2016 Salerno Duane Week 3 Scores & Top Performers

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Weekly Scores

Week 3 Scores

Jefferson fullback

Jefferson fullback Jake Jakova signals a touchdown as his Falcons remain undefeated with their win against Mendham in Week 3 (photo by Mattie Marano).

Boonton vs. Parsippany 49 – 6
Shabazz vs. Butler 10 – 6
Dover vs. Hoboken 13 – 28
Hanover Park vs. Mountain Lakes 14 – 7
High Point vs. Mount Olive 28 – 20
Hackettstown vs. North Warren 34 – 0
Hopatcong vs. Newton 0 – 41
Whippany Park vs. Lincoln 0 – 40
Montville vs. West Milford 20 – 13
Randolph vs. Morris Knolls 16 – 21
Newark Central vs. Pequannock 14 – 35
Roxbury vs. Parsippany Hills 40 – 14
Pascack Hills vs. Sussex Tech 14 – 21
West Morris vs. Morristown 21 – 7
Marist vs. Morris Catholic 14 – 32
Jefferson vs. Mendham 35 – 14
Kinnelon vs. Madison 6 – 27
Lakeland vs. Kittatinny 31 – 0
Lenape Valley vs. Wallkill Valley 39 – 20
Pope John vs. Delbarton 14 – 7
Morris Hills vs. Chatham 41 – 12
Pascack Hills vs. Sussex Tech 21 – 14
Morristown-Beard @ Pennington 16 – 34

How We Predicted Them

Jefferson and Mendham battled

Jefferson and Mendham battle in the trenches during their match-up in Week 3 (photo by Mattie Marano).

Dan 17-5
Brian 15-7
George 12-10

Top Passers

Freshman Mendham QB Logan Clouse is makes the most of his opportunity

Freshman Mendham QB Logan Clouse threw his first varsity touchdown of his career in Week 3 (photo by Mattie Marano).

Jon Toye, Kinnelon, 14-25-275-1
Nick Verducci, Par Hills, 13-32-221-1
Donovan Brady, Roxbury, 9-17-214-2
Christian Acevedo, Dover, 13-22-213-0
Timmy Adams, Chatham, 17-32-190-2
Donato Casolaro, Hanover Park, 15-33-183-1
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, 9-12-160-1
Preston Nicolai, Wallkill Valley, 9-20-145-2
Luke Young, Newton, 2-3-124-2
Dominic Gentile, Butler, 9-19-116-1
Tyler Crum, Sussex Tech, 4-6-115-1
Michael Trezza, Montville, 5-8-100-1
Logan Holleritter, Jefferson, 2-3-100-0
Justin Suarez, Randolph, 5-11-93-1
Ty Hranicka, Pope John, 6-9-80-1
Jay Pruden, Lenape Valley, 4-4-79-1
Mike Kearney, Madison, 7-10-77-1
Jake Buchner, Morristown, 8-19-72-0
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 12-25-70-0
Joe Bob Whritenour, Booton, 4-6-69-2
Matt O’Brien, Hackettstown, 4-5-62-2
Jay Pruden, Lenape Valley, 2-2-55-1
Logan Clouse, Mendhanm, 5-7-35-1 (frosh)
Yhylmoni Fable, Morris Catholic, 4-12-35-0

Top Rushers

Sussex Tech fullback con

Sussex Tech fullback ran for 137-yards and a TD to make him one of the leading rushers in Morris Sussex (photo by Dawn Vogel Herbst).

