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Week 4 Scores

Sussex Tech's

Sussex Tech’s Frank Hofmann continues to be an offensive machine, pumping out 218-yards and 2 touchdowns to help his Mustangs remain undefeated with a win over the Academy of New Church (photo by Dawn Vogel Herbst).

Kittatinny vs. Kinnelon 0 – 21
Morris Catholic vs. Hopatcong 23 – 28
Jefferson vs. West Milford 31 – 0
Mountain Lakes vs. Lenape Valley 7 – 48
Randolph vs. Livingston 14 – 6
Morris Knolls vs. Wayne Valley 28 – 47
Mount Olive vs. West Morris 0 – 32
Parsippany vs. West Side 26 – 0
Newton vs. Vernon 13 – 7
Wallkill Valley vs. Whippany Park 12 – 20
Lakeland vs. Hackettstown 19 – 3
Hanover Park vs. Dover 36 – 7
Weequahic vs. Butler 20 – 16
Morristown vs. Columbia 36 – 26
Barringer vs. Parsippany Hills 28 – 49
Chatham vs. Ferris 56 – 6
Montville vs. High Point 18 – 28
Don Bosco Prep vs. Delbarton 24 – 7
Seton Hall Prep vs. Pope John 7 – 19
Sparta vs. Morris Hills 49 – 21
Pequannock vs. Madison 21 – 28
Riverdale, NY vs. Morristown-Beard 30 – 34
Academy of New Church vs. Sussex Tech 20 – 22

How We Predicted Them


Madison QB Mike Kearney muscled his way to get his Dodgers a “W” against a Pequannock team that made him fight for every inch (photo by Mattie Marano). 

Dan: 18-6 (75.00%)
Brian: 19-5 (79.16%)
George: 21-3 (87.50%)

How We Are Doing Overall

West Morris

West Morris’ Peter Taylor (6) and Jake Congdon (3) celebrate as they rolled past Mount Olive in Week 4 to keep their perfect 4-0 record (photo by Chris Henwood).

Dan 64-25 (71.91%)
Brian 57-32 (64.04%)
George 60-29 (67.41%)

Top Passers

Hanover Park's Donato Casolaro

Hanover Park’s Donato Casolaro was the second leading passer in Morris Sussex with his 224-yard, 3 touchdown night against Dover in Week 4 (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Matt Maute, Sparta, 28-32-417-5
Donato Casolaro, Hanover Park, 24-31-224-3
Jon Toye, Kinnelon, 7-14-168-2
Nick Billand, Montville, 11-24-141-1
Tyler Crum, Sussex Tech, 10-17-138-1
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, 7-15-125-1
Matt O’Brien, Hackettstown, 10-17-104-0
Davis Bell, Delbarton, 7-15-101-1
Justin Suarez, Randolph, 9-11-96
Nick Vittorio, Morris Knolls, 5-9-96-0
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 15-27-89-0
Logan Holleritter, Jefferson, 2-4-65-1
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 7-12-62-0
Nick Verducci, Par Hills, 6-7-59-2
Christian Acevedo, Hanover Park, 6-14-50-0
Dominic Gentile, Butler, 5-11-43-1
Ty Hranicka, Pope John, 5-10-38-1
Bart Yarosz, Hopatcong, 2-2-34-0
Christian Riedinger, Parsippany, 1-1-22-1

Top Rushers


Morristown-Beard’s Tahj Valentine had a monster game on the Crimson, rushing for 133-yards and 5 TDs in a win over Riverdale, NY (photo by Ben Muha). 

