PATERSON, NJ - John F. Kennedy's losing streak grew to six games when the Knights fell to the Clifton Mustangs, 44-20, on October 29.

The Knights actually jumped on top in the first quarter on Richard Clarke four-yard touchdown, but then Clifton ran off 37 unanswered points, according to  Dondre McClain scored four Mustang TDs during that outburst, with runs of nine, 11 and 15 yards and a 31-yard catch from QB Patrick Ferrara. The other Clifton scores came on a pass from Ferrar to Timothy Brown, and TD runs by Andrew Minuche and Joe Chiavetta.
Kennedy scored twice in the second half. Tahrik Brown has a 75-yard third quarter TD run, while Glen McDowell returned a fumble 22 yards for a score, according to
The 20 points was the most the Knights have scored since their season-opening 27-13 win over West Milford. Kennedy is now 1-6, while Clifton stands at 5-2.