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Don Bosco Prep finishes off Bergen Catholic in North N-P A semis

It took two days, nearly three, for eighth-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, to beat the inclement weather as well as its fourth-seeded arch rival, Bergen Catholic, 2-1 in the semifinal round of the NJSIAA North Jersey, Non-Public A tournament at Breslin Field in Lyndhurst. Don Bosco (17-7) leaned on dominant efforts on the hill from John Modugno and Devin Rivera, who combined to throw a four-hitter. Many would say the seven-loss eighth-seeded Ironmen have exceeded expectations in this deep run, but coach Mike Rooney always had the bar set at this level. "To be honest, it's our plan to make it into June," he said. "I certainly won't say we're surprised by it, but we feel good about it because we've played some quality opponents along the way. We plan to extend the season as long as possible and deserve to be in this situation." The game was extended from Wednesday when play was suspended because of rain, with Bosco holding a 2-0 lead entering the fifth inning. Modugno earned the start on day one, collecting nine strikeouts while surrendering one hit and two walks as Rivera threw Thursday's three innings with three hits, one earned run, no strikeouts and no walks. Rooney said that even though the game took two days to complete, it should not mean Modugno's performance on Wednesday had no impact on Thursday's action. "You can't separate the two days because what John did for us with those four innings last night was great," he said. "He was throwing the ball great and would have went five, maybe more. He got us to the position today to hand the ball over to Devin, who got us to the finish line." While both arms gave Bergen Catholic (19-7) fits, each hurler had to dig out of a dangerous jam. Modugno's came in the second inning as Crusader sophomore Tywone Malone drove a ball down the right-field line for a lead-off double. He then recorded a groundout and three strikeouts (one dropped third strike) to recover and dodge damage. The Indiana commit said that keeping the Bergen Catholic lineup honest was what led to his dominant four innings of work. "I worked the middle of the zone out," he said. "I worked two-seamers and sliders with the lefty and righty batters which has always seemed to work against them." Rivera found his trouble in the sixth. The future Villanova Wildcat hit Malone with two strikes before Juan De La Cruz plated the courtesy running Patrick Cerami on a double off of the left-field fence to cut the deficit to one run. De La Cruz took third base on a wild pitch, however Rivera punched out Dillon DiBartolomeo to stop the rally. "I think my curveball and two-seamer were reliable today," he said. "I just had to stay composed, make pitches and know my defense had my back. We knew we had to come out and hold the 2-0 lead." Charlie Granatell and Jason Azzolino drove home the two runs for the Ironmen. Daniel Helfgott added to the victory with two hits. The loss on the other hand is one that will sting Crusader nation for the better part of nine months. It not only brings the season to an end and gives Bosco and its students bragging rights until next March, it's seen as a microcosm of the season by head coach Bob Muggeo. "We just didn't hit either day," he said. "These playoff games are one-run games, so if you take an 0-for, it's over and there's no chance to make up for it. "Jake and Dom gave us what I expected. It's baseball and a tough game to predict, but we couldn't produce with runners in scoring position. That has been the story of our year and maybe it's because we're experienced, but we have to take better at-bats in big situations." Though Bergen Catholic's roster is loaded with underclassmen, it does graduate several seniors this spring. Muggeo had a message for that group on senior day, and after a run to the sectional semifinal, that message has not changed. "I told them that they came in here four years ago and we raised the bar," he said. "We created a standard that the younger guys will look up to. We were a little below where we were in the past because 20 wins is always our benchmark, but we played a tough schedule to keep us mentally and physically prepared for days like today." It will be a quick turnaround for the Ironmen, who will visit second-seeded and No. 1-ranked Delbarton in the tournament championship in Morristown tomorrow at 3 p.m. Though Don Bosco will be on the diamond for the third straight day and possibly facing the the state's best pitcher in Jack Leiter, Rivera and his team plan to do exactly what they did Thursday: finish the job. "We're going to put up a fight," he said. "It doesn't matter who we're playing against. We're going to go out thinking we will win." ...

5/30/2019

Don Bosco leads Bergen Catholic, 2-0, in suspended NPA semifinal

It was a race between bad weather and the hot bats of eighth-seeded Don Bosco Prep against its arch rival, fourth-seeded Bergen Catholic, in their NJSIAA Non-Public, Group A semifinal tilt on Wednesday at Breslin Field in Lyndhurst. The Ironmen, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, seemed to be leading that race with two runs and six hits through the first four innings before Mother Nature reared her ugly head with heavy rain, thunder and lightning just minutes after the final out in the bottom of the fourth. The game is set to resume at the top of the fifth inning on Thursday at Breslin Field at 4 p.m. The inclement weather is a tough break for the offense of Don Bosco Prep (16-7), as well as its ace John Modugno, who was in a groove with nine strikeouts, one hit and two walks while still ways away from the 110-pitch limit. Starter Jacob Denner of Bergen Catholic (17-8) began the contest in a similar rhythm until the the top of the Ironmen lineup tagged him with three-straight singles in the third, one coming from Charlie Granatell which drove home John Cohen. Denner picked off Daniel Helfgott to end the inning. Jason Azzolino produced the second RBI for Don Bosco Prep in the fourth on a single that scored Anthony Petrosino. Tywone Malone logged the lone hit for the Crusaders, a double down the right-field line in the second....

