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Every week Dan, Brian and George slug it out to predict the most football games correctly. Morris Sussex Sports has incentivized these three knuckleheads with a $200 pot to who ever picks the most correct games at the end of the season. Keep up with their progress every Thursday nights or Friday mornings when the 2017 Game Day Eateries Weekly Predictions come out. Looking for a place to eat on Game Days? Please dine at one of our Game Day Eateries!

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Dover (0-6) @ Boonton (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Dover is in search of their first win of the season but they won’t find it on the road as they head to Boonton. It’s been a tough season for the Tigers and this may not be the game where they capture their first win of 2017. The Bombers need the win to inch closer to .500 and keep their playoff hopes alive. PICK: Boonton 21-6
Brian Daniel: The Tigers’ woes continue. Boonton’s Cory Dempster finds the endzone twice this week after not scoring last week. PICK: Boots 34-12
George Muha: While Boonton does have momentum coming into this one, Dover is preparing for games like they are 6-0. I think the losing streak comes to a halt as their athletic junior QB Christian Acevedo rushes for 100-yards and throws for 70 more and linebacker Izzy Quiroz has 12 tackles and a turnover. It’s about time Dover joins the bus pic fun! PICK: Tigers 21-20

Hackettstown (4-2) @ Newton (6-0)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: One word for Newton, impressive. Especially their offense, as it has scored 40 plus points in each of their last four games. This has “Game of the Week” potential. You can’t look over Hackettstown. Their offense can put points on the board too. The Tigers snapped a 2-game losing skid last week but the Braves are at home and with an offense led by Luke Young and Jaiden Elliot, Newton remains undefeated in a high scoring affair. PICK: Newton 42-35
Brian Daniel: This will be a decent battle but Newton has their eyes on the prize (i.e. State) this year. Their home fans will not be disappointed as Chase Cramer scores three TDs this week. PICK: Newton 42-27
George Muha: Who are you Hackettstown? Taking down mighty Lenape Valley in Don’s house by two scores is insane. This is the biggest test to-date for Newton and definitely the best defense they’ve faced. However, I think Newton’s weapons of Cramer, Young and Elliott are going to be too tough to contain even for H-Town. PICK: Newtonians 24-14

Hanover Park (3-3) @ Kinnelon (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Hornets have been tested in their last two games taking on two high quality opponents in Pequannock and Mahwah. While they have come up on the wrong side of the scoreboard, Hanover Park will look to get back on the right side of .500 as they hit the road against Kinnelon. PICK: HP 28-7
Brian Daniel: The Hornets will end their losing streak this Friday. After having a rough time defending against the run last week they will hold Kinnelon to under 100-yards rushing this week. Look for Michael “Rads” Radomski and Anthony Salvemini to combine for 20 tackles and cause 2 turnovers on D for the Hornets. Rads, Sean Conely and Ryan “Grizz” Gryzmala will score at least once each for HP as well. PICK: HP 41-28
George Muha: I hope colleges are paying attention to what Michal Radomski is doing out there. He is definitely the most dynamic player in Morris-Sussex. The things this kid does offensively, defensively and on special teams is, well, special. Look for Kinnelon to struggle to have an answer for #1. PICK: HP 38-29

High Point (4-2) @ Vernon (0-6)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The next two games for High Point are crucial. This week vs Vernon and then next week against Parsippany. The Wildcats last game of the season, Sparta. This is a must win for HP. PICK: HP 28-7
Brian Daniel: High Point’s Chad Musilli had himself a game last week, earning POTW honors while racking up 5 TDs on the ground. I have a feeling he will be sitting most of the second half in this one after inflicting some damage early on. PICK: HP 33-10
George Muha: If I were Vernon I’d go buy up all of the Starburst candy from every convenient store within 10 miles of where High Point runningback Chad Musilli lives. Getting this guy out of his routine of eating a whole bag of them (which is gross, by the way) is worth a shot. Sugar rush or not, I think Musilli will be good for 125-yards and three TDs for the win. PICK: HP 35-21

