Mainland H.S. Football Season Shutdown Due to COVID-19 Concerns
The Mainland Regional High School football season in over.
The Mustangs have been forced to shutdown their football program for the next two weeks due to COVID-19, which ends their season at 2-4.
The Mustangs were schedule to play Atlantic City and Oakcrest.
Mainland finished their season with a 63-0 loss to Ocean City last Friday night.
The young Mustangs were led by sophomore running back Ja'Briel Mace, freshman quarterback Jake Meyers, and sophomore tight end Nick Wagner, who will all return.
Another local team's schedule has been altered, St. Augustine.
The Hermits were set to host Nottingham in a postseason pod game Friday night with the winner facing the winner of the Hammonton-Williamstown game next weekend.
St. Augustine will look to fill that spot in their schedule.