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    The 2017 Far Hills Race will take place Saturday at Moorland Farm.

    FAR HILLS -- It's that time again. 

    Thousands will converge on the rolling hills of Moorland Farm Saturday for a day of steeplechase racing and tailgating -- in style -- for the 97th annual Far Hills Race Meeting

    Proceeds from the event will benefit the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset and Cancer Support Community.  

    Seven races will be held throughout the day with combined winnings of $800,000, organizers said. It's a premier event for the American steeplechase community. But the day is also known for drawing party-goers across the state. 

    In previous years, dozens have been arrested for unruly behavior but the police have cracked down recently, pushing that number down. 

    The Far Hills Race Meeting began as a fox hunting event in Montclair in 1870. In 1916, the event moved to Moorland Farm -- where it's still held today -- and eventually became known as the Far Hills Race Meeting.

    NJ Transit is offering special services between Hoboken and Far Hills. Extra trains will leave from Hoboken at least every hour from 7:31 - 11:20 a.m., with more frequent service from 8:39 - 10:35 a.m.

    Extra trains will depart Summit at least every hour from 8:14 a.m. - 1:14 p.m., with more frequent service from 9 - 11:15 a.m. NJ Transit said travelers should purchase round trip tickets in order to avoid long lines. 

    There will also be additional shuttle buses running at least every 30 minutes between Gladstone and Far Hills.

    Doors open at 8 a.m. Saturday. The first race starts at 1 p.m. Tickets are $200 at the door. For more information visit www.farhillsrace.org.

    Karen Yi may be reached at kyi@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter at @karen_yi or on Facebook


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    Long Branch Officer Jake Pascucci was driving a 2016 Jeep Cherokee on Sept. 22 when he fatally struck a 60-year-old woman crossing the street. Watch video

    NEW BRUNSWICK -- An off-duty Long Branch police officer who fatally struck a woman in Long Branch last month has been issued reckless and careless driving summonses, authorities said Friday.

    Jake Pascucci, 28, was driving a 2016 Jeep Cherokee southbound on Ocean Boulevard when the vehicle hit Karen Borkowski at the Broadway intersection as she crossed the road around 8:15 p.m. on Sept. 22, authorities said.

    Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said criminal charges are being considered. The investigation into the incident is continuing.  

    Pascucci.jpgOfficer Jake Pascucci was named "Cop of the Month" in February 2015. (Long Branch Police Department Facebook page)

    Pascucci told officers at the scene he had a green light and that Borkowski was jaywalking, according to dashboard camera video from police at the scene.

    "She walked right in front of me, jaywalking," he can be heard saying in the video. "I have a green light, going this way, southbound. She walked right out in front of me."

    Borkowski, 60, of Stanhope, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    A police report filed by the Long Branch Police Department did not include the speed Pascucci was traveling. 

    The crash was initially under investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. However, the case was transferred to Middlesex County to avoid a conflict of interest because Pascucci was part of an investigation led by the prosecutor's office in Monmouth County.

    Pascucci's status as an officer is unclear. Long Branch acting police Chief Jason Roebuck said Thursday that he needed to check if he could release that information. He said on Friday that he didn't have a chance to check on the officer's status, and declined to comment on the summonses. 

    A message left for Pascucci was not immediately returned. 

    Pascucci has been a member of the Long Branch police force since August 2014. Before that, he was a full-time officer in Oceanport for a couple years and a part-time special officer in Long Branch.

    He was recognized by the Long Branch Police Department as the "Cop of the Month" in February 2015. 

    Anyone with information may call (732) 745-8842.

    Alex Napoliello may be reached at anapoliello@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @alexnapoNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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    A look at all of Week 7's football action.

    WEEK 7 KEY LINKS
    19 bold predictions
    26 must-see games
    Top 20 picks and schedule
    Statewide stat leaders
    Quick picks
    Power points
    Top 20, group and conference rankings 

    FRIDAY FEATURED GAMES

    Ramapo at River Dell, 6
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Glen Ridge at Shabazz, 7
    Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    St. John Vianney at Red Bank Catholic, 7
    Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Haddonfield at West Deptford, 7
    West Deptford, Haddonfield football teams limping into huge battle
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Hillsborough at North Hunterdon, 7
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Florence at Maple Shade, 7
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Steinert at Allentown, 7
    Previewing Steinert-Allentown football game, Spartans' defense ready for toughest challenge yet
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Gloucester Catholic at Woodstown, 7
    SJT Game of the Week: Woodstown in must-win mode vs. Gloucester Cath.
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Sparta at West Morris, 7:30
    Live updates
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Somerville at Johnson, 7
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    • Box score

    South Brunswick at Sayreville, 7
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Hamilton West at Ewing, 7
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Nottingham at Lawrence, 7
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Bridgeton at Millville, 6
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Cherry Hill East at Clearview, 7
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Delsea at Eastern, 7
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Bayonne at Union City
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    TOP 20 SCOREBOARD
    Friday
    • Seton Hall Prep at No. 4 DePaul, 7
    • Paul VI at No. 5 Timber Creek, 7
    • Bridgeton at No. 6 Millville, 6
    • No. 9 Vineland at Atlantic City, 6
    • No. 10 Manalapan at Neptune, 7
    • No. 11 Montclair at West Orange, 7
    • No. 12 Lenape at Hopewell Valley, 7
    • No. 13 Don Bosco Prep at No. 14 Paramus Catholic, 7
    • St. John Vianney at No. 15 Red Bank Catholic, 7
    • Ramapo at No. 16 River Dell, 6
    • No. 17 Westfield at Immaculata, 7
    • No. 18 Old Tappan at Northern Highlands, 6:15
    • No. 19 Phillipsburg at Montgomery, 7
    • Seneca at No. 20 Camden Catholic, 7
    Saturday
    • No. 7 Pope John at No. 1 Bergen Catholic, 1
    • No. 2 St. Joseph (Mont.) at No. 3 St. Peter’s Prep, 1
    • Notre Dame at No. 8 Rancocas Valley, 2

    SATURDAY FEATURED GAMES

    No. 7 Pope John at No. 1 Bergen Catholic, 1
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    No. 2 St. Joseph (Mont.) at No. 3 St. Peter’s Prep, 1
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    • Box score

    South River at Keansburg, 1
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Manchester Regional at Rutherford, 1
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Burlington Township at Trenton, 1
    Preview: Burlington Township at Trenton in The Times of Trenton Game of the Week
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Notre Dame at No. 8 Rancocas Valley, 2
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Gateway at Haddon Township, 10:30
    • Game story
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Delaware Valley at Hillside, 1
    • Live updates
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Camden at Pennsauken, 12
    Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Triton at Woodrow Wilson, 12
    • Game story
    • Box score

    Jeremy Schneider may be reached at jschneider@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @J_Schneider. Find NJ.com on Facebook.


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    The victim told police 8 or 9 men physically assaulted him on Bishop Place in New Brunswick

    NEW BRUNSWICK -- Eight or nine men surrounded a man and physically assaulted him in New Brunswick early Saturday, Rutgers University police said.

