St. John’s College Cadets (DC) release 2018 schedule

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Defending Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champ St. John’s College High School (Washington, DC), which finished last year ranked No. 16 in the High School Football America Top 100, will once again challenge itself with an impressive national schedule.  The Cadets will play five teams that finished last season in our Top 100.

For three weeks from August 31 through September 15, SJC will play ’17 ranked teams. The Cadets will travel to two-time Alabama state champ Hoover on August 31. The Bucs finished No. 42 in the Top 100 in 2017.  Hoover will be followed by the Cadets playing Miami Central (Florida), which finished No. 30 in the national rankings, at home.  Finally, on September 15, No. 3 IMG Academy (Florida) will travel to the nation’s capital.

On the WCAC part of St. John’s schedule, Gonzaga (No. 95) and Good Counsel (No. 96) finished in the Top 100.

St. John’s Cadets

August 25 – John’s Creek (Georgia)

August 31 – @ Hoover (Alabama)

September 8 – Miami Central (Florida)

September 15 – IMG Academy (Florida)

September 22 – Marietta (Georgia)

September 29 – @ Christian Brothers College (Missouri)

October 6 – Bishop McNamara (Maryland)

October 13 – Good Counsel (Maryland)

October 26 – @ DeMatha (Maryland)

November 3 – @ Gonzaga (Washington, DC)


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