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Friday Night Lights

Kinnelon (2-5) vs Ramsey (3-4)
Ryan Sudol: Aidan Duffy went off last week with 3 TDs vs. Pequannock to snap the Colts’ losing streak! My crystal ball tells me that he’ll do more of the same against the Rams of Ramsey to give the Colts their second in a row! PICK: Kinnelon 28-23
Brian Kenney: Ramsey beat up on the Colts during last year’s matchup but this year it is going to be a battle. I think Ramsey still has the edge, but look for a house for farm animals to become incendiary in this one (how many times can I call a game a barn burner?!). Look for the Colts’ Nick Matthew to run for a buck twenty and score two touchdowns in the effort. PICK: Ramsey 21-20
George Muha: I love it when a team proves me right like Kinnelon did last week by taking down Pequannock in convincing fashion. I have been saying all along that the Colts are flying way under the radar. The Playoff Points gods think so do because at 2-5 they are only one rank away from making the playoffs. I think a win and a little luck gets them in if I am not mistaken. They need to control what they can and get a win this weekend. I believe they do that. PICK: Colts 34-29

Butler (5-2) vs Wallington (4-2)
Ryan Sudol: Due to their loss vs. Cresskill two weeks ago, Butler missed out on making the NJIC Conference Playoffs. Don’t fret though, Bulldog Nation! You guys are a lock for the state playoffs and face Wallington in a final game before the cutoff! This will be EASY money for Butler, a team who scored 71 (yes, you read that right) against Becton last week. QB Evan Smith will get “Bulldog of the Game” after he throws for 4 TDs. PICK: Butler 43-17
Brian Kenney: Where’s “Walli”ngton you might be asking yourself? Well it’s in Bergen County, and the Borough was named after Walling Van Winkle. Interesting first name, Walling. Old Walling will be turning in his grave as the Bulldogs are going to win big in this one.  Will they score 71 points like last week? Absolutely not. 30ish? Sure. How the heck does a team score 71 points anyway? Seems a tad excessive when the other squad only has 26, but it is what it is. PICK: Dawgs 34-19
George Muha: Wallington better hope they have taken their allergy pills before this game because you know Butler’s going to sprinkle a little Jason Polons on them in the form of 150-yards receiving and at least two TDs. PICK: Butler 40-21

Mendham (1-5) vs Vernon (1-6)
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Ryan Sudol:  Mendham wants that second win so bad, and this game against the Vikings who have lost 5 straight will be the perfect opportunity for them to get it! The Mendham Moshpit rolls on! PICK: Mendham 28-17
Brian Kenney: I was in Vernon last week, and I just feel like the air is fresher up there or something. Maybe not near a dairy farm, but in other parts, yes. I think the Minutemen will win a close one here, as the game will be decided late in the fourth quarter. PICK: Mendham 27-20
George Muha: It is all going to come together for Colby Moralas, Dylan Hakes and Tommy Diegnan as they pick up their first away win of the season for the Minutemen. PICK: Minutemen 40-29

Montville (6-1) vs Sparta (6-1)
Ryan Sudol: It’s the game of the week and it’s for the division title! Ok, let’s look at this from both sides. First off, Montville is MAAAAD! They were a 2-point conversion away from escaping Mount Olive with a win and heading into Sparta with an undefeated record. Alas, that was not to be. On the other hand, you have Sparta, who was involved in a shootout vs. Randolph last week where Austin Castorina scored 6 TDs! Normally, I pick the team who is MAAAAD to come out of their next game with the W, but this is the top public team in Morris/Sussex we’re talking about here. That and the fact that this is taking place at Sparta’s shiny new stadium under the lights tells me that the Spartans will roll over the ‘Stangs in convincing fashion. The Austen & Austin Show will combine for 4 TDs to give Sparta this huge win before the cutoff. PICK: Sparta 31-14
Brian Kenney: Wow, it’s the game of the season if I could be so bold as to say. The ‘Stangs are still upset about being upset last week and are looking to come out fighting against the Spartans. Mike Burke will have a bounce back game throwing the ball but I think Sparta is just too tough at home. QB Austen Frattura will throw for one score and run for another while “AC” Castorina will run for a buck eighty with 2 scores for the Spartans. By the way AC had 40! Carries last week! Talk about a workhorse! Did I mention the 6 touchdowns? Gwen Stefani has a word for that (it’s “bananas” millennials, know your history). PICK: Sparta 40-29
George Muha: This is like Saturday mornings in the 1980s when it Godzilla versus Mothra in that there is no way you can not miss this one (I have no idea where I pulled this reference out of). Of course Montville QB Mike Burke is Godzilla and Sparta RB Austin Castorina is Mothra. Honestly, on paper I would go with Sparta. But I heard Montville’s Burke still isn’t right after last week’s 1-point loss to Mount Olive and I just cannot see him doing everything in his power not to win this.  PICK: Mustangs 44-42

