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Football: LIVE UPDATES, results and links for Week 3

NJ.com's one-stop shop for all New Jersey football coverage this week/

WEEK 3 KEY LINKS
Week 3 mega-coverage guide
The NJ.com Top 20
Statewide picks and schedule

Week 3 schedule/scoreboard
30 must-see games
22 bold predictions 
• PLUS: Week 2 hot takes


WK. 3 HOT TAKES: Streak busting, record-breaking Friday


SATURDAY'S LIVE COVERAGE
Delbarton at No. 7 Pope John, 1
No. 2 St. Peter’s Prep at Seton Hall Prep, 1
Ocean City at Cedar Creek, 1
• No. 18 River Dell at Westwood, 2
No. 12 Vineland at Egg Harbor, 7

FRIDAY'S FEATURED GAMES
No. 3 Bergen Catholic 31, No. 5 Paramus Catholic 14 
McKenzie-led BC makes statement
Photo gallery
 Look back at live updates
Box score

Piscataway 28, South Brunswick 14
Juwon Jackson rushes for 196 yards, 3 TDs
 WATCH Jaylan Lawrence's ridiculous TD catch
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Box score

North Bergen 21, Bloomfield 0 
Smash-mouth football sparks 3-0 start
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Box score

Elizabeth 42, Union 26 
Big-play offense decides it
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Box score

No. 8 Millville 25, St. Augustine 23 
Streak ends on 92-yard drive
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Box score

Mount Olive 61, High Point 27
Flawless offense in high gear
 Look back at live updates
Box score

Triton 45, Cumberland 34 
Gian Licketto runs for 242 yards, 5 TDs
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Box score

Hunterdon Central 36, Montgomery 23 
Jack Kovi is two-way standout
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Box score

Dickinson 34, Kearny 21
Elijah Payton leads way
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Box score

Cedar Grove 28, Verona 7
Ventola, air game lead way
Box score

Notre Dame 41, Hopewell Valley 21 
Williams twins rush for 475 yards
Box score

No. 13 Rancocas Valley 38, Trenton 6
RV balance too much for Tornadoes
Box score

Allentown 34, Northern Burlington 14
Freshman Merkel piles up 272 yards, 4 TDs
Box score

Hamilton West 30, West Windsor-Plainsboro South 7
Tom Hoglen earns 100th victory
Box score

New Egypt 43, Palmyra 35
• Game story
Box score

Woodstown 27, Glassboro 6
Wolverines pile up 400 yards on ground
Box score

Moorestown 34, Highland 28
Special teams plays are critical
Box score

Phillipsburg 30, No. 16 Bridgewater-Raritan 7
24-game winning streak snapped
Box score

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD
Friday
No. 3 Bergen Catholic 31, No. 5 Paramus Catholic 14
No. 4 DePaul 42, No. 10 Don Bosco Prep 17
No. 6 Timber Creek 45, Clearview 7
No. 8 Millville 25, St. Augustine 23
Smyrna (Del.) 30, No. 9 Irvington 18
No. 11 Lenape 47, Burlington Township 0
No. 13 Rancocas Valley 38, Trenton 6
Phillipsburg 30, No. 16 Bridgewater-Raritan 7
No. 19 Westfield 23, Franklin 7
Saturday
• No. 2 St. Peter's Prep at Seton Hall Prep, 1
• No. 7 Pope John vs. Delbarton, 1
• No. 12 Vineland at Egg Harbor, 7
• No. 14 Manalapan vs. Old Bridge, 1
• No. 17 Red Bank Catholic at Ocean Township, 1
• No. 18 River Dell at Westwood, 1
• No. 20 Howell vs. Middletown North, 6:30

SATURDAY'S FEATURED GAMES

No. 2 St. Peter’s Prep at Seton Hall Prep, 1
SHP views St. Peter's as a mold for football success
Live updates
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

No. 7 Pope John vs. Delbarton, 1
Live updates
• Game story
• Box score

No. 18 River Dell at Westwood, 2
• Live updates
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

Ocean City at Cedar Creek, 1
Live updates
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

No. 12 Vineland at Egg Harbor, 7
Live updates
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

West Essex at Orange, 1
• Recap
Photo gallery
• Box score

BC High (Mass.) at Hudson Catholic, 12
• Game story
• Box score

Ewing at Nottingham, 12
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

Salem at Penns Grove, 12
Explosive Penns Grove ready to take on rival Salem
Live updates
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

Pemberton at Steinert, 12
• Game story
Photo gallery
• Box score

Pingry at Pennington, 1:30
• Game story
• Box score

St. Joseph (Ottawa) at Peddie, 2
• Game story
• Box score

Lawrence at Hightstown, 7
• Game story
• Box score

Gateway at Paulsboro, 11
• Game story
• Box score

Clayton at Gloucester Catholic, 11
• Game story
• Box score

COMPLETE STATEWIDE SCHEDULE/SCOREBOARD

Jeremy Schneider may be reached at jschneider@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @J_Schneider. Find NJ.com on Facebook.



Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:30:00 UTC


Week 3 football hot takes: A streak-busting, record-breaking Friday night

A look at the statement wins and big individual performances from Week 3 in New Jersey high school football



Sat, 23 Sep 2017 12:28:00 UTC


More wit and wisdom from Asm. Parker Space, R-Sussex | Editorial

"You can put that on the record," he said into a phone recorder. "She is (an) elitist 1 percenter, an elitist who's a bitch." Watch video

The sitting president has given the imprimatur of a major political party to misogyny and sexist vulgarity, which is probably the main reason why New Jersey still allows people like Parker Space to park his pants at a desk in the state Assembly.

