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Dayton Football: Ends Regular Season with South Hunterdon visit Friday at 7 p.m.

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Credits: Chip Dickson
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Credits: Chip Dickson
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SOUTH HUNTERDON, NJ - With a ridiculous NJSIAA Regional Crossover game to be scheduled over the next couple of weeks, the Dayton football team will play in its regular season finale tonight at South Hunterdon High School in Lambertville, with kickoff slated for 7 p.m.

Junior David LePoidevin threw for 195 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead Bound Brook to a 42-0 victory over Dayton last Friday in Bound Brook.

Dayton (1-7), which dropped to 0-5 on the road this season, have lost three games to Bound Brook and fell to 5-7 in the series, dating back to 2006.

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South Hunterdon (1-7) comes into Friday’s contest in a similar state of affairs as Dayton, having lost two straight games, including a 41-14 setback at South River last Saturday.

Dayton has had success against South Hunterdon, winning two straight games, including a 28-7 home triumph last season. Since 2006 (with the exception of 2007), the Bulldogs are 6-4 against the Eagles, winning six of its last nine meetings, and have a 2-3 record away from home.

Final Regular Season Farewell and Thank You

Seven Dayton seniors will bid farewell to their high school careers on the gridiron Friday night: Jeff Carrier (2-year player), Ryan Lashuk (4-year letter winner), Chris Lepore (3-year player), Nick Maslo (2-year letter winner, but a member of team for 4 years), Anthony Rajoppi (4-year letter winner), Antonio Salcfas (4-year letter winner), and Kris Stewart (2-year player).



2017 Dayton Football Results/Schedule: Sept. 8 – Belvidere, L, 14-17; Sept. 15 at Roselle Park, L, 41-6; Sept. 23 – at Manville, L, 42-6; Sept. 28 – Highland Park, W, 42-14 (Senior Night); Oct. 6 – at Brearley, L, 41-27; Oct. 14 – at Hillside, L, 51-8; Oct. 21 – Roselle, L, 61-0; (home finale); Oct. 27 – at Bound Brook, L, 42-0; Nov. 3 – at South Hunterdon, 7 p.m.

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