Other than Florence's Joe Frappolli, no one in South Jersey history has coached more football games than Kingsway's Tony Barchuk.

Barchuk reached a major milestone this season with his 200th career victory. He finished with a 201-150-5 record in 36 seasons at the Gloucester County school.

"It means a lot," Barchuk said of his 200th win. "It makes me realize all the kids I've had the privilege and the honor to coach all these years."

Barchuk has been Kingsway's coach since 1979. His 2001 team won the South Jersey Group 2 title.

Barchuk's last three teams have won a total of 23 games, including four playoff games. His 2014 team was 7-4, winning six of its last seven - with the lone loss in overtime to Timber Creek, 25-22, in the South Jersey Group 4 semifinals.