5/29/2019

 No. 13 Don Bosco Prep vs. No. 1 Delbarton

Wednesday, May 29 At Livingston 5-DON BOSCO PREP (10-8) vs. 2-DELBARTON (16-2), 7:30 p.m. How they got there: Don Bosco Prep avenged a one-goal loss last month to Bergen Catholic in the quarterfinals, and then became an improbable threat to Delbarton's throne by shocking top-seeded and top-ranked Seton Hall Prep, 9-8, in the semifinals on Saturday. The Ironmen became the first New Jersey squad to upend Seton Hall's first this season, a feat that not even Delbarton could manage. Whether Seton Hall was looking a little beyond Don Bosco is both speculative and immaterial at this point. Fact is, Don Bosco went after the Prep with absolute conviction from the opening faceoff and quickly built a 3-0 lead. And even though Seton Hall would eventually tie the game at 7-7 and 8-8 early in the fourth quarter, the Ironmen had built up enough confidence to both hold the Prep at bay the rest of the way behind the defense of Michael Buschbacher, Luke Fortunato, Jason Haber and goalie Jack Bagin, and then figure out a way to finish off the job. Junior middie Nate Mazurek handled that business when he cranked in the winning goal with just 4.3 seconds left. Senior Reese Gerlach led the way in the upset with three goals while freshman Koleton Marquis - one of the unlikely young heroes of this unlikely story - netted two goals and assisted on one on the big stage. Delbarton looked as if it was ready to steamroll its way to the championship game after beating No. 2 Mountain Lakes, 14-12, for the Morris County Tournament title May 8, and then upsetting undefeated Chaminade (N.Y.), 12-9, three days later in the Green Waves' regular-season finale. But a 10-day layoff until the start of the non-Public A tournament seemed to dull some of those razor-sharp edges Delbarton had cultivated, and it found itself facing a three-goal deficit in the first half against St. Joseph (Mont.) in the quarterfinals May 22. Delbarton did spring to life in the third quarter with some snappy offensive play from C.J. Kirst, Mike Long and Tommy Jepson to close with a 12-8 win. The Green Wave were embroiled in another tough early struggle against No. 8 St. Augustine Saturday in the semis, trailing, 5-4, but again adjusted where needed and pulled off a 9-6 victory to reach their sixth consecutive Non-Public A final. Kirst and Long once against sparked the offense while Jack Coffey, Cole Krauss and George Johnson led a sturdy defensive effort around goalie Michael Riccardelli. Players to watch: One important player to watch for the first time this season is Don Bosco Prep senior middie Joey Corbett, who becomes eligible for the first time after sitting the first 18 games this season according to an NJSIAA mandate. Corbett, who transferred to Bosco as a junior, had played 18 varsity games as an eighth-grader at his original school in New York. The Michigan commit may or may not be ready to compete at a high rate of speed for four quarters, but his presence alone could bolster Don Bosco Prep's confidence. And Delbarton only needs to think about the Ironmen's last victim to shudder over an increased level of self-assurance. Delbarton lost, 13-9, to Seton Hall Prep on April 11. Reese Gerlach (27 goals, 17 assists), Nate Mazurek (20 and 10) and Matt Solleder (16 and 26) lead the offense for Don Bosco, though Solleder's availability is uncertain after he sustained an injury in the opening round against St. Joseph (Met.). Max Thomas, David Kyme, Billy Gaul and Koleton Marquis would attempt to pick up the scoring slack created by his absence. Wagner-bound faceoff man Matt Whelpey will be a concern for Delbarton, as the senior enters this game with a 74-percent success rate. Goalie Jack Bagin has been outstanding in the clutch throughout the tournament for the Ironmen. While Delbarton's explosive offense seems to be characterized by the playmaking artistry of Mike Long (54 assists) and the finishing finesse of C.J. Kirst (54 goals), it is a dangerous mistake to pigeon-hole their roles in formulating a defensive scheme. Both have proven the ability to thrive at the other's specialty, for instance when Kirst dished out six assists and Long scored six goals (he has 38 this season) in Debarton's 14-12 win over No. 2 Mountain Lakes in the Morris County Tournament final. Long and Kirst are hardly Delbarton's only offensive threats; they're just good enough to not be totally stopped by anyone yet. Jack Cerza has 26 goals and nine assists, Cecil Carter 17 goals, 12 assists, and Tommy Jepson 17 goals, eight assists. Cole Krauss, Jeff Douglas, Jack Coffey, George Johnson and Michael Jarmolowich anchor a defense that has allowed double-digit goals just three times this season, and all were against powerhouse opponents - Mountain Lakes, Seton Hall Prep and St. Anthony (N.Y.) Key factor. The start. Delbarton prides itself as a third-quarter team, and its results this season do back that up. For the most part. The Green Wave trailed by eight goals after one half against Seton Hall Prep April 11, and lost, 13-9, despite a markedly improved second-half showing. Delbarton trailed at the half in each of its last two games, but generated enough spark and stubbornness after intermission to prevail. It may not be accorded a similar luxury against a driven Don Bosco Prep team that has clearly developed a strong appetite for upsets. The prediction: Delbarton over Don Bosco Prep...

