Watch NJSIAA Boys Wrestling State Championship Finals
For the second straight year, Jersey Sports Zone is excited to bring you full highlights and interviews of every single 2019 state championship final from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. Stay tuned throughout the night for extensive coverage of all 14 finals. 106: Brett Ungar (Hunterdon Central) d. Tyler Klinsky (Middletown North), 13-6 113: Dean Peterson (St. John Vianney) d. Nick Babin (Emerson/Park Ridge), 3-2 120: Eddie Ventresca (Pope John) d. Anthony Clark (Delbarton), 7-3 126: Sammy Alvarez (St. Joseph Mont.) d. Robert Howard (Bergen Catholic), 5-3 (SV) Sammy Alvarez was named Most Outstanding Wrestler 132: Nicholas Raimo (Hanover Park) d. Luke Mazzeo (Emerson/Park Ridge), 8-4 138: Joseph Aragona (Pope John) d. Jacob Perez-Eli (Paulsboro), 7-1 145: Lucas Revano (Camden Catholic) p. Ricky Cabanillas (DePaul), 6:37 152: Robert Garcia (Pope John) md. Nicholas O’Connell (Southern), 13-5 160: Robert Kanniard (Wall) d. Connor O’Neil (DePaul), 9-4 170: Brandon Green (Paulsboro) d. Shane Reitsma (Howell), 13-9 182: Christopher Foca (Bergen Catholic) d. John Poznanski (Colonia), 7-4 195: Jacob Cardenas (Bergen Catholic), d. Kyle Jacob (Paramus), 6-3 220: Zach DelVecchio (South Plainfield) d. Michael Filieri (Garfield,) 8-2 HWT: Lewis Fernandes (Voorhees) p. Bardhyl Gashi (West Essex), 0:46
SJR’s Smith Vilbert Commits to Penn State
One of New Jersey’s top remaining uncommitted Class of 2019 prospects has a new home. Smith Vilbert, a senior defensive end for St. Joe’s (Mont.), announced Friday he will be signing his national letter of intent to play Division I football at Penn State University. Vilbert made the announcement via his personal Twitter account. Blessed to say that I am committed to Penn State University 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾#weare pic.twitter.com/gkQtelKWQO— Smithvilbert (@Smithvilbert2) January 18, 2019 Vilbert was a proverbial wrecking ball for the Green Knights during his senior season. In 2018, the 6-7, 251-pounder collected 43 tackles, 17 tackles for a loss, had 11 quarterback hurries and notched nine sacks, second only behind Notre Dame commit Howard Cross III. Watch JSZ’s highlight reel of Vilbert’s senior season: Vilbert anchored a defensive line that wrecked havoc on passers all season long in one of the country’s toughest high school conferences. St. Joe’s (Mont.) finished at 10-2 this past year and won the Non-Public Group 4 state sectional title. The Green Knights shut-out reigning champions Bergen Catholic, 13-0. After coming onto the scene in his senior season, Vilbert racked up 19 major D-I offers, including programs like Oregon, Baylor, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Syracuse and Maryland. Vilbert joins All-American offensive lineman Caedan Wallce (Hun School, Princeton) and quarterback Taquan Roberson (DePaul Catholic, Wayne) as fellow Class of 2019 Penn State signees.
Watch Wednesday 1.2 JSZ Hockey Highlights
Welcome to 2019, New Jersey hockey fans! Jersey Sports Zone kicks off the New Year with a boatload of highlights from around New Jersey. We’ll have coverage from wins by Don Bosco Prep and Point Boro, along with a tie between two St. Joseph hockey programs and a Middletown North vs. Marlboro nightcap. Stay tuned for it all! Don Bosco Prep 4 Princeton Day 1 The current second ranked team in the state, Don Bosco picked up it’s sixth win in row with a 4-1 victory over Princeton Day School to improve to 9-1. After the Ironmen went ahead by two early on, PDS answered back to make it 2-1 to end the first period. That lead would remain the same until the final two minutes of regulation when Liam McLinskey scored his second goal of the game for the Ironmen on an open net that would eventually to an additional late score. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Princeton Day coverage! St. Joe-Metuchen 3 St. Joe-Montvale 3 Mark Borek’s power play goal with :28 seconds left in the third period earned the Falcons a point and ended a three game losing skid. The Green Knights took a 3-1 lead in the first period capped off by Justin Hughes scoring in the final minute of the first period. JSZ has the highlights from an exciting game in Woodbridge: Point Boro 1 South Brunswick 0 Point Boro goaltender John Meyer stopped 22 shots and was instrumental in killing three South Brunswick powerplays as the Panthers captured their eighth win of the season. Meyer now has a .975 save percentage on the season. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Monmouth Junction: Marlboro 4 Middletown North 2 Anthony Galante broke a 2-2 tie in the third period with a sharp angle shot from behind the goal line and Justin Solovey added an insurance goal to keep the Mustangs unbeaten at 4-0-2. JSZ has the highlights of a Shore Conference showdown at Middletown Ice World:
Watch Tuesday 1.1 JSZ Basketball Highlights
Happy New Year, Jersey Sports Zone fans! What better way to kick off 2019 then with some basketball? JSZ has coverage of Roselle Catholic’s high-flying win over Montclair Immaculate, plus two upset wins from St. Joe’s (Mont.) and Bergen Catholic over state-ranked opponents. Stay tuned throughout the night for the highlights from the New Year’s Jump Off held at Don Bosco Tech Academy! Roselle Catholic 72 Montclair Immaculate 60 Kentucky-commit Kahlil Whitney and UNLV-commit Josh Pierre-Louis combined to score 43 in a dominant, explosive win over Montclair Immaculate Tuesday night. The Roselle Catholic Lions are playing fantastic basketball and now welcome another new piece to the lineup: 6-11 forward Cliff Omoyuri. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Paterson: Bergen Catholic 49 Gill St. Bernard’s 48 Zach Freemantle scored 11 points and hauled in 13 rebounds to help Bergen Catholic win the battle of unbeatens in Paterson. Gill St. Bernard’s had a 27-21 halftime lead, but the Crusaders built a 49-44 lead in the 4th quarter following a Matt Zona hoop and foul. The Knights had a chance to win at the buzzer, but Bergen Catholic’s made a strong defensive stand to win the game. JSZ has the highlights of this top five showdown at Don Bosco Tech: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bergen Catholic is brought to you by Equinox Fitness Clubs. They are the reason we could bring you this big Crusaders win on New Year’s Day! St. Joe-Montvale 61 Hudson Catholic 57 (OT) Nazir Williams scored a career-high 26 points including the go-ahead three-pointer in overtime to give the Green Knights the lead for good as St. Joe-Montvale upsets the #11 ranked team in the latest state polls. St. Joe rallied from six points down in the final three minutes to force overtime. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from Don Bosco Tech
Watch JSZ Saturday 12.15 Hoops Highlights
It’s the first Saturday of the high school basketball season and JSZ takes you around the state. We’ve got games from Cherokee High, Ocean City, Roselle and Elizabeth! St. Benedict’s Prep 65 Patrick School 58 Junior sharpshooter C.J. Wilcher paced St. Benedict’s Prep with 19 points and a downtown shooting showcase as the Gray Bees move to 7-0 on the season. Senior transfer Aaron Estrada — formerly of Woodbury — dropped 15 points. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the full highlights from the Hearts To Hands Invitational at Roselle Catholic : Moorestown 57 Delsea 28 After falling short in the Central Jersey Sectional Final last season, Moorestown has high hopes for 2018. They kicked off the year with a 57-28 win over Delsea at the annual Jimmy V Classic Showcase to begin 1-0. Watch the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to NJM Insurance for sponsoring both our Delsea and Moorestown coverage. We look forward to bringing you Crusaders and Quaker athletics year-round! Gill St. Bernards 71 St. Joe-Montvale 49 Paul Mulcahy lead a balanced scoring attack with 23 points as four Blue Knights reach double digits to pick up a second straight dominating win in as many days. JSZ has the highlights from the Hoop Group Showcase in Elizabeth: Wildwood Catholic 70 Trenton 51 Division I prospect Taj Thweatt had 23 points to lead the Crusaders to their second win in as many days. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Ocean City and the PBA Tipoff Weekend: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Trenton High School is made possible from our friends at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Newark East Side 66 North Star Academy 54 Newark East Side opened their 2018-2019 season with a bang thanks to a dominant 17-point performance from the Raiders’ Mikah Johnson. Adas Amos and Nasir Johnson each chipped in 15 points during the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the full highlights from the Hearts To Hands Invitational at Roselle Catholic : Saint Augustine Prep 70 Toms River North 63 Charles Solomon scored 24 points and the Hermits win their season opener at Ocean City’s PBA Tipoff. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from South Jersey: Jersey Sport Zone’s coverage of Toms River North is brought to you by CJA Construction Camden 67 Millville 59 Camden began the season with a 67-59 win over Millville. The Panthers were led by four star recruit, 6’9 Junior Lance Ware. He scored 16 points against the Bolts, the victory was also the first win for former State Champion Vic Carstarphen as Head Coach. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights:
Somerville’s Dabney wins 2018 JSZ Zoneman, top players honored in Woodbridge
