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Newton Football Team Remains Undefeated

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NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School football team continues their winning streak against Wallkill Valley on Saturday. The score 42-6 keeps the Braves undefeated this season.

Chase Cramer, who has led the Braves in many victories last season and this, once again led the Braves in this victory over Wallkill Valley.

Cramer had a total of 18 points throughout the game, followed by Wyatt McCarthy, Luke Young, and Julian Sibblies with six points. Devin Mager added five points, and Kyle Vandenberg had one.

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Offensively, Young completed eight of his 13 attempted passes for a total of 118 yards passed. Jaiden Elliot grabbed five passes for a total of 78 yards. Young connected with Dante Northe three times for a total of 40 yards.

Cramer led the team in rushing with 151 yards on 18 attempts resulting in  three touchdowns. Young had 51 yards on the ground, followed by Jimmy Snyder with 41 and Northe with 24 yards.

Defensively, Jonathan VanNess Ryan, Troy Babcock and Kyheem Butler each had a sack. Elliot and Young each had one interception. 

The Newton Braves football team is 8-0 overall this season and lead their division with a division record of 5-0.

Newton will host North Warren under the lights on Palmer Field on Thursday, November 2 with a 7 p.m. kick-off.

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