Friday, December 04, 2009

New Jersey HIgh School Football Scores - Championships

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Saturday, December 5, 2009


Championships

North Jersey I, Group 3
Ramapo 16 Wayne Hills 8

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, December 4, 2009


Championships

Central Jersey, Group 2
Matawan 28 Manasquan 12

North Jersey, Group 3
West Morris 28 Passaic Valley 19

Non-Public, Group 3
St. Joseph (Montvale) 14 Immaculata 0

North Jersey, Group 2
Summit 28 Orange 19

North Jersey II, Group 1
Cedar Grove 30 Seacaucus 14

South Jersey, Group 3
Hammonton 23 Timber Creek 17

South Jersey, Group 2
Delsea 40 Haddonfield 22

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Thursday, December 3, 2009


Championships

North Jersey I, Group 2
Ramsey 36 River Dell 10

North Jersey II, Group 2
Summit 28 Orange 19

Matawan Beats Defending Champ Manasquan For NJ Football Title

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Matawan claimed its first state sectional title since 1992 with a 28-12 win over defending champ Manasquan.

The Star-Ledger reports that Matawan was fueled by its junior quarterback Jared Allison, who accounted for 222 yards of total offense.

Matawan beats Manasquan to win Central Jersey Group 2 NJ HS football final

West Morris Closes-Out Decade With Third Sectional Title

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


West Morris is the North Jersey 2, Group 3 champ for the third time this decade after beating Passaic Valley 28-19 at Giants Stadium.

The Star-Ledger reports that senior Michael Burton was Mr. All-Purpose in the school's sixth championship game victory.

West Morris beats Passaic Valley to win North 2 Group 3 NJ HS football final

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Ramsey Runs to North 2, Group 2 Championship

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Ramsey roared back from an early River Dell touchdown to capture the North 2, Group 2 football championship Thursday.

The Star-Ledger reports that Ramsey's 36-10 win was powered by running back Zach Donnarumma's 266 yards rushing.

Ramsey beats River Dell to win North 1 Group 2 NJ HS football final

Summit Beats Orange for North 2, Group 2 Title

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

Summit captured its sixth sectional title Thursday night beating Orange 28-19.

The Star-Ledger reports that the Hilltoppers closed out a perfect 12-0 season with a strong fourth quarter.

Summit beats Orange to win North 2 Group 2 NJ HS football final

Thursday, October 22, 2009

New Jersey Power Points for Playoffs

as of 10/19/09

NORTH JERSEY, Section 1
Group 1 -- Butler (6-0) 87; Mountain Lakes (6-0) 84; Westwood (4-2) 65; Elmwood Park (5-1) 62; Hasbrouck Heights (5-0) 61; Emerson Boro (3-2) 52; Cresskill (4-1) 51; Boonton (4-2) 49; Bogota (3-3) 48; Pompton Lakes (3-3) 42; Wallington (3-2) 40; New Milford (4-1) 39; Hawthorne (2-4) 38; Hopatcong (3-3) 37; Manchester Regional (2-4) 26; North Warren (1-4) 22; Park Ridge (1-4) 20; Saddle Brook (0-6) 16; Kinnelon (1-5) 15; Sussex Tech (0-6) 7.
Group 2 -- River Dell (5-1) 88; Lenape Valley (6-0) 81; Pequannock (4-2) 76; Glen Rock (5-1) 68; West Essex (4-2) 66; Ramsey (4-1) 64; Lodi (5-1) 63; Morris Hills (3-3) 58; Pascack Hills (4-2) 58; Kittatinny Regional (3-3) 49; Mahwah (3-2) 47; Jefferson (2-4) 44; Wallkill Valley (2-4) 43; Dover (2-4) 36; Waldwick-Midland Park (2-4) 35; Dumont (2-4) 29; Newton (1-5) 27; Englewood (Dwight Morrow) (1-5) 20; Garfield (0-6) 16; Indian Hills (0-6) 16.
Group 3 -- Tenafly (6-0) 92; Pascack Valley (6-0) 92; Wayne Hills (5-1) 85; Sparta (5-1) 85; Lakeland Regional (4-2) 79; Old Tappan (4-1) 66; Montville (3-3) 62; Wayne Valley (3-3) 62; Ramapo (4-2) 59; Paramus (3-2) 52; West Milford (2-4) 51; Hackensack (2-3) 42; Northern Highlands (2-4) 41; Teaneck (2-3) 41; Morris Knolls (3-3) 40; High Point (2-4) 34; Demarest (2-4) 32; Bergenfield (2-4) 25; Paterson Eastside (1-4) 23; Mt. Olive (0-6) 15.
Group 4 -- Roxbury (6-0) 85; Fair Lawn (5-1) 73; Passaic Tech (5-1) 73; Ridgewood (4-1) 63; West Orange (3-2) 60; Passaic (3-3) 58; North Bergen (4-2) 56; Bloomfield (2-4) 46; Montclair (2-4) 45; Bergen Tech (3-3) 44; East Orange (3-3) 43; Kearny (1-5) 34; Clifton (1-5) 31; Memorial (West N.Y.) (2-4) 29; JFK Paterson (1-4) 27; Randolph (1-5) 23; Union City (1-5) 22; Vernon (0-6) 18; Livingston (0-6) 16.

NORTH JERSEY, Section 2
Group 1 -- Cedar Grove (5-1) 78; Secaucus (5-0) 65; Rutherford (3-3) 64; Belvidere (5-0) 57; Dayton Regional (5-1) 56; New Providence (4-1) 56; Weequahic (3-2) 54; Becton Regional (4-1) 52; Glen Ridge (2-3) 39; Hoboken (2-3) 37; Verona (2-4) 37; Central (Newark) (3-3) 33; Wood-Ridge (2-3) 29; Harrison (1-4) 23; North Arlington (1-4) 21; Lyndhurst (1-4) 20; Whippany Park (0-6) 17; Ridgefield (0-6) 15; Weehawken (1-4) 8.
Group 2 -- Summit (6-0) 91; Lincoln (6-0) 77; Caldwell (4-2) 69; Governor Livingston (3-2) 63; Orange (4-1) 60; Madison Boro (4-1) 57; Hillside (3-3) 56; Hanover Park (4-2) 54; Ridgefield Park (3-3) 53; Chatham (3-3) 47; Cliffside Park (3-3) 42; Hackettstown (2-4) 38; Voorhees (1-5) 26; Bernards (0-6) 20; Snyder (1-5) 18; Parsippany (0-6) 15; Fort Lee (0-6) 13; Shabazz (0-5) 12.
Group 3 -- Irvington (4-2) 75; West Morris Central (5-1) 73; Nutley (4-2) 72; Passaic Valley (4-1) 69; West Side (Newark) (4-2) 65; Morristown (4-2) 65; Somerville (4-2) 56; Parsippany Hills (3-3) 50; Ferris (3-3) 48; West Morris Mendham (2-4) 44; Warren Hills (2-4) 43; East Side (Newark) (2-4) 42; JFK Iselin (3-3) 39; Millburn (2-3) 34; Belleville (2-4) 27; Scotch Plains (1-5) 24; Colonia (0-5) 14; Barringer (1-4) 13; South Plainfield (0-5) 9.
Group 4 -- Union (6-0) 99; Bridgewater-Raritan (4-2) 86; Piscataway (4-2) 85; Columbia (6-0) 82; Ridge (4-2) 66; Phillipsburg (4-1) 58; North Hunterdon (2-3) 54; Linden (4-1) 50; Westfield (3-2) 45; Woodbridge (2-4) 45; Watchung Hills (2-4) 38; Bayonne (1-5) 29; Franklin (1-4) 29; Elizabeth (1-5) 27; Plainfield (0-6) 21; Edison (1-5) 20; J.P. Stevens (1-4) 20; Perth Amboy (1-4) 19; Dickinson (0-6) 7.

