St. Joe’s Prep
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.
You may have to excuse St. Joseph Prep’s coach Gabe Infante if he doesn’t get overly vocal if his team gets down early tonight against archrival La Salle, in a Catholic League Class AAAA showdown at 7 p.m. at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.
There’s going to be another quarterback playing in the huge Catholic League Class AAAA showdown Friday at 7 p.m. when La Salle hosts arch rival St. Joe’s Prep at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.
If Coatesville stellar senior Daquan Worley had his choice, he’ll be a cornerback when he arrives at Penn State next summer. In the meantime, the Penn State-commit continues to do something he’s been doing since he first touched a football, and that’s running through defenses and scoring touchdowns.
There is a little misconception that continues about Pennsylvania high school football that the best talent and better teams are located on the western side of the state.
It’s August and already St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante is up against an unwinnable battle: It will hard keeping his team from wandering onto websites, Twitter and text feeds, chat rooms and Facebook pages without reading all of the good things that are expected from the Hawks this season.
There’s been a lot of concern about concussions in sports lately, especially football. So, a local high school coach led a clinic Saturday, giving other coaches a “heads up.”
Members of the High School class of 2013 offered their perspective on the future as they get set to move on to the next chapter’s in their life.
The next test for students at St. Joseph’s Prep school won’t require a pen and paper – it’ll take a single strand of hair.
La Salle takes on nationally ranked St. Joseph’s Prep at 7 p.m. at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School
For one hundred local high schoolers, summer in the city means an internship at Philadelphia City Hall. The program got underway with a greeting from the mayor.
A local group is working to open up a private, nonprofit Catholic high school in the fall of 2012 in a former church in the Logan section of North Philadelphia.