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Youthful Auks’ speed, backfield size key to football success

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and Jason Winchell

Up in Claymont, coach Jerry Ambrogi quietly continues with one of the most consistent programs in Delaware at Archmere. The Auks reached the Division II playoffs last season, falling to Friends in the first round. They begin the 2015 campaign Friday night vs. Howard at Baynard Stadium at 7 p.m.

Ambrogi, entering his 15th season as the head coach and his 30th with Archmere, lost a whole bunch of seniors from last year’s squad, “but that’s kind of normal for us here.” He generally fields a veteran team, and the results have been good. Read more »

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Auks look to continue winning football tradition, eye return to postseason

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Staff reporter

 

and Jason Winchell

For The Dialog

 

CLAYMONT – Archmere is often overlooked when discussions of Delaware’s great football programs take place, but the Auks quietly have turned in consistent performances season after season. Last year was another such effort, as Archmere started slow but won its last five games, finishing 7-3 and just missing the Division II playoff.

In fact, over the last four seasons, the Auks are 33-13, earning a trip to the championship game in 2010 and playoff berths in 2011 and ’12. Senior two-way starter J.M. Nocket would like Archmere get the respect he believes it deserves. Read more »

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