CENTRAL JERSEY
Group 1 -- Metuchen (4-2) 64; Highland Park (4-2) 62; Spotswood (4-2) 61; Brearley Reg. (5-1) 60; Asbury Park (4-1) 56; Keansburg (3-2) 46; South River (3-3) 43; Florence (3-2) 40; Robbinsville (2-4) 35; Shore Regional (2-4) 35; Middlesex (1-4) 31; Dunellen (2-4) 29; BurlingtonCity (2-3) 27; Manville (2-4) 26; Bound Brook (3-3) 25; RosellePark (0-6) 18; South Hunterdon (0-5) 16; Point PleasantBeach (1-4) 14; New Egypt (1-4) 14.
Group 2 -- Rumson-Fair Haven (6-0) 92; Long Branch (5-1) 75; Raritan (4-1) 66; Matawan (4-1) 66; Manasquan (5-0) 64; Keyport (4-1) 60; New Brunswick (4-2) 57; Johnson (3-2) 46; Ewing (2-4) 44; Monmouth Regional (2-4) 41; Red Bank (2-4) 41; Rahway (2-3) 38; Delaware Valley (3-2) 38; Abraham Clark (Roselle) (2-3) 37; Holmdel (2-4) 34; North Plainfield (2-4) 34; Cranford (1-5) 24; Carteret (1-4) 19; Bordentown (1-4) 17.
Group 3 -- Middletown South (6-0) 104; Ocean Township (5-0) 86; Princeton (5-1) 80; Lawrence (4-2) 72; Monroe (4-1) 70; West Windsor North (4-2) 65; Hamilton East (3-2) 65; Neptune (4-1) 61; Brick (3-3) 59; Freehold (3-2) 55; Hamilton North (3-3) 52; Hamilton West (3-2) 46; Jackson Liberty (3-2) 42; Northern Burlington (2-4) 38; Wall (3-2) 38; Allentown (3-2) 36; Hopewell Valley (2-4) 36; Hightstown (1-5) 28; Lakewood (0-6) 10.
Group 4 -- Sayreville (6-0) 108; Hunterdon Central (6-0) 96; Howell (5-0) 89; Montgomery (5-1) 71; East Brunswick (4-2) 71; West Windsor South (3-3) 53; Middletown North (4-1) 51; Old Bridge (3-3) 51; Brick Memorial (3-3) 50; Hillsborough (2-4) 46; North Brunswick (3-2) 45; South Brunswick (2-3) 37; Rancocas Valley (2-3) 35; Colts Neck (2-3) 33; Jackson Memorial (2-3) 30; Manalapan (1-4) 28; Trenton (0-6) 18; Freehold Township (0-5) 12; Marlboro (0-6) 11.

SOUTH JERSEY
Group 1 -- Paulsboro (5-1) 68; Glassboro (5-0) 65; Woodbury (4-1) 63; Palmyra (4-2) 51; Haddon Twp. (4-2) 49; Penns Grove (4-1) 47; Schalick (3-2) 44; Pennsville (5-0) 44; HaddonHeights (3-2) 44; Maple Shade (3-3) 41; Lindenwold (2-3) 29; GloucesterCity (1-5) 28; Salem (1-4) 26; Audubon (1-4) 21; Pitman (2-4) 20; Gateway Regional (0-5) 12; Clayton (1-2) 10; Wildwood (0-5) 9; Riverside (0-5) 5.
Group 2 -- Delsea (6-0) 84;West Deptford (6-0) 85; Cinnaminson (4-1) 66; Haddonfield (5-1) 64; Bridgeton (4-2) 60; Woodrow Wilson (Camden) (3-3) 51; Willingboro (3-2) 48; Woodstown (3-3) 42; Buena Regional (3-2) 40; Barnegat (2-3) 37; Overbrook (2-4) 33; Camden (1-5) 28; Point Pleasant Boro (1-4) 26; Collingswood (1-5) 19; Delran (1-4) 17; Sterling (0-5) 16; Middle Twp. (0-5) 16; Lower Cape May (0-5) 12; Pleasantville (0-5) 11.
Group 3 -- Hammonton (5-0) 79; Burlington Twp. (4-2) 71; Timber Creek (4-1) 64; Pemberton (3-2) 60; Highland Regional (4-2) 57; Moorestown (3-3) 56; Seneca (3-2) 55; Kingsway Regional (3-3) 55; Lacey (3-2) 48; Winslow Twp. (3-3) 48; OceanCity (2-3) 40; Cherry Hill West (2-3) 39; Manchester Twp. (2-3) 37; Pinelands (2-3) 31; Cumberland (1-5) 27; Triton (1-5) 23; Clearview (1-4) 23; Central Regional (1-5) 22; Deptford (0-6) 16.
Group 4 -- Egg Harbor (6-0) 95; Toms River East (6-0) 88; Cherokee (5-0) 86; Eastern (5-1) 77; Washington Twp. (4-1) 72; Williamstown (5-0) 67; TomsRiver North (4-1) 62; Pennsauken (3-3) 59; Shawnee (3-2) 57; Millville (3-3) 53; Oakcrest (3-3) 48; Absegami (2-3) 46; Mainland (3-2) 45; Lenape (2-4) 36; Southern (2-3) 36; Vineland (1-4) 17; Atlantic City (0-5) 15; TomsRiver South (0-5) 15; Cherry Hill East (0-6) 14.

NON-PUBLIC
Group 1 -- Paterson Catholic (6-0) 102; St. Mary (Rutherford) (4-1) 51; Immaculate Conception (4-1) 50; St. Anthony (3-2) 46; Morristown-Beard (1-5) 26; Cardinal McCarrick (2-4) 25; NewarkAcademy (1-5) 16; Mater Dei (0-6) 9.
Group 2 -- St. Joseph (Hammonton) (4-1) 64; Gloucester Catholic (4-1) 61; Pingry (3-3) 47; Morris Catholic (3-3) 46; Queen of Peace (3-3) 43; Dwight-Engelwood (3-3) 36; Hudson Catholic (2-3) 31; Holy Cross (2-3) 31; MontclairKimberley (1-5) 21; Marist (1-5) 18.
Group 3 -- Pope John (6-0) 112; St. Joseph (Montvale) (5-0) 98; DePaul (4-2) 78; Immaculata (5-1) 71; Bishop Eustaceh (4-1) 61; Bishop Ahr (4-1) 55; Delbarton (3-3) 54; Holy Spirit (4-1) 46; Camden Catholic (3-2) 45; Monsignor Donovan (2-3) 33.
Group 4 -- Pope Paul VI (6-0) 100; Notre Dame (6-0) 100; Seton Hall Prep (5-1) 96; Don Bosco Prep (5-0) 95; Bergen Catholic (5-1) 88; St. Peter's Prep (4-1) 77; St. Augustine (5-0) 74; Red Bank Catholic (4-2) 66; St. John Vianney (2-3) 31; Paramus Catholic (1-4) 31.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Two Big Battles Loom This Weekend Inside Star-Ledger Top 20

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Don Bosco Prep, the #1 team all season in the Star-Ledger Top 20, hasn't had many problems proving itself worthy of its state and national rankings this year. However, after solid wins over tough national powers De La Salle (CA) and Prattville (AL), the Ironmen will be tested within the Jersey border Saturday night when they face arch-rival Bergen Catholic. BC is currently ranked #10 in the latest Star-Ledger rankings.

