Columbia HS football team falls to Morristown to finish season

Photo by Steve Ellmore.
Columbia High’s Abdul Kone (No. 1) carries the ball as teammate Michael Caines (No. 6) looks to block in the loss to West Orange this season.

MAPLEWOOD, NJ – The Columbia High School varsity football team fell at Morristown, 33-0, Thursday, Nov. 1  in a state regional crossover game to finish the season at 1-9.

Morristown, who moved to 2-7, is under head coach John Power, who was the head coach of CHS football team for two seasons in 2014 and 2015.

Columbia (1-9)

August 31, Loss, Central, 44-7

Sept. 7, Loss, at Memorial, forfeit*

Sept. 14, Loss, Bloomfield, 42-21

Sept. 21, Loss, at West Orange,  42-7

Sept. 28, Loss, Montclair, 42-6

Oct. 4, Won, at East Side, 60-28

Oct. 12, Loss, Bayonne, 36-28

Oct. 20, Loss, East Orange Campus, 41-14

Oct. 26, Loss, at Livingston, 49-14

Nov.1, Loss, at Morristown, 33-0**

*Columbia forfeited its 28-20 win over Memorial

**state regional crossover game

 

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