By KRYSTAL NURSE The Sun The Deptford Township Board of Education re-assigned a longtime outdoor track coach prior to the start of the spring season. Walter “Sonny”...
The Deptford six- and seven-year old Spartans freshman football team was presented with a proclamation and certificates by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen...
The Westville native and Monongahela Middle School product won a district title as a sophomore in 2018 but isn’t settling for anything less than placing at states this season.
Smith, who stars in football and track at Deptford, will play football at Shippensburg. Smith collected over 1,000 yards and scored eight touchdowns as a senior last fall.
Perhaps the most impressive nugget from the record-breaking race: two legs of Deptford's shuttle hurdle team didn't begin running hurdles until a week before Christmas.
The Deptford Spartans freshman football team traveled to the Pro Football Hall of Fame to compete in the World Youth National Championships and gave themselves an early Christmas present.
Deptford Township High School’s boys track team may have just as much talent (or more) than any other team in South Jersey. But how do they track down that elusive state championship trophy?
After Steve Scuderi’s somewhat surprising resignation three weeks ago, after the Spartans best season in over a decade, Orio, who won three South Jersey championships previously at Deptford, is back at his alma mater
After their undefeated seasons, the Deptford Spartans Freshmen team, composed of 6 and 7 year olds, were invited to Canton, OH to compete against teams from across the county and need the communities help to make it possible.
After its first winning season in 12 years, the Spartans are on the search for a new head football coach. The school board accepted Steve Scuderi's resignation this week.