5/28/2019

Don Bosco Prep shocks the state, beats No. 1 team

Never say never. Nate Mazurek scored off a set play with four seconds remaining to give fifth-seeded Don Bosco Prep a 9-8 upset for the ages win over top-seeded Seton Hall Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the semifinals of the Non-Public, Group A tournament in West Orange. "We gave Nate a pick option and he got inside his man and shot it and scored," Don Bosco Prep coach Brendan Gorman said. Aside from being the top-ranked team in the state, Seton Hall Prep (21-2), one of the top Tournament of Champions contenders, had been on a tear. Coming in, Prep had won seven games in a row scoring 100 goals while allowing just 30 in that span. The Pirates are ranked No. 20 in the entire country by Inside Lacrosse. But the undermanned Ironmen (10-8) were able to pull off the improbable victory to reach their second state final since 2013. when the Ironmen topped Seton Hall, 12-8, for their only crown. Don Bosco faces second-seeded and second-ranked Delbarton - winner of the last three titles - at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Livingston High. Don Bosco Prep opened the game in surprising fashion by netting the game's first three goals and seizing a 3-2 lead after one quarter. The Ironmen maintained that lead until Ryan Kemp tied the game at 7-7 for Seton Hall with 9:45 left in the game. Reese Gerlach reclaimed the lead for Don Bosco when he converted a pass from David Kyme with 3:11 to go, but Seton Hall answered just 34 seconds later when Kemp fed Connell Kumar to knot things at 8-8. "It's one of the biggest wins in program history," Gorman said. "During the season, we lost four Division-I seniors because of injuries and other reasons and had to put a lot of weight on younger our players. People counted us out and it's one of the biggest wins we've ever had. "We've had to go through a lot of adversity and our guys have been resilient. I'm proud of my guys. It was a well-played game on both sides." Mazurek also had one assist on the day while Gerlach netted three goals and Koleton Marquis scored twice for Bosco. Kyme recorded three assists as well and Max Thomas, Brock Hunt, and Anthony Tropia all found the back of net also. Jack Bagin made 11 saves in the victory. The last loss for Prep came on April 28 against Ward Melville (N.Y.), 10-3. Gorman said he studied that game extensively and Bosco was able to unsettle the Pirates with its ever-changing defense. "I watched the Ward Melville game a ton," Gorman said. "I saw tendencies and we played both man and zone defense and it helped contain (Prep standout) Connell Kumar and others." Kumar still finished with three goals while Luke Blanc scored twice and Kemp contributed one goal and two assists. Thomas Colucci assisted on two of the scores, scooped up seven ground balls, and won 15 of 18 faceoffs for the Pirates, who were unable to capitalize on his dominance due to the Ironmen's disruptive schemes. The Don Bosco defense was extraordinary, but it still had to score in order to pull off the upset. It set the tone for that when Gerlach, Hunt, and Marquis each scored in succession to stake the Ironmen to a 3-0 lead. Seton Hall closed to within 3-2 before the quarter had ended with goals by Blanc and Kemp. Next up for the Ironmen is a date with the team that has been the standard bearer of New Jersey lacrosse for quite some time. Delbarton has won three consecutive Tournament of Champions titles and has a record 15 state championships to its name. So, the win for Bosco over Seton Hall might have felt like a championship-clincher, but the job isn't fully complete just yet. "We're playing with passion and heart," Gorman said. "I told them to play loose and love each other. We're playing with house money right now. The pressure is on Delbarton."...

5/25/2019

Wonsowicz, Rivera guide No. 12 Don Bosco Prep baseball past No. 2 Pope John

As Pope John, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, sent its ace left-hander to the mound, No. 12 Don Bosco Prep tried to gain whatever advantage it could by stacking its lineup with righties. Only one lefty remained in the Ironmen batting order: right fielder CJ Wonsowicz. The senior rewarded his coaching staff for trusting him by driving in the go-ahead run. Wonsowicz’s RBI triple along with seven shutout innings from junior pitcher Devin Rivera, helped eighth-seeded Don Bosco upend top seeded Pope John 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the North Jersey, Non-Public A Tournament on Friday at Pope John in Sparta. Senior pitcher Jake Wells entered Friday’s action with a 7-0 record and an 0.89 ERA in 55.1 innings for Pope John. He broke the school’s career win record earlier this month with a victory in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament championship game. Wells’ reputation led Don Bosco to game plan around him. “That’s a tough lefty for Pope John with Wells, and we knew that our lefties were going to have to really take a … left-center-field approach, really stay on the baseball, not try to get greedy and pull everything,” coach Mike Rooney said. “We took some of our lefties actually out of the lineup because of him. “But CJ, you trust. He’s a senior. We just knew that he’s somebody that has had the time under his belt, so he was going to be able to give us quality at-bats. He wasn’t going to be surprised by anything because … he’s been there before.” Wonsowicz stepped up with a runner on first in a scoreless game in the second inning. He hit a liner the opposite way that quickly tailed away from the outfielder, who went to the ground in an effort to catch the ball but missed and let it past him. Having already played an inning in right field, Wonsowicz said he knew the wind blowing toward the left-field foul pole had a good chance of knocking the ball down before the outfielder could reach it. “So when I saw that he stuttered a little bit, I knew it had a chance to get past him,” he said. “And once I saw it get down, I was just booking it until I saw coach stop me. It really helps working on the left-side approach, because that’s what we worked on all week, and I knew when I hit the ball, good things were going to happen today.” Trying to prepare the Ironmen for Wells, assistant coach Mike Dwyer had spent the week working his lefties on the outside part of the plate in batting practice, along with work on the tee designed to encourage them to take the ball to the opposite field. “Really just burning that into our brains and making us feel good and feel comfortable in the box,” Wonsowicz said. Senior catcher Griffin Gonzales brought home Wonsowicz with an RBI groundout one batter later. The 2-0 lead was more than enough for Rivera on the mound. The right-hander retired the first 11 batters and did not allow a hit until a bunt single led off the sixth inning. Pope John (22-5) had already tried to bunt for a hit in the fourth inning, but Rivera fielded his position and made a leaping throw to retire sophomore center fielder Mike Bello. It was one of a number of difficult plays executed by the Ironmen defense, the most notable being a diving snare by first baseman Michael Dreznin of a line drive that ended the fifth inning. After the game, Rivera received a share of the credit for his team’s defense because of his pitching style. “Every time Devin goes out, you know you’re going to get seven innings of great pitching,” senior Jason Azzolino said. “He’s going to throw strikes. All you do is put it on the ground and our defense will make great plays.” Azzolino padded Don Bosco’s lead with a pinch-hit RBI double in the fifth inning, scoring the runner from first base. “We try to always have that one bullet off the bench, and we had a lot of discussion, when do you fire it?” Rooney said. “And once we get a little bit later in the game if we had that lead that we did, we thought taking that shot in the fifth inning was the time to take it … We were hoping just (for a) keep-the-line-moving type of approach … my level of respect for Jason in that situation to come off the bench like that and do what he did, it really uplifts everybody in a Bosco uniform.” Wells pitched seven innings for Pope John, surrendering five hits and four runs with three strikeouts and no walks. The Lions doubled and singled in the seventh inning but couldn’t find a way to bring either runner home. Don Bosco (16-7) advances to face fourth-seeded Bergen Catholic in the tournament semifinal Tuesday....

