CRUSADERS MAUL MARAUDERS 41-14
OCTOBER 14 (ORADELL) - BC played its most complete game to date as it moves to #1 in most NJ polls, defeating St. Peter's Prep at Crusader Stadium. <<READ MORE>
BC JOLTS SJR 41-30 AS CRUSADERS COMPLETE 5-GAME VS DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION SCHEDULE
SEPTEMBER 30 (ORADELL) - Bergen earned a well-deserved bye after a tremendous effort to dismantle St. Joseph Regional at Crusader Stadium on Saturday. The Crusaders were firing on all cylanders and look forward to a bye week prior to welcoming St. Peters Prep on October 14.
McKENZIE GOES BEAST MODE AS CRUSADERS POUND PALADINS 31-14.
SEPTEMBER 22 (PARAMUS). After a short work week and long flight, the Crusaders returned to the Garden State to play its FOURTH CONSECUTIVE DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION IN FOUR WEEKS (next week will be the fifth). Josh McKenzie showed incredible grit and determination showing he and his teammates would not be denied victory on Friday night, leading BC to 21 unanswered 4th quarter points and a huge victory to start off BIG NORTH UNITED DIVISION PLAY.
MATER DEI MANHANDLES CRUSADERS 62-14
SEPTEMBER 16 (MISSION VIEJO, CA). BC travelled to California to take on the top team in the nation this evening. The home team executed like the #1 team should and were victorious.VIKINGS VICTORIOUS OVER CRUSADERS 27-21
SEPTEMBER 9 (ORADELL). BC faced a very determined Archbishop Wood team from Pennsylvania on Saturday and could not finish a drive with under a minute to go to outscore the visitors.
LANGAN SPARKS CRUSADERS VICTORY OVER SPARTANS 48-27
SEPTEMBER 2 (ORADELL) Senior QB, John Langan, passed for 5 touchdowns and ran in a sixth to propel the Crusaders to a terrific home opening victory at Crusader Stadium.