The 2018 Jersey Sports Zone banquet celebrated a stellar season on the gridiron in the Garden State. The APA Hotel in Woodbridge honored the best of the best from every part of the state and culminated with our version of the Heisman. Watch all the videos from a special night to honor the newest members of the JSZ All-Zone fraternity! Somerville QB Jalahn Dabney is your 2018 Zoneman Winner After a stellar senior year with Somerville, a majority of coaches and credentialed media from around the state selected Jalahn Dabney as the 2018 Zoneman Trophy winner. Dabney amassed 3,444 all-purpose yards and 55 touchdowns for the Pioneers this season. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the interview with Dabney along with other players selected to JSZ’s All-Zone team. Zoneman Preshow Before the Zoneman banquet action kicks off check out our pre-show interviews with JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez: NJM’s Colin Dansberry with JSZ All-Zone quarterback Jay Foley of Haddonfield High School Jersey Sports Zone’s Zoneman Trophy was presented by NJM Insurance. Thanks to their support of South Jersey high school sports all year long! 2018 JSZ Zoneman Balloting With over 50 high school coaches around the state and more than 20 statewide media members, the ballots were cast just like the Heisman. 3 points or 1st place, 2 points for 2nd and 1 point for third. Name High School 1st 2nd 3rd Total Jalahn DabneySomerville188474 Antonio AlfanoColonia86440 Nick KargmanWoodrow Wilson641036 Jada ByersSt. Joe-Hammonton74231 Rahmir JohnsonBergen Catholic62426 Steve LubischerRed Bank Catholic44626 Taquan RobersonDePaul Catholic36122 Jalen BergerDon Bosco Prep24519 Juwon JacksonPiscataway25218 Ronnie HickmanDePaul Catholic33217 John OlmsteadSt. Joe-Metucehn32316 Jasiah PurdieHasbrouck Heights30110 Brian UgwuHillside1218 Jermaine CorbettLong Branch2006 Zoneman Trophy Balloting Committee Thanks to everyone from around the state who was part of the Zoneman process JSZ Staff: Rich Chrampanis, Nery Rodriguez, Courtney DuPont, Jay Cook, Bryan DeNovellis, Mike Frankel Statewide Media: Shawn Brown (Rivals), Kevin Minnick (NJ.com), Joe Zedalis (NJ.com), Pat Lanni (NJ.com), JJ Conrad (NJ.Com), Todderick Hunt (NJ.com), Simeon Pincus (My Central Jersey), Chris Melvin (Asbury Park Press), Mike Kinney (NJ.com), Bob Badders (Shore Sports Network), GMC Gridiron, Mark Trible (Courier-Post), McCarthy Report, Brian Carr (North Jersey.com), Ryan Patti (Rivals.com), Coaches: Paramus Catholic, Randolph, Colonia, Hillside, Bridgewater-Raritan, North Hunterdon, Bergen Catholic, Allentown, West Deptford, DePaul Catholic, Holmdel, Keansburg, Rumson-Fair Haven, Seton Hall Prep, Ramapo, Red Bank Regional, Brick Memorial, Freehold Boro, Irvington, Red Bank Catholic, Toms River North, Manalapan, Westfield, Phillipsburg, Bernards, Hillsborough, Somerville, Hunterdon Central, Rutherford, Trenton, Delaware Valley, Buena, Butler, High Point, Matawan, Penns Grove, South River, Salem, AL Johnson, Willingboro, Nottingham, Haddonfield, West Orange, Piscataway, Lincoln, Notre Dame, Lenape, Sayreville, Brick Township, Pitman In case you missed it, watch JSZ’s profile of our six Zoneman Finalists: Meet The 2018 Zoneman Trophy Finalists Antonio Alfano, Colonia Defensive Lineman Alfano has been the consensus top-ranked 2019 football recruit all season long and there’s good reason why. He is one of five New Jersey players selected to play in the 2019 All-American Bowl and is committed to play for Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide. Alfano dominated his competition in the Greater Middlesex Conference with 79 tackles and 10 sacks this season, along with a staggering 28 tackles for losses. JSZ’s Jay Cook gives you the inside-look at what makes Alfano such a highly-touted prospect: Jada Byers, St. Joseph (Hamm.) Running Back Byers was as electric as they come in the Garden State during his junior campaign. He looked like he was shot out of a cannon with the ball in his hands, rushing for 1,741 yards and 29 touchdowns on the season, all while helping power his St. Joe’s Wildcats to yet another Non-Public Group 2 championship. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez takes you down to Hammonton for a behind-the-scenes look at South Jersey’s most electrifying runner: Jalahn Dabney, Somerville Quarterback Dabney took over the starting quarterback job in Somerville at the end of the 2017 season and showcased his dynamic playmaking ability well throughout 2018. He compiled 3,444 yards from scrimmage this season and reached the end-zone 56 times to lead one of New Jersey’s most dangerous offenses. JSZ’s Courtney DuPont tells us what makes this dual-threat quarterback tick: Nick Kargman, Woodrow Wilson Quarterback Kargman will graduate from Woodrow Wilson with plenty of state records compiled during his senior season. The decorated South Jersey passer broke the state record single season passing mark with 3,963 yards and his 41 passing scores rank atop the state lists, as well. But what’s even more impressive is Kargman’s character off the field, as it’s made him an important part of the Woodrow Wilson community. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez tells us what makes Kargman so special: Rahmir Johnson, Bergen Catholic Running Back Johnson became the first Bergen Catholic rusher to break the 1,000-yard mark since 2008, a true testament to the level of competition that the Crusaders face on a week-to-week basis. After teammate Josh McKenzie went down with a torn ACL, Johnson assumed the full-time starting role and showcased his elite speed and craftiness all season long. He closed 2018 with 1,334 yards and 11 rushing scores. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the story about this humble teammate and Nebraska commit: Steve Lubischer, Red Bank Catholic Quarterback Intelligence and athleticism is the blend of characteristics that has made Lubischer one of New Jersey’s most talented signal callers. At Red Bank Catholic, Lubischer blossomed into a premier dual-threat passer who had the ability to break the game on any down. JSZ’s chief operating officer Rich Chrampanis followed Lubischer’s trajectory all season long and tells us why this Boston College commit is so special: Other Top Vote-Getters Only the top-six vote-getters are on our Zoneman podium, but there were other plenty of players around the Garden State who had great seasons and garnered votes from coaches and media around the state. Those players were: 7th Place: Taquan Roberson, DePaul Catholic quarterback: Roberson, a Penn State commit, closed out his senior season in masterful fashion for the Spartans. He threw 29 touchdowns for 2,432 yards and will go down as one of the most decorated quarterbacks to play in New Jersey. 8th Place: Jalen Berger, Don Bosco Prep running back: Berger led one of New Jersey’s most talented backfields at Don Bosco Prep by displaying elite patience and explosiveness. Only a junior, he holds offers from top-tier Power 5 college football programs and has plenty more in the tank for his senior year. 9th Place: Juwon Jackson, Piscataway running back: Jackson was a main reason why Piscataway reached a 13-0 record and won both a sectional title and a newly-minted “Bowl Game” at MetLife Stadium. He rushed for 1,898 yards and 31 touchdowns on the season. 10th Place: Ronnie Hickman, DePaul Catholic wide receiver/defensive back: Hickman was arguably the most dangerous two-way player in New Jersey. Committed to Ohio State, Hickman was one of five New Jersey football players selected to the 2019 All-American Bowl. His senior season was unfortunately cut short due to a torn ACL late in the year. Josh Henderson wins JSZ 2018 Prep Player of the Year Hun running back and University of North Carolina commit Josh Henderson was named JSZ’s 2018 Prep Player of the Year. Henderson accepted his award during JSZ’s 2nd annual All-Zone football banquet in Woodbridge. Watch Courtney DuPont’s story on the future Tar Heel: Jersey Sports Zone’s Prep Player of the Year was presented by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Meet the 2018 JSZ All-Zone Team We will be posting our highlight videos of every player honored throughout the next day – check back to click on the links below and see our highlights from our 2018 JSZ All-Zoners! QuarterbackRunning BackWide ReceiverTight EndOffensive LineZoneman Finalists Micahel Alaimo, St. Joe-MontvaleJean Alvarez, Union CityAyir Asante, St. Peter's PrepKevin Bauman, Red Bank CatholicKevin Cerruti, Long BranchJalahn Dabney, Somerville JC Collins, WillamstownJalen Berger, Don Bosco PrepMax Baker, RamapoJason Collier, West DeptfordBryan Felter, Bergen CatholicAntonio Alfano, Colonia Jay Foley, HaddonfieldAidan Borguet, DelseaGarrett Cody, Bergen CatholicDylan Deveney, HunJermaine Donaldson, EasternNick Kargman, Woodrow Wilson Danny Grozozski, Burlington TownshipJermaine Corbett, Long BranchJohn Guaimano, Cedar GroveTyler Devera, Bergen CatholicCJ Hanson, Saint John VianneyJada Byers, St. Joe-Hammonton Maasai Maynor, St. Peter's PrepGBJ George, LindenJaaron Hayek, Wayne HillsChristian Mahogoney, Paramus CatholicRahmir Johnson, Bergen Catholic Rob McCoy, Mater Dei PrepJoe Green, PhillipsburgConnor Holmes, SayrevilleSean Morris, St. Joe-HammontonSteve Lubischer, Red Bank Catholic Taquan Roberson, DePaul CatholicMalik Ingram, Mater Dei PrepMarlyn Johnson, PeddieJohn Olmstead, St. Joe-Metuchen Tom Sharkey, Wayne HillsJuwon Jackson, PiscatawayStanley King, Woodrow Wilson Bence Polgar, Wayne Hills Jack Stagaard, PhillipsburgMax Jackson, SummitJayvin Little, Timber CreekBlerim Rustemi, DePaul Catholic AJ Wingfield, RamapoJacob Mafaro, Kittatinny 2018 JSZ Plays of the Year Thanks to everyone who voted in our weekly polls for the JSZ Top Play Belt and for our year-end Football Plays of the Year. Every one of these players was honored at the JSZ banquet in addition to the All-Zone team. Watch all their great plays NOW! Jersey Sports Zone Weekly Top Play Winners Week 0: Tyler Phillips, Weequahic High School Week 1: M.J. Wright, Red Bank Catholic High School Week 2: Chris Kladrovics, Middletown High School South Week 3: Nick Cataldo, Camden High School Week 4: Shadon Willis, Hillside High School Week 5: Donovan Bacchetta, Lacey Township High School Week 6: Kyle & Kevin Vandever, Hammonton High School Week 7: Dominick Jacob, Toms River North High School Week 8: Rickey Eng, Pennington School / Lucas Loffredo, Edison High School Week 9: Nick Recine, Piscataway High School Jersey Sports Zone Plays of the Year Winners Touchdown Run of the Year: Jean Alvarez, Union City High School | Jada Byers, St. Joseph High School (Hamm.) Touchdown Pass Play of the Year: Jalahn Dabney/Kyree Hinton, Somerville High School | Bryce Mangene/Jahmier Washington, Rancocas Valley Regional High School Defensive TD of the Year: Michael Jarmolowich, Delbarton School | Santino Morina, Paulsboro High School Special Teams TD of the Year: Dan Tempone, Holmdel High School | Jordan Morant, Bergen Catholic High School Sack/Big Hit of the Year Zach Neeley, Freehold Borough High School | John Columbia, Red Bank Catholic High School Clutch Play of the Year Frank Wasserman, Hillsborough High School | Aaron Ahr, North Brunswick High School