These two aren't strangers to each other, and it seems like each game is a gudge match. The last time they met was in the 2008 New Jersey Non-Public Group IV championship game. DBP won that one 34-13. You can check-out those highlights below.



DBP/Bergen Catholic is a fiercely competitive series in which Don Bosco holds a 28-26 advantage with two ties.

Two future DBP opponents, St. Joseph (Montvale) and St. Peter's Prep, will also square-off on Friday. St. Joe's is #2 in this week's Star-Ledger rankings, while St. Peter's is #6.

Now here's a look at the latest rankings that saw some changes for the first time in two weeks. Entering the poll this week are Roxbury at #19 and Toms River East at #20. Dropping out were former #12 Camden Catholic and former #18 Linden.

Reviewing the football top 20 for the week of Oct 19


Star-Ledger Rankings
1. Don Bosco Prep 5-0
2. St. Joseph (Montvale) 5-0
3. Cherokee 5-0
4. Williamstown 5-0
5. Wayne Hills 5-1
6. St. Peter's Prep 4-1
7. Delsea 6-0
8. Paterson Catholic 6-0
9. Howell 5-0
10. Bergen Catholic 5-1
11. Union 6-0
12. St. Augstine 5-0
13. Sayreville 6-0
14. Egg Harbor Twp. 6-0
15. Toms River North 4-1
16. Hunterdon Central 6-0
17. Immaculata 5-1
18. Middletown South 6-0
19. Roxbury 6-0
20. Toms River East 6-0

Monday, October 19, 2009

Immaculata Head Coach Enter 300-Win Club

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Immaculata head coach Pierce Frauenheim is the sixth member of New Jersey's 300-win club. Frauenheim won his 300th game Friday night when his team beat Vorhees 47-0.

Frauenheim, who has been the school's only head football coach, has an overall record of 300-129-2. The Star-Ledger takes a look at Frauenheim's career, which dates back to the beginning in the program in 1966.

New Jersey All-Time Coaching Victories

1. Warren Wolf (Brick) - 361 wins
2. Vic Paternostro (Pope John) - 360 wins
3. Vin Ascolese (North Bergen) - 339 wins
4. Doug Wilkins (Mountain Lakes) - 322 wins
5. Frank Bottone (New Providence) - 312 wins
6. Pierce Frauenheim (Immaculata) - 300 wins

Wolf is the only coach on the list that is retired, which means Paternostro has an opportunity to take over the top spot with two more wins this season.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scores - Week 6

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, October 16, 2009


Highlights: Hunterdon Central 28 Bridgewater-Raritan 21
Hunterdon Central defeats Bridgewater-Raritan


Barnegat 28 St. John Vianney 23
Bergen Tech 27 Clifton 21
Bishop Ahr 34 Colonia 6
Bloomfield 24 East Orange 20
Bound Brook 33 Roselle Park 6
Brearley 40 Bernards 21
Brick 20 Toms River South 7
Bridgeton 22 Pleasantville 6
Butler 32 Boonton 13
Carteret 25 South Plainfield 0
Cherokee 35 Washington Twp. 0
Cherry Hill West 27 Pennsauken 13
DePaul 44 Memorial 0
Eastern 24 Lenape 9
Egg Harbor Twp. 25 Vineland 0
Florence 38 New Egypt 0
Glassboro 55 Woodstown 0
Haddonfield 40 Collingswood 0
Hammonton 27 Mainland 3
Holy Cross 34 Burlington City 21
Highland 27 Gloucester 20
Immaculata 47 Voorhees 0
Kingsway 32 Cumberland 21
Madison 10 Chatham 0
Middletown 26 Wall 9
Millburn 35 Barringer 6
Montgomery 20 Hillsborough 6
North Hunterdon 21 Linden 14
Oakcrest 20 Atlantic City 6
Ocean City 13 Millville 12
Orange 27 Cedar Grove 25
Palmyra 41 Riverside 27
Paterson Catholic 46 Waldwick 0
Paul VI 28 Bishop Eustace 17
Pitman 42 Wildwood 16
St. Augustine 35 Middle Township 0
Sayreville 34 East Brunswick 13
Shawnee 31 Timber Creek 12
Summit 49 Cranford 7
Toms River North 14 Southern Regional 0
West Deptford 62 Sterling 0
Williamstown 43 Clearview 15
Willingboro 20 Camden Catholic 6

Thursday, October 15, 2009

New Jersey: Week 6 Schedule

Friday Games
October 16, 2009


ATLANTIC
Oakcrest at Atlantic City, 7
Vineland at Egg Harbor, 7
Hammonton at Mainland, 7
Bridgeton at Pleasantville, 7

BERGEN
New Milford at Emerson Boro, 7
Ramsey at Indian Hills, 7
Pascack Valley at Old Tappan, 7
Paramus Catholic at Ramapo, 7
Cresskill at Ridgefield, 7
Englewood at Ridgefield Park, 7
Dumont at River Dell, 6
Tenafly at Rutherford, 7
Paterson Catholic at Waldwick, 7

BURLINGTON
Holy Cross at Burlington City, 7
Eastern at Lenape, 7
Riverside at Palmyra, 7
Timber Creek at Shawnee, 7

CAMDEN
Willingboro at Camden Catholic, 7
Pennsauken at Cherry Hill West, 7
Collingswood at Haddonfield, 7
Gloucester City at Highland, 7
Audubon at Lindenwold, 7
Bishop Eustace at Paul VI, 7

CAPE MAY
St. Augustine at Middle Township, 7
Millville at Ocean City, 7

CUMBERLAND
Kingsway at Cumberland, 7

ESSEX
Millburn at Barringer, 7
Bloomfield at East Orange, 7
Cedar Grove at Orange, 6
Shabazz at West Essex, 7
Livingston at West Side, 7

GLOUCESTER
Williamstown at Clearview, 7
Salesianum (Dela.) at Delsea, 7
Woodstown at Glassboro, 7
Wildwood at Pitman, 7
Cherokee at Washington Township, 7
Sterling at West Deptford, 7

HUDSON
Dickinson at Bayonne, 7
Paramus at Kearny, 7
Bogota at Secaucus, 7
Hudson Catholic at Snyder, 7
Fair Lawn at Union City, 7
Harrison at Weehawken, 7

HUNTERDON
Bridgewater-Raritan at Hunterdon Central, 7
Linden at North Hunterdon, 7
Pingry at South Hunterdon, 7

MERCER
Hamilton at Hightstown, 7
Ewing at Notre Dame, 7

MIDDLESEX
Colonia at Bishop Ahr, 7
South Plainfield at Carteret, 7
North Brunswick at J.P. Stevens, 7
Edison at New Brunswick, 7
Woodbridge at Old Bridge, 7
Monroe at Perth Amboy, 7
South Brunswick at Piscataway, 7
East Brunswick at Sayreville, 7

MONMOUTH
Point Pleasant Boro at Holmdel, 7
Brick Memorial at Manalapan, 7
Wall at Middletown South, 7
Msgr. Donovan at Shore, 7

MORRIS
Butler at Boonton, 7
Hackettstown at Hanover Park, 7
Parsippany Hills at Jefferson, 7
Whippany Park at Kinnelon, 7
Chatham at Madison, 7
Vernon at Morris Knolls, 7
Mount Olive at Randolph, 7
Morristown at Roxbury, 7
Delbarton at West Morris, 7:30

