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Ice Hockey: Results and links for Fri., Jan. 27

FRIDAY, JAN. 27ESSENTIAL LINKSBOYS TOP 20 SCOREBOARDBOYS STATEWIDE SCOREBOARDFriday, Jan. 27St. John Vianney (7-5-1) vs. Mahwah (10-5-1) at Ice Vault, 5pmNorthern Highlands (13-0-1) at Ridgewood (11-5-1), 5:15pmTenafly (6-8-1) at Lakeland (5-5-4), 6pmParamus Catholic (1-13-1) at Clifton (6-7-1), 6:45pmRidge (8-5-3) vs. Ramapo (11-3-2) at Ice Vault, 7pmParamus (8-3-3) at River Dell (5-7), 7:15pmWayne Hills (6-9-2) at Passaic Tech...

FRIDAY, JAN. 27

ESSENTIAL LINKS

BOYS TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

BOYS STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD

Friday, Jan. 27

St. John Vianney (7-5-1) vs. Mahwah (10-5-1) at Ice Vault, 5pm

Northern Highlands (13-0-1) at Ridgewood (11-5-1), 5:15pm

Tenafly (6-8-1) at Lakeland (5-5-4), 6pm

Paramus Catholic (1-13-1) at Clifton (6-7-1), 6:45pm

Ridge (8-5-3) vs. Ramapo (11-3-2) at Ice Vault, 7pm

Paramus (8-3-3) at River Dell (5-7), 7:15pm

Wayne Hills (6-9-2) at Passaic Tech (8-6-3), 8pm

Ramsey (3-7-6) at West Milford (2-10-3), 9pm

Hopewell Valley (8-6-1) vs. Robbinsville (8-5-2) at MCP, 3:30pm

Lawrenceville B (2-0-1) vs. Princeton (8-5-1) at Baker Rink, 3:45pm

Nottingham (7-4-2) vs. Paul VI (3-6-3) at Flyers Training Center, Voorhees, 4pm

Rumson-Fair Haven (6-5-4) vs. Colonia (10-0-1) at Woodbridge Community Center, 3:15pm

Mendham (8-5-1) at Monroe (11-3), 3:40pm

Old Bridge (3-7-2) vs. J.P. Stevens (0-11) at The Club at Woodbridge, 8pm

Mendham (8-5-1) at Monroe (11-3), 3:40pm

Mountain Lakes (0-10) vs. Kinnelon (9-3-1) at Skylands, 4:40pm

Gill St. Bernard's (2-6-2) at Whippany Park (7-6-3), 5:45pm

Morristown-Beard (6-9) vs. Pingry (8-4-1) at Bridgewater Sports Arena, 6:20pm

Madison (3-12) vs. Howell (11-2-5) at HIW, 6:45pm

Cranford (7-4-2) at Middletown North (7-5-4), 3pm

West Essex (10-3-2) vs. Summit (7-4-6) at Union Sports Arena, 4:10pm

Millburn (7-7) at Kearny (4-12), 5:15pm

Nutley (4-10-2) at Montclair (4-8), 5:45pm

Westfield (7-5-2) at Verona (5-4-3), 6:30pm

Cranford (7-4-2) at Middletown North (7-5-4), 3pm

Rumson-Fair Haven (6-5-4) vs. Colonia (10-0-1) at Woodbridge Community Center, 3:15pm

Red Bank Regional (1-15) vs. Lacey (6-7) at Winding River, 4pm

Manasquan (5-8-1) vs. Jackson Liberty (6-3-1) at Howell Ice World, 4:40pm

St. John Vianney (7-5-1) vs. Mahwah (10-5-1) at Ice Vault, 5pm

Freehold Township (8-3-1) vs. Brick Township (12-2-1) at The Ice Palace, Brick NJ, 5:45pm

Southern (5-7) at Freehold Borough (5-7), 5:45pm

Toms River East (12-4) vs. Central Regional (7-6-2) at winding river, 6pm

Manalapan (8-2-2) vs. Wall (8-8) at Jersey Shore Arena, 6:20pm

Madison (3-12) vs. Howell (11-2-5) at HIW, 6:45pm

Marlboro (3-13) vs. St. Rose (0-12-1) at Jersey Shore Arena, 8:10pm

Morristown-Beard (6-9) vs. Pingry (8-4-1) at Bridgewater Sports Arena, 6:20pm

Ridge (8-5-3) vs. Ramapo (11-3-2) at Ice Vault, 7pm

Bridgewater-Raritan (4-8-1) at Hunterdon Central (5-3-4), 8pm

Lawrenceville B (2-0-1) vs. Princeton (8-5-1) at Baker Rink, 3:45pm

Wyoming Seminary (PA) at Hun (3-6), 6:50pm

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Girls Basketball: Results, photos, coverage, and links for Thursday, Jan. 26

