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No. 3 CBA gradually finds its legs, edges No. 2 Don Bosco, 3-2

Josh Scharf’s junior year didn’t exactly go as planned. After trying out for the team last winter, he was sent home, but instead of calling it quits, he put in the time and effort to make sure it didn’t happen again entering his senior season. He called coach Ryan Bogan asking him if he would get another chance in tryouts. The response was a yes, as long as he was going to go out there and give it his all. Scharf did just that and worked his way into the Christian Brothers lineup and Wednesday night it paid big dividends. Just 22 seconds after Don Bosco had tied it early in the third period, Scharf found himself in the right place at the right time. “It was a 2-on-1 and I went for a pass off the blocker,” he said. “It just trickled in. It was a lucky break, but we’ll take it.” The goal with 13:26 to play in the third was not only his first career varsity goal, but it stood as the game winner in a 3-2 victory for Christian Brothers, No. 3 in the NJ.com Top 20, over No. 2 Don Bosco at Jersey Shore Arena in Wall. “He’s always been a smart player,” Bogan said. “We knew that in JV. He was just a little undersized. He has deceptive speed and he doesn’t necessarily always use it, but he always seems to be in the right place.” It was the third time in the game Christian Brothers had taken a one-goal lead. Don Bosco did everything it could to find the tying goal, but Jake Brown and the defensive unit in front of him was solid, particularly while killing off an interference penalty in the final three minutes. In all, Don Bosco fired 41 shots at Brown, but he turned aside 39. “Jake Brown has been playing stellar,” said Giovanni Crepaldi, who scored twice. “He really bailed us out tonight. They had plenty of opportunities and he was right on his game and it helped us pull off the win.” Many of those saves came in the first half of the game, when Don Bosco was carrying the play. He turned aside Tyler Sedlak and Robbie Greenleaf on separate breakaways in an 18-save performance in the opening frame. “We were probably nervous with a lot of young guys in the room,” Bogan said. “We really weren’t skating that well. First period if it wasn’t for Jake we should’ve been behind. Once we started to get the game to go 5-on-5 and things settled down I thought we started to play more of our style of hockey.” Crepaldi broke the scoreless tie with 6:49 remaining in the second, as he took the pass from Peter Vallebuona and snapped a shot from the face-off dot that beat Max Schwarz on the glove side. “That’s when the butterflies start coming,” Crepaldi said. “You’re going and going and going and it feels great inside. They tied it up but I told the guys to keep playing and the opportunities were going to come. I got a second opportunity on the power play and put it in.” Thomas Schweighardt tied the game 1:54 after Crepaldi opened the scoring after finishing a great play by Sedlak, but Crepaldi struck again 2:06 later. He took the puck in nearly the same spot and ripped a perfect shot off the crossbar and in for a power-play goal. After being outshot by 13 in the opening period, Christian Brothers found its game in the final two, only getting outshot 23-22. “We told each other we had to play man-to-man a little tighter in the zone because we were letting guys on the back door loose,” Crepaldi explained. “Once we started covering them we turned our chances in the defensive zone into odd-man rushes for us in the offensive zone and it worked out.” CJ Cummings and Patrick McHugh each added an assist. Schwarz stopped 24 shots in the loss for Don Bosco, which suffered defeat in a regular season game for the first time since February 1, 2017. Liam McLinskey tied the game 72 seconds into the third period on a terrific individual effort up the left wing. Sedlak also assisted on that goal. McLinskey collected the secondary assist on Don Bosco’s first goal of the game. ...

12/5/2018

Seton Hall Prep (1) at Don Bosco Prep (5)

Max Schwarz had 21 saves for Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, to lead his team to a 5-1 victory over No. 6 Seton Hall Prep, 5-1 at the Ice Vault in Wayne. The only goal the senior allowed was a second-period power-play goal by Seton Hall’s Phil Feinberg. Five players scored for Don Bosco, starting with first period goals by senior forwards Liam McLinskey and Michael Forgione. The game remained close until halfway through the third period when Tyler Sedlak scored with 8:41 left in the game to give Don Bosco a 3-1 lead. Troy Clement and Damien Carfagna scored the other goals for Don Bosco....