OCEAN
St. John Vianney at Barnegat, 7
Toms River South at Brick, 7
Freehold Township at Jackson, 7
Matawan at Manchester Township, 7
Florence at New Egypt, 7
Raritan at Pinelands, 7
Southern at Toms River North, 7

PASSAIC
Bergen Tech at Clifton, 7
Memorial at DePaul, 7
Lakeland at Wayne Valley, 7

SOMERSET
Voorhees at Immaculata, 7
Hillsborough at Montgomery, 7
Johnson at North Plainfield, 7
Warren Hills at Ridge, 7

SUSSEX
Morristown-Beard at Hopatcong, 7
Parsippany at Lenape Valley, 7

UNION
Bernards at Brearley, 7
Summit at Cranford, 7
Bound Brook at Roselle Park, 7

WARREN
Somerville at North Warren, 7
Elizabeth at Phillipsburg, 7

Saturday Games
October 17, 2009


BERGEN
Hackensack at Bergen Catholic, 1
Mahwah at Bergenfield, 1:30
Hawthorne at Lodi, 1
Demarest at Northern Highlands, 2:30
Pascack Hills at Park Ridge, 1:30
Fort Lee at Queen of Peace, 1
Paterson Eastside at Ridgewood, 1
Elmwood Park at Saddle Brook, 1
West Milford at St. Joseph (Mont.), 1
Wayne Hills at Teaneck, 7
Lyndhurst at Wallington, 1:30
Cliffside Park at Westwood, 2
Becton at Wood-Ridge, 1

BURLINGTON
Cinnaminson at Bordentown, 2
Camden Wilson at Maple Shade, 2
Seneca at Moorestown, 3
Burlington Township at Pemberton, 2:15
Cherry Hill East at Rancocas Valley, 2

CAMDEN
Northern Burlington at Camden, 11 a.m.
Gateway at Haddon Township, 1:30
Haddon Heights at Overbrook, 2
Triton at Winslow, 2

CAPE MAY
Allentown at Lower Cape May, 2

ESSEX
Glen Ridge at Caldwell, 1
Nutley at Columbia, 1
Seton Hall Prep at Irvington, 1
West Orange at Montclair, 1
Newark Central at Montclair Immaculate, 1
Montclair Kimberley at Newark Academy, 2
Belleville at Newark East Side, 1
Weequahic at Verona, 1

GLOUCESTER
Robbinsville at Clayton, 1
Gloucester Catholic at Deptford, 11 a.m.
Paulsboro at Woodbury, 10:30am

HUDSON
Lincoln at Marist, 2
North Arlington at St. Mary (Ruth.), 1:30
North Bergen at St. Peter's Prep, 1

MERCER
Blair at Hun, 2:30
Steinert at Lawrence, 11 a.m.
Peddie at Lawrenceville, 2
Trenton at Nottingham, 12
Springfield (Pa.) at Pennington, 2:30
Hopewell Valley at Princeton, 1
Conrad (Dela.) at Princeton Day, 2
West Windsor South at West Windsor North, 2

MIDDLESEX
Point Pleasant Beach at Cardinal McCarrick, 1
Highland Park at South River, 1
Metuchen at Spotswood, 2

MONMOUTH
Keansburg at Asbury Park, 12
Toms River East at Colts Neck, 1
Rumson at Henry Hudson, 12
Ocean Township at Long Branch, 12
Middlesex at Manasquan, 2
Lacey at Marlboro, 2
Dunellen at Mater Dei, 1
Red Bank Catholic at Monmouth, 12
Iselin Kennedy at Red Bank, 1

MORRIS
Montville at Mendham, 1
Pequannock at Morris Catholic, 1
Pope John at Morris Hills, 1
Dover at Mountain Lakes, 2:30

OCEAN
Central Regional at Jackson Liberty, 2
Neptune at Lakewood, 1

PASSAIC
Glen Rock at Manchester Regional, 1
Passaic Tech at Passaic, 1
Ferris at Passaic Valley, 1
Don Bosco Prep at Paterson Kennedy, 1
Garfield at Pompton Lakes, 1

SALEM
Buena at Penns Grove, 12
Pennsville at Salem, 12

SOMERSET
Watchung Hills at Franklin, 1

SUSSEX
Hoboken at Kittatinny, 2
Wallkill Valley at Newton, 1
High Point at Sparta, 2
Dwight-Englewood at Sussex Tech, 1

UNION
Manville vs. Dayton at Union, 7
Delaware Valley at Gov. Livingston, 2
Roselle at New Providence, 1
Union at Plainfield, 1
Hillside at Rahway, 1
Westfield at Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1

Saturday, October 10, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scores - Week 5

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, October 9, 2009


Belvidere 18 Dayton 13
Boonton 48 Kinneion 32
Bridgewater-Raritan 40 Watchung Hills 21
Butler 34 Dover 13
Camden Catholic 28 Holy Cross 6
Clearview 27 Pleasantville 0
Cherokee 24 Pennsauken 21
Cumberland 16 Deptford 0
Delaware Valley 14 North Warren 7
Delsea 28 Absegami 21
Don Bosco Prep 71 Clifton 0
Eastern 24 Seneca 13
Egg Harbor Township 35 Kingsway 15
Florence 24 Burlington City 21
Glassboro 34 Gloucester 7
Hammonton 41 Ocean City 7
Highland 35 Bridgeton 21
Holy Spirit 42 Mainland 7
Manville 23 Bernards 13
Middletown South 49 Centreal Regional 0
Millville 22 Buena 6
Moorestown 41 North Burlington 29
Oakcrest 22 Smyrna (DE) 0
Overbrook 20 Sterling 14
Palmyra 20 Maple Shade 13
Paul VI 20 Burlington Township 14
Pennsville 40 Middle Township 12
Ridgefield Park 40 Dumont 25
Schalick 33 Salem 14
Shawnee 46 Triton 18
Timber Creek 34 Camden 12
Toms River North 34 Brick Memorial 7
Vineland 35 Lower Cape May 13
West Deptford 35 Haddonfield 13
West Side 14 East Orange 12
Woodstown 18 Pitman 6

Friday, September 25, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scoreboard - Week 3

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, September 25, 2009

Absegami 23 Millville 14
Barringer 15 Shabazz 13
Brick Memorial 24 Freehold Township 12
Bridgeton 26 Buena 13
Burlington Twp. 35 Burlington City 7
Cinaminson 31 Maple Shade 6
Cranford 21 North Plainfield 20
Don Bosco Prep 35 Prattville (AL) 24
East Brunswick 23 Monroe 21
Eastern 13 Cherry Hill West 0
Egg Harbor Township 21 Oakcrest 0
Glassboro 29 Cumberland 7
Haddonfield 54 Overbrook 13
Hammonton 48 Atlantic City 13
Holy Spirit 48 Middle Township 6
Kingsway 31 Deptford 7
Mainland 22 Ocean City 16
New Brunswick 14 Carteret 0
New Egypt 22 Riverside 7
Neptune 20 Central Regional 17
Palmyra 20 Delran 17
Pascack Hills 6 Emerson Boro 0
Paul VI 56 Pemberton 20
Pennsville 35 Wildwood 7
Ridgewood 35 Clifton 10
Schalick 41 Gloucester 14
Seneca 27 Winslow Twp. 20
Shawnee 31 Moorestown 6
Washington Twp. 41 Rancocas Valley 7
West Deptford 47 Collingswood 6
Williamstown 30 Higland 3
Willingboro 25 Holy Cross 12
Wilmington Friends (DE) 14 Pitman 0

