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2023 High School Football Preview

by Staff

PLAYERS TO WATCH: Bishop Eustace is fortunate to welcome back a big-time difference-maker on each side of the ball. Senior defensive back Matt Kraft made the all-South Jersey and all-conference first teams after leading the state with 198 tackles and finishing second with eight interceptions. He also forced three fumbles and recovered four, and it will be exciting to see what he can accomplish in his final campaign before moving on to a college football career. Offensively, junior running back Mekhi Simmons followed up his promising rookie campaign with an even stronger sophomore season. He ran for 1,473 yards and five touchdowns to make the all-conference second team. Sophomore quarterback Jax Marshall is another key returner on offense who threw six TD passes and ran for three scores as a rookie. He should only get better with a year of experience under his belt. Kraft, senior Anthony Faiola and sophomore Jordan Hollingshead are top wide receivers, and veterans on the offensive line are seniors Dakota Rivera and Luca Zanghi and juniors Colin Reilly and Marlon Bundy. On defense, Simmons and Hollingshead join Kraft in the secondary and the linebacking unit is paced by Zanghi, Rivera, Faiola and sophomore Franco Iannone. Sophomore Noah Glenn is a contributor at defensive end.

OUTLOOK: The Crusaders made great strides in 2022, posting a 5-6 record for their most wins in a season since 2017. With a strong core in place, the next step is a winning campaign.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: Although Camden Catholic is coming off a rebuilding season, the good news is that a host of young players gained valuable varsity experience that should pay off this fall. Among that group is junior quarterback Mike Moritz, who showed promise as a sophomore, throwing four touchdown passes and adding five TDs on the ground. He will be protected by an offensive line led by senior Nelson Vidro, an all-conference second-team selection. Senior Jadyn Graves, junior Christopher Reyes and sophomore Sean O’Reilly are other returning starters in the trenches. Plenty of skill position players are also back, including junior running back Makai Bolden and sophomore running back Torey Jones. Senior wideout Luis Burgos and sophomore tight end Dan Leahy will provide leadership for a young receiving corps that is deep and talented. On the other side of the ball, junior defensive end Joel Amengatcher took a big step forward as a sophomore and was rewarded with all-conference second-team honors. He is joined up front by Vidro and junior Matthew Kilic, among others. Leahy and Burgos return at linebacker and the secondary is solid with Jones, Bolden, Burgos and Moritz all in the mix. Moritz made the all-conference first team at punter and Kilic has experience kicking.

OUTLOOK: Dwayne Savage stepped down as head coach after one season and was replaced by Wayne Gilliam II, a 2010 graduate of Camden Catholic who spent the past two years as an assistant at Paul VI. He will look to lead his alma mater to steady progress this fall following a 1-8 campaign in 2022.

Experience under center is always a plus, and Cherokee is fortunate to have a three-year starter at quarterback in senior Ryan Bender. He passed for nearly 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns last year and added 264 yards and six TDs with his legs despite missing several games with an injury. An all-conference second-teamer, he is currently in the recruiting process but is poised for a big final season before moving on to college. The Chiefs lost star running back Brandon Boria to an injury early last season, but the silver lining to that cloud was that it gave more opportunities to Kevin Pacan and Murad Campfield. Pacan, now a senior, rushed for 556 yards and scored five TDs, while Campfield, a junior, added 516 yards and three TDs. They should again form a nice duo with Boria now playing in college. Top wide receiver Cam Burti graduated, so seniors Trent Osborn (11 receptions, 238 yards, three TDs) and Tommy Pajic (eight catches, 77 yards, one TD) will look to step up along with senior tight end Jake Wood (nine receptions, 51 yards). Senior Zack Ott is a two-year starter on the offensive line and junior tackle Dylan Grau is another returner up front, while several other veterans are eager to earn their spots alongside them. The defense is led by seniors Leo Bluestein and Austin Lenart, who both made the all-conference second team. Bluestein, an outside linebacker/defensive end, had 65 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. Lenart, a middle linebacker, led the Chiefs with 128 tackles to go with three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Johnson and senior Louis Rhodes are other key linebackers, while backup quarterback Luke Brown and fellow senior Dante Harrison also contribute at the position. Experienced D-linemen include Ott and seniors Brody Wolfert and Naasir Oliver, and top players in the secondary are junior cornerback Evan Bryfogle (40 tackles, two interceptions) and senior safety Robbie Shultz (27 tackles). Pajic returns at kicker after making 32-of-36 extra points and 2-of-4 field goal attempts.