    The men ran in an unknown direction after they attacked the victim around 2:20 a.m. on Bishop Place, adjacent to College Avenue, police said. They said no weapons were used in the assault. 

    The victim, described only as being "affiliated with Rutgers," was treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries and then released. 

    Police said they did not have descriptions of the suspects. They ask anyone with information or who was in the area at the time to call the police department's detective bureau at 848-932-8025. 

    Marisa Iati may be reached at miati@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @Marisa_Iati or on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook

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    The two, unidentified suspects are responsible for cashing in on more than $70,000 in fraudulent ATM transactions in September at banks throughout Monmouth County.

    HOWELL - An international scheme to steal thousands of dollars from ATM customers by using a device that captures debit card information has infiltrated Monmouth County, police said.

    ATM_Scheme.jpgPolice said these two suspects used an ATM "skimmer" to steal thousands of dollars from hundreds of customers. They have been spotted making fraudulent withdraws at ATM machines around Monmouth County and one bank location in Middlesex County. (Howell Police Department)

    The two, unidentified suspects are responsible for cashing in on more than $70,000 in fraudulent ATM transactions in September at banks around Monmouth County and at least one bank in Middlesex County, police said.  

    A device, known as an ATM "skimmer," was placed on an automated teller machine at the Manasquan Bank location at 185 East Main Street in Manasquan from Sept. 1 to Sept. 4 and again on Sept. 8 to Sept. 11, according to police.

    The device looks like a real debit-card reader and is placed over the bank's original ATM card slot. It captures the information from every card that goes through it while allowing the customer to proceed with the transaction. This elaborate scheme also included the use of a second device to capture an ATM user's pin number as the customer entered it in the keypad, police said. 

    At the Manasquan Bank on Route 9 in Howell, police said bank employees noticed the two suspects used lip balm to blur the camera as they made "numerous" ATM withdrawals from multiple account holders one after another.

    Police said most of the $70,000 obtained through fraudulent transactions at Manasquan Bank locations in Howell, Manasquan and Wall, and the First Constitution Bank in Fair Haven, as well as several other banks and ATM locations in the area, came from cardholders in countries outside of the United States. 

    So far, police said, none of the fraudulent transactions have affected bank customers in Monmouth County. However, police are urging customers who used the ATM at the Manasquan Bank on East Main Street in Manasquan in early September to notify the bank and "take immediate action on their accounts" to avoid fraud.

    Police have released surveillance photos in hopes of identifying the two suspects.

    Police said the suspects have used two rental cars from an agency in Brooklyn, which have since been returned. One of the suspects used the fake identity "Michele Toto" and presented a driver's license from Italy to rent the vehicle, according to police. 

    Police urged anyone with information to call Howell police Detective Robert Ortenzi at 732-938-4575 ext. 2894 or email him at rortenzi@howellpolice.org. Anonymous tips can also be left at www.p3tips.com.  

    Alex Napoliello may be reached at anapoliello@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @alexnapoNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook.


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    Luther Lewis, 39, of Piscataway, pleaded guilty to charges he led an auto-theft ring that stole and resold vehicles from people advertising their cars and trucks on Craigslist.

    TRENTON - One of three masterminds behind an auto-theft ring has pleaded guilty to charges his criminal network stole and resold vehicles from people advertising their cars and trucks on Craigslist, authorities said Monday.

    Luther Lewis, 39, of Piscataway, pleaded guilty to charges of leading the auto-theft network and conspiracy to commit theft by deception before Judge Benjamin Bucca in the Middlesex County courthouse, Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino said. 

    As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors will recommend a 10-year prison term. He is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 12.

    "Lewis was a driving force behind a network of auto thieves who used Craigslist as a hunting ground for victims," Porrino said.

    Lewis was one of three people charged with masterminding the ring, which was responsible in 2015 for the theft of 10 vehicles valued in total at $248,650, the attorney general said.

    The vehicles, which included a BMW X5, a Mercedes Benz E350, and a Jeep Grand Cherokee, were sold to dealerships for a $107,250 profit, authorities said. 

    Sixteen other people were also charged as participants in the criminal network, eight of whom have pleaded guilty and await sentencing. Six were admitted into an intervention program and charges are pending against two others, Porrino said in a statement with acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Christopher Iu.

    Authorities said the network's leaders had people pose as shoppers interested in purchasing vehicles advertised by private sellers on Craigslist. They then bought the vehicles with a counterfeit cashier's check and the sellers, in turn, handed over the vehicles' keys and title.

    The fake buyers typically arranged to purchase the vehicles in the late afternoon so sellers could not take the counterfeit checks to the bank that day, authorities said. The buyers could not be traced because they used fake or stolen identification.

    But before the sellers could take the check to the bank, other people took the vehicle titles to the state Motor Vehicle Commission to transfer the title into their names, authorities said. They would then sell the vehicle to a car dealership for cash.

    Lewis paid these fake buyers between $300 and $1,000 each for their role in the scheme, prosecutors said. 

    Another organizer in the scheme, Justinas Vaitoska, a 40-year-old from Palm Beach Gardens in Florida, pleaded guilty in May to second-degree conspiracy to commit theft by deception. Prosecutors are seeking a seven-year prison sentence for Vaitoska, who also pleaded guilty to third-degree charges of theft by deception and bad checks in an accusation related to a separate check cashing fraud conspiracy.

    The third accused ring leader, Tyisha Brantley, 37, of Scotch Plains, has been charged with first-degree promotion of organized street crime, second-degree leader of an auto theft network and other offenses for her role in the network, prosecutors said. More charges were filed against Brantley last month in a separate attempt to steal about $241,000 from an online lending company, authorities said. 

    Seven other people, who are listed below, have pleaded guilty in connection with the network. Prosecutors will recommend they be sentenced to probation, the attorney general said. 

    • Milagros Jimenez, 55, of Haines City, Florida, pleaded guilty to second-degree conspiracy to commit theft by deception.
    • Stephen Hester, 29, of Orange, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree falsification of records.
    • Nikisha Goodman, 29, of Avenel, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree falsification of records.
    • Deborah Rodgers, 33, of Carteret, pleaded guilty to third-degree conspiracy to commit theft by deception.
    • Nakita Savage, 29, of Newark, pleaded guilty to third-degree theft by deception.
    • Tassan Howard, 33, of Newark, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree falsifying records.
    • Javairia Jihad, 29, of East Orange, pleaded guilty to fraud relating to public records and recordable instruments, a disorderly persons offense.

    Officials dubbed the investigation "Operation Title Flip." 

    Luke Nozicka may be reached at lnozicka@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @lukenozicka

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    Michael "Maniac" Martin, 26, of Newark, was arrested on charges he was involved in the fatal shooting of a New Brunswick man in August.

    NEW BRUNSWICK -- A 26-year-old man charged in the fatal shooting of a New Brunswick man in August was arrested Monday in Philadelphia, authorities said.

    Michael Martin, who officials said goes by the nickname "Maniac," was arrested by the FBI and Philadelphia police in the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Hakim Williams, who was found dead Aug. 18 inside his car in the 100 block of Fulton Street. He had been shot multiple times, the prosecutor's office said.

