Ocean City’s Thanksgiving Game with Pleasantville Off, Will Face Williamstown
The 2020 high school football season has seen it fair share of changes for the Ocean City football team.
The Red Raiders (6-1) were supposed to face Camden on Friday night in a WJFL Pod B title game, but the Panthers were unable to make the trip to Carey Stadium and instead Ocean City faced North Jersey power DePaul Catholic.
The Red Raiders fought hard, before falling 49-22.
Next up, Ocean City was supposed to head to Pleasantville to renew their Thanksgiving day rivalry with the Greyhounds. However, the Greyhounds were forced to back out of the game due to COVID concerns around the football team, so Ocean City will now host 2020 WJFL Pod C champion Williamstown (5-2).
Williamstown knocked off St.Augustine on Friday night, 6-0 after falling to the Hermits in overtime a few weeks ago.
The game will be played Wednesday night at Carey Stadium.
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