Washington Township - Two unbeaten football teams faced off Friday night October 6, 2000. West Morris Central came out the
winner with a ball control offense and solid defense to push their record to 4-0. (upper right) WMC #34 Lance Lynch finds the end zone for a touchdown on a short pass before the end of the first half.
(bottom right) Roxbury High School Marching Band and Color Guard perform the pre-game show.
West Morris Central
The Stage was set for a great football game, the bands were playing, the fans were cheering, the temperature was cool and crisp.
Football was in the air. The showdown of two previously unbeaten teams had a face off Friday Night October 6, 2000 under the lights at West Morris Central High School. And only one team was to walk away with their
record unblemished. West Morris Central came out on top 21-13 over Roxbury.
Washington Twp. -(top)
Roxbury High School Color Guard and Marching Band start the evening with their fantastic pre game show. (above)
Roxbury #26 Sean Szarka carries the ball, as West Morris Central #66 Henry Frayne follows in pursuit. (left) Members of the West Morris Central High School Color Guard perform their half time show.
(below left) WMC #20 Tom Campion sweeps to the outside of the Roxbury defense, scoring a touchdown. (below right) Roxbury #83 Nick Maddaloni, runs for yardage as WMC #48 Graham Cloeter chases him down.
Photo By Joe Gigli
Washington Twp. - West Morris Central upsets Roxbury 21-13, Friday night October 6, 2000. (above)
Roxbury #26 Sean Szarka, runs the ball for a touchdown as West Morris Central #48 Graham Cloeter attempts to stop him.
Washington Twp. - (above)
A member of the Roxbury H.S. Marching Band during Half time performance. (left) WMC #4 Dean Miller can't make a catch on an overthrown pass, as Roxbury #29 D.J. Roman looks on.