Watch JSZ Saturday 11.17 State Sectional Finals Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone is pleased to bring you highlights from football state sectional finals across the Garden State and both semifinals from the Non-Public Group 4 bracket. We’ve got highlights from Bergen Catholic-Don Bosco, St. Peter’s Prep-St. Joe’s (Montvale), Woodrow Wilson-Burlington Township and more! Watch our preview then scroll below to watch seven games of high school football playoff action in New Jersey: Bergen Catholic 35 Don Bosco Prep 17 | Non-Public Group 4 Semifinal Anthony Corbin’s 78-yard TD run on a fake punt sparked 21 unanswered points and give the Crusaders a second win in 2018 over their archrival and a spot in the state championship game at MetLife Stadium against St. Joe-Montvale. Rahmir Johnson had 17 carries for 155 yards and two touchdowns. The future Nebraska Cornhusker ripped off runs of 44 and 62 yards as part of Bergen Catholic’s explosive third quarter. JSZ has all the highlights and post-game reaction from another great chapter in this rivalry: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bergen Catholic is made possible by Equinox Fitness Clubs. St. Joe’s Montvale 24 St. Peter’s Prep 14 | Non-Public Group 4 Semifinal Sophomore tailback Audric Estime carried the rock for a career-high 143 yards and two touchdowns as the Green Knights punched their ticket to MetLife Stadium for the Non-Public Group 4 Finals. The St. Joe’s defense was bulletproof in the second half, forcing a pair of turnovers and shutting down the Marauder offense. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Montvale: Sayreville 6 North Brunswick 0 | Central Jersey Group 5 Championship It’s never a dull moment when Greater Middlesex Conference rivals Sayreville and North Brunswick square off. In a game that featured a one yard touchdown from quarterback Mark Whitford as they only score the Bombers were able to rely on defense to win the Central Group 5 Title 6-0. It is Sayreville’s fifth Sectional Championship since 2010. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Piscataway 28 Union City 7 | North 2 Group 5 Championship Nasir Best had two second-half TD runs and the Chiefs defense shut out Union City for 47:40 to earn the 10th sectional title in school history. Piscataway’s defense and special teams play was the difference. JSZ has highlights of the Chiefs championship win: Woodrow Wilson 22 Burlington 14 | South Jersey Group 3 Championship Staying on par with his record-breaking season, Woodrow Wilson quarterback Nick Kargman played up to the challenge by tossing three touchdowns to three different receivers as the Tigers won their first state sectional championship in 17 years. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has highlights and post-game reaction with Woodrow Wilson: Hillside 36 Manasquan 10 – Central Jersey Group 2 Championship The Comets broke open a 14-10 game with three fourth quarter touchdowns to make it back-to-back sectional championships. Shadon Willis had a 23 yard TD catch and a 44-yard pick six in the win. Hillside is now 11-0 and will face Haddonfield in the Central-South Group 2 bowl game at MetLife Stadium. JSZ has highlights and post-game reaction from Hillside: Penns Grove 14 Salem 7 | South Jersey Group 1 Championship Tyreke Brown’s touchdown catch just seconds before the first half closed proved to be the last score in the South Jersey Group 1 title game and it helped secure the second-ever state sectional championship for the Penns Grove Red Devils. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and an passionate interview after this hard-fought win:
Vote now for 2018 JSZ Football Plays of the Year!
THANK YOU to everyone who voted in our 2018 JSZ Plays of the Year. With an overwhelming response, we are happy to announce that we will honor the top two finishers in each category at the JSZ Football Banquet on December 5 in Woodbridge As we gear up for the sectional finals and upcoming state championships and bowl games, JSZ has compiled the best plays captured by our cameras during the 2018 football season. We need your vote in six different categories. The polls are open NOW through Thursday at 9:00 pm. The winners of the polls will be honored at the 2nd annual JSZ Football banquet at the APA Hotel in Woodbridge. Our Top Play winners from the season will also be honored as well as the top players in the state with our JSZ All-State team. Watch all sixty of our nominees in the videos below and cast your vote! Thanks to all the athletes for giving us so many great moments from the 2018 season! Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll NEW NOMINEE! Thanks for pointing out Tyler Cook’s big hit against Paramus Catholic. It’s now on the poll for voting along with the 10 nominees above Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
Watch JSZ Football Highlights from 10.27
The regular season comes to a close in New Jersey high school football and JSZ brings you eight games of highlights in the rain and wind. St. Peter’s Prep and St. Joe’s-Montvale battled for playoff positioning, the MAPL final between Peddie and Hun came down to the final play, plus we’ve got big regular-season finale wins for Delbarton and Edison. Watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 8 preview of our coverage and scroll down to watch highlights of all our games: St. Joe’s-Montvale 16 St. Peter’s Prep 7 Touchdowns from Audric Estime and Gavin Sharkey and nearly lockdown play from the Green Knights’ defense were the keys to St. Joe’s 16-7 victory over St. Peter’s Prep Saturday. The win puts St. Joe’s at 7-2 on the season and they’re in the driver’s seat to a top seed in the Non-Public Group 4 playoffs. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Montvale: Hun 21 Peddie 16 After falling to MAPL rival Peddie 61-7 Hun pulled out an exciting 21-16 win. After trailing by nine at halftime the Raiders with the help of University of North Carolina commit Josh Henderson scored 21 straight points. As the Falcons staged a comeback trailing by five points and a goal line opportunity Malcolm Brunson grabbed a last second interception to secure the victory. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hun and Peddie coverage! Delbarton 23 Clifton 14 The defense in this game was insane, but in the end, it was Delbarton who capitalized for the homecoming win. Michael Jarmolowich scored three touchdowns and teammate Jake Kopeld caused a safety leading the Green Wave to victory. Our MMJ Courtney DuPont has the highlights for you: Gateway 27 Paulsboro 20 Ready for a blast from the past? The Gateway Gators captured their first victory over Paulsboro in 33 years, dating all the way back to 1985 when Michael Jordan won Rookie of the Year with the Chicago Bulls and Ronald Reagan was President of the United States. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this historic South Jersey win: Edison 15 Plainfield 0 Lucas Loffredo had a 49 yard TD run in the first quarter and the Edison defense held Plainfield to -20 yards rushing as the Eagles shutout Plainfield on a muddy field to get to 6-2. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from Edison’s playoff-clinching win: Ewing 14 Pemberton 0 Tywayne Reed stepped in for an injured Caleb Stokes at quarterback and delivered a pair of TD runs and the Ewing defense had five interceptions as the Blue Devils get a shutout win to reach 5-3 on the season. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from Madison Bess: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Ewing is sponsored by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Clearview 23 Moorestown 9 Troy Bentancur’s 67 yard TD run in the second quarter gave Clearview the lead for good as the Pioneers reach the 5-2 mark. Mike Ancona added two TD runs from the Wing-T attack. Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Moorestown is proudly brought to you by NJM Insurance. Buena 38 Gloucester Catholic 18 Buena Regional continued their dominant style of football through Week 8 as the Chiefs have captured their first undefeated regular season since 2014. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Gloucester Catholic is proudly brought to you by NJM Insurance.
