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North Arlington (0-1) @ Butler (2-0)
Ryan Sudol: Evan Smith…that is all I have to say. PICK:  Butler 56-0
Brian Kenney: Butler is on a tear, and North Arlington is visiting the Bulldogs at the wrong time. Look for the Smith to Jason Polons to connect for two scores in this one as the ‘Dogs dominate. PICK: Butler 48-15
George Muha: I tried to buy a Evan Smith jersey at Dick’s this week but they were sold out. Fortunately there was one Jason Polons jersey left so I am wearing that one to the game. Butler will continue to unleash holy heck. PICK: Bulldogs 40-12

West Milford (1-1) @ Montville (2-0)
Ryan Sudol: Mike Burke is fast becoming a top candidate for All-MSS Player of the Year. He’s responsible for 4 out of the Mustangs’ 6 TDs so far this year and has 600 yards of total offense. There is simply no stopping him and his other playmakers like Regan and Martinelli from sending the Highlanders for higher ground. PICK:  Montville 34-10
Brian Kenney: Mike Burke and the ‘Stangs didn’t mess around last week, shutting out a decent Kinnelon squad. This week they face a tougher test, but the stampede will be on. Look for Burke to connect with his boys Colin Regan and “Peewee” Reese Martinelli for a score each as Montville wins a close one. PICK: Montville 27-20
George Muha: When I was a sophomore at Hanover Park back in the olden days we went 4-0 and were un-scored upon. We went on to go 11-0 and won state that year.  Currently Montville is 2-0 and un-scored upon. I think their defense continues the trend. Let’s see if they can tie or beat my sophomore team’s streak. PICK: ‘Stangs 25-0

Passaic Valley (2-0) vs Parsippany (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: Gosh, Parsippany. The preseason favorites in their division have simply been dealt a bad hand. The injury to their starting QB didn’t help matters to begin with, but then they couldn’t put up a single point vs. Kinnelon on opening night. After a cakewalk vs. Hopatcong last week, this is their first real test of the year. Nana Agyemang and company will try their best to shock the Hornets on the road, but this is just going to be another bump in the road. Here’s to hoping they prove me wrong and kick butt. PICK:  PV 28-7
Brian Kenney: My one piece of advice for the Redhawks, don’t kick the ball in any way, shape or form to the Valley’s Brandon Timothy. Dude ran back a kick and a punt last week for touchdowns. That being said, how about James Riedlinger, accounting for four touchdowns for Parsippany last week as they rolled Hopatcong? It’s going to be a battle until the end, but I think the Valley pulls this one out when BT finds the endzone in the fourth quarter. PICK: Valley 21-20
George Muha: I am telling you, this is Parsippany’s year. This just won’t be Parsippany’s game. PV is rolling and while the Redbirds will give them something to worry about. It will be the Hornets that come away with the dub. PICK: PV 24-21

Vernon (1-1) vs Morris Hills (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: Morris Hills is mad and I mean MAAAD. They lost last week to their arch rivals across Rt. 46 by one measly point! If I know anything about my former gym teacher Mike Sabo, it’s that he does not take losses against Knolls sitting down. The Knights are going to let out their pent-up aggression by running all over the Vikings with their Earth (Busel), Wind (Dawson), and Fire (Rex) backfield. Plus, it’s MH’s annual home night game, so that adds a couple more scores to this one. PICK:  Morris Hills 38-17
Brian Kenney: Vernon won a great game last week and has a ton of confidence going into the Hills on Friday, but I think Hills’ chip on their shoulder from losing to cross-town rival Knolls last week will, along with the hometown fans, spurn Hills to victory. Zack Weschak will throw for a couple scores for Vernon but in the end Charlie Rex “the offense” (get it, he wrecks the offense? Bit of a stretch but it’s been a long week at my other job.) will record a baker’s dozen worth of tackles and force at least one turnover during a sack or a tackle for a loss and the Knights will pull it out. PICK: Hills 16-14
George Muha: I love the energy coming out of Viking Nation. I am telling you, Coach Down is building a Program and in just his second year you can feel it happening. MoHills is a buzz saw and they will win. But keep an eye out for the V-Dogs. PICK: Red Knights 34-19