    Martin, of Newark, was held in Pennsylvania and awaits extradition to New Jersey, authorities said.

    Another man charged in the homicide, Rayshawn Riddick, 31, also of Newark, was arrested in September after police received a tip about him.  

    Martin and Riddick were charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and New Brunswick police Director Anthony A. Caputo said in a statement.

    A resident reported hearing gunshots at about 11 p.m. that day, authorities said. Williams was pronounced dead at the scene about three minutes later. 

    Authorities focused their investigation at the scene on a silver Nissan Altima. The rear driver's side window of the car was shattered and a white sheet was draped over the front windshield. 

    At least eight evidence markers were set up on the street near the vehicle.

    The prosecutor's office worked with the New Brunswick police and the FBI to locate and arrest the two suspects.

    Authorities are asking anyone with additional information to call New Brunswick police Detective Kenneth Abode at 732-745-5217 or Craig Marchak, a detective with the prosecutor's office, at 732-745-3254.

    Luke Nozicka may be reached at lnozicka@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @lukenozicka.

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    The Blue Shield Benevolent Fund Inc. hosted the golf outing last week, attracting Carteret mayor and nearly two dozen donors

    CARTERET -- Mayor Daniel Reiman attended a golf fundraiser last week hosted by a non-profit aimed at supporting "unfairly" charged police officers, which was formed a week after his brother, a Carteret cop, was arrested on charges of assaulting a teen.

    16127105-mmmain.jpgCarteret Mayor Dan Reiman

    The Blue Shield Benevolent Fund Inc. hosted the golf outing on Oct. 16, attracting nearly two dozen donors, the majority of which have ties to Carteret or contracts with the borough, according to the list of sponsors obtained by NJ Advance Media. 

    The certificate of incorporation for the advertised 501(c)3 non-profit says it aims to educate the public on the risks officers take in the field while also providing "financial assistance and other support to law enforcement officers within the State who are unfairly charged either civilly, criminally or administratively, for actions taken in the line of duty."

    Ronald Gardner Jr., who is the longtime treasurer for Daniel Reiman's charity trust and is on the Carteret payroll, created the non-profit on June 16 with Mark Razzoli and Judith Valdes, according to state records.

    The mayor's youngest brother, Joseph Reiman, was charged with assault and three counts of official misconduct on June 9 in the violent arrest of a teen first reported by NJ Advance Media. The indicted officer has since been suspended with pay and the state and local PBA are expected to cover his legal fees, according to people with knowledge of his defense.

    Two sources with knowledge of the outing said they believed some of the money raised was earmarked for the mayor's brother and Daniel Reiman had been actively fundraising for the event.

    The charity's chairman, Razzoli, said though, he and others involved in the non-profit haven't decided where the raised money would go.

    Razzoli, a recently retired Jersey City officer, said he created the non-profit to improve community relations and he planned to hold events like "Coffee with a Cop" to educate the public on the risks officers take.

    Reiman, who was not listed as a sponsor, was seen at the golf outing with his other brother, Charles, who is also a Carteret officer, NJ Advance Media confirmed. Calls to the mayor, who has previously said that he does not get involved with his brother's matters, were not returned.

    Razzoli refused to say whether or not Reiman was involved with the non-profit.

    A brochure for the golf outing obtained by NJ Advance Media lists a $200-per golfer fee for a round and a price of between $200 and $5,000 for a sponsorship.

    Gardner, who incorporated the non-profit, also serves as treasurer for the borough's Municipal Port Authority where he collects an annual salary of $2,000, state records show.  The Carteret native works for Hodulik & Morrison, P.A., an accounting firm that has provided auditing services for the borough.

    In 2011, Gardner incorporated a political non-profit, H. Truman Social Club Inc., with Reiman, state Sen. Joseph Vitale and two other Carteret men, Eric Chubenko and Henry D'Orsi, on the board of trustees, state records show. No additional records on the club could be found. Gardner has incorporated only one other non-profit, for condo complex association in South Jersey, state records show.

    Gardner did not respond to requests for comment.

    The new non-profit's secretary, Valdes, is the ex-girlfriend of the 40-year-old mayor, sources say, and property records show the two bought a house together in Carteret in March.

    In addition to his post as mayor, Reiman serves as the treasurer for the county's Democratic organization where he is an influential politician and a fierce fundraiser, according to numerous sources. Razzoli is the chairman of the party's local committee in Old Bridge and is running as a first-time candidate for a township council seat.

    The Carteret Democratic Organization, which sources say is controlled by Reiman, donated $500 to Razzoli's campaign on June 12, according to NJ Elec records. The local political party organization gave money to one other candidate in Old Bridge on the same day.

    The outing attracted donations from politicians and law enforcement associations, but the majority of sponsors were law and engineering firms and others that have contracts with Carteret, including T&M Associates. The Middletown-based engineering consultant has had a number of contracts in the borough and donated more than $55,000 to borough election war chests over the last decade, state records show.  

    Calls were made to the 22 sponsors and the three who responded said they did not know much about the non-profit beyond what was described in the outing's brochure.

    Carteret Councilman A.J. Johal, who was appointed to the council by the local Democratic party in March of 2016, was listed as a sponsor, as well as his small chain of Central Jersey gas stations, Racestar Inc. Johal declined to comment on the outing.

    New Jersey Turnpike Commissioner Raymond Pocino also received a brochure for the outing and requested a $500 donation from the union fund he founded, according to a representative who answered the phone at the Laborers Eastern Region Organizing Fund.

    State Senator Raymond Lesniak was listed as a sponsor. Lesniak, though, said he did not sponsor the event. He said he paid $200 to play a round of golf on an invitation from Razzoli but did not attend.

    Razzoli said he was unsure how much money the event raised. 

    Craig McCarthy may be reached at 732-372-2078 or at CMcCarthy@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @createcraig and on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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    The fliers were posted by Identity Evropa, a self-described "generation of awakened Europeans."

    NEW BRUNSWICK -- Recruiting fliers posted by a white supremacist group were hung across Rutgers University's New Brunswick and Piscataway campuses Monday, university officials said.

    The fliers promoting Identity Evropa, a white nationalist group that has been recruiting on college campuses across the country this fall, were posted on walls and in campus buildings.

    Some of the posters said "Our Generation. Our Future. Our Last Chance." over a photo of group members and the Identity Evropa's website.

    Identity Evropa's Twitter account included photos of fliers posted in front of prominent Rutgers buildings, including Voorhees Chapel on the Douglass campus in New Brunswick and the Rutgers Business School building on the Livingston campus in Piscataway.

    The posters were eventually removed from all campus buildings and vehicles because the group is not a recognized university organization and the fliers violated Rutgers' posting rules, campus officials said.

    The Daily Targum, the campus newspaper, also reported a handwritten "Black Lives Don't Matter" sign was found on a campus bus Monday, though it is unclear if it was related to the Identity Evropa recruiting posters.

    Rutgers officials released a statement condemning the white nationalist messages.

    "Rutgers University-New Brunswick condemns all acts and statements of bigotry, racism, anti-Semitism and white supremacy, which have no place in our society or on our campus. The flyers -- and the handwritten sign found on a campus bus -- do not represent the principles and values of the university, which include diversity, inclusivity and respect for people of all backgrounds," the Rutgers statement said.