THURSDAY, JAN. 26FEATURED COVERAGEWoodstown 45, Gloucester Catholic 40 (OT)No. 4 Red Bank Catholic 56, Rumson-Fair Haven 42Toms River North 38, Toms River East 23COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARDTOP 20 SCOREBOARDSTATEWIDE SCHEDULEThursday, Jan. 26Mount St. Dominic 51, Belleville 9 - Box ScoreDePaul 44, Eastern Christian 18...

THURSDAY, JAN. 26

FEATURED COVERAGE

Woodstown 45, Gloucester Catholic 40 (OT)

No. 4 Red Bank Catholic 56, Rumson-Fair Haven 42

Toms River North 38, Toms River East 23

COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCHEDULE

Thursday, Jan. 26

Mount St. Dominic 51, Belleville 9 - Box Score

DePaul 44, Eastern Christian 18 - Box Score

BCSL

BIG NORTH

Wayne Hills 39, Jefferson 37 - Box Score

COLONIAL

CVC

GMC

Iselin Kennedy 47, Perth Amboy 35 - Box Score

St. Benedict's 63, Piscataway 57 - Box Score

Keansburg 50, Somerset Tech 40 - Box Score

Woodbridge 60, South Plainfield 54 - Box Score

St. Thomas Aquinas 68, Monroe 55 - Box Score

East Brunswick 63, Colonia 56 - Box Score

HCIAL

Kearny 37, Hudson Catholic 35 - Box Score

Bayonne 73, Paterson Eastside 42 - Box Score

Secaucus 66, St. Dominic 35 - Box Score

Hoboken 44, University Charter 8 - Box Score

NJAC

North Warren 50, Wallkill Valley 47 - Box Score

Kinnelon 36, Morristown-Beard 35 - Box Score

Wayne Hills 39, Jefferson 37 - Box Score

Roxbury 38, Delaware Valley 27 - Box Score

NJIC

Morris Tech 59, Butler 42 - Box Score

Secaucus 66, St. Dominic 35 - Box Score

Ridgefield 34, St. Mary (Ruth.) 27 - Box Score

Weehawken 46, Palisades Park 11 - Box Score

OLYMPIC

Eastern 46, Cherry Hill East 38 - Box Score

Lawrenceville 63, Rancocas Valley 43 - Box Score

Allentown 42, Bishop Eustace 22 - Box Score

Cherokee 42, Lenape 24 - Box Score

SEC

New Providence 44, Columbia 35 - Box Score

Caldwell 50, West Caldwell Tech 25 - Box Score

Abundant Life 44, Newark Tech 35 - Box Score

Newark Central 57, Ramapo 51 - Box Score

SHORE

Freehold Borough 39, Raritan 32 - Box Score

St. Rose 67, Ranney 35 - Box Score

Keyport 37, Academy for Urban Leadership Charter 4 - Box Score

Shore 56, Monmouth 33 - Box Score

St. John Vianney 71, Holmdel 34 - Box Score

Red Bank Regional 61, Middletown South 48 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Beach 52, Toms River South 35 - Box Score