OUTLOOK: After finishing 5-6 with a berth in the sectional semifinals last year, the pieces are in place for Cherokee to post a winning record and contend for division and sectional titles.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: Cherry Hill East brings back a strong nucleus from its best team in more than a decade, starting with senior quarterback Ben Cohen, a three-year starter. He repeated as an all-conference first-team selection after throwing for 700 yards and eight touchdowns and running for 646 yards and 10 scores. Cohen’s favorite target will be junior tight end Jaxson Bowman, who had four TD catches to join his QB on the all-conference first team. Bowman has a number of Division I offers, including West Virginia and Temple. The Cougars have several talented running backs who will be vying for carries, including senior Brayden Peeler and junior Denzel Lee, and junior wide receiver Isaiah Donaldson will look to emerge in the passing game. Junior Zach Salsbery will also contribute at multiple positions; he went 3-1 filling in as the starting QB when Cohen had an injury that forced him to play running back. The offensive line is anchored by a pair of returning all-conference first-teamers: senior Darius Barlow and junior Aiden Stewart. Seniors Kevin Bradley, Nick Ramos, Troy Spencer, Jimmy Do and Jason Maldonado are other veterans up front, while junior Dom Tomasetti and sophomore Ona Pela have a chance to take a big step on both the offensive and defensive lines. The defense suffered big losses to graduation but has talented players on the line like Bowman (32 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, two sacks), Stewart (31 tackles, four sacks) and Barlow (24 tackles, two sacks, three forced fumbles). Senior Aidan Haddock is expected to be a defensive leader at linebacker, and juniors Sean Haney and Sean Jamison will look to earn starting roles at linebacker as well. The secondary is led by Peeler (43 tackles, one interception), an all-conference second-teamer. Senior Daniel Guzman and Donaldson are other defensive backs to watch. Sophomores Ryan Moyer, Cole Haddock, Keon Simmons, Kaden Arcaroli and Kyle Fisher hope to contribute at the skill positions on both sides of the ball.

OUTLOOK: The Cougars took a huge step forward last year and posted a 6-4 record for their first winning season since 2011. They have the potential to build on that momentum this fall.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: Cherry Hill West has a solid returning core led by senior Jordon DeJesus-Gonzalez, a key player on both sides of the ball who has been the Lions’ starting quarterback since his sophomore season but can play wide receiver on offense as well. Sophomore Hayden Baker also saw time under center as a rookie. Senior Nick Zuniga is back to lead the offensive line after making the all-conference second team, and senior Ben Quach joins him as a top veteran in the trenches. Sophomores Dominic Canzano and Colin Rorke add youthful energy up front. Running backs who will be vying for carries are junior Abdullah Johnson and sophomore Darrell Baldon. Juniors Jordan Berrios and Brandon Johnson and sophomore Storm McCrea, a transfer from Camden Catholic, are potential contributors at wide receiver, and tight ends to watch are senior Wynter Kelly, junior Asa McMillan and sophomore Ryan Breeze. DeJesus-Gonzalez was an all-conference first-team selection in the secondary and McMillan also saw time in the defensive backfield. Senior defensive tackle Ross Worlds is the team’s best pass rusher and is joined on the line by Zuniga, Canzano and senior JoNathan Valentin. Quach, Baldon, junior X’zavier Richardson and junior JoZyiah Brown are linebackers to keep an eye on. Johnson made the all-conference second team at punter and also served as the kicker in 2022.