5/24/2019

Don Bosco Prep bounces back

The Ironmen have bounced back swiftly from their Bergen County Tournament quarterfinal loss to Ridgewood. It took down Old Tappan, 9-0, and defeated Union Catholic in the first round of the North Jersey, Non-Public A Tournament, 6-0. The two shutouts increased Bosco's pitching staffs total to four on the year. It was the first time Bosco recorded a shutout since defeating Pascack Hills, 3-0, on April 23. Its nine runs against Old Tappan was the most it scored in a game since putting up 12 in a win over Cresskill on May 4....

5/23/2019

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Wonsowicz, Rivera guide No. 12 Don Bosco Prep baseball past No. 2 Pope John

WONSOWICZ, RIVERA GUIDE NO. 12 DON BOSCO PREP BASEBALL PAST NO. 2 POPE JOHN | As Pope John, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, sent its ace left-hander to the mound, No. 12 Don Bosco Pr...

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CONNOR MOUNT | 5/24/2019

Don Bosco Prep bounces back

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RICHARD GRECO | 5/23/2019

Don Bosco Prep (11) at Bergen Catholic (10), NJSIAA Tournament, Quarterfinals, Non-Public A

DON BOSCO PREP (11) AT BERGEN CATHOLIC (10), NJSIAA TOURNAMENT, QUARTERFINALS, NON-PUBLIC A | Koleton Marquis netted a last minute game-winning goal to push fifth-seeded Don Bosco Prep to an 11-...

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STAFF | 5/22/2019

St. Joseph (Met.) (2) at Don Bosco Prep (20), NJSIAA Tournament, First round, North Jersey, Group 4

ST. JOSEPH (MET.) (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (20), NJSIAA TOURNAMENT, FIRST ROUND, NORTH JERSEY, GROUP 4 | Nate Mazurek netted four goals for fifth-seeded Don Bosco Prep in its 20-2 win over 12th-seeded St. ...

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STAFF | 5/18/2019

Don Bosco Prep's winning streak comes to an end

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RICHARD GRECO | 5/16/2019

Don Bosco Prep (5) at St. Joseph (Mont.) (8)

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STAFF | 5/14/2019

Ridgewood (7) at Don Bosco Prep (3), 61st Bergen County Tournament, Quarterfinals

RIDGEWOOD (7) AT DON BOSCO PREP (3), 61ST BERGEN COUNTY TOURNAMENT, QUARTERFINALS | Ninth-seeded Ridgewood beat top-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, 7-3, in the Quart...

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STAFF | 5/11/2019

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

DON BOSCO PREP (4) AT BERGEN CATHOLIC (1) | John Cohen's two-run double was the big hit in a four-run top of the sixth inning for Don Bosco Prep...

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STAFF | 5/9/2019

Cresskill (2) at Don Bosco Prep (12), 61st Bergen County Tournament, Second round

CRESSKILL (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (12), 61ST BERGEN COUNTY TOURNAMENT, SECOND ROUND | Kenny Spadaccini drove in two runs for 17th-seeded Cresskill, but it would be to no avail as top-see...

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STAFF | 5/4/2019

Don Bosco Prep (6) at Nutley (2)

DON BOSCO PREP (6) AT NUTLEY (2) | Noah Rodriguez went 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI to help Don Bosco Prep, No. 9 in the NJ.com Top 20...

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STAFF | 5/2/2019

Don Bosco Prep drops tight one to rival

DON BOSCO PREP DROPS TIGHT ONE TO RIVAL | Analysis: Don Bosco Prep’s drop in the ranking came after it fell to St. Joseph (Mont.), 4-2, on Apr...

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RICHARD GRECO | 5/2/2019

St. Joseph (Mont.) (4) at Don Bosco Prep (2)

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St. Mary (Ruth.) (3) at Don Bosco Prep (12)

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STAFF | 4/29/2019

Dwight-Englewood (2) at Don Bosco Prep (17), Bergen County Tournament, First round

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St. Peter's Prep (1) at Don Bosco Prep (13)

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STAFF | 4/24/2019

Don Bosco Prep (9) at Ramapo (5)

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Lessons learned in Vegas, propel No. 10 Don Bosco back home

LESSONS LEARNED IN VEGAS, PROPEL NO. 10 DON BOSCO BACK HOME | Don Bosco Prep struggled against some of the nation's top teams when it went out to Las Vegas for a ...

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RICHARD GRECO | 4/23/2019

Complete 2019 Don Bosco Prep schedule with analysis

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JJ CONRAD | 4/18/2019

Don Bosco Prep (3) at Ridgewood (9)

DON BOSCO PREP (3) AT RIDGEWOOD (9) | Gavin Peene scored three goals to lead Ridgewood, No. 3 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 9-3 win over Don ...

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STAFF | 4/17/2019

Northern Highlands (0) at Don Bosco Prep (8)

NORTHERN HIGHLANDS (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (8) | Don Bosco Prep, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20, beat Northern Highlands, 8-0, in Ramsey....

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STAFF | 4/13/2019

Don Bosco Prep (6) at Northern Highlands (9)

DON BOSCO PREP (6) AT NORTHERN HIGHLANDS (9) | Erik Diedrichs scored four goals and assisted on another to lead Northern Highlands, No. 17 in the N...

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STAFF | 4/11/2019

Mountain Lakes (14) at Don Bosco Prep (4)

MOUNTAIN LAKES (14) AT DON BOSCO PREP (4) | Mike Caban netted four goals to lead Mountain Lakes, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 14-4 win over ...

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STAFF | 4/6/2019

Bergen Catholic (7) at Don Bosco Prep (6)

BERGEN CATHOLIC (7) AT DON BOSCO PREP (6) | Brenden Kelly scored two goals, including the game-winner with 3:45 remaining to give Bergen Catholi...