Hopatcong (0-6) @ Wallkill Valley (1-5)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Both teams are struggling this season. An opportunity for one to get their first win of the season and the other to get some momentum and potentially finish the season on a positive. PICK: Wallkill Valley 14-0
Brian Daniel: I’m kind of surprised the ‘Cong hasn’t won yet this year, I think they are better than that. The same could be said for the Valley to be honest. I think the ‘Cong finally pulls one out, look for Roger “Reggie” White and Anthony Mastroeni to combine for 15 tackles and 2 sacks and it will be the ‘Cong’s D that wins this one. PICK: ‘Cong 14-7
George Muha: While DaCong struggle to find their first win of the season, Wallkill’s Dylan Harlos are looking to give their home fans something to cheer about.  I predict this one will be one of the most exciting games of the weekend in Morris-Sussex.  PICK: Wallkill 29-27

Pequannock (6-0) Montville (1-5)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Don’t look too far ahead Panthers. Yes, you’re 6-0 but still plenty of season left. There is a target on your back…don’t get caught looking. Pequannock’s Sean Klimek is a force to be reckoned with (268 yds, 2TDs last week). Good luck to the ‘Stangs defense, all you can do is hope to contain ‘Big Sean. PICK: Pequannock 35-7
Brian Daniel: Pequannock is no joke this year. They know what’s up and they want to be playing for State. Dave Jachera and Sean Klimek lead this offense and it’s pretty potent. Look for 4 combined touchdowns out of those two as the ‘Quan rolls. PICK: Pequannock 49-14
George Muha: Montville is going to come up and bite someone soon. Quarterback Mike Burke and company are more than capable of putting up a points. Although, I think the hometown fans will be forced to watch the latest episode of The Sean Klimek Show. Which honestly, is a treat even for opposing fans. PICK: Quan 40-19

Imm. Concept. (2-4) @ Morris Catholic (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Immaculate Conception has had a tougher schedule than the Crusaders and while they are on the road in this one, I think they sneak away with the win. PICK: IC 17-10
Brian Daniel: I give Morris Catholic the edge at home in this one. Look for MC’s Domenick Castelano to record two sacks and cause a fumble in a defensive battle. PICK: MC 13-7
George Muha: Morris Catholic will win because of their stellar runningback Darrell “Johnston” Sellers and leading tackler Anthony “Forged in Steel” Forgione, sack leader Joey “Bag-o-Donuts” Riotto and interception leader Jimmy “I can see fine” Blind. PICK: Crusaders 31-21

Mount Olive (5-1) @ Roxbury (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Roxbury NEEDED that win against Morris Knolls two weeks ago. We knew Sparta was going to be a tough team to beat, and now it does not get any easier for the Gaels. Mt. Olive this week, then on the road against rival Randolph and finishing the season against one of the top teams in the county, West Morris. As much as the Gaels need a win, the Marauders and their super powered offense comes to town and hand the Gaels another ‘L’. PICK: MO 35-21
Brian Daniel: Roxbury is having an off year this year and Mount Olive has turned things around. Look for the Mount to win this one handily, with Dylan Meyer and Liam Anderson combining for twenty-something tackles and a pick or two. PICK: Mt. Olive 34-16
George Muha: This is basically a playoff game for Roxbury. If they win the next two, they could likely get in. Don’t think for a second that Roxbury’s “Mr. All Everything” Michael Roumes won’t be trying to make that happen. However, I am predicting Mount Olive stud defenders Ed Mastrodonenico and Corey Weiss will combine for 18 tackles and a defensive touchdown in a Marauders win. PICK: Mount Olive 42-29

