haddon Township, 10:30 a.m.


Cherry Hill West Lions

8/26 vs. Clearview, 6 p.m.

9/1 at Pennsauken, 6 p.m.

9/9 vs. Paul VI, 6 p.m.

9/16 at Northern Burlington, 7 p.m.

9/23 vs. Timber Creek, 7 p.m.

9/30 at Seneca, 6 p.m.

10/7 at Triton, 6 p.m.

10/15 at Cherry Hill East, 11 a.m.

10/21 vs. Moorestown, 6 p.m.


Clearview Pioneers

8/26 at Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.

9/2 at Atlantic City, 7 p.m.

9/9 vs. Vineland, 7 p.m.

9/16 vs. Highland, 7 p.m.

9/23 at Egg Harbor Township, 6 p.m.

9/30 at Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.

10/7 vs. Kingsway, 7 p.m.

10/14 vs. Mainland, 7 p.m.

10/21 at Washington Township, 7 p.m.


Eastern Vikings

9/2 vs. Washington Township, 6 p.m.

9/9 at Rancocas Valley, 6:30 p.m.

9/16 vs. Hammonton, 6 p.m.

9/23 at Lenape, 7 p.m.

9/30 at Kingsway, 7 p.m.

10/7 vs. Highland, 6 p.m.

10/14 vs. Trenton Central, 6 p.m.

10/21 at Timber Creek, 7 p.m.


Gloucester Catholic Rams

9/1 at Palmyra, 6 p.m.

9/9 at Bishop Eustace, 7 p.m.

9/17 vs. Lindenwold, 11 a.m.

9/30 at Wildwood, 6 p.m.

10/8 at Riverside, 1:30 p.m.

10/15 vs. Holy Cross, 11 a.m.

10/22 vs. Schalick, 11 a.m.

11/24 at Gloucester, 10 a.m.


Haddonfield Bulldawgs

9/3 at Paulsboro, 11 a.m.

9/16 at Camden Catholic, 7 p.m.

9/23 vs. Woodbury, 7 p.m.

9/30 at West Deptford, 7 p.m.

10/7 vs. Camden, 7 p.m.

10/14 at Woodstown, 7 p.m.

10/21 vs. Sterling, 7 p.m.

11/24 vs. Haddon Heights, 11 a.m.


Kingsway Dragons

9/2 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.

9/9 vs. Washington Township, 6 p.m.

9/16 at Vineland, 6 p.m.

9/23 vs. Delsea, 6 p.m.

9/30 vs. Eastern, 6 p.m.

10/7 at Clearview, 7 p.m.

10/14 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.

10/21 vs. Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.


Lenape Indians

9/4 at Wayne Valley, 1 p.m.

9/9 vs. Shawnee, 7 p.m.

9/16 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.

9/23 vs. Eastern, 7 p.m.

9/30 vs. Millville, 7 p.m.

10/7 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.

10/14 vs. St. Joseph Academy, 7 p.m.

10/21 at St. Augustine, 6 p.m.


Moorestown Quakers

8/26 vs. Burlington Township, 7 p.m.

9/2 vs. Cherry Hill East, 7 p.m.

9/9 vs. Northern Burlington, 7 p.m.

9/16 at Triton, 7 p.m.

9/23 at Oakcrest, 7 p.m.

9/30 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.

10/7 vs. Seneca, 7 p.m.

10/14 vs. Pemberton, 7 p.m.

10/21 at Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.


Paul VI Eagles

9/2 at Highland, 6 p.m.

9/9 at Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.

9/16 vs. Seneca, 7 p.m.

9/23 vs. Clayton, 7 p.m.

9/30 vs. Moorestown, 7 p.m.

10/8 at Northern Burlington, 2 p.m.

10/14 at Collingswood, 7 p.m.

10/21 vs. Triton, 7 p.m.

11/23 vs. Camden Catholic, 7 p.m.


Seneca Golden Eagles

9/2 at Sterling, 7 p.m.

9/9 at Triton, 6 p.m.

9/16 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.

9/23 at Hightstown, 7 p.m.

9/30 vs. Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.

10/7 at Moorestown, 7 p.m.

10/14 vs. Cinnaminson, 6 p.m.

10/21 vs. Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.

11/24 at Cherokee, 11 a.m.


Shawnee Renegades

8/26 at Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.

9/1 vs. Eastside, 6 p.m.

9/9 at Lenape, 7 p.m.

9/16 vs. Cherokee, 6 p.m.

9/24 at Winslow Township, 7 p.m.

9/30 vs. St. Augustine, 6 p.m.

10/7 vs. Millville, 6 p.m.

10/14 at Washington Township, 7 p.m.

10/21 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.


Washington Township Minutemen

8/27 vs. Toms River North at Ocean City, 1:30 p.m.

9/2 at Eastern, 6 p.m.

9/9 at Kingsway, 6 p.m.

9/16 at Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.

9/23 vs. Williamstown, 7 p.m.

9/30 vs. Vineland, 7 p.m.

10/8 at Winslow Township, 7 p.m.

10/14 vs. Shawnee, 7 p.m.

10/21 vs. Clearview, 7 p.m.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 3.
For more info on Suburban Family Magazine, click 
For information about advertising in Suburban Family Magazine, click 
To find out where to pick up your copy of Suburban Family Magazine, click