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Wilson Wins South Jersey Group 3 Football Title

The Woodrow Wilson High School Tigers football team of Camden, New Jersey won the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 3 championship on November 17, 2018 over the Burlington Township Falcons. They won by a score of 22 -14 on the Falcons field on a crisp, cool fall afternoon in front of more than three thousand fans.  

This is the Tigers first Group 3 title since 2001, when in that season, the team went undefeated. At that time current Wilson head coach Preston Brown and his brother, assistant coach Melik Brown were both players on that team, which was coached by Mike McBride. 

 The Tigers will continue their season with two more games. First up will be the cross-town rival Camden High Panthers for the annual “Turkey Game” on Thanksgiving Day, November 22.  That game will be played at Camden High’s Lewis Katz Field in the Parkside, Farnham Park section of the city.  The winner of that game will receive the Camden County Sheriff Gilbert “Whip” Wilson City Championship Trophy.  

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Congratulations Wilson... For more information please read this weeks Scoop, November 23, 2018

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Camden and Wilson advance to Football Championship finals

Camden High School football Panthers and the Woodrow Wilson High School football Tigers both advance the NJSIAA state finals to be held the weekend of November 16.  Both New Jersey schools advance to the South Jersey Group 2 for Camden and Group 3 for Wilson, championship.  On November 9, 2018 the Wilson Tigers defeated Delsea by a score of 42-14 behind the total team effort led by quarterback Nick Kargman, Stanley King, Fadil Diggs and head coach Preston Brown and his assistant coaches.  Earlier in the season, Wilson lost to Delsea and last year in the state final Group three game, Wilson lost to Delsea by one point 29-28.  The victory propels the Tigers to this to year’s championship game against undefeated Burlington Township, who will enter the game with a record of 10-0.  Burlington defeated perennial power Timber Creek 21-17 on November 10, 2018 to advance and play Wilson for the South Jersey Group 3 title on the Burlington field, November 16.  The game will feature a determined Tiger team against the undefeated Burlington Twp. 

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For more information, to read Camden related articles and advertisements, Check out This Week's Edition.  Scoop USA Newspaper, November 16, 2018

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Congratulations to Joy Silver (middle) who was inducted as a member of the 2018 Camden County (NJ) Sports Hall of Fame last nite at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.  Joy was a member of the Back-2-Back Woodrow Wilson HS girls basketball state championship teams (1996-97) coached by Tony Coleman (pictured on her left; and, pictured on the right is Kirk Jones).  Joy then was a star basketball player at Rutgers Camden University where she scored 1500 points and garnered 1000 rebounds. Congrats Joy! Camden High School football Panthers and the Woodrow Wilson High School football Tigers both advance the NJSIAA state finals to be held the weekend of November 16.  Both New Jersey schools advance to the South Jersey Group 2 for Camden and Group 3 for Wilson, championship.  On November 9, 2018 the Wilson Tigers defeated Delsea by a score of 42-14 behind the total team effort led by quarterback Nick Kargman, Stanley King, Fadil Diggs and head coach Preston Brown and his assistant coaches.  Earlier in the season, Wilson lost to Delsea and last year in the state final Group three game, Wilson lost to Delsea by one point 29-28.  The victory propels the Tigers to this to year’s championship game against undefeated Burlington Township, who will enter the game with a record of 10-0.  Burlington defeated perennial power Timber Creek 21-17 on November 10, 2018 to advance and play Wilson for the South Jersey Group 3 title on the Burlington field, November 16.  The game will feature a determined Tiger team against the undefeated Burlington Twp.