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Madison readies themselves before their Friday night matchup against Hanover Park i

Madison readies themselves before their Friday night matchup against Hanover Park to preserve their undefeated record (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Butler vs. Hopatcong 42 – 0
Delbarton vs. Poly Prep (NY) 28 – 0
Hanover Park vs. Madison 21 – 42
High Point vs. Parsippany 34 – 13
Dover vs. Pequannock 14 – 47
Lakeland vs. Lenape Valley 14 – 41
Morristown vs. East Orange 18 – 42
West Side vs. Mountain Lakes 0 – 35
Vernon vs. West Milford 21 – 27
Verona vs. Boonton 7 – 28
Wallkill Valley vs. Newton 0 – 54
Pascack Hills vs. Kinnelon 6 – 8
Randolph vs. Roxbury 33 – 7
Newark Collegiate vs. Morris Catholic 20 – 10
Pope John vs. DePaul 14 – 26
West Morris vs. Mendham 7 – 0
Parsippany Hills vs. Nutley 28 – 14
Mount Olive vs. Chatham 35 – 21
Montville vs. Morris Hills 14 – 34
Jefferson vs. Sparta 10 – 41
Hackettstown vs. Kittatinny 28 – 25
Columbia vs. Morris Knolls 12 – 35
Caldwell vs. Whippany Park 14 – 0
Palisades Park vs. Sussex Tech HS 21 – 20
Morristown-Beard vs. Fieldston School 18 – 28

How We Predicted Them

Hanover Park defenders Donato Casolaro and Sean Conley do their best to slow tame Madison back PJ Mulcahy (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Hanover Park defenders Donato Casolaro (6) and Sean Conley (20) do their best to tame Madison back PJ Mulcahy (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Dan: 19-5 (79.16%)
Brian: 16-8 (66.66%)
George: 14-10 (58.33%)

How We Are Predicting Them So Far

Hanover Park fan section, aka "the Creatures" came in full effect to support their Hornets against Madison this past Friday night (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

The Hanover Park fan section, aka “the Creatures”, came in full effect to support their Hornets against Madison this past Friday night (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Dan: 136-48 (73.91%)
Brian: 127-57 (69.02%)
George: 128-56 (69.56%)

Top Passers

Mendham freshman made the most of his first start by pushing cross-town foe West Morris to the edge (photo by Mattie Marano).

Mendham freshman Logan Clouse made the most of his first start of the season by pushing cross-town foe West Morris to the edge this past Saturday afternoon (photo by Mattie Marano).

Matt Maute, Jefferson, 28-34-358-2
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 9-20-268-3
Nick Billand, Montville, 23-43-218-2
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 17-28-207-2
Justin Suarez, Randolph, 13-22-197-2
Dominic Gentile, Butler, 7-9-183-3
Michael Kearney, Madison, 9-11-170-2
Nick Verducci, Par Hills, 14-21-168-0
Luke Young, Newton, 2-2-123-2
Anthony DiJoseph, Mount Olive, 15-119-0
Donato Casolaro, Madison, 8-20-115-1
Matt O’Brien, Hackettstown, 8-19-112-1
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, 4-7-110-2
Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 15-103-2
Ty Hranicka, Pope John, 7-18-102-0
Anthony Siragusa, Delbarton, 8-98-3
Dylan Harlos, Wallkill Valley, 8-15-91-1
Logan Holleritter, Jefferson, 5-18-75-0
Davis Bell, Delbarton, 4-13-73-1
Luke Papa, Whippany Park, 7-12-73-0
Brandon Lavorini, Vernon, 6-11-72-1
Joe Rymarz, Kinnelon, 8-10-67-0
Ryan Finlay, West Morris, 6-11-64-0
Christian Acevedo, Dover, 2-9-60-0
Jay Pruden, Lenape Valley, 3-3-60-1
Yhylmoni Fable, Randolph, 3-5-58-0
Niko Piccolo, Randolph, 5-11-58-1
Nicholas Geimer, Hackettstown, 2-5-18-1
Joe Bob Writenour, Boonton, 1-2-10-0

Top Rushers

Mendham runningback Jack Anderson has been

Mendham runningback Jack Anderson has been consistently one of the hardest running ball carriers in all of Morris Sussex during the 2016 season (photo by Mattie Marano).