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STAFF | 4/2/2019

No. 13 Don Bosco Prep boys lacrosse starts fast, tops No. 15 Christian Brothers

NO. 13 DON BOSCO PREP BOYS LACROSSE STARTS FAST, TOPS NO. 15 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS | Their names might not be attention-grabbers just yet. That will come with time. The way the ball ...

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BRANDON GOULD | 3/27/2019

Don Bosco Prep is the 2018-19 NJ.com Team of the Year

DON BOSCO PREP IS THE 2018-19 NJ.COM TEAM OF THE YEAR | The trek to its first ever state championship started soon after a second heartbreaking loss for Don...

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ANDREW KOOB | 3/18/2019

Tyler Sedlak of Don Bosco Prep is the NJ.com 2018-19 Player of the Year

TYLER SEDLAK OF DON BOSCO PREP IS THE NJ.COM 2018-19 PLAYER OF THE YEAR | Tyler Sedlak remembers well before taking his first steps into Don Bosco Prep how much he wanted to ...

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ANDREW KOOB | 3/18/2019

Greg Toskos of Don Bosco is the 2018-19 NJ.com Coach of the Year

GREG TOSKOS OF DON BOSCO IS THE 2018-19 NJ.COM COACH OF THE YEAR | Every year, for the past two and a half decades, those same nightmarish memories stuck with Greg Tos...

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ANDREW KOOB | 3/18/2019

Don Bosco Prep earn state ski titles at NJISRA championships

DON BOSCO PREP EARN STATE SKI TITLES AT NJISRA CHAMPIONSHIPS | The Don Bosco Prep ski team won the overall boys team title for the fourth year in a row and Ridgewo...

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JACKSON THOMPSON | 3/9/2019

Don Bosco's first state championship validation for past Ironmen

DON BOSCO'S FIRST STATE CHAMPIONSHIP VALIDATION FOR PAST IRONMEN | As the Don Bosco players jumped up and down in the locker room and in the hallways of the Prudential...

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ANDREW KOOB | 3/5/2019

Confident Freemantle leads Bergen Catholic past No. 9 Don Bosco in sectional semis

CONFIDENT FREEMANTLE LEADS BERGEN CATHOLIC PAST NO. 9 DON BOSCO IN SECTIONAL SEMIS | The seconds ticked down to the start of the North Jersey, Non-Public A semifinal at Bergen Catholic ...

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RICHARD GRECO | 3/2/2019

Dwight-Englewood (67) at Don Bosco Prep (78), NJSIAA Tournament, Quarterfinal round, Non-Public, North A

DWIGHT-ENGLEWOOD (67) AT DON BOSCO PREP (78), NJSIAA TOURNAMENT, QUARTERFINAL ROUND, NON-PUBLIC, NORTH A | Kyler Maurer scored a career-high 30 points, lifting fourth-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 8 in the NJ.c...

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STAFF | 2/28/2019

No. 1 Don Bosco battles its way to the Non-Public final

NO. 1 DON BOSCO BATTLES ITS WAY TO THE NON-PUBLIC FINAL | Don Bosco wasn’t playing its cleanest game into the latter half of the second period but a golden op...

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BRIAN BOBAL | 2/28/2019

Bishop Eustace (0) at Don Bosco Prep (10), NJSIAA Tournament, Second round, Non-Public

BISHOP EUSTACE (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (10), NJSIAA TOURNAMENT, SECOND ROUND, NON-PUBLIC | Max Schwarz recorded his eighth shutout of the season as top-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ....

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STAFF | 2/25/2019

Don Bosco football announces next head coach, big name making big return to non-public scene

DON BOSCO FOOTBALL ANNOUNCES NEXT HEAD COACH, BIG NAME MAKING BIG RETURN TO NON-PUBLIC SCENE | Dan Sabella is making a return to the big stage. After spending 2018 as Ridgefield Park's head fo...

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JJ CONRAD | 2/19/2019

Senior led No. 10 Don Bosco Prep downs No. 9 St. Joe's in Bergen Jamboree semis

SENIOR LED NO. 10 DON BOSCO PREP DOWNS NO. 9 ST. JOE'S IN BERGEN JAMBOREE SEMIS | The last two seasons there were always two common denominators when it came to Don Bosco Prep basket...

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RICHARD GRECO | 2/18/2019

Hat trick leads No. 1 Don Bosco to 1st Gordon Cup since 2014

HAT TRICK LEADS NO. 1 DON BOSCO TO 1ST GORDON CUP SINCE 2014 | When Delbarton took a 3-1 lead in the second period with two goals in 35 seconds, there was no panic...

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BRIAN BOBAL | 2/16/2019

Teaneck (71) at Don Bosco Prep (66)

TEANECK (71) AT DON BOSCO PREP (66) | Nadame Tucker, who fouled out in the fourth quarter, scored 19 points to lead Teaneck to a 71-66 ove...

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STAFF | 2/15/2019

Bergen Catholic defeats Don Bosco Prep

BERGEN CATHOLIC DEFEATS DON BOSCO PREP | Matt Zona scored 17 points and Zachary Freemantle and Doug Edert each added 13 points apiece to lead...

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STAFF | 2/15/2019

Gloucester Catholic (1) at Don Bosco Prep (11), Gordon Cup, Semifinals

GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (11), GORDON CUP, SEMIFINALS | Thomas Schweighardt recorded a hat trick to lead top-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top ...

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STAFF | 2/14/2019

St. Peter's Prep (1) at Don Bosco Prep (5), Gordon Cup, First round

ST. PETER'S PREP (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (5), GORDON CUP, FIRST ROUND | Liam McLinskey and Tyler Sedlak each tallied two goals and two assists to push top-seeded Don Bosco ...

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STAFF | 2/13/2019

Don Bosco Prep (8) at St. Joseph (Met.) (0)

DON BOSCO PREP (8) AT ST. JOSEPH (MET.) (0) | Robbie Greenleaf, Tyler Sediak, and Connor Sediak each tallied two goals to lead Don Bosco Prep to a...

