Friday Night Scoreboard

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Class A North

Manalapan 49, Freehold Twp. 0

Senior wideout Saeed Blacknall ran for one touchdown and also caught a 25-yard touchdown pass, and senior tailback Tyler Leonetti also had a touchdown rushing and receiving as the Braves (1-0, 1-0) breezed past the Patriots (0-2, 0-1) to win their season opener.

Class A Central

Rumson-FH 21, St. John Vianney 7

Tailback Charlie Volcker ran for an 8-yard score, Bryan Dunphy threw a touchdown pass to Sam Shaud and also ran for a short touchdown, and the Bulldogs (2-0, 1-0) picked up a win over the Lancers (1-1, 0-1).

Billy DeMato had a touchdown pass in the loss for St. John Vianney.

Junior quarterback Tymere Berry and Toms River South welcome Southern to Detwiler Stadium for a big Class A South showdown on Friday night.

Class A South

TR South 27, Southern 20

Junior quarterback Tymere Berry ran for 132 yards and a touchdown and also threw for 85 yards and a touchdown to help the Indians (2-0, 1-0) hold off the Rams (1-1, 0-1).

Billy Kosh had a 1-yard touchdown run and also had an interception that set up a 10-yard touchdown pass from Berry to Darrius Hart. Running back Khaleel Greene added an 18-yard touchdown run in the win.

Quarterback Logan Sheehan threw for 196 yards and a 25-yard touchdown pass to Vinnie Colecchia and also ran for a 17-yard touchdown in the loss for Southern. Running back Rob Yaiser added a 1-yard touchdown run, and senior wideout Mike Gesicki had five catches for 93 yards.

Jackson Mem. 41, TR East 0

Senior tailback Khani Glover ran for a pair of scores, junior quarterback Joe DeMaio ran for a touchdown and also threw a touchdown pass to wideout Marcus Ademilola, and Vinnie Celidonio added a touchdown run while the defense only allowed one first down to help the Jaguars (1-0, 1-0) blank the Raiders (0-2, 0-1) in their season opener.

Class B North

Ocean 7, Neptune 0

Junior tailback Tyler Thompson scored on a 1-yard run on third-and-goal with 5:04 left in the game after a 60-yard punt return by Jair Bernier to the Neptune 15-yard line started the drive as the Spartans (2-0, 1-0) picked up a hard-fought win over the Scarlet Fliers (1-1, 0-1) with the first shutout of Neptune since 2010.

Wall 14, Red Bank 7

The Crimson Knights (2-0, 1-0) scored 14 unanswered points in the second half on a pair of quarterback keepers by senior quarterback Jack Gifford on their way to edging the Bucs (0-2, 0-1) to spoil the first home night game in Red Bank history.

Gifford's two-yard plunge with under a minute left in the game snapped a 7-7 tie and sent Wall to the win. Mario Williams had a 9-yard touchdown run in the loss for Red Bank.

Class B Central

Shore 10, Asbury Park 0

Jake Monteiro booted a career-long 46-yard field goal and senior quarterback Matt Muh added an 8-yard touchdown pass to Chris Francisco as the Blue Devils (1-1, 1-0) picked up a key divisional win by spoiling the first night game in history for the Blue Bishops (1-1, 1-1) with a shutout victory.

Class B South

Msgr. Donovan 27, Lakewood 6

Senior Joey Fields had a pair of touchdown runs, including a 60-yarder on the first play from scrimmage in the game, as the Griffins (1-1, 1-0) picked up their first win by upending the Piners (1-1, 0-1).

Kyle Schremmer added an interception return for a touchdown, and sophomore halfback David Calderon scored on a 20-yard touchdown run in the win.

Sophomore Amir Tyler had a 9-yard touchdown run in the loss for Lakewood.

Central 21, Jackson Liberty 17

Junior Nick Leone ran for an 11-yard touchdown with 5:57 left in the game to give the Golden Eagles (1-1, 1-0) their first win in comeback fashion after the Lions (0-2, 0-1) had scored 17 unanswered points. Central's win marked the first career victory for new head coach Willie Jacobs.

Senior Javon Hardy, who was injured in the game and did not return, added a first-half touchdown run.

Matt Castronuova and Bruce Almodovar each had touchdown runs in the loss for Jackson Liberty.