Belvidere (3-3) vs North Warren (1-6)
Ryan Sudol: Aside from Dover, this is the easiest chance North Warren has to get a victory before the year lets out. Unfortunately for the Pats, Belvidere is hungry to get into the postseason and they are going to play their hearts out. I see RB Matt Gilmartin to go for 100 rushing yards and for mobile QB Corey Banghart to account for 3 total TDs to put the Seaters over .500. PICK: Belvidere 30-21
Brian Kenney:  Belvedere is home to the Warren County Courthouse and it ain’t easy to get justice up there (but I do often, of course). North Warren has had a rough go of it this year but they will put up quite a fight against the Beleviderians at home. PICK: Belvy 20-14
George Muha: I am hoping North Warren can prove me wrong as I always hate predicting against Morris-Sussex teams. PICK: Mr Belvidere 29-20

Boonton (5-2) vs Pequannock (4-3)
Ryan Sudol: This is a game with huge division title implications with both teams in a prime position to win it! In their hearts, Boonton knows that they should have won that game against Parsippany last week. They were the favorites on paper and held the lead in the 4th quarter. I guess you can say that the Bombers are just a tad bit MAAAD! Pequannock is also trying to show that they belong in the division title race, but they had a rough loss vs. Kinnelon last week that is harder to come back from than your average loss. With that said, the Bombers’ rush attack will account for around 400 yards on the ground in this bounce-back victory to assert their place in the top tier of Group 1. PICK: Boonton 34-18
Brian Kenney: This one is going down to the final seconds! Look for Vincenzo Federico to record a baker’s dozen worth of tackles and a couple of sacks for the Bombers as they edge the ‘Quan late in the fourth quarter. PICK: Da Boots 24-23
George Muha: I feel like the Bombers are built for a strong playoff run this season. I know it’s early but the Second Season is sneaking up on us. Regardless, Boonton is a VERY good team who is capable of doing damage. Pequannock will find that out this week. PICK: Boonton 45-29

Chatham (1-6) vs Hackettstown (1-5)
Ryan Sudol: You often see this in the NFL: two struggling teams at the end of the season playing in a game that is way more fun than anyone expected. This is one of those games. This one is going to come right down to the wire. Chatham’s Peter Schelling will have himself a night with 100+ rushing yards and 3 scores, but Hackettstown is well rested after their bye week. The three headed rushing attack of QB Nick Gagliardi, RB Jason Kuehner, and RB Matt Castro will pick up right where they left off vs. Hanover Park and put up 500 yards on the ground to lead the Tigers to a thrilling last minute victory for their first home W of 2019. P.S. Don’t be surprised if this comes down to a miss or made 2-point conversion! PICK: Hackettstown 35-34
Brian Kenney: Liam High will be all over the field for the Cougars in this one with 10 tackles and a forced fumble for Chatham. But I don’t know who has an answer for the beast that is H-Town’s Nick Gagliardi. Dude ran for 240 yards and 5 touchdowns against Hanover Park the last time H-Town played. And he had a week to rest his likely weary bones after all that running. Kid ran a half marathon. PICK: H-Town at home 27-24
George Muha: Don’t be fooled by either of these teams records. They both play very tough schedules. I see this being a close one but if I were a betting man, I have to go with the Cougars because I think Peter Schelling will do something offensively, defensively or on special teams that will catch H-town by surprise (well, maybe not any more…sorry Schell!). PICK: Chatham 43-34

High Point (4-3) vs Hopatcong (2-5)
Ryan Sudol: This is a big game for High Point as, even though they will most likely make the playoffs, they want the best seed possible as they currently at a 6. Good thing for them, they are coming off a HUGE win against Kittatinny and now get to face a Hopatcong squad who has struggled against divisional opponents this year. Travis Tallamy will run for two TDs and the recently returned QB Alex Buchwald will throw for two to continue the ‘Cats’ win streak. PICK: High Point 31-10
Brian Kenney: The ‘Cong is tough at home but the Pointers are trying to make the post season and know they can’t drop this game. Pointer Cole Masser will have himself a game with at least 15 tackles and a sack (or two). PICK: HP 21-13
George Muha: I told you High Point was good! Now that they just beat the defending champion Kittatinny Cougars, everyone is jumping on their bandwagon but just remember who called it first. PICK: High Point 33-21

