Columbia HS football team seeks to snap skid

MAPLEWOOD/SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – The Columbia High School varsity football team hopes to get back on the winning track when it visits Randolph on Friday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m.

The Cougars lost to previously-winless Seton Hall Prep. 42-6, Saturday, Oct. 15, at Lynn V. Profeta Field/Underhill Complex for their fourth straight loss to move to a 1-5 overall record. Seton Hall Prep moved to 1-5.

Sophomore quarterback Luke Hayes completed seven of 20 passes for 109 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown to Nafis Turner in the third quarter.

The following are other CHS notable stats:

Rushing: Hayes, 4 carries for 8 yards. C.J. Nwanonyiri, 6 carries for 8 yards.

Receiving: Turner, 1 reception for 65 yards. Marcus.Moultrie, 2 receptions for 18 yards. Trey .Harris, 1 catch for 11 yards. Orterro Felton, 1 reception for 7 yards. Nile Garcia, 1 catch for 7 yards. Nwanonyiri, 1 catch for 1 yard.

Defense: Harris, 11 tackles, 2 interceptions. Nwanonyiri, 8 tackles. Felton, 7 tackles. Cordel Provilon, 5 tackles, 1 fumble recovery. Shamar Haughton, 4 tackles. Moultrie, 4 tackles. Krystopher Ward, 4 tackles. Giovanni Francois, 3 tackles. Garcia, 2 tackles. Tamir Jones, 2 tackles.

Kickoff returns: Harris, 3 returns for 66 yards. Haughton, 1 return for 5 yards. Anthony Agu, 1 return for 1 yard.

Randolph HS has a 3-3 record.