The visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia last week disrupted the schedule of Catholic League football teams, and seven games were played on different days. Below are the current standings as of Monday, Sept. 28, along with a list of this weekend’s games. All records are against non-league competition. Division contests begin Friday, Oct. 2. (Compiled by John Knebels)
Father Judge (3-1)
La Salle (3-1)
St. Joseph’s Prep (2-1)
Roman Catholic (0-4)
Archbishop Wood (4-0)
Archbishop Ryan (2-2)
Archbishop Carroll (1-3)
Bishop Prendergast (1-3)
Cardinal O’Hara (1-3)
Lansdale Catholic (3-1)
Bishop McDevitt (2-2)
West Catholic (1-3)
Scheduled games for Friday, Oct. 2
Bonner-Prendergast at Archbishop Carroll, 7 p.m.
Cardinal O’Hara at Academy Park, 7 p.m.
La Salle at McDonough (Md.), 7 p.m.
Malvern Prep at St. Joseph’s Prep (Plymouth-Whitemarsh H.S.), 7:30 p.m.
Scheduled games for Saturday, Oct. 3
Archbishop Wood at Archbishop Ryan (Northeast H.S.), 3 p.m.
Neumann-Goretti at Conwell-Egan (Truman H.S.), 3 p.m.
West Catholic at Lansdale Catholic (Wissahickon H.S.), 4 p.m.
Bishop McDevitt at Germantown Academy, 1:30 p.m.
Salesianum at Father Judge (Northeast H.S.), 7 p.m.
(John Knebels can be reached at email@example.com.)
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