11/28/2018

Gloucester Catholic (1) at Don Bosco Prep (4)

Tyler Sedlak netted two goals as Don Bosco Prep, for now No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated No. 13 Gloucester Catholic, 4-1, at Ice Vault in Wayne. Zach Hammond scored off passes Connor Sedlak and Damien Carfagna to give the Ironmen a 1-0 first period lead. Then, Will Fortescue sandwiched in a score in between Tyler Sedlak's two goals. Liam McLinskey added two assists on the day for Don Bosco while Mike Forgione also had an assist. For Gloucester Catholic, Connor Milliken found the back of the cage off an assist from PJ DeMetrio with 6:01 to go in the third. Prep goalie Max Schwarz made 25 saves in the game while Catholic's net minder Chris Liscio made 35....

11/26/2018

No. 2 Don Bosco moves forward, tops No. 1 Delbarton in season opener

After falling short against Delbarton in the Non-Public state final for the past two seasons, Don Bosco Prep coach Greg Toskos had a very simple message for his team ahead of Saturday's rematch between the two on opening day. "We basically said that the door is closed on last year," Toskos said. "Last year happened, the door just shut at 6:00 or 5:00, and the new season starts. They’ve got new players, we’ve got new players, and it’s a big game, of course. It’s a Gordon Conference game, it’s two huge points, it’s absolutely a huge game. But we eliminated last year at about 5:00 today.” And for an hour-and-a-half on Saturday evening, Don Bosco's play on the ice looked like that of a team ready to move on from past heartbreak. The Ironmen, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, struck twice in the first period and held steady for the rest of the game to earn a 3-1 win over No. 1 Delbarton at the Ice Vault in Wayne in the season opener for both squads. “It’s just another two points, but it’s probably one of the best teams in our conference and the state," defenseman T.J. Schweighardt, who scored twice, said. "We always have trouble with them every year. To get the two points is huge.” Both teams went into the 2018-19 season having to replace a fair amount of talent from last season. Don Bosco (1-0) graduated last year's NJ.com Player of the Year in Mickey Burns along with an All-State defenseman in John Campomenosi, while Delbarton (0-1) lost key pieces such as Jalen Kaplan and Nick Siffringer. But what wasn't lost was the intensity on the ice between the two rivals, which have faced each other seven times in the past two seasons prior to Saturday's matchup. The final shots on goal tally represented a fairly even game, with Don Bosco holding a 27-24 advantage, and the game included a very physical tone with several big hits by both teams. In the early part of the game, it was Don Bosco which had the better of the play, beginning with Schweighardt's tone-setting power play goal just 4:17 into the game. The goal came just five seconds prior to the early power play expiring. “Hunter McGee gave me a pass across ice, it was a little in front of me and I didn’t think I was going to get it," Schweighardt said. "The defenseman didn’t step, I just poked it away and made a nice move and went five-hole.” Don Bosco carried a two-goal lead into the second period after Mark Garfinkel scored late in the first period. Delbarton appeared to find its game a bit more in the second, and it was finally rewarded when James Falivene scored off a feed from Michael Balzarotti to cut the deficit in half with 9:06 to go. The momentum appeared to shift towards Delbarton after that goal, and it came close to tying it up on a couple of occasions. But all of the momentum it built up was quickly washed away with 5:17 to go in the second, when Liam McLinskey made a perfect drop pass to a wide-open Schweighart on a 3-on-2. Schweighart scored top-shelf, and restored the two-goal advantage. Schweighardt's play not just offensively, but in his own end with steady defensive play which included some key blocked shots, was key for Don Bosco throughout the game. “That shot in the second period, (the difference between) 2-1 or 3-1 makes it a much different game. He killed their momentum with that goal, it was a beautiful shot," Toskos said. "But more importantly as a defenseman, his shot blocking was awesome. His outlet passes were awesome. He moves the puck great.” However, Delbarton did all it could in the third period to get back into the game. The Green Wave had several big opportunities in front- including a pair of quality chances in a span of 10 seconds from James Monahan and Balzarotti- but Don Bosco goalie Max Schwarz was equal to the task and made some important saves to preserve the lead. He finished with a total of 23 saves on 24 shots. While the team tried to block out memories from last year's 4-2 loss in the state final at the Prudential Center, this game had some extra importance for Schwarz specifically. During the state final, Schwarz was battling an illness and still managed to make some big saves for his team in that game. The opportunity to play Delbarton again in his first high school game since that March afternoon was certainly not one the senior was going to let slip away. “Ever since we lost in states to Delbarton, I’ve been dreaming of meeting them again," Schwarz said. "It just feels so good to finally beat them and be 100 percent.”...

