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Montville football puts it all together in win over Morris Catholic

DENVILLE − Joe Rehberg knows a thing or two about catching a ball. For the last two years, the Montville senior played receiver before returning to quarterback in an effort to bolster the Mustangs' offense.And just one game into the 2022 season, the move is already paying dividends.In his first varsity start under center, Rehberg accounted for 260 yards and five touchdowns - four to sophomore receiver Anthony Feaster - in Montville’s 51-21 victory over Morris Catholic on Friday in a Super Football Con...

DENVILLE − Joe Rehberg knows a thing or two about catching a ball. For the last two years, the Montville senior played receiver before returning to quarterback in an effort to bolster the Mustangs' offense.

And just one game into the 2022 season, the move is already paying dividends.

In his first varsity start under center, Rehberg accounted for 260 yards and five touchdowns - four to sophomore receiver Anthony Feaster - in Montville’s 51-21 victory over Morris Catholic on Friday in a Super Football Conference crossover game.

“This is something I’ve dreamed about ever since I was young. I battled the last two years and unfortunately it didn’t shake out the way I wanted it to,” said Rehberg, who was 14-of-20 passing.

“But I have a great coaching staff and teammates and they’ve helped me out with the transition to quarterback. I’ve played everywhere on the field from youth football to now. Playing both receiver and quarterback helped me step into the spotlight and to deliver for my team is special.”

Rehberg played a part in six of the Mustangs' seven touchdowns and his chemistry with Feaster (seven receptions) led to four scores and 181 yards of offense.

Morris Catholic (0-1) raced out to a 7-0 lead when junior lineman James Conigliaro picked off Rehberg at the Montville 28-yard line and raced in for the first score of the game halfway through the first quarter.

The Crusaders recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff, setting up a 5-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Bubba Lewis to senior receiver Ryan Osterhoudt to give the home team a 14-0 lead.

After that, it was all Montville. The Mustangs responded on the first play of the ensuing drive when Rehberg connected with Feaster on a 61-yard screen play for the first of their four touchdowns on the night.

“We were excited about playing. We tell the kids all the time that mistakes are going to happen,” Montville coach Rick DeBonta said. “It’s how you respond on the next play that matters. We responded and moved the ball down the field and things started to go our way.”

What it means

Montville (1-0) started with a win for the second straight year. The last time the Mustangs put up at least 50 points in a game was a 50-6 win over Indian Hills in the 2017 regular-season finale.

This also marked the first meeting between Montville and Morris Catholic since 2003, a 48-0 win by Montville.

Key sequence

After falling behind by 14 points in the first quarter, the Mustangs scored 35 unanswered points to finish the first half.

Running back Mike McGrath gave Montville a 21-14 lead when he scored on a five-yard run with 36 seconds left in the first quarter.

Rehberg connected with Feaster for 53 yards with 6:34 left in the first half before Rehberg closed out the scoring in the second quarter on a 14-yard keeper.

They said it

“It’s important to say that without the other nine guys on the field, excluding me and Anthony, this isn’t going to happen. I need a line to block for me. We have other guys that spread the field and set up the run. We trust the game plan and what our coaches do.” – Rehberg.

“Joe [Rehberg] has been in the mix the whole time. We’ve had some really nice quarterbacks to come through here over the years. He’s been training at quarterback the whole time. He was just too athletic to keep him off the field the last two years so we put him at receiver.” – DeBonta.

Up next

Montville hosts West Morris (1-0) on Sept. 3, the same day Morris Catholic hosts Caldwell (0-0).

Montville Public Library Offering Tech Classes

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Public Library has announced the following tech classes for September:How to Sell Stuff OnlineInstructor: Tech Librarian Michael D.How to successfully sell your things on eBay, Merkari, Etsy, Amazon Marketplace and more!Thursday, September 8, 6:45 PM | ...

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Public Library has announced the following tech classes for September:

How to Sell Stuff Online

Instructor: Tech Librarian Michael D.

How to successfully sell your things on eBay, Merkari, Etsy, Amazon Marketplace and more!

Thursday, September 8, 6:45 PM | Register.

Foolproof Password Management

Instructor: James Fitzpatrick

Too many passwords complicating your life? Learn how to simplify!

Thursday, September 22, 6:45 PM Register. or Friday, September 23, 9:30 AM Register.

iPhone Tips & Tricks

Instructor: James Fitzpatrick

Maximize the use of your iPhone with these tips and tricks. For iPhone users only.

Friday, September 30, 9:30 a.m. | Register.