Wallkill Valley (2-0) vs Kinnelon (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: Coming off of their last minute win vs. Kitt last week, the Rangers are ready to take care of business once again. Both teams have great defenses, but the boys in the trenches for WV will help them prevail in this one, them along with “The Master of the Universe” Alex Mastroianni. Expect him to go for over 200 yards of total offense in this one. PICK:  Wallkill Valley 21-3
Brian Kenney: Ben Mizeski was on a mission last week for the Valley on both sides of the ball. His two picks helped beat a good Kittatinny team and rumor has it the Valley wants to beat every team that starts with a K. This will go to final seconds but the Valley escapes with a W. PICK: Valley 33-30
George Muha: I can see this being a trap game for Wallkill. While I think they might find themselves on their heels, I see them settle in the second half behind fullback Ryan “Ted” Nugent. PICK: WV 38-21

North Warren (1-1) vs High Point (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: After two rough (and close) losses to start the season, Travis Tallamy and the Cats are looking for their first victims. Enter: North Warren. Watch out for Tallamy to run for 3 TDs and over 100 yards to help bring High Point a dub. PICK:  High Point 34-17
Brian Kenney: High Point has had a rough go so far, but they played well last week and Alex Buchwald will find the endzone at least twice this week for the Wildcats. North Warren, coming off a drubbing of Dover, has a lot of confidence going into this one, making it a barn burner for sure. PICK: HP 14-8
George Muha: High Point is hungry for a win and they will get it in this one. Travis Tallamy will have two rushing TDs in the dub. PICK: HP 33-21

Parsippany Hills (2-0) vs Roxbury (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: A certain website believes that Par Hills is the best public team in Morris-Sussex, and it’s so hard to disagree with that. JD Breslauer is slowly becoming the best pocket QB in the area, EJ Comerford is ELITE, and their defense is more-than-solid. That’s all a HS team can ask for. Watch all parties continue their success against the Gaels. PICK:  Par Hills 30-3
Brian Kenney: Last year the Hills shut Roxbury out, and the Gaels haven’t forgotten that. I think Lucas Spitzer will find the endzone for Roxbury this week, but the only way Roxbury has a shot is to get to Hills’ QB JD Breslauer, which is what River Dell did last week, sacking him and rushing him into some tough throws. But we are talking about JD here, this kid has been through it all after four years, and he will shake off last week and throw for at least 250 and 3 TDs in this one. PICK: Hills 42-17
George Muha: Par Hills is too hot to handle for the Gaels. Look for JD Breslauer and his offense to combine for 6 touchdowns offensively. PICK: 42-21

Morris Catholic (1-1) @ Pequannock (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: We did this game last year for a broadcast and Pequannock ran away with it late. I see Pequannock running away with it this year, too, but in less convincing fashion. Morris Catholic QB Jeff Chaplain put on a clinic against Whippany Park last week and will be a factor here, but Pequannock is not Whippany Park. They have the talent to match that of the Crusaders in the form of Giovanni Cancro, Dave Jachimski, and Nick Brizek. Perhaps one of those three will score the game winning touchdown late for two straight dramatic wins! PICK:  Pequannock 27-21
Brian Kenney: The ‘Quan won a close game last week and is still riding home going into their home matchup against a tough Morris Catholic team who just beat Whippany Park. How about the ‘Quan’s Konnor Dara, who had two picks, a touchdown, and kicked the game winning field goal last week? What can’t he do? I heard he also directs the band and refills the water at halftime. This game could come down to another field goal, and this is one game where both squads have strong kicking games, as Naim Redding was perfect on six extra points last week. But forget about kicking, this Redding guy caught 5 passes from QB Jeff Chaplin and 3 of them were touchdowns! Did I mention Jeff “Padre” Chaplin threw for over 340 yards and 6 TDs last week? This one is too close to call, but I need to get it right because my prediction percentages have been ROUGH this year so far. PICK: MC 34-31
George Muha: How about Quan’s Konnor Dara! This kid is a stud. I heard super Pequannock fan Mr. Gallo even bought a Dara jersey this week.  He’s going to have fun playing center field against the pass happy Crusaders. But I just think Jeff Chaplin is too nifty of a QB to allow Dara to pick him off. PICK: Morris Catholic 30-21

