Week 5 Recap

After losing its first three games, Don Bosco Prep is back to .500, with its latest and biggest win coming over St. Joseph (Mont.), 31-14. Quarterback Tommy DeVito threw two touchdowns and 295 yards, while the Ironmen defense had Joe’s QB Nick Patti on the move all night. The victory means that Don Bosco Prep is now 3-0 in in-state contests, and 3-0 in NJSFC United play.

Week 5 Predictions

Don Bosco and St. Joseph (Mont.) may be the most high-profile encounter of the week, but there is plenty more on the week five slate. Let’s not waste any time and get to some picks.

Power Points Now Online

After a few technical difficulties, we're happy to report that Gridiron New Jersey's power points standings are now online. However, the NJSIAA's new head-scratching addition to the formula has not entirely been accounted for.  For those unfamiliar with what's new with the power points formula, here it is:

Week 4 Recap

Paramus Catholic and St. Peter’s Prep showed just how competitive the North Jersey Super Football Conference’s United Red Division is going to be in 2016. It was a back-and-forth affair between the Paladins and Marauders, with PC quarterback Andrew Brito showing just what type of versatile threat he can be in a 28-21 victory.

Week 4 Predictions

When the weekend concludes, we will officially be halfway through the 2016 season. The playoff picture will start taking shape, and we’ll know just who has the inside track to a high seed in the postseason. Several of this weekend’s games will have a big impact on the playoffs.

Week 3 Recap

If anyone was doubting Toms River North's firepower going into the weekend, there is no way they can be anymore. The Mariners lit up the scoreboard against a very good Brick Township team, riding running back Parker Day to a huge Shore Conference A-South 62-34 victory.

Week 3 Predictions

Week 3 looks to be a week where the cream will begin rising to the top. It’s an opportunity for teams to separate themselves and pick up some much-needed power points. Here are some picks for some of the more interesting games of the week.

Week 2 Recap

For months, Delbarton administration protested even having to participate in a game against St. Joseph (Mont.). But the Green Wave players showed exactly why those protests were silly all along. Stout defense and just flat-out effort resulted in a competitive game that, despite ending in a 28-14 loss, showed that Delbarton is a more than reasonable piece of the new NJSFC.

Week 2 Predictions

Week 2 looks to have it all, with some NJSFC United rivals clashing, a showdown between South Jersey public powerhouses and two Cinderella stories looking at 2-0 starts.

Week 1 Recap

Week 1 saw the ending of several lengthy winning streaks, the most notable of which was Verona’s 23-game tear, which was the longest active streak in New Jersey. But that's over now, after Hoboken dismantled the Hillbillies, 28-8.

Week 1 Predictions

Week Zero was great, but now the rest of New Jersey gets to get in on the action. Along with title defenses and some juicy matchups, one of the highlights will be the coaching debuts in big-name programs

Week Zero Recap

There was a lot of interstate action seizing headlines, but Bernards and Shabazz put on a show in Newark that may have been the most exciting of the weekend.

Week Zero Predictions

Week Zero, as it’s come to be known, is shaping up to be a showcase for some of New Jersey’s parochial powerhouses, who are representing the Garden State against foes from Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Georgia and Maryland. Sprinkled in are some quality intra-state contests.