Barnegat 42, Manchester 34

Senior tailback A.J. Opre ran for four touchdowns, Paul Wickwire added a touchdown run, and backup quarterback Ricky Gerena threw a touchdown pass as the Bengals (2-0, 1-0) held on for a wild win over the Hawks (0-2, 0-1).

Opre had touchdown runs of 2, 6, 20 and 12 yards, and Wickwire ran for a 27-yard score that made it 42-20 with 4:32 left in the third quarter before the Hawks fought back. Senior quarterback Kashaun Barnes threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Amani Richardson, then the Hawks recovered an onside kick and scored again to make it an eight-point game. Manchester recovered another onside kick, but Barnegat came up with a stop to seal the win.

Barnes also had a 5-yard touchdown run and threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Devin Tomei in the loss.

Gerena threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to senior Anthony Hause while starting in place of junior Cinjun Erskine, who was held out for precautionary reasons after suffering a minor injury, according to Barnegat coach Rob Davis.

Pinelands 16, Pt. Boro 13 (OT)

The Wildcats (1-1, 1-0) stunned the Panthers (0-2, 0-1) to end a 22-game losing streak dating back to 2010 thanks to a 34-yard field goal in overtime by junior Jon Kubricki, his third field goal of the game.

Kubricki also booted field goals of 30 and 32 yards to keep Pinelands within 13-6 before the Wildcats tied the game at 13 with 3:20 remaining in the fourth quarter on a 45-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dan MacPhee to his brother, Matt MacPhee.The win was the first at Pinelands for new head coach Brian Wilkinson.

Pinelands was coming off a 61-7 loss to Lacey and registered its first win since a 56-13 win over Toms River South on Nov. 6, 2010.

"It was unbelievable,'' Wilkinson said. "There were kids and parents crying. It was the first time some of these kids have ever won a game. Our kids bounced back from the Lacey game, and that was the awesome thing. That was the part that meant the most. They're so excited. It's just a great feeling."


Middletown South 28, Brick 7

The Eagles (1-0) blew open a 7-7 game with three touchdowns in the final 7:01 in the game on their way to a season-opening win over the Green Dragons (1-1).

Senior quarterback Kyle Brey threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to wideout Andrew Wisialko and also threw a 31-yard scoring pass to senior tight end Tayler Hendrickson that snapped a 7-7 tie in the fourth quarter. Nolan Pereless made it 21-7 when he scored on a 3-yard jet sweep and then an interception by sophomore Dylan Rogers set up a 14-yard touchdown pass from Brey to Hendrickson on a screen play for the final margin.

Brick scored on a 77-yard touchdown run by junior Carmen Sclafani.

Brick Memorial 29, Middletown North 3

Senior Mike Basile and junior Joe Hans each found the end zone as four different Mustangs (1-1) them pick up their first win by spoiling the season opener for the Lions (0-1).

Fullback Connor Owen added a touchdown for Brick Memorial. Nick Banta had a 24-yard field goal in the loss for Middletown North.


Holmdel 7, Middlesex 6

Junior quarterback Jeff Harris threw his first career touchdown pass to senior Mark Scherzer in the third quarter, Tim Davis added the extra point, and the Hornets (1-1) made it stand up to pick up a win over the Bluejays (0-2).

Carteret 12, Raritan 7

Senior Jared Collins had a touchdown run and the Rockets (0-2) drove to the Ramblers' (1-1) 12-yard line in the final minutes, but came up just short on the road.

Point Beach 15, Dunellen 6

Junior Joe Wegryzniak ran for a career-high 163 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and senior Zack McCartney kicked his first career field goals of 21 and 23 yards to help the Garnet Gulls (2-0) pick up a win over the Destroyers (0-2).

Defensive backs Jake Fioretti and Luke Maas each had interceptions in the win, and the Garnet Gulls also had a tackle in the end zone for a safety.

Keyport 49, Highland Park 14

Senior quarterback Alex Thomson threw three touchdown passes, two to Jeff Sheard and one to Jake Link, to help the Red Raiders (1-1) pick up their first win by rolling past the Owls (0-2).

Sophomore running backs Desmond Underwood and Ky'sun Pryor each added their first varsity touchdowns in the win.

