West Orange—In a battle of two top high school boys soccer teams, Montclair High School pushed Seton Hall Prep into overtime, but fell just short, 1-0. Mounties keeper Rowan O’Brien played a brilliant game, making six saves, including a game-rescuing denial on a Seton Hall penalty kick in the MHS box. O’Brien and Pirate goalie Anthony Petruzziello both made multiple saves to keep their teams in the game and ultimately send the match into overtime.
Willie Matthews (29) wraps up a Livingston ballcarrier during Friday’s 41-0 Montclair victory.Courtesy Wil Youngby Andrew Gardagarda@montclairlocal.newsLIVINGSTON—The first two weeks of the season could not have gone better for the Montclair High School football team. The Mounties rolled again Friday night, dismantling Livingston 41-0 for their second win in a row.
Shawn Collins leaps over teammate Willie Matthews after Matthews blocked a Livingston player during Collins’ interception return during the first quarter of Friday night’s game.Courtesy Wil Young by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org Moments after Shawn Collins had picked off Livingston quarterback Jack Ernst near the end of the first quarter of Montclair High School’s 41-0, coach Dan Roberts turned and said “Collins is going to be the next D1 prospect.” While the statistics aren’t...
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