Highlights of Bryan Dobzanski defeating Zack Chakonis 3-1 in double overtime, in the NJSIAA State Wrestling Championship.
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Trailing by two runs in the bottom of the sixth, Bergen Catholic crafted a comeback to edge Don Bosco, 5-4, for its first Bergen County Tournament title since 1999
Junior Matt Semon tossed six shutout innings and senior Conor Buckhout was responsible for three RBI as fourth-seeded Don Bosco blanked fifth-seeded Dumont, 5-0, in the quarterfinal round of the Bergen County Tournament
Gov. Livingston ascends to No. 1; Pascack Valley, Hunterdon Central and St. Mary (Ruth.) enter
Casey Dana stole home to lift Don Bosco Prep to a 2-1 victory over Paramus Catholic in the home opener for the Ironmen (2-0).
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After beating Don Bosco Prep during the regular season, Northern Highlands expected the Ironmen to come ready to play. In fact, Bosco had won seven of eight heading into the Highlands matchup in the Bergen County Tournament quarterfinals.
The highly-anticipated first meeting between Don Bosco and Bergen Catholic was suspended in the middle of the seventh when the automated system shut down the lights at Overpeck Park. On Tuesday, it was declared Don Bosco the winner, 5-3.
St. Joseph Regional, off its sweep of Don Bosco Prep, remains the No. 1 team in the News 12 Varsity Tri-State baseball rankings
Senior right-hander Nick Cantone retired nine straight, worked out of a jam in the fifth and fanned 11 in a four-hitter to fire No. 1 St. Joseph Regional by No. 5 Don Bosco, 4-3