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Morris Knolls football stays the course in win over Parsippany Hills

PARSIPPANY – Cole Malatesta is a quick learner.In his first full year as a starter, the Morris Knolls quarterback has already shown signs that he has a good understanding of the complex Veer Option offense, a scheme the Rockaway school has run for nearly 50 years under coach Bill Regan.The quarterback’s responsibility in the Veer is to make good reads and possess the ability to make quick decisions. It’s a position that takes time to execute and ultimately master.In just his fourth start ...

PARSIPPANY – Cole Malatesta is a quick learner.

In his first full year as a starter, the Morris Knolls quarterback has already shown signs that he has a good understanding of the complex Veer Option offense, a scheme the Rockaway school has run for nearly 50 years under coach Bill Regan.

The quarterback’s responsibility in the Veer is to make good reads and possess the ability to make quick decisions. It’s a position that takes time to execute and ultimately master.

In just his fourth start under center, the senior is playing like a seasoned veteran. On Friday, Malatesta scored two rushing touchdowns and threw for another as the Golden Eagles raced past Parsippany Hills, 37-21 in a SFC crossover.

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“I cannot do anything without my teammates. All my linemen make the reads for me,” Malatesta said. “Usually, I have to read the end and make sure when I pull I can create the offense. We all work together as a team. We’re dangerous when we’re out there.”

Morris Knolls scored on all four of its first-half possessions and held a 23-14 lead at the intermission.

Malatesta’s scored his first rushing touchdown early in the second quarter when he took a keeper in from a yard out to cap a 13-play, 80-yard drive to give the Golden Eagles a 10-0 lead with 10:30 left in the first half.

What it means

Morris Knolls starts a season 2-0 for the second time in as many years.

This was the first meeting between the schools in 11 years. The Golden Eagles improved to 3-0 against Parsippany Hills since earning back-to-back wins in 2010-11.

Key play

Following a Parsippany Hills touchdown to cut Morris Knolls’ lead to 16-14 with 1:05 left in the first half, Malatesta connected with receiver Patrick Bershefski to give the Golden Eagles a 23-14 lead just before the half to cap a three-play, 74-yard drive.

Malatesta was in on all three plays of the drive, highlighted by a 59-yard pass play to Kyle Hardie to put the Golden Eagles in Vikings territory.

By the numbers

Malatesta rushed for 86 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns and threw for 94 yards on 3 of 7 passing and one touchdown.

Wong rushed for 83 yards on 20 carries, one touchdown and had an 85-yard interception return for a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter.

Morris Knolls running back Dom DelleMonache rushed for 125 yards on 18 carries.

They said it

“Our backfield is a two-headed monster with me and Dom [DelleMonache]. If you can get to one guy, the other guy isn’t going to be stopped. We’re going to keep this train rolling throughout the season. We’re playing great football. Parsippany Hills is a good football team and we knew they were going to be physical.” – Wong

“They [Parsippany Hills] can beat you very fast. So our best deal was to put them on defense as long as possible. The more time we could take off the clock, the better of a chance we had to win the game. The theme before the game was which style was going to prevail. We knew we had to control the line of scrimmage and get first downs. We gave up a few big plays and yardage, but our defense didn’t break.” – Regan

Up next

Morris Knolls plays at Watchung Hills next Thursday

Parsippany Hills plays at Montville next Friday

North 1, Group 3 baseball roundup: Montville upsets No. 7 Old Tappan, Ramapo rallies

Despite seeing a five-run lead disappear in the fourth inning, Montville’s Ian Kaiser came through with a go-ahead RBI double and then scored on an error to lift the fourth-seeded Mustangs to a 7-5 win over top-seeded Old Tappan, No. 7 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the semifinals of the North 1, Group 3 tournament in Old Tappan.Montville (21-8) won its fifth-straight game and advanced to the sectional final for the second time in three seasons, where it will travel to face third-seeded Ramapo on Friday.It got off to a fast sta...

Despite seeing a five-run lead disappear in the fourth inning, Montville’s Ian Kaiser came through with a go-ahead RBI double and then scored on an error to lift the fourth-seeded Mustangs to a 7-5 win over top-seeded Old Tappan, No. 7 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the semifinals of the North 1, Group 3 tournament in Old Tappan.

Montville (21-8) won its fifth-straight game and advanced to the sectional final for the second time in three seasons, where it will travel to face third-seeded Ramapo on Friday.

It got off to a fast start in the first inning, as Ryan Nieskens hit a bases-clearing double to take the early 3-0 lead. It added another run in the third on Nick Park’s sacrifice fly, before making it a 5-0 game in the fourth.

