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Hasbrouck Heights High School Football Team Scrimmages Wallington and Rutherford

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Hasbrouck Heights head coach Nick Delcalzo at Tuesday's tri-scrimmage at Depken Field. Credits: John Hund
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Quarterback James Klenk hands off to Nico Facchini against Rutherford High School. Credits: John Hund
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Nico Facchini runs to avoid a Rutherford defenseman. Credits: John Hund
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Jasiah Purdie gathers in the pass against Rutherford High School. Credits: John Hund
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Hasbrouck Heights Aviators defense had their turn against Wallington High School. Credits: John Hund
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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – High school football returned to Depken Field Tuesday morning as Hasbrouck Heights scrimmaged Rutherford High School and Wallington High School.

The defending North I, Group I State champions looked okay on both sides of the ball during the scrimmage.   Not mid-season crisp, but the Aviators had the look of a quality team once again.

“We have a lot of work to do, “said Hasbrouck Heights coach Nick Delcalzo. “But that is what these scrimmages are for, to show you what you need to work on.  We have a few more scrimmages left, and time to work on things before the games start.”

The Aviators have scrimmages scheduled for Saturday morning against Cedar Grove and Lyndhurst on Saturday in Lyndhurst and a game scrimmage on Thursday, August 31 at Depken Field against Lodi High School.  The scrimmage against Lodi will begin at 6 pm.

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