Best Performances: Football Helmet Stickers For Week 3


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Eye-catching efforts

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Each week, will bring you the helmet sticker winners from each state conference. Here’s a look at the Week 3 winners. Make sure to click through the entire slideshow to see the winners for the entire season. (John Munson | NJ Advance Media for

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Algénis Baret, Bayonne


Barrett had 230 rushing yards on 18 carries with a pair of touchdowns against Memorial. (Reena Rose Sibayan | The Jersey Journal)


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Michael Bolwell, Becton


Bolwell completed 13 of 22 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns in a 53-14 win over Wood-Ridge. (Chros Monroe | For NJ Advance Media).

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Andrew Brazicki, Bishop Ahr


Brazicki, a fullback, ran for 221 yards on 21 carries and scored four touchdowns, propelling Bishop Ahr to a 40-20 victory over South River. (Submission by Andrew Brazicki).

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Zyion Cooper, West Windsor-Plainsboro South


Cooper helped West Windsor-Plainsboro South claim their first win of the season and end an 11-game losing streak with 162 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Hamilton West. (David Gard | For NJ Advance Media).

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Harrison Hand, Cherry Hill West


Hand had a 90-yard kickoff return, a nine-yard touchdown run and forced two fumbles helping Cherry Hill East improve to 3-0 with a win over Pennsauken.

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Johnny Langan, Catholic from Bergen


Playing a bad ankle, Lagan pulled off a courageous effort, passing for 311 yards and a touchdown that inspired Bergen Catholic to a 17-14 victory over rival Paramus Catholic. (George McNish | For NJ Advance Media).

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Zahir Wilder, Rahway


Was was 16 of 27 passes for 310 yards and five touchdowns and Rahway passed Cranford. (Alexandra Pais | For NJ Advance Media).

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Derrick Wiley, Matwan


The quick Wiley ran for 373 yards on 40 carries and scored three touchdowns in Matawan’s 23-21 win over Monmouth Regional. (Alexandra Pais | For NJ Advance Media)

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