OUTLOOK: The Lions went on a three-game winning streak in October last year to rebound from a slow start and ultimately finished 4-6 with a playoff appearance. They hope to get out of the gates quicker this fall and contend for a winning record.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: Clearview took its lumps during a rebuilding season in 2022, but should be much improved with many young players now understanding what it takes to compete at the varsity level. One player who has been doing that throughout his career is senior two-way lineman Matt Chinchillo, who made the all-conference first team on defense last year after being recognized for his play on offense the previous season. He will wreak havoc on opposing ball carriers and help protect his teammates on the other side of the ball, including junior Tyler Dell and sophomore Noah Danza, who both saw time as young quarterbacks last fall. Senior Nick Green is another quarterback who will battle for snaps. Several talented running backs are also back in the fold, including senior O’Brian Brown and juniors Sean Ralph Jr. and AJ Salerno. Possible contributors in the passing game are senior tight end Matt Babcock, junior wide receiver Todd Mills and sophomore wide receivers Bobby Branyon and Connor O’Mara. Along with Chinchillo, the defense is led by senior linebacker Jake Veytsman. Junior Mason Nate is a promising returner on the defensive line who should only get better as an upperclassman, and Babcock is another veteran up front. Dell is an experienced linebacker and the defensive backfield features Ralph and senior Tayshaun Bennett. Junior Tyler Zinkevich is back as the kicker.

OUTLOOK: The Pioneers went 1-8 against a challenging schedule last season, but it would not be surprising in the least to see them add a few wins and be much more competitive even in their losses this fall.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: Eastern went through some growing pains last fall but is excited to welcome back a promising core that includes junior quarterback Logan Dawson. He threw nine touchdown passes in his first year as the starter and will look to build on that foundation this season. He is joined on offense by a trio of talented running backs: senior Izzy Hernandez, who led the Vikings in rushing and made the all-conference second team, senior Jon Brennan and junior Jordon Masino, who scored five touchdowns. Senior tackle Miguel Maldonado, junior guard Jimmy Embrey and junior tackle Ryan Bracchi are returning starters on the offensive line, and junior wide receiver Dominic Passarella will look to emerge as a prime target for Dawson. Masino, an all-conference second-teamer at safety, and Hernandez, a three-year starter at linebacker, are leaders defensively along with Brennan, a linebacker and two-time captain. Junior defensive end Aidan Travaglini will be a factor on the line, and the secondary also includes returning starters Jalen Millevoix and Jayden Kersey, along with fellow junior Tristan Cephas, a projected starter at safety. Junior Connor Adams returns as the starting kicker.

OUTLOOK: The Vikings finished 1-8 in 2022 but were competitive in most of their losses. If they can find a way to pull out the close games, better times are ahead.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: The Rams found themselves a quarterback last year in Jack Mustaro, who seized control of the starting job as a sophomore and should be even better as a junior. An all-conference first-teamer, Mustaro has a gunslinger mentality and gives Gloucester Catholic confidence and athleticism at the most important position on the field. Although his favorite target, older brother RJ, graduated, he gets another top receiver back in senior Kyle Guldin, who made the all-conference first team. Senior running back and leading rusher AJ Kuc, an all-conference second-teamer, also returns. The offensive line is led by senior tackle Chris Hagan, a three-year starter, and senior guard Frank Keenan, who made the all-conference second team. Other contributors on offense include senior wide receiver Jett Wisdom and junior running backs Carlos Mendez, Jude Van Auken and Luca Bove. Hagan, a linebacker, and Van Auken, a safety, lead the defense after earning all-conference first-team accolades. Senior Nick Calzonetti is a key player at linebacker, Kuc also has experience at the position and Wisdom is a starter in the secondary. Bove, a defensive back, and Trevor Leone, a junior linebacker, are also in line for bigger roles on defense. The special teams are bolstered by the return of junior kicker/punter Michael Freeman, who flashed potential in both roles as a sophomore.

