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St. Peter’s Prep, No. 7 in the NJ.com Top 20, won each of the final six bouts on the way to a one-sided victory at home over Don Bosco Prep, 51-21. 1/11 - 6:30 PM Wrestling Final Don Bosco Prep 21 St. Peter's Prep 51Complete Box Score » Jake Talarico earned a 7-5 sudden-victory win at 113 to kick off the late-match rally, with Donovan Chavis winning at 120 with a 4-2 ultimate tiebreaker. Caedyn Ricciardi won at 126 with a 13-2 major decision before Jonathan Fuller earned a forfeit win at 132 for St. Peter’s Prep, which has won each of its first two matches to start the season. Angelo Pellicci earned a second-round pin at 138, the team’s third of the day after Roger Diaz (165) and Anthony Harris (175) each earned first-minute pins. Felix Lettini capped the win off with a 15-0 tech fall at 144 to put things away for St. Peter’s Prep. Gustavo Alarcon got off to a hot start for Don Bosco Prep (0-1), earning a first-round pin victory at 150, with Kai Argyros also taking a pin in the first minute. The NJ High School Sports newsletter is now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. To add your name, click here. Thank you for relying on us to provide the journalism you can trust. Please consider supporting NJ.com with a subscription....

1/12/2022

Isaiah Brown and David Musial recorded 12 points apiece for Don Bosco Prep, No. 15 in the NJ.com Top 20, in its 64-46 victory against DePaul in Ramsey. 1/11 - 7:00 PM Boys Basketball Final DePaul 46 Don Bosco Prep 64Complete Box Score » Dylan Harper went for 11 points as the second-leading scorer for Don Bosco Prep (8-1). Johnny Cotton and Tyler Koenig posted 13 points each for DePaul (5-5), which also saw Mekhi Ragland contribute with 10 points. The N.J. High School Sports newsletter now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. To add your name, click here....

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Nick Milmore scored two goals to lead Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a victory over fourth-ranked Bergen Catholic, 7-1, at Ice Vault Arena in Wayne. 12/23 - 6:30 PM Boys Ice Hockey Final Bergen Catholic 1 Don Bosco Prep 7Complete Box Score » NOTE: A photo gallery will be added to this post shortly. Check back later to view photos of the game. Massimo Monteleone, Matthew Shpungin and Kris Krumins recorded a goal and an assist apiece while Brendan Murphy and Ty Oller scored a goal apiece for Don Bosco Prep (7-2). Matt Imbriano and Edward Asante tallied two assists apiece for Don Bosco Prep, which has won each of its last six games against in-state opponents since falling to top-ranked Christian Brothers on Opening Day. Matthew Hughes scored unassisted for the lone goal for Bergen Catholic, which drops to 2-2-1 with the loss. The teams have had plenty of recent history, with Bergen Catholic edging Don Bosco Prep in the 2020 Bergen County Tournament final before Bosco got revenge in the semifinals of last season’s Gordon Cup. The two will face off once again later this season, with the rematch at Ice House in Hackensack scheduled for Feb. 3. The NJ High School Sports newsletter is now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. To add your name, click here. Thank you for relying on us to provide the journalism you can trust. Please consider supporting NJ.com with a subscription. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission....

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Kris Krumins had a hat trick, Matt Bossolina scored twice and Ty Oller added a goal as Don Bosco Prep, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, was a 6-1 winner over No. 7 Seton Hall Prep on Monday at Codey Arena in West Orange. 1/10 - 4:00 PM Boys Ice Hockey Final Don Bosco Prep 6 Seton Hall Prep 1Complete Box Score » Krumins’ first goal gave Don Bosco Prep a 1-0 lead heading into the first intermission, while Bossolina had both his goals in the second ahead of a Daniel Kelly goal for Seton Hall Prep. Oller restored the three-goal lead late in the second. Krumins made it a hat trick with two third-period goals. It was the junior’s second career three-goal game along with three against St. Peter’s Prep on Dec. 7. Don Bosco Prep (8-3) will meet Gloucester Catholic on Saturday while Seton Hall Prep (7-6-1) will take on La Salle (Pa.) on Thursday. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission....