Mount Olive (3-4) vs Roxbury (2-5)
Ryan Sudol: Man, oh man. It’s great to be a Marauder right about now. There are no more undefeated teams in Morris-Sussex and MO is to thank. After being on the playoff doorstep just a week ago, they are sitting at a 6 seed after pulling off the home upset against Montville. Now, they head into Roxbury for a virtual must win vs. a Roxbury team much better than their record says. Despite scores of previous games, that Gael D is more than capable of keeping the Marauders at bay (ba dum, tss) and will make it a fight. However, MO has some new weapons in junior QB Gavin Lockwood & sophomore RB Hunter Perez. Both had their coming-out parties last week with Lockwood tossing a TD and Perez running for 110 yards and two scores. That new dynamic duo will have similar success here as Mount Olive secures their spot in the second season. PICK: Mount Olive 20-10
Brian Kenney: You can never count out the ‘Bury but Mt. Olive is on a mission to get to the playoffs and wreak havoc and this is a must-win for them. Hunter Perez will force at least one turnover and tackle a bunch of Gaels in this one. Look for it come down to kicker Dan Barra nailing a 38 yarder in the waning seconds to win it for the Marauders. PICK: Mt. Olive 24-21
George Muha: The Marauders are healing up and getting momentum at the right time. I don’t think the Gaels will be able to slow them down. PICK: MO 44-34

Parsippany (6-1) vs Whippany Park (0-7)
Ryan Sudol: The slipper still fits! Parsippany picked up probably the biggest win in program history last week vs. Boonton which put them at the #1 overall seed in Group 2! They will most certainly continue their magical run over a winless Whippany Park squad. I have Nana “Hey Hey Goodbye” Agyemang and Anthony Colasuanno combining for 200 rush yards & 4 TDs here. PICK: Parsippany 37-0
Brian Kenney: I think if I look back every time I pick Parsippany to lose a close game they win it. I mean, I didn’t take the time to do that but take my word for it. These dudes are too legit to quit, and if I were their coach I would be blasting that song all season (I mean, it’s not the 90s so maybe they have a cooler song to make their anthem. Oh wait, there is no cooler song!). Look for Nana Agyemang to rush for a buck thirty and two scores as Parsippany rolls. PICK: Parsippany 40-6
George Muha: How about Par High at the #1 seed in Group 2 in…uh, forever maybe?  Either way, I like the way this season has shaped up for them and I cannot wait for the playoffs. PICK: Angry Birds 30-10

Wallkill Valley (3-4) vs Lenape Valley (6-1)
Ryan Sudol: Sitting at a 7 seed, Wallkill Valley absolutely NEEDS to win this game to stay in the playoff conversation. Unfortunately, they are on a 4 game losing streak and have to get through Lenape Valley. That is no easy task, folks. RB Nick Molinari is back and better than ever after rushing for 220 yards and 3 TDs vs. Madison last week. He along with the INSANE Lenape Valley defensive unit will help eliminate the Rangers from the playoffs and bring the Pats a win in their final home game. PICK: Lenape Valley 30-14
Brian Kenney: The battle of the Valleys!!!! Besides last year, Lenape has won the past several meetings. But last year Wallkill won big, and Lenape hasn’t forgotten. Nick Molinari had 220 yards rushing and 3 TDs last week. He won’t dominate as much as he did he did against Madison, but he’s going to get his, with 150 yards and 2 scores on the ground for Lenape. PICK: Lenape 28-17
George Muha: Lenape’s Nick Molinari took over last week in the Pat’s 28-21 victory over Madison. People that were there said you could actually see #44 take the team on his back to will the victory for the Pats. I always say big time players, play big in big time moments. Keep that in mind as the Patriots head into the postseason. PICK: LV 40-29