Nick Verducci, Par Hills, 27-383-5
Stevie Leyden, Lenape Valley, 8-224-2
Frank Hoffman, Sussex Tech 26-218-2
Nick Vittorio, Morris Knolls, 24-184-2
Cole Draghi, West Morris, 21-175-3
Chad Musilli, High Point, 26-159-2
Luke Papa, Whippany Park, 18-157-1
Devonne Swan, Morris Catholic, 24-156-1
Sean Centinaro, Butler, 31-153-1
Mike Kearney, Madison, 24-142-3
Sean Klimek, Pequannock, 10-138-1
Tahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard, 27-133-5
Robert Hockey, Parsippany, 24-133-0
Jake Wilkerson, Hopatcong, 19-128-3
Max Schelling, Chatham, 8-121-1
Chase Cramer, Newton, 20-115-1
Alex Miliken, Sparta, 13-110-2
Mike Stefkovich, Vernon, 19-103-1
Angelo Macera, Morris Hills, 6-100-0
Marco Falivene, Par Hills, 13-97-0
Wilson Done, Par Hills, 16-96-0
Anthony Mastroeni, Hopatcong, 10-91-1
Michael Trezza, Montville, 18-89-2
Jake Lisinsky, High Point, 9-87-1
Timmy Adams, Chatham, 4-86-4
Andrew Lake, Whippany Park, 14-86-1
Jake Jakova, Jefferson, 8-84-0
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 22-83-0
Cody Romano, Kittatinny, 17-83-0
Jalen Torres, Jefferson, 3-81-1
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 10-79-1
Connor Brown, Jefferson, 11-78-2
Christian Izien, Pope John, 10-76-1
Kwaku Agyemang, Parsippany, 8-75-2
Troy DuPont, Lenape Valley, 6-74-1
Will Larsen, Newton, 16-73-0
Terrence Jones, Pope John, 12-67-1
Cole Robertson, Lenape Valley, 3-66-1
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 10-65-2
Tyler Grieco, Parsippany, 13-64-1
Matt Rapisardi, Vernon, 10-60-0
Donato Casolaro, Hanover Park, 10-59-0
Nick Jung, Randolph, 15-58-1
Anthony DiJoseph, Mount Olive, 14-55-0
Matt O’Brien, Hackettstown, 8-54-2
Jake Philip, High Point, 6-49-1
Tanner Sodano, Lenape Valley, 2-47-1
Jason Baun, Dover, 11-46-1
Nate Howell, Morris Knolls, 10-46-0
Jon Toye, Kinnelon, 5-43-0
Michael Jarmolowich, Delbarton, 2-42-1
Matt Castro, Hackettstown, 7-40-0
Michael Kaiser, Morris Knolls, 9-38-1
Jhamil King, Morristown, 2-36-2
Brandon Kuehner, Hackettstown, 1-35-0
Eric Lubrano, Randolph, 9-31-0
Chris Vindel, Dover, 4-30-0
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 12-29-0
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 4-27-0
Masyn Sanchez, Dover, 9-26-0
Cole Kreshpane, Delbarton, 1-26-0
Greg Olson, Delbarton, 2-24-0
CJ Smith, Kinnelon, 8-23-0
Jake Buchner, Morristown, 3-12-3

Top Receivers

Sussex Tech receiver

Sussex Tech receiver Brandon Bendes is a big downfield weapon the Mustangs are using to remain undefeated (photo by Dawn Vogel Herbst).

Jake Zerillo, Sparta, 8-127-3
Tim Elefonte, Kinnelon, 4-121-1
Brandon Bendes, Sussex Tech, 7-109-0
Michal Radomski, Hanover Park, 9-97-2
Rich McDonald, Sparta, 7-91-1
Alex Miliken, Sparta, 4-87-1
Nick Zach, Randolph, 5-67-0
Joe Taylor, Morris Knolls, 2-63-0
Robert Bakovic, Mount Olive, 6-53-0
Jonathan Byers, Sparta, 3-53-0
Jimmy Fortier, Hanoverk Park, 4-46-0
Keenan Sylvester, Sparta, 4-44-1
Eric Magnifico, Hanover Park, 5-43-1
Matt Burke, Montville, 1-39-0
Dominic Caccavella, Montville, 2-38-0
Sean Grant, Kinnelon, 1-37-1
William Verrico, Butler, 3-36-1
Aiden Sinisgalli, Jefferson, 1-35-0
John VanLenten, Morris Knolls, 3-33-0
Brian Dolan, Pope John, 2-31-1
Damon Lattuga, Morris Catholic, 2-30-0
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 1-30-1
Tahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard, 2-28-0
Anthony Manna, Montville, 3-27-1
Andrew Giordano, Hopatcong, 1-27-0
Nate Inglis, Dover, 3-26-0
Michael Trezza, Montville, 2-25-0
Ralph Jean-Francois, Parsippany, 1-22-0

