SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Andrew Vito - WR
John Langan - QBSECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pat Palmer - DB
St. Peters Prep Defeats Bergen 28-7 in State Semi-final
Bergen faithful will celebrate and remember a tremendous season, winning seven ball games in arguably the toughest conference in the Nation. Congratulations to Coach Campanile and the entire staff and program on a season that brought some tremendous memories and highlights.
BC - SPP NJSIAA SEMI-FINAL WILL NOT BE AIRED ON BLEACHERS
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BC Stamps Ticket to Semis with Victory of St. Augustine Prep 57-33
If you liked offensive football, this was the game to attend as BC racked up big numbers in the air to take down St. Augustine Prep (9-1). Johnny Langan tossed 4 TD passes to lead BC.
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Crusaders Give Seniors a Great Sendoff
BC defeated Seton Hall Prep and honored the members of its senior class with a victory. This was BC's last regular season home game and prelude to the State Playoffs which begin in Oradell next Saturday vs. St. Augustine Prep.
Kearney's Boot Extends the Game; Ironmen Take it in OT
Michael Kearney's field goal with twenty-seven seconds left tied the score of this defensive battle, but the Ironmen's touchdown in Overtime sealed the deal on Saturday.
Johnny Football and BC Takes Down Pope John 14-7
It was a great day for the defense, led by Ship Idrizzi and Vininie Martin helped Johnny Langan's two rushing TD separate victory from defeat in Sparta. BC hosts Bosco in NJ's biggest game next week.
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Crusader Comeback Comes Close
It did not start well for BC in the first half, but the Scarlet and Gold gave its travelling Crazies something to cheer about in the second half rallying from a 34-6 deficit to a nearly miraculous come from behind victory which fell just short at 48-42. BC will look to get back up off the carpet as it faces Pope John XXIII next Saturday in Sparta.
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Another Doosey as Joes Boots Bergen in 2OTs
As predicted, Week 4 was not the only game vying for GOTY honors. This one boasted an away herculean effort by the Scarlet and Gold, coming back from a 14-0 second quarter deficit to the verge of a big win on an apparent TD run in the second OT, only to be called back by a holding call. BC suffered its first setback of the 2017 season, but in no way was the game anything other than a heroic display of heart and grit.
MEMORABLE MOMENTS IN BC-SJR BY THE RECORDTALE OF THE TAPE - BC-SJR - RECORD
THE STAR LEDGER LOOKS AT THE LAST TEN YEARS OF BC-SJR FOOTBALL
THE RECORD LOOKS AT BC's FAST START: READ MORE HERE
Game of the Year: Week 4
If you love HS football, this game represented what it's all about. Two undefeated foes battling to be the best the Garden State has to offer. Banged up and bruised, Bergen battled PC's Paladins for four quarters, overcoming a last period, seven-point deficit to win 17-10 on Daniel Kearney's game winning field goal. Andrew Vito and Rhamir Johnson plus a tremendous offensive line performance helped the Crusaders make the drives when needed. Eric Massey forced a fumble, recovered by Aneaes DiCosmo to close out the victory with about 40 seconds remaining. The Shipron Idrizi-led linebacking corp was once again tremendous and applied tremendous pressure to a highly potent Paladin attack. But one of the things that makes 2016 such a remarkable team is the play of its quarterback, Johnny Langan, whose performance demonstrated heart only a champion possesses.
This was certainly the Game of the Year in Week 4. With the schedule BC has, don't be surprised to see a number of other games contend for GOTY status!GAME ARTICLE IN RECORD
FOLLOW UP RECORD ARTICLE FOCUSING ON ANKAURY CAMILO
RECORD'S PHOTOS FROM SATURDAY'S GAMESTAR LEDGER COVERAGE OF BC-PC
Crusaders Down DePaul Catholic 21-7 in SuperConference Opener
Again Rhamir Johnson dazzled his opponents (DePaul his latest victim) with a 50-yard touchdown run and 9/120 rushing. Josh McKenzie also had a career night with 140 rushing yards and a touchdown as BC's defense also shined wtih Antonio Alfano, Connor Hebbler and Shipron
Idrizzi and the gang holding their second-straight opponent to just one touchdown.RECORD COVERAGE FOUND HERE
FOLLOW UP COVERAGE FOUND HERE
DEPAUL HIGHLIGHT VIDEO
Bergen Lightning Shocks Tampa
In a hard-hitting game weather and electrifiying plays highlighted a game between teams on a Crusade. Rhamir Johnson's 91 yard kickoff return and dazzling speed complimented by some thunder from Josh McKenzie helped to set the pace.RECORD COVERAGE FOUND HERE.
MONDAY FOLLOW UP COVERAGE.
Crusaders Sink Viking Ship in Opener 34-16
Bergen Catholic traveled to Warminster, Pa to play an explosive and hard-hitting Archbishop Wood Football Team. Led by a four-touchdown pass performance by Junior, Captain, John Langan, the Crusaders dropped a bomb on the Vikings home opener. RECORD COVERAGE CAN BE FOUND HERE. READ VARSITY ACES JERSEY TOUGH ARTICLE HERE.READ ON NJ.COM HERE.
JERSEY SPORTS NOW HIGHLIGHTS FOUND HERE.