Wilson Done, Par Hills, 23-201-4
Zach Mafaro, Kittatinny, 22-196-4
Jake Philip, High Point, 9-188-3
Chad Musilli, High Point, 23-182-2
Terrence Jones, Pope John, 25-168-2
Alex Milliken, Sparta, 20-160-3
Stevie Leyden, Lenape Valley, 11-154-2
Devonne Swan, Morris Catholic, 22-148-0
William Verrico, Butler, 15-138-1
Anthony Salemi, Randolph, 7-137-2
Zachary Biango, Vernon, 19-135-2
Amaro Anderson, Boonton, 13-124-1
Nick Verducci, Par Hills, 19-119-0
Daymon Fleming, Morris Hills, 11-115-1
Chase Cramer, Newton, 6-108-1
Julien Kempf, Boonton, 7-107-2
Will Larsen, Newton, 4-96-2
Masyn Sanchez, Dover, 11-93-0
Dylan Harlos, Wallkill Valley, 10-91-1
Matt Mulcahy, Madison, 9-90-1
Donato Casolaro, Hanover Park, 23-90-0
Cole Kreshpane, Delbarton, 10-89-1
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 17-76-0
Wyatt McCarthy, Newton, 2-71-1
Connor Brown, Jefferson, 16-67-1
Cole Draghi, West Morris, 17-66-0
Jake Wilkerson, Hopatcong, 19-66-0
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 6-65-2
Troy DuPont, Lenape Valley, 12-60-1
P.J. Mulcahy, Madison, 13-60-1
Michael Trezza, Montville, 8-55-0
Khalid Dickerson, Lenape Valley, 9-55-0
Jake Crane, Whippany Park, 4-54-0
Michael Kearney, Madison, 18-53-2
Jimmy Snyder, Newton, 5-50-1
Nick Walls, Morris Hills, 12-50-1
Josh Klimek, Kittatinny, 7-46-0
Nicholas Geimer, Kittatinny, 7-45-0
Mike Stefkovich, Vernon, 8-44-0
Arian Zaku, Wallkill Valley, 14-44-0
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 2-40-0
Ryan Dilorenzo, Boonton, 6-38-0
Luke Papa, Whippany Park, 21-38-0
Brandon Kuehner, Hackettstown, 3-36-0
Zach Nesheiwat, Hackettstown, 7-36-0
Joe Rymarz, Kinnelon, 8-36-0
Matt Castro, Hackettstown, 5-34-0
Matt O’Brien, Hackettstown, 3-32-2
Peter Taylor, West Morris, 4-32-1
Cody Romano, Kittatinny, 5-31-0
Austin Mickens, Butler, 8-31-1
Nick Polyak, Newton, 5-29-0
Joe Bob Writenour, Boonton, 7-29-0
Declan Kelly, Morristown-Beard, 11-29-0
Justin Suarez, Randolph, 3-28-0
Francisco Arenas, Dover, 5-28-0
Christian Acevedo, Dover, 5-26-0
James Dodd, Dover, 4-24-1
Christian Maciak, Hackettstown, 6-24-0
Jack Cipriano, Morristown-Beard, 6-22-0
Deshea Wilfong, Dover, 2-20-1
Dalyn Wade-Perry, Pope John, 1-2-0 *We see you there with a carry big man!

