I invite you to help our efforts to promote the football and cheer program. The Woodbridge High School 5th Quarter Club is a non-profit organization. With your contributions we provide Varsity jackets, Jersey’s, end of the year Awards Banquet and college scholarships and various equipment.
Your interest in sponsoring the Woodbridge Barrons is greatly appreciated. The contributions are tax deductible and will help with the success of our organization for the students who participate in these programs.
1973 and prior, there were no playoff games as we know of today. State Titles were decided by the NJSIAA Championship Committee. It wasn't until 1974 that the playoff format was developed to decide on the field, a true champion. From 1974 through 1997, there were four teams that qualified for the playoffs. From 1998 to present, the playoff field comprised eight teams.
Charlie Guthrie, Correspondent 10:50 p.m. EDT October 24, 2014
WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge learned last week in its loss to Colonia how quickly the momentum can change and responded with a stellar performance on both sides of the ball.
Quarterback Tracy Fudge and running back Zahneer Shuler powered the quick-strike offense and linebacker Nathan Lainer and defensive back Quaasim Glover led an opportunistic defense as Woodbridge took the lead early and never let up in a 42-7 victory over South Plainfield last night in a Greater Middlesex Conference-White Division match up.
Woodbridge scored 35 unanswered points, including 28 in the second half, last night after surrendering a 14-point, second-quarter lead a week ago in a 49-27 loss to Colonia.
“At the half, there was just all emotion in the locker room,” said Shuler, who finished with five receptions for 132 yards and scored three touchdowns. We talked about how last week we were close and we gave up the lead. This week we were just focused on finishing and doing what our team needed to do to execute.
“That was a big thing. It’s all about the mental stuff. When you have that figured out, you can go out here and play as hard as you can.” continued
GMC TOP 10
Marcus Borden and Greg Tufaro
October 26, 2014
1. Piscataway 6-0
2. South Brunswick 7-0
3. Colonia 7-0
4. Monroe 5-2
5. Old Bridge 4-2
6. Carteret 5-2
7. J.F. Kennedy 5-2
8. Woodbridge 4-3
9. Dunellen 6-1
10. Spotswood 4-3
South Plainfield (7) at Woodbridge (42)
By The Star Ledger on October 24, 2014 11:21 p.m.
Zahneer Shuler scored three touchdowns to lead Woodbridge to a 42-7 victory over South Plainfield in Woodbridge.
Woodbridge led, 20-7, at halftime behind a 65-yard TD run by Nathan Lanier, a 40-yard interception return by Quassim Glover and a 58-yard TD reception by Shuler from Tracy Fudge.
Kyle Dickerson scored on an 8-yard run for South Plainfield. Woodbridge outscored South Plainfield, 22-0, in the second half. Shuler scored on TD runs of 38 and 4 yards and Tyler Smith returned an interception 90 yards for a score.
Woodbridge (27) at Colonia (49)
By The Star Ledger on October 17, 2014 11:29 p.m.
Tenni Adewusi threw three touchdown passes and ran for another and Sam Pero finished with three TDs to lead Colonia over Woodbridge, 49-27, in Colonia.
Adewusi, who went 12-of-17 passing for 272 yards, connected with Pharaoh Napolean for a 62-yard strike, Bryce Barneys for 51 yards and Pero for a 7-yard score and added a 1-yard TD run to lead Colonia's offensive attack. Pero added TD runs of 3 and 49 yards as he ran for 138 yards on 18 carries. Napolean finished with four catches for 139 yards.
James Corbett added a 68-yard punt return for a TD for Colonia in the fourth quarter. Tracy Fudge threw a pair of TD passes for Woodbridge
Game 10 - TBA
NJSIAA Playoffs - Round One
Friday, November 14, 2014 TBA
Woodbridge High School
9 State Championship Titles, 12 Conference / Divisional Titles
Greater Middlesex Conference - White Division NJSIAA - NJ 2, Group 4
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H I G H S C H O O L F O O T B A L L W E E K L Y P I C K S
By Greg Tufaro
October 23, 2014
South Plainfield (2-3) at Woodbridge (3-3):
Woodbridge had a three-game winning streak snapped in last weekend's deceptive 49-27 loss to undefeated Colonia. Pat Waldrop completed 8 of 16 passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns while leading South Plainfield to a victory over Bishop Ahr in his debut last weekend. Woodbridge's Quassim Glover is the area's leading receiver (453 yards) and Tracy Fudge is the area's second-leading passer (801 yards). Woodbridge is balanced offensively with running backs Zahneer Shuler and Nate Lanier combining for more than 700 rushing yards. South Plainfield's Kyle Dickerson has amassed 1,040 yards rushing, receiving and passing.
By Braulio Perez
October 23, 2014
QUICK PICKS - GMC Football
FRIDAY, OCT. 24
X-Dunellen at Asbury Park 6 pm
New Brunswick at X-Freehold Township 6:30 pm
X-Monroe at Howell 6:30pm
Bishop Ahr at X-Carteret
St. Joseph (Met.) at X-Colonia
North Brunswick at X-J.P. Stevens
X-Iselin Kennedy at Perth Amboy
Highland Park at X-Point Pleasant Beach
X-Piscataway at Sayreville (Piscataway wins by forfeit)