Calendar   Varisty Football Schedule

April 10, 2018
  • Season Completed(State Champions)

Calendar   JV Football Schedule

Mon, Oct. 30, 2017
  • Finished

Coach   Head Coach

Sal Marchese

roster   Roster

First Name Last Name Grade Level
Robert Brooks 12
Khaliel Burnett 12
Nicholas Caudill 12
Nathaniel Cox 12
Max Crawford 12
Stephen Forbes 12
William Goldsborough 12
Larry Holdcraft 12
Kenyon Jones 12
Jim Kimmel 12
Tymir Kizee 12
Mason Maxwell 12
Tom Maxwell 12
Aziz Saud 12
William Sneathen 12
Joesph Travers 12
NaJeer Wilson 12
Aiden Borget 11
Jared Castro 11
Trust Cooper 11
Kishawn Fentress 11
Keison Fowler 11
Kevin Gilliano 11
Jhamir Malloy 11
Alex Plefka 11
Joe Plefka 11
Colin Poisker 11
Jon Stokes 11
Nigel Berry 10
Zachary Coates 10
Tyvon Dawkins 10
Darius Goldsborough 10
Shaiki Hannah 10
Richard Kurczeski 10
Damir Lomax 10
Jake Nwosu 10
Trevor Rogers 10
Cameron Sampson 10
Xavier Scott 10
Ronald Singletary 10
Jake Smith 10
Zach Smith 10
Joe Plefka 10
Charles Starr 10
Khiyon Willis 10
Jalen Wright 10

Headlines and News

Delsea is the South Jersey Times Football Team of the Year

The Delsea Regional High School football team was hungry to win a fourth straight South Jersey Group 3 title in 2015, wanting to send out its seniors with a championship in every season of their careers. While the goals stayed the same last year, veteran coach Sal Marchese saw less intensity and more sense of entitlement, feeling the Crusaders were no longer hungry but complacent. While they made it back to a fifth straight final, the championship run ended with a thud in a 20-7 loss to Wall, capping a less-than-satisfactory 7-5 season.


Delsea's Aidan Borguet is the South Jersey Times Offensive Football Player of the Year

Delsea Regional High School junior Aidan Borguet started the year with 354 yards against powerhouse Timber Creek – a game the Crusaders actually lost 39-36. But it was a sign of things to come for both Borguet and Delsea. Borguet ran for a school-record 2,208 yards and Delsea captured the South Jersey Group 3 championship for the fifth time in six seasons.


Football: Delsea recovers from rocky start, finishes in familiar spot as Team of the Year

The squad traveled a different and unfamiliar route, but by season’s end, the Delsea Regional High School football team still found itself in a familiar spot. The Crusaders finished atop the South Jersey Group 3 mountain, claiming their fifth sectional title in six years thanks to a 29-28 win over Woodrow Wilson in the final on Dec. 2..


The Final 50:'s 2017 year-end high school football rankings

Before the season kicked off on Aug. 31, we offered our preseason Top 20 to get you ready for the 2017 high school football season. And every week we reacted to another round of exciting high school football and the changes they brought to the state of New Jersey. And when the lights were turned out at Rowan University on Saturday after the last championship game of the year, the resumes of every team in the state were complete.


Sal Marchese wins 200th game as No. 13 Delsea rallies to beat Woodrow Wilson, 29-28, in SJG3 final

The Delsea Regional High School football team made two defensive stops in the final minutes to preserve a thrilling 29-28 victory over Woodrow Wilson in the South Jersey Group 3 championship game Saturday. Tymir Kizzee intercepted a tipped pass at the 1-yard line with 4:45 to play and after a fumble on a 32-yard completion gave Wilson the ball back at the Delsea 32, Shaikyi Hannah deflected a fourth-down pass intended for Travon King with 3:47 left and the Crusaders ran out the clock.


Football: Maxwell and Delsea snap Timber Creek's 25-game streak, head to Rowan

GLOUCESTER TWP. - They screamed to the heavens, to each other, to the stands. Hugs and face-down players on the clods of sod and divots across the hashmarks. The scene and its buildup, bound for an expansive chapter in the lore of a football program so steeped in it. Red and white and the streak’s all over. Delsea High School’s football team – behind an unbelievable 34-point second half – took down Timber Creek here on Friday night, 41-30.


