Alumni Update: Carroo Climbing The Ranks Of Rutgers Best Receivers Of All-Time

Bosco wide receivers prepares for Rutgers

When Leonte Carroo gets to the NFL – and he will get there someday – he knows exactly how he’ll celebrate his first touchdown reception. He won’t. The talented Rutgers receiver explains why, and the story is a good lesson for any young football player. Carroo was playing in his first Pop Warner game for […]

National HS football rankings update:

It was a big weekend for New Jersey’s top programs, as Don Bosco Prep, the nation’s No. 1-ranked team according to multiple polls, returned to