Caldwell (5-1) @ Mountain Lakes (5-1)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Hey Caldwell, if you are going to beat Mountain Lakes your best bet is to do it in regulation. The Herd is 2-0 in the extra frame with their most recent OT win against Whippany Park. Winning a game on the Herd’s turf is not an easy task and while the Chiefs are on a 2-game win streak, it’s going to get snapped. PICK: ML 28-21
Brian Daniel: Wow, this is going to be a heck of a game. Caldwell is no joke, and Lakes is coming off a huge win at Whippany Park. I think I’m going with the Lakes, but only because my buddy Rags is preaching to me about how good they are. Jack Baker “The TD Maker” gets it done in the fourth quarter, scrambling for a TD to win the game. PICK: The Herd 21-14
George Muha: Mountain Lakes has shown they are a real contender in the North 2, Group 2 playoff section as many of their regular season opponents are also sectional foes they will likely face in the postseason. Caldwell is another team that they will have to face on their way to NJSIAA infamy. Look for Herd defenders Mission “Impossible” Kercher and Frank “The Tank” Patracuolla to combine for 15 tackles and two turnovers and kicker Drew “Money” Brenfleck to put a 30-yarder through the uprights in a home town win. PICK: Herd 24-21

Belvidere (4-2) @ North Warren (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: I think I found my new favorite mascot and it comes from Belvidere. The County Seaters! I would love to hear the history behind that one. That is NOT the reason why I am picking them to beat North Warren. Belvidere plays in a tough conference in the Mid-State 38 so North Warren will have their hands full. PICK: Belvidere 35-10
Brian Daniel: Belvidere has been playing well this year, and while North Warren will put up a heck of a fight I think the Belviderians win this one. PICK: Belvidere 20-14
George Muha: This is a playoff game for NWR and defenders Joey Toribio, Luke Van Horn and Ryan Durling will do an excellent job trying to fend off the County Seaters (yes, that is their name). I think the Pats will keep it a one-score game but Mr. Belvidere will be driving home the victors. PICK: Mr. Belvidere 34-30

Whippany Park (5-1) @ Parsippany (0-6)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Whippany Park is coming off of a tough overtime loss to Mountain Lakes. Watch out Parsippany, the Wildcats are looking to get back on track. PICK: HP 35-0
Brian Daniel: Whippany Park is angry after losing in OT last week, and unfortunately for Parsippany they are going to come up fired up on Friday night. Luke Papa bounces back and accounts for 250 total yards and 3 TDs. PICK: WP 32-6
George Muha: I don’t care what the score of this game will be, or what the Redhawks record is going to be at the end of this season. Parsippany coach Jason Hurta is doing an amazing job with the entire program from the peewee league all the way up. Will his Redhawks shut down Whippany’s gutsy receiver Matty Wong or be able to contain their 6-2, 275-pound lineman Anthony “The Refrigerator” Auriemma? Maybe not. But in a season or two, Hurta’s hard work will pay off in the form of winning. PICK: WP 38-17

Randolph (3-3) @ Columbia (0-6)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Rams are looking to string two wins together and hit the road to take on a Columbia team that is struggling. Randolph needs to get this win as their next two games, Roxbury and Mt. Olive will be a lot more challenging. PICK: Randolph 17-6
Brian Daniel: The Rams won last week and look to continue their winning ways this week. They will. Look for Suarez-to-Nick Wolmart at least twice in this one for Randolph scores. PICK: Rams 27-12
George Muha: Randolph defensive lineman Big Daddy Boykins will be breaking out a special flavor of BBQ sauce he’ll be dousing on this week’s opposing QB as Columbia can expect #55 to have at least three sacks. Look for fellow Ram defensive tackle Alex “Mayo” Heilman to tie on his lobster bib to feast on some of Boykins’ scraps in the form of three of his own tackles behind the line of scrimmage. PICK: Rams 32-9

Sparta (6-0) @ West Morris (4-2)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: This is another game of the week candidate. While the Wolfpack are at home, the Spartans are just rolling through the competition. Their lowest offensive performance of the season is 34 points. There is no sign of them slowing down. PICK: Sparta 45-28
Brian Daniel: This game is going to be exciting, to say the least. West Morris is tough at home and Sparta, is, well, Sparta. They are like the Patriots of this league. Anthony Broccoletti was off the chain last week with over 250-yards passing to go with three scores. This week he will run and throw for TDs and his buddy Ken “KO” Oelkers will reel in two TD passes. PICK: Spartans 34-26
George Muha: If you are not familiar, let me get you up to speed about West Morris. It doesn’t matter what your record is or what kind of numbers you are putting up. All that has to go out the window. Ask Mount Olive. They were punching teams out in the first quarter and they play WMC on their home field and the Wolfpack suffocated them by dishing them a 21-7 loss…and they didn’t even have their best defender in Rourke Colligan. Now, let’s talk about WMC’s home field. First of all, it won’t matter if it is 79 degrees and sunny all day. At night it will be foggy, wet and cold. Look, I know Sparta hasn’t had their starters play a full game because of the way they are romping on teams. Trust me, I get it. But West Morris is not like other opponents. These guys go full contact every single day…even on pregame days when everyone else is in just helmets. I think Sparta will win but do not place a bet giving any more than 2.5 points. PICK: Spartans 19-17