    In June, the state Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness listed Indentity Evropa as part of the "New Generation of White Supremacy" in a report on the ways similar groups are rebranding themselves to appeal to new audiences.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center describes Identity Evropa as a white nationalist group whose members "peddle the delusion of white genocide." The group, which does not admit Jews as members, was part of the high-profile protests against the removal of Confederate statues in Charlottesville, Virginia, earlier this year.

    Identity Evropa's founder, former Marine Nathan Damigo, has close ties to outspoken white nationalist Richard Spencer, the Southern Poverty Law Center said.

    The group has stepped up recruitment efforts this year, calling its campaign to hang posters and sign up new members on college campuses #ProjectSeige. The group also put up posters at Stockton University in Galloway in September.

    The purpose of the campaign is to get white students to question what they are being taught in college, the group said.

    "As students then begin to realize that the direction their lectures take them is based upon false assumptions by their instructors, they will begin rejecting the false narratives and begin looking to us for answers," Identity Evropa said on its website.

    Since March, there have been white supremacist flier incidents on 241 college campuses across the country, according to Southern Poverty Law Center's tracker. The majority of those incidents were traced to Identity Evropa.

    Kelly Heyboer may be reached at kheyboer@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @KellyHeyboer. Find her at KellyHeyboerReporter on Facebook.

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    Live coverage of the boys soccer state tournament seeding meeting.

    The boys soccer state tournament will be officially seeded at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday at the NJSIAA headquarters in Robbinsville.

    NJ Advance Media will have live coverage of the meeting, posting seeds, pairings and brackets as they are completed. Follow along in the comments section below for live updates during the meeting.

    Ahead of the meeting, feel free to drop any questions or comments below and we will do our best to answer it.

    For reference, here are the final power points through Saturday's state tournament cutoff.

    NORTH JERSEY

    Non-Public A: Delbarton (15-0-1) 379.75; Seton Hall Prep (17-2-1) 366.0; St. Peter's Prep (13-4-1) 316.5; Don Bosco Prep (11-1-3) 311.25; Pingry (10-4-1) 260.75; Bergen Catholic (9-3-3) 247.50; St. Joseph (Mont.) (11-4) 221.0; Oratory (8-6-1) 209.75; Union Catholic (7-3-2) 194.75; Paramus Catholic (1-14) 94.5; Pope John (0-13-1) 87.25; Frisch (0-0) 0.

    Non-Public B: Morris Catholic (12-2-1) 277.25; Hawthorne Christian (12-4-1) 246.5; Montclair Kimberley (7-6-3) 228.0; Dwight-Englewood (9-6) 204.0; Hudson Catholic (10-5) 187.5; Golda Och (7-6) 150.0; Saddle River Day (4-10) 104; DePaul (2-10-1) 101.75; Eastern Christian (1-13-2) 98.0; Newark Academy (3-8) 96; Morristown-Beard (2-16) 85; Christ the King (1-9) 65; St. Mary (Ruth.) (0-14) 63; Marist (0-13) 56; Roselle Catholic (0-9) 53; Al-Ghazaly (0-3) 22.

    SOUTH JERSEY

    Non-Public A: Christian Brothers (16-2-1) 315.0; Bishop Eustace (14-2-1) 283.5; St. Augustine (9-6-3) 249.5; St. Joseph (Met.) (8-9) 227.5; Notre Dame (6-8-3) 180.0; Donovan Catholic (5-10-2) 163.0; Red Bank Catholic (4-14) 122.5; St. John Vianney (3-10-1) 105.5; Bishop Ahr (3-11) 102.5; Camden Catholic (0-14) 77; Paul VI (1-14-1) 76.

    Non-Public B: Gill St. Bernard's (8-6-1) 240.5; Timothy Christian (12-3-1) 235.5; Immaculata (7-7) 228.0; Wildwood Catholic (12-3) 194.5; Moorestown Friends (8-3-4) 190.00; St. Rose (8-10-1) 166; Trenton Catholic (5-7) 139; Ranney (4-10-1) 122; Holy Cross (5-10) 121; Rutgers Prep (4-12) 111.0; Mater Dei (4-11) 109; Wardlaw-Hartridge (3-12) 99.5; Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) (4-8-1) 96.5; St. Joseph (Hamm.) (5-12) 96.5; Gloucester Catholic (2-9-1) 93.5; Doane Academy (1-12-1) 78; Holy Spirit (2-14) 70.

    NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 1

    Group 4: Kearny (14-0-3) 404.5; Morris Knolls (15-2-1) 345.5; Montclair (11-1-1) 323.25; Bergen Tech (11-3-1) 295.5; Fair Lawn (9-7-1) 270.25; North Bergen (9-7-1) 262.5; West Orange (10-3-4) 259.75; Clifton (11-5-1) 250.25; Passaic (11-5-2) 247.5; Mount Olive (12-5-1) 241.25; Union City (8-6) 231.5; Ridgewood (7-6-1) 223.75; Passaic Tech (8-5-3) 212.5; Hackensack (5-8) 197.0; Randolph (7-7) 189.0; Bloomfield (8-9) 171.0; Livingston (4-11) 153.0; Memorial (5-9) 131.5; Morristown (3-12) 109.5; Paterson Eastside (2-13) 88; Paterson Kennedy (1-17) 83.

    Group 3: Ramapo (12-2) 300.0; Northern Highlands (9-3-1) 288.25; Old Tappan (9-2-2) 277.75; Passaic Valley (10-3-3) 255.75; Wayne Hills (9-3-5) 253.50; Pascack Valley (8-2-3) 252.00; Sparta (9-6) 227.0; Parsippany Hills (9-6-1) 199.0; West Essex (8-7-1) 186.25; Tenafly (6-7-1) 185.5; Roxbury (5-8-1) 185.25; Indian Hills (4-5-6) 184.50; Montville (5-10) 184.5; West Milford (4-10-2) 181.75; Paramus (6-9-2) 178.75; Dwight-Morrow (8-5-2) 176.0; Cliffside Park (4-6-3) 164.50; Morris Hills (4-8-2) 153.5; Wayne Valley (4-11-3) 140.25; Bergenfield (2-9-2) 132.50; Teaneck (0-12) 58.

    Group 2: Glen Rock (13-2-1) 284.0; Pascack Hills (10-4-1) 248.5; Jefferson (13-5-1) 247.25; Ramsey (10-4-1) 244.0; Mahwah (10-5-1) 240.5; Newton (8-6-2) 221.5; Lakeland (7-6-3) 199.75; Pequannock (12-5) 191.0; Demarest (7-7-2) 179.5; Kinnelon (6-9) 166.5; Elmwood Park (8-8-1) 165.5; River Dell (9-7) 160.5; Hawthorne (6-7-1) 157.25; Lenape Valley (5-7-1) 138.5; Sussex Tech (6-10-2) 138.5; Dumont (4-9-2) 134; Vernon (6-11-1) 129.25; High Point (4-9-1) 124.0; Manchester Regional (1-13-1) 82.5; Kittatinny (1-14) 70.5; Westwood (0-14) 70.