Morris Knolls (1-0) vs Randolph (2-0)
Ryan Sudol: Two rivalry games in a row for the Golden Eagles! They pulled off the thriller vs. Hills last week, but can they do it again? Not so fast, my friend! Randolph is at the top of their game with Jimmy Pepe leading the charge with 6 TDs by himself! This game won’t be a blowout, as Knolls always plays hard in games like this, but there is no stopping the RAMpage in their home opener. PICK:  Randolph 28-14
Brian Kenney: Randolph is facing their first real challenge of the season when they battle Knolls this week. I think the hometown crowd and another great performance from Justin Townsend is going to be the difference for the Rams in this one. PICK: Rams 20-16
George Muha: Whoa, this game is going to be lit! Morris Knolls lineman Chris Tavarone is going to be a mouthful for the Rams. But Jimmy Pepe has fire coming out of his cleats and there is just no stopping him. PICK: Randolph 35-33

Morristown (1-0) Mendham (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: OK, the good news in this one for Mendham is that they will score. Even better, they will make it a game! However, I say that the Minutemen’s struggles will continue here as they fall to a Morristown team who is looking to avenge last week’s blowout loss to Randolph. QB Jackson Willette did throw for almost 300 yards in that game, though! He’ll put up a similar performance, but this time it will lead to a win. PICK:  Morristown 27-17
Brian Kenney: Morristown had a rough week last week, while at the same time Mendham hasn’t gotten on the board the first games of the season. Things can only get better for both sides, as Mendham will get in the endzone a couple of times, thanks to Gage Armijo connecting with Colby “Jack” Morales for at least one touchdown. I give the edge to Morristown at home though, as Jack Woodworth will make a big stop on a blitz in the fourth quarter to seal it. PICK: Motown 16-15
George Muha: I have Motown receiver Jason Jones on my fantasy team and love him in this matchup. Look for him to have 150-yards and 2 TDs receiving in the win. PICK: Motown 28-10

Mountain Lakes (2-0) @ Mahwah (0-1)
Ryan Sudol: Mountain Lakes is such a dark horse this year. They are completely locked in this year to return to the success they had earlier in the 2010s, and they’re looking to really prove it against Mahwah. They lost against the Thunderbirds in 2OT last season, but it’ll take only 4Q for the Herd to avenge the loss. RB Wesley Dunn has run for over 200 yds each game thus far, so why would he stop now? His personal streak should continue en route to a statement win. PICK:  Mountain Lakes 31-20
Brian Kenney: The Lakes’ fans are beyond exciting with their start to this season. I don’t think Mahwah will slow them down much, even on the road. Wesley Dunn will continue to do his thing, rushing for another 200-plus yards and a couple of scores, while the HERD’s defense keeps Mahwah in check. PICK: Lakes 42-14
George Muha: Who knew Wesley “Warrick” Dunn would be such a fantasy juggernaut? Look for the senior stud to continue to reward fantasy owners with at least 225-yards and 3 TDs rushing. PICK: HERD 40-28

Newton (0-2) @ Whippany Park (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: Newton is so hungry for a win, and they are primed to get one this week. After a shutout loss to Lenape and a last-second loss against Pequannock last week, Newton is ready to make up for lost time against a struggling Whippany Park squad. I see Jack Young being responsible for at least 5 TDs in this one. PICK:  Newton 40-3
Brian Kenney: Newton has battled in both games, and is better than 0-2 record. They will prove that against another team that is improving every week in Whippany Park. Look for Newton’s Jack Young to have another stellar performance this week, throwing and running all night long while accounting for at least 3 scores as the Braves win a close one. PICK: Newton 26-20
George Muha: Newton’s Julian Sibblies is hungry for that first win and look for him to will it for the Braves on the road. PICK: Newton 30-10

Pope John (0-3) @ Livingston (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: A rare public vs. private matchup here! Better yet, it should be an entertaining affair! Livingston is much better than their record says and have one heck of a RB in Brian Russo. However, Pope John will keep being Pope John. Mike DeNucci will record 10 tackles and Peter Delaportas will toss a clinic for PJ’s first win of the year. PICK:  Pope John 31-20
Brian Kenney: Pope John played in Met Life Stadium last week, which must have been pretty cool. Although if you asked the players, losing a regular season game in a nice stadium doesn’t make up for the fact that they lost. The Johnnies are better than their record and they will finally get a W this week. Sophomore Peter Delaportas is gaining more experience every day, and that only benefits Pope John. He will connect with Connor Milks and Omari Hutchinson again in this one for scores as they win big on the road. PICK: PJ 34-13
George Muha: Livingston’s Anthony Barbella is a gamer that will give the Johnnie’s a headache. But look for PJ to get that elusive win on the road. PICK: PJ 35-28