Keansburg 50, Somerset Tech 40 - Box Score

Manchester Township 58, Brick Memorial 44 - Box Score

Freehold Township 66, Manalapan 39 - Box Score

Colts Neck 51, Middletown North 33 - Box Score

Trinity Hall 66, Donovan Catholic 30 - Box Score

Red Bank Catholic 56, Rumson-Fair Haven 42 - Box Score

Toms River North 38, Toms River East 23 - Box Score

SKYLAND

Mount St. Mary 48, Voorhees 36 - Box Score

Hillsborough 57, Hunterdon Central 34 - Box Score

South Hunterdon 49, Manville 33 - Box Score

Phillipsburg 48, North Hunterdon 43 - Box Score

Warren Hills 48, Bound Brook 34 - Box Score

Watchung Hills 45, Montgomery 24 - Box Score

Roxbury 38, Delaware Valley 27 - Box Score

Gill St. Bernard's 74, Franklin 42 - Box Score

Rutgers Prep 80, Bridgewater-Raritan 19 - Box Score

TRI-COUNTY

Washington Township 48, Deptford 10 - Box Score

Gloucester Tech 49, Cumberland 38 - Box Score

Woodstown 45, Gloucester Catholic 40 - Box Score

Williamstown 55, Timber Creek 43 - Box Score

UCC

Plainfield 51, Union Catholic 39 - Box Score

Elizabeth 55, Gov. Livingston 21 - Box Score

Union 31, Linden 26 - Box Score

Roselle Catholic 70, Oak Knoll 53 - Box Score

Hillside 52, Roselle 37 - Box Score

New Providence 44, Columbia 35 - Box Score

Johnson 39, Kent Place 21 - Box Score

Cranford 51, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 39 - Box Score

Independent

Veritas Christian 46, Trinity Christian 24 - Box Score

Keyport 37, Academy for Urban Leadership Charter 4 - Box Score

St. Benedict's 63, Piscataway 57 - Box Score

Lawrenceville 63, Rancocas Valley 43 - Box Score

Holy Cross Prep 60, Princeton Day 27 - Box Score

Abundant Life 44, Newark Tech 35 - Box Score

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Boys Basketball: West Morris earns top spot for upcoming Morris County Tournament

West Morris had a 10-game winning streak snapped by Delaware Valley on Saturday, though remains undefeated this season against Morris County competition.The seeding committee for the Morris County Tournament obviously suspects the Wolfpack can stay that way behind the steady play of Jack Leonard, Michael Amador, Eli Stoute, Nick Rotundo and Matt Mancini.West Morris (14-2) will seek its third MCT title in five years, first since 2020, as the No. 1 seed for the tournament, ahead of reigning champion Delbarton (10-3) at No. 2, Cha...

West Morris had a 10-game winning streak snapped by Delaware Valley on Saturday, though remains undefeated this season against Morris County competition.

The seeding committee for the Morris County Tournament obviously suspects the Wolfpack can stay that way behind the steady play of Jack Leonard, Michael Amador, Eli Stoute, Nick Rotundo and Matt Mancini.

West Morris (14-2) will seek its third MCT title in five years, first since 2020, as the No. 1 seed for the tournament, ahead of reigning champion Delbarton (10-3) at No. 2, Chatham (11-2) at No. 3 and 2022 runner-up Pequannock (12-2) at No. 4.

Those four, No. 5 Mendham (10-5) and No. 6 Jefferson (10-2) all receive byes until the Feb. 2 first round while 20 other teams will vie for the right to advance to that first round with preliminary-round contests.

Those preliminary games are to be played by Saturday at the court of the higher seed. The eight first-round games also will be conducted at the higher seed’s courts, and then it is onto Randolph for the Feb. 4 quarterfinals. The semifinals are Feb. 11 at County College of Morris in Randolph, and the Feb. 18 final also at CCM s usual.

(To be played by Jan. 28)

26-Morris County Tech at 7-Morris Catholic

25-Morristown-Beard at 8-Morris Knolls

24-Whippany Park at 9-Madison

23-Parsippany at 10-Morris Hills

22-Dover at 11-Morristown; winner at 6-Jefferson

21-Butler at 12-Randolph; winner at 5-Mendham

20-Mountain Lakes at 13-Hanover Park; winner at 4-Pequannock

19-Mount Olive at 14-Roxbury; winner at 3-Chatham

18-Boonton at 15-Kinnelon; winner at 2-Delbarton

17-Montville at 16-Parsippany Hills; winner at 1-West Morris

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Kinnelon football grinds out win over Pequannock in rivalry showdown

KINNELON – Kinnelon used an old-school formula to get the job done.The Colts ran the ball, burned the clock and kept the opposing offense off the field to defeat rival Pequannock, 19-7, on Friday in a SFC National Blue showdown at Spiros Sports Complex.Running backs Justin Tilton, Liam Parrella and Lex Lucas each scored a touchdown as Kinnelon evened its record at 3-3 to move into a three-way tie in the division standings with two games left in the regular season. Pequannock dipped to 3-3.“Mana...

KINNELON – Kinnelon used an old-school formula to get the job done.

