ROBBINSVILLE — Sunday nights will be much-anticipated moments in New Jersey high school football this fall.
A look at where some of the Press-area athletes are headed to college.
Four Ocean City High School football players recently committed to continue their education and football career at the collegiate level.
Josh Coursey had a terrific senior season on the football field.
Two Lower Cape May Regional High School football players committed recently to continue their educations and football careers at NCAA Division III colleges in New Jersey.
The honors keep rolling in for the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.
The Atlantic City High School football team rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat Absegami 34-30 in a regular-season game Nov. 17, 2012.
Jamil Demby has an opportunity most college football players never get to experience: the chance to be chosen in the NFL draft.
Two Cedar Creek High school seniors signed a National Letter of Intent on Thursday to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Egg Harbor Township High School senior Maurice Sherrod ended his high school football career with a big splash last fall, rushing for nearly 500 yards and six touchdowns in a pair of wins for the Eagles, their only victories of the season.
Zack Donovan wants to be known as the most intense player on the football field.
ROBBINSVILLE — Some New Jersey high school football games could use video replay to review officials’ calls this season.
Cedar Creek High School defensive back Nazir Chapman will play NCAA Division II football at Kutztown University on a partial athletic scholarship next season.
Wildwood High School graduate Wes Hills will play his final season of eligibility with NCAA Division II Slippery Rock University football team this season.
Dave Ellen began his high school football coaching career in 1986.
Nazim Derry and Ahmad Jones took the next step in their football and academic careers Wednesday afternoon.
The so-called “holy wars” between the St. Joseph, Holy Spirit and St. Augustine Prep high school football teams will continue in 2018 and 2019.
Hammonton running back Sean Ryker first visited Stetson University in eighth grade when his older brother, Jonathan, went to the Florida school for a football recruiting camp.
Millville High School running back Clayton Scott will continue his football career on a full athletic and academic scholarship at Sacred Heart University in the fall.
The only person who calls Nah’Sir Morgan by his first name is his grandmother.
Holy Spirit High School senior offensive lineman Anthony Lord will play NCAA Division II football at Pace University on a full athletic scholarship.
MONROE — A pair of father and son high school football officials who walked off the field after members of one team knelt during the national anthem have resigned.
CHICAGO — An Illinois lawmaker is proposing a state ban on tackle football for children younger than 12 years old.
Malachi Timberlake’s final act as a high school football player lifted the Cedar Creek Pirates to the top of the South Jersey Group II mountain in 2015.
Oakcrest High School graduate and record-breaking running back Terrence Smith will finally get his chance to play NCAA Division I football at the University of San Diego after years of dedication to his athletics and academics.