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21 Campbell Harris, C
6-5, 210, Sr., Yucaipa, Calif. (Yucaipa High School)
 
In his own words: This past summer, I took powered flight. It was awesome experience to finally view the Academy and Colorado from above the clouds. On my last of four flights, I got a chance to fly with 2013 grad and former water polo player Auggie Arcidiacono. After graduation, the most important thing that I want to do, is to take care of airmen. Over my years at the Academy, I have gained valuable experience of what it means to be an outstanding leader. I have watched it form in the pool and out of it. So, if I am flying in the air with a team or on the ground with one, my primary goal is to take care of airmen and influence them to be the best they can be. Going through this COVID age, it is important to be empathetic, and treat each other with dignity and respect. I think it is important to understand that this is a HUGE learning experience for all of us. With everything that has happened since March, to what will happen for the rest of year, we cannot be content with keeping our heads down. We need to keep our heads high and be able to embrace the situation with open arms and be willing to learn every step of the way.
 
 
2019: Team MVP … second-team all-WWPA … played in all 28 games and tied for the team lead with 53 goals … led the team with 125 shots … third on the team with 57 points … 47 drawn exclusions, nine steals and four field blocks on the season … tied his career high of five goals twice during the season (Whittier and Loyola Marymount) … four or more points in a game five times … five goals and seven points in two WWPA tournament games as the Falcons posted a 1-1 record.
 
2018: Played in all 27 games and was sixth on the team with 39 points … tied for third on the team with 38 goals … third on the team with 11 drawn exclusions … four steals and five field blocks on the season … career-best five goals against Santa Clara … four goals against Fresno Pacific and Pomona-Pitzter … three or more goals in five games … career-best six points against Santa Clara.
 
2017: Played in 17 games and had two goals and three assists for five points … first career goal came against Cal Lutheran … career-high two assists, and two points, against Claremont Mudd Scripps.
 
High School: Lettered four years in both water polo and swimming … Citrus Belt League co-MVP and first-team all-league as a junior and senior … second-team all CIF as a junior and senior … scored 125 goals as a junior and 130 as a senior … played for the Yucaipa water polo club team.
 
Personal: Son of  Timothy and Jill Harris … member of cadet squadron 12 … major if geoscience … father is a 1986 USAFA graduate and is retired from the Air Force… he was a four-year letterman at goalie and was captain and MVP of the 1985 team … father is an instructor pilot for United Airlines … his father was in the first class recruited by former Falcon coach Jeff Heidmous … Campbell was in the final class recruited by Heidmous … mother is an economics professor at the Academy … long-term goal is to be a pilot … on the Athletic’s List … is the assistant communications flight commander in his squadron … this past summer, completed the powered flight program … his flight instructor was former water polo player, and 2013 USAFA grad, Augie Arcidiacono … favorite athlete to follow on social media is LeBron James … if he could have dinner with any three people, it would be J.K. Simmons, Bruce Willis and Robert Williams … best advice he ever received was “Fail Early, Fail Often” … favorite musical groups are Foo Fighters, U2 and Rush … favorite possession is his drum set … if he had a walk-up song, it would be Tom Sawyer by Rush … something not many people know about him is that he is ranked nationally in Rock Band 3 … greatest individual moment in sports was scoring 12 goals in high school against his school’s rival … one word to describe himself is determined … favorite sport other than water polo is volleyball … credits his father, Matt Carpenter and Kevin Womack as having the greatest influences on his sports career … hobbies are music, video games, bowling and drawing … started playing water polo at the age of 12.
 
From Head Coach Ryan Brown: Campbell has been our anchor in the in center of our front court offense and will continue that this season.  Also, he provides us with a large target in the extra-man (6 on 5) situations.  We look for Campbell to end his career here as a great leader and strong force for our offense this season.
 
 



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The 2020 high school football season continues to be ever-changing as circumstances related to COVID-19 have impacted the state.

In what will be an abbreviated season, with just six regular-season games, some teams have been behind the eight-ball all year. While some have had no issues, others have had games canceled or postponed.

Two teams – Clearview and Ridgefield Park – have yet to play their first games.

Following is a list of teams currently shut down as well as games for this week that have been cancelled. You’ll also find a list of games added to this week’s schedule.

Check back for updates as the NJ.com football staff receives additional information throughout the week.

TEAMS SHUT DOWN

Barringer: The team is in the second week of a 14-day quarantine after its Sept. 9 game against Livingston. Livingston reported positive COVID-19 tests among its coaching staff soon after that game.

Bayonne: Athletic programs were set down after an assistant coach tested positive for COVID-19. Bayonne schools have not reopened for in-person instruction and it remains uncertain how long sports will be shut down.

Belleville: The team is in the second week for a shutdown after a player tested positive for COVID-19.

Butler: Out of an abundance of caution, Butler is in the second week of a football quarantine due to COVID-19 concerns.

Delran: The shutdown of athletics continued as additional positive tests for COVID-19 were found.

