REPORT: ST. JOSEPH’S FOOTBALL PLAYERS SANCTIONED OVER VIDEO

Some football players at St. Joseph’s High School at Hammonton are being reportedly sanctioned for using racial slurs in a video sent to a rival football player.  The Press of Atlantic City report the sanctions are coming from the Diocese of Camden, and the school itself will soon address the video.  The school boasts one of the most successful programs in South Jersey history; its head coach, Paul Sacco, has been suspended for two games.

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