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Don Bosco lost another tough one Saturday in Caven Point, falling to St. Peter’s Prep on a late 21-yard touchdown run from Ethan Rodriguez with 2:47 left, just one play after allowing a 28-yard completion on a 4th-and-19. The loss marked Don Bosco’s second one-score defeat against SFC United Red competition, as the Ironmen also fell to Bergen Catholic, 23-17, earlier this season. Against St. Peter’s Prep, both Jalen Berger and Kyle Monangai had big performances, with Berger rushing 15 times for 101 yards and adding 6-yard touchdown reception and Monangai finishing with 15 carries for 135 yards and one touchdown. The Ironmen registered two INTs, courtesy of Nick Alvarado and Constantino Borrelli. ...

10/12/2019

Allen Berger and Kyle Monangai combined for 224 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries for Don Bosco Prep, No. 8 in the NJ.com Top 20, in its 38-0 win over Pope John in Sparta. Berger finished with eight attempts for 104 yards and two touchdowns as Monangai totaled 13 rushes for 120 yards and two scores. Monangai added another score through the air for Don Bosco Prep (2-3). Ironmen quarterback Jake Robbins went 12-for-19 for 159 yards and the touchdown to Monangai. Pope John is 1-4 following the loss....

10/5/2019

Four players scored to lead Don Bosco Prep in a 4-2 win over Paramus Catholic in Paramus. Giovanni Giannella, Michael Costanza, Jarec Morlote and Alex Mercado scored in the win for Don Bosco Prep (7-2). Paramus Catholic is now 1-8-1 on the season....

9/28/2019

Jake Robbins got the shot of a lifetime. After all, this was Bergen-Bosco, and the 5,000 fans in attendance Friday night in Ramsey were probably asking who's the new guy playing quarterback? They found out pretty quickly. After a disastrous first half for Don Bosco's offense, Robbins took the reigns at quarterback to start the third quarter and never looked back. He got his shot and then immediately took a shot from Bergen Catholic's Tywone Malone, a towering 6-5, 300-pound lineman, that will forever stand as Robbins's welcome gift to one of the country's most-heated rivalries. Facing 3rd-and-long on the next play, Dobbins shook off the sack and delivered a strike to senior Kyle Monangai for a 26-yard gain, setting up Don Bosco's first touchdown. On his first drive, Dobbins completed all four of his passes for 39 yards. He finished with 151 and ran for a 4-yard touchdown. Although Don Bosco’s comeback bid came up short in a 23-17 loss, Dobbins clearly did all he could to provide a much-need spark for a team that had just two total yards of offense in the first half and dug itself into a 17-point deficit. "He had that look in his eye at halftime that he was ready and waiting for this," said Don Bosco Prep coach Dan Sabella. Sabella turned to Robbins after Don Bosco's offense struggled with senior Jahquil Batts at quarterback. Batts threw a costly interception in the second quarter one play after Don Bosco's Nick Alvarado picked off a pass of his own. "It wasn't necessarily that Jahquil wasn't playing well because we really didn't have a lot of opportunities in the first half," Sabella said about his decision to turn to Robbins. "We weren't on the field too much, but it just felt like lets see if we can get thing sparked a little bit." Robbins did that and then some. His touchdown run pulled Don Bosco Prep within a score with under three minutes to go. For the first time all game, the home crowd had hope, but Bergen Catholic pounded out a pair of first downs to close out its fourth straight victory over their arch rival and send the new quarterback home with a loss in an other wise special debut. "I think I proved myself a little bit, but I have to prove that I'm not a one time show," Robbins said. "I got to keep on proving myself every week." He’ll do it one shot at a time....

9/28/2019

Dylan Estevez and Colin MacKenn each tallied a goal and an assist to help lead Don Bosco Prep over Pascack Valley, 4-2, in Ramsey. Deniz Ersoz and Alex Mercado each added a goal, while Michael Costanza picked up an assist for Don Bosco Prep (5-2), which led 3-2 at the half. Pascack Valley falls to 6-2. Don Bosco Prep has won three in a row....

9/24/2019

The first one is out of the way for Don Bosco Prep. Now, the Ironmen’s real season begins. After starting the year 0-2 with two losses to top national programs, St. John Bosco (Calif.) and Gonzaga (D.C.), Don Bosco scored its first win under coach Dan Sabella with a 50-18 rout of West Orange behind three touchdown passes and one rushing TD from QB Jahquill Batts. The Ironmen will host rival Bergen Catholic on Friday night. Batts scored quickly against West Orange on a 1-yard TD run then found Kyle Monangai for a 10-yard TD pass and Jalen Berger for a 36-yard score to give Don Bosco Prep a 22-8 lead. Monangai added a 4-yard TD run, Robert DeLuccia scored on a 15-yard TD pass from Batts and Arsheen Jiles supplied a 46-yard punt return for a TD to cap the Ironmen’s scoring. 2019 Don Bosco Prep schedule Aug. 30: at St. John Bosco (Ca.), L 56-21 Sept. 6: vs. Gonzaga (D.C.), L 35-21 Sept. 20: vs. West Orange, W 50-18 Sept. 27: vs. Bergen Catholic Oct. 5: at Pope John Oct. 11: at St. Peter's Prep Oct. 19: at St. Joseph (Mont.) Oct. 25: vs. DePaul Nov. 1: vs. Paramus Catholic...

9/23/2019

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