Watch Saturday 10.6 JSZ Football Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone puts a wrap on Week 5 with 10 more games from around the Garden State. Don’t forget to come back to JSZ on Sunday to vote for Week 5 Top Play and Game Balls in four regions of the state! Watch our Saturday teaser and then scroll below to watch all 10 games Bergen Catholic 24 St. Joseph’s (Mont.) 20 Bergen Catholic’s two-way star Anthony Corbin led a 2nd half charge for the Crusaders that included a leaping interception and a go-ahead touchdown run to capture a 24-20 win over the St. Joseph Regional Green Knights. JSZ’s Jay Cook was in Montvale and has all the highlights from another late-game North Jersey thriller: Sponsor Shoutout! Thanks to sponsor Equinox Fitness, Jersey Sports Zone is able to cover Bergen Catholic athletics throughout the year. Thanks, Equinox Fitness! Make sure to check out the other Equinox Fitness-sponsored game below. Seton Hall Prep 29 Montclair 28 Aidan Gilman threw a 28 yard TD pass to Nicholas Gullace in the final minute and converted a two-point conversion to give the Pirates a fourth straight win. Montclair’s Walter King caught three TD passes from Walter Murphy. His 3rd score from 65 yards out gave the Mounties their first lead of the game at 28-21 with just under two minutes to go. Gilman put together a 5-play, 80 yard drive to win it. Watch the highlights from a fantastic game in West Orange: St. Joseph (Hamm.) 21 Vineland 7 All-state running back Jada Byers and Co. helped the Wildcats rebound after a tough loss to Haddonfield last week with a big 21-7 win over Vineland on Saturday. Scoreless at the half, Byers broke loose for three touchdowns after intermission. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has all the highlights from a South Jersey bounce-back win: Trenton 33 Allentown 23 As the battle for the number one spot in the Capitol Division of the WJFL was on the line Saturday afternoon Both Allentown and Trenton were trying to rebound from losses in Week 4. The Tornadoes took a 19-17 lead at halftime, but Allentown fought back to go ahead 26-23 to begin the fourth. Trenton led by quarterback Mahsiah McRae scored twice late in the game to walk away with a 33-23 victory. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Allentown and Trenton coverage! Hun School 26 Blair Academy 6 It was a MAPL showdown at the Hun School today where the Raiders took on the Blair Buccaneers. Hun’s passing game was outstanding in this one. Junior WR Nick DeGennaro had three touchdown catches and 150 receiving yards in the game. Check out full highlights now: Freehold Boro 17 Saint John Vianney 12 Matt Krauss had 35 carries for 270 yards and 2 TD’s as the Colonials scored 17 third-quarter points to snap a two-game losing streak. Zach Neely had a sack and fumble recovery that sparked Krauss to find the paint twice in the second half. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from an exciting Shore Conference showdown: We were able to get great highlights of St. John Vianney and Freehold Boro thanks to our sponsors. Playa Bowls in the Freehold Raceway Mall sponsors our Colonials coverage and BCB-Bayshore is our St. John Vianney sponsor. Lacey 21 Lakewood 20 Justin Gorski had two short TD runs and clinched the win with an interception on the game’s final play as the Lions held off a late rally by the winless Piners. Lakewood trailed 21-7 in the 4th quarter before TJ Paturzo threw two TD passes to Sincere Moore. The Piners missed a two-point conversion to take the lead which turned out to be the difference in the game. JSZ has the highlights of a great Shore Conference Saturday matchup: Thanks to Inzelbuch Law for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the Lakewood Piners Summit 36 Colonia 6 The Hilltoppers defense produced three turnovers and the special teams unit blocked two punts to set the tone on the way to a 5-0 mark. Jackson Tyler and Max Jackson had two TD runs each. JSZ has the highlights and Madison Bess has the post-game recap from Summit’s Senior Day: Thanks to Equinox for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Summit High all year long. Paulsboro 37 Woodbury 0 The Paulsboro Red Raiders made a defensive statement Saturday afternoon with a performance that stuffed the stat sheets. They forced four interceptions, had three sacks, recovered two fumbles and returned two fumbles for touchdowns, highlighted by a Santino Morina 52-yard defensive touchdown. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the call: Orange 10 Barringer 6 Montez Boswell scored a five-yard TD run in the third quarter that proved to be the game winner and Louce Julien added a 23-yard field goal as the Tornados scored 10 second-half points to improve to 4-2 on the season. JSZ has the highlights from Saturday afternoon in Orange:
Vote now for JSZ Week Three Game Balls
Jersey Sports Zone honors the top performers from Week Two in high school football with our Jersey Sports Zone Game Balls. We have ten nominees in four sections of the state. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We will stop by a midweek practice to present the winners with a JSZ Game Ball. You can always nominate a player by emailing our team. email@example.com (North Jersey), firstname.lastname@example.org (Mid-State 38), email@example.com (WJFL), firstname.lastname@example.org (Shore Conference) North Jersey Take Our Poll Courtney’s Game Ball – Mid-State 38 Take Our Poll Nery’s Game Ball – WJFL Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone’s South Jersey Game Balls are made possible by NJM Insurance Group Shore Conference Take Our Poll Missed our Weekend Highlights? Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Friday Week 3 Highlights Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 3 Highlights
Vote now for JSZ Top Play for Week 2
Ten nominees from the best plays captured by JSZ cameras. Cast your vote now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner of our poll will get presented with the JSZ Top Play Belt! Watch all the nominees and then cast your vote. Thanks again to all of the athletes we cover who give us so many amazing highlights! Take Our Poll Last week’s JSZ Top Play Winner Congratulations to Red Bank Catholic’s MJ Wright for winning JSZ Top Play with his pick six against Ocean Missed our Weekend Highlights? Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Friday Week 2 Highlights Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 2 Highlights
2018 St. Joe’s Montvale Football Preview
The Green Knights Move on Up to Group 4 St. Joe’s is moving from Non-Public Group 3 to Non-Public Group 4 this season. According to Rutgers and Notre Dame commits Connor Grieco and Howard Cross, the Green Knights’ defense will be this year’s strength. Offensive lineman and Ohio State commit Luke Wypler believes St. Joe’s o-line is more than ready for the next level of competition. Will the Green Knights prosper in Group 4? You be the judge. Check out their season preview now: 2018 Green Knight Schedule: Saturday, September 1 – @ American Heritage (FL) Saturday, September 8 – IMHOTEP CHARTER Friday, September 14 – @ DePaul Saturday, September 22 – POPE JOHN Friday, September 28 – @ Paramus Catholic Saturday, October 6 – BERGEN CATHOLIC Friday, October 12 – @ Don Bosco Prep Saturday, October 20 – SETON HALL PREP Saturday, October 27 – ST. PETER’S PREP
Watch Ice Hockey Highlights from February 5th on JSZ