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North Jersey football: Final Public Top 20 and Big Six rankings for 2021 season Greg Mattura Darren Cooper Greg Tartaglia NorthJersey.com Bergen Catholic captured a state title and Clifton, Northern Highlands and Park Ridge won sectional titles to impact the North Jersey football rankings. All season long, the Varsity Aces have ranked North Jersey’s Top 20 public school teams and the non-public Big Six teams. Here are the final rankings for the 2021 season: Public Top 20 rankings 20. Old Tappan (5-6) Last game: Lost to West Morris, 21-0 19. Saddle Brook (7-1) Last game: Beat Bogota, 14-7, Nov. 6 18. Dumont (9-1) Last game: Beat Tenafly, 14-7, Nov. 25 17. Becton (7-4) Last game: Lost to Park Ridge, 41-15, Nov. 12 16. Westwood (7-4) Last game: Lost to Caldwell, 35-0, Nov. 12 15. Waldwick/Midland Park (7-3) Last game: Lost to Hanover Park, 35-21, Nov. 12 14. Hawthorne (7-2) Last game: Lost to Jefferson, 20-13, Nov. 5 13. Ridgefield Park (8-3) Last game:Lost to Rutherford, 37-10, Nov. 12 12. Pascack Valley (7-4) Last game: Lost to Cranford, 42-7, Nov. 12 11. Hasbrouck Heights (7-4) Last game:Lost to Park Ridge, 14-0, Nov. 19 10. River Dell (8-3) Last game: Lost to Sparta, 42-0, Nov. 12 9. Ramsey (9-1) Last game:Lost to Hanover Park, 33-21, Nov. 5 8. Eastside (8-4) Last game: Beat Kennedy, 32-6, Nov. 24 7. Ridgewood (7-3) Last game:Lost to Passaic Tech, 28-9, Nov. 12 6. Passaic Tech (8-4) Last game:Lost to East Orange Campus, 35-7, Nov. 20 5. Park Ridge (10-2) Last game:Lost to Cedar Grove, 13-12, Nov. 26 4. Rutherford (9-2) Last game: Lost to Jefferson, 28-7, Nov. 20 3. Clifton (10-3) Last game:Lost to East Orange Campus, 30-24 (3OT), Dec. 5 2. Ramapo (10-2) Last game: Lost to Northern Highlands, 35-30, Nov. 26 1. Northern Highlands (12-1) Last game: Lost to Irvington, 19-14, Dec. 4 OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Wallington (7-3), West Milford (5-6) Big Six rankings 6. Paramus Catholic (0-9) Last game: Lost to Don Bosco, 41-0, Oct. 29 5. St. Peter’s Prep (8-4) Last game:Lost to Bergen Catholic, 35-10, Nov. 14 4. St. Joseph (6-4) Last game: Lost to Don Bosco, 31-7, Nov. 14 3. DePaul (9-3) Last game:Lost to Red Bank Catholic, 13-8, Nov. 26 2. Don Bosco (8-5) Last game: Lost to Bergen Catholic, 28-7, Nov. 27 1. Bergen Catholic (12-0) Last game: Beat Don Bosco, 28-7, Nov. 27 Jim McConville contributed to this story. Greg Mattura is a sports reporter for NorthJersey.com. For full access to live scores, breaking news and analysis from our Varsity Aces team, subscribe today. To get breaking news directly to your phone, sign up for our newsletter and download our app. Email: mattura@northjersey.com Twitter: @gregmattura ...