Chad Musilli, High Point, 33-225-3
Cole Draghi, West Morris, 21-176-3
Stevie Leyden, Lenape Valley, 4-156-1
Will Larsen, Newton, 9-151-1
Chase Cramer, Newton, 12-146-1
Berrell Neal, Pope John, 19-146-1
Sean Klimek, Pequannock, 14-141-3
Connor Brown, Jefferson, 24-139-1
Frank Hofmann, Sussex Tech, 29-137-1
Dylan Harlos, Wallkill Valley, 32-134-0
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 13-123-2
Andrew Papantonis, Delbarton, 25-111-1
Maleek Awan, Boonton, 10-111-1
Nick Walls, Morris Hills, 21-110-2
Jake Licinsky, High Point, 10-109-0
Jake Philip, High Point, 8-107-1
Luke Papa, Whippany Park, 17-105-0
Jhamil King, Morristown, 17-104-0
Tucker Voelbel, Roxbury, 6-100-1
Carlo Zarro, Randolph, 14-99-1
Donato Casolaro, Hanover Park, 19-97-1
Brandon Keuhner, Hackettstown, 6-97-0
Masyn Sanchez, Dover, 18-93-2
Amaro Anderson, Boonton, 5-92-1
Sean Conley, Hanover Park, 5-91-0
Brandon Kuehner, Hackettstown, 4-86-0
Will Larsen, Newton, 5-85-1
Nate Howell, Morris Knolls, 25-84-0
Sean Centinaro, Butler, 19-82-0
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, 8-80-2
Chase Cramer, Newton, 10-79-1
Mike Kearney, Madison, 14-79-0
PJ Mulcahy, Madison, 12-78-1
Tahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard, 19-77-0
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 12-69-0
Ryan Dilorenzo, Boonton, 5-66-1
Justin Werder, Roxbury, 10-65-0
Matty Mulcahy, Madison, 4-66-0
Matt Boyd, Madison, 15-64-0
Flynn Brown, Mount Olive, 9-63-1
Yhylmoni Fable, Morris Catholic, 9-60-1
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 8-53-0
Dante Northe, Newton, 5-51-1
Joe Badgley, Roxbury, 10-50-2
Nick Vittorio, Morris Knolls, 14-50-1
Jason Luzzi, Mountain Lakes, 5-48-0
Michael Roumes, Roxbury, 6-48-0
JJ Carrara, Hackettstown, 6-48-1
Tim Ervey, Hackettstown, 3-47-1
Christian Maciak, Hacketstown, 4-46-1
Anthony DiJoseph, Mount Olive, 4-46-0
Ty Hranicka, Pope John, 14-45-0
Shawn Burke, Hackettstown, 6-42-0
Jake Wilkerson, Hopatcong, 18-41-0
Wyatt McCarthy, Newton, 4-41-0
Jalen Torres, Jefferson, 4-38-2
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 13-37-1
Michael Trezza, Montville, 9-35-1
William Verrico, Butler, 9-34-1
Alex Leming, Jefferson, 6-34-0
Matt Palazzi, Mountain Lakes, 6-33-0
Kevin Sembrat, Roxbury, 3-33-0
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 1-30-0
Jack Anderson, Mendham, 9-25-0
Davonna Swan, Morris Catholic, 4-12-3

Top Receivers

Roxbury receiver

Parsippany Hills saw a lot of the back of Roxbury receiver Tucker Voelbel’s jersey this past Friday night as the Gaels overtook the Vikings (photo by Mattie Marano).   

Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 10-222-1
Alfred Boye-Cadjoe, Wallkill Valley, 5-125-3
Brandon Bendes, Sussex Tech, 2-106-1
Mike Bettelli, Par Hills, 5-104-1
Michael Roumes, Roxbury, 4-96-1
Chris Fancesco, Chatham, 6-80-1
Scott Price. Boonton, 1-78-1
Scott Price, Newton, 1-75-1
Nate Inglis, Dover, 5-73-0
Paul Shadel, Roxbury, 2-71-1
Jeremie Simmons, Randolph, 2-70-1
Nick Ho, Par Hills, 4-67-0
Will Larsen, Boonton, 1-65-1
Rey Almodovar, Morris Hills, 1-65-1
Nick Gauweiler, Montville, 1-59-1
Sean Scott, Butler, 4-59-0
Brian Dolan, Pope John, 3-56-1
Tim Elefonte, Kinnelon, 4-53-0
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, 1-50-0
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 2-50-0
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, 1-50-0
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 1-50-0
Ty Dauti, Boonton, 2-49-1
Brian Dolan, Pope John, 3-48-1
Josh Szott, Morristown, 3-48-0
Jimmy Fortier, Hanover Park, 4-46-0
Deshea Wilfong, Dover, 2-45-0
Michal Radomski, Hanover Park, 3-45-1
William Verrico, Butler, 4-43-0
Robert Bakovic, Mount Olive, 9-38-0
Kyle Davis, Par Hills, 1-37-0
Masyn Sanchez, Dover, 3-37-0
Joe Scotti, Mendham, 3-34-1
Colin Hart, Chatham, 1-30-1
Francisco Arenas, Dover, 2-29-0
Greg Olson, Delbarton, 3-25-0