St. John Vianney 3 St. Joe’s (Mont.) 1 The Egan Cup is one of the state’s premiere Ice Hockey tournaments. Notre Dame, St. John Vianney, St. Joseph of Montvale, St. Joseph of Metuchen, Montclair Kimberley, and Paramus Catholic all played throughout the 2017-2018 season for seeding in the tournament. The two teams that faced off in the final were number one seed St. Joe’s (Mont.) and second seed St. John Vianney who is also ranked seventh in the NJ Top 20. SJV got out to an early 2 goal lead at the end of the first period. In the second St. Joe’s would counter to get within one of the Lancers but John Gelatt scored with 4:07 remaining before the third. St. John Vianney would hold on to win 3-1 thanks to great defense and a 15 goal saving performance from Jeremy Conner. Watch now: Thank you to Paver Restoration for sponsoring our Saint John Vianney coverage on JSZ! Special thanks to BCB Bayshore for sponsoring our SJV coverage on Jersey Sports Zone Hillsborough 9 Manalapan 4 Hillsborough chasing down a spot in the state playoffs needed today’s win to seal the deal. Fortunately for the Raiders, they were off to an electric 3-0 start late in the 2nd period, and although the Manalapan Braves fought back, they could not stop the Hillsborough offense. Sophomore forward, Jude Kurtas, punched in with four goals tonight. Check out full highlights: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of the Hillsborough Raiders is brought to you by Prince Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Ortho, JSZ will bring you the best of Raider athletics all year! Check back for hockey highlights posted throughout the night on JSZ, including St. John Vianney’s Egan Cup Victory.. Randolph – 1 Morristown Beard – 0 With the Mennen Divisional Title on the line, The Randolph Rams battled for a hard fought 1-0 win over Morristown Beard. Adam Redgate scored the lone goal in the 1st period, and goalie Scott Kimiecik completed the shutout, as the Rams captured their first divisional title since the 2011-12 season. Watch Highlights of Randolph vs Mo-Beard below! Scotch Plains-Fanwood 4 Watchung Hills 0 The Watchung Hills Warriors were simply overwhelmed by the Raiders tonight. Jonny Scheer had one assist and a goal for the Raiders playing at the top of his game as Scotch Plains-Fanwood heads into the state playoffs with 14 wins. Check out full highlights now: Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
NJ’s best gather for 2017 JSZ Football Banquet
Jersey Sports Zone brought the top players from the 2017 New Jersey high school football season to the APA Hotel in Woodbridge for our first football banquet. Our All-Zone consisted of top position players from around the state. Our Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year winners were also honored. The night culminated with our Prep Offensive and Defensive Players of the year and the presentation of JSZ’s Zoneman Trophy, awarded to the top player in New Jersey. Freehold Boro’s Ashante Worthy captured the vote from coaches and media around the state following a 4,000 yard combined offensive season with over 60 touchdowns for the Colonials: 2017 Zoneman Trophy Balloting JSZ secured votes from head coaches and media around the state (55 total) to ask their vote for the most outstanding player in New Jersey. 1st place votes get 3 points, 2 points for 2nd and 1 point for 3rd. Here are the results of the top 6 vote getters and our Zoneman Finalist Podium: Name High School 1st 2nd 3rd Total Ashante WorthyFreehold Boro238691 Devin LearyTimber Creek1011860 Naim MayfieldManalapan911453 Iverson ClementRancocas Valley32619 Shayne SimonSaint Peter's Prep23618 Johnny LanganBergen Catholic24216 Zoneman Trophy Balloting Committee Thanks to everyone from around the state who was part of the Zoneman process JSZ Staff: Rich Chrampanis, Alex Lorenzo, Nery Rodriguez, Courtney DuPont, Jay Cook, Bryan DeNovellis, Mike Frankel Statewide Media: Shawn Brown (Rivals), Joe Zedalis (NJ.com), Pat Lanni (NJ.com), Gregg Lerner (News 12 Varsity), Chris Melvin (Asbury Park Press), Phil Anastasia (Philadelphia Inquirer), Mike Kinney (News 12 Varsity), Bob Badders (Shore Sports Network) Coaches: Middletown North, Keansburg, Point Pleasant Boro, Brick Memorial, Red Bank Catholic, Howell, Central Regional, Freehold Boro, Monmouth Regional, Mater Dei Prep, Somerville, Westfield, AL Johnson, Bridgewater-Raritan, Delaware Valley, Warren Hills, Hillsborough, Phillipsburg, Bound Brook, Bernards, Piscataway, Bergen Catholic, DePaul Catholic, Seton Hall Prep, Paramus Catholic, St. Peter’s Prep, St. Mary’s, New Milford, Queen of Peace, Montgomery, Linden, Dwight Morrow, Camden, Palmyra, Florence, Penns Grove, Washington Township, Timber Creek, St. Joe-Hammonton, Lenape Watch our Zoneman Finalist Profiles The JSZ staff went in depth to learn more about the six outstanding players who stood on the JSZ Zoneman Podium JSZ Prep Player of the Year Winners JSZ’s Courtney DuPont presented the Prep Players of the Year with Vanderbilt commit Allan Walters of Peddie getting the offensive honors and top recruit Jayson Oweh of Blair Academy taking home the defensive honors Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year Winners Thanks to everyone who voted all year long on JSZ! JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Evan Burton, Pinelands Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Week 10: Brandon Cipriano, Point Pleasant Boro Week 11: Ayir Asante, Saint Peter’s Prep 2017 JSZ Plays of the Year Winners TD Run: Eddie Morales, Howell and Bill Hackett, Trenton TD Pass Play: Michael DeSantis/Travis Thomas, South River and Cameron Carti/Andrew Perez, Seton Hall Prep Special Teams TD: Sean Spina, Ridge and Mack Byrne, Holmdel Defensive TD of the Year: Jordan Morant/Javontae Jean-Baptiste Bergen Catholic and Caleb Stokes, Ewing Sack of the Year: Anthony Corbin, Bergen Catholic and Nick Densieski, Saint John Vianney Stick of the Year: Liam Donohue, Rumson-Fair Haven and Markus Bagley, St. Peter’s Prep Meet the 2017 JSZ All-Zone Team We will post individual links to each players highlight reel this weekend on JSZ! QuarterbackRunning BackWide ReceiverTight EndOffensive Line Matt Busher, North HunterdonJalen Berger, Don Bosco PrepNaseim Brantley, HowellMatt Alaimo, St. Joe-MontvaleWill Anderson, Delbarton Tarrin Earle, MontclairAidan Bourget, DelseaTyreke Brown, Penns GroveLiam Cabri, DePaul CatholicKhris Banks, DePaul Catholic David Estevez, River DellJimmy Browne, Burlington CityDylan Classi, Bergen CatholicHenry Pearson, Paramus CatholicDaniel Dawkins, Peddie James Fara, Point Pleasant BoroKyle Dobbins, Timber CreekAndrew Perez, Seton Hall PrepMichael Griggs, Red Bank Catholic Taj Harris, PalmyraJoe Green, PhillipsburgJasiah Provillon, IrvingtonAnthony Lord, Holy Spirit Patrick Holly, Hun SchoolJosh Henderson, Hun SchoolDaevon Robinson, ShawneeAnthony Marinelli, DePaul Catholic Maasai Maynor, St. Peter's PrepDehron Holloway, PaulsboroJustin Shorter, South BrunswickNick Russo, St. Joe-Montvale Nick McNerney, Old TappanJuwon Jackson, PiscatawayJosh Szott, Hun SchoolConor Smith, Red Bank Catholic Eddie Morales, HowellPete Lucas, Rumson-Fair HavenTyler Williams, Don Bosco Prep Nick Patti, St. Joe-MontvaleJosh McKenzie, Bergen Catholic George Pearson, Mater Dei PrepIsaiah Pacheco, Vineland Taquan Roberson, DePaul CatholicClayton Scott, Millville Josh Zamot, Holy SpiritTahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard Danny Webb, Montclair Defensive LineLinebackerDefensive BackReturn SpecialistsKicker/Puinter Jayson Ademilola, St. Peter's PrepNihym Anderson, VinelandKevin Brennan, Don Bosco PrepJada Byers, St. Joe-HammontonZach Hoban, Seton Hall Prep Justin Ademilola, St. Peter's PrepJustin Bryant, Bridgewater-RaritanElijah Clark, SayrevilleJoJo Kellum, LenapeAngelo Gugliemelo, St. Joe-Montvle Antonio Alfano, RahwayJohnny Buchanan, Saint John VianneyDeion Jennings, Timber Creek Howard Cross, St. Joe-MontvaleJalahn Dabney, SomervilleZyheir Jones, Lakewood Marcellus Earlington, Don Bosco PrepNick DeNucci, Pope JohnCarlton Lawrence, Millville Tyler Friday, Don Bosco PrepVinny DePalma, DePaul CatholicZamir Mickens, St. Peter's Prep Travon King, Woodrow WilsonJavar Garrett, PeddieJordan Morrison, Steinert Josh Lezin, LakewoodMarcus Hillman, Camden CatholicJarrett Paul, Paramus Catholic Elijah McAllister, Rumson-Fair HavenQuaison Horne, WeequahicEvan Stewart, St. Joe-Montvale Emmett McNamara, Red Bank CatholicJavontae Jean-Baptiste, Bergen Catholic Kaymar Mimes, Long BranchJake Krellin, Middletown South Eli Sloan-El, CamdenWillie Matthews, Montclair Lance Turay, IrvingtonTommy Pearce, Manalapan Jake Vall-Llobera, Westfiled
Watch JSZ State Saturday Finals Coverage
