Looking to improve.
Church Farm, which joined the PIAA this year, is aiming to turn around a 5-17 mark it posted last season while playing in the now-defunct Keystone Conference. The conference had dwindled to three teams.
Coach Marc Turner's key players on a young but athletic team are expected to be Niamo Cofie and Chris Sahyr.
In the thick of it.
The West-Mont Christian boys are expected to be in the thick of the Tri-County League, but Phelps, Mercy Vocational and Perkiomen could pose a hurdle this time around.
Last year, the Monarchs won the league title with 14-0 record. They finished 25-7 overall.
The West-Mont girls won the regular-season title but lost to Barrack Hebrew in the playoffs.