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Star-Ledger Statewide & Regional Rankings

Star-Ledger
Statewide Top 20

1-Don Bosco Prep (1-0)
2-Wayne Hills (2-0)
3-Bergen Catholic (2-0)
4-Cherokee (2-0)
5-Williamstown (1-0)
6-St. Joseph (Mont.) (2-0)
7-Toms River North (1-0)
8-Delsea (2-0)
9-St. Peter's Prep (0-1)
10-Paterson Catholic (2-0)
11-Howell (2-0)
12-Camden Catholic (1-1)
13-Phillipsburg (1-0)
14-Union (2-0)
15-St. Augustine (2-0)
16-Ridge (2-0)
17-Sayreville (2-0)
18-Egg Harbor Twp. (2-0)
19-Immaculata (1-1)
20-Linden (2-0)

GROUP 4
1-Cherokee (2-0)
2-Williamstown (1-0)
3-Toms River North (1-0)
4-Howell (2-0)
5-Phillipsburg (1-0)
6-Union (2-0)
7-Ridge (2-0)
8-Sayreville (2-0)
9-Egg Harbor Twp. (2-0)
10-Linden (2-0)

GROUP 3
1-Wayne Hills (2-0)
2-Irvington (1-1)
3-Middletown South (2-0)
4-Hammonton (1-0)
5-Monroe (1-0)
6-Timber Creek (2-0)
7-Nutley (2-0)
8-Wayne Valley (1-1)
9-Lawrence (2-0)
10-Morristown (1-1)

GROUP 2
1-Delsea (2-0)
2-Summit (2-0)
3-River Dell (2-0)
4-Long Branch (2-0)
5-Morris Hills (2-0)
6-West Deptford (2-0)
7-Orange (2-0)
8-Lincoln (2-0)
9-Rahway (0-1)
10-Raritan (1-0)

GROUP 1
1-Cedar Grove (2-0)
2-Glassboro (2-0)
3-Asbury Park (1-0)
4-Mountain Lakes (2-0)
5-Belvidere (2-0)
6-Hasbrouck Heights (1-0)
7-Brearley (2-0)
8-Paulsboro (2-0)
9-Spotswood (2-0)
10-Glen Ridge (1-1)

NON-PUBLIC
1-Don Bosco Prep (1-0)
2-Bergen Catholic (2-0)
3-St. Joseph (Mont.) (2-0)
4-St. Peter's Prep (0-1)
5-Paterson Catholic (2-0)
6-Camden Catholic (1-1)
7-St. Augustine (2-0)
8-Immaculata (1-1)
9-DePaul (1-1)
10-Delbarton (1-1)

PREP
1-Blair (1-0)
2-Peddie (1-0)
3-Hun (0-1)
4-Pennington (1-1)
5-Lawrenceville (0-1)

BERGEN
1-Don Bosco Prep (1-0)
2-Bergen Catholic (2-0)
3-St. Joseph (2-0)
4-Ridgewood (1-0)
5-Paramus (1-0)
6-Ramapo (2-0)
7-Pascack Valley (2-0)
8-River Dell (2-0)
9-Hasbrouck Heights (1-0)
10-Westwood (2-0)

ESSEX
1-Irvington (1-1)
2-East Orange (1-1)
3-Seton Hall Prep (1-1)
4-Nutley (2-0)
5-Montclair (1-1)
6-West Side (2-0)
7-Bloomfield (1-1)
8-Cedar Grove (2-0)
9-Orange (2-0)
10-Columbia (2-0)

HUDSON
1-St. Peter's Prep (0-1)
2-North Bergen (2-0)
3-Lincoln (2-0)
4-Secaucus (1-0)
5-St. Anthony (2-0)
6-Ferris (1-1)
7-Union City (1-1)
8-Memorial (1-1)
9-Hoboken (0-2)
10-Marist (1-1)

MIDDLESEX
1-Sayreville (2-0)
2-Monroe (1-0)
3-Piscataway (0-2)
4-East Brunswick (2-0)
5-Old Bridge (2-0)
6-Bishop Ahr (1-1)
7-South Brunswick (1-1)
8-North Brunswick (1-0)
9-Spotswood (2-0)
10-Highland Park (1-1)

MONMOUTH
1-Howell (2-0)
2-Middletown South (2-0)
3-Ocean Twp. (2-0)
4-Long Branch (2-0)
5-Raritan (2-0)
6-Neptune (1-1)
7-Freehold Borough (1-1)
8-Manasquan (1-0)
9-Asbury Park (1-0)
10-Matawan (2-0)

MORRIS
1-Roxbury (2-0)
2-Delbarton (1-1)
3-Morristown (1-1)
4-Morris Hills (2-0)
5-West Morris (1-1)
6-Montville (2-0)
7-Parsippany Hills (1-1)
8-Jefferson (1-1)
9-Mountain Lakes (2-0)
10-Chatham (2-0)

OCEAN
1-Toms River North (1-0)
2-Toms River East (2-0)
3-Jackson (1-0)
4-Brick (1-1)
5-Brick Memorial (1-1)
6-Lacey (0-2)
7-Manchester Twp. (1-0)
8-Southern (0-2)
9-Point Pleasant Boro (0-2)
10-Jackson Liberty (1-0)

PASSAIC
1-Wayne Hills (2-0)
2-Paterson Catholic (2-0)
3-DePaul (1-1)
4-Passaic Tech (1-1)
5-Clifton (1-1)
6-Wayne Valley (1-1)
7-Lakeland (2-0)
8-Passaic Valley (1-0)
9-Passaic (2-0)
10-Paterson Kennedy (0-2)

SOMERSET
1-Ridge (2-0)
2-Immaculata (1-1)
3-Hillsborough (2-0)
4-Bridgewater-Raritan (1-1)
5-Somerville (2-0)
6-Watchung Hills (1-1)
7-North Plainfield (0-2)
8-Montgomery (1-1)
9-Franklin (0-2)
10-Bound Brook (1-1)

SOUTH JERSEY
1-Cherokee (2-0)
2-Williamstown (1-0)
3-Delsea (2-0)
4-Camden Catholic (1-1)
5-St. Augustine (2-0)
6-Egg Harbor Twp. (2-0)
7-Hammonton (1-0)
8-Timber Creek (2-0)
9-Glassboro (2-0)
10-Lawrence (2-0)

UNION
1-Union (2-0)
2-Linden (2-0)
3-Summit (2-0)
4-Westfield (1-1)
5-Rahway (0-1)
6-Gov. Livingston (1-0)
7-Brearley (2-0)
8-Johnson (0-1)
9-Elizabeth (0-2)
10-Roselle (1-1)

WEST JERSEY
1-Phillipsburg (1-0)
2-Hunterdon Central (2-0)
3-Pope John (2-0)
4-Sparta (1-1)
5-Lenape Valley (2-0)
6-Warren Hills (1-1)
7-Belvidere (2-0)
8-North Hunterdon (0-1)
9-Hackettstown (1-1)
10-Newton (0-2)

Friday, September 18, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 19, 2009