Jersey Sports Zone is excited to bring you comprehensive coverage from four locations around the state as sectional champions are crowned at Rutgers, Kean, Rowan and MetLife Stadium. We’ll have scoring updates throughout the day and we’ll post our highlights and post-game recaps right here from every game we cover RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Central Jersey, Group 2 (7) Hillside 20 (1) Point Pleasant Boro 13 Nahree Biggins had two first half touchdowns and an interception to help the #7 seed to a third straight upset win and a Central Jersey Group 2 championship. The Comets defense produced three turnovers and was able to stifle Point Boro’s tricky option attack. The Panthers scored two touchdowns in the 4th quarter. James Fara’s 7-yard TD with 42 seconds left made it a 20-13 game, but Point Boro could not come up with the onsides kick. JSZ has highlights and post-game reaction from Rutgers: Central Jersey, Group 5 (2) South Brunswick 18 (1) Manalapan 14 Felix Quinones led a 92 yard drive capped off by a 17 yard TD pass to Jaylan Lawson with 53 seconds left and the Braves had a game winning TD catch by Naim Mayfield waved off due to pass interference in a wild finish to the Central Jersey Group 5 championship. Manalapan raced out to a 14-0 lead on a Mayfield 34 yard TD run and 60 yard punt return. The Vikings got a pair of Quinones TD passes in the second quarter to close the gap to 14-12. JSZ has all the highlights and post-game reaction from a thrilling finish: Central Jersey, Group 4 (3) Long Branch 43 (8) Freehold Boro 42 OT Pasa Fields grabbed a 6 yard score from Juwan Wilkins in OT and Eli Sherin caught a two point conversion to give the Green Wave a 43-42 overtime win over Freehold Boro in the Central Jersey Group 4 finals. The Green Wave overcame a 271 yard, 6 TD rushing performance from Ashante Worthy to avenge a loss in the regular season. Trailing 35-21 after three quarters, Juwan Wilkins had a 12 yard TD pass to Kahmar Mimes and a 1 yard TD run in the 4th quarter to force overtime. Watch all the highlights of an incredible battle at Rutgers: Central Jersey, Group 3 (2) Somerville 20 (1) Rumson-Fair Haven 15 Jalahn Dabney’s 3-yard TD run with :53 seconds left gave the Pioneers the Central Jersey Group 3 title and ended the four year reign of RFH as sectional champs. The two teams were tied 8-8 at the half and Somerville took the lead on a TD pass from Dabney to Kvree Hinton that covered 38 yards. RFH took the lead with under four minutes to go on a Pete Lucas 14 yard run, but Somerville put together a last minute drive highlighted by a long completion to Joe Ciempola that set up the title clinching score. JSZ has highlights and post-game reaction from the final game of the night at Rutgers: METLIFE STADIUM North Jersey 2, Group 3 (1) West Essex 28 (3) Voorhees 14, FINAL Junior QB Zach Lemanski, coming off a 4 week injury, was back and better than ever. He threw 4 touchdown passes for 160 yards as the Knights took down Voorhees 28-14. Will Perez tells JSZ’s Courtney DuPont that his QB is the best in the state and just proved it. Check out full highlights and post-game interviews now: North Jersey 2, Group 4, (2) North Hunterdon 21 (1) Phillipsburg 20 North Hunterdon makes history today, defeating Phillipsburg for the first time in 20 years and earning their first state title since 1975. Check out full highlights and a post-game interview with star QB Matt Busher now: North Jersey 1, Group 3 (2) River Dell 28 (1) Ramapo 7 River Dell QB David Estevez shines at MetLife – JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez breaks down River Dell and Ramapo North Jersey 1, Group 4 (1) Old Tappan 31 (3) Mount Olive 28, FINAL – coverage from JSZ’s Courtney DuPont and Nery Rodriguez KEAN UNIVERSITY North Jersey 2, Group 1 (2) Shabazz 35 (1) Weequahic 0 QB Anthony Travis accounted for all five touchdowns as Shabazz wins the North 2 Group 1 state championship at Kean University. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis has a full breakdown of an impressive title win for the Bulldogs from Kean University: Non-Public, Group 3 (1) DePaul 7 (3) St Joseph-Montvale 3 Central Jersey, Group 1 (4) Middlesex 33 (7) Point Pleasant Beach 21, FINAL North Jersey 1, Group 1 (5) Hasbrouck Heights 39 (6) Pompton Lakes 14, FINAL ROWAN UNIVERSITY South Jersey, Group 3 (4) Delsea 29 (2) Woodrow Wilson 28 A big game for Aidan Borguet and coach Sal Marchese gets his 200th career win. Mike Frankel has the breakdown from Rowan: South Jersey, Group 1 (1) Paulsboro 34 (2) Penns Grove 24 Dehron Holloway had three TD’s and three INT’s in a sensational performance in the final high school game of his career. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has higlhights from Rowan: South Jersey, Group 5 (1) Lenape 10 (2) Rancocas Valley 7, FINAL
JSZ 2017 Football Plays of the Year
Special thanks from Jersey Sports Zone and an announcement We are overwhelmed and grateful to the incredible turnout for our 2017 JSZ Football Plays of the Year. With over 150,000 votes, we realize that many of our nominees were spreading the word around the state to watch our videos and vote for your favorite player. As a way of saying “thank you”, we are going to honor the top two vote getters in each category at the Jersey Sports Zone Football Banquet on December 7 at the APA Hotel in Woodbridge. Thank you again to everyone who voted and here are the winners of the JSZ Football Plays of the Year for 2017: TD Run: Eddie Morales, Howell and Bill Hackett, Trenton TD Pass Play: Michael DeSantis/Travis Thomas, South River and Cameron Carti/Andrew Perez, Seton Hall Prep Special Teams TD: Sean Spina, Ridge and Mack Byrne, Holmdel Defensive TD of the Year: Jordan Morant/Javontae Jean-Baptiste Bergen Catholic and Caleb Stokes, Ewing Sack of the Year: Anthony Corbin, Bergen Catholic and Nick Densieski, Saint John Vianney Stick of the Year: Liam Donohue, Rumson-Fair Haven and Markus Bagley, St. Peter’s Prep All of our Plays of the Year winners will be presented with JSZ Game Balls at our Football Banquet on December 7. We will be sending the information to coaches. Players and head coaches will be on our guest list. Anyone who voted for the Plays of the Year can come join us for our ceremony in Woodbridge. Here is the link to buy tickets for our dinner: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jersey-sports-zone-football-banquet-tickets-40116214678?aff=es2 We’re excited to show highlights of all the top players in the state and our Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year winners! Thank you again for the tremendous support. In case you missed it, watch all of our Plays of the Year nominees. Thanks again for the great highlights and casting your vote! Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll 2017 JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Evan Burton, Pinelands Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Week 10: Brandon Cipriano, Point Pleasant Boro Week 11: Ayir Asante, St. Peter’s Prep
Playoff football yields great choices for JSZ Week 10 Top Play
The first week of playoff football is in the books. Cast your vote NOW through Tuesday at 3:00 pm for the Top Play from Week Nine captured by JSZ cameras. The winner of this week’s poll will earn an invite to our statewide football banquet in December. Thanks to all of our nominees for giving us another batch of incredible highlights! Take Our Poll Previous JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Shaikyi Hannah, Delsea Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Missed our Highlights Shows? Watch 17 games of action from Week 10 on Friday and Saturday
Watch JSZ Week 10 Saturday Playoff Highlights Show
The first round of the high school football playoffs is complete. JSZ wraps up our week 10 coverage with seven games of action from Saturday afternoon in our highlights show: Click above to watch highlights of the following games: Saint Peter’s Prep 41 Don Bosco Prep 18: Maasi Maynor 22-31, 294 yards, 3 TD’s St. Joe’s-Montvale 49 Red Bank Catholic 13: Nick Patti 2 TD runs, 2 TD passes Freehold Boro 51 Nottingham 34: Ashante Worthy 416 rush yards, 7 TD runs, 190 pass yards Hillside 28 South River 7: Nahree Biggins 82 yard TD run Mater Dei Prep 42 Holy Cross 22: Malik Ingram 4 TD runs in first half St. Joe’s-Hammonton 54 St. Mary (Rutherford) 6: Qwashin Townsel 4 TD runs Penns Grove 52 Schalick 20: Tyreke Brown 269 yards total offense, 3 TD’s Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch highlights of 10 games to kick off our post-season coverage: Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 10 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch JSZ Week 9 Saturday Highlights Show
Jersey Sports Zone closes out the regular season with 10 more games of high definition highlights. We start our show with a pair of 21 point 4th quarter comebacks. Nick Patti orchestrated a St. Joe’s-Montvale home win over DePaul. Somerville trailed Summit 36-15 at the end of three quarters before “The Ville” rallied for 21 and the game-winning score in a 42-36 overtime win. We’ve also got SJV reaching 9-0 along with RBC and Nottingham getting to 8-1. Watch all the action from around New Jersey: Click above to watch highlights of the following games: St. Joe-Montvale 28 DePaul 21: Nick Patti 14/30 200 yards, 1 TD pass, 1 TD run Somerville 42 Summit 36 (OT): Duke McDuffie 50 yard punt return TD to force OT, game-winning TD run Red Bank Catholic 41 Manasquan 19: Steve Lubischer: 9/11, 240 yards, 2 TD passes, 2 TD runs Saint John Vianney 48 Monmouth Regional 7: Haaziq Daniels 3 TD passes Mater Dei Prep 28 Point Pleasant Beach 6: Malik Ingram 2 TD runs Nottingham 49 Hamilton West 13: Diontae Nicholson 22 carries, 151 yards, 2 TD’s Trenton 40 Hopewell Valley 3: Messiah Cook 16 carries, 100 yards, 1 TD Penns Grove 40 Woodstown 22: Kavon Lewis 20/26, 347 yards, 4 TD, 1 INT Salem 44 Deptford 0: Zaire Jones 16 carries, 179 yards, 3 TD’s Shore Regional 28 Keyport 14: Jack McCrae 19 carries, 164 yards, 2 TD’s Gil Goldsmith 20 carries, 124 yards Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch 10 games of action here: Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 9 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch JSZ Week Seven Saturday Highlights Show