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STAFF | 2/6/2019

‘I didn’t come here to fail.’ Dan Sabella is Don Bosco's fiery new football coach

‘I DIDN’T COME HERE TO FAIL.’ DAN SABELLA IS DON BOSCO'S FIERY NEW FOOTBALL COACH | It's back to the big time for Dan Sabella. The ex-Paramus Catholic head coach was introduced Tues...

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JJ CONRAD | 2/5/2019

Pope John (2) at Don Bosco Prep (7)

POPE JOHN (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (7) | Hunter McGee netted three goals and assisted on two others as Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com To...

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STAFF | 2/1/2019

No. 16 St. Joseph (Mont.) defense digs in, upsets No. 6 Don Bosco Prep

NO. 16 ST. JOSEPH (MONT.) DEFENSE DIGS IN, UPSETS NO. 6 DON BOSCO PREP | The situation was virtually identical. Tie game. Seconds left. Don Bosco Prep with the ball, with...

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JJ CONRAD | 1/29/2019

Don Bosco Prep (4) at St. Augustine (0)

DON BOSCO PREP (4) AT ST. AUGUSTINE (0) | Tyler Sedlak scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com To...

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STAFF | 1/29/2019

No. 8 West Side rallies to stun No. 4 Don Bosco

NO. 8 WEST SIDE RALLIES TO STUN NO. 4 DON BOSCO | Kirk Parsons made five 3-pointers and finished with 22 points as West Side, No. 8 in the NJ.com Top ...

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STAFF | 1/26/2019

Mike Teel resigns as head coach of Don Bosco Prep football

MIKE TEEL RESIGNS AS HEAD COACH OF DON BOSCO PREP FOOTBALL | It was two and out for Mike Teel. After spending just two seasons as head coach of Don Bosco Prep...

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JJ CONRAD | 1/25/2019

Don Bosco Prep (47) at Paterson Kennedy (36)

DON BOSCO PREP (47) AT PATERSON KENNEDY (36) | Owen McGlashan scored 16 points and Victor Konopka added 14 points with 12 rebounds to lead Don Bosc...

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STAFF | 1/24/2019

Don Bosco's Bergen County dominance continues with eighth straight BCT title

DON BOSCO'S BERGEN COUNTY DOMINANCE CONTINUES WITH EIGHTH STRAIGHT BCT TITLE | Don Bosco Prep's dominance over Bergen County continues. Don Bosco Prep, top-seeded and No. 1 in ...

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STAFF | 1/23/2019

Passaic (36) at Don Bosco Prep (73)

PASSAIC (36) AT DON BOSCO PREP (73) | Don Bosco Prep, No. 4 in the NJ.com Top 20, took down Passaic, 73-36, in Ramsey. Don Bosco Prep t...

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STAFF | 1/22/2019

Bergen Catholic (1) at Don Bosco Prep (5), Bergen County Tournament, Semifinal round

BERGEN CATHOLIC (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (5), BERGEN COUNTY TOURNAMENT, SEMIFINAL ROUND | Tyler Sedlak scored three goals to lead top-seeded Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a ...

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STAFF | 1/21/2019

No. 1 Don Bosco strikes early, holds on in physical game against No. 3 Christian Brothers

NO. 1 DON BOSCO STRIKES EARLY, HOLDS ON IN PHYSICAL GAME AGAINST NO. 3 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS | Fast starts have been a staple for Don Bosco Prep over the course of this past week. It was those...

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ANDREW KOOB | 1/20/2019

Ramsey (0) at Don Bosco Prep (10)

RAMSEY (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (10) | Tyler Sedlak scored three goals and notched two assists as Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 2...

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STAFF | 1/18/2019

No. 10 Don Bosco Prep gets hot from perimeter, takes down No. 3 Bergen Catholic

NO. 10 DON BOSCO PREP GETS HOT FROM PERIMETER, TAKES DOWN NO. 3 BERGEN CATHOLIC | Don Bosco Prep's Myles Ruth wasn't fazed by the sold-out crowd or electric atmosphere. The junior...

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JJ CONRAD | 1/17/2019

St. Augustine (2) at Don Bosco Prep (7)

ST. AUGUSTINE (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (7) | Matt Esquerre and Jake Geraci each scored their first career goal as Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ...

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STAFF | 1/15/2019

Don Bosco Prep (59) at Passaic Tech (47)

DON BOSCO PREP (59) AT PASSAIC TECH (47) | Victor Konopka scored 15 points to push Don Bosco Prep, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20, past Passaic Te...

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STAFF | 1/15/2019

Gloucester Catholic (4) at Don Bosco Prep (7)

GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC (4) AT DON BOSCO PREP (7) | Thomas Schweighardt tallied four goals and two assists to lead Don Bosco Prep, No. 1 in the NJ.com T...

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STAFF | 1/14/2019

Unranked Don Bosco wrestling upsets No. 12 DePaul; No. 4 Delbarton rolls past both in tri-match

UNRANKED DON BOSCO WRESTLING UPSETS NO. 12 DEPAUL; NO. 4 DELBARTON ROLLS PAST BOTH IN TRI-MATCH | Don Bosco Prep's Thomas Dougherty made the decision to stop playing one sport to focus on another. ...

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JJ CONRAD | 1/12/2019

No. 10 Don Bosco Prep takes down No. 15 St. Joe's on buzzer-beater

NO. 10 DON BOSCO PREP TAKES DOWN NO. 15 ST. JOE'S ON BUZZER-BEATER | With the score tied against rival St. Joseph (Mont.), No. 15 in the NJ.com, Victor Konopka got his h...

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STAFF | 1/8/2019

Sedlak, McLinskey strike quickly to pace No. 2 Don Bosco over No. 1 Delbarton

SEDLAK, MCLINSKEY STRIKE QUICKLY TO PACE NO. 2 DON BOSCO OVER NO. 1 DELBARTON | Don Bosco seniors Liam McLinskey and Tyler Sedlak needed just two chances to turn a scoreless tie in...