OUTLOOK: The Rams were much improved in 2022, as they rebounded from a winless season the year before, were in contention for a division championship and finished 5-6. There are several huge spots to replace but the talent is in place to vie for the program’s first winning record since 2017.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: Declan McCarthy, the son of longtime assistant coach Pat McCarthy, has grown up in the Haddonfield program and got his chance to shine last year as the starting quarterback. An all-conference second-teamer, he threw for over 1,200 yards and 17 touchdowns to go with four TD runs as a junior and has the potential to be one of South Jersey’s top QBs in his senior season. McCarthy will have plenty of help around him, including a pair of talented running backs in seniors Dominic Hahn and Charlie Klaus. Hahn made the all-conference first team after leading the Bulldawgs with 548 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns, while Klaus contributed as a runner and receiver, scoring seven TDs. Senior wide receiver Matt Zappetti and senior tight ends Patrick Ryan and Matt LaProcido are targets for McCarthy, while juniors Owen Ellery and Salvatore Bonizio add depth in the backfield and junior Alex Grimes is slated to be the starting fullback. The offensive line welcomes back three starters: right tackle Jack Tarditi, right guard Jameson Sweeney and left guard Justin Lovenduski, all seniors. Seniors Greg Flood and Nate Rohlfing are other experienced linemen ready for full-time roles. Ryan, a linebacker who made the all-conference second team, is back to pace the defense. He recorded 99 tackles, seven tackles for loss, a sack and an interception. Tarditi, Lovenduski, Rohlfing and McCarthy all contribute on the defensive line and the linebacker corps also includes LaProcido, Bonizio, Ellery and Grimes. Klaus and Hahn are key returners in the secondary, with Zappetti and senior Dawson Eliot also bringing back experience. Senior Blaise Coley returns as the punter and kicker.

OUTLOOK: The Bulldawgs went 7-3 in 2022 with a one-point loss to Gloucester in the sectional semifinals. This program always seems to put itself in contention, and this fall should be no different with McCarthy and Hahn leading the way.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: Kingsway suffered big losses to graduation, including two-year starting quarterback Nate Maiers, who threw 29 touchdown passes and ran for eight scores last year. But there is still a ton of talent left on the roster, starting with all-conference first-team selections Luke Van Brill and Benny Liles III, both seniors who will make life easier on the new QB. Van Brill, a tight end, hauled in 24 catches for 582 yards and nine TDs, while Liles had 29 receptions for 541 yards and nine scores of his own. He is receiving serious recruiting interest from a number of schools. Senior Tommy Popoff, who served as the backup QB last year, is in the running to take over as the starter, but whoever wins the job will be relying on Van Brill and Liles as playmakers. Seniors Neumann Rojas and Morrison Brathwaite are experienced running backs and senior Kyle Kupsey returns at fullback after making the all-conference second team. Veteran starters on the offensive line are senior Matthew Shields and junior Brady Whitzell, while junior Blake Birbilis will also look to make an impact in the trenches. He is 6-foot-5 and 285 pounds, and is being heavily recruited. Whitzell has also been a starter on the defensive line since his freshman season and made the all-conference second team last year after recording 34 tackles and 3.5 sacks. Kupsey contributes at defensive end and Van Brill leads a deep and athletic crop of linebackers that also includes junior Tommy DiPietro and senior Brady Williams. Senior corner Aiden Alexander is a top player in the secondary, and juniors Dominic Hibbs and Kyle Nordone will also contribute in the defensive backfield and at the offensive skill positions as well.