Sparta (1-1) @ West Morris (2-0)
Ryan Sudol: If this game isn’t an instant classic, fans from both sides should demand a refund! SO many players to talk about from each side on both sides of the ball. As for who will be the X-Factors, expect them to be the Spartans’ new ringer freshman QB Austen Frattura and his RB Austin Castorina. Frattura showed out vs. Roxbury last week, and I see him proving he’s no one game wonder. Castorina will work his usual magic and maybe even score a last minute TD to give the Spartans the HUGE road win over the Pack, avenging their loss in the Valley back in ‘17. PICK:  Sparta 28-27
Brian Kenney: Wow, West Morris has shut out their opponents and scored a ton in both victories. Sparta is Sparta though, right? I don’t know. This is going to be a fantastic game. The Austin/Austen Brothers will account for another 500 yards of offense and 3 scores between them but West Morris’s Jack DiPietro will account for 200 yards of offense alone. The Pack’s Adam Smith will also rush for a buck twenty in this offensive showdown. I will tell you one thing, this could be another HP/Cedar Grove type game. In the end, I think the Wolf Pack’s defense will make a final stand that wins the game. PICK: WM 49-42
George Muha: West Morris is a team with some dudes on it. Jack DiPietro is a man and Adam Smith has been playing great football. Look for Ryan Schilling to receive at TD late in the game to put it out of reach for the Spartans. PICK: WMC 34-30

Lakeland (1-1) @ Lenape Valley (2-0)
Ryan Sudol: Here’s a sleeper pick for the best game this week! Lenape Valley is officially back from the dead and now finally have their first test of the year to prove it. However, I think the Pats are going to have to wait. The Lancers have this RB named Josh Paduani who scored 5 total TDs in their opener vs. Ramsey. They did lose 28-7 vs. Passaic Valley last week, but I say they bounce back and pull off the road upset vs. LV. Watch this game to come down to the final seconds! PICK:  Lakeland 23-20
Brian Kenney: The Bankers are back! Look out! They beat the Valley two years in a row and are looking to make it a third. But the Valley is off to a good start and I think that they can pull it out in a close one. Look for the Valley’s Nick Molinari and Gavin Coles to score in this one. PICK: LV 25-21
George Muha: I predicted LV was going to roll this season and so far I am correct. I see Nick “The Red Devil” Molinari to rush for 200+ yards and 3 TDs in the win. PICK: Pats 30-28

Madison (0-1) vs Hackettstown (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: Madison is so underrated. After a couple lackluster seasons, they almost beat a fantastic Mountain Lakes team in their 2019 opener. This will be the game that the Dodgers really show what they’re made of. Their potent offense will show their stripes against the Tigers. I got Jack O’Hearan throwing for 3 scores in this one. PICK:  Madison 38-28
Brian Kenney: The Dodgers have beaten H-Town several years in a row. This year won’t be different. Jack O’Hearen accounted for 4 scores last week, and will add at least three more this week for Madison. Look for Zack Jastrzebski to run for a couple of scores for the Tigers as they battle until the end. PICK: Madison 28-24
George Muha: Look for Jack O’Hearen to throw for three TDs as Madison bounces back after a tough loss to Mt Lakes. PICK: Madison 24-14

Hopatcong (1-1) @ Kittatinny (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: Just like MoHills, Kittatinny is fuming after a last minute loss vs. their rival team, in this case Wallkill Valley. Hopatcong is the perfect opponent for the ‘Cougs to let out their anger on. Watch Jacob Mafaro run for almost 200 yards in this one and maybe even throw for a TD on those RB passes they like to run. PICK:  Kittatinny 45-14
Brian Kenney: The Kitts lost a tough last week, and are looking to rebound before their hometown fans. The ‘Cong won’t be a pushover though, and will battle until the final seconds. That being said, the Kitts have too many weapons, and Austin Seames will do what he does on both sides of the ball while Jacob Mafaro runs for over 100 yards and three scores in this one (will he throw another pass or just rest on his laurels and perfect QB rating, we don’t know). PICK: Kitts 34-24
George Muha: Kittatinny is going to look to rebound in a big way after their late game loss to Wallkill. Austin Seams will be all over the field as the Cougs win convincingly. PICK: Kittatinny 35-19

