High School Football
Brothers and seniors Christian and Collin DiGalbo lead Bonner-Prendergast into the 2014 season.
We take a look at the 2014 high school football PIAA state contenders from the Philadelphia area.
HS Football player Johncarlo Valentin of Imhotep Charter might just be Philly’s next big star.
Imhotep Charter is looking to erase the stigma of a loss last December in the PIAA Class AA state championship game.
Calpreps.com predicts St. Joe’s Prep will go 8-0 this season.
This looks like the year of the repeat. Perhaps no area in the state has as potent a one-two power punch of teams as does Southeastern Pennsylvania in St. Joseph’s Prep and Archbishop Wood.
We’ve ranked the top 10 high school football players in Southeastern, Pennsylvania.
Analyzing data, Washington Post columnist suggests more vigorous learning at high schools that don’t field a football team.
Archbishop Wood stars Jake Cooper and Ryan Bates figure to have it a little easier than a lot of Division I-caliber stars, since the two made a decision that sets their future.
Southeastern Pennsylvania and South Jersey have been fertile grounds for major college football programs, but a growing trend has emerged over the last few years, and that’s more college recruits staying home and deciding to play their college football at home, for Temple or Villanova.
Since he arrived as head football coach at St. Joseph’s Prep, Gabe Infante’s goal has always been to shed a national spotlight on the program.
Around this time every two years, some area football coaches find their knees quaking a little, as the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, or PIAA, the governing body of high school sports in the state, reclassifies its schools across the state based on student size.
On Thursday evening, Jan. 9, at the Drexelbrook Catering Ballroom in Drexel Hill, Delaware County, the prestigious Maxwell Football Club will host one of the top galas in the area honoring high school football, when the club presents the top 54 seniors with the Mini Max Awards.
For a second there, it was as if he was a wide-eyed freshman walking through the halls of St. Joseph’s Prep again. He was excited, emotionally invested and had no trouble proclaiming a special day for his alma mater.
John Reid was a maroon blur that seemingly came from nowhere. Neshaminy speedster D’Andre Pollard thought he had a clear path to the end zone for a 21-yard touchdown in the PIAA Class AAAA state semifinals. Or so it looked.