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  1. Najee Glass is on the fast track to superstardom

    Brandon Parker

    Almost all kids have something they hate - brussels sprouts, chores, homework, being pinched on the cheek. For 7-year-old Najee Glass, it was track. "He would cry when I left him at practice," Trina Glass recalled with a laugh. Najee's first ra...

    Blog | June 21, 2012
  2. NJ Week 6 hoops rankings: Paterson Eastside enters top 10

    Brandon Parker

    After games on Sunday, Jan. 29 After a slow start to the season, Paterson Eastside is off and running, winning its last nine games and vaulting into the top 10 this week. DeAndre Noble-Haywood and Ky're Jackson have led the way, with Jackson dropp...

    Blog | January 31, 2012
  3. State title games set for the gridiron

    Brandon Parker

    Most local football fans are likely to be thankful for the slate of title games set for the week after Thanksgiving. *National No. 1 Don Bosco Prep easily reeled off its 44th straight win, riding Jabrill Peppers' four touchdowns to take down Param...

    Blog | November 21, 2011
  4. Old Tappan, Sayreville, St. Peter's Prep seek revenge in New Jers...

    Brandon Parker

    In sports, there's nothing worse than losing, but few things are better than a rematch - in the playoffs, at that. Several teams have this opportunity for revenge as we enter the second round of the New Jersey football postseason, so let's get to it:...

    Blog | November 17, 2011
  5. St. Peter's Prep looks for big win in Week 7 New Jersey football

    Brandon Parker

    Two losses marked the start of the season for a St. Peter's Prep not accustomed to losing that often. Granted, defeat came at the hands of talented opponent in Montclair and St. Joseph (Mont.), but the Marauders have righted the ship since then, winn...

    Blog | October 28, 2011
  6. Montclair rises up, Holy Spirit drops out of Week 7 NJ football r...

    Brandon Parker

    Results as of Sunday, Oct. 23 For three years, Montclair had come up short against rival East Orange, but with Khalif Herbin lighting up the scoreboard during an undefeated start, the Mounties figured this year could be different. Boy, were the...

    Blog | October 24, 2011
  7. Don Bosco tops Bergen Catholic, Holy Spirit falls in Week 4 NJ ra...

    Brandon Parker

    After games of Sunday, Oct. 2. Talk about a wild weekend of football. In a much-anticipated rivalry game, Don Bosco Prep showed why the fourth quarter is its time to shine while St. Joseph (Hamm.) avenged its lone loss from a year ago. Let's st...

    Blog | October 03, 2011
  8. Pollock, Tyree reach new heights on the gridiron

    Brandon Parker

    In this week's New Jersey All-State Football Stock Watch, we zero in on a tailback who makes 200-yard games a habit as well as a two-way starter who has his team climbing up the rankings. UP - Donta Pollock, Holy Spirit RB We all knew Pollock was...

    Blog | September 21, 2011
  9. Don Bosco Prep, Bergen Catholic take on Florida powers

    Brandon Parker

    To say the least, New Jersey powers Don Bosco Prep and Bergen Catholic are pulling no shots when it comes to establishing their national profile. Last week, Don Bosco, the nation's top-ranked team, took care of business against No. 6 Mission Viejo...

    Blog | September 16, 2011
  10. Montclair moves into rankings after wild win in opener

    Brandon Parker

    What was expected to be the most competitive game of the weekend turned out to be a snoozer (a 35-7 win against California's Mission Viejo), giving way to a thriller between Montclair and St. Peter's Prep. Five-foot-seven Khalif Herbin came up big...

    Blog | September 13, 2011
  11. Don Bosco Prep football faces big test in opener

    Brandon Parker

    For weeks, we've talked about the juggernaut that is Don Bosco Prep's football game. Four straight state titles. 35 consecutive wins. No. 1 ranking in the POWERADE FAB 50. This weekend, the curtain will finally be raised on the Ironmen and the Jer...

    Blog | September 09, 2011
  12. Singleton pledges to Badgers

    Brandon Parker

    Over the weekend, D.J. Singleton ended his hot recruitment by committing to Wisconsin. With the 6-foot-2, 200-pound safety/linebacker becoming their 10th pledge, the Badgers are quietly putting together one of the nation's top classes for 2012. Si...

    Blog | August 22, 2011