St. Joseph’s Prep
St. Joseph’s Prep standout Jon Runyan Jr. is a finalist for Mr. PA Football 2014.
Gabe Infante has a profound impact on his players on and off the field.
St. Joe Prep’s John Reid is the 2014 high school football player of the year.
Archbishop Wood and St. Joseph’s Prep will both have the chance to repeat as State champions.
St. Joseph Prep’s left guard Shane Davis has been through a lot, to get to this point.
Pennsbury, The Prep and Archbishop Wood are the last three teams standing in Southeastern Pennsylvania playing meaningful games in December.
St. Joseph’s Prep senior defensive lineman Jake Strain wears No. 10, and he’s upholding the tradition well.
We’re approaching the first week of November and that means playoff time is nearing for the PIAA, and Philadelphia Catholic and Public Leagues.
By Joseph Santoliquito PHILADELPHIA, PA (CBS) — The “Boys-will-be-boys” era is passé, according to many area high school football coaches. Looking the other way is, too, according to many in lieu of the hazing incidents […]
The best area high school running back this season is Central Bucks South senior running back Josh Adams.
Pennsbury could be this year’s District 1 force to be reckoned with in high school football.
St. Joseph’s Prep looks to rebuild from their loss last week.
Anthony Russo of Archbishop Wood is leading the second-ranked high school football team in southeastern PA.
John Reid, the areas top high school football player, has chosen Penn State.
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.