The Colts ran the ball, burned the clock and kept the opposing offense off the field to defeat rival Pequannock, 19-7, on Friday in a SFC National Blue showdown at Spiros Sports Complex.

Running backs Justin Tilton, Liam Parrella and Lex Lucas each scored a touchdown as Kinnelon evened its record at 3-3 to move into a three-way tie in the division standings with two games left in the regular season. Pequannock dipped to 3-3.

“Managing the clock has been our game plan all season. The records really didn’t match up, but this is a rivalry game,” Tilton said. “We brought our best tonight. We executed tonight.

“Morale is really high right now and we feel good about this rivalry win. We have two more games and we have to win out and see what happens.”

Check out the photo gallery, then continue reading.

Kinnelon dominated the time of possession and ran 61 plays compared to Pequannock’s 32 plays.

The Colts went up 6-0 when Tilton raced nine yards to cap a six-play, 68-yard drive on the opening drive with 8:34 left in the first quarter.

Pequannock took a one-point lead in the closing seconds of the first quarter when Dennis Jarensky barreled in from two yards out.

But Kinnelon dominated the clock in the second quarter, running 17 plays and eating up more than 10 minutes before Parrella scored from a yard out to put the Colts up 13-7 with 1:33 left in the first half.

“We’re a power running team,” Kinnelon first-year coach Dustin Grande said. “We’re creating an identity here. We want to pound the rock and that’s what we’re trying to do.”

What it means

Kinnelon is now tied for first place in the SFC National Blue standings with Pequannock and North Warren. The Colts control their own destiny, having defeated North Warren on Sept. 23 and now Pequannock.

Kinnelon is also .500 for the first time since the 2016 season.

By the numbers

Tilton rushed for 66 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown.

Lucas rushed for 78 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown.

Parrella rushed for 74 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown.

They said it

“We preach one team, one family. That goes beyond our football team. We’re trying to incorporate everyone – the band, the fans, the youth program and the student body. We’re changing the culture here. We have an opportunity to do something special here for years to come.” – Grande

“Coach Grande built a scheme to run the ball and that’s what we did. We have a new field, a new coach and a new start. We want to continue to pound the rock and keep winning.” – Lucas

Up next

Kinnelon plays at Whippany Park next Friday.

Pequannock hosts Hanover Park next Friday.

Football: Lex Lucas leads Kinnelon over Park Ridge in North 1, Group 1

Lex Lucas scored the tying touchdown while Justin Tilton ran in the 2-point conversion as eighth-seeded Kinnelon upended top-seeded Park Ridge, 36-34, in the quarterfinal round of the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1, state playoffs in Park Ridge.Kinnelon (6-3) will face fourth-seeded Brearley in the semifinal round next Friday.Trailing 34-28 with about two minutes to play, Lucas ran 44 yards to knot the score while Tilton sealed the victory with a 2-point conversion, his third of the night.Ti...

Lex Lucas scored the tying touchdown while Justin Tilton ran in the 2-point conversion as eighth-seeded Kinnelon upended top-seeded Park Ridge, 36-34, in the quarterfinal round of the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1, state playoffs in Park Ridge.

Kinnelon (6-3) will face fourth-seeded Brearley in the semifinal round next Friday.

Trailing 34-28 with about two minutes to play, Lucas ran 44 yards to knot the score while Tilton sealed the victory with a 2-point conversion, his third of the night.

Tilton also scored the first touchdown of the game on a 1-yard run for a brief 6-0 advantage before Park Ridge (6-3) tied the score on a 45-yard run.

Lucas then scored his first of three touchdowns on a 3-yard run while Zach Grande ran in the 2-point conversion. Kinnelon was up, 14-12, at halftime.

Zach Grande, a sophomore, opened scoring the third quarter with a 1-yard keeper after the Colts recovered an onsides kick.

It was back and forth until the final minutes with Park Ridge pulling ahead with 2:34 to play but Lucas scored again seconds later for the win.

Park Ridge was fighting back in the final seconds when defensive end Ryan Sullivan sacked the quarterback on a fourth and 15 play to end the challenge.

This is the first playoff win for new head coach Dustin Grande, who never coached football at the high school level before. Zach Grande is his son.

“I told the players we have an opportunity to change the culture at Kinnelon and become perennial playoff contenders with this game,” he said.

And they did.

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