By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
It’s not often that high school teams travel out of state for contests, especially in football. It’s usually the top-notch high school programs that are able to do that, while the regular high school programs don’t ever get that luxury, because they do not have enough money to travel across the country or to another state because it would be too much money.
Sometimes, the team has to fundraise to help make this happen. Other times, the school has the money to afford it themselves or the home out-of-state helps with funding.
The former tennis academy has only been a football school for three years. However, in the second quarter, the North Jersey team leads on ESPN2.
Following an interception, Paramus scored on a 21-yard rushing touchdown for the early lead. They currently lead 13-7.
The Kevin Wright‘s IMG Academy team is 6-0 so far this season. They’re coming off wins against two New Jersey schools in Bergen Catholic High School Crusaders and St. Joseph Regional High School Green Knights.
They played the Bergen Catholic game at Bergen Catholic High School on Sept. 19 when they won 59-47.
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