OUTLOOK: The Dragons have been on quite a roll as a program, as they went 7-4 last year and advanced to their third straight sectional championship game. There are key positions to fill on both sides of the ball, but the core is in place for another successful season.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: Six starters on each side of the ball are back from Lenape’s sectional final team, led by senior wide receiver/defensive back Michael LeMay. He had 19 catches for 234 yards and two touchdowns on offense last year but had even more of an impact on defense, where he recorded 113 tackles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries to make the all-conference first team. He is joined in the terrific secondary by three-year starter Choyce Coppin and Ryan Dickson, both seniors, and junior MJ Lincoln. Senior linebacker Riley Rodriguez and junior defensive lineman James Basinait are the other returning starters on defense. Senior defensive lineman Allen Monroe, senior linebackers Ethan Craig and Nasiem Grimes, and senior defensive back Victor Haines are other veterans on D. Offensively, senior Jaelin Mims returns at quarterback after throwing for 1,093 yards and nine touchdowns, and senior Ethan Adamiak adds depth at the position. The Indians must replace star running back Zyaire Goffney-Fleming and should have several backs competing for carries, including Lincoln, who started at wide receiver as a sophomore. Seniors Michael Citerone and Austin Long and junior Rashad Hawkins are key players in the trenches who will support the running game. Junior Ethan Blackburn is back as the kicker and punter.

OUTLOOK: Lenape’s 6-5 season included impressive wins over Millville and rival Cherokee and a trip to the Central Jersey, Group 5 championship game. The Indians expect to remain competitive in their league and make another playoff run this fall.


PLAYERS TO WATCH:  Quarterback and offensive line are two of the most important positions on the football field, and Moorestown is fortunate to welcome back standouts at each of them. Senior John Zolhman is a three-year starter at QB who threw for 1,098 yards and 12 touchdowns on his way to all-conference first-team honors last year despite missing two games with an injury. He throws a beautiful deep ball and is athletic enough to move around in the pocket when he needs to. One of his key blockers also returns: senior tackle Chris Gorman, who also made the all-conference first team. Senior Emilio Regino Prieto is another veteran up front. The Quakers graduated their leading rusher but have junior Luke Dengler ready to step in. He ran for 215 yards and scored four TDs as a sophomore. Junior Chase Caulder also contributes in the backfield and the passing attack is bolstered by senior wide receivers Rece Englehart and Aidan Steene and senior tight end Shane Ginley. Speaking of Ginley, he is a top returner on defense who made the all-conference first team at linebacker. Englehart and senior Grady Keebler are also part of the talented linebacking corps and the defensive line is stacked with the likes of Gorman, Regino Prieto, senior Joshua Ross and junior Josh Leath. Dengler made the all-conference second team at cornerback and Caulder contributes in the secondary as well. Senior Elias Diamantakos is back as the kicker and Zohlman handles the punting.

OUTLOOK: The Quakers finished with a 5-5 record and qualified for the playoffs last fall. Thanks to their veteran core, they have a chance to earn the program’s first winning record since 2017.


PLAYERS TO WATCH:  A strong nucleus led by senior quarterback Dom Santiago and four all-conference players has Paul VI heading into the season with high hopes. Santiago accounted for 1,200 yards and 15 total touchdowns despite missing three games with an injury and is poised for a big final season. He will have plenty of talent around him, including all-conference first-team wide receiver Christian Martin and running back Matt Morad, both seniors. Other top targets in the passing game are wide receivers Jamelle Brown, a senior, and Tyree Roane, a sophomore, while junior Savien Higgs is a playmaker who can contribute at multiple positions. Senior Kyle Smith and junior Elijah Wilson will get carries out of the backfield, and the offensive line is experienced as well, with three starters returning: senior Jacob Rambo and juniors Jaylen Bishop and Moe Keshen. Keshen, a force at defensive end, and Morad, a linebacker, both made the all-conference first team and lead the defense. Bishop is back on the defensive line, and linebackers to keep an eye on are Smith and Wilson. Brown, a safety, made the all-conference second team and is joined in the secondary by Martin, Roane and junior Austin Bailey.

OUTLOOK: On the heels of consecutive 7-3 seasons, the Eagles enter 2023 with expectations of contending in their division and heading back to the postseason.


