Pennsylvania team that forfeited last week’s game for lack of players will play this week

St. Joseph's Catholic Academy
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St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy, which had to forfeit Friday’s game against Penns Manor, because of a lack of players will play this week’s game against Purchase Line High School.

SJCA started the season with a 19-man roster that was reduced to 16 by injuries.  School officials say the injured players are back, which brings the team back the full strength for this week’s game.   The Wolves bring an 0-3 record into Saturday’s game.

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