    Group 1: Pompton Lakes (11-3-1) 288.5; Waldwick (12-2-1) 284.5; Wallington (13-2-2) 270.0; Boonton (11-5-2) 218.5; Hasbrouck Heights (11-3-1) 215.25; Emerson Boro (7-6-1) 201; Park Ridge (10-5-1) 200.5; Cresskill (10-6) 193.0; Wallkill Valley (10-4-1) 188.5; Cedar Grove (10-6-1) 181.0; Verona (6-7-1) 180.0; Butler (9-8) 157.5; Saddle Brook (9-6-2) 153.5; North Warren (7-8-1) 146.75; New Milford (5-9-1) 141.5; Midland Park (5-11) 116.0; Wood-Ridge (6-10-1) 104.25; Bergen Charter (4-12) 90.5; Hopatcong (0-16-1) 73.25; Paterson Charter (1-12-1) 72.5; Bogota (0-15-1) 69; West Caldwell Tech (0-12) 52.


    NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 2

    Group 4: Westfield (15-1-1) 367.0; Bridgewater-Raritan (13-0-1) 365.5; Elizabeth (14-2) 291.0; Millburn (9-4-1) 259.75; Columbia (9-6) 250.5; North Hunterdon (8-7) 233.5; Watchung Hills (6-5-2) 224.5; Newark East Side (6-6-2) 222.75; Bayonne (12-6) 212; Scotch Plains-Fanwood (8-10) 211.5; Phillipsburg (6-10-2) 191.0; Piscataway (8-8-1) 180.5; Woodbridge (7-9-2) 167; Ridge (4-9) 162.5; Dickinson (4-9-2) 158.5; Plainfield (5-8) 145.0; J.P. Stevens (5-11-2) 144.75; Linden (1-13-2) 112.5; Union (0-13-2) 88.25; Perth Amboy (1-15) 84; East Orange (1-9) 70.5.

    Group 3: Mendham (12-2) 349.0; Hopewell Valley (15-3-1) 304.0; Somerville (11-5-1) 274.5; Summit (10-6) 246.0; Cranford (9-6) 238.5; Irvington (11-6-1) 233.5; Belleville (10-5-1) 232.5; Middletown North (8-9) 231.5; Orange (8-6-1) 225.5; West Windsor-Plainsboro North (7-6-3) 204.25; Ferris (9-8) 195.5; Warren Hills (6-10-1) 182.75; Rahway (7-6-2) 174.25; Chatham (6-8) 167.5; Nutley (6-10) 160.5; West Morris (2-11) 126.5; Barringer (5-10) 114; Snyder (7-10) 114; Iselin Kennedy (3-15) 84; Colonia (3-15) 81.5; Red Bank Regional (1-14) 78.5.

    Group 2: Harrison (15-2) 339.5; Dover (14-2-1) 319.0; Fort Lee (12-2) 314.5; Hackettstown (14-0-1) 307.5; Science Park (10-3) 281.0; Garfield (11-2-2) 279.0; Newark Central (10-5) 260.5; Mountain Lakes (11-4-1) 241.0; Rutherford (10-5) 238.0; Parsippany (9-6-1) 222.0; Newark Tech (12-5) 217; Morris Tech (8-5-1) 207.0; Caldwell (8-8-1) 205.0; Lyndhurst (9-7) 187.0; Madison (6-7) 182.5; Hanover Park (5-7-1) 177; Lodi (4-9-1) 128.0; West Side (5-11) 103; Ridgefield Park (2-12) 97; Leonia (1-11-1) 94; Whippany Park (1-13) 76.

    Group 1: New Providence (12-4) 274.0; Technology (9-6) 244.0; Secaucus (13-4) 236.5; Becton (12-6) 205.0; Dayton (12-3-1) 201.25; North 13th Street Tech (12-4-1) 196.0; North Arlington (8-8-1) 192.5; Belvidere (9-6-1) 188.0; Roselle Park (6-8-2) 171.5; Ridgefield (7-8) 159.5; Roselle (5-8) 157.5; Palisades Park (5-8-1) 146.0; Glen Ridge (5-9-1) 143.5; Bloomfield Tech (6-8-1) 138; Brearley (4-9-1) 128; Hoboken (6-11) 110.5; METS Charter (6-8-1) 108.0; Shabazz (2-12) 101; Weehawken (3-11-1) 83.5; Newark Collegiate (0-10) 56; Warren Tech (2-11) 56.0; Weequahic (0-9) 53; American History (0-0) 0.


    CENTRAL JERSEY

    Group 4: Hunterdon Central (12-2) 343.0; Monroe (15-1-2) 315.25; Princeton (12-3-1) 300.25; North Brunswick (15-3) 290.0; South Brunswick (13-3-1) 275.25; West Windsor-Plainsboro South (12-3-1) 273.0; Edison (13-3-1) 267.0; Freehold Township (12-6) 258.0; Sayreville (11-5) 255.0; Trenton (10-5-2) 247.75; Long Branch (12-5) 245.5; Montgomery (6-6-1) 226.75; East Brunswick (11-6) 219.5; Hillsborough (6-7-1) 214.0; Middletown South (10-6-1) 211; Old Bridge (10-8) 209; New Brunswick (9-7-2) 203.50; Hightstown (9-8-2) 199.5; Manalapan (5-7-3) 166.5; Franklin (5-8-1) 160.75; Marlboro (1-14-2) 98.50.

    Group 3: Ocean Township (15-2-1) 334.0; Toms River South (11-4-2) 256.0; Northern Burlington (8-6-2) 253.0; Allentown (9-6) 234.0; Moorestown (7-5-3) 220.00; Wall (8-9) 203.0; Toms River East (7-7-1) 199.0; Freehold Borough (8-10-1) 198.5; Lakewood (10-7) 198.0; Lawrence (6-6-2) 197.25; Steinert (5-11-1) 165.75; Pennsauken (6-11) 160; Ewing (2-11-2) 159.5; Neptune (6-8) 157.5; Westampton Tech (8-9) 146; Burlington Township (3-10-2) 145.25; Nottingham (4-10-2) 135.75; Brick Township (2-11-3) 128.50; Colts Neck (6-10-1) 113.5; Jackson Liberty (4-11-1) 105.0; Hamilton West (2-13) 87.

    Group 2: Holmdel (15-1) 300.0; Monmouth (11-8) 221.0; Rumson-Fair Haven (11-5-1) 215.25; Gov. Livingston (6-6-1) 212.25; North Plainfield (5-5-3) 211.75; Carteret (9-8) 208.5; Spotswood (11-7-1) 208.0; Johnson (7-10) 194.5; Metuchen (11-7) 194.5; Voorhees (8-8-2) 187.0; Raritan (7-6-3) 185.25; Bernards (6-4-4) 178.25; Matawan (6-7-2) 165.0; Hillside (9-7) 159.5; Robbinsville (5-8-4) 156.25; North Star Academy (6-10) 150; South Plainfield (6-9-2) 147.5; Delaware Valley (3-14) 130.5; East Brunswick Tech (7-9) 130.0; McNair (3-14) 89; Lincoln (0-0) 0.

