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Few changes atop the WCTC Top Ten in Week 2

Not much has changed in the WCTC Week Two Central Jersey High School Football Top Ten.  In fact, the first four teams in the latest rankings stayed the same.  And no teams dropped out this week.  The only schools that suffered losses were #5 Ridge and #9 Bishop Ahr, both to out of area teams. …

Beagan: Let's talk about NJSIAA reviews of disqualifications

The big news out of the GMC this week has been about the two disqualifications Sayreville received in last Friday night's game against East Brunswick.  And Bombers head coach Chris Beagan says there at least should be some "talk" about making changes to how those are handled by the NJSIAA in the future. Current NJSIAA…

Piscataway and Sayreville share top spot in final WCTC Top Ten

The 2016 WCTC Central Jersey High School Football Co-Teams of the Year share the top-spot in the final Top Ten of the season.  The Chiefs and Bombers both won state championships, each finishing 10-2.  They also happened to rank among the top teams statewide, according to nj.com's final Top 20 of the season.  The Chiefs…

Piscataway and Sayreville share WCTC Team of the Year Honors; Somerville's Vanderbeek named Coach of the Year

The Piscataway Chiefs and Sayreville Bombers are WCTC's Co-Teams of the Year in Central Jersey High School Football for 2016.  Both teams finished the year 10-2 and won state championships on December 3rd at Rutgers. Piscataway won its first state title since 2011.  The 2nd-seeded Chiefs knocked off top-seed Manalapan 34-13 in the Central Jersey…