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Week 10

NJSIAA Regional Crossover Games

Wednesday, Nov. 3

Point Beach 35, Spotswood 0

Junior running back Dawson MacPherson ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries, senior defensive end Andrew Laumbach recorded three sacks, and junior linebacker Joey Beley had 13 tackles and three tackles for a loss to lead the Garnet Gulls to a shutout victory over the Chargers in their season finale.

Laumbach also ran for 62 yards and a touchdown on six carries, Jake Mullins ran for 43 yards and a touchdown on just two carries, and Beley threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Roman Grauso.

Junior defensive tackle Rob Dey added seven tackles, two tackles for loss, and a sack as Beach held Spotswood to just 79 yards of offense.


Matawan 20, Cartaret 19

Senior quarterback Dennis Buonagura threw for 140 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a touchdown as the Huskies (4-6) clipped the Ramblers (3-8) to end their season on a two-game winning streak.

Buonoagura threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Joey Bodin and a 15-yard pass to Brian Charles Gagneron and added a 15-yard touchdown run. Senior running back David Onuoha ran for a team-high 82 yards on 18 carries and Kyle Halliburton caught five passes for 63 yards.

Carteret scored a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to pull within one point but the Ramblers elected to go for the 2-point conversion and Matawan came up with the defensive stop to win the game.


Cherry Hill West 41, Toms River East 2

Freshman linebacker Avery Phillips recorded a safety and senior running back Nick Medina ran for 130 yards on 12 carries for the Raiders (1-9).


Franklin 34, Freehold Township 6

Freshman quarterback Nick Cardone threw a touchdown pass to sophomore tight end Shawn Corchado for the Patriots (4-6) in their loss to the Warriors (2-8).


Thursday, Nov. 4

Manchester 30, Allentown 25

Senior quarterback Savon Myers threw for 240 yards and three touchdowns and ran or 72 yards and a touchdown, and senior wide receiver D'Maari Brown had eight receptions for 204 yards and three touchdowns as the Hawks (3-7) closed out their season with a win over the Redbirds (1-9).


Keansburg 28, Roselle 21

Senior quarterback Mikail Braithwaite had another dominant game with 147 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 14 carries plus 133 yards passing to lead the Titans (5-4) to a victory over the Rams (4-5).

Braithwaite had touchdown runs of 1, 60, and 3 yards while freshman running back Dajuan Weems ran for 77 yards and a touchdown.


Ocean 21, Robbinsville 7

Junior quarterback Tyler Douglas had a huge game with 229 yards rushing and three touchdowns to power the Spartans (2-8) past the Ravens (5-4).


Marlboro 28, Brick 20

Junior quarterback AJ Schwartz threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a touchdown as the Mustangs (6-3) defeated the Dragons (4-5) to reach six wins for the first time since 1999.

Junior Ryan Mendes caught four passes for 77 yards and a touchdown and senior running back Zach Mendes had a 39-yard touchdown catch. Junior linebacker Lucas Mcevoy returned a fumble for a touchdown.


Red Bank 34, Brick Memorial 28

Hunterdon Central 29, Howell 28

Seneca 21, Pinelands 12


Saturday, Nov. 6

Lakewood 32, Metuchen 22

Steinert 28, Jackson Liberty 13



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