Scores From Around New Jersey

source: The Associated Press

Absegami 26, Middle Township 7
Allentown 45, New Egypt 0
Atlantic City 54, Egg Harbor 12
Barnegat 42, Manchester 34
Bayonne 42, Kearny 0
Becton 43, Saddle Brook 13
Bordentown 33, Palmyra 27
Brearley 33, Bernards 13
Brick Memorial 29, Middletown North 3
Bridgeton 38, Cedar Creek 7
Buena Regional 14, Ocean City 7
Burlington Township 29, Holy Cross 13
Butler 28, Boonton 22
Caldwell 31, Cedar Grove 28
Carteret 12, Raritan 7
Central Regional 21, Jackson Liberty 16
Cherokee 38, Triton 6
Cherry Hill West 33, Cumberland Regional 6
Cinnaminson 19, Northern Burlington 13
Clayton 28, Maple Shade 0
Collingswood 7, Haddon Township 0
Cranford 20, Somerville 14
Delran 20, Willingboro 14
Delsea 27, Moorestown 0
Eastern 50, Timber Creek 41
Elmwood Park 35, Harrison 21
Ferris 52, Snyder 6
Haddonfield 25, Woodbury 6
Hammonton 41, Oakcrest 7
Hasbrouck Heights 23, Queen of Peace 12
Hawthorne 27, Rutherford 7
Highland 28, Woodrow Wilson 25
Holmdel 7, Middlesex 6
Holy Spirit 31, St. Joseph-Hammonton 28
Hopatcong 33, Pequannock 13
Hudson Catholic 41, Belleville 15
Hunterdon Central 24, Bridgewater-Raritan 0
Iselin Kennedy 20, Bishop Ahr 14, OT
Jackson Memorial 41, Toms River East 0
Jefferson 27, Lenape Valley 9
Jonathan Dayton 55, Bound Brook 28
Keyport 49, Highland Park 14
Kingsway 55, Deptford 0
Kittatinny 42, Hackettstown 17
Lenape 37, Seneca 15
Mahwah 20, River Dell 7
Manalapan 49, Freehold Township 0
Middletown South 28, Brick Township 7
Millville 48, Mainland Regional 14
Monroe 26, South Brunswick 18
Monsignor Donovan 27, Lakewood 6
Montclair Kimberley 47, Newark Academy 6
Montgomery 38, North Hunterdon 35
Morris Knolls 48, Vernon 21
Morrow-Englewood 34, Ridgefield Park 6
Mountain Lakes 34, Kinnelon 7
Neptune 7, Ocean Township 0
New Milford 28, Lyndhurst 6
New Providence 34, Belvidere 7
Newton 13, Hanover Park 6
North Arlington 62, Wallington 39
North Plainfield 19, Roselle 0
Northern Highlands 48, Indian Hills 14
Notre Dame 38, Hamilton 14
Old Tappan 28, Pascack Valley 13
Palisades Park 21, Waldwick 16
Paramus 37, Lakeland 36
Passaic Tech 34, Hackensack 6
Paulsboro 31, Gateway 13
Phillipsburg 31, Franklin 7
Piscataway 17, Old Bridge 16
Point Pleasant Beach 15, Dunellen 6
Point Pleasant Boro 16, Pinelands Regional 13
Ramsey 40, Pascack Hills 20
Randolph 21, West Morris 7
Ridge 31, Immaculata 7
Ridgewood 50, Eastside Paterson 14
Robbinsville 27, Burlington City 18
Roselle Park 61, Manville 13
Roxbury 13, Morristown 7
Rumson-Fair Haven 21, St. John Vianney 7
Sayreville 42, East Brunswick 0
Schalick 27, Gloucester City 18
Secaucus 34, Ridgefield 13
Shabazz 46, Orange 24
Shore Regional 10, Asbury Park 0
St. Augustine 53, Lower Cape May Regional 6
St. Joseph-Metuchen 16, Colonia 7
Summit 48, Johnson 23
Sussex Tech 26, Bergen Tech 14
Teaneck 40, Demarest 24
Toms River South 27, Southern 20
Union 33, Elizabeth 14
Union City 68, North Bergen 27
Vineland 28, Pleasantville 21, OT
Voorhees 31, Governor Livingston 14
Wall 14, Red Bank Regional 7
Washington Township 33, Winslow 27, OT
Watchung Hills 26, Warren Hills 7
Wayne Hills 17, Wayne Valley 14, OT
Weehawken 40, Park Ridge 7
West Deptford 61, Lindenwold 0
Westwood 41, Dumont 8
Wildwood 20, Riverside 16
Williamstown 17, Shawnee 14
Woodbridge 41, New Brunswick 12
Woodstown 55, Pitman 8