Friday Scoreboard

Friday Scoreboard


Week 3 should be another great one with 15 exciting Shore Conference matchups. Check back with NJSR for all your scores, recaps, and highlights throughout the weekend!

Fri 9/25

Asbury Park 42, Mater Dei Prep 19

The Asbury Park Blue Bishops earned their second win under new Head Coach Tim Fosque. The Bishops pulled off an upset for the second week in a row, stunning Mater Dei Prep 42-19 in Class B Central action. The Bishops are now 2-1 in the season and could be a real contender.

Senior Quarterback Davon Thompson led the Bishops with three touchdown passes. Thompson hit Jadeon Stephens for scoring strikes of 8, and 20 yards. Thompson also hit Daquan Young for another score.

The Bishops also controlled the clock with the running game. Thompson ripped off a 60 yard scoring play on the ground. Running Back Charles Sanders rushed for 121 yards on 15 carries. Asbury Park continues to demonstrate offensive firepower.

Jackson Memorial 42, Southern 0

Quarterback Dan Barker had an outstanding day passing the ball as the Jaguars advanced to 3-0 on the season. Barker threw touchdown passes of 22, 14, 5, and 2 yards.

Vinny Lee rushed for 105 yards, and Justin Martin-Culet scored a rushing touchdown in the win.

Freehold Twp 21, Howell 14

The Patriots picked up their first win of the season behind three passing touchdowns by Senior QB Jack O’Brien.

Lakewood 20, Manchester 13

The Lakewood Piners survived a scare from the Manchester Hawks in Class B South. It was the Piners who were able to respond to the adversity. Quarterback Amir Tyler set the tone, rushing for 120 yards and two scores to pace Lakewood.

Backup Quarterback Zyheir Jones also got some time. Jones came into the game and rushed for 70 yards on 10 carries. Jones powered his way into the end zone from the 1 yard line. The Piners improve to 3-0 on the season.

Pt Boro 14, Bishop Ahr 6

Manalapan 47, Sayreville 27

A balanced rushing attack was all the Manalapan Braves needed as they cruised to a 47-27 non divisional victory over Sayreville. This was another anticipated matchup in the SC-GMC series.

Senior Running Back Marcus Salinas put on a show for the fans. Salinas rushed for a team high 151 yards and a score. Salinas is really starting to pile up the yards. Sophomores Chris Maksimik and Na’im Mayfield were also huge out of the backfield. Maksimik ran for three scores, and Mayfield contributed with two.

The Braves improve to 3-0 on the season. Manalapan will look to win another Class A North title.

Jackson Liberty 20, Barnegat 17

Jackson Liberty was able to come back after trailing 17-3 in this one. The Lions scored 17 unanswered points to earn a huge Class B South win. Braden Yorke was the hero of the day! Yorke kicked a 20 yard field goal to seal the win for Jackson Liberty.

Emmanuel Florez and Jerald Goodman led the defense for Jackson Liberty,  Goodman had a fumble recovery for a touchdown. Florez picked off two of Barnegat’s passes to spark this run.

Raritan 40, Matawan 3

Middletown South 49 Marlboro 14

The Eagles improved to 3-0 by continuing on their offensive surge. Right now no one has been able to stop this offensive attack. This team is averaging 43 points per game.

Quarterback Matt Mosquera led the offense two passing touchdowns. Mosquera hit Jeff Lewandowski for a 48 yard play. The Senior also found Samson Dube for a 48 yard scoring strike. This was Dube’s second long touchdown reception of the season.

James McCarthy was once again dominant on the ground. McCarthy finished with touchdown runs of 51, 21, and 3 yards to boost the ground game for the Eagles. Middletown South also had two defensive touchdowns. Tom Coffey intercepted a pass and took it 70 yards to the house. Maxx Ishmo also contributed with another pick six.

St John Vianney 49, Central 6

Senior Quarterback Anthony Brown was once again dynamic, leading the Lancers to a  convincing 49-6 victory on the road against the Central Eagles. Brown passed for 194 yards and three scores through the air. The Senior also picked up another 104 yards on the ground, hitting the end zone two times.

Khalil Haskins caught two of the touchdown passes. Haskins scoring on plays of 16 and 12 yards. Marcque Ellington caught a 13 yard touchdown pass in the end zone. The receiving core of the Lancers just continues to dominate every secondary in the league.

Chris Chukwuneke led the ground attack for St John Vianney. Chukwuneke ran for 111 yards, scoring on touchdown runs of 18 and 27 yards. This Lancers offense can simply do it all!

Toms River North 55, Toms River South 20

Husni finished with six total touchdowns, as TRN rolled in the Civil War.

Woodbridge 41, Colts Neck 13

Red Bank Catholic 35, Neptune 0

Wall 24, Long Branch 14

Red Bank Regional 16, Ocean 6

RBR is 3-0 for the first time in more than a decade, as their defense shut down Ocean. Chris Outerbridge returned a fumble for a score in the fourth quarter.

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Ryan Wydra is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of the New Jersey Sports Report LLC. He is a 21 year follower of High School Sports in New Jersey and brings a passion and fire to the field. Ryan is a graduate of Stockton University and Southern Regional High School. You can follow him on twitter at @schoops1.