    Group 1: Highland Park (13-2-1) 272.5; Asbury Park (12-3) 263; Florence (14-2-1) 256.25; South Hunterdon (9-3-2) 251.5; Bound Brook (8-7-2) 197.75; Stem Civics (10-4) 197.5; Piscataway Tech (8-6-3) 196.5; Manville (10-6-1) 188.25; South River (8-7-2) 187; South Amboy (9-7-1) 182.5; New Egypt (8-7) 182; Point Pleasant Beach (10-6) 180.5; Shore (9-8-1) 178.0; Middlesex (7-11) 154.5; Riverside (8-8) 153; Henry Hudson (4-13) 109.0; Foundation Collegiate (7-6-1) 103.0; Woodbridge Academy (3-11-1) 102.0; Burlington City (4-12) 101; Keyport (4-12) 100; Somerset Tech (4-11-1) 97.5; Edison Academy (3-12-1) 93.5; Perth Amboy Tech (0-13-1) 66.75; Central Jersey College Charter (0-0) 0.


    SOUTH JERSEY

    Group 4: Jackson Memorial (16-2-1) 324.5; Shawnee (11-2-3) 322.5; Washington Township (14-2-1) 322.5; Rancocas Valley (10-4-2) 308.5; Kingsway (10-4-1) 300.0; Williamstown (11-3-3) 295.00; Eastern (10-5-3) 292.75; Atlantic City (15-2-1) 292.0; Brick Memorial (9-5-4) 238.50; Howell (10-6-1) 230.0; Southern (9-7-1) 216.25; Millville (10-6-1) 211.0; Toms River North (6-6-2) 207.75; Cherokee (5-8-2) 197.00; Lenape (7-8-2) 184.0; Egg Harbor (5-10-1) 170.5; Atlantic Tech (9-9) 166.5; Clearview (5-8-3) 162.0; Cherry Hill East (3-12-2) 135.75; Vineland (4-12-1) 122.0.

    Group 3: Ocean City (13-1-1) 360.5; Mainland (14-1-1) 325.5; Pinelands (15-2-1) 299.75; Hammonton (10-2-3) 281.75; Delsea (11-5) 265.5; Absegami (9-6) 245.5; Triton (10-5) 239.0; Seneca (10-5-1) 230.5; Lacey (9-7-1) 200.0; Cherry Hill West (9-7-1) 184.5; Winslow (10-8) 183.0; Timber Creek (7-8-1) 169; Cumberland (8-6-1) 166.0; Gloucester Tech (6-10-2) 165.25; Deptford (5-7-1) 145.75; Bridgeton (2-15) 101.5; Highland (0-12-2) 86.75; Central Regional (1-14) 79.5; Camden Tech (2-3) 35.5; Woodrow Wilson (0-0) 0.

    Group 2: Delran (14-3-2) 347.75; Haddonfield (17-1-1) 342.5; West Deptford (13-3-2) 316.5; Sterling (12-5-2) 270.0; Point Pleasant Boro (10-3-4) 265.25; Cinnaminson (8-5-3) 234.75; Bordentown (11-4-2) 226.25; Oakcrest (9-5-1) 226.0; Middle Township (8-5) 219.0; Collingswood (7-10-1) 187.25; Barnegat (9-8) 184.5; Manasquan (7-9-1) 177.5; Pleasantville (10-5-1) 155; Cedar Creek (6-11) 148.0; Lower Cape May (5-10) 138; Manchester Township (3-13-1) 129.5; Medford Tech (7-9) 102; Overbrook (3-15) 97.5; Pemberton (5-12) 91; Willingboro (1-7) 56.

    Group 1: Glassboro (13-2-2) 354.5; Palmyra (15-2) 301.0; Pitman (13-4) 230.5; Haddon Township (12-4) 226.0; Haddon Heights (7-7-3) 203.25; Schalick (9-8) 203.0; Pennsville (10-4) 202.5; Clayton (12-4-1) 170.0; Penns Grove (9-7-1) 166.5; Lindenwold (8-7-2) 159.00; Audubon (9-8-2) 146.75; Gateway (5-13-1) 146.75; Buena (7-9) 124; Wildwood (5-10) 122.5; Woodbury (6-12) 112.5; Woodstown (3-12-1) 88.5; Salem (4-12) 84.5; Maple Shade (0-16) 72; Gloucester (0-15) 68; Cape May Tech (1-15) 67; Paulsboro (0-14) 52.

    Brian Deakyne may be reached at bdeakyne@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @BrianDeakyne. Like NJ.com High School Sports on Facebook


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    Check in to see where the teams land in the state tournament brackets.

    ROBBINSVILLE -- The NJSIAA girls soccer seeding committee will convene on Wednesday morning and NJ.com will have live coverage of the meeting.

    Tune in a 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday as seeds, pairings, and brackets will be posted as they become available.

    The first round of the tournament will begin on Monday, Oct. 30.

    The tournament will be seeded based off power points as of the cutoff date, which was Saturday, Oct. 21. Check out the final power points below to get a look at how the brackets could come together.

    NJSIAA POWER POINTS THROUGH OCT. 21

    Note: The accuracy of power points is dependent on the timeliness of schools reporting event results to njschoolsports.com. Member schools are also responsible for providing the NJSIAA with the enrollment figures in combined grades 10-12 that are used to determine the group-size equivalent of any opponent that is not a member of the NJSIAA, as well up-to-date records of those teams.

    NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 1

    Group 4: Montclair (11-3) 331.0; Morris Knolls (14-2-1) 306.5; Clifton (10-4-1) 296.0; Livingston (7-5-1) 279.0; West Orange (12-0-3) 278.5; Kearny (14-4) 266; North Bergen (10-5) 256; Morristown (8-5-3) 241.25; Ridgewood (10-5-3) 229.75; Union City (9-5) 221; Randolph (7-6-3) 210.5; Bergen Tech (9-6) 195.0; Bloomfield (6-9-1) 171.0; Passaic Tech (6-7-1) 165.5; Passaic (7-11) 160; Hackensack (5-11) 156.5; Mount Olive (2-13) 110.5; Memorial (2-9) 103; Paterson Eastside (2-10) 88; East Orange (3-8) 66.

    Group 3: Northern Highlands (14-0) 385.0; Ramapo (13-1-1) 346.0; Roxbury (11-2) 343.5; Pascack Valley (14-0-1) 318.0; Wayne Valley (10-4-2) 277.0; Wayne Hills (9-5-1) 257.5; Indian Hills (7-8) 225.0; West Milford (9-7) 216.0; Cliffside Park (9-6-1) 212.75; Fair Lawn (9-9) 209.5; Montville (7-9) 206.5; Old Tappan (9-4-1) 190.25; Paramus (5-11) 157.5; Leonia (8-5-1) 154; Tenafly (4-10) 116; Passaic Valley (4-15) 95; Morris Hills (0-12-1) 81.5; Teaneck (3-12) 75; Dwight-Morrow (1-13) 67; Bergenfield (0-13) 61.