PLAYERS TO WATCH:  Seneca may have graduated star quarterback Brayden Davis, but there is still a very good core returning from last year’s sectional finalist team. That includes Division I recruit Zac Fearon, a senior running back who ran for over 800 yards, had 30 catches and scored 16 touchdowns offensively last year. He will benefit from an offensive line that brings back four starters: senior Kenny Konopka, an all-conference second-teamer, along with seniors Anthony Fedeli and Matt Mellon and junior Trevor Dolezar. Senior Colin Walsh, who filled in for an injured Davis and led Seneca to a win over Highland in the sectional semifinals, could take over as the starting QB, while Anthony Tirico is a promising incoming freshman at the position. The receiving corps is strong thanks to senior Jason Sheairs, an all-conference second-teamer, and senior David Vacca, who each had three TD receptions, and senior tight end Kyle Stickel, who hauled in five TD catches. Junior running back Jamar Warthen is yet another weapon who will spell Fearon and make things happen in the passing game. Stickel, Warthen and Fearon all shine defensively as well and made the all-conference first team. Stickel, a defensive lineman, had 61 tackles and seven sacks, while Warthen registered 100 tackles, 17 tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries from his linebacker spot. Fearon, a defensive back, recorded 115 tackles and had five interceptions, three of which he returned to the house. Konopka and senior Greg Tatum contribute on the D-line and experienced linebackers are seniors Mark Richardson, Dean Konopka and Rudy Christopher, with sophomore Ayden Buchanan also hoping to have an impact. Walsh, Vacca and junior Jake Hasson return in the secondary.

OUTLOOK: The Golden Eagles are coming off one of the best seasons in program history, as they went 10-2 with a division championship and reached a sectional final for the first time since 2006. Replacing Davis at QB is a tall task but they have enough experience throughout the roster for another successful campaign.


PLAYERS TO WATCH:  Joe Papa took over as Shawnee’s starting quarterback last year as a junior and emerged as one of South Jersey’s best dual threats. He threw for 1,635 yards and 11 touchdowns and rushed for 808 yards and 14 scores to make the all-conference first team. Joining him in the backfield are senior Nick Rusinski (four TDs) and sophomore Tyler Nickels, who has tremendous speed and flashed a ton of potential in limited action as a freshman. Junior Tom Cusack and senior Ben Rickards add depth at running back. Senior tight end Liam Gilmore is the top target in the passing game, while senior wide receivers Bob Bruchansky and Jack Conners also hope to leave their mark. Junior left tackle Jake Thomas and senior left guard Andrew Johnson are returning starters on the offensive line. Gilmore, an outside linebacker, and senior Eric Bill, a three-year starter on the defensive line, are standouts on the other side of the ball. Junior John Prokapus III showed promise on the D-line and junior Mason Grabowski is a key returner at linebacker. Senior Dan Petitt and Rusinski will also contribute at linebacker, and experienced players in the secondary are senior Michael Pierson along with Nickels, Bruchansky, Conners and Rickards. Shawnee must find a replacement for all-conference kicker/punter Darren Wu.

OUTLOOK: The Renegades’ 6-5 season included a playoff win and a trip to the sectional semifinals. With Papa having a year of experience under his belt, he is primed for a big season and will look to keep his team competitive.


PLAYERS TO WATCH: The Washington Township offense brings back a host of playmakers led by senior quarterback Jared Dzierzgowski, a three-year starter, and senior running back Giuliano Scavetta, an all-conference first-teamer. Dzierzgowski is certainly capable of making plays with his arm, as he’s shown over the past two seasons, but he is even more dangerous as a runner. He rushed for 711 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2022 despite missing three games. Scavetta led the Minutemen with 823 yards on the ground and scored six total TDs. Top targets at wide receiver are senior Quentin Singleton, junior Dashawn Long and sophomore Darion Joyner, along with Jordan Potts, a senior transfer from Kingsway. The offensive line suffered key losses to graduation but is happy to bring back senior Dan Forcinito and welcome in junior Mitch Lando, a transfer from Paul VI. The secondary is a strength of the defense thanks to Dzierzgowski, an all-conference first-team selection; Long, a second-teamer; and Potts, who started at safety for Kingsway. Senior Gabe Mosco and junior Jack Schuck are other veteran defensive backs. Lando, senior Troy Molzon and sophomore Andrew Osborn will be important contributors on the defensive line, and linebackers to keep an eye on are junior Caleb Palaganas and Scavetta.

