Evan Smith threw three touchdowns in Butler's 23-0 victory over Boonton in its final game in the North Jersey Super Football Conference.
The quarterfinal round and consolation playoffs kicked off in Morris County this weekend and Sean Reilly brings you the top stories and performances from Week 10.
Boonton, playing with a chip on its shoulder all season long, toppled Butler to win the NJSFC National White Division title.
Sean Reilly breaks down the week that was in Morris County with the top headline, rankings, games, players, performances, and more.
Swish & Dish: Defending champion Morris Catholic locks down top seed for Morris County Tournament Morris Catholic, the three-time defending champion and ranked ninth in the MSG Varsity New Jersey Top 15 power rankings, earned the top seed for the Morris County Tournament, which commences this week
Larissa Spellman tossed another shutout for Butler as the Bulldogs remained unbeaten with a 6-0 victory over Hanover Park
Immaculate Heart Academy won the incredibly tough NJSIAA Non-Public A state tournament and finishes as our No. 1 team in the New Jersey Top 15.
Larissa Butler became the first player in Morris County history to amass 1,000 career strikeouts.
Madison Curtis came up with a last-second steal while Stephanie Karcz made an all-around impact to lift Middletown South to a 34-32 victory
Mario Ferraioli fanned nine over six innings, Sam DeVitis drove in three runs and Tim Cavrak went 4 for 4 as Colts Neck won its eighth straight, 7-2, over Wall