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Screen Shot 2021-10-21 at 20.4.47Camden High football team (source Camden HS)


CAMDEN CITY,NJ (October 21, 2021)--The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) disqualified the Camden High School football team, on Wednesday, October 20, from the South Jersey Group 2 playoffs following an on-field fight during Saturday's game against Pleasantville. Players on both teams were involved, reported 

"Any varsity team accumulating three or more player or coach disqualifications for flagrant, unsportsmanlike conduct prior to the start of a tournament - as is the case for Camden - will not be permitted to participate in that tournament," said the NJSIAA in a statement.

The last time Camden played Pleasantville, it was an away game in 2019 when 10-year-old Micah Tennant was shot and killed in the stands.

Two weeks ago, Camden's game against Pennsauken Township abruptly ended because of a fight outside the stadium. Pennsauken confirmed that fight did not involve anyone from Camden.

Presently the Panthers are 4-3. 


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