2013 was an off year for one of South Jersey's top high school football programs.

Coming off a Group V state championship in 2012, four losses was not how Williamstown expected to follow up in 2013.

Williamstown has been at the top team in one of the West Jersey Football League, and perhaps the state's toughest high school football groupings, the American Division. The task of remaining at the top of the division shouldn't change this year either.

Perhaps the biggest loss is that of running backs Marques Little and John Chamberlin, who together amassed over 2,000 yards on the ground and more than 20 touchdowns for their careers.

NJ.com's Austin Odenbrett spoke with Williamstown head coach Frank Fucetola about the new era for the Braves and how they're planning on building off of what they learned last year.

We know we have the skill guys like previous years. We didn’t like how we played last year, it was a disappointment. We’re going to try to pick it up this season.

Fucetola says his team looked sluggish last year, something he knows they'll have to address before the season starts, if Williamstown is to regain its 2012 dominance.

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