Sussex Tech (1-5) @ Tenafly (1-5)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Tech needs a win. Look for them to get it as they hit the road to Bergen County against the Tigers. PICK: 21-10
Brian Daniel: I flipped a coin for this one because I can’t really figure out who is going to win. Tenafly is at home, Sussex Tech is having a tough year. Look for ST’s Joey Martinez to score a TD on the ground in this one, which will come down to the wire. PICK: ST 13-10
George Muha: Sussex Tech QB Tyler Crum rallies his Mustangs for a big away victory. Look for Sussex Tech linebacker Richie Hofmann to have at least 15 tackles. PICK: Sussex Tech 33-20

Saturday Afternoon Delights

Butler (3-3) @ Verona (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Watch out everyone, the Bulldogs are on a 2-game win streak and seem to of found their offensive groove. Look for this trend to continue against Verona. Make it three in a row for Butler. PICK: Butler 28-7
Brian Daniel: Verona is tough at home as it is a big football town. That being said, Butler has a lot of momentum coming off a big win against Parsippany last week. I think that confidence carries over to this Saturday and they win again. Evan Smith will throw for another 200-yards and a couple scores in this one for Butler. PICK: Butler 35-27
George Muha: Evan Smith and Declan Minogue account for 20 of Butlers 32 points in a big away win for the Bulldogs as they start to fight for their playoff lives. PICK: 32-20

Nutley (3-3) @ Chatham (1-5)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Lose three, win three. I am sure that is not the way that the Raiders drew it up this season but that is how their season has been. Better to be on a three game win streak at this point of the season and taking on Chatham, Nutley will make it four in a row. PICK: Nutley 35-7
Brian Daniel: Chatham plays tough at home but it’s going to Nutley in this one. Sean Goodman will record two sacks in this one for the Cougars. PICK: Nutley 28-13
George Muha: If I were Coach Isza I’d run over to Game Day Eatery sponsor Pascarella Brothers on Watchung Ave and grab former Cougar player Gino Pascarella (late 80s) and give him a few handoffs up the middle. I’m sure the guy still has his old jersey. Then after the game, win or lose, I bet you he and his brother Anthony would host a post game reception at the deli. Honestly, every time I think about that place I start salivating. PICK: Chatham 24-21 (Gino has 80-yards and 1 TD rushing – Let’s go Cougars, you got this!!!)

Delbarton (0-6) @ Hudson Catholic (4-2)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: It is so bizarre to see 0-6 next to Delbarton. I think the Green Wave get their first win of the season as they hit the road and make the long trip to Hudson County to take on Hudson Catholic. PICK: Delby 21-20
Brian Daniel: I think I have picked the Green Wave to win pretty much every week? And I have been wrong constantly. I have to go with Hudson Catholic in this one, and maybe Delby will win it. Lukas Ungar scores for Delbarton in another tough loss. PICK: HC 30-14
George Muha: I am not giving up on the Green Wave in the least. I think it all comes together as Delbarton QB Miles Linew throws for 250-yards and three TDs. PICK: Delby 24-10

