Burlington Twp.’s Tom Maderia is Brooks-Irvine Football Club’s Coach of the Year

The veteran coach led the Falcons to a 10-1 record and the West Jersey Football League's Liberty Division title.

Judge reinstates Atlantic City basketball coach Gene Allen for entire season

"Mr. Allen, good luck to you," Superior Court Judge Michael Blee told Coach Gene Allen after awarding the heralded basketball coach an unusual but decisive court victory.

Judge reinstates Atlantic City basketball coach Gene Allen for entire season

"Mr. Allen, good luck to you," Superior Court Judge Michael Blee told Coach Gene Allen after awarding the heralded basketball coach an unusual but decisive court victory.

St. Joseph’s Jada Byers is Inquirer’s South Jersey football offensive player of the year

The speedy junior led South Jersey with 35 touchdowns and powered the Wildcats to the Non-Public 2 state title.

St. Joseph’s Jada Byers is Inquirer’s South Jersey football offensive player of the year

The speedy junior led South Jersey with 35 touchdowns and powered the Wildcats to the Non-Public 2 state title.

South Jersey defensive player of the year: Williamstown’s Aaron Lewis finds his niche on the line

The junior defensive lineman was a dominant disruptive force for the Group 5 champions.

South Jersey defensive player of the year: Williamstown’s Aaron Lewis finds his niche on the line

The junior defensive lineman was a dominant disruptive force for the Group 5 champions.
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South Jersey football coach of the year: Haddonfield’s Frank DeLano

After a 13-0 season at Haddonfield, DeLano is The Inquirer's South Jersey football coach of the year.

All-South Jersey football first, second and third teams

Players of the Year Jada Byers of St. Joseph and Aaron Lewis of Williamstown lead this year's All-South Jersey football teams.

Carly Stroemel expects to do it all for Paul VI girls’ basketball

Stroemel learned the game from her father, Russ, a well-known presence in South Jersey basketball circles.

Williamstown’s Wade Inge, J.C. Collins formed dynamic duo

"Those guys, they took their lumps and they never backed down," Williamstown coach Frank Fucetola said.

Woodrow Wilson’s Nick Kargman finishes career with bevy of passing records

The senior quarterback ranks No. 1 all time in South Jersey in single-season passing yards, single-game passing yards and single-game touchdown passes, among other marks.

Haddonfield football finishes No. 1 in final rankings

The Bulldawgs, who went 13-0, are the first Group 2 program to land at the No. 1 spot in the final rankings since Moorestown in 2000.

St. Joseph’s Jada Byers finishes as leader with 35 touchdowns

Woodrow Wilson's Nick Kargman led the way with 41 touchdown passes.

Shawnee falls just short against Long Branch

The Renegades fell, 20-17, in the South/Central Group 4 Bowl Game, giving one of the state’s most highly regarded teams all it could handle.

Davis Smith powers Haddonfield past Hillside in Bowl Game at MetLife Stadium

The senior's dazzling punt return for touchdown was the highlight of Haddonfield's victory in a battle of unbeatens in the Group 2 South/Central Bowl

Woodrow Wilson falls to Rumson-Fair Haven in Group 3 Bowl Game

Quarterback Nick Kargman set a few more passing records, but the Tigers lost to the Central Jersey champions at MetLife Stadium

Jada Byers, Ahmad Ross power St. Joseph past Holy Spirit in Non-Public 2 title game

The junior running back and sophomore fullback combined for six touchdowns as the Wildcats won their ninth state title in the last 10 seasons.

St. Joseph’s Ahmad Ross shows great growth in Non-Public Group 2 championship game

Ross had opened and ended the scoring and contributed three touchdowns in the Wildcats 41-22 win.

South Jersey championship football: By the numbers

Facts and figures of note as St. Joseph, Holy Spirit, Woodrow Wilson, Haddonfield and Shawnee prepare to take the MetLife Stadium field for the final weekend of the football season.

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