St. Joe’s Prep
It was during the last seven-on-seven drill of the summer and Clements wasn’t particularly sharp. That’s when Hawks’ coach Gabe Infante pulled Clements aside with a message.
The Pop Warner Pee Wee champion Blackhawks dedicated their new football field in North Philadelphia Monday afternoon.
St. Joseph’s Prep faces La Salle for the Catholic League Class AAAA title on Friday night at Northeast High School.
It hasn’t been easy for St. Joe’s Prep QB Jack Clements, taking over as the starting quarterback of a defending state champion.
We take a look at the 2014 high school football PIAA state contenders from the Philadelphia area.
Calpreps.com predicts St. Joe’s Prep will go 8-0 this season.
After the Blackhawks won the National “Pop Warner” Pee Wee championship in 2010, Mayor Nutter promised them a new place to play.
When you beat Dan Marino’s Alma Mater in the PIAA state championship game you earn respect.
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.
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.
There were plenty of shocks this weekend during the PIAA state championships, but Southeastern Pennsylvania was represented extremely well in St. Joseph’s Prep and Archbishop Wood.
Gabe Infante has done a number of things incredibly well in leading St. Joseph’s Prep to new terrain this season, reaching the PIAA Class AAAA state championship for the first time in school history.
On Saturday, St. Joe’s Prep Hawks won their first city football championship since 1977.
It came in a blink. Chris Martin spotted a flash of white out of the corner of his eye and the St. Joseph’s Prep quarterback promptly darted the ball in that direction.