Delsea stuns No. 4 Timber Creek, ends Chargers' 25-game winning streak

The Delsea Regional High School football team rallied from a 23-7 second-half deficit to stun No.4 Timber Creek, 41-30, in a South Jersey Group 3 semifinal on Friday night. The win sends the Crusaders to the Group 3 final for the sixth straight year and ends Timber Creek’s 25-game winning streak and run of two straight sectional championships and six straight trips to a final. Timber Creek won the last two South Jersey Group 4 finals


Delsea rolls past Ocean City in 54-36 win

The Delsea Regional High School football team took the first step on its road to redemption Friday night. The fourth-seeded Crusaders rolled past No. 5 Ocean City, 54-36, in the opening round of the NJSIAA Group III South playoffs at John A. Oberg Field. Delsea will face top-seeded Timber Creek on the road in the semifinals, which will provide a chance for the Crusaders to avenge an opening-week loss.


Delsea football wins a wild one, 56-34 over Ocean City in SJ, 3 opener

Aidan Borguet came up with a great way to stay warm on a very chilly Friday night: Run up and down a football field. The stout 5-10, 195-pound Delsea junior tailback was nearly unstoppable, pounding and turning through the Ocean City defense for three touchdowns and 237 yards rushing.


Football - 2017 NJSIAA South, Group 3 Playoffs


Borguet's 205 yards, five TDs plus strong defense lead Delsea football past Woodrow Wilson

As a junior linebacker on the Delsea football team, Keison Fowler’s responsibilities usually do not entail dropping into coverage for most of the game. But with Woodrow Wilson’s high-powered passing attack paying a visit on Friday night, Fowler knew his role would have to change – and he responded with one of the biggest games of his career.


Aidan Borguet runs wild in second half as Delsea football defeats Kingsway

By no means did Aidan Borguet have a quiet first half on Friday night. There was just so much going on that it was difficult to notice him. That all changed in the third quarter, as the junior running back exploded for 172 yards and three touchdowns in the period to help the Delsea football team break open a close game on its way to a 49-32 win over Kingsway in West Jersey Football League inter-division action.


Holy Spirit football outlasts Delsea in overtime

Josh Zamot threw four touchdown passes, including one with 25 seconds to play and a two-point tying conversion, then ran for the winning score in overtime as Holy Spirit rallied for a 43-35 win over Delsea on Friday night.


VOTE NOW for the South Jersey Times Football Game of the Week 4

The first three selections of the South Jersey Times Game of the Week poll have been stellar with all three games finishing as one-possession contests.


Delsea, Freehold Borough forfeit football victories for using ineligible players

The Delsea Regional High School and Freehold Borough football teams will each have to forfeit a win for use of an ineligible player, NJSIAA assistant director Jack DuBois confirmed on Thursday.


Delsea survives late flurry, holds on for 28-20 win over Cedar Creek

The Delsea High football team survived a flurry of late touchdowns by Cedar Creek. The Pirates pulled within one score with 1:34 left but could not get the onsides kick as the Crusaders held on for a 28-20 victory Friday night at John A. Oberg Field.


Timber Creek edges Delsea as last-second field goal hits post

Fans barely had time to settle in with their hot dogs and sodas before the fireworks started exploding at Timber Creek High School on Friday night. For a while, it seemed like they’d never stop.


Offensive line hopes to put No. 14 Delsea back on top

In many places, a trip to the sectional championship game would mark success. Franklin Township isn’t most places. Not when it comes to football. The measure of a team at Delsea High School is established by title wins.


Training camp 101: Delsea

The Crusaders are coming off a “down year” by their lofty standards, even though they made the S.J. Group 3 title game. But the team finished 7-5 and dropped that championship game to Wall by a 20-7 score at Rowan University. That loss snapped a remarkable streak of four consecutive sectional titles, the most in South Jersey history by a program above the Group 1 level. This year’s team is angling to return to Rowan and bring the trophy back to Franklinville but a lot will depend on the development of several talented but inexperienced sophomores and juniors.


Results (7-3)

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 7 8 7 7 29
Woodrow Wilson 0 14 14 0 0
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 0 7 20 14 41
Timber Creek 7 9 7 7 30
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 14 14 16 12 56
Ocean City 7 13 6 8 34
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 19 30 0 0 49
Clearview 0 0 7 7 14
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 7 7 15 14 43
Woodrow Wilson 0 6 0 6 12
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 7 14 14 7 42
Eastern 0 0 0 0 0
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 14 7 28 0 49
Kingsway 13 6 0 13 32
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 14 21 7 0 42
Cherry Hill East 0 0 0 7 7
Box Score

1 2 3 4 OT Final
Delsea 6 10 11 8 0 35
Holy Spirit 0 13 8 13 8 43
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 14 21 7 7 49
Paul VI 0 0 0 0 7
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 6 22 0 0 28
Cedar Creek 7 0 0 13 20
Box Score

1 2 3 4 Final
Delsea 14 14 0 8 36
Timber Creek 19 6 14 0 39
Box Score