High school soccer

The South Jersey Sports Report 11/15
Nine local high school football teams entered Friday night with hopes of winning playoff games.
Only three of those teams survived into Saturday.
Congratulations to Bridgeton and Buena, which join St. Joseph as the three remaining Cape-Atlantic League teams in the postseason (Hammonton still alive in …
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The Millville Thunderbolts were looking for redemption Friday night against Williamstown after last season's first round playoff loss.
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Spartans Win Big Game, but Lose QB
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Cape-Atlantic League Football Conferences Realign
The 2013 high school football season kicks off next month, but a few big changes are on the horizon for teams in the Cape-Atlantic League.
The C.A.L. has announced that it will realign its conferences for the 2014 and 2015 seasons, and will group schools with similar enrollments together...