James McCarren rushed for three touchdowns and caught another as Glen Rock beat Dover 51-0 on Friday at Dover.
It was Glen Ridge’s fourth consecutive victory, bringing the team to 5-1 with a visit from Dumont coming on October 22. Glen Ridge’s 51 points were the most important for the team since he scored 62 against Lodi Immaculate on October 28, 2017. This season was also the last time Glen Ridge won six games, which the team can achieve again with his next victory.
McCarren had all four scores in the first half, the first two on runs of 26 and 59 yards in the first quarter, and the other two in the second quarter on a 25-yard pass from Dylan O’Neil and a pass of 75. yards. Course.
McCarren finished with 205 rushing yards on the night and added 53 in the air. Ryan O’Neil joined McCarren in triple digits on the floor with 105.
Ryan O’Neil had the only first-half touchdown aside from McCarren, ending a practice with a one-yard touchdown on the way to a 28-0 lead before McCarren’s fourth score. do not close the half-time.
Morgan Horan had a 28-yard pick in the third quarter before Ryan O’Neil added his second touchdown, a 40-yard run, for the team’s last touchdown of the night.
O’Neil’s 105 yards rushing made it the second straight game in which the senior reset his best rushing record in a game, scoring 83 yards against Pascack Hills a week earlier. Against Cedar Grove on September 27, 2019, O’Neil tallied 105 receiving yards and caught three touchdowns, making the Dover game his second with several touchdowns of all kinds.
The 205 rushing yards matched McCarren Sr.’s career high set on Oct. 24, 2020 at Fair Lawn, and McCarren played his first game with three touchdowns and his first game with four touchdowns of any kind.
Dover (0-6) will travel to Englewood on October 22.