Jefferson (2-0) @ Mount Olive (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: After a heartbreaking Week 0 loss to Clifton at home, MO went on the road and blanked Chatham last week behind the arm of their backup QB Jordan Leonard. That just sounds like a QB name, doesn’t it? Anyhow, they have a huge test this year against an incredibly potent J-Town offense, but Kalas and the rest of MO’s INSANE D is going to greatly help the Marauders pull out their first win at home. PICK:  Mount Olive 21-13
Brian Kenney: This is going to be a fun game to watch! Mount Olive righted the ship last week and J-Town is rolling. Mount Olive is tough at home and J-Town’s Bam Johnson is going to have to deal with a slew of Marauders blitzing him all night long. He will play well, but I’m giving the edge to Mt. Olive here. Look for Jordan Leonard to throw for a couple of scores and run for another as Mt. Olive barely survives a late Jefferson comeback. PICK: Mt. Olive 21-18
George Muha: Bam Johnson is flourishing in this new pass happy offense. This should be a shootout as both teams like to score fast and often. But I think MO’s defensive front is going to be too much for the Falcons. PICK: Marauders 30-29

Boonton (2-0) @ Verona (1-0)
Ryan Sudol: Boonton has easily one of the hardest schedules among public teams in Morris and Sussex Counties. After coming off one of their biggest wins in recent memory against Weequahic out in Newark, they stay on the road and face a GREAT Verona team. I think that the Hillbillies have all the tools to hand the Boots their first loss of the year, namely their QB/WR duo of Cael Zebrowski and Jake McConnachie. PICK:  Verona 34-26
Brian Kenney: The Boots are off to a strong start but face always-decent Verona squad at home. Matt Cannizzaro had a great game last week for Boonton and will play well again in this one, recording at least two sacks. Meanwhile all-everything Corey Dempster will find the endzone a couple of times in a close one. PICK: Boots 25-21
George Muha: Matt Cannizzaro has ice in his veins after last week’s walk-off sack. Look for him to be a mouthful for the Hillbillies. With that said, Verona has a lot of fire power and I just see them getting the dub. PICK: Verona 34-32

Cedar Grove (2-0) @ Hanover Park (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: *Ryan is commentating this game so he won’t be predicting it.
Brian Kenney: All I want for my birthday (which happens to be Friday) is a W for the Hornets (nothing against Cedar Grove of course). Injuries are killing HP, but with the first home game of the year and on a night where the youth football program in Florham Park/East Hanover is being celebrated, I think the Hornets will pull off an upset. Last week’s loss had a couple of bright spots, like Luca Zirpoli tearing it up on defense with 11 tackles and Ethan Gayle running for a buck twenty-three and a score on the offensive side of the ball. That being said, Cedar Grove has been dominating his opponents the last two weeks. While they spread carries around, Peter Johnson and Patch “Adams” McCarthy combined for three scores on the ground last week for the Panthers. Last year’s HP/Cedar Grove was legendary, with both teams combining for I think 5,000 points. This year I think both coaches want to see just a tad more execution on defense. To that end, I think Zirpoli, Kyle Junda, Owen Feldman and Mike Filippone are all going to step up their games even more on the defensive side of the ball and cause some turnovers in addition to recording a ton of tackles. Gayle, Justin Tuli and John Borrello will find their way into the endzone for the Hornets on the offensive side of the ball, and they will pull it out in the final minutes. PICK: HP 35-30
George Muha: The last time these two teams faced each other they both forgot to play defense as both teams combined for over 130 points in one game (which is a true by the way). Either way, HP has started a little wobbly this year but look for them to even out as they finally get a dub on the board. Fantasy owners, expect for TE Kyle Junda to score two TDs. PICK: Hornets 69-67

Saturday Afternoon Delights

Delbarton (1-1) @ Woodrow Wilson (1-0)
Ryan Sudol: How about two great private vs. public matchups in one week? Just like Livingston for PJ, Wilson is a formidable opponent for Delby. QB Devin Kargman picked up right where his brother left off last year by throwing for 6 TDs vs. Camden Catholic last week. Delby QB Cole Freeman will have something to say about that, though.  Delbarton 33-21
Brian Kenney: My only question – is Woodrow Wilson still alive and does have people like William McAdoo and Lindley Garrison helping him out on defense. Okay, bad joke. I get Wilson is the name of the High School. Delby will have their hands full on the road, and Wilson’s QB Dave Kargman is legit. Kargman threw for over 300 yards and 6 touchdowns last week. Look for him to do some damage against the Green Wave secondary in this one in a close battle. PICK: Wilson 41-30
George Muha: Delby is playing amazing football so far. Despite a tough loss in the Battle of the Bridges last week, you can expect Cole Freeman and the Waves to wash away Wilson by a lot. PICK: Delbarton 42-22

