Correction: Montez Boswell ran for six touchdowns, not four touchdowns. He actually had 7 touchdowns, but one was called back because of a penalty.
ORANGE, NJ – The Orange High School football team is on a roll.
After losing in the season opener to a highly-regarded Irvington team, the Tornadoes won their second straight with a resounding 48-12 win over Ferris on Sept. 21 at Bell Stadium.
Junior running back Montez Boswell ran for a whopping 279 yards and six touchdowns on just 20 carries.
The OHS defense was dominant. Al’Ky-juan Green, a senior tackle, had nine tackles and junior end Louce Julien posted eight tackles. Michael Emile and fellow junior linebacker Bekens Raymond each had six tackles.
The Tornadoes will visit Weequahic this Friday night, Sept. 27. Weequahic defeated Glen Ridge, 40-14, to improve to 2-1. Weequahic defeated Orange, 40-7, last season in Orange’s fourth game of the year.
Sept. 6, Loss, Irvington, 32-7
Sept. 14, Won, at Snyder, 27-0
Sept. 21, Won, Ferris, 48-12
Sept. 27, at Weequahic, 7 p.m.
Oct. 5, Bloomfield, 4 p.m.
Oct. 11, at Barringer, 7 p.m.
Oct. 18, at Millburn, 7 p.m.
Oct. 25, at Belleville, 7 p.m.
Nov. 1, Parsippany Hills, 7 p.m.