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Team Vitals

Head Coach: Don Morganroth
2018 Record: 0-9
Tenure: 4th season
Assistants: Dave D’Addozio, Anthony Egidio, Jeff Keating, Jason Isza, Ian Proctor, Robert Merle, Scott Schiller and Michael Delladone

State Section: North, Group 1

The Players

The Franchise Player(s): Junior RB/LB John Brulato.

The Core: Senior WR/DB Amari Johnson, senior WR Jake Woytas, senior QB/DB Christopher Deehan, senior OL/LB Michael Apicelli, senior WR/DB Tommy Adamiak, junior K/OL Kyle Berkowitz, junior RB/LB Nick Racz, junior RB Eric Kingston, sophomore QB/DB Hunter Morgenroth and sophomore OL/LB Cooper Dimmick.

Studs to Look Out For: Sophomore OL/DL Jake Dodson, sophomore OL/DL Aiden Melian, sophomore OL/LB Teddy Ciamillo and sophomore WR/LB Max Oswald.

The Skinny & Prediction

  • Whippany Park has a large talented group of sophomores.  In fact, the sophomore group has about 24 players versus the junior and senior classes which combine for 12 players.  The seniors and juniors are talented in their own right and will carry a lot of the load this year.  But there will be a lot of lower class-men filling in important roles.
  • Expect to see a lot of junior RB John Brulato as the featured back.  He’s a talented athlete and a durable player that can stay strong the whole season.
  • Coach Morganroth is one of three Morris-Sussex coaches who will be coaching his son this season (Hunter Morganroth is a sophomore QB/DB).  Parsippany coach Jason Hurta’s son Jared is a senior OL/LB for the Redhawks and Butler coach Jason Luciani’s son Jake is a senior LB for the Bulldogs.
  • With teams like Newton, Mt Lakes and Parsippany getting all the attention on their schedule, the Wildcats are coming into this season as the dark horse.  If they can catch opponents sleeping on them and get some early season wins, they could get good momentum when they have to face the heart of their schedule.
  • If Whippany Park gets to the postseason, it will be a great feat for this squad.  But with this young group coming up, don’t get too consumed with winning percentage.  That will come as this group gets used to playing on the varsity level.

Schedule

09-06 Ridgefield Park Whippany Park HS
09-13 @ Morris Catholic Morris Catholic HS
09-20 Newton Whippany Park HS
09-27 @ Boonton Boonton HS
10-04 Pequannock Whippany Park HS
10-11 @ Montville Montville HS
10-18 @ Mountain Lakes Wilkins Field
10-25 Parsippany Whippany Park HS
11-01 Kinnelon Whippany Park HS

Roster

# Last Name First Name WT HT Grade
1 Hunter Morgenroth 135 5’9 10
2 Nick Racz 170 5’11 11
3 Sincere Brown 155 5’7 11
4 Jordan Eaton 150 5’11 10
5 Davontae Larriuex 145 5’8 12
6 Dylan Yacat 140 5’10 11
8 David Farrel 155 6’0 9
10 Jarred Marcus 160 5’10 10
11 Brendan Quinn 145 5’10 10
13 Chris Feula 130 5’5 10
15 Christopher Deehan 150 5’10 12
16 Jake Gillespie 120 5’8 9
18 Christian Conte 120 5’0 9
19 Jake Woytas 155 6’0 12
20 AJ Erhardt 130 5’7 10
22 John Brulato 180 5’10 11
23 Eric Kingston 135 5’6 11
24 Matthew Bretz 170 5’10 10
25 Joseph Deccicio 150 5’9 11
26 Riley Barnet 120 5’7 9
28 Thomas Ung 130 5’5 10
40 Dylan Ditore 100 5’0 9
43 Michael Ciullo 105 5’7 9
44 Cameron Getsinger 125 5’7 9
45 Tommy Adamiak 160 5’10 12
50 Michael Apicelli 170 5’8 12
51 Teddy Ciamillo 150 5’6 10
52 Michael Cefolo 185 5’9 10
53 Robbie Ramundo 165 5’8 10
54 Christopher Krentz 150 5’11 10
55 Kyle Berkowitz 175 5’7 11
57 Andy Sieradzki 160 5’8 10
58 Nicholas Knauss 150 5’10 10
62 Giancarlo Durango 205 5’10 9
64 Christopher Berardino 140 5’6 9
67 Amari Johnson 295 6’3 12
70 Russel Menoni 145 5’6 9
72 Jake Honl 170 5’10 9
74 Ajani Dempster 9
75 Aiden Melian 250 5’8 10
76 Jake Dodson 230 6’1 10
78 Cooper Dimmick 170 5’9 10
80 Nick Keenan 130 5’7 9
88 Max Oswald 170 5’11 10

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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