11/24/2018

Bergen Catholic beats rival Don Bosco, 35-17, advances to 2018 state championship

The big plays, particularly in this storied Bergen Catholic-Don Bosco Prep rivalry, Vito Campanile said, change a game's momentum like none other. "You saw the first game with these guys," Bergen Catholic's coach said of his team's one-point win over the Ironmen in the regular season. "When someone makes a play, it's not like, 'Oh, someone made a play.' It's like an avalanche of momentum. Any time one happens, the place just goes off the Richter Scale." On Saturday, with the stakes that much higher in the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics Non-Public Group 4 semifinals against rival Don Bosco Prep, the big plays came fast and furiously for Bergen Catholic over the final 26 minutes. The bracket's top seed, defending champion and No. 1-ranked team in the NJ.com erased a 10-point, first-half deficit and erupted for 28 points after halftime to pull away from the fourth-seeded Ironmen en route a 35-17 win to clinch its spot back in MetLife Stadium for next week's state final against St. Joseph (Mont.). From Pierson Tobia's momentum-swinging interception just before halftime -- which led to an Andrew Boel-to-Tyler Devera 23-yard TD with 1:40 left before the break -- to Jeremiah Grant's smothering INT at the line midway through the third to Rahmir Johnson's pair of long TD runs of 44 and 62 yards in the second half to A.J. Longo's recovered fumble, on a sack/fumble by Grant, in the end zone, Bergen Catholic delivered more punches than its opponent Saturday in Oradell. And while those plays all factored heavily into Bergen Catholic's third straight win over Don Bosco Prep, the 71st installment of this heated rivalry might be most remembered years from now as "The Anthony Corbin Fake Punt Game." The two teams had exchanged a handful of blows early in the second half. Don Bosco's Jason Haber had a big INT (two plays after a BC 57-yard TD was called back), Grant had his INT and Johnson gave Bergen Catholic its first lead, 14-10, with his 44-yard TD run with 7:51 left in the third. The lead, however, would be short-lived when Don Bosco's Kyle Monangai, who formerly played for Campanile at Seton Hall Prep, broke a 56-yard TD run just 2:31 later, racing down the Bergen Catholic sideline right in front of his former coach. Don Bosco had regained the lead -- and the momentum -- and was about to get the ball back after forcing a three-and-out with just over four minutes left in the third. Or so it seemed. The initial call from Campanile, facing a 4th-and-8 at his own 22 and trailing by three, was to punt it away. Spotting an alignment that he thought Bergen Catholic could exploit, though, Campanile shouted the audible to the upback, Corbin, and history ensued. Corbin took the direct snap and bolted 78 yards to the house, racing toward -- and eventually celebrating with -- the Crusader Crazies, following the third-longest postseason touchdown run since 1998 in the Bosco-Bergen rivalry. "It's pretty much just getting the ball, seeing the hole then seeing the punt returner 40 yards away," Corbin said. "I see him and know I've got to make him miss. And that's what I did. It was a huge game-changer and exactly the way I would've pictured it. Getting to celebrate in the end zone with my friends, my family... it doesn't get better than that." There was no hesitation from Campanile once he saw the matchup he liked -- and he green-lighted a call that will forever live in Bergen-Bosco lore. "I've been in a lot of games," Campanile said, "and you can't be afraid not to lose. You've got to play to win. I think my brother Nunzio said it best, a play like that is about having confidence in your players and having faith in your players. We've got to let the players play. We pushed some right buttons today." It was Corbin's third fake punt run for a TD in the last two years, with Corbin finding paydirt on the same calls at Mater Dei (Calif.) and in the Non-Public Group 4 final last year against St. Peter's Prep. "The thing with Ant is, he's such a smart kid," Campanile said. "And that was actually Nunz's fake punt. The same one he had last year. We said if we got eight up and two inside, which we did, we were going to check it on the field. I yelled for the call and he hit it. And man, did he hit it or what?" From there, the Bergen Catholic defense went to work. John High and Jeremiah Grant registered a third-down and drive-ending sack on Don Bosco Prep's ensuing possession. Johnson, moments later, broke his 62-yard touchdown run with 30 seconds left in the third to put Bergen Catholic ahead, 28-17. Johnson, who became Bergen Catholic's first 1,000-yard running back since 2007, finished with 17 carries for 155 yards and two touchdowns. "He's a man," Campanile said. "I've never had a guy that's such a quiet leader the way he is. What he does with the younger guys... I mean, you say lead by example, he's that guy. He's one of those kids I point to my son and say, 'Watch the way this guys acts. Watch the way this guy carries himself.' We've got a lot of those types of guys. He'll never point to himself, he's always about the team. And when Josh [McKenzie] went down, he really had to change his demeanor as a runner this year -- and he has." Bergen Catholic would cap its scoring when Longo recovered a fumble in the end zone following a sack by Grant with 8:04 left. It was another huge defensive performance from Grant, who finished with two sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception. "From Jeremiah to Tywone Malone to John High, we've grown a lot as a team," Campanile said. "Some roles have changed throughout the year and they've all embraced it after a guy like Aeneas [DiCosmo] went down. They've done everything we've asked of them and then some. And I'm confident they're going to continue to do that this week preparing for this next game." The win marked Bergen Catholic's third straight win over Don Bosco Prep, directly correlating with assistant coach Greg Toal's move from Don Bosco to Bergen before the start of last year. It's the first time the Crusaders have won three in a row over the Ironmen since winning five straight between 1991-99. Bergen Catholic will now gets its opportunity to defend its Non-Public Group 4 title, seeking its first repeat since 1998-99. "Getting there this year, it's a little sweeter," Corbin said. "Obviously we went to MetLife and won it last year. But there's nothing like beating Bosco to get there this year." The Crusaders' 18-point margin of victory was also the biggest over the Ironmen since a 42-13 win at Giants Stadium in 1999. "It's been an amazing experience for me," Campanile said. "Everyone here is so invested in this team's success. Everyone here wants you to do well. It's important to all of them. They understand and appreciate how hard these kids have worked and have been so supportive. It's really hard to explain. My brother tried to, but you can't really do it justice until walking in his shoes. I'm just so proud of what we've done here and to be able to have this opportunity to play next week. It's been pretty special." Don Bosco Prep built a 10-point lead in the first half when Guy Fava connected on a 29-yard field goal with 2:15 left in the first and Monangai (17 carries, 140 yards, 1 TD) rumbled in from 10 yards out with 6:38 left in the second. Bergen Catholic will take on St. Joseph (Mont.) in next week's title game on Saturday at 7 p.m. at MetLife Stadium....