Jersey Sports Zone brings you ten games of action around the state in our Saturday Week 7 Highlights Show. From Saint Peter’s Prep fourth quarter comeback to a wild overtime in Keansburg, thanks to all of our sponsors for allowing us to bring you great high school football highlights every week. Click above to watch highlights of the following games Saint Peter’s Prep 21 St. Joe’s-Montvale 17: Maasi Maynor two 4th quarter TD passes including 50-yard game winner to Mark Walker South River 26 Keansburg 20 (OT): Mike DeSantis 303 total yards, 2 TD’s Rumson-Fair Haven 42 Red Bank Regional 7: Peter Lucas 21 carries, 205 yards, 3 TD’s Freehold Boro 62 Marlboro 28: Ashante Worthy 24 carries, 264 yards, 4 TD runs 13-13 passing, 203 yards, 3 TD passes *topped 5,000 yard career rushing mark Manasquan 23 Middletown North 14: Connor Morgan 32 carries, 193 yards, TD run Hun School 49 Lawrenceville 14: Patrick Holly 6 TD passes, Preston Parsons 3 TD catches Rancocas Valley 42 Notre Dame 7: Iverson Clement 10 carries, 90 yards, 3 TD’s Metuchen 9 Keyport 3 (OT): Jaden Rojas 4 yard TD run in OT Sterling 48 Audubon 0: Greg Harris 14 carries, 90 yards, 2 TD’s Camden 40 Pennsauken 7: Nayjere Edwards 18 carries, 184 yards, 2 TD’s Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch 10 more games of high definition highlights around the state Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 7 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch Pope John 14 St. Joe’s Montvale 20 week 6 highlights
Pope John 14 St. Joe’s Montvale 20- week 6 Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Watch JSZ Week 6 Saturday Highlights Show
It was a Super Saturday of New Jersey high school football. We’ve got a Shore showdown doubleheader at Rutgers, #1 vs. #2 in Oradell and many more great matchups from Week 6. Enjoy our Saturday Highlights Show: Click above to watch highlights from the following games: Bergen Catholic 41 Saint Peter’s Prep 14: Johnny Langan 282 total yards, 4 TD’s Saint Joe’s-Montvale 20 Pope John 14: Angelo Guglielmello two field goals Lawrenceville 18 Peddie 16: Mohammed Diakite 16 receptions, 188 yards, 1 TD Saint John Vianney 31 Rumson-Fair Haven 28 (OT): Haaziq Daniels 178 pass yards, 75 rush yards, 3 TD’s Red Bank Catholic 42 Long Branch 28: Steve Lubischer 208 total yards, 4 TD’s Zack Bair 221 rush yards 2 TD’s Freehold Boro 35 Colts Neck 28: Ashante Worthy 20 carries, 163 yards, 2 TD’s 7-9 passing, 113 yards 2 TD passes Point Pleasant Boro 35 Lakewood 28: Tanner Gordon 2 TD runs including game winner with :38 left Marlboro 27 Neptune 21: Dontrell Alston 34 carries, 196 yards, 2 TD’s Haddonfield 31 Paulsboro 0: Haddonfield defense 3 INT’s and blocked punt Salem 46 Gloucester City 0: Zaire Jones 14 carries, 211 yards, 5 TD’s We had eleven games of action on our Friday Highlights Show: Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 6 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch JSZ Week 5 Saturday Highlights Show
The Jersey Sports Zone team brings you another 11 games of fantastic highlights featuring fantastic finishes and more incredible plays. Watch the action from every part of New Jersey in our Saturday Week 5 Highlights Show: Click above to watch highlights from the following games: Saint Joe’s-Montvale 16 Don Bosco Prep 15: Nick Patti game-winning TD pass to Matt Alaimo with :27 seconds left Pope John 43 Paramus Catholic 7: Berrell Neal 6 carries, 91 yards, 3 TD’s Hun School 33 Blair Academy 26: Patrick Holly 2 TD passes, Josh Henderson 3 TD’s Keansburg 51 Point Pleasant Beach 43: Daniel Vital 15-20, 387 yards, 5 TD’s Jashawn Martin 7 catches, 186 yards, 3 TD’s Lacey 34 Lakewood 33: Coleton Klaus 3 TD passes, Ryan Kilmurray 37 yard TD with :56 left Manalapan 42 Colts Neck 8: Naim Mayfield 13 carries, 215 yards, 4 TD’s Freehold Boro 56 Monroe 14: Ashante Worthy 5-6 110 yards, 3 TD passes, 5 rushes 126 yards, 3 TD’s Monmouth Regional 16 Raritan 6: Eli Rife 86 yard punt return for TD Allentown 48 Pemberton 8: X’Zavier Harris 4 catches, 156 yards, 3 TD’s Gloucester Catholic 61 Wildwood 8: Dashaun Harris 6 carries, 108 yards, 3 TD’s Paulsboro 49 Haddon Township 0: Dehron Holloway 4 TD’s Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch 10 great games that kicked off our Week 5 coverage: Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 4 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 4 Highlights Show
Week Four came to a close with a full plate of Saturday matchups around the state. Thanks to our great team at JSZ, we were able to bring you nine more games of action. The St. Joe’s-Montvale-Bergen Catholic clash gets things started and we get our first look at Pope John. Two Saturday night matchups found Somerville scoring a road win at Warren Hills and South River improving to 4-0 after holding off Keyport. Watch all the highlights: Click above to watch highlights of the following games: Bergen Catholic 41 St. Joe’s-Montvale 30: Josh McKenzie 20 carries, 106 yards, 2 TD’s Pope John 49 Seton Hall Prep 28: Berrell Neal 16 carries, 186 yards, 4 TD’s Mater Dei Prep 14 Canada Prep 13: Malik Ingram game-winning TD in 4th quarter Keansburg 14 Pinelands 13: Miguel Crespo game winning 1 yard TD Manasquan 27 Barnegat 0: Connor Morgan, 86 yards rushing, 2 TD’s South River 20 Keyport 16: Michael DeSantis 3 TD’s Somerville 26 Warren Hills 7: Ryan Kovacs 10-12, 178 yards, 2 TD’s St. Joe’s-Hammonton 53 Pennsville 0: Jada Byers 2 punt return TD’s, 4 carries, 124 yards, TD Woodbury 14 Salem 6: Andre Parker TD run, TD pass Missed our Week 4 Coverage? Three days, three shows, 30 games, 60 schools. Watch all of our high definition highlights around the state. Every Monday, we break up our highlights show and put your hometown team’s highlights in our Team Page section. Just visit the Find Your School link at the top of our home page Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 4 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch St. Joe’s Montvale 48 Delbarton 0
St. Joe’s Montvale 48 Delbarton 0 Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Vote now for JSZ’s Top Play from Week 2
The Jersey Sports Zone team was able to capture some incredible plays from Week 2 all around the Garden State. We’ve got 10 nominees for our Top Play. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner of the Top Play from Week 2 will be honored at the JSZ Football Banquet in December. In addition to our Top Play, we also have polls for Game Balls for Top Performers from all around the state. Those polls are active right now on our homepage at Jersey Sports Zone. Thanks to all the athletes for giving us so many great highlights! Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone Top Plays Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubsicher/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Missed our Highlights Shows? We’ve got 19 games from around the state on our Friday and Saturday highlights shows. Watch our high definition highlights and post-game interviews from around the state. Do you want to see your hometown team featured on JSZ? We are entirely supported by our great sponsors. Email email@example.com to learn how to join our team. Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Vote for JSZ Game Ball for top Week 2 North Jersey Performer
Each week, JSZ’s Alex Lorenzo posts ten nominees from outstanding performances in the Big North and GMC conferences. Voting is open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner of the poll will get a JSZ Game Ball presented during a mid-week practice with his teammates. Take Our Poll Last Week’s North Jersey Game Ball Winner Coaches: You can nominate your top performer every week. Just drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Saturday evening and we’ll nominate your player.
