After graduating 14 seniors, Watchung Hills is looking to get back to a couple championship games.
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Youthful Nutley reaches .500 after a solid 5-1 victory over Paramus on Friday afternoon.
Nick Goodwin racked up another 350 total yards of offense, and the defense turned Paramus over four times as Wayne Valley made its first big statement of the season and moved to 3-0 on the year.
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River Dell rallied from a 14-3 deficit to beat Paramus 15-14 and take home the Midland Avenue trophy.
After three straight three and outs to start the game, the Paramus Spartans were able to find their offensive mojo and hold off the Wayne Hills Patriots 14-10.
Matt Alpher kicked a game-winning field goal with two seconds remaining to life the Spartans to their first win of the season. Paramus and Lakeland exchanged leads five times in the second half and three times in the final seven minutes in one of the most thrilling games of the year so far.
It was a true tale of two halves when Paramus and Nutley locked horns in the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 4 playoffs Friday. The two sides went blow-for-blow in the first half but in the second half, the Spartans pulled away from Nutley and came away with a 35-21 win.
Paramus jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead as the defense dominated behind two-way standout Bryce Jacob. Quarterback Tyler Smith had 171 yards of total offense
Don Bosco's Zack Chakonis won his fourth Bergen County Coaches Association Holiday Tournament title. Bergen Catholic topped St. Joseph Regional for the top spot in the team standings, and Paramus finished as the highest public school team of the tournament.