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There's often no better place to learn the fundamentals
are a few towns where young gridders get a great
education in the sport. New Jersey towns are notorious
for strong football culture from the pee wee level up
through to the high school. Two towns where football
takes center stage are Bayonne and Teaneck.
Bayonne, which is a part of Hudson county is a strong
working class city with a strong tradition in sports, It's
one of the comparatively few U.S. schools with an ice
rink. The feeder system is alive and well in Bayonne as
they've had churned out their share of leading athletes
over the years. Teaneck, being another football farm
grooms their players young too and it definitely shows.
What happens is fans get treated to some great football. There's no doubt that fans and family certainly went home
hoarse after cheering their respective teams on this weekend. One of the first things we have to say is that both of
the township high schools have to be salivating with anticipation when looking at the linemen they will inherit next
season. Since these players are at the varsity level the next step up for them will be as high school freshmen. The
size of most of the linemen gives new meaning to the term, "growth spurt." Any freshmen coach who acquires these
plow horses will be more than happy with the holes they'll punch in most any defense.
From where we sat it seemed that at the end of the first half the game could have gone either way with the score
being where it could have swung either way. However in the third quarter a few pivotal plays sparked the
Highwaymen defense which spread more confidence to the Teaneck offense,leading to their ultimate victory.
Looking at the Bayonne team they certainly have potential but time and persistence should bring them to the top of
their game . Game shots have been posted
So what happens when two such towns meet on the 50 yard line to do battle?