High School Football
The Philadelphia Eagles are in the midst of a five-game losing streak captivated by the low point of their season… losing at Cincinnati by the score of 32-14. It wasn’t as close as the score indicated. At one point they looked up at the scoreboard in Paul Brown Stadium in the 3rd quarter and the score read 29-0. Ouch!
The goal every year is the same for St. Joe’s Prep coach Gabe Infante: Play into December.
It’s what the Hawks have been doing quite often over the last five years, and it’s that standard of sustained success that enables St. Joe’s Prep to top Footballstories 2016 season finale Top 20 list, out-distancing Public League powerhouse Imhotep Charter and Archbishop Wood, Prep’s Catholic League rival, for the top spot.
High School football rivalry games bring out emotions that run the gamut of emotions.
Win, and you are walking on air for weeks. Lose and the feeling reach deep into your gut.
Lose on a blocked punt with time running out in the fourth quarter and the defeat burns through the heart even deeper.
That’s what happened to Interboro on Thanksgiving Day when the Bucs dropped a heart-breaking decision to crosstown adversary Ridley 29-22.
Timber Creek named Footballstories Team Of The Year for South Jersey.
Lenape, St. Augustine, Camden Catholic also enjoy terrific seasons.
Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz talks to reporters following the Eagles 17-9 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Lincoln Financial Field.
High School football camps are opening this week all across South Jersey and the expectations are starting to brew. Behind every high school, on the field, thousands of young teens will endure two grueling weeks of torture they will hate but never forget. All will have visions of glory, winning and championship trophies. Here is […]
How do you improve on perfection? That’s the obstacle facing Imhotep Charter’s new coach, Mark Schmidt, the former Neshaminy coaching legend who was on the Imhotep staff under previous Panthers’ head coach Albie Crosby last year.
Dr. McMillan is an orthopedic sports medicine specialist, and one of the nation’s few doctors performing reverse total shoulder replacement surgery. He is Fellowship-trained in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, hip, and knee.
Dr. McMillan is the Chief of Orthopedics and Director of Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County.
Additionally, he is an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Rowan University- School of Osteopathic Medicine (RU-SOM).
A shorter version of all those credentials might read: Dr. McMillan loves sports and treating people passionately and wanted to make an impact in athletics and treatment from an early age.
Penn State field hockey All-American and coach and football standout kicker will be inducted on Saturday, Oct. 22 ceremony
Certainly Eli Apple’s upbringing and overall maturity was certainly attractive enough for Big Blue to pick him at a spot that many observers thought was a little early for the 6-foot-1, 198-pounder.
Teams today are so concerned about character and stability that when a talented player like Apple who has grasped the right values and common sense, you take him. The Giants did that with Apple