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High School Top 10: Academy Park’s Defense Among The BestImhotep Charter (4-0) ranked as CBS Philly's top high school in the area for the week of October 2nd, 2015.
High School Football Preview: Imhotep Charter Can Make HistoryImhotep Charter could emerge as Pennsylvania's top high school football team.
Camden’s Ron Johnson Commits To MichiganLocal High School football player Ron Johnson commits to Michigan.
La Salle’s Kyle Shurmur Awarded PA Player Of Year By Maxwell ClubLa Salle's Kyle Shurmur wins Maxwell Club's Pennsylvania High School Player of the Year.
High School Top 10: Wood & St. Joe’s Prep Ready To Take State TitlesArchbishop Wood and St. Joseph's Prep will both have the chance to repeat as State champions.
St. Joseph Prep’s Shane Davis: Wrestling With Life After DeathSt. Joseph Prep’s left guard Shane Davis has been through a lot, to get to this point.
High School Top 10: Wood, Prep And Pennsbury Are Left StandingPennsbury, The Prep and Archbishop Wood are the last three teams standing in Southeastern Pennsylvania playing meaningful games in December.
High School Top 10: Why Pennsbury Will Win The District TitlePennsbury primed to win their first District 1 Class AAAA title since 2006.
Lehigh Valley Community Creates Victory On The Football Field For Student With Rare Genetic ConditionSalisbury High School’s football team didn’t win Friday’s game against Southern Lehigh, but it’s doubtful anyone will remember that. What they will remember is 16-year-old Tyler Strauss’ amazing touchdown moment.
High School Top 10: An Early Look At StatesWe’re approaching the first week of November and that means playoff time is nearing for the PIAA, and Philadelphia Catholic and Public Leagues.
High School Top 10: Taking Measures To Stop Hazing
Sayreville Board Of Education Votes To Suspend High School Football CoachesThe Sayreville board of education voted to suspend head coach George Najjar and four assistants with pay. School board president Kevin Ciak said that the suspensions were in accordance with policy due to the ongoing investigation and that no decisions had been made about the future employment of the coaches, none of whom has been charged with a crime.