Football - All-Star Games
Zack Earvin of South River rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns and completed an option pass that led to a score last night as Middlesex County posted a 28-20 victory over Union County in the ninth annual Snapple Bowl before 3,000 at Kean University in Union.
South River's Earvin leads Middlesex past Union
Hanif Davis of Cranford and Mike Lowery of Plainfield each hauled in touchdown passes in the final quarter for the Union County all-stars, who fell short in their rally during a 28-20 loss to Middlesex County last night in the ninth annual Snapple Bowl.
The game was played before 3,000 fans at Kean University in Union.
Snapple Bowl: Middlesex stars turn back Union
The football clock had been ticking, but Maurice Stovall had not really noticed. Until recently.
The 6-foot-6, 215-pound Archbishop Carroll graduate is weeks away from reporting to South Bend, Ind., for his first season at Notre Dame. But the reality that he is about to start his college career did not dawn on the 2002 Catholic League Blue Division MVP until this week.
Stovall prepares for Big 33 test
Eli Manning for the Heisman Trophy. You won't hear that phrase used by Mississippi. The school's campaign to push the junior quarterback to win college football's most coveted award has come to a screeching halt before it officially began when Archie Manning pulled the plug on his son's Heisman hype. He told the school twice this spring that if it is planning to promote his youngest son for the Heisman Trophy -- don't even think about it.
Dad dismisses Heisman campaign for Manning
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