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ANDREW KOOB | 1/8/2019

Sam Cali Invitational schedule, teams and more for 2019

SAM CALI INVITATIONAL SCHEDULE, TEAMS AND MORE FOR 2019 | Break out the belts, the Sam Cali Invitational is back for year two at West Orange High School. ...

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PATRICK LANNI | 1/4/2019

Princeton Day (1) at Don Bosco Prep (4)

PRINCETON DAY (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (4) | Liam McLinskey scored two goals to lead Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 4-1 win ove...

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STAFF | 1/3/2019

Don Bosco Prep (64) at Universal Audenried Charter (PA) (45)

DON BOSCO PREP (64) AT UNIVERSAL AUDENRIED CHARTER (PA) (45) | Myles Ruth scored 13 points to lead a balanced attack as Don Bosco Prep, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20...

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STAFF | 1/2/2019

Bergen Catholic (3) at Don Bosco Prep (6)

BERGEN CATHOLIC (3) AT DON BOSCO PREP (6) | Liam McLinskey recorded a hat trick and an assist to power Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 2...

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STAFF | 12/27/2018

Don Bosco Prep (70) at Northern Highlands (36)

DON BOSCO PREP (70) AT NORTHERN HIGHLANDS (36) | Don Bosco Prep, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated Northern Highlands, 70-36, in Allendale. Do...

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STAFF | 12/21/2018

Bishop Eustace (1) at Don Bosco Prep (11)

BISHOP EUSTACE (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (11) | Mark Garkinfel, Liam McLinskey and Tyler Sedlak each scored two goals for Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in t...

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STAFF | 12/21/2018

DePaul (61) at Don Bosco Prep (85)

DEPAUL (61) AT DON BOSCO PREP (85) | Vitor Konopka and Myles Ruth each netted 14 points as Don Bosco Prep, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20, t...

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STAFF | 12/19/2018

Don Bosco Prep (4) at Bergen Catholic (0)

DON BOSCO PREP (4) AT BERGEN CATHOLIC (0) | Liam McLinskey picked up a goal and an assist to help Don Bosco, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeat ...

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STAFF | 12/17/2018

Don Bosco Prep beats River Dell

DON BOSCO PREP BEATS RIVER DELL | Janis Kirsis took first place in the 100 fly and 100 back and was also part of the first-place winni...

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STAFF | 12/17/2018

No. 1 Ranney past No. 10 Don Bosco Prep

NO. 1 RANNEY PAST NO. 10 DON BOSCO PREP | Bryan Antoine's 33 points and seven steals led the way as Ranney, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20 held of...

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STAFF | 12/16/2018

Don Bosco Prep (6) at Catholic Memorial (MA) (2)

DON BOSCO PREP (6) AT CATHOLIC MEMORIAL (MA) (2) | Liam McLinskey tallied two goals and two assists as Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, took...

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STAFF | 12/15/2018

Don Bosco Prep (4) at Boston College High (MA) (2)

DON BOSCO PREP (4) AT BOSTON COLLEGE HIGH (MA) (2) | Tyler Sedlak netted four goals as Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, beat Boston College Hi...

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STAFF | 12/14/2018

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

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, h...

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STAFF | 12/5/2018

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

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 v...

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STAFF | 11/28/2018

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

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...

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STAFF | 11/26/2018

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

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 Bo...

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MIKE GURNIS | 11/24/2018

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

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 s...

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ANDREW MILLS | 11/17/2018

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

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-seed...

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STAFF | 11/9/2018

Don Bosco Prep (0) at Seton Hall Prep (0), NJSIAA North Jersey, Non-Public A, Semifinal Round

DON BOSCO PREP (0) AT SETON HALL PREP (0), NJSIAA NORTH JERSEY, NON-PUBLIC A, SEMIFINAL ROUND | Third-seeded and No. 5 in the NJ.com Top 20, Seton Hall Prep battled with seventh-seeded Don Bosco P...

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STAFF | 11/6/2018

Don Bosco Prep (2) at St. Peter's Prep (0), NJSIAA North Jersey, Non-Public A, Quarterfinal Round

DON BOSCO PREP (2) AT ST. PETER'S PREP (0), NJSIAA NORTH JERSEY, NON-PUBLIC A, QUARTERFINAL ROUND | Michael Morelli netted two goals to give seventh-seeded Don Bosco Prep a 2-0 upset victory over seco...

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STAFF | 11/1/2018

Paramus Catholic (1) at Don Bosco Prep (2), NJSIAA North Jersey, Non-Public A, First Round

PARAMUS CATHOLIC (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (2), NJSIAA NORTH JERSEY, NON-PUBLIC A, FIRST ROUND | Jason Bouregy and Alex Matuson each scored a goal as seventh-seeded Don Bosco Prep defeated 10th-see...

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STAFF | 10/29/2018

St. Joseph (Mont.) (1) at Don Bosco Prep (2)

ST. JOSEPH (MONT.) (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (2) | Randy Castillo and Deniz Ersoz netted a goal each to lead Don Bosco Prep to a 2-1 win over St. Josep...

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STAFF | 10/25/2018

St. Joseph (Mont.) (1) at Don Bosco Prep (2)

ST. JOSEPH (MONT.) (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (2) | Randy Castillo and Deniz Ersoz netted a goal each to lead Don Bosco Prep to a 2-1 win over St. Josep...

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STAFF | 10/25/2018

Don Bosco Prep (5) at Fair Lawn (0)

DON BOSCO PREP (5) AT FAIR LAWN (0) | Jason Bouregy scored two goals in Don Bosco Prep's 5-0 victory over Fair Lawn in Fair Lawn. Deniz...

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STAFF | 10/23/2018

Monangai, Berger combine for 483 yards, 8 TD's as Bosco stuns No. 1 DePaul

MONANGAI, BERGER COMBINE FOR 483 YARDS, 8 TD'S AS BOSCO STUNS NO. 1 DEPAUL | Don Bosco Prep, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, used a motivated offensive line and stellar performance...

