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Roxbury Football Gets a Win in 'Crossover' Game

November 2, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury High School football team came out on top Thursday in a post-regular-season game against Plainfield.

The NJSIAA crossover game - a type of consolation game made available to teams that don't make it into the state tournament - saw the Gaels defeat the Cardinals 17-13. 

Roxbury, playing at home, took an early lead when Evan Vazquez ...

Rough Season Ends With Loss for Roxbury Football

ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury High School football team's season ended Friday with a loss to West Morris Central at home on Senior Night.

The Gaels' 27-14 loss left their season record at 2-6 and their eyes aimed on a better record next year.

The Wolfpack was first to get on the scoreboard with a touchdown late in the first quarter. The extra-point attempt failed, leaving the score ...

Coach Happy with New Roxbury Gymnastics Team's Job at Championship

ROXBURY, NJ – The new Roxbury High School gymnastics team was narrowly beaten Tuesday in league championship competition, losing to Montclair.

The Gaels total of 100.575 wasn’t enough to beat Montclair’s 100.625, but coach Tara Liska said she was pleased with the performance.

“The girls went in with really great attitudes and had outstanding performances,” ...

Roxbury Football Stays in the Game but Loses to Mt. Olive

Mouht Olive, NJ - The Roxbury High School football team fought hard Friday night but lost 6-0 against Mount Olive.

The away-game loss brings the Gaels' record to 2-5. 

Mount Olive got its six points with a 3rd Period touchdown by Flynn Brown. It was 0-0 until the Marauders No. 2 broke through, taking advantage of a Roxbury blitz, for a long run and ...

Competition Not Done for Roxbury's 6-2 Gymnastics Team

ROXBURY, NJ - The inaugural Roxbury High School gymnastics team wrapped up its regular season on Oct. 12 with a meet against Indian Hills High School where the girls stuck another win in the books beating Indian Hills 99.05 to 89.7.

Tiffany Zieba was the leading point scorer, earning the highest score on every event out of all of the girls that competed. The other key ...

Roxbury Football Falls to Morris Knolls

ROXBURY, NJ - Despite scoring first and eventually racking up 24 points, the Roxbury High School football team on Friday lost to Morris Knolls.

The 34-24 defeat came on the Gaels' home field during the team's annual homecoming game. It leaves Roxbury with a 2-4 record so far.

With the Gaels leading 10-7 in the second quarter, the Golden Eagles scrambled to a 21-10 lead ...

Lake Loop Brings Hopatcong State Park to Life

ROXBURY, N.J. - By October, summer’s roar of activity at Hopatcong State Park in Landing fades to little more than the whisper of windswept leaves scraping along pavement. But some days are exceptions.

The sixth annual Lake Loop, which took place Oct. 7 at the park, pulled in several hundred visitors. Cars crammed the parking lot, music filled the air and everywhere ...

An Event to Honor the Tardive Family - Founders of Roxbury Youth Football

ROXBURY, NJ – The Roxbury community is invited to attend an Oct. 20 ceremony honoring the Tardive family for its role in starting youth football in the township 60 years ago.

The ceremony will take place around 6 p.m. at the Horseshoe Lake Park football field before the Roxbury Jr. Gaels varsity team takes the field, said Jr. Gaels Assistant Coach Kevin Spitzer, who is helping organize ...

Young Roxbury Volleyball Team Keeps Positive Attitude

ROXBURY, NJ – It's been a season of challenges, growth and upbeat attitude for the Roxbury High School volleyball team,which reached 8-8 on Oct. 5 with a win over Kinnelon in a Morris County Tournament (MCT) first-round match, 

The team, which takes on Jefferson today, will face West Morris on Oct. 13 for an MCT quarterfinal round match.

Roxbury is the No. 9 seed and ...

Roxbury Football Stymied by Undefeated Randolph

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph High School football team celebrated homecoming Friday by showing no mercy to its rival neighbors from Roxbury, running out to 26-0 halftime lead, and then cruising to a 33-0 victory to move to 6-0 on the season.

The loss, which came on the heels of a Sept. 29 35-12 victory over Morristown, puts the Gaels at 2-3.

The Randolph team seized on the passion of ...


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