Ridge Red Devils Football Schedule Set: First Game Away, Immaculata Matchup in October

The first home game for Ridge Red Devils football in the fall 2017 season is set for Sept. 15 against Westfield. Credits: File photo
Ridge Red Devils beat Union in the 2015 season Credits: Terry Boudreau

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The 2017 season for Ridge Red Devils football is set, with this fall's first game on the schedule on the road Friday, Sept. 8 at Montgomery High School.

The first home game for the Red Devils this fall is scheduled for Sept. 15 against Westfield High School at Lee Field.

That first home game is also Black Out night, PEC night dedicated to the Parents of Exceptional Children organization, and also dedicated to the RYSI, Ridge Youth Sports, Inc.

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The team's schedule and special events for each game is already posted on the website. The usual game time is 7 p.m.

Homecoming is scheduled for the Sept. 22 home game against Linden, and Senior Night is set for Nov. 3 against neighboring Watchung Hills. 

The season's game against Immaculata High School from Somerville -- always a big rivalry -- will have fans waiting until Oct. 13 this year. That game is at home.

The team already has a heavy practice schedule under way.

The deadline to order Ridge Football Lawn Signs to show spirit and support is July 31.

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