Bishop Ahr 37 Monmouth 14
Burlington Twp. 26 Woodrow Wilson 14
Cardinal McCarrick 40 Mater Dei 21
DePaul 34 Seton Hall Prep 28
Haddon Heights 14 Audubon 13
Hasbrouck Heights 49 Bogota 14
Hawthorne 25 Garfield 6
Lincoln 42 Kearny 7
Manchester Regional 22 Saddle Brook 15
Palmyra 21 Bordentown 6
Passaic 18 Paterson Kennedy 6
Paulsboro 26 Lindenwold 6
Pemberton 41 Northern Burlington 27
Penns Grove 20 Clearview 14
Roselle 28 Manville 0
St. Joseph (Hammonton) 45 Middle Township 7
South River 34 Dunellen 14
Spotswood 34 Iselin Kennedy 7
Union 39 Franklin 0
West Deptford 56 Overbrook 0

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, September 18, 2009


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Toms River East tops Lacey


Absegami 31 Vineland 12
Becton 47 Harrison 22
Bergen Tech 21 Paterson Eastside 9
Bishop Eustace 14 Holy Cross 0
Buena 19 Pleasantville 12
Camden Catholic 35 Delran 0
Cedar Grove 40 Hoboken 6
Chatham 27 Walkill Valley 0
Cinaminson 28 Willingboro 19
Collingswood 34 Gateway 12
Delbarton 40 Vernon 0
Delsea 34 Kingsway 7
Glassboro 38 Schalick 0
Glen Ridge 29 Verona 14
Gloucester Catholic 43 Woodstown 0
Haddon Twp. 38 Sterling 6
Highland 17 Cumberland 3
Holy Spirit 54 Lower Cape May 6
Jackson Liberty 55 Lakewood 6
Madison 30 Kittatinny 10
Mainland 27 Atlantic City 2
Manchester 19 Central Regional 3
Maple Shade 27 New Egypt 7
Metuchen 20 Middlesex 13
Morris Hills 17 Parsippany 10
Morris Knolls 19 Randolph 12
Newark Central 52 Sussex Tech 0
Newark West Side 28 Weequahic 15
North Bergen 38 Bayonne 6
Oakcrest 29 Ocean City 13
Paterson Catholic 33 Glen Rock 6
Paul VI 21 Camden 0
Pitman 34 Wildwood 8
Pennsville 45 Gloucester City 42
St. Augustine 49 Bridgeton 6
Summit 48 Bernards 28
Toms River East 14 Lacey 7
Williamstown 49 Deptford 0

New Jersey High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


For the second straight week, Sayreville has taken down a defending sectional champ. Last week it was Brick Memorial, Thursday night it was Piscataway, which is ranked #18 in this week's Star -Ledger high school football rankings. Check-out the game wrap-up from the Star-Ledger.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Sayreville stuns Piscataway


New Jersey High School Football Scores
Thursday, September 17, 2009

Barnegat 14 Holmdel 13 Press of Atlantic City game story
Belvidere 47 Roselle Park 7
Bloomfield 28 Belleville 19
Brearley 13 Pingry 9
Bridgewater-Raritan 53 Montgomery 7
Caldwell 14 West Essex 7
Cherokee 27 Lenape 0
Colts Neck 7 Perth Amboy 0
Dover 27 Morristown-Beard 17
Dumont 12 Englewood 7
Eastern 29 Rancocas Valley 14
Egg Harbor Township 24 Millville 0
Emerson Boro 25 St. Mary - Rutherford 7
Florence 6 Robbinsville 0
Haddonfield 28 Woodbury 7
Hillside 14 Cranford 7
North Warren 26 Bound Brook 13
Ocean Township 17 Brick 7
Pennsauken 21 Cherry Hill East 7
Pequannock 27 Boonton 20
Princeton Day 15 New Hope-Solebury (PA) 12
Seneca 38 Triton 7
Timber Creek 47 Moorestown 0
Washington Twp. 27 Cherry Hill West 5
Winslow Twp. 48 Shawnee 42

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Irvington QB Overcomes Big Odds to Play High School Football Again

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

When is a loss a win? Friday night, Irvington quarterback Nijee Leverett's team lost to Pope John XXIII 19-6, but it was a victory for the young man, who has been battling testicular cancer since the beginning of 2008.

The Star-Ledger tells the heartwarming story of how Leverett has battled through six surgeries, including one that saw his heart stop, plus 48 weeks of chemotherapy.

High school quarterback makes a comeback after testicular cancer

Saturday, September 12, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Don Bosco Prep left no doubt in its battle with De La Salle. The Ironmen beat the Spartans for the second straight year 30-6 on Saturday night. The Star-Ledger has the game details.



New Jersey High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 12, 2009


Bishop Eustace 20 Bordentown 0
Burlington City 34 New Egypt 12
Camden 14 Camden Catholic 9 Philadelphia Inquirer game story
Don Bosco Prep 30 De La Salle (CA) 6
Freehold Borough 34 New Brunswick 10
Glassboro 35 Salem 12
Haddon Twp. 27 Overbrook 14 Philadelphia Inquirer game story
Hunterdon Central 21 Franklin 18
Lawrence 32 West Windsor South 26
Paul VI 28 Wilson 7
Paulsboro 21 Haddon Heights 0
Pemberton 18 Willingboro 6
Pope John 19 Irvington 6
Seton Hall Prep 24 Morristown 21
Westfield 14 Elizabeth 6
West Side 33 Newark East Side 0
Woodbury 48 Sterling 0

Friday, September 11, 2009

New Jersey High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Wayne Hills is one win away from tying Randolph for the second longest win streak in New Jersey history. Friday night, the Patriots won their 53rd straight beating West Essex 42-7. Paulsboro holds the all-time record of 63 consecutive victories between 1992-1998.

Football highlights: Wayne Hills beats West Essex

New Jersey High School Football Scores
Friday, September 11, 2009


Audubon 27, Collingswood 0
Bound Brook 14 Bernards 13
Brearley 12 New Providence 0
Brick Township 18, Colts Neck 3
Bridgeton 14, St. Joseph-Hammonton 6
Cedar Grove 23 Glen Ridge 0
Cherokee 14, Shawnee 7
Cherry Hill West 7, Triton 6
Clifton 2 Wayne Valley 0
Cliffside Park 33 Dumont 6
Delaware Valley Regional 14, North Plainfield 0
East Brunswick 38 Woodbridge 0
Egg Harbor 41, Atlantic City 7
Fair Lawn 12, Paterson Kennedy 8
Gloucester Catholic 20 Clearview 14
Haddonfield 48, Gateway 0
Hammonton 41, Absegami 12
Holy Spirit 32, Pleasantville 6
Immaculata 31 North Hunterdon 0
Lakeland 12, West Orange 0
Lincoln 34 Bayonne 0
Long Branch 13, Point Pleasant Boro 6
Mahwah 36, Demarest 14
Mainland Regional 17, Vineland 7
Middletown North 12, J.P. Stevens 7
Middletown South 14, Lacey 0
Millville 7, Oakcrest 0
Monroe 14, Red Bank Catholic 3
Montclair 22, Passaic Tech 19
Montgomery 24 Plainfield 13
Moorestown 31, Rancocas Valley 6
Mountain Lakes 28 Hopatcong 0
Ocean Township 14, Neptune 6
Old Bridge 19 Edison 7
Orange 20 Shabazz 13
Pascack Valley 35, Paramus Catholic 7
Pennington 25, Lower Moreland, Pa. 6
Perth Amboy 38, Marlboro 0
Raritan 41, Bishop Ahr 6
Ridgewood 34, Hackensack 21
River Dell 34, Ridgefield Park 0
Roxbury 26, Jefferson 14
Schalick 26, Woodstown 14
South Brunswick 20, Manalapan 7
Spotswood 14, Red Bank Regional 13
St. Augustine Prep 34, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, Pa. 17
St. Joseph Regional-Montvale 34, DePaul Catholic 21
Washington Township 21, Winslow 6
Wayne Hills 42, West Essex 7
West Morris Central 21, Mendham 6

Regular Season Opens in New Jersey

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


The 2009 regular season gets started tonight, but not much has changed from since the end of the 2008 season. Most of last year's best find themselves in the Star-Ledger's pre-season Top 20. At the top is Don Bosco Prep, which will get a challenge right out of the box when it faces national power De La Salle of Concord, California. DBP has been the #1 team in the Star-Ledger final rankings three years running. The Star-Ledger has a preview.

