Saturday Football Scoreboard, 11/2/13
Scores and details from Saturday’s high school football action.
Class A North
No. 7 Colts Neck 35, Freehold Township 7
Quarterback Christian Sanchez ran for a pair of touchdowns, wide receiver John Miller threw a touchdown pass to Nick Volpe and Anthony Gargiulo and Craig Russo added rushing touchdowns as Cougars (6-1, 3-1) pulled away from the Patriots (1-6, 1-4) in A North.
Class A South
No. 10 Brick 25, Lacey 24
Junior quarterback Joe Phillips, who started for injured junior Carmen Sclafani, threw a touchdown pass to freshman receiver Jazir Taylor with 29 seconds left, and junior Ray Fattaruso ran in the two-point conversion to give the Dragons (6-2, 5-1) a wild come-from-behind victory over the Lions (5-3, 3-3) and set up a winner-take-all showdown with Jackson Memorial for the Class A South division title.
Phillips led a 10-play, 77-yard drive with 2:24 left to pull the Dragons to within 24-23. The extra point was no good, but a running-into-the-kicker penalty on Lacey gave the Dragons another chance. Fattaruso ran for 139 yards on 26 carries and Mike Muratore added 58 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns. Phillips finished 11-of-16 for 111 yard and one touchdown.
Senior quarterback Tommy Kelly threw for 276 yards and three touchdowns for Lacey, and senior Christian Tutela caught 5 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns. Kelly had thrown a 23-yard touchdown pass to Conor Davies that gave Lacey a 24-17 lead with 2:36 left in the game.
Class B Central
Shore 59, Keansburg 6
Class B South
Lakewood 21, No. 5 Barnegat 14
The Piners (5-2, 4-2) shocked the previously-unbeaten Bengals (6-1, 5-1) thanks to 21 unanswered points spanning the second and third quarters. Mo Diawara picked up a fumble after and interception by Datrell Reed and returned it 25 yard for a touchdown in the third quarter to put Lakewood up 21-7. Amir Tyler had a one-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and Chapelle Cook threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Mike Randolph in the second quarter to give the Piners a 14-7 lead.
Junior quarterback threw touchdown passes of 61 and 23 yards to junior wide receiver Manny Bowen.
The win opens the door for Central, which also has one loss in B South, to tie for the division title if both teams win their final divisional games.
Manchester 40, Pinelands 6 – Click here for a photo gallery by Bill Normile
Senior running back Amani Richardson ran for over 200 yards and scored three touchdowns, and also returned a blocked field goal 80 yards for a touchdown to power the Hawks (2-5, 2-3) to a divisional victory over the Wildcats (1-7, 1-5).
Senior quarterback Devin Tomei threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to senior KaShaun Barnes and the Hawks also scored on defense with a fumble recovery in the end zone.
Shemar Gadson ran for a 55-yard touchdown for Pinelands.
Mater Dei Prep 39, Metuchen 15
Asbury Park 34, Middlesex 14
Senior quarterback Robert Barksdale threw a touchdown pass to junior running back Tyquis Davis and also ran for a score as the Blue Bishops (5-2) stopped the Blue Jays (2-5) in a nonconference game. Davis also ran for a touchdown while seniors Daquane Bland-Bennett and Malik king each ran for touchdowns for Asbury Park.
Saturday Football Scores From Around New Jersey from The Associated Press
Asbury Park 34, Middlesex 14
Bergen Tech 82, Snyder 46
Brick Township 25, Lacey 24
Camden Catholic 35, Gloucester Catholic 6
Cedar Creek 48, Vineland 21
Cherokee 48, Pennsauken 15
Colts Neck 35, Freehold Township 7
Don Bosco Prep 23, Bergen Catholic 17
East Orange 34, Bloomfield 7
Eastern 52, Winslow 14
Elmwood Park 29, Manchester Regional 14
Ferris 38, Kearny 36
Glen Ridge 50, Newark East Side 6
Glen Rock 38, Hawthorne 14
Haddon Township 37, Lindenwold 26
Hamden Hall, Conn. 49, Morristown-Beard 42
Hillside 27, Pingry 10
Hudson Catholic 48, Immaculate Conception-Montclair 14
Lakewood 21, Barnegat 14
Lawrence 33, Northern Burlington 6
Lenape 28, Rancocas Valley 22
Lincoln 30, Passaic Valley 22
Lodi 28, New Milford 17
Madison 27, Kittatinny 7
Manchester 40, Pinelands Regional 6
Mater Dei 39, Metuchen 15
Montclair 40, West Orange 13
Moorestown 35, Woodrow Wilson 8
Morristown 17, Mendham 14
Morrow-Englewood 42, Cliffside Park 6
Mountain Lakes 48, Wallkill Valley 14
North Plainfield 22, Governor Livingston 19
Northern Highlands 24, Bergenfield 17, OT
Nutley 34, Columbia 21
Paramus Catholic 41, Friendship-Edison, D.C. 14
Parsippany Hills 35, Randolph 14
Paulsboro 31, Audubon 0
Rahway 28, Voorhees 0
Saddle Brook 47, Bogota 28
Schalick 30, Salem 18
Shore Regional 59, Keansburg 6
South River 14, Spotswood 3
Sparta 59, Morris Knolls 21
St. Peter’s Prep 63, North Bergen 7
Summit 46, Delaware Valley Regional 13
Trenton Central 57, Princeton 14
Union 32, Plainfield 6
Weequahic 27, Verona 0
West Side 40, Barringer 6
Wood-Ridge 34, Park Ridge 21
Woodbury 45, Overbrook 0