My Twitter Feed

Manalapan Braves 2014 Preview

The Braves have a three headed monster in the backfield and a physical and seasoned offensive line.  Manalpan looks for a state title after finishing the runner-up the last three years


Rich’s Take

Watching Manalapan in its scrimmage against Jackson Memorial, I can see why the Braves had all of its success in recent years.   Stephen Cheung did not play, but I saw the other two components of the three headed monster.  Imamu Mayfield and Dan Debner were sensational and a lot of the credit has to go to the offensive line.  Coaches will tell you the importance of a good kicking game and the Braves have it with Mike Caggiano.  Most of the highlights will be field goals, but a punter who can control the field position is invaluable.  The numbers on this team were impressive to say the least. The Braves have built a powerhouse program and I’m anxious to see them play.


Manalapan head football coach Ed Gurrieri


Manalapan punter and kicker Mike Caggiano



Manalapan by the Numbers




2014 Manalapan Football Schedule 

Saturday, 13 SepMarlboroAway41-01-0
Friday, 19 SepFreehold TownshipHome51-02-0
Saturday, 27 SepSayrevilleHome64-283-0 | VIDEO
Thursday, 2 OctMiddletown NorthHome56-344-0 | VIDEO
Saturday, 11 OctLaceyAway42-145-0 | VIDEO
Friday, 17 OctMiddletown SouthHome21-36-0 | VIDEO
Friday, 24 OctRed Bank CatholicAway7-356-1 | VIDEO
Saturday, 1 NovFreehold BoroAway42-37-1 | VIDEO
Friday, 7 NovHowellAway35-78-1
Friday, 14 NovOld BridgeHome39-149-1
Friday, 21 NovHillsboroughAway28-610-1
Saturday, 6 DecSouth BrunswickRutgers21-711-1 | VIDEO

Click HERE to visit Manalapan’s team page on Shore Sports Zone

Click HERE to see other Shore Sports Zone high school football previews

Click HERE to learn more about Shore Sports Zone’s high school football coverage in 2014

Follow us on Twitter! 

Like our Facebook Page!



Comments are closed.