11/17/2018

No. 6 Don Bosco Prep cruises in Non-Public, Gr. 4 semifinals

Jalen Berger and Kyle Monangai racked up 276 yards and three touchdowns on the ground as fourth-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, rolled to a 42-22 victory over fifth-seeded Delbarton in the quarterfinals of the Non-Public, Group 4 playoffs in Ramsey. Don Bosco Prep advances to next weekend's semifinal, where it will face the winner of Saturday's quarterfinal matchup between top-seeded and No. 1 Bergen Catholic and eighth-seeded Seton Hall Prep. Don Bosco took a 14-13 loss to Bergen Catholic early in the regular season. Berger ran in touchdowns of 19 yards and 15 yards to finish with 157 yards on 20 carries, while Monangi had 119 yards and one touchdown on 19 rushes. Jahquil Batts led Don Bosco Prep through the air, connecting on three touchdown passes. Batts went 4-for-6 for 105 yards, and all of his completions were hauled in by Christian Dremel. Dremel scored on a 61-yard post pattern on the fourth play of the game, and also hauled in scoring passes of 24-yards and nine-yards. Cole Freeman scored all three of Delbarton's touchdowns. Freeman scored twice in the fourth quarter, off a three yard rush and a 22-yard pass to Gary Lewis, and also threw a 46-yard scoring pass to Lewis in the second quarter....

11/9/2018

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No. 6 Don Bosco Prep cruises in Non-Public, Gr. 4 semifinals

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No letdown this time as No. 4 St. Joseph (Mont.) rolls past No. 9 Don Bosco

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Don Bosco Prep (2) at St. Joseph (Mont.) (3)

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DePaul (0) at Don Bosco Prep (6)

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No. 4 in North Jersey Non-Public Football Countdown

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