Top Defenders & Special Teamers

Hanover Park's Eric Magnifico signals the call after teammate Sean Conley makes a tackle for a safety in the Hornets victory over Dover (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Hanover Park’s Eric Magnifico signals the call after teammate Sean Conley makes a tackle for a safety in the Hornets victory over Dover (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 7 tackles, 1 INT
Dominick Hink, Mount Olive, 8 tackles
Ryan Hodgins, Mount Olive, 16 tackles,
Myles Shelton, Mount Olive, 9 tackles, 1 sack
Anthony Salemi, Randolph, Punt return for a TD
Devonne Swan, Morris Catholic, KO Return for a TD
Joey Riotto, Morris Catholic, 8 tackles
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, Scored a 2-point conversion
Mike Brink, Jefferson, 1 fumble recovery
Matt D’Alessio, Jefferson, 6 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 caused fumble
Mike Fleming, Jefferson, 3 tackles, 1/2 sack
Dan Heys, Jefferson, 1 tackles, 1/2 sack
Shane O’Connor, Jefferson, 1 tackles, 1 sack
Aiden Sigisgali, Jefferson, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Jalen Torres, Jefferson, 5 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, XP 4 for 4, 29-yard FG
Jarrett Giaguzzi, Kittatinny, 7 tackles
Derek Michelman, Kittatinny, 6 tackles
Justin Voss, Kittatinny, 5 tackles
Josh Klimek, Kittatinny, 5 tackles
Nick Gitelman, Morris Knolls, 9 tackles, 1 sack
Shane Dougherty, Morris Knolls, returned a KO for a TD
Nicholas Foglia, Whippany Park, 11 tackles
Jared Bernard, Hackettstown, 6 tackles, 1 sack
JJ Carrara, Hackettstown, 7 tackles
Max Cash, Hackettstown, 9 tackles
Kyle Connelly, Hackettstown, 8 tackles, 1 sack
Ryan Gallagher, Hackettstown, 3 tackles, 1 INT
Zach Nesheiwat, Hackettstown, 5 tackles, 1 INT
Kyle Salazar, Hackettstown, 7 tackles
Francisco Arenas, Dover, 3 tackles, 1 INT
Jason Baun, Dover, 8 tackles
Zarrius Nieves, Dover, 6 tackles
Izzy Quiroz, Dover, 5 tackles
Oscar Vindel, Dover, 6 tackles
Sean Conley, Hanover Park, 8 tackles, 1 safety, blocked punt
Steve Conley, Hanover Park, 1 tackle, fumble recovery
Rory DeLuca, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Michael Ferrone, Hanover Park, 7 tackles, 1 sack,
Jimmy Fortier, Hanover Park, 4 tackles, 1 INT
Eddie Schimminger, Hanover Park, 13 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Rich Hofmann, Sussex Tech, 10 tackles, 2 sacks
Kevin Utter, Sussex Tech, 7 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Isiaih Aldea, Morristown-Beard, 1 tackle, 1 fumble recovery
George Burke, Morristown-Beard, 4.5 tackles
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 6.5 tackles
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 2 tackles, 2 INTs
Garrett Ryon, Morristown-Beard, 5.5 tackles
Tahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard, 6 tackles
Justin Fuss, Pequannock, 1 Pick-6
Anthony Esposito, Sparta, 1 INT
Matt Burke, Montville, 12 tackles
Dominic Caccavella, Montville, 5 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Alex Khalaf, Montville, 8 tackles
Liridon Leka, Montville, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Anthony Manna, Montville, 9 tackles, 1 int
Nick Recchia, 11 tackles, 1 INT, 1 caused fumble
Cole Draghi, West Morris, 1 INT
Robert Hockey, Parsippany, 1 INT
Ralph Jean-Francois, Parsippany, 1 INT
Joe Klein, Parsippany, 1 fumble recovery
Patrick Brady, Butler, 3 tackles, 1 INT
Jake Grecco, Butler, 6 tackles, 1 sack
William Verrico, Butler, 6 tackles
Mike Warren, Butler, 8 tackles
Peter Taylor, West Morris, 6 tackles, 1 INT

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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