    Group 2: Lakeland (15-2) 316.5; Ramsey (10-1-3) 303.0; Westwood (13-1-1) 301.0; Glen Rock (16-2-1) 297.0; Kittatinny (13-2) 255.5; Hawthorne (11-4) 240.5; Mahwah (7-6-4) 240.0; Newton (16-4) 231.5; Sparta (8-6-2) 213.0; Pequannock (10-5-1) 207.25; River Dell (5-6-5) 200.0; High Point (9-5) 198.0; Jefferson (8-7) 193.5; Pascack Hills (7-8) 162.5; Demarest (6-8) 157; Vernon (7-9-1) 138.25; Dumont (5-11) 121; Elmwood Park (6-11) 115.5; Manchester Regional (1-15) 84; Sussex Tech (3-14-1) 83.0.

    Group 1: Waldwick (13-3) 281.0; Mountain Lakes (12-2-2) 278.00; Park Ridge (12-5) 258.5; Emerson Boro (13-4) 248.5; Midland Park (12-5) 243.5; Pompton Lakes (10-6-1) 197.5; Hasbrouck Heights (11-5) 195.5; Kinnelon (10-7-1) 195.25; Cedar Grove (9-7) 182; New Milford (7-5-2) 169.0; Cresskill (9-6) 165.0; Saddle Brook (7-8) 156.5; Wood-Ridge (5-12) 127; Wallkill Valley (5-8-1) 116.5; Butler (6-10) 107.0; Bergen Charter (1-12) 96; Boonton (1-15) 80.5; North Warren (3-12-1) 78.0; Hopatcong (2-13) 73.5; Paterson Charter (0-12) 53.

    NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 2

    Group 4: Westfield (15-0) 404.0; Bridgewater-Raritan (13-1) 364.5; Ridge (13-3) 349.0; Scotch Plains-Fanwood (12-3) 341.5; Watchung Hills (9-5-1) 335.75; Union (11-4) 264.0; North Hunterdon (9-4) 251.5; Elizabeth (11-5-1) 234.25; Columbia (6-7-1) 231.5; Millburn (9-7) 218.0; Piscataway (9-7) 196; Woodbridge (10-10) 173; Bayonne (7-8) 165; Phillipsburg (4-12-1) 162; Linden (5-10-3) 131.5; J.P. Stevens (4-12) 125.5; Newark East Side (3-12) 112; Dickinson (3-11) 85; Plainfield (2-10) 79.5; Perth Amboy (3-15) 73.

    Group 3: Somerville (10-1-2) 296.75; Chatham (11-4) 280.0; West Morris (8-7-1) 265.75; Mendham (9-4-3) 262.0; Hopewell Valley (11-6-2) 240.5; Middletown South (10-4-4) 240.5; Belleville (10-4) 240.0; Middletown North (12-6) 223.5; Nutley (7-9) 217.0; Colonia (14-6) 202; Cranford (7-8) 195.0; Summit (7-8-1) 176.5; Orange (9-4) 166.5; Warren Hills (5-8-3) 166.00; West Windsor-Plainsboro North (5-10-2) 151.75; Red Bank Regional (4-11) 112; Iselin Kennedy (4-13) 110.5; Ferris (2-12) 95; Irvington (3-7) 79; Barringer (0-0) 0.

    Group 2: Lyndhurst (12-2-2) 299.5; Parsippany Hills (8-6-3) 295.5; Morris Tech (15-1-1) 283.5; Hanover Park (10-5-2) 247.75; West Essex (11-6-1) 246.0; Rutherford (10-4-1) 225.0; Becton (9-2) 207.5; Hackettstown (5-9-2) 182.25; Caldwell (6-9) 165.5; Parsippany (6-11-1) 162.25; Madison (6-7-2) 158.25; Lenape Valley (4-10) 137.5; Fort Lee (7-7) 120; Lodi (3-11-1) 114.25; Garfield (3-13) 114; Science Park (2-11) 88; Dover (4-13) 87.5; Ridgefield Park (3-10) 78; Harrison (1-11) 68; Newark Central (0-7) 35.

    Group 1: Glen Ridge (10-3-1) 290.0; North Arlington (13-3-1) 213.5; McNair (8-7) 205; Hoboken (10-8) 196; Belvidere (8-7-1) 178.5; Roselle Park (13-5) 174.0; Dunellen (8-5) 170; New Providence (8-8) 170.0; Brearley (4-5-4) 151.75; Dayton (6-9-1) 150.0; Verona (5-10) 149.5; Whippany Park (6-10) 143.5; Secaucus (6-7) 128; Somerset Tech (9-6) 127.0; Bloomfield Tech (9-6) 120.5; Bound Brook (2-14) 96; Weehawken (2-11) 84; North 13th Street Tech (1-11) 72; Ridgefield (0-16) 61; Technology (1-12) 51; Warren Tech (1-13-1) 40.

    CENTRAL JERSEY

    Group 4: Freehold Township (17-0) 373.5; East Brunswick (15-2) 314.5; Hunterdon Central (9-4-1) 298.75; Old Bridge (14-3) 278.0; Sayreville (12-4) 269; Franklin (9-7-2) 240.5; Monroe (10-8) 236.5; Edison (14-4) 233; Princeton (8-5-2) 227.5; Manalapan (7-7) 194.0; Hillsborough (3-10) 171; Hightstown (3-12-4) 151.75; Marlboro (6-10-1) 137.5; Montgomery (5-9-1) 136.75; North Brunswick (4-14) 128; South Brunswick (4-11-1) 119.5; West Windsor-Plainsboro South (3-12-1) 109.75; New Brunswick (4-15) 106; Trenton (2-16) 74.5.

    Group 3: Allentown (16-0) 363.0; Steinert (15-1-1) 339.5; Burlington Township (13-3) 295.0; Moorestown (10-7) 262; Colts Neck (10-4) 254.5; Toms River East (9-4) 246.0; Lawrence (8-7-1) 211.5; Freehold Borough (8-7-2) 207.0; Northern Burlington (9-9) 203; Nottingham (9-7) 201.0; Brick Township (8-7-1) 158; Jackson Liberty (8-10) 141; Long Branch (6-12-1) 120.5; Ocean Township (5-11) 120.5; Westampton Tech (5-13) 119.5; Hamilton West (3-13) 102; Neptune (0-13-1) 90; Lakewood (1-14) 78; Pennsauken (0-16) 61.

    Group 2: Wall (17-1-1) 343.0; Johnson (15-1) 310.5; Bernards (14-4-1) 256.0; Robbinsville (7-6-1) 211.0; Rumson-Fair Haven (10-6) 210.5; Spotswood (9-5-2) 203.5; Gov. Livingston (8-7-1) 195.5; Matawan (8-6-2) 160.75; Voorhees (5-11-1) 142.5; Ewing (4-11) 137.5; North Plainfield (4-9) 135.5; Holmdel (4-8-2) 132.25; South Plainfield (2-13-1) 126.25; Carteret (6-12) 125; Delaware Valley (3-13) 125; Hillside (3-9-1) 97; Monmouth (4-16) 90; Rahway (1-15) 88.5; Raritan (2-14) 79.