West Milford (3-4) vs Jefferson (4-3)
Ryan Sudol: Here’s another team that could be in trouble with a pre-cutoff loss. Jefferson shut out Vernon last week after dropping three in a row and are now a 7 seed. Jefferson has shown vulnerability against teams with similar records to the Highlanders before, but this week will not be that much of an issue and that is because of Michael Gould. In the Vernon game, Gould scored all of the Falcons’ TDs (5) and ran for 165 yards after being relatively quiet the weeks prior. It won’t be as easy as last week, but Gould and the rest of the team will ride this newfound spark and defeat West Milford by a two scores. PICK: Jefferson 33-21
Brian Kenney: J-Town has had its’ ups and downs this year but they had a nice win (and shutout) last week and that confidence will carry over into Friday night. The Falcons’ Mike Gould, who scored 5 touchdowns last week (on 16 carries mind you) will score at least twice in this one as well. PICK: J-Town 28-20
George Muha: I like how things are coming together for the Falcons at the right time of the season. It’s starting to look like that Jefferson might be in position to make a nice playoff run. PICK: Falcons 40-21

Saturday Afternoon Specials

West Morris (5-2) vs Morris Knolls (4-2)
Ryan Sudol: This is gonna be the biggest in-area game out of our Saturday Afternoon Specials. Both of these teams want a home playoff game and a loss could put either of these teams in jeopardy of that. That Morris Knolls crowd, which includes a highly underrated student section, will be super pumped for their boys’ biggest game of the year. However, I feel that WMC needs a home playoff game in their environment than Knolls does in theirs. Also, I think they’re the best public team in Morris County, so expect the Pack to come out firing on all cylinders. RB Jack DiPietro to do his usual magic on the ground and run for 2 scores to give WMC this key road win. PICK: West Morris 31-14
Brian Kenney:  Great wins by both squads last week, and this one is going to be a heck of a game. I think Joey Spano will build off last week’s performance and throw for almost 300 yards and three scores in this one for the Pack. PICK: WMC 33-28
George Muha: This game is going to be insane! I have been picking against WMC whenever they’ve had a big time opponent and they’ve burned me. So I am doubling down on the Wolves but I do expect a dog fight, and maybe even an over-time thriller. PICK: WMC 43-40

West Essex (6-1) vs Parsippany Hills (5-2)
Ryan Sudol: Last year, West Essex trounced Par Hills at home by a score of 55-14. This Par Hills team is different this year, though. Since dropping two in a row, the Vikings are on a 4-game win streak, outscoring their opponents 165-41 during that span. Those opponents are not the best teams in the world, but the eyeball test shows that the Vikings are more than real contenders. Now, West Essex are no slouches either. They have an incredibly diverse ground attack that can hit with whoever they decide to put out there. I see their corps running for a combined 275 yards in this one. However, I’m thinking upset! That’s right, the Vikings will do JUST enough to build a moat to escape the Knights (I’m reaching with these analogies, I know)! I think that the Vikes will stay in the air for most of the game as JD Breslauer will throw for 250 yards and 3 TDs, with EJ Comerford being his top target. In what will be Par Hills’ biggest win in a couple years, a last second FG will be the difference maker to send Viking Nation home happy! PICK: Parsippany Hills 24-23
Brian Kenney: This is a tough one to call, as West Essex has been playing lights out football most of the year. That being said, Parsippany Hills is tough to beat at home. JD Breslauer will do his thing and look for Dennis Wilson to snag another interception, but I think in the end West Essex is going to score on their final drive to steal this one from the Hills. PICK: WE 21-17
George Muha: West Essex has owned Morris-Sussex the last bunch of years…and Par Hills has taken the brunt of that so they know first hand.  But I don’t think that’s going to happen this year as this Vikings team just seems to be playing on a different level right now. PICK: Par Hills 40-39

Randolph (4-3) vs Morris Hills (5-2)
Ryan Sudol: Morris Hills needs to win this game. They just got back into the playoff race with their win vs. Mendham last week and have a pretty good chance to fall out with a Senior Day loss to the Rams. RBs “Smokin’” Joe Dawson & Jeremy Busel will combine for 3 TDs to try to keep the Knights in this thing, but I don’t think it will be enough. Randolph showed what they’re really made of last week by almost beating the area’s top team, Sparta. The offensive duo of QB Ryan Kleiven & WR Jimmy Pepe will be the top contributors to give the Rams the bounceback win and send the Knights home crossing their fingers that they can eek into the second season. PICK: Randolph 30-21
Brian Kenney: This game is too close to call. Matt Kleiven had himself a game last week for the Rams, throwing for over 200 yards and 3 TDs. He will have success this week as well, accounting for 3 total scores in the air and on the ground. PICK: Hills 27-20
George Muha: I really love this match up and I expect a total dog fight. But I think the difference is MoHill’s line behind Luke Malatesta and their fullback Jeremy “The Bus” Busel who has been just wearing teams out. PICK: MoHills 30-21