Jefferson (4-2) @ Morris Hills (5-1)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: For Saturday, this is my “Game of the Week-end”! A great test in Jefferson comes to town as they take on a Morris Hills team, whose only loss is to Sparta. I like this Hills team and I think they bounce back on their home turf. PICK: Hills 35-17
Brian Daniel: This is going to be a fantastic game. J-Town’s biggest challenge will be stopping Angelo Macera and Sam Valerio from running all over them. While I think Jefferson’s Batelli, Benfatti, D’Alessio, Drake, Fleming, Miller, Wagoner and Randzio will be tackling them early and often, the Hills will somehow find a way to score and keep the lead in this one. PICK: Hills 14-7
George Muha: Morris Hills Angelo Macera has been hot commodity in fantasy leagues all over the place in recent weeks. Look for the big man to continue his productive ways in a home town win. PICK: MoHills 40-24

Lenape Valley (4-2) @ Kittatinny (3-3)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Lenape Valley had a three game winning streak snapped last week so look for them to bounce back on the road against the Cougars. PICK: LV 22-10
Brian Daniel: Zach Mafaro will run for over 130 yards and two scores for the Kits but in the end the Valley’s Troy Dupont will end a time-consuming drive with a TD for the win. PICK: Valley 27-21
George Muha: You have to love what the Mafaro brothers are doing in Kittatinny! However, I don’t know how you stop Lenape Valley’s two linemen who combine for 550-pounds in Rocco Bonavolonta and Billy Ernst as they steamroll at you. PICK: LV 33-21

Newark Central (2-4) @ Madison (2-3)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Dodgers may be the best 2-3 team in Morris/Sussex. Madison can not take this is as a gimmie game and must treat this as a must win. They can not afford to drop to two games under .500. PICK: Madison 28-10
Brian Daniel: What’s up with Madison these days? I think they still have a shot to make it to the playoffs and they will start that comeback this week. Look for Matty Mulcahy to run for 3 scores and over 150-yards in the win. PICK: Dodgers 35-17
George Muha: I wouldn’t be worrying if I were Dodger Nation as Madison still has three games that count toward their playoff birth. Look for Dodger QB Ryan Schmitz to go off for 200-yards rushing and throwing and three TDs in a home victory. PICK: Dodgers 28-10

Indian Hills (1-5) @ Mendham (1-5)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Minutemen welcome their visitors from Bergen County and will capture their second win of the season. PICK: 14-10
Brian Daniel: This is another coin flip. I hate to say it came up Indian Hills. So I flipped it again. Indian Hills. So I flipped it one more time and it came up Mendham. So I’m picking Mendham. Joey Scotti will score twice in this one. PICK: Mendham 21-13
George Muha: I predict this is the coming out party for Mendham’s sophomore QB Logan Clouse as he goes mutant for 300-yards between rushing and throwing. Murphy and Scotti will also have big games as they’ll be on the receiving end of Clouse’s production. PICK: Minutemen 40-30

Millburn (1-4) @ Morris Knolls (4-2)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Watch out, after dropping their first two games of the season, the Golden Eagles are on a four-game winning streak. They welcome a struggling Millburn team to the Eagles Nest and will look to extend that win streak to 5 games. PICK: Knolls 30-19
Brian Daniel: Derek Ferguson was on my fantasy team last week so I dominated! Look for him to score twice in a big win for Knolls against Millburn. PICK: Knolls 39-21
George Muha: Morris Knoll’s is the hottest team in Morris-Sussex right now. Look for Johnny “On the spot” VanLenten and Derek “Carr” Ferguson to make fast work of the visiting Millburnians. PICK: Knolls 44-22

Livingston (3-3) @ Morristown (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Lancer offense is alive and well as they have put up 66-points in their last two games. The Livingston stock is trending up and they’ll look to stay in that direction as they hit the road to Mo-town. PICK: Livingston 28-17
Brian Daniel: This one is tough one to call, because I have faith in Motown. I think Morristown’s Mr. King is going to be in contention for POTW honors next week (for the second time this season) after this game. PICK: Morristown 26-20
George Muha: Last week was a tough loss but I am not disenchanted with Motown one bit. I whole heartily believe that no one has an answer for “Uncle” Drew Chilson up the middle for twenty times, and Jah’mil “It’s good to be the” King around the for another twenty times. PICK: Motown 34-30

