South Jersey High School Football Recap: Week 6

Delsea's soccer coach Sal Marchese talks to his players prior to the soccer game between Delsea and Camden played in Camden on Friday, September 27, 2019.

Delsea Regional High School football coach Sal Marchese is now the program’s all-time wins leader.

Marchese earned his 231st career win on Friday night as the Crusaders outscored Cedar Creek, 35-6. Marchese outclassed legendary Delsea manager John Oberg, who retired in 1993 with a record of 230-67-16.

Oberg, who died in May, and Marchese are the only two coaches who were ever on Delsea’s bench.

Marchese’s career record is now 231-81-1.

Delsea Regional High School football coach Sal Marchese (center) celebrates the 231st win of his career following a 35-6 win against Cedar Creek on Oct. 7, 2022. Marchese became the leader of program's all-time wins with the win.

Camden 7, Haddonfield 3: Taquan Brittingham made a 4-and-1 70-yard fake punt from the Panthers’ own 12-yard line with less than 3 minutes remaining to seal the victory Friday night.

The Panther defense stepped up again and again as they kept the Bulldawgs out of the end zone despite giving up four possessions in the red zone. Deante Ruffin’s 19-yard touchdown pass to Hamin Anderson late in the first half turned out to be the game winner.

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