Friday Football Scoreboard, 10/11/13
Friday high school highlights and scores from around New Jersey.
Class A Central
Raritan 31, Monmouth 16
The Rockets (1-4, 1-2) ended a 14-game losing streak by exploding for 31 points behind a career-high three touchdown passes by junior quarterback Riley Sullivan after having scored 17 all season to down the Falcons (2-2, 1-1).
Sullivan threw two touchdowns to wideout Dylan Dewysockie, and the defense did not allow a touchdown, as both of the Falcons’ scores came on kickoff returns. One of Sullivan’s scoring throws was a school-record 99 1/2 yard touchdown to Dewysockie, who also had an eight-yard touchdown catch. Senior wideout James Wines added a touchdown catch, and senior running back Jared Collins rushed for a score in the win.
Class B North
No. 6 Ocean 33, Red Bank 6
Sophomore tailback Tyler Thompson went over 100 yards rushing and had a pair of touchdowns, junior quarterback Royal Moore added 51 yards rushing and two scores, and senior Cole Mehr had 59 yards rushing and a touchdown as the Spartans (5-0, 3-0) remained unbeaten by downing the Bucs (0-4, 0-2).
This also marked the fourth straight game that Ocean has allowed a touchdown or less.
Class B Central
Pt. Beach 10, Asbury Park 7
Zach McCartney’s 20-yard field goal with 1:49 left in the game proved to be the difference as the Garnet Gulls (4-1, 2-0) edged the Blue Bishops (2-2, 1-2).
Junior fullback Joe Wegrzyniak ran for a 1-yard touchdown to give Point Beach a 7-0 lead in the second quarter before the Blue Bishops tied it on a 45-yard touchdown by senior Daquane Bland-Bennett. Wegrzyniak finished with 85 yards on 30 carries in the win.
Class B South
Msgr. Donovan 29, Pt. Boro 14
Senior Joey Fields had a pair of touchdowns on a run and a fumble return as the Griffins (2-2, 2-1) jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead on their way to topping the Panthers (0-5, 0-3).
Sophomore Dave Calderone and senior quarterback Vinny Grasso each added touchdown runs in the win.
TR East 47, Howell 41 (OT)
Junior Jeff Wood ran for a 22-yard touchdown in overtime and then the Raiders’ defense came up with a stop on fourth down to seal the win when senior defensive back Zach Rosengrant made an interception in the end zone to give Toms River East (1-4) its first victory of the season in a wild game with the Rebels (2-2). The victory also marked the Raiders’ first win on the road since 2010.
Senior tailback Matt Gudzak erupted for 237 yards rushing and three touchdowns, including a 40-yard run with under a minute left in regulation that sent the game into overtime after Jerry Caporale’s game-tying extra point. Wood set up Gudzak’s game-tying run with an interception with 50 seconds left in regulation. Rosengrant and Dom Spalletta each added touchdowns in the win.
Howell senior quarterback Connor McGlynn went 17-for-36 for 281 yards and four touchdowns passing and also ran for 98 yards on 9 carries in the loss. Senior wideout Joey Schultz had 7 catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and running back Nate Litowsky had a career-high 161 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 23 carries as well as three catches for 44 yards for the Rebels.
No. 2 Manalapan 31, No. 10 Jackson Mem. 0
Four different players scored and the defense held the Jaguars (3-1) to 92 total yards as the Braves (4-0) won their 20th straight game against Shore Conference competition by registering their second shutout of the season.
Senior wideout Saeed Blacknall caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Charles Lombana, junior defensive back Dan Debner had a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown, tight end R.J. Krause caught a 38-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dan Anerella, running back Jake McCourt had a 1-yard score, and junior kicker Mike Caggiano added a 24-yard field goal in the win.
The Braves played without starting senior tailback Tyler Leonetti, who sat out for precautionary reasons after suffering an ankle injury last week. Jackson Memorial was without starting quarterback Joe Demaio, who was out with a concussion.
No. 3 Lacey 21, Manchester 14
Senior running back Chris Jensen ran for a touchdown with 23.9 seconds left in the game to snap a 14-14 tie and help the Lions (5-0) avoid the major upset at the hands of the host Hawks (0-5).
Jensen fell on his head at the end of the touchdown run and was put on a backboard with a neck injury and taken to the hospital by ambulance. Jensen also had a 5-yard touchdown run for a 14-6 lead with 7:53 left in the game before Manchester tied it on a touchdown pass from Kashaun Barnes to Devin Tomei and then a two-point conversion with 3:59 left in the game.
Manchester had taken a 6-0 halftime lead on a touchdown pass from Tomei to Shaquille Benjamin before the Lions took a 7-6 lead in the third quarter on a 46-yard touchdown pass from junior Conor Davies to senior wideout Christian Tutela.
Long Branch 35, Pinelands 0
The Green Wave (4-1) registered their second shutout of the season and have only given up one offensive touchdown all season as they blanked the Wildcats (1-4).
Senior tailback Deon Williams ran for three touchdowns, senior quarterback Shabazz Shuler threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Antoine Felder, and junior Dahmiere Willis added a 39-yard touchdown run in the win.
Brick Memorial 27, Neptune 16
The Mustangs (3-2) scored three unanswered touchdowns in the final 4:28 to pick up a comeback win over the host Scarlet Fliers (2-3), taking the lead for good on a 1-yard run by Connor Owen with 2:44 left in the game after recovering a live ball on a kickoff at Neptune’s 1-yard line.