OUTLOOK: The Minutemen were competitive against a challenging schedule last year and finished 5-5 after a close loss to Marlboro in the first round of the playoffs. They are starting to develop consistency in the program and expect more success this fall.

All schedules subject to change; please check with schools before attending.

Bishop Eustace Crusaders
9/1 at Holy Cross, 7 p.m.
9/9 at Gloucester Catholic, 11 a.m.
9/15 vs. Wildwood, 7 p.m.
9/22 vs. Princeton, 7 p.m.
9/29 at Riverside, 7 p.m.
10/6 vs. Schalick, 7 p.m.
10/13 vs. Florence, 7 p.m.
10/20 at Lindenwold, 6 p.m.
11/23 at Collingswood, 10 a.m.

Camden Catholic Fighting Irish
9/1 at Timber Creek, 6 p.m.
9/8 vs. West Deptford, 7 p.m.
9/16 at Haddonfield, 6 p.m.
9/23 vs. Camden at Rutgers, 3 p.m.
9/29 vs. Sterling, 6 p.m.
10/7 at Haddon Heights, 11 a.m.
10/14 at Pennsauken, noon
10/20 vs. Mastery Charter, 7 p.m.
11/23 vs. Paul VI, 10 a.m.

Cherokee Chiefs
8/25 vs. Winslow Township, 6 p.m.
8/31 vs. Hammonton, 6 p.m.
9/8 at St. Augustine, 6 p.m.
9/14 vs. Shawnee, 6 p.m.
9/29 vs. Williamstown, 6 p.m.
10/6 at Lenape, 7 p.m.
10/13 at Kingsway, 6 p.m.
10/20 vs. Millville, 6 p.m.
11/23 at Seneca, 11 a.m.

Cherry Hill East Cougars
8/25 at Triton, 6 p.m.
9/1 vs. Moorestown, 4 p.m.
9/8 at Florence, 7 p.m.
9/14 at Holy Cross, 6 p.m.
9/22 at West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 7 p.m.
9/30 vs. Palmyra, 11 a.m.
10/7 at Princeton, 2 p.m.
10/13 at Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.
10/21 vs. Haddon Township, 11 a.m.

Cherry Hill West Lions
8/25 at Eastern, 6 p.m.
8/31 vs. Pennsauken, 6 p.m.
9/8 at Paul VI, 7 p.m.
9/15 vs. Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.
9/22 at Timber Creek, 6 p.m.
9/29 vs. Seneca, 6 p.m.
10/6 vs. Triton, 6 p.m.
10/13 vs. Cherry Hill East, 6 p.m.
10/21 at Moorestown, 1 p.m.

Clearview Pioneers
9/1 vs. Atlantic City, 6 p.m.
9/8 at Vineland, 6 p.m.
9/15 at Highland, 7 p.m.
9/22 vs. Egg Harbor Township, 6 p.m.
9/29 vs. Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.
10/6 at Kingsway, 6 p.m.
10/13 at Mainland, 6 p.m.
10/20 vs. Washington Township, 6 p.m.

Eastern Vikings
8/25 vs. Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.
9/1 at Washington Township, 6 p.m.
9/8 vs. Rancocas Valley, 6 p.m.
9/14 at Hammonton, 6 p.m.
9/22 vs. Lenape, 6 p.m.
9/29 vs. Kingsway, 6 p.m.
10/6 at Highland, 6 p.m.
10/14 at Trenton Central, 1 p.m.
10/20 vs. Timber Creek, 6 p.m.

Gloucester Catholic Rams
9/2 vs. Palmyra, 11 a.m.
9/9 vs. Bishop Eustace, 11 a.m.
9/15 at Lindenwold, 6 p.m.
9/30 vs. Wildwood, 11 a.m.
10/7 vs. Riverside, 11 a.m.
10/13 at Holy Cross, TBA
10/20 at Schalick, 7 p.m.
11/23 at Gloucester, 10 a.m.

