Voorhees 24, Parsippany Hills 19: Colin Tong rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback George Eberle ran for a score and kicked a 26-yard field goal, as third-seeded Voorhees overcame an early deficit to pull ahead and then held off a fierce rally in the final seconds to advance to the North 2 Group III final, the Vikings first championship-game berth since winning the Central Group II crown in 1995.
BOUND BROOK – Perhaps the Point Pleasant Beach High School football team should come with a warning to Mid-State 37 Central Group I teams: ‘First-half performance no guarantee of future results.’The Gulls followed a familiar blueprint for the second straight week in the NJSIAA playoffs, looking flat in the first half to fall behind on the road by two touchdowns, only to come roaring out after intermission and getting it done with the pressure on.
PISCATAWAY – The Bridgewater-Raritan High School football team knew that if it played its game Saturday, limited the mistakes, and got a couple of breaks, it had a chance against powerhouse Piscataway in the NJSIAA North 2 Group V semifinals. What the Panthers probably didn’t know is that if they did all those things, they’d not only win, but do so in shockingly dominant fashion.
FINAL: Hillside 19, AL Johnson 16 in Central Group II #NJFootball
The seventh-seeded Comets become the seventh and final Mid-State 37 team to make the sectional finals. They'll face No. 1 seed Point Pleasant Boro in two weeks for the title
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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