Sophomore EJ Comerford broke out with three interceptions and two touchdowns, all in the third quarter, in Parsippany Hills' 35-7 victory over Jefferson
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Parsippany used the long ball and then a walkoff single in the seventh to top Montville in the first round of the Morris County Softball Tournament
Morristown relied on its intense man-to-man pressure to wear out Jefferson in the Morris County Tournament championship.
Swish & Dish: Karabin erupts for Wall; Mahwah team to watch; DePaul springs mild surprise Top 15 No. 1 Manasquan 69, Middletown North 41 Junior guard Dara Mabrey poured in 27 points and sophomore backcourt partner Lola Mullaney netted 11 for the Warriors (11-0), who opened a 38-21 cushion by
Volpe, Prestigiacomo power Colts Neck; Kelly, Fords lift Chatham; frosh Murawinski nets season high, Langan records double-double for Jefferson
Sparta took it to Jefferson Township early and often as the Spartans rolled in a key matchup.
The headline: Jefferson on a roll No team in Morris County has had a more surprising start than Jefferson. The Falcons, who scored one touchdown or less six times during 5-5 campaign last year, have a new coach who installed an entirely new system. Six weeks into the new regime, Jefferson is 6-0
Parsippany, just 12-10 in the regular season, is just one win away from a NJSIAA Group 2 state championship.
Player of the Year : No one in Morris County played in more big games over the past four years than Kevin Hoehn of Morristown. Through each step of the way, whether it in a Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference game as a freshman reserve, a holiday tournament contest as a sophomore, sectional
Jefferson and Morristown each advanced to the Morris County Tournament championship with victories on Friday night.