Quarterback Rob Triano, who replaced injured starter Joe Hans in the second half, then iced the win when he hit wideout Karl Kumm for a 30-yard touchdown on fourth down for a 27-16 lead with 41 seconds left in the game. Triano also had a 46-yard touchdown run that brought the Mustangs within 16-13 with 4:28 to go before they recovered the ensuing kickoff at the Scarlet Fliers’ 1-yard line. Owen also had a 7-yard touchdown run to get Brick Memorial on the board in the third quarter.
Jaree Parrish had a 3-yard touchdown run, Dyshon Day had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and Hunter Daly kicked a 27-yard field goal in the loss for Neptune.
Shore 35, Holmdel 0
The Blue Devils (4-1) recorded their second straight shutout and have outscored their last two opponents 80-0 as they blanked the Hornets (1-4).
Wall at No. 9 Brick, 7 p.m. – Postponed to Saturday at 1 p.m. at Drum Point Complex, Brick
Sayreville 35, Freehold Twp. 0
Old Bridge 35, Middletown North 8
Scores From Around New Jersey from the Associated Press
Bernards 14, New Providence 7
Boonton 14, Pequannock 7
Brick Memorial 27, Neptune 16
Bridgeton 20, Buena Regional 0
Caldwell 21, West Side 19
Camden 33, Cumberland Regional 10
Cedar Grove 46, Glen Ridge 0
Cherry Hill West 21, Seneca 14
Cinnaminson 37, Holy Cross 6
Clearview Regional 15, Shawnee 14
Clifton 21, Bloomfield 7
Colonia 21, Woodbridge 7
Cranford 30, Delaware Valley Regional 13
Cresskill 28, Secaucus 6
Delbarton 48, Roxbury 14
Delran 21, Robbinsville 0
Delsea 41, Woodrow Wilson 0
DePaul Catholic 42, Bergen Catholic 11
Deptford 21, Bishop Eustace Prep 20
Dover 32, Kittatinny 13
East Orange 8, Columbia 6
Eastern 14, Williamstown 0
Ewing 32, Bordentown 19
Fort Lee 13, Pascack Hills 7
Garfield 31, Hawthorne 20
Gloucester City 40, Clayton 12
Haddon Township 27, Gateway 8
Hammonton 14, Atlantic City 0
Hasbrouck Heights 55, Emerson 9
High Point 24, Montville 14
Holy Spirit 26, Absegami 0
Hunterdon Central 24, Hillsborough 21
Immaculate Conception-Montclair 39, Newark Academy 0
Iselin Kennedy 60, New Brunswick 13
J.P. Stevens 20, North Brunswick 7
Jefferson 37, Hanover Park 17
Jonathan Dayton 24, Belvidere 17
Kingsway 37, Triton 13
Kinnelon 24, Wallkill Valley 20
Lacey 21, Manchester 14
Lakeland 48, Kearny 0
Lenape 45, Cherry Hill East 0
Lenape Valley 28, Parsippany 7
Lincoln 28, Hoboken 7
Linden 26, Immaculata 6
Long Branch 28, Pinelands Regional 0
Lyndhurst 14, Ridgefield 0
Madison 41, Hackettstown 13
Mahwah 21, Morrow-Englewood 14, OT
Manalapan 31, Jackson Memorial 0
Monroe 47, Edison 21
Monsignor Donovan 29, Point Pleasant Boro 14
Montgomery 21, Warren Hills 12
Morris Knolls 14, Morris Hills 7
Mount Olive 33, Vernon 16
Mountain Lakes 21, North Warren 7
New Milford 41, Harrison 7
North Bergen 28, Memorial 21
Ocean Township 33, Red Bank Regional 7
Old Bridge 35, Middletown North 8
Old Tappan 36, Demarest 28
Orange 33, Millburn 19
Overbrook 6, Haddon Heights 0
Palisades Park 46, Becton 6
Paramus 37, Indian Hills 7
Pascack Valley 21, Passaic Valley 7
Pennsville Memorial 44, Pitman 7
Phillipsburg 16, Bridgewater-Raritan 7
Pingry 38, Manville 8
Point Pleasant Beach 10, Asbury Park 7
Ramapo 22, Wayne Valley 14
Ramsey 36, Dumont 22
Rancocas Valley 38, West Windsor-Plainsboro South 0
Randolph 35, Chatham 6
Raritan 31, Monmouth 16
Ridge 38, North Hunterdon 12
Ridgewood 49, Passaic 0
River Dell 36, Ridgefield Park 0
Roselle Park 34, Brearley 28
Saddle Brook 42, North Arlington 14
Sayreville 35, Freehold Township 0
Schalick 19, Glassboro 8
Scotch Plains 27, North Plainfield 12
Shabazz 49, Newark East Side 0
Shore Regional 35, Holmdel 0
South Brunswick 42, Piscataway 14
South Hunterdon 41, Bound Brook 7
South Plainfield 18, Bishop Ahr 17
South River 22, Dunellen 18
St. Anthony 36, Marist 14
St. Joseph-Hammonton 35, Oakcrest 13
St. Peter’s Prep 48, Union City 12
Sterling 13, Haddonfield 0
Timber Creek 7, Moorestown 6
Toms River East 47, Howell 41, OT
Voorhees 27, Somerville 14
Watchung Hills 27, Plainfield 12
West Deptford 34, Collingswood 7
West Essex 48, Belleville 8
West Milford 30, Northern Highlands 27
West Morris 28, Mendham 21
West Orange 51, Seton Hall Prep 34
Woodstown 9, Penns Grove 0
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS
Wall vs. Brick Township, ppd. to Oct 12.
Northern Burlington vs. Willingboro, ppd. to Oct 12.
Burlington City vs. Maple Shade, ppd. to Oct 12.