By JJ Conrad | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Screen Shot 2017-11-16 at 6.46.27 AM.png Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Bold predictions on semifinal weekend This weekend, 46 teams throughout New Jersey will punch their tickets to sectional and state finals on semifinal weekend. Listed below, the NJ.com high school football staff has made bold predictions -- from a state-best winning streak being extended to upset specials throughout the state and plenty more.
You know the favorites. Now, NJ.com takes a look at this year's darkhorses throughout New Jersey as the state playoffs are set to begin Friday. The criteria used for selecting the following 19 teams was simple: any 5-seed or lower in their respective brackets received consideration from the NJ.com high school football staff. What teams have the potential to go on Cinderella-like runs this postseason in their quests for sectional and state championships?
The boys soccer sectional finals will take place on Thursday, Nov. 9 and Friday, Nov. 10. Here is the schedule, along with NJ.com's previews for each game as they become available.
Dylan Classi became the BC career receptions leader & the BC career receiving TD leader today. Classi (5 rec., 150 yds, 3 TD's) broke his tie w/ JJ Kulcsar '13 (84 career rec.) to finish day w/ 89. He also passed Aaron Martin '99 (19 career rec. TDs). Classi now has 20. #BCvsDELB
Bergen Catholic 41, Delbarton 16
Crusaders heading to the Non-Public Group 4 final for first time since 2012. Will meet St. Peter’s Prep in 2 weeks for the title. #BCvsDELBhttps://t.co/6VzyabRLHZ
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