According to a tweet from the Philadelphia Inquirer's high school reporter, Phil Anastasia, the NJSIAA has proposed separating non-public schools into their own football conference in 2016.

This will go to general vote in December.

So what does this mean to South Jersey high school football?

Holy Spirit would no longer be competing for
Cape-Atlantic League American and National conference titles, and the public schools would no longer have to compete with the non-public schools who can draw from a much bigger geographical area.

West Jersey Football League and Cape-Atlantic League no longer playing in one conference. They would simply be separated from the public schools.

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