NJ football: Red Bank Catholic QB Alex Brown takes the 100-yard walk
Red Bank Catholic QB Alex Brown takes the 100 yard walk with APP reporter Ryan Ross.
Thomas P. Costello and Ryan Ross, Asbury Park Press
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WEEK 4 PREVIEW CONTENT
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WEEK 4 SCHEDULE
Saturday, Sept. 25
Donovan Catholic at Colts Neck, Noon
Red Bank Catholic at Manasquan, 1 p.m.
Brick at Brick Memorial, Noon
Freehold Township at Marlboro, Noon
Monmouth at Lakewood, 1 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 24
Southern 28, Holmdel 7
Middletown South 13, Manalapan 7 (OT)
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WATCH: Middletown South football’s game-winning pass at Manalapan
WATCH: Video of Middletown South football’s game-winning pass in overtime at Manalapan
Asbury Park Press
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Shore Conference Game of the week: Raritan vs. Red Bank Catholic
This week’s Shore Conference Game of the Week was a matchup of two undefeated Constitution Division teams, Red Bank Catholic and Raritan.
Brian Johnston and Ryan Ross, Asbury Park Press
Wall 36, Toms River North 0
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Red Bank 28, Ocean 6
Freehold 35, Toms River East 7
St. John Vianney 46, Toms River South 7
Quarterback Antonio Rosato had three touchdown runs in the first half, the longest a 27-yarder.
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Middletown North 42, Howell 7
Asbury Park 28, Jackson Liberty 3
Shore 14, Barnegat 7
Point Boro 48, Manchester 14
Jake Croce ran for two touchdowns in the first half; Charlie Vitale and Brian Orio connected on pair of scoring passes (23 and 20 yards); and Vitale had a five-yard TD run for the Panthers.
Matawan 13, Neptune 6
Keansburg 27, Point Beach 15
Dajuan Weems scored a pair of touchdowns for the Titans and Mike Alonso had two interceptions.
Keyport 17, Pinelands 14
George Mitchell connected with Zivon Crank for a 35-yard touchdown pass with 10:50 left in the 4th quarter, putting Keyport ahead 15-14.
Rumson-Fair Haven 28, Lacey 6
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Long Branch 35, Jackson Memorial 21
Central 41, Raritan 17
Chase Gumbrecht’s 30-yard touchdown run on fourth and three gave Central a 34-17 lead.
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Source: Asbury Park