Pope John (1-6) vs St. Peter’s Prep (7-0)
Ryan Sudol: St. Peter’s knocked off a nationally ranked St. Joe’s team last week and are now the top team in the state of NJ. Pope John sure picked the wrong week to play them! QB Tahj Bullock will throw for 4 TDs and run for one as the Marauders trounce the Lions. PICK: St. Peters Prep 42-6
Brian Kenney: Pope John battled hard last week in a tough loss, and will put up a good fight again this week but I think St. Peter’s is too much to handle for the Johnnies. Look for Billy Gould and Jack Stoll to combine for over 20 tackles and a couple of turnovers on defense for Pope John, but unfortunately the Johnnies will fall short in this one. PICK: SPP 41-24
George Muha: I want the Johnnies to win this one really bad but I just don’t see that happen. Peter’s is just seeming to be playing in a different dimension at the moment.  PICK: Peter’s Prep 50-32

Hanover Park (2-5) vs Madison (1-5)
Ryan Sudol: Here’s another one of those fun games between two teams that have had rough years! Just like Chatham and Hackettstown, it’ll be POINTS POINTS POINTS in this game! Senior RB Austin Schmitz will be leaving it all out on the field in one of his final home games as he runs for 100 yards & 3 TDs, but the Hornets’ QB Matt Tuli & RB Ethan Gayle have hot hands right now. Tuli will account for 250 yards of total offense & 2 TDs while Gayle will run for 3 TDs as HP hangs on to win their second in a row! PICK: Hanover Park 35-30
Brian Kenney: HP beat a tough Ramsey team last week and is now facing their arch rivals on Saturday. The Hornets have beaten the Dodgers two years in a row, but is the third time the charm for Madison? Nah. That being said, Madison ALWAYS plays tough, against any opponent, especially at home. Last week I saw footage of Matt Tuli hitting Johnny Borrello on a slant and it was “lit” as the kids say. I would imagine Tuli looks for him, his brother Justin and ginormous Kyle Junda all day on Saturday, amassing over 250 yards and 4 TDs in the process. Defensively, look for Vincent Rispoli and Luca Zirpoli to record a sack or two each, while ball hawk Mike Filippone adds yet another interception to his season total. PICK: HP 34-17
George Muha: Throw the records out the window for this game. This might just be the biggest rivalry in Morris-Sussex. I expect a close one with the Hornets pulling out the dub in the final minutes. PICK: Hanover Park 32-30

Dover (0-5) vs Cliffside Park (3-4)
Ryan Sudol: With every passing game, my hope grows bigger for the Tigers to win a game. Unfortunately, I think it will have to wait at least another week. PICK: Cliffside Park 42-6
Brian Kenney: Nikko Acosta and Chris Vindel will be all over the field defensively for the Tigers, but in the end Cliffside Park will edge the Tigers. PICK: CP 27-14
George Muha: I know I keep saying this but it is true…Dover will be very good in a few years. For now, they are going to take their lumps. PICK: CP 30-23

Imm. Concept. (5-1) vs Sussex Tech (6-1)
Ryan Sudol: Sussex Tech’s hot streak continued last week as they blew out Bergen Tech with the help of their backfield led by Bo Maroney, Austin Durham, and Brendan Hall. That corps will have a similar outing to last week (probably 200+ combined yards), but it won’t be as easy as Immaculate Conception are about on the same level as the Mustangs in terms of skill. Either way, I see the Techhies pulling it out, maybe with a late TD! PICK: Sussex Tech 28-23
Brian Kenney: Who is going to stop these Techhies? I don’t think IC will, despite their best efforts. How about the Tech secondary last week, recording three interceptions? Their defense in general has been playing fantastic lately. Between Braydon Hold, Sebastian Fara and Joe Martinez the Techhies are not going to let up more than 12 points against a good offense this week. PICK: ST 31-10
George Muha: This should be a good one but I am 100% going with Sussex Tech. I am totally on their bandwagon plus half my fantasy team is made up of Tech players.  PICK: Mustangs 30-21

