Week Four brought tears of joy and tears of sadness to the Garden State. We close out this week’s coverage with a four-pack of games. Stay tuned as all the highlights come in.

Don Bosco 31 Bergen Catholic 7

There is a new No. 1 team in the state of New Jersey. After a few up and down weeks, the Ironmen finally put together a complete game while defeating their arch rival. Don Bosco (3-2) leaned on their all-senior offensive line to control the trenches and the pace of this game. QB Nick Minicucci threw two touchdown passes and Nolan James scored two touchdowns of his own. Bergen Catholic (4-1) has it’s remarkable 17-game win streak snapped in the loss.

JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and reaction from Oradell:

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Seton Hall Prep 28 Irvington 20

The Pirates and Blue Knights are the top two teams in Essex County this season and they clashed Saturday afternoon in an exciting game. Seton Hall Prep (3-1) was led by first-year quarterback Liam Londergan, who shredded Irvington (4-1) with four touchdown passes. Irvington trailed 21-6 at the half but fought back thanks to three total touchdowns from Notre Dame commit Adon Shuler.

JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from West Orange:

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Winslow Township 21 Shawnee 14

The Eagles raced out to a 14-0 lead, before holding off the Renegades in a wild finish. Jamil Peterson rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns for Winslow (1-2), while Jimmy Wilson Jr. also rushed for a score. Joe Papa and Nick Rusinski scored TDs in the loss for Shawnee (3-2). The Renegades had fourth and goal with time running out, but accidentally clocked the ball to end the game.

JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights:

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Linden 13 Perth Amboy 0

Following the tragic death of sophomore standout Xavier McClain, Linden (2-2) defeated Big Central Conference Liberty Gold Division rival Perth Amboy (2-2) 13-0. Running back Alex Donic and quarterback Tequan Thomas both with touchdowns in the first half scored the game’s only points on a day of high emotions.

JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights and postgame reaction:

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