Shore Regional Reaches Third Straight State Final by Knocking Off Middlesex
Shore Regional is back in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group I final for the third straight year thanks to a 28-13 win over fourth-seeded Middlesex in which the top-seeded Blue Devils registered a second-half shutout to close out the win.
The Blue Devils (9-1) advanced to their third straight state final for the first time in school history by topping the Blue Jays (7-3) as junior running back Tyreek McCain scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 14 yards in the second half to help them pull away for the win.
Shore will face third-seeded South Hunterdon on the weekend of Dec. 5-7 at a neutral site in search of its first state title since 2010. Connor Rempel added a fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown and quarterback Ryan Campi had a one-yard touchdown run in the victory.