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Football: Week One schedule

Football: Week One schedule

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By Phil Anastasia

Week One of the South Jersey football season will be spread over three days, as many teams will open Thursday, Sept. 12 to account for the Jewish Holiday of Yom Kippur.

Among the best games on Thursday will be Shawnee at Kingsway in WJFL National action; Washington Twp. at Eastern in WJFL American and Willingboro at Burlington Township in the WJFL Patriot.

Friday night, Sept. 13 features Hammonton at Holy Spirit and St. Joseph at Absegami in a key Cape American clashes as well as Timber Creek at Camden Catholic in the WJFL Constitution.

The action on Saturday, Sept. 14 will include Glassboro at Penns Grove in the WJFL Diamond, Delsea at Camden in the WJFL Royal and Woodbury at Haddon Heights in a Colonial cross-over game.

The full Week One schedule:

Thursday, Sept. 12

Lawrence at Pemberton, 3

Williamstown at CHE, 330

WWPN at RV, 330

Willingboro at BT, 6

Wash Twp. at Eastern, 6

Lenape at Cherokee, 7

PVI at Cherry West, 7

Seneca at Moorestown, 7

Palmyra at Maple Shade, 7

Robbinsville at Bordentown, 7

Ewing at Cinnaminson, 7

Shawnee at Kingsway, 7

Princeton at NBC, 7

Audubon at Haddonfield, 7

Pleasantville at Mainland, 7

Friday, Sept. 13

Oakcrest at EHT, 4

St. Joe at Absegami, 7

AC at Millville, 7

Hammonton at Holy Spirit, 7

LC May at Bridgeton, 7

Vineland at Buena, 7

Ocean City at Cedar Creek, 7

St. Augustine at Middle Twp., 7

Pitman at Gloucester, 7

Salem at Pennsville, 7

Timber Creek at Camden Catholic, 7

Gloucester Catholic at Schalick, 7

Highland at Woodstown, 7

Riverside at Burlington City, 7

New Egypt at Florence, 7

Holy Cross at Delran, 7

Winslow at Clearview, 7

Deptford at Cumberland, 7

Collingswood at Lindenwold, 7

West Deptford at Gateway, 7

Haddon Twp. at Sterling, 7

Saturday, Sept. 14

Paulsboro at Overbrook, 11

Glassboro at Penns Grove, 12

Triton at Pennsauken, 12

Bishop Eustace at Woodrow Wilson, 12

Delsea at Camden, 12

Wildwood at Clayton, 1

Woodbury at Haddon Heights, 1

 

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Born and raised in South Jersey, Phil Anastasia prefers standing on the sidelines at high school football games on Friday nights to sitting in the press box at Eagles games on Sunday afternoons. He’s a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in English. Reach Phil at panastasia@phillynews.com.

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