Here is a look at the game:
Records. West Deptford is 1-0 after a 38-7 win over Haddon Heights. Woodbury is 1-0 after a 47-7 victory over Lindenwold.
Last meeting. West Deptford won, 24-14, in 2007.
Coaches. Woodbury's Zach Valentine is 59-28. West Deptford's Clyde Folsom is 177-64-5 overall - 143-53-2 at West Deptford, and 34-11-3 at Bishop Eustace.
Top playmakers. Woodbury's Karon Gibson rushed for 121 yards and four touchdowns against Lindenwold. The 6-foot, 245-pounder might have an even greater impact as a defensive tackle.
Sophomore Anthony Averett has moved from running back to quarterback. Valentine says he is the fastest player on the team.
West Deptford's Vaughn Scott rushed for 171 yards and four touchdowns and returned a punt 59 yards for another score in the opening win. Senior defensive end Jordan Haines (6-2, 195) had three sacks last week against Haddon Heights.
Injuries. West Deptford senior fullback-defensive end R.J. Falls is out indefinitely because of a shoulder injury. Valentine said Woodbury didn't have any key injuries.
Key factors. Each team would like to run the ball, so whichever is successful stopping the ground game likely will win.
Folsom feels that contending with Woodbury's speed will be a major challenge.
"They are faster than we are," Folsom said.
Woodbury also must realize that with players such as Scott, West Deptford can break a big play at any instant.
More than anything, this game provides an early-season measuring stick for two programs that could be playing into December. And the rivalry factor can't be underscored.
"It's almost like an in-town rivalry," Folsom said.
Added Valentine: "It's a big game because of the tradition of both programs."
Pick: West Deptford 28, Woodbury 27.
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