Wayne Hills has something in common with De La Salle. Wayne Hills is shooting for the Spartans' national record win streak of 151 straight that ended in 2004...however the Patriots have a long way to go. The Patriots enter this season on a 52-game win streak, the second longest in the nation...99 to go boys!

California's De La Salle high school tours New York while preparing for Don Bosco


Star-Ledger Top 20

1. Don Bosco Prep
2. Wayne Hills
3. Camden Catholic
4. Piscataway
5. St. Peter's Prep
6. Williamstown
7. Bergen Catholic
8. Cherokee
9. West Windsor-Plainsboro South
10. St. Joseph (Montvale)
11. Toms River North
12. Shawnee
13. Paterson Catholic
14. Delsea
15. Freehold Borough
16. Immaculata
17. Montclair
18. Phillipsburg
19. Union
20. Bishop Ahr

Monday, August 17, 2009

Cha...Cha..Changes in New Jersey High School Football Practice Routines

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Having grown-up on the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey it always amazed me out different the two states were when it came to pre-season high school football.

Because I covered the Easton (PA) Red Rovers and Phillipsburg (NJ) Stateliners, I was always acutely aware of the differences, especially since P'burg, which competed in the East Penn Conference in Pennsy, always started practice several weeks after the rest of their opponents. Tough road to hoe!

Things have changed though.

Today is the first official day of practice in the Garden State and Chuck Gormley of the Courier-Post out of Cherry Hill takes a look at how Jersey has caught-up with the times.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Holy Spirit 2009 Season Preview

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


Reporter Mike McGarry of the Press of Atlantic City is beginning to do some team capsules prior to the start of pre-season practice and the start of the regular season on September 11th. Click here to read his blog entry on Holy Spirit. The Spartans were 7-3 in 2008.

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Phillipsburg Associate Head Coach Nabbed in Drug Ring

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

Phillipsburg football received a lot of positive publicity earlier this year with Gatorade's Replay game against arch-rival Easton. Now, two months later, one of the school's all-time great athletes has been charged as part of a drug ring distributing OxyCotin.

Kevin Kane, who is also a teacher at the school, was arrested Thursday, and Phillipsburg head coach Bob Stem says Kane's career with the Stateliners football program is over. To read more, click here.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

New Jersey All-Stars Beat Stars From Northeast

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle


The first ever New Jersey/Northeast All-Star Football Classic went to the stars from the Garden State. Jersey pulled at the 13-7 victory on the very last play of the game on an interception and lateral that turned into a touchdown. To read about the exciting end of the game, click here.

For high school football news from around America, click here to go to The High School Football Huddle.

Monday, May 04, 2009

Roster for New Jersey High School All-Star Football Game Announced

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


How good are New Jersey's top high school football players? We'll find out next month when the Garden Staters take on an all-star team made-up of players from Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York and Virginia in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star Classic at Rutgers University.

For the previous 11-years, the game has pitted New Jersey against New York in a game known as the Governor's Bowl. Click here to read more about the format change for the June 7th game.

Former NFL quarterbacks Phil Simms (New Jersey) and Joe Theismann (Northeast) will be the head coaches.

New Jersey Roster
Offense

QB-Brent Caprio, Mainland
QB-Mike Colvin, Morristown
RB-Ray Graham, Elizabeth
RB-Aaron Hayward, Penns Grove
RB-Dillon Romain, Don Bosco Prep
FB-Blaze Caponegro, Wall
FB-Patrick Schuhl, Gloucester Catholic
TE-Malcolm Bush, Hackensack
TE-Mike Naples, Somerville
WR-Quron Pratt, Palmyra
WR-Roderick Tunstall, Glassboro
WR-Jerry Waters, Camden Catholic
WR-Tyree Watkins, Camden
WR-Nick Williams, Hun
OL-Nick Cattolico, Delran
OL-Zach Chibane, Paramus
OL-Elijah Grant, Piscataway
OL-Max Hay, Burlington City
OL-Eric Mahler, Old Bridge
OL-Evan Regas, Toms River North
OL-Cody Wallace, Moorestown
OL-Khalil Wilkes, St. Peters Prep

Defense

CB-Jeremy Crayton, Piscataway
CB-Kendall James, Roselle
CB-Eric Loper, Timber Creek
CB-Logan Ryan, Eastern
S-Josh Evans, Irvington
S-Jason Hendricks, Hudson Catholic
S-David Kenney, Peddie
LB-Greg Burton, South Plainfield
LB-Carlo Calabrese, Verona
LB-Glenn Carson, Southern Regional
LB-Ka'lial Glaud, Winslow Twp
LB-Marcus Green, Scotch Plains
LB-Brian Leffler, Hun
LB-Zach Protin, Lakeland
DT-DaShawn Cassell, Shawnee
DT-Tyson Chandler, North Plainfield
DT-Tyler Danielson, Sayreville
DT-Julio Geronimo, East Orange
DE-Mike Cole, North Brunswick
DE-Aaron Hush, Piscataway
DE-Mike Larrow, Union.

Special Teams
LS-Mike Alberque Jr. Ridgefield Park
K-Drew Evangelista, Cedar Grove
P-C.J. Feagles, Ridgewood.

Coaching Staff
Head Coach-Phil Simms, NY Giants
Assistant Coaches-Chuck Johnson, Ridgewood
Ken Trimmer, Caldwell
Charlie Pirrillo, Holy Cross
Dan Higgins, Piscataway
Tim Gushue, Shawnee
Joe Matterich, Jefferson
Rich Hansen, St. Peter's Prep
Warren Wolf, Brick.

As soon as I can find the entire Northeast roster, I will pass it along.

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Not So Fast! Brick Township Football Coaching Legend Takes A Stand on New Head Coach

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

The winningest head football coach in New Jersey history may have been crying wolf when he retired on December 1st. According to the Daily Record, Warren Wolf, who retired with a record of 361-122-11 in 51 seasons at Brick Township, wants to rescind his retirement because officials decided to go outside of the district for his replacement...Patrick Dowling, formerly of Allentown High.

Click here to read the story.

For high school football news from around America, click here to go to The High School Football Huddle.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Gatorade Replay..Thanks for the Memories!!

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle



Around 5:30 P.M. CST on Sunday, April 26, 2009...I received a call from my mother, who lives in Easton, Pennsylvania...actually Wilson Borough (my hometown) to be exact.

The call went like this....

Mom - "What was the final score to the game?"

Me - "The Liners won, mom"

Mom - "I know, but what was the score?"

Me - "P'burg 27-12"

The reason for the call was my mom was watching my old TV station, which during it's report gave the winner's name, but not the final score for the Gatorade Replay game that broke 1993's 7-7 tie between the two arch rival that meet every Thanksgiving morning at Lafayette College.

Of course, mom is a little jaded when it comes to reviewing the talent that replaced me when I moved to Chicago, but when she was done making light of the fact that the reporter was remiss in not giving the final score, it dawned on me that...high school football memories are as special as a first kiss!

