Vote for the New Jersey Player of the Week; Old Bridge, Freehold Boro, Montclair, Westfield and Watchung Hills pick up Wins of the Week
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Northern Highlands solidfies its grip on No. 1; Big win pushes Freehold Twp. to No. 2
Senior cornerback Eli Avivi delivered an inspiring fourth-down tackle and senior running back Naim Mayfield fed off the juice it provided with two late touchdown bursts to lift Manalapan to a 34-13 victory over gritty Old Bridge
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Mike Farr of St. Joseph (Met.) and Joe Papeo of Old Bridge locked up in a classic pitchers' duel that needed nine innings to determine an outcome, one ultimately settled by a three-run rally in the top of the ninth that lifted the Falcons to a 3-0 decision
Senior Amanda Carney responded as envisioned during a modest four-quarter adjustment and freshman sharpshooter Rachel Kuhl offered ample perimeter punch as ninth-seeded Old Bridge closed with a flurry to topple eighth-seeded Freehold Twp. in the first round of the Central Jersey, Group 4 tournament
2016 All-Metro Honorable Mention QUARTERBACKS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON Cardinal Hayes (NYC), 6-1, 180 MICHAEL APOSTOLOPOULOS Iona Prep (NY), 6-2, 200 QUINCY BARNES (Junior) Curtis (NYC), 6-0, 180 TOMMY DEVITO Don Bosco Prep (NJ), 6-2, 195, committed to Syracuse DAVID ESTEVEZ (Junior) River Dell (NJ),
Manalapan topped another strong opponent in Old Bridge, 2-1, to advance to the Central Group 4 semifinals in NJSIAA boys soccer action.
Senior guard Amanda Carney pumped in 24 points and made some critical contributions down the stretch as Old Bridge outlasted Piscataway, 47-42, to end more than a decade of frustration against the Chiefs.
Junior Nicole Johnson, sophomore Alyssa Bondi and freshman Brianna Sliwinski powered undefeated East Brunswick past Old Bridge, 51-48. Catch the highlights, plus scored and recaps from Tuesday night action