Madison Beats Millburn 28-6 in Annual Thanksgiving Game

Credits: Bob Karp
Credits: Bob Karp
Credits: Bob Karp
Credits: Bob Karp

MADISON, NJ — The Madison Dodgers beat the Millburn Millers 28-6 on Thanksgiving Day to keep their undefeated season alive and go to 11-0.  Madison extends their series overall record to 51-28-5.

In a low scoring first quarter, Madison scored the first points of the game with a 29-yard touchdown catch by Stephen Esposito from Mike Kearney.  Kearney and Esposito’s chemistry increases every game and is peaking at the right time.

The Dodger defense did a fantastic job by shutting out the Millburn offense in the first two quarters and went into the locker room up 14-0.

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After a scoreless third quarter, Kearney would go on to find the end zone with a 10-yard rush. He would end the game being responsible for all four touchdowns, three rushing and one on the ground. P.J Mulcahy rushed for a game high 172 yards for the Dodgers.

Millburn got on the board with 10:19 left in the game when Peter Serruto threw a 22-yard pass to Ben Pampush. Madison would go on to tack on a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

The Dodgers will play Lenape Valley in the NJSIAA State Sectional Final on Friday, December 2nd. They will try to win their 20th straight game dating back to last season.

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