The final Saturday of the regular season features a great slate of games and our team of MMJs are all over the Garden State to bring you the action. Stay tuned all night as the highlights and reaction come in!

Woodbridge 21 St. Joseph (Metuchen) 0

Woodbridge improved to 5-0 with a 21-0 win over Big Central Conference rival St. Joseph (Metuchen). Stony Brook commit Ali Lee Jr. finished the afternoon with three touchdowns and an interception, as the Barron defense allowed less than 200 total yards of offense.

JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights from Metuchen: 

Ramapo 27 East Orange 6

Charles DePrima threw for 344 yards and 4 touchdowns and Sean Clapp had 9 catches for 240 yards and 3 TD’s to give the Raiders an impressive road win at Paul Robeson Stadium.

JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights of a great Saturday afternoon battle:

Hammonton 37 Cedar Creek 7

The Blue Devils showed no signs of rust after a two-week layoff in a dominant performance against the Pirates. Jaiden Abrams led a methodical ground attack, scoring three touchdowns on the afternoon. Hammonton moves on to Pod 3 of the WJFL postseason and gets a chance at revenge against St. Augustine next week. Elijah Smalls scored the lone touchdown for Cedar Creek.

JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Egg Harbor City:

West Side 54 Shabazz 14

West Side extended its win streak to five consecutive games after taking down fellow Newark program Shabazz Saturday afternoon. Jahmir Dooley and Corey Walker dominated the ground game, while Rutgers commits Kharyi Banton and Shaquan Loyal controlled the defensive side.

JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Newark:

Audubon 42 Haddon Township 6

The Green Wave clinched their first winning season in 30 years with a victory over rival Haddon Township. Sean Driscoll threw three touchdown passes in the win, while Gavin Bunt rushed for a score and took a screen pass in for a TD. Jeff Jordan, Josh Bobo, Nate Gale and Luke Hoke also scored in the win, as Audubon moved to (5-1) and secured the Curley Cup.

JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: