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DateVisitorHomeScore
11/14DunellenvsRoselle Park55-26
11/14ShorevsJohnson26-7
11/15Wayne ValleyvsPhillipsburg7-0
11/15West OrangevsUnion14-20
11/15WestfieldvsRidgewood10-16
11/15SenecavsSomerville23-53
11/15HillsboroughvsLenape17-28
11/15HillsidevsHaddonfield35-0
11/15CliftonvsRidge42-35
11/16BernardsvsCedar Creek10-50
11/16Gov. LivingstonvsRoselle-
11/16ImmaculatavsHudson Catholic28-34
GMC
DateVisitorHomeScore
11/14DunellenvsRoselle Park55-26
11/15RandolphvsWoodbridge13-14
11/15CherokeevsNorth Brunswick41-25
IND
DateVisitorHomeScore
11/14PitmanvsBordentown21-7
NJIC
DateVisitorHomeScore
11/15St. MaryvsHoly Spirit16-54
11/15WeequahicvsPark Ridge12-14
11/15New MilfordvsHasbrouck Hts.7-34
11/15Lenape ValleyvsWaldwick33-20
11/15MahwahvsLyndhurst14-28
11/15GarfieldvsPascack Valley6-28
11/15BoontonvsCresskill59-55
11/15ButlervsCedar Grove19-34

Non-Public Finals and Bowl Games, Week 2

The Wildcats dominated thanks largely to RBs Jada Byers and Ahmad Ross. Byers and Ross each accounted for three touchdowns.



Non-Public Finals and Bowl Games, Week 1

Senior RB Abellany Mendez did a little bit of everything in Rutherford’s 62-14 victory over Kittatiny, rushing for 93 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries, catching five passes for 81 yards and a score and throwing for a three yard touchdown and two-point conversion.



Looking Back on Sectional Finals

A year after suffering a crushing loss to the Pioneers in the finals, the Bulldogs earned some payback. RB Alex Maldjian couldn't be stopped, as he rushed for 281 yards and four touchdowns in the 42-35 victory. 



Dates, Times for Bowl Games, Non-Public Finals

North, Group 1:  Butler vs. Hasbrouck Heights -- Fri., Nov. 23, 4:05 pm
South, Group 1:  Willingboro vs. Penns Grove -- Sat., Nov. 24, 1:05 pm
North, Group 2:  Kittatinny vs. Rutherford -- Fri., Nov. 23, 1:00 pm



Looking Back on the Semifinals

The defending champion Renegades, who were just 2-6 when the playoffs began, scored a huge upset over the Thunderbolts, 28-26.



Looking Back on the First Round

QB Sammy Nieves was the top playmaker for South Plainfield, rushing for touchdowns of 41 and 66 yards. Overall, he rushed for 125 yards on just six carries, as the Tigers took down the section's defending champs.