Newton (5-2) vs Kittatinny (4-3)
Ryan Sudol: It’s the McDonald’s Bowl and a rematch of last year’s sectional title game. Let’s take a closer look. Newton is one of the hottest teams in the area as winners of 5 in a row after dropping their first two. Kittatinny, on the other hand is now on the playoff doorstep after dropping 2 out of their last 3. It’s a must win, and they sure know that. Newton’s QB Jack Young will certainly do his best to continue the Braves’ hot streak and score 2 TDs (one rushing, one passing), but the stingy Kittatinny defense and their newly found rushing committee will find a way to pull this thing out. PICK: Kittatinny 21-17
Brian Kenney: Look for Newton’s defense to step up big time (and they will have to against the Kits’ running game) in this one. The Braves are looking for a little revenge after losing to the Kits in the playoffs last season. Peyton Nolan will take care of business on both sides of the ball for Newton, and look for Chris Megna to grab a pick in this one. (Little known fact, my grandmother from Sicily’s maiden name was Megna, she left Italy after her first husband died there mysteriously, came to the US and married my grandfather – by the way I do not believe I am related to the Newton DB lol). PICK: Newton 24-21
George Muha: Last year these two met in the Sectional Final and Kittatinny won the title on Newton’s home field. Call me crazy, but I think the Braves will avenge last year’s team and get the dub. PICK: Newton 20-18

Morris Catholic (5-2) vs Hudson Catholic (1-6)
Ryan Sudol: Who woulda thought? The Morris Catholic Crusaders are the division leaders! If they can defeat Hudson Catholic in this game, they’ll win the title! Even though their records are polar opposites, the Hawks’ troubles are plagued by a schedule almost exclusively of the big dogs out of the private teams. With that said, they are a team that is more than capable of handing the Crusaders an L with talents such as RBs Jahier White and Anthony Posey. But the Crusaders have QB Jeff Chaplin & RB Tommy Tsangaropoulous. Tommy will rush for 100 yards and a score and Chaplin will continue his stellar year through the air by tossing 4 scores and handing Catholic the division title! P.S. I say this one goes to OT! PICK: Morris Catholic 35-28
Brian Kenney: Morris Catholic will roll in this one, with Zach Thomas scoring at least once on a 40 yard bomb from Chappy. PICK: MC 34-6
George Muha: Morris Catholic will continue to do what they do and that is get dubs! And as for you fantasy owners, don’t you dare sit McAndrew or Luttenberger.  PICK: MC 30-21

Morristown (2-4) vs Delbarton (4-3)
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Ryan Sudol: It’s the crosstown classic, and I wish that both of these teams were on the same level for the sake of this rivalry. But the Green Wave is just on another plane. Delbarton will feed on the Colonials like they did on Morris Knolls earlier this year as Cole Freeman will score 5 total TDs, whether by land or air. PICK: Delbarton 45-9
Brian Kenney: Delby had Seton Hall Prep on the ropes last week but last a heart-breaker. They will rebound this week big time against their down-the-street rivals. Cole Freeman will complete 60% of this throws for over 200 yards and a couple of scores this week. PICK: Green Wave 30-20
George Muha: I always love it when these two tames face in a cross-town rivalry game. I expect Delby to win but I think Motown has the firepower to put the Wave on their heels for a spell. PICK: Delby 30-19

Morristown-Beard (5-2) vs Hopkins CT (4-3)
Ryan Sudol: THE DREADED OUT OF STATE OPPONENT. How am I supposed to work under these conditions? Well, I want to see Mo-Beard win and I was right with me predicting them to win last week. I might as well stick with it! The superstar RB Nate Panza will get all of the TDs for the Crimson here! PICK: Morristown-Beard 31-28
Brian Kenney: The Beard played great last week and are fighting the traffic driving up to Connecticut for a tough test against Hopkins. Rumor has it they packed up and got on the bus to drive to that traffic-riden disaster of a State the second they beat MKA last week. Nate “Who’s the Boss” Panza will run for over 2 miles in this one, scoring three TDs in the process. PICK: The Beards 44-27
George Muha: MoBeard already played Hopkins once and beat them. There is no doubt they can do it a second time. PICK: Beards 44-31

How We’ve Been Picking Them Last Week

Ryan 18-4 (81.81%)
Brian 18-4 (81.81%)
George 19-3 (86.36%)

How We’ve Been Picking Them So Far

Ryan 60-25 (70.58%
Brian 102-52 (66.23%)
George 107-47 (69.48%)

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 13-years. George is a 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


Morris Catholic vs. Hudson Catholic:

Morristown vs. Delbarton:

Morristown-Beard vs. Hopkins:

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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