Top Defenders & Special Teamers

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Hanover Park’s Jimmy Fortier fights through Mountain Lakes tacklers this past Friday night’s win over the Herd (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Robert Dromsky-Reed, Kinnnelon, 12 tackles
Tim Elefonte, Kinnelon, 11 tackles
Calvin Krippner, Kinnelon, 25 tackles
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 12 tackles
Andrew Benfatti, Mendham, XP 5-5
Matt Garofalo, Roxbury, 13 tackles
Mike Christiansen, Roxbury, 12 tackles
Vincent Bianchi, Par Hills, 14 tackles
Mike Battelli, Par Hills 13 tackles
Nick Gitelman, Morris Knolls, 1 Pick-6
Chris Flynn, Randolph, 9 tackles
Anthony Fodali, Randolph, 1 fumble recovery
Anthony Salemi, Randolph, 9 tackles
Jake Grecco, Butler, 7 tackles, 1 sack, 1 caused fumble
Sean Conley, Hanover Park, 9 tackles, 1 INT
Giancarlo Dellanno, Hanover Park, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Michael Ferrone, Hanover Park, 8 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 caused fumble
Jimmy Fortier, 4 tackles, 1 INT
Eddie Schimminger, 16 tackles
Cory Mack, Butler, 6 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Sean Scott, Butler, 3 tackles, 2 INTs
John Taggart, Butler, 3 tackles, 1 sack
Mike Warren, Butler, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Ben Adams, Mountain Lakes, 2 INTs
Mission Kercher, Mountain Lakes, 12 tackles
Collin Pond, Mountain Lakes, 1 fumble for a TD
Amaro Anderson, Boonton, 3 tackles, 1 INT, XP 7-7
Chris Corporan, Boonton, 6 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Kyle Connelly, Hackettstown, 2 tackles, 1 sack
Tyler Johnson, Hackettstown, 3 tackles, 1 sack
Eddie O’Melia, Hackettstown, XP 4-5
Scott Price, Newton, 11 tackles
Jon VanNess, Newton, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Chase Cramer, Newton, punt return for a TD
Donte Northe-Little, Newton, 6 tackles, 1 INT
Ryan Card, Pope John, 16 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Nick DeNucci, Pope John, 13 tackles, forced fumble
Ryan Greenhagen, Pope John, big 4th and goal stop
Christian Izien, Pope John, monster KR for 59-yards to give Johnnies great field position.
Dalyn Wade-Perry, 6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery
Vincent Antoniello, Pope John, XP 2-2
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, returned a punt for a TD and converted a 2-pt conversion
Francisco Arenas, Dover, 3 tackles, 1 INT
Jason Baun, Dover, 12 tacles
Chad Musilli, High Point, 11 tackles, 1 INT
Jake Licinsky, High Point, 2 sacks, 1 INT
Tommy Gilmore, High Point, 8 tackles
Grayson Sabo, High Point, XP 4-4
Dominick Hink, Mount Olive, 14 tackles
Ryan Hodgins, Mount Olive, 16 tackles
Evan Kelson, Mount Olive, 3 tackles, 1 caused fumble
John Radel, Mount Olive, 2 tackles, 1 sack
Myles Shelton, Mount Olive, 10 tackles, 1 sack
Matt Burke, Montville, 14 tackles, 1 sack
Matt Hager, Montville, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Liridon Leka, Montville, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Anthony Manna, Montville, 2 tackles, 1 Pick-6
Typhoon Teresa, Montville, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Michael Trezza, Montville, 10 tackles, 1 sack
Nick Zach, Randolph, 25-yard FG
Dan Byrnes, Randolph, XP 3-3
Chris Carter, Morris Catholic, 1 fumble recovery
Joe Onorati, Morris Catholic, 7 tackles
Pat Wickenheiser, Morris Catholic, 1 fumble recovery
Zack Polley, Mendham, 9 tackles
Reid Randolph, Mendham, 1 INT
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, 1 INT, XP 7-7
Connor Brown, Jefferson, 2 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Dan Glazewski, Jefferson, 2 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Jake Jakova, Jefferson, 10 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 3 tackles, 1 INT
Yiakos Kostidakas, Madison, 1 INT
Mike Holland, Madison, recovered onside kick
Justin Voss, Kittatinny, 6 tackles, 2 sacks
Jarrett Giaguzzi, Kittatinny, 7 tackles
Calvin Brook, Kittatinny, 6 tackles
Kevin Utter, Sussex Tech, recovered 2 fumbles
Ron Lubertazzo, North Warren, 10 tackles

2 Comments

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  2. Sue Behrens

    October 4, 2016 at 4:31 pm

    Not sure if Whippany park sends you stats, Luke Papa had 18 carries for 157yds and a TD in win over Walkill Valley

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