Top Receivers

Hanover Park

Hanover Park receiver Jimmy Fortier slices through Madison defenders to get the Hornets a first half touchdown this past Friday night (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Andrew Sokolowski, Morristown-Beard, 5-132-2
Sean Scott, Butler, 5-132-1
Eric Castorina, Sparta, 10-124-1
Anthony Manna, Montville, 10-100-0
Dajon Chappell, Morris Hills, 3-95-1
Lance Johnson, Mount Olive, 6-95-2
Damon Latugga, Morris Catholic, 3-88-0
Scott Price, Newton, 1-81-1
Jonathan Byers, Sparta, 6-80-0
Christian Cuttita, Chatham, 6-75-0
P.J. Mulcahy, Madison, 1-74-1
Nick Jung, Randolph, 2-74-1
Brian Dolan, Pope John, 2-74-0
Jeremie Simmons, Randolph, 6-71-0
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 1-70-0
Jimmy Fortier, Hanover Park, 3-62-1
Jack Cipriano, Morristown-Beard, 2-60-0
Chris Francesco, Chatham, 2-55-2
Alex Milliken, Sparta, 5-53-1
Nasir Clerk, Morris Catholic, 2-51-1
Arian Zaku, Wallkill Valley, 3-49-0
Michael Lodge, Delbarton, 1-47-0
Marcquis Smallwood, Mount Olive, 6-46-0
Masyn Sanchez, Dover, 1-45-0
Robert Bakovic, Mount Olive, 3-40-0
Marcus Coward, Newton, 1-39-1
Michal Radomski, Hanover Park, 3-38-0
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 4-38-0
Jake Zerillo, Sparta, 4-37-0
Michael Roma, Whippany Park, 2-36-0
Greg Olson, Delbarton, 1-35-0
Anthony Salemi, Randolph, 2-35-1
Rich McDonald, Sparta, 3-33-0
Christian Maciak, Hackettstown, 1-31-0
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 1-30-0
Matthew O`Donnell, Madison, 2-30-0
Patrick Brady, Butler, 1-28-1
Matt Rapisardi, Vernon, 1-28-0
Santi Quintero, Madison, 2-27-0
Chris Carpini, Mount Olive, 2-26-0
Zach Nesheiwat, Hackettstown, 2-25-0
Aiden Sinisgalli, Jefferson, 3-25-0
Matt Macaulay, Hackettstown, 3-24-0
Matt Kaynak, Butler, 1-23-1
Tim Elefonte, Kinnelon, 2-23-0
Blaise Huresky, Morris Catholic, 2-23-0
Brian Kraska, Madison, 2-22-1
Nicholas Geroldi, Whippany Park, 2-21-0
Sean Sabol, Vernon, 2-20-0
Ryan Gallagher, Hackettstown, 1-16-1
Mike Stefkovich, Vernon, 2-13-1

Top Defenders and Special Teamers

West Morris

West Morris junior defender Dean Jinks was not making it easy for Mendham to get their passing game going (photo by Mattie Marano). 