Gloucester Catholic: It was determined though contact tracing that several players needed to be self-quarantined due to individuals at the school testing positive for COVID-19. All extra-curricular activities have been cancelled until Monday.

Hanover Park: The team is in Week 2 of a shutdown believed to be COVID-19 related.

Hamilton West: The school has canceled all sports though Nov. 2 because of a second positive COVID-19 test within the school.

Immaculata: Sports are in the second week of a shutdown, although athletic director Tom Gambino couldn’t confirm the reason behind cancellations in a memo sent to parents last week.

Iselin Kennedy: The team is in the second week for a shutdown due to COVID-19 circumstances. All sports have been set down until Oct. 29.

Kinnelon: The program has been shut down for two weeks for a second time due to COVID-19 circumstances. The team has not played since losing to Hanover Park on Oct. 9 and is not scheduled to resume play until Nov. 6 at Whippany Park.

Livingston: The team is in its second week of a shutdown due to at least one positive COVID-19 test within the program.

Middlesex: The team will miss a second straight game after a player had tested positive before its Oct. 16 game against South River. Its next game is Oct. 30 against Spotswood.

Nottingham: Due to possible exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, the football team will quarantine for 14 days. It is the only team within the athletic program to quarantine. This is Week 1 of the shutdown.

Park Ridge: All sports teams are sidelined through Oct. 26, athletic director Christopher Brown said. Games will resume Oct. 27. The cancellations wiped out Saturday’s football game against St. Mary (Ruth.).

Ramapo: All athletic teams are shut down until Saturday, Oct. 31 after multiple positive tests were revealed, according to athletic director Ron Anello. The school has shifted to online learning.

Secaucus: All fall sports have been shut down through Oct. 22. The school has haulted in-person learning after individuals tested positive for COVID-19. This is the second week of the shutdown.

Trenton: After playing against Nottingham last Saturday, Trenton has canceled its next two games out of caution.

Wallington: The team is in the second week for a shutdown due to COVID-19 circumstances.

West Essex: The team is in Week 2 of a shutdown after three students among the school’s student body tested positive for COVID-19. The school canceled its entire athletic schedule for two weeks.

Westwood: Athletics will remain shut down for two weeks as the district transitions to remote learning, according to a letter sent to parents on Sunday

CANCELLED GAMES

Friday, Oct. 23

  • Westwood at Pascack Hills
  • Seacaucus at Becton
  • Montclair at Livingston
  • Cresskill at Butler
  • Hanover Park at Parsippany
  • Clifton at Bayonne
  • Wallington at Wood-Ridge
  • Immaculata at Hudson Catholic
  • Iselin Kennedy at Scotch Plains-Fanwood
  • West Side at Belleville
  • Parsippany Hills at West Essex
  • Sterling at Delran
  • Pequannock at Kinnelon
  • Middlesex at St. Thomas Aquinas
  • Barringer at Bloomfield

Saturday, Oct. 24

  • Trenton at Pemberton
  • Notre Dame at Nottingham
  • Ramapo at Bergenfield
  • Park Ridge at St. Mary (Ruth.)
  • Gloucester Catholic at Cumberland

GAMES ADDED

Friday, Oct. 23

  • Roselle Park at Wood-Ridge, 6
  • Parsippany Hills at River Dell, 6
  • Shore at St. Thomas Aquinas, 6
  • West Side at Hudson Catholic, 7
  • Warren Hills at Parsippany, 7
  • Seneca at Sterling, TBA

Saturday, Oct. 24

  • Notre Dame at Pemberton, 11
  • Clifton at Montclair, 1
  • Demarest at Bloomfield, 1

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Kevin Minnick covers the West Jersey Football League. He can be reached at kminnick@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @kminnicksports



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Wednesday, October 21
(All times Eastern)
Schedule subject to change and/or blackouts

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL (WOMEN’S)
7 p.m.
ESPNU — Mississippi State at Louisiana State
8 p.m.
SECN — Florida at Auburn
KBO BASEBALL
5:25 a.m.
ESPN2 — Samsung at KT
MLB BASEBALL
8 p.m.
FOX — World Series: Tampa Bay vs. LA Dodgers, Game 2, Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas
SOCCER (MEN’S)
8 p.m.
FS2 — CONCACAF League: CA Independiente vs. Antigua GFC, Preliminary Round, Panama City, Panama
9 p.m.
CBSSN — UEFA Champions League: TBA, Group Stage (taped)
10 p.m.
FS1 — Liga MX: Monterrey at Tijuana
TENNIS
6 a.m.
TENNIS — Ostrava-WTA, Antwerp-ATP & Cologne-ATP bett1HULKS Championships Early Rounds

Early Thursday

GOLF
6:30 a.m.
GOLF — EPGA Tour: The Italian Open, First Round, Chervo Golf Club, Pozzolengo, Italy
KBO BASEBALL
5:25 a.m.
ESPN2 — Kia at Hanwha
TENNIS
6 a.m.
TENNIS — Ostrava-WTA, Antwerp-ATP & Cologne-ATP bett1HULKS Championships Early Rounds


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