Millburn (2-0) @ Chatham (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: Chatham is having a rough year thus far considering the hype they had over the summer. I really expected them to be solid this year, but they have been shellacked two weeks in a row. Millburn provides them an opportunity to pull close, but it will be back to the drawing board again after the week for the Cougars. Millburn QB Shane Sullivan will throw for 3 scores to pick up the win. PICK:  Millburn 31-17
Brian Kenney: Chatham has had a rough go of it so far, and Millburn is not going to be any easier to deal with. Mount Olive shut the Cougars out last week, and while I think the offense will get going this week, I don’t know if it will be enough. Look for Chatham’s Jack Kuppenheimer to record a bunch of tackles and a sack but in the end Millburn wins on the road. PICK: Millburn 27-14
George Muha: Mr. Schelling and company are hungry for a win after an 0-2 start against MoHills and Mount Olive. Don’t be swayed by the records here. Chatham losses are to two powerhouses where Millburn’s wins were against struggling teams. Look for the Cougs to beat Millburn convincingly. PICK: Chatham 40-14

Sussex Tech (2-0) @ Hudson Catholic (0-2)
Ryan Sudol: Sussex Tech has had two lopsided wins in a row behind the leadership of perhaps the most underrated player in Morris-Sussex, Bo Maroney, and an incredibly diverse rush attack. The Mustangs are going to have to wait for a win to come some other time, though. Hudson Catholic is much better than their 0-2 record. They have an insane line on both sides and a UMass prospect in WR Amarrie Bolden, but Tech won’t go down without a fight! PICK:  Hudson Catholic 31-20
Brian Kenney: The Tecchies are on fire! Their O-Line is making holes a truck could drive through, allowing not one, not two, but three(!) players to rush for 100 yards and over last week. Will Ghidorah rush for another almost 400 yards this week? (I’m a Godzilla fan, and he better beat King Kong in the remake). That three-headed monster I speak of are the backs Brendan Hall, Bo Maroney and Austin Durham by the way. Tech has this one in the bag mid-third quarter. PICK: Tech 42-20
George Muha: You got to love the Hall-Maroney-Durham three-headed monster. The Techies will be tested in this one but they are gelling too well to allow HC to get the better of them. PICK: ‘Stangs 33-30

Long Island Lutheran (1-1) @ Morristown-Beard (1-1)
Ryan Sudol: I don’t know anything about Long Island Lutheran. My knowledge of HSFB kinda starts and ends with NJ. All I do know is that MoBeard beat them 35-7 last year. So, using the principle of learning from last year’s mistakes, I say the LIL will cut that deficit by a little bit. However, the rushing duo of Mersini and Panza will still have the Crimson rolling. MoBeard 27-17
Brian Kenney: The Beard suffered a tough loss last week, but will look to rebound against the squad from Strong Island on Saturday. The Beard is tough at home but will have their hands full. Look for Nate “Dogg” Panza to run for over 100 yards and a score to help the Beard win a close one. PICK: Beard 21-20
George Muha: James Marinello is a baller and I love the future of the Beards under his watch. He has three more years of eligibility so he’s just going to get better and better. With that said, I have a predictions percentage to boost up and I believe the Long Islanders will have the Beards number. PICK: LIL 30-21

How We Picked Them Last Week

Brian 14-9 (60.86%)
George 18-5 (78.26%)

How We’ve Been Picking Them So Far

Brian 27-18 (60.00%)
George 32-13 (71.11%)

About the Predictors

Ryan Sudol is a veteran play-by-play broadcaster for Morris Sussex Sports and current broadcast student at William Paterson.  Have an opinion about Ryan’s picks? Tell him what you think via his Twitter handle:  @birdieguy13

Brian Kenney is a Hanover Park alumni who really has nothing to do with high school sports. But he’s George Muha’s oldest friend and while he’s a better lawyer than high school football predictor, George gets a kick out of his comments and nicknames. 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: @MorrSussSports

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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