This game was more than an advertising stunt, and my mom and the rest of the area were treating it as such!

They've play 102-games that counted before Sunday, but none of the 102 may have counted more than Sunday's Replay. It had all the romance of a Harlequin novel as two towns that have a combined population of 40,000 came together to show that the Thanksgiving Day rivalry is more than just a game. It showed the fabric of these two Delaware River communities, and it focused me on my job as America's central database for high school football.

The High School Football Huddle is about everything high school football....all 15,000 high schools and 1.3 million players, plus the cheerleaders and the bands. I promise you that this site will always be about ripping apart the fabric of communities around the country to tell the story of high school football.

Finally, for all of us who have thought, "if I had to do it all over again"...Sunday was a special day! It proved that there's nothing wrong with turning back the clock.

In closing, and using football terms...we should always remember that as time rushes by us, we should consider grabbing each passing moment and realize that the problems we tackled in high school, make very special memories.

Gatorade Replay showed that TIES really do bind.

And, don't forgot to check-out various video from throughout the day on College Hill in Easton, Pennsylvania...











Sunday, April 26, 2009

1993 Tie Broken...Phillipsburg 27 Easton 12

by Jeff Fisher
The High school Football Huddle


You can do it all over again!

Phillipsburg (NJ) beat Easton (PA) 27-12 Sunday in the Gatorade Replay game that broke a 7-7 tie from a 1993 Thanksgiving Day game between the Delaware River rivals. The game lived-up to its hype, and went a long way to proving that these two may own America's best high school football rivalry!

Click here to read about the game.

The Voice of Easton and Phillipsburg...A Real Turn-Back-the-Clock Guy

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle



Sitting here in Chicago, about 45 minutes from the start of the Easton-Phillipsburg Gatorade Replay game. I'm going to listen to the game on the internet with THE VOICE of the Red Rovers and Stateliners...Dick Hammer.

At 75 years young, Dick is my mentor and friend. However, to tens of thousands, he was the voice on WEST-AM Radio.

Dick's words have painted every hand-off, pass and tackle for these two schools since the 50's. WEST was known as "The Best Little Station in the Nation" for its community-based broadcasts that included not only Easton and Phillipsburg football, but also, basketball, baseball wrestling...YES WRESTLING. Hold-by-hold on the radio!

I spoke to Dick earlier this week, and he was very excited about calling today's game with his long-time sidekick Mike Moore, who also helped me cut my teeth in the news business back in the late 70's.

For those of you who have been following my blog about this game...do yourself a favor and click onto the WGPA radio link below, and make this truly a throwback game by listening to a man, who has been calling sports on the radio for over 50 years. While I love the pictures of TV, there's NOTHING better than an old-time radio broadcast.

Click here to go to the WGPA website to listen to today's game.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Phillipsburg vs. Easton (PA)...Better the Second Time Around?

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

While many may have considered Gatorade's idea to Replay the 1993 Easton-Phillipsburg Thanksgiving Day game to break the 7-7 a joke, on the eve of the game, the feeling in the two communities, is no different than it is on Thanksgiving Eve.

Complete with the traditional bonfire, everyone is getting into the sold-out game that will be played Sunday afternoon at Lafayette's Fisher Field.

For the players, there are probably the same butterflies that were felt 15-years ago. For one player, this replay has been a life changer. You can check-out that story from CNN's Reynolds Wolf below.


Friday, April 24, 2009

Phillipsburg and Easton (PA)...More Than Just Turkey!

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

In about 48-hours, the communities of Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ) will turn back the clock and replay the 1993 Thanksgiving Day high school football game that ended in a 7-7 tie. The event, sponsored by Gatorade, has captured the two communities that are separated by the Delaware River in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey.

About 60-players from the 1993 squads have been training for a couple of months for this game that is sold-out to the tune of 13,000 tickets.

The process of getting in-shape has been documented with episodes on the Gatorade Mission G website, and today they released the third installment of the documentary.

I really like this one!! It focuses on the relationship between Easton's Tim Gadwell and Phillipsburg's Tyrone Randolph.

Check it out & enjoy!!



By the way, the game itself can be seen on Service Electric Cable at 8 P.M. Sunday night.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Living in the Past...Playing in the Future

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


The buzz continues to grow around this weekend's Gatorade Replay game between the 1993 Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ) football teams. Friends and family in my hometown of Easton really seem to be pumped-up about this "old-timers" game, and from several recent conversations, I get the sense that this April 26th game is being treated as a real game by all involved.

For Huddle readers that haven't been following the story, the two Thanksgiving Day rivals will meet April 26th to settle a 7-7 tie from 16-years ago with players that played in that game. The game is sold-out with 10,000 tickets selling in 90-minutes. NFL quarterbacks/brothers Eli and Peyton Manning are honorary coaches for the game.

Below is the second episode of the second coming of Easton-Phillipsburg "1993 Part Deux".

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ) Part Deux...A History Lesson from Gatorade's Replay

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Here's Episode 1 of Gatorade's Replay game between Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ). This fall the two will square-off on Thanksgiving morning for the 103rd time. But before that, Gatorade has come-up with a promotion to break the 1993 7-7 tie between the Delaware River rivals.

Yes, 35-something guys will be strapping on the shoulder pads one more time in the ultimate fantasy camp next Saturday (April 26th) at Lafayette College!

For those of you that are not familiar with the rivalry and the Gatorade promotion, check-out the video below.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Gatorade's Replay...Easton (PA) vs. Phillipsburg (NJ)

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


As all of my readers know, I'm an unabashed promoter of the Easton (PA)-Phillipsburg (NJ) annual Thanksgiving Day football game. I believe it's THE BEST high school football rivalry in America.

However, even I'm amazed how the two communities are approaching next Saturday's (April 26th) made-for-the-internet game between players from the 1993 Turkey Day game that ended in a 7-7 tie. It took only 90-minutes to sell-out tickets for the Gatorade Relay game.

The fans goggled-up the $10 tickets faster than you can say, "do 13,000 people really want to watch guys 15-years past their prime, play in another high school football game?"

Bottom line...these two communities, separated by the Delaware River, love this game! So in addition to being the best rivalry in high school football, this proves that they may also be THE BEST high school football fans!

To read more about preparation for game from the Express-Times, click here.

The game itself is part of a Gatorade documentary that is being shown Gatorade's Mission G website. The trailer is below.

Enjoy,

Jeff



Sunday, March 29, 2009

Holy Cross Gets New Head Football Coach

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

After 14-years as an assistant coach at Delran, Frank Holmes is getting a chance to run his own program. Holmes has been named as the new head coach at two-time NJSIAA Non-Public Group 2 champion Holy Cross. Click here for the story.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ) 1993 Part Deux

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Gatorade is hoping to break a 15-year old tie between Easton (PA) and Phillipsburg (NJ). According to a report in the Express-Times, Gatorade has asked the schools if they can find 25-to-30 alumni players each from the November 25, 1993 game that ended in a 7-7 tie. According to the report, Gatorade wants the two schools to put the 30-something players on the field to "play it again Sam" and break the tie as part of Gatorade's program highlighting great American high school rivalries.

The Easton-Phillipsburg rivalry is one of the best in the country. The two schools are separated by the Delaware River, and this past year played their 102nd game on Thanksgiving morning at Lafayette College. Phillipsburg is New Jersey's winningest high school football program, while Easton is #2 in Pennsylvania.

The game is big enough that it's been aired live on ESPN twice.

Click here for the story from the Express-Times.
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