Kelvin Harmon has not only made history on the football field at Palmyra High School.

He also knows the Panthers' history.

"It's a blessing to be part of the first senior class to get this far in 36 years," Harmon said.

Harmon and quarterback Max Smyth have combined to form one of the most prolific pass-catch combinations in South Jersey history over the last two seasons.

The seniors will lead Palmyra into the Central Jersey Group 1 title game Saturday against undefeated Shore, the defending sectional champion.

Palmyra is seeking its first sectional title since 1978. The Panthers' last appearance in the final was in 1979.

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Harmon, a South Carolina recruit, has caught a touchdown pass in 19 of the 21 games in which he has played the last two seasons.

"He is our go-to guy, our leader by example. He is irreplaceable," Palmyra coach Jack Geisel said. "There will never be another Kelvin Harmon. The sky is the limit for him in his future."

Harmon enters Saturday with 36 career touchdown receptions, third on South Jersey's all-time list.

This season, Harmon has 63 catches for 1,076 yards and 14 touchdowns.

"Max and I have come a long way," Harmon said. "Winning it all will mean everything."