The pride of Sussex County delights in spreading the polluted Trumpian culture by sharing whatever nugget crosses his mind - such as taunting Facebook users by publicly fondling a Confederate flag ("Hope no one is offended! LOL."), calling for public executions of drug dealers, and claiming that a Colorado city was filled with drug-addicted "zombies" even though he's never been there.

Now the happy troglodyte has been caught on tape referring to his Democratic opponent Kate Matteson as a "bitch" - three times in 33 seconds, in fact - and Space has neither apologized nor explained what it was about this mother of four young and probably baffled girls that led to his learned deduction.

The word has caused a mostly partisan stir, with some Democrats calling for his resignation, but they should not be surprised by Space's deprecation of a person he hardly knows.

His voting record, in fact, reflects a conspicuous contempt for women: 

  • There was a bill last year that restored the funding for women's health clinics - providing cancer screenings, birth control, STD testing, etc. Space voted no.
  • companion bill would have provided family planning coverage for thousands of low-income women. Space voted no.
  • A bipartisan bill from February sought to expand infertility coverage under certain insurance plans, providing benefits for women denied under their own plan. It passed by a 58-6 vote in the Assembly. Space was one of the six nays.
  • There was a proposal in November that protected domestic violence victims by restricting firearm access for their assailants. Only two of the 80 members of the Assembly voted against it. Space was one of the two.
  • In March 2016, there was a vote to promote equal pay for women and eradicate employment discrimination, delivering some measure of economic security and justice. It passed easily, 54-14. Space voted no.

These are but a few examples, though one assumes this lawmaker isn't exactly steeped in policy issues that relate to women.

NJ Assemblyman seeks safe space for Confederate flag fetish | Editorial

New Jersey has had many needless debates over women's health. It is not one of our proudest boasts.

We have a governor who placed this priority below his own presidential ambition - first by defunding clinics that provided prenatal care and cancer screenings, then lying about how it was for budgetary reasons, and then gloating that it was really about his pro-life belief after he hit the campaign trail.

Such antagonism toward something as sacrosanct as reproductive health should be tattooed on the memory of all voters, not just women who have been called the B-word.

Because if you think Space is capable of redemption, here's a clue: "I will resign when every Democratic legislator and every Democratic candidate up to and including Phil Murphy, take a polygraph to determine whether or not they have ever used the same word," he said. "Afterwards, we can all resign together."

In the political box of hammers he occupies, that's checkmate, apparently.

True, the existence of people like Trump and Space lends little credence to the old political shibboleth, "If only people knew the truth, they'd do the right thing." And the denizens of the 24th District (Sussex and Warren) probably aren't alarmed when a third-term back-bencher like Space spits out a term that has been used to demean women since the 15th century.

But if they agree that his use of this word reflects a troubling disrespect for half the population, they should put this enlightened gentleman on a bus.

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Fri, 22 Sep 2017 22:00:00 UTC


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A look at the top trends, players and teams through Sept. 21.



Fri, 22 Sep 2017 17:12:00 UTC


N.J. football Week 3 mega-coverage guide: Everything you need for the games

Your one-stop shop for Week 3.

Below is NJ.com's mega-coverage guide for Week 3. Keep track of schedules, predictions, previews, features and breaking news from around the state all the way up until kickoff.

ESSENTIALS 
LIVE updates, results & links for Week 3
Bold predictions for Week 3

30 must-see games for Week 3
Week 3 schedule/scoreboard
• Schedule/scoreboard by conference
• Statewide stat leaders through Week 2
 Power points updated through Week 2


FEATUED: Best of both worlds - N.J.'s top dual-threat QBs


RANKINGS 
Top 20
• Group and conference rankings

PICKS 
NJ.com predicts every winner in the state
•  Scores and predictions for Top 20 teams
Picks for each of N.J.'s six conferences

MUST-READ CONTENT  
Poaching players? Don Bosco accuses St. Joseph (Mont.)

Delsea, Freehold Borough forfeit games for using ineligible players
Streak busted: Newark East Side ends 5-year, 55-game skid
• Mailbag: NJ.com's reporters answer your N.J. football questions

Ahead of Week 3 game, Seton Hall views St. Peter's as mold for success

Brothers, DePaul grads are adversaries when RU plays Nebraska
Video replay for HS football? Refs, NJSIAA weigh options
Playing football before age 12 has harmful effects, new study says 
BC in Cali: Behind-the-scenes look at Bergen Catholic's trip
•  Previewing Hightstown vs. Lawrence
North Hunterdon, Voorhees making history  
Hun's Holly, Steinert's Ali named POTW by Trenton Times 
Which N.J. alums shined during Week 3 of college football?

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK 2 
Results and links for Week 2
36 standouts who shined during Week 2 
Hot takes from Week 2: Key results and performances

Week 2 stat leaders 
•  Best photos from Week 2

RECRUITING NEWS  
Exclusive: DePaul's Kris Banks decommits from Boston College
NJ.com Top 50 football roundup: In-season recruiting continues
In-depth with 4-star QB, N.J. native Artur Sitkowski after Rutgers visit 
Ranking Rutgers' top football recruiters: Who's No. 1 in Piscataway? 

Pat Lanni may be reached at planni@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @PatLanniHS. Like NJ.com High School Sports on Facebook.



Fri, 22 Sep 2017 15:10:00 UTC