But Old Tappan (26-5) struck for five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning off of Montville’s starter in Nieskens. Just two of those runs were earned though, as he finished with six strikeouts, no walks, and seven hits allowed in six innings of work.

With the top of the order at the plate in the bottom of the seventh, Montville turned to David Bettio to close out the game. Despite giving up two hits, he was able to do just that, as he induced a pop up for the final out of the game to send the Mustangs to the sectional final.

Ryan Wehrle also singled and drove in a run for Montville.

Ramapo 6, Bergenfield 3

Ramapo rallied from a two-run deficit with two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth, as the third-seeded Raiders topped seventh-seeded Bergenfield, 6-3 in the semifinals of the North 1, Group 3 tournament in Franklin Lakes.

With the win, Ramapo will host fourth-seeded Montville in the championship game on Friday.

Bergenfield (18-11) built a 3-1 lead in the third inning. D.J. Lugo led off the inning with a home run, before Joe Barlovic hit a two-run double to give the Bears the lead.

That score held until the bottom of the fifth, when Christian Cavagnaro and Connor Saslow each hit doubles, before Jack Klein drove them both in with a double of his own to tie the game up at three. Jake Lopez scored on an error to give Ramapo the lead in the sixth, before Charlie Wingfield hit a two-run home run to extend it to three.

Michael Whooley also hit a solo home run for Ramapo (18-14). Matt Fais picked up the win as he gave up three runs (two earned) on six hits, struck out seven, and walked two. Niko Logothetis pitched a scoreless seventh to close out the victory.

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Softball: Morris Knolls’ Volpi steals home in 7th to upset No. 8 Montville in N1G3 semis

With two outs in the top of the seventh inning, Alaina Volpi stole home, scoring the lone run of the game to give ninth-seeded Morris Knolls the upset victory on the road over fourth-seeded Montville, the No. 8 team in the NJ.com Top 20, 1-0, in the semifinal round of the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 tournament.After sophomore Hailey Poskonka led off the inning with a walk, pinch hitter Jessica Fox dropped down a sac bunt to advance the runner to second. Volpi came on as a pinch runner and stole third in the subsequent at-bat. A s...

With two outs in the top of the seventh inning, Alaina Volpi stole home, scoring the lone run of the game to give ninth-seeded Morris Knolls the upset victory on the road over fourth-seeded Montville, the No. 8 team in the NJ.com Top 20, 1-0, in the semifinal round of the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 tournament.

After sophomore Hailey Poskonka led off the inning with a walk, pinch hitter Jessica Fox dropped down a sac bunt to advance the runner to second. Volpi came on as a pinch runner and stole third in the subsequent at-bat. A strikeout for the second out would bring Morris Knolls to potentially its final at-bat of the season, though it wasn’t the batter that won the game, it was the runner.

Volpi took a seemingly normal lead on a pitch early in the at-bat. As the Montville catcher threw the ball back to pitcher Caitlin Olensky, the pinch runner broke for home. The threw brought the catcher slightly up the first-base line as Volpi slid in safely, securing the eventual game-winning run for Morris Knolls.

“I’d rather be aggressive there, trying to make something happen, than maybe strike out.” said Morris Knolls head coach Keith Heinemann on the decision to call for the steal in the clutch moments. “It’s the seventh inning, you’re the underdog, you’ve got to make something happen. It’s more respect for (Olensky) than anything -- how often am I going to get a girl to third?”

The bold decision paid off, as Leah Kleczkowski pitched a clean seventh inning to secure the victory and cap off a solid performance in the circle, finishing with eight strikeouts and three walks while allowing just four hits.

Kleczkowski also made what turned out to be a vital defensive play in the middle innings. With the bases loaded and Montville threatening to break the scoreless tie, Kleczkowski gobbled up a comebacker and made a quick decision to throw home, with sophomore catcher Bryce Udina throwing to first to complete the inning-ending double play.

Poskonka, who drew the walk that led to Volpi’s game-winning steal, had the lone hit of the day for Morris Knolls (17-6), which will face the winner of Wednesday’s matchup between second-seeded Roxbury and third-seeded Old Tappan in the sectional final on Friday.

Senior and University of Nebraska commit Olensky tallied 13 strikeouts and one walk, pitching a one-hitter in her final outing for Montville, which falls to 21-2 with the loss.

Olensky has put up some eye-opening performances throughout the season, including in the team’s previous contest, where she pitched an 18-strikeout no-hitter to propel Montville to its first-ever Morris County title.

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