St. Joseph Regional (New Jersey) releases 2018 schedule

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St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey), which finished No. 41 in the High School Football America Top 100 in 2017, will play another tough non-league schedule in 2018 to go along with its always roughed North Jersey Super Football Conference United Red Division schedule.

The Green Knights, who finished runner-up in Non-Public Group 3 last year, will open on the road in Georgia. SJR will play American Heritage (Plantation, Florida), which finished No. 6 in our national rankings last year. AH has won four Florida state championships in the last five years.

The following week, SJR will return home to take-on Pennsylvania-power Imhotep Charter, which has played in three straight Pennsylvania state championship games, winning it all in 2015.

St. Joe’s third game will be a rematch of the Group 3 state title game against DePaul Catholic, which finished No. 29 in the nation last year. SJR beat DePaul in the regular season, but the Spartans gained revenge with a 7-3 victory in the state championship.

Here’s the rest of the Green Knight’s schedule:

St. Joseph Regional Green Knights 2018 Schedule

9/1 – vs. American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) in Milton, Georgia

9/8 – Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)

9/14 – @ DePaul Catholic

9/22 – vs. Pope John XXIII

9/28 – @ Paramus Catholic

10/6 – vs. Bergen Catholic

10/12 – @ Don Bosco Prep

10/20 – vs. Seton Hall Prep

10/27 – @ St. Peter’s Prep


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