Haddonfield Bulldawgs
8/25 vs. West Essex, 6 p.m.
9/1 vs. Paulsboro, 7 p.m.
9/16 vs. Camden Catholic, 6 p.m.
9/23 at Woodbury, 10:30 a.m.
9/29 vs. West Deptford, 7 p.m.
10/6 at Camden, 6 p.m.
10/13 vs. Woodstown, 7 p.m.
10/20 at Sterling, 7 p.m.
11/23 at Haddon Heights, 11 a.m.

Kingsway Dragons
8/25 vs. Egg Harbor Township, 6 p.m.
9/1 vs. Williamstown, 6 p.m.
9/8 at Washington Township, 6 p.m.
9/15 vs. Vineland, 6 p.m.
9/22 at Delsea, 7 p.m.
9/29 at Eastern, 6 p.m.
10/6 vs. Clearview, 6 p.m.
10/13 vs. Cherokee, 6 p.m.
10/20 at Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.

Lenape Indians
8/25 vs. Passaic Tech, 5 p.m.
8/31 at Winslow Township, 6 p.m.
9/8 vs. Shawnee, 7 p.m.
9/14 vs. Williamstown, 7 p.m.
9/22 at Eastern, 6 p.m.
9/29 at Millville, 6 p.m.
10/6 vs. Cherokee, 7 p.m.
10/13 at St. Joseph, 6 p.m.
10/20 vs. St. Augustine, 7 p.m.

Moorestown Quakers
8/25 at Burlington Township, 7 p.m.
9/1 at Cherry Hill East, 4 p.m.
9/8 at Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.
9/14 vs. Triton, 7 p.m.
9/22 vs. Oakcrest, 7 p.m.
9/29 vs. Paul VI, 7 p.m.
10/6 at Seneca, 7 p.m.
10/14 at Pemberton, noon
10/21 vs. Cherry Hill West, 1 p.m.

Paul VI Eagles
8/26 at St. Thomas Aquinas, TBA
9/1 vs. Highland, 6 p.m.
9/8 vs. Cherry Hill West, 7 p.m.
9/15 at Seneca, 7 p.m.
9/29 at Moorestown, 7 p.m.
10/6 vs. Northern Burlington, 7 p.m.
10/13 vs. Collingswood, 7 p.m.
10/20 at Triton, 6 p.m.
11/23 at Camden Catholic, 10 a.m.

Seneca Golden Eagles
8/31 vs. Sterling, 7 p.m.
9/8 vs. Triton, 7 p.m.
9/15 vs. Paul VI, 7 p.m.
9/22 vs. Hightstown, 7 p.m.
9/29 at Cherry Hill West, 6 p.m.
10/6 vs. Moorestown, 7 p.m
10/13 at Cinnaminson, 6 p.m.
10/20 at Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.
11/23 vs. Cherokee, 11 a.m.

Shawnee Renegades
8/25 vs. Northern Burlington, 6 p.m.
9/2 at Eastside, noon
9/8 at Lenape, 7 p.m.
9/14 at Cherokee, 6 p.m.
9/22 vs. Winslow Township, 6:45 p.m.
9/29 at St. Augustine, 6 p.m.
10/6 at Millville, 6 p.m.
10/13 vs. Washington Township, 6 p.m.
10/20 vs. Williamstown, 6 p.m.

Washington Township Minutemen
8/25 vs. Mainland, 10 a.m.
9/1 vs. Eastern, 6 p.m.
9/8 vs. Kingsway, 6 p.m.
9/14 vs. Holy Spirit, 6 p.m.
9/22 at Williamstown, 7 p.m.
9/29 at Vineland, 7 p.m.
10/6 vs. Winslow Township, 6 p.m.
10/13 at Shawnee, 6 p.m.
10/20 at Clearview, 6 p.m.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 2.
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