MIDDLETOWN — As Mater Dei Prep began building steam and bulldozing every opponent in its path during the regular season, the question still remained as to exactly how good the Seraphs are.
They answered that question emphatically on Saturday afternoon in one of the biggest moments in program history...
KEYPORT - Mater Dei Prep has never won a division title in program history, yet with the talent and coaching staff it imported in the offseason, making a run at the Class B Central championship this fall was almost a foregone conclusion.
In their first real test of the season, the new-look Seraphs showed the breadth of their arsenal in rolling past Keyport 35-7 on Saturday afternoon to improve to
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On a Friday morning in mid-August, for the first time since the start of preseason camp, a rain storm threatened a scheduled morning practice for the Mater Dei Prep football team, as it had for any number of high school teams in New Jersey scheduled for an outdoor morning workout...
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MORRISTOWN — With a trip to the sectional semifinals on the line, Mater Dei Prep turned in its most complete performance of the season.
Led by another monster game from senior quarterback Christian Palmer, the fifth-seeded Seraphs went on the road and walloped fourth-seeded Morristown-Beard, 48-0, in the first round of the NJSIAA Non-Public Group I p
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Mater Dei Prep 52, Pt. Beach 13
Senior quarterback Christian Palmer erupted for a career day, rolling up 476 total yards and six total touchdowns to lead the Seraphs (7-2, 4-1) to a rout of the Garnet Gulls (5-4, 3-2)...
MIDDLETOWN — With the game on the line in a crucial divisional showdown, Shore Regional boldly showed how much confidence it has in its running game.
It seemed Mater Dei Prep had gotten the stop it needed to give its offense one more opportunity to tie the score...
As he prepares for his final high school season, senior Christian Palmer will not be the first three-year starting quarterback at Mater Dei Prep. In that respect, Palmer is not unique within the context of Mater Dei football history, but he is in this respect: no Seraphs signal-caller in the current millennium has ever gone into his senior season after having guided Mater Dei to