Morristown-Beard (3-2) @ Pingry (3-3)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: The Beards will look to get back on track after a tough road loss to Hackley but Pingry wants to get over the .500 mark. Look for the Big Blue to get a big win. PICK: Pingry 17-14
Brian Daniel: I like the Beard this week. Look for Tahj Valentine to run for a score and maybe throw a pass on a pitch play. Is that in the playbook? Why not? Kid can do anything (having a solid O-Line helps as well!) PICK: Beard 22-17
George Muha: I predict MoBeard QB Declan Kelly goes off for 100-yard rushing and 100-yards passing with three TDs. He’s just totally due. No way the Beards drop this one, as they continue to control their playoff lives. PICK: Beards 44-39

Par Hills (5-1) @ Orange (2-4)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: If you have been reading my picks from day one, you know I am all or nothing with this Par Hills team. Vikings are starting to reserve seats for the bus to MetLife. PICK: Par Hills 42-7
Brian Daniel: The Hills will dominate in this one. EJ Comerford will be all over the field on defense, recording 15 tackles and a sack, and Nicky V will do his thing on offense, accounting for at least three scores on the ground and in the air. PICK: The Hills 34-13
George Muha: While beating Par Hills will bring a windfall of Power Points for Orange, I don’t see that happening. Instead, they’ll be trying to catch their breath from the Vinnie Bianchi sandwich that’s coming their way. PICK Par Hills 40-29

Pope John (5-1) @ Bergen Catholic (4-2)

Dan Exter for Layups 4 Life: Pope John gave St. Joe’s a challenge last week and that says a lot about the Lions, especially since they were on the road. BC is on a three-game win streak and those wins are against Paramus Catholic, St. Joe’s and St. Peter’s Prep. Nunzio Campanile has his Crusaders playing a different brand of football and with Greg Toal as the defensive mastermind, this game could bring the Lions back down to earth. PICK: BC 38-17
Brian Daniel: I would say this is the Game of the Week. Bergen Catholic is a powerhouse, and Pope John is coming off a tough loss last week. I think the Johnnies use that loss to motivate themselves and they are going to dominate this Saturday. Look for PJ’s Nick DeNucci to record 20 tackles and at least one sack in this one. PICK: PJ 33-24
George Muha: Berrell Neal, Nick DeNucci, Ryan Greenhagen and Ty Hranicka have been starting since sophomore year for Pope John. I honestly marvel at that. I literally wasn’t really capable of playing high school football at a high level until I was about 25-years old. These guys, and frankly the rest of this team are just athletic specimens. So are BC’s players too, I know. But PJ has been waiting for a game to put them on the map and I predict it will be this one at Bergen Catholic’s house! PICK: PJ 32-28

How We Did Last Week

Dan 18-4 (81.81%)
Brian 14-8 (63.63%)
George 13-9 (59.04%)

How We’re Doing So Far

Dan 107-35 (75.33%)
Brian 97-45 (68.30%)
George 108-34 (76.05%)

About the Predictors

Dan Exter spent eight years as a producer for MSG Varsity and is the founder and director of Layups 4 Life, a non-for-profit that uses a wildly popular 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise money for cancer research.

Dan Exter is a Roxbury HS alumni that spent eight years as a producer for MSG Varsity and is the founder and director of Layups 4 Life, a non-for-profit that uses a wildly popular 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise money for cancer research. Have an opinion about Dan’s picks? Tell him what you think via his Twitter handles: @d_exter15 and @Layups4Life

Brian Kenney

Brian Daniel is a Hanover Park alumni who really has nothing to do with high school sports. But he’s George Muha’s oldest friend and frequent crasher of his couch so George feels obligated to give him something to do. Have an opinion about Brian’s picks? Tell him what you think via his Twitter handle: @bdk29

George Muha is a Hanover Park alumni who has been covering high school football for nine years. George is the founder of MSS and is also on the board of the Greater Morris Chapter of the National Football Foundation.

George Muha is a Hanover Park alumni who has been covering high school football for ten years. George is the founder of MSS and proud board member of the Greater Morris Chapter of the National Football Foundation. Have an opinion about George’s picks? Tell him what you think via his twitter handle: @UnrulyFan


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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