The Panthers plan to play a junior-varsity schedule this season and next, with the goal of rebuilding the program and re-joining the West Jersey Football League as a full member in 2020.
After consecutive 6-4 seasons, the Tigers are determined to take the next step into South Jersey prominence and contend for both the division and sectional titles. They have the manpower to do it.
With a talented and experienced senior class, the Lancers are set to contend for the WJFL Liberty Division title and could make some noise in Non-Public 2 as well.
After winning 31 games and two SJ 2 titles in the previous three seasons, the Bulldogs were 6-4 in 2016. They look to get back to the top of the mountain in 2017.
The Eagles lost 23 seniors from a 12-0 team but should contend again for SJ 2 sectional and WJFL Colonial division titles.
The Indians look to build on their breakthrough season in 2016, when they went 11-1 and reached the sectional title game.
The super-conference will re-align again next season so this is the last year for the current division format.
The Tartans look to build on school-record nine wins a season ago behind small but talented senior class.
The Spartans look to bounce back from loss on final play of 2016 state championship game.
Tryka was one of the most respected coaches in area history, a member of the South Jersey Hall of Fame and the winningest coach in St. Joseph's High School history.
Official workouts begin Monday for many South Jersey football teams although in truth most of these guys have been getting after it all summer.
Put Norm Eavenson way, way up the list of important basketball figures in this region. His scouting reports reach 65 Division I schools.
This series is about those who have devoted themselves to hoops, playing or coaching it, observing it, analyzing it, organizing it, washing themselves in it.
A fight broke out in the fourth quarter as the Blue team earned a win in the 26th annual South Jersey showcase.