12/9/2021

Boys soccer: 2021 All-County and All-League honors Joe Ragozzino Ryan Rivero NorthJersey.com Here are the All-County and All-League boys soccer honors, selected by the coaches. All-Bergen County FIRST TEAM Midfielders Ty Pennington, Northern Highlands, senior Cole Duschang, Ramapo, junior Massimo Rodio, Don Bosco, senior Justin Cedeno, Fair Lawn, senior Landon Frank, Emerson, senior Jonathan Gutierrez, Garfield, senior Kerry Quevedo, Cliffside Park, senior Forwards Michael Caminneci, Pascack Valley, senior Kyle Jahnke, Waldwick, senior Sam Ware, Ramapo, senior Alim Lita, Ramapo, senior George Haskell, Ramsey, senior Enrique Mutsoli, Lyndhurst, senior Armando Santana, Don Bosco, senior Backs Max Caunedo, Old Tappan, senior Owen Fizulich, Bergen Catholic, senior Patrick Weir, Ramsey, sophomore Nick Marino, Ramapo, junior Goalkeepers Cristian Argueta, Cliffside Park, senior Ryan Haskell, Ramsey, senior SECOND TEAM Backs Felix Quiros Keller, Tenafly, junior Kenneth Vergel De Dios, Glen Rock, senior Kelvin Quevedo, Cliffside Park, junior Skylar Bogdanowitsch, Demarest, senior Kyle Carroll, Waldwick, senior Jayden Onal, Ramapo, junior Goalkeeper Joe Bataglia, Don Bosco Forwards Kevin Alves, Rutherford, senior Jakub Jandura, Wallington, senior Gian Paul Solano, Cresskill, senior Will Koo, Northern Highlands, senior Ryan Fife, Fair Lawn, senior Timofey Strele, Fort Lee, senior Midfielders Taiki Yanagihara, Ridgewood, senior Chahan Zamanian Rad, Don Bosco, sophomore Kaden Chan, Fort Lee, junior Jack Scuro, Demarest, senior Kevin McDonough, Ramapo, junior MJ Dungo, Ramapo, junior Ryan Chung, Bergen Catholic, sophomore Luke Ernst, Ramsey, sophomore THIRD TEAM Forwards Owen Neubert, Glen Rock, junior Souleymane Fall, Bergenfield, senior Tiago Alves, North Arlington Gerson Gonzalez, Cliffside Park Joseph Mancino, Emerson, senior Goalkeepers Wyatt Cosgriff, Northern Highlands George Geanopulos, Pascack Hills, senior Josh Bells, Fair Lawn, freshman Midfielders Alex Manziano, Waldwick, junior Niccolo Bongiorno, Tenafly, junior Ed Ko, Ramsey, senior Jason Remache, Hackensack, senior Ali Celik, Lyndhurst, junior Jack Zivan, Ridgewood, senior Gabriel Pedro, Ridgefield Park, senior Backs Sebastian Nitek, Garfield, junior Khalid Itani, Emerson, senior Sam Tausner, Dwight-Englewood, senior Jack Bart, Northern Highlands, senior Daniel Morales, Dwight Morrow, junior All-Passaic County FIRST TEAM Michael Robinson, Lakeland Josh Virgil, Passaic Tech Christian Prossilis, Wayne Valley David Gliksman, Wayne Hills Luis Portillo, Kennedy Erick Cuellar, Kennedy Emmanuel De Dios, Pompton Lakes Sean Rogers, Pompton Lakes Jimmy Gonzales, Passaic Andre Ruiz, Passaic Ronny Lima, Passaic Juan Carlos Vizcaino, Clifton Dylan Perez, Clifton Peter Lynch, Clifton Jacob Zybura, Clifton Coach of the Year: Rich Solis, Kennedy SECOND TEAM Evan Hopeck, Eastern Christian Gianluca Esposito, Wayne Valley Jake Rubis, Wayne Valley Christopher Adame, Passaic Tech Jacob Rahiman, Passaic Valley Arthur Bombardelli, Passaic Valley Brandon Bolanos, Passaic Valley Brandon Parra, Kennedy Benett Megnin, Hawthorne Vitalii Datsyk, Clifton Lukas Ferrada, Clifton Jeff Aktan, DePaul Kevin Barahona, DePaul Lorenzo Galante, West Milford Andrew Armstrong, Pompton Lakes Alejandro Cacuacil, Passaic Jessie Garcia, Passaic Justin Johannamann, Lakeland Carlos Santiago, Paterson Charter Brock Burres, Hawthorne Christian HONORABLE MENTION Danny Agudo, Steven Ozga, Clifton; Christian Cruz, Justin Anguisaca, DePaul; Ben Visbeen, Jack Veenema, Eastside; Jose Ayla Hernandez, Daniel Herbure, Eastside; Mathew Orlikoff, Max Bolanos, Hawthorne; AJ Mark, Joel Walker, Hawthorne Christian; Danny Gutierrez, Christopher Chavarria, Kennedy; Julian Jasiak, Victor Ciach, Lakeland; Anthony Castro, Jose Chanto, Manchester; Josue Miranda, Bryan Perez, Passaic; Abel Texucano, Christian Martinez, Passaic Charter; Anthony Mallamace, Jon Mallamace, Passaic Valley; Jean Peqn Castaneda Medina, Saad Mehdoun, Paterson Charter; Christian Martinez, Jiovanny Perez, Passaic Tech; Nick Schaffer, Zachary Cali, Pompton Lakes; Thepparit Rich Sysounthone, Geogios Tsatalios, Wayne Hills; Logan Parzecki, Lucas Messercola, Wayne Valley; Colin Madara, Chris Albar, West Milford....

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