Watch JSZ Saturday Week Two Highlights Show
Jersey Sports Zone brought you 19 games of high definition highlights in Week 2. Our Saturday Highlights Show features nine games of action including two fantastic finishes in Morristown and Marlboro along with a dominating performance form St. Joe’s-Montvale: Click above to watch highlights of the following games: St. Joe’s-Montvale 48 Delbarton 0: Nick Patti 12-19, 190 yards, 4 TD’s Randolph 28 Morristown 21: Justin Suarez, game-winning TD run with :14 left Pinelands 27 Marlboro 20: Evan Burton, game-winning 62 yard TD run with 28 seconds left Hun 48 Stellar Prep 0: Pat Holly – 350 passing yards, 5 TD’s Nottingham 21 Hopewell Valley 7: Diontae Nicholson – 37 carries, 265 yards, 2 TD’s Point Pleasant Boro 27 Lacey 0: James Fara – 13 carries, 168 yards, 2 TD’s Holmdel 45 Spotswood 7: Jeff DeCicco: 3 TD passes, 2 TD runs Penns Grove 69 Haddon Heights 8: Tyreke Brown – 6 total TD’s Overbrook 27 Woodstown 14: Xavier Martin – 2 TD’s, 1 TD pass Jersey Sports Zone’s High School Football Coverage Jersey Sports Zone is excited to cover the entire state of New Jersey with our high definition highlights and features. We will post full highlight shows with Friday and Saturday high school football action. Don’t forget you can download our App for free from the App Store or Google Play and get all of our videos right on your smartphone. On Sunday, we will nominate the top plays captured by our cameras for the JSZ Football Play of the Week and we’ll honor top performers with nominations for our Game Balls. We ask you to cast your vote from Sunday morning through Tuesday afternoon. Our Play of the Week winners will be honored at our statewide football banquet in December. Our Game Ball winners will have JSZ cameras come to practice mid-week to hand out a pigskin in front of the entire team. Coaches: Send your Game Ball nominees by Saturday night to be considered: email@example.com (Shore), firstname.lastname@example.org (WJFL), email@example.com (Mid State 38), firstname.lastname@example.org (GMC and Big North) Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
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Vote for JSZ’s Top Play and Game Ball for Week Zero
Every Sunday, Jersey Sports Zone will look back on the best plays captured by our cameras. We’ll ask you to vote each week for our JSZ Top Play. The poll is open NOW until Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winners of each weekly poll will earn an invite to our JSZ Statewide Football Banquet coming up in December. Thanks to all the great athletes for giving us a great batch of Top Plays from Week Zero: Take Our Poll JSZ Game Balls In addition to our Top Play voting, every Sunday we’ll honor the top performers from the week in high school football and nominate them for a JSZ Game Ball. Next week, we’ll have four different Game Ball nominees from different parts of the state. With a limited Week 0 schedule statewide, here are 10 great performances up for our first Game Ball. Take Our Poll Polls will stay open until Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We will stop by a practice and present a JSZ Game Ball to each week’s winner. Coaches you can always nominate your players for a Game Ball – just email email@example.com before Saturday at 11 pm. Sponsor Shout Out Monmouth Building Center has been responsible for honoring athletes in the Shore Conference over the past three years. We’re grateful to have Monmouth Building Center back to support athletes on the Jersey Shore. We’ll have our first Monmouth Building Center Game Ball poll up next week Watch JSZ’s Football Highlights Shows! Jersey Sports Zone kicked off its high school football coverage with 18 games on Friday and Saturday. Click below to watch our highlights shows with games that featured big plays, clutch moments and great video. Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 0 Highlights Show
Jersey Sports Zone wrapped up our Week 0 coverage with six games from our Saturday Highlights Show: Click above to watch Saturday highlights from the following games: Bergen Catholic 48 DePaul 27 Johnny Langan – 15-23, 306 passing yards, 5 TD’s, 46 yards rushing, 55 yard TD catch St. Joe’s-Montvale 44 Deerfield Beach 21 Evan Stewart – 2 INT’s for TD’s Monmouth Regional 21 Ocean Township 17 Ian Fitzgerald – 125 yards rushing, 2 TD’s Gloucester City 37 Maple Shade 0 Saimere Colon – 5 catches, 161 yards, 4 TD’s Allentown 34 Nottingham 7 Dan Merkel – 8/13, 110 yards, first varsity TD Hamilton 39 Princeton 0 Chris Charles – 2 TD’s Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Check out 12 games of action from Friday’s Week 0 slate around the state Click above to watch highlights from our Week 0 Highlights Show: St. Peter’s Prep 48 Union City 0 – Maasi Maynor – 13-16, 174 yards, 2 TD passes Byrnes (SC) 24 Don Bosco Prep 21 – Rebels 17 points in five minute span Bound Brook 28 Dunellen 8 – David Lepoidevin – 6-7, 109 yards, 2 TD passes Holmdel 17 David Brearley 12 – Brandon Saghafi: 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble Central Regional 24 Southern Regional 23 (OT) – Kavon Chambers – 24 carries, 201 yards, 3 TD’s Trenton 40 Academy at Palumbo 0 – Bill Hackett – 3 TD’s Northern Burlington 38 West Windsor-Plainsboro South 14 – Amir Stevenson – 22 carries, 175 yards, 3 TD’s Malvern Prep (PA) 27 St. Augustine Prep 7 – O’Shaan Allison – 18 carries, 133 yards, 1 TD Hammonton 23 Bridgeton 0 – Christian Weissman – TD pass, INT for TD Shabazz 35 Bernards 7 – Javis Hanks – 60 yard punt return for TD Morristown-Beard 50 Pennington 22 – Tahj Valentine – 19 carries, 338 yards, 3 TD’s Roselle Park 33 Sussex Tech 7 Jersey Sports Zone’s High School Football Coverage Jersey Sports Zone is excited to cover the entire state of New Jersey with our high definition highlights and features. We will post full highlight shows with Friday and Saturday high school football action. Don’t forget you can download our App for free at the App Store or Google Play and get all of our videos right on your smartphone. On Sunday, we will nominate the top plays captured by our cameras for the JSZ Football Play of the Week and we’ll honor top performers with nominations for our Game Balls. We ask you to cast your vote from Sunday morning through Tuesday afternoon. Our Play of the Week winners will be honored at our statewide football banquet in December. Our Game Ball winners will have JSZ cameras come to practice mid-week to hand out a pigskin in front of the entire team Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Seraphs blank 7-time champ to reach finals
Eddie Lewis embraces his family as Mater Dei Prep delivers a dominating 26-0 win at home over St. Joseph-Hammonton to reach the Non Public Group 2 state finals. We’ve got highlights from Middletown as well as the impressive display from #1 ranked St. Joe’s-Montvale ending Saint John Vianney Thank you to Gold Coast Cadillac for sponsoring our Mater Dei Prep coverage on Shore Sports Zone. Thanks to Gold Coast, we’ll be at the Seraphs state championship game on December 3rd at Kean University! Thanks to Paver Restoration for sponsoring our Saint John Vianney coverage. Thanks to Paver Restoration, our Lancers highlights will continue this winter in basketball and hockey! 2016 Week 11 Scoreboard North 2 Group 4 (5) Sayreville42 (1) Middletown South28FINAL (3) Summit0 (2) Middletown North20FINAL South Jersey Group 5 (5) Howell34 (1) Toms River North62FINAL South Jersey Group 3 (5) Hamilton West21 (1) Wall49FINAL Central Jersey Group 5 (5) South Brunswick20 (1) Manalapan34FINAL Central Jersey Group 4 (5) Freehold Boro23 (1) Brick Township24FINAL (6) Jackson Memorial15 (2) Allentown41FINAL Central Jersey Group 3 (4) Rumson-Fair Haven21 (1) Somerville13FINAL Central Jersey Group 2 (3) Manasquan31 (2) Roselle27FINAL Central Jersey Group 1 (5) Asbury Park39 (1) Shore Regional19FINAL (3) Keyport27 (2) Point Pleasant Beach14FINAL Non-Public Group 3 (5) Saint John Vianney20 (1) Saint Joe's-Montvale45FINAL Non-Public Group 2 (3) St. Joe's-Hammonton0 (2) Mater Dei Prep 26FINAL Regular Season Donovan Catholic14 Manchester20FINAL Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch six games of action from the state semifinals including huge wins for Toms River North, Middletown North and Asbury Park: State Championship Matchups Rutgers University Saturday, December 3rd Central Jersey Group 5 (2) Piscataway vs. (1) Manalapan, 10 a.m. North 2 Group 4 (5) Sayreville vs. (2) Middletown North, 1 p.m. Central Jersey Group 4 (2) Allentown vs. (1) Brick, 4 p.m. Central Jersey Group 3 (4) Rumson-Fair Haven vs. (3) South Plainfield, 7 p.m. Rowan University Saturday, Dec. 3 South Jersey Group 3 (3) Delsea vs. (1) Wall, 11 a.m. South Jersey Group 5 (3) Millville vs. (1) TR North, 6 p.m. Kean University Saturday, Dec. 3 Non-Public Group 2 (4) Holy Spirit vs. (2) Mater Dei Prep, 1 p.m. Central Jersey Group 1 (5) Asbury Park vs. (3) Keyport, 4 p.m. Central Jersey Group 2 (3) Manasquan vs. (5)Bernards, 7 p.m. State Playoff Game Ball We will compile the best performances from the state semifinals and post the nominees for Top Performer from Week 11. The winner will receive a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball. The polls will open on Sunday at 9:00 am and close on Tuesday at 3:00 pm Why Weren’t We at Your Game? Shore Sports Zone is entirely supported by local sponsorships. Our first priority is shooting games that our sponsors support. If every school had one sponsor, we can buy more cameras, hire more shooters and bring you more highlights and features in ALL sports all year long! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of a local business that might be interested in sponsoring your hometown team.
Mater Dei hosts Valerie Fund hoops challenge
SSZ has highlights of Mater Dei Prep’s 57-49 win over Saint Joseph’s-Montvale and CBA’s 68-60 win against East Orange at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River as part of a five game showcase to raise money for pediatric cancer Mater Dei Prep head basketball coach Ben Gamble helped organize the Valerie Fund Basketball Challenge at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River. The five game showcase featured four boys matchups involving North Jersey powers and a girls game between Mater Dei Prep and Hudson Catholic, a game the Lady Seraphs won 55-45. CBA topped East Orange 68-60 and Mater Dei Prep got another quality out of conference win with a 57-49 victory against St. Joe’s out of Montvale: Established in 1976 in memory of Valerie Goldstein, The Valerie Fund’s seven centers provide caring, state-of-the-art outpatient health care to more than 4,000 children and their families each year in New Jersey, New York, and the Philadelphia area. Bunny Flanders, Director of Marketing and Communications for The Valerie Fund is “excited to have the support of Mater Dei Prep and their basketball challenge. Students from the participating schools will be supporting kids with cancer and blood disorders in their home communities.”