    Group 1: Metuchen (14-2) 297.0; Highland Park (15-1-1) 290.5; Palmyra (13-2-1) 272.0; Shore (13-4-2) 250.5; Point Pleasant Beach (13-2) 237.0; Maple Shade (13-3) 230.5; Collingswood (10-6-1) 217.25; South River (11-6) 206; Riverside (8-6) 203; New Egypt (8-6) 199; Middlesex (9-8) 194.0; South Hunterdon (8-6) 192; Florence (9-6) 189; Burlington City (6-10) 149; Manville (6-11) 130.5; Willingboro (6-8) 102; Keyport (2-11) 86; Foundation Collegiate (5-5) 73.5; South Amboy (2-16) 69; Central Jersey College Charter (0-0) 0.

    SOUTH JERSEY

    Group 4: Eastern (18-0) 375.5; Kingsway (11-2-2) 369.75; Washington Township (13-2-3) 334.75; Toms River North (16-1) 321.5; Jackson Memorial (15-3) 301.0; Rancocas Valley (9-6-2) 278.0; Egg Harbor (12-2-1) 265.25; Clearview (11-4-1) 253.25; Cherokee (9-8) 251.5; Williamstown (9-6-2) 249.25; Shawnee (10-5-2) 238.75; Millville (9-5) 223.5; Lenape (7-10) 213.5; Cherry Hill East (5-9-2) 164.75; Southern (6-9) 152.0; Brick Memorial (6-10-1) 145.0; Atlantic Tech (5-12) 139; Howell (3-12-1) 118.5; Vineland (1-14) 106.

    Group 3: Ocean City (13-3) 344.5; Mainland (14-2) 330.0; Delsea (15-0-1) 302.0; Lacey (11-4) 274; Deptford (9-7) 218.5; Hammonton (9-7) 207.5; Triton (10-5) 199.0; Gloucester Tech (9-7-1) 196.5; Absegami (9-6-1) 192.75; Cherry Hill West (6-7-4) 169.5; Toms River South (5-9) 150.0; Seneca (6-9-2) 144.75; Highland (5-11) 132.5; Timber Creek (4-13) 127.5; Cumberland (3-11-1) 117.5; Bridgeton (6-11) 108; Central Regional (1-14) 77; Winslow (2-16-1) 70.75; Camden Tech (1-4) 22.

    Group 2: Haddonfield (14-1-1) 347.75; Cinnaminson (13-1-1) 341.75; Manchester Township (13-4) 282; Oakcrest (12-1-2) 280.75; Point Pleasant Boro (11-4-1) 259; Cedar Creek (5-7-2) 238.25; Pinelands (11-6) 229; Pemberton (11-8) 194; West Deptford (8-9) 183.0; Manasquan (6-9-1) 174.5; Middle Township (5-9) 172.5; Lower Cape May (8-8) 151; Sterling (5-10-3) 145.5; Delran (4-13) 130; Bordentown (5-12) 120; Barnegat (6-10-1) 104; Medford Tech (4-13) 101.5; Overbrook (4-15) 97.5; Pleasantville (1-15) 67.

    Group 1: Audubon (16-1-1) 273.25; Haddon Heights (8-7-3) 246.0; Pennsville (14-3) 236.5; Haddon Township (14-4) 228.0; Buena (12-4) 199.0; Gateway (8-7-1) 182.75; Clayton (10-8) 170.0; Woodbury (8-8) 152; Schalick (7-9-1) 151; Pitman (9-6-1) 144.5; Penns Grove (10-9) 136.5; Woodstown (4-9-1) 118.5; Gloucester (2-15-1) 85.5; Lindenwold (2-16) 79; Wildwood (3-11) 79; Glassboro (1-15) 77; Salem (1-16) 70.5; Paulsboro (0-13) 66; Cape May Tech (1-16) 61.

    NON-PUBLIC A

    North JerseyImmaculate Heart (8-3-1) 273.5; DePaul (8-5-1) 253.5; Paramus Catholic (10-5) 239.0; Oak Knoll (10-5-1) 234.0; Pingry (6-6-2) 219.5; Dwight-Englewood (9-4-1) 218.0; Kent Place (8-8-1) 213.75; Mount St. Dominic (9-6) 204.5; Pope John (7-7-2) 192.0; Holy Angels (3-13-1) 144.25; Union Catholic (3-11-2) 111.0; Mother Seton (1-16) 80.

    South JerseySt. John Vianney (12-1-4) 282; Mount St. Mary (12-4-1) 272.5; Red Bank Catholic (11-6-1) 262.5; Notre Dame (11-4-2) 252.0; Bishop Eustace (10-4-2) 219.75; Paul VI (9-7-2) 219.0; Bishop Ahr (9-6-1) 183; Gloucester Catholic (8-7) 180.5; St. Rose (7-8-1) 178.0; Immaculata (3-7-1) 123.25; Camden Catholic (2-13-2) 119.0; Donovan Catholic (4-12) 104.

    NON-PUBLIC B

    North JerseyMorris Catholic (15-3) 299.0; Montclair Kimberley (13-4-1) 229.0; St. Dominic (8-8) 191; Morristown-Beard (7-5-2) 184.50; Villa Walsh (5-5-4) 182.50; Lodi Immaculate (9-7) 170; Newark Academy (5-7-1) 160.5; Eastern Christian (7-7-3) 158.0; Golda Och (7-4) 156; Hawthorne Christian (5-11-1) 111.25; St. Elizabeth (7-12-1) 98; Saddle River Day (2-9) 95.5; Hudson Catholic (2-10) 94; Benedictine (2-14) 81; Mary Help of Christians (6-6) 72; Lacordaire (0-5) 25.

    South JerseyRutgers Prep (15-2) 272.5; Moorestown Friends (8-4-1) 241.25; Holy Spirit (12-4) 233.5; Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) (13-2) 228.0; Our Lady of Mercy (11-5) 215.5; Gill St. Bernard's (10-4-1) 215; Holy Cross (7-8) 193; Timothy Christian (9-8) 187; Wardlaw-Hartridge (7-8-1) 166.75; St. Joseph (Hamm.) (8-5-1) 159; Doane Academy (6-9) 152.0; Trinity Hall (7-6-1) 152; Ranney (5-7) 103; Roselle Catholic (4-9-1) 100.5; Wildwood Catholic (4-8) 98; Mater Dei (0-11) 58; Trenton Catholic (0-0) 0.

    Brandon Gould may be reached at bgould@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @BrandonGouldHSLike NJ.com HS sports on Facebook.


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    The men fled the Walgreens in East Brunswick with pills

    EAST BRUNSWICK -- Police are looking for two men stole prescription pills at gunpoint from a pharmacy early Wednesday.

    One of the men lifted his sweatshirt to display a handgun and demanded prescription medicine from the pharmacist working behind the counter at the Walgreens on Ryders Lane, East Brunswick police said in a statement. 

    Cops seek gas station robber

    The pharmacist handed over pills and the pair fled. One of the men had a beard, according to police.

    Police were first called to the store on a report of shoplifting. The robbery took place at 1:41 a.m, officials said. 

    Anyone with information is asked to call police at 732-390-6990 or 732-432-8477. Tips can also be send by email to tips@ebpd.net.

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     


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