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JAY SCOTT | 10/20/2018

Don Bosco Prep (2) at Ramapo (4)

DON BOSCO PREP (2) AT RAMAPO (4) | Four different players scored a goal apiece for Ramapo in a 4-2 victory over Don Bosco Prep in Frank...

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STAFF | 10/17/2018

Don Bosco Prep (1) at Bergen Catholic (6)

DON BOSCO PREP (1) AT BERGEN CATHOLIC (6) | Daniel O'Donaghue had an assist and was one of six different goal scorers in Bergen Catholic's 6-1 v...

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STAFF | 10/15/2018

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

NO LETDOWN THIS TIME AS NO. 4 ST. JOSEPH (MONT.) ROLLS PAST NO. 9 DON BOSCO | The St. Joseph (Mont.) coach knew last week's loss to Bergen Catholic, in which his team surrendered...

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JJ CONRAD | 10/13/2018

Paramus Catholic (1) at Don Bosco Prep (3)

PARAMUS CATHOLIC (1) AT DON BOSCO PREP (3) | Michael Morelli scored two goals to lead Don Bosco Prep over Paramus Catholic, 3-1, in Ramsey. Ja...

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STAFF | 10/9/2018

St. Peter's outlasts Don Bosco in OT as Maynor leaves more than heart behind

ST. PETER'S OUTLASTS DON BOSCO IN OT AS MAYNOR LEAVES MORE THAN HEART BEHIND | It’s fair to say that St. Peter’s Prep literally left everything on the field Friday night at Don Bo...

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PATRICK LANNI | 10/7/2018

Zakowski's golden goal leads Glen Rock over Don Bosco Prep in BCT 1st round

ZAKOWSKI'S GOLDEN GOAL LEADS GLEN ROCK OVER DON BOSCO PREP IN BCT 1ST ROUND | Time was winding down in the first overtime period. Don Bosco Prep was controlling the pressure. ...

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RICHARD GRECO | 10/7/2018

New Milford (0) at Don Bosco Prep (8), Bergen County Tournament, Preliminary Round

NEW MILFORD (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (8), BERGEN COUNTY TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARY ROUND | Jason Lasso and Jason Bouregy each had two goals and an assist as Don Bosco Prep rolled to an 8-0 vi...

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STAFF | 10/4/2018

Pope John (0) at Don Bosco Prep (37)

POPE JOHN (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (37) | Junior running backs Kyle Monangai and Jalen Berger combined to score five touchdowns as each of the...

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STAFF | 9/28/2018

Don Bosco Prep (4) at Pascack Valley (1)

DON BOSCO PREP (4) AT PASCACK VALLEY (1) | Kevin Valente had two goals and an assist in Don Bosco Prep's 4-1 victory over Pascack Valley in Hil...

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STAFF | 9/27/2018

Bergen Catholic downs Don Bosco

BERGEN CATHOLIC DOWNS DON BOSCO | Exhausted yet ecstatic, Bergen Catholic coach Vito Campanile said championship teams have to "tough ...

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PATRICK LANNI | 9/23/2018

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

DON BOSCO PREP (2) AT ST. JOSEPH (MONT.) (3) | Jason Bouregy and Josephy Vieira scored a goal apiece but it was not enough for Don Bosco Prep as it...

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STAFF | 9/22/2018

Clifton (2) at Don Bosco Prep (1)

CLIFTON (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (1) | Kevin Salensky's goal in the 70th minute was the game winner as Clifton defeated Don Bosco Prep, 2-1...

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STAFF | 9/17/2018

Don Bosco Prep (47) at West Orange (20)

DON BOSCO PREP (47) AT WEST ORANGE (20) | Jalen Berger ran for three first half touchdowns as Don Bosco Prep, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, rol...

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STAFF | 9/14/2018

Bergen Catholic (2) at Don Bosco Prep (1)

BERGEN CATHOLIC (2) AT DON BOSCO PREP (1) | Michael Tramontozzi's goal in the 49th minute proved to be the difference as Bergen Catholic defeate...

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STAFF | 9/12/2018

DePaul (0) at Don Bosco Prep (6)

DEPAUL (0) AT DON BOSCO PREP (6) | Colin MacKenn scored a goal and dished an assist to lead Don Bosco Prep to a 6-0 victory against DeP...

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STAFF | 9/6/2018

No. 7 Don Bosco Prep comes back to exact revenge on So. Carolina foe, 22-17

NO. 7 DON BOSCO PREP COMES BACK TO EXACT REVENGE ON SO. CAROLINA FOE, 22-17 | Quarterback Jahquil Batts connected with running back Jalen Berger for a 28-yard touchdown with 4:24...

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CHRIS NALWASKY | 8/31/2018

No. 4 in North Jersey Non-Public Football Countdown

NO. 4 IN NORTH JERSEY NON-PUBLIC FOOTBALL COUNTDOWN | Coach: Mike Teel, second season Last year’s record: 2-8 Last year’s final ranking: 5 in Non-Pu...

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DARREN COOPER | 8/27/2018

Don Bosco football, Mike Teel fine-tuning the system for 2018 season

DON BOSCO FOOTBALL, MIKE TEEL FINE-TUNING THE SYSTEM FOR 2018 SEASON | The music shifted from one genre to the next, country to techno dance and a little rap. “Were yo...

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DARREN COOPER | 8/13/2018

Tyler Sedlak looks to bring Don Bosco hockey back to state glory

TYLER SEDLAK LOOKS TO BRING DON BOSCO HOCKEY BACK TO STATE GLORY | From the moment he began playing hockey, Tyler Sedlak developed life-long friendships that would als...

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JIM MCCONVILLE | 7/30/2018

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: BREAKING DOWN DON BOSCO RB JALEN BERGER

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: BREAKING DOWN DON BOSCO RB JALEN BERGER | As we gear up for the 2018 football season, JSZ is breaking down our film all during the summer to g...

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STAFF | 7/26/2018

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