Calendar   Varisty Football Schedule

  Week of 9/17

Calendar   JV Football Schedule

     Week of 9/17
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Coach   Head Coach

Sal Marchese
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roster   Roster

First Name Last Name Grade Level
Ricardo  Bangura  12
Quaysan  Battles  12
 Aidan  Borguet  12
 Jared  Castro  12
 Kishawn  Fentress  12
 Keison  Fowler  12
 Kevin  Gilliano  12
 Davonne  Moore  12
 Colin  Poisker  12
 Jon  Stokes  12
 James  Vargo  12
 Dyshon  Benson  11
 Nigel  Berry  11
 Tyvon  Dawkins  11
 Shaikyi  Hannah  11
 Tygen  Johnson  11
 Richard  Kurezeski  11
 Damir  Lomax  11
 Louis  Nacke  11
 Jake  Nwosu  11
 Trever  Rodgers  11
 Janai  Ross  11
 Cameron  Sampson  11
 Xavier  Scott  11
 Ronald  Singletary  11
 Jake  Smith  11
 Charles  Starr  11
 Dylan   Tompson  11
 Khiyon  Willis  11
 Jalen  Wright  11
 Gaven  Vecchione  11
 Granville  Brackett  10
 Tyron  Dawkins  10
 Ricky  Garron  10
 Luca  Gebhard  10
 Nazir  Gillam  10
 Andre  Grant  10
 Ryan  Hicks  10
 Vincent  Lacarte  10
 Joseph  Metzger  10
 Julian  Ortiz  10
 Teddy  Weaver  10
 Tyler  Welch  10
 Dominic  Colantuono  10
 Michael  Bartholetti  10

Headlines and News

N.J. football's 50 winningest active head coaches in 2018

Another coach who's spent his entire career at his alma mater, Marchese and legendary coach John Oberg are the only two coaches in the program's history. Under Marchese, the Crusaders have dominated South Jersey Group 3 in recent years with five titles in the last six seasons. They also won in 2000 and 2005, as well as claiming back-to-back South Jersey Group 2 titles in 2008 and 2009.


The 75 best players in N.J. HS football for 2018

Delsea's Aidan Bourget is ranked number 8 in all of NJ. The Harvard commit broke out last season, beginning the year with a 354-yard performance against Timber Creek and finishing with a school-record 2,208 yards and 31 overall touchdowns as he led Delsea to a fifth sectional title in six years.


After 2,000-yard season, Delsea's Aidan Borguet ready for more

Aidan Borguet became a household name in South Jersey football circles. At the end of the year, Borguet had a school-record 2,208 yards and led the Crusaders to the South Jersey Group 3 championship, earning second-team all-state and South Jersey Times Offensive Player of the Year honors. After all of this he is still hungry for more. Borguet’s big season generated some FBS interest, including an offer from Rutgers. But he said he is firm with Harvard, a place he feels he can achieve all his goals – including making it to the NFL, where his grandfather was a defensive lineman for the Baltimore Colts.



Results (1-1)

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 0 0 6 6 12
West Deptford 14 6 0 7 27
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 0 0 0 0 21
Willingboro 0 0 0 0 6
Box Score