High Point falls to Morris Hills


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  • High Point ball carrier Davis Dvorak is grabbed by Morris Hills defender Dre Moreno in the fourth quarter.




  • High Point ball carrier Jake Philip moves towards an opening in the second half.




  • High Point ball carrier Chad Musilli breaks away in the open field on his way to the end zone for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.




  • High Point ball carrier Travis Tallamy on the move in the second half.




  • High Point quarterback Jacob Liscinsky holds the ball as he scans the field for an open receiver in the fourth quarter.



Morris Hills High School defeated High Point Regional High School, 32-6, in varsity football on Friday, Oct. 6.

In the week prior High Point defeated Montville, 41-13, on the road. This week High Point was on the other end of the score spectrum, achieving only six points, the least amount from their offense this season. Morris Hills maintained control of the field from start to finish.

Morris Hills quarterback Nick Carlotti threw for two touchdowns. Tight end Devin Caruso and running back Sam Valerio each caught the ball for one touchdown. Running backs Jeremy Busel and Angelo Macera each scored a rushing touchdown for Morris Hills.

High Point running back Chad Musilli did manage to break through Morris Hills defense to score a rushing touchdown late in the game.

Morris Hills improved to 4-1, while High Point fell to 3-2.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter





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