Liam Anderson, Mount Olive, 4 tackles, 1 INT, 2-point conversion
Vincent DeCarlo, Mount Olive, XP 3-4
Flynn Brown, Mount Olive, 6 tackles
Dominick Hink, Mount Olive, 17 tackles, 1 sack
Ryan Hodgins, Mount Olive, 11 tackles
Myles Shelton, Mount Olive, 6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery
Zachary Huapayal, Hopatcong, 7 tackles
Joey Juliano, Hopatcong, 10 tackles
Bart Yarosz, Hopatcong, 12 tackles
Declan Minogue, Butler, XP 6-6
Sean Conley, Hanover Park, 4 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Dan Corcoran, Hanover Park, 9 tackles
Giancarlo Dellanno, Hanover Park, 7 tackles
Rory DeLuca, Hanover Park, 20 tackles
Michael Ferrone, Hanover Park, 12 tackles
Jimmy Fortier, Hanover Park, 12 tackles
Eric Magnifico, Hanover Park, 9 tackles, 1 sack
Eddie Schimminger, Hanover Park, 19 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Anthony Salvemini, Hanover Park, 1 fumble recovery
Michal Radomski, Hanover Park, XP 3-3
Isaac Zapata, Madison, XP 6-6
Grayson Sabo, High Point, XP 5-4
Francisco Arenas, Dover, 5 tackles, 1 INT
Jason Baun, Dover, 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 caused fumble
Wilson Sorto, Dover, 3 tackles, 1 sack
Deshea Wilfong, Dover, 11 tackles
Stevie Leyden, Lenape Valley, XP 5-6
Zachary Biango, Vernon, 4 tackles
Matt Rapisardi, Vernon, 6 tackles
Mike Stefkovich, Vernon, 4 tackles
Brandon Lavorini, Vernon, XP 3-3
Joe Chermak, Boonton, 7 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Chris Corporan, Boonton, 8 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Ty Dauti, Boonton, 8 tackles
Julien Kempf, Boonton, 10 tackles, 1 sack
Ryan Lourick, Boonton, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Vincenzo Ventricelli, Boonton, 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery
Amaro Anderson, Boonton, XP 3-3
Jad El Sahili, Boonton, XP 1-1
Alfred Boye-Codjoe, Wallkill Valley, 5 tackles
Gabe Hunnicutt, Wallkill Valley, 6 tackles
Chase Cramer, Newton, 1 tackle, 1 Pick-6
Scott Price, Newton, 11 tackles, 1 caused fumble, 1 INT
Jonathan VanNess, Newton, 7 tackles
Nicholas Giordano, Newton, XP 6-8
Tim Elefonte, Kinnelon, 5 tackles
Calvin Krippner, Kinnelon, 14 tackles, 1 2-point conversion
Seamus Nelson, Kinnelon, 7 tackles, 3 sacks
Chandler Boykins, Randolph, 2 tackles, 2.5 sacks
Anthony Fodali, Randolph, 3 tackles, 2 INTs
Eric Lubrano, Randolph, 2 tackles, 1 caused fumble
Sean Makovec, Randolph, 5 tackles
Ryan Mulligan, Randolph, 5 tackles
Nicholas Petruzzello, Randolph, 2 tackles, 2.5 sacks
Nick Zach, Randolph, XP 3-4, FG 2-2
Tyshon Bradley, Roxbury, 1 INT
Vincent Antoniello, Pope John, XP 2-2
PJ Wright, West Morris, 1 fumble recovery, 2 sacks
Matt Steen, West Morris, 1 INT
Erik Henwood, West Morris, 1 INT
Cormac Bradley, West Morris, XP 4-4
Devin Caruso, Morris Hills, 14 tackles, 1 sack
Dajon Chappell, Morris Hills, 9 tackles, 1 sack
Damian Gonzalez, Morris Hills, 4 tackles
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, 8 tackles
Mike Fleming, Jefferson, 7 tackles
Dan Glazewski, Jefferson, 2 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Jakob Jakova, Jefferson, 7 tackles
Alex Leming, Jefferson, 12 tackles, 1 forced fumble
Brandon Magnotta, Jefferson, 7 tackles, 1 INT
Aiden Sinisgalli, Jefferson, 8 tackles
Andrew Benfatti, Jefferson, XP 1-1, FG 1-1
Anthony Brocoletti, Sparta, XP 5-6
Cody Romano, Kittatinny, 11 tackles
Josh Klimek, Kittatinny, 7 tackles
Joe Andes, Hackettstown, 7 tackles
Jared Bernard, Hackettstown, 8 tackles
JJ Carrara, Hackettstown, 6 tackles
Kyle Connelly, Hackettstown, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Anthony Gonzalez, Hackettstown, 3 tackles, 1 sack
Christian Maciak, Hackettstown, 8 tackles
Zach Nesheiwat, Hackettstown, 7 tackles, 1 INT
Mike Newkirk, Hackettstown, 6 tackles
Dean Carlson, Whippany Park, 6 tackles, 1 sack
Jake Crane, Whippany Park, 10 tackles, 2 sacks
Nicholas Foglia, Whippany Park, 8 tackles, 1 sacks
Dylan Hayduk, Whippany Park, 10 tackles
Andrew Lake, Whippany Park, 7 tackles
Ryan Russo, Morristown-Beard, 7 tackles, 1 INT
Brian Worts, Morristown-Beard, 3 tackles, 1 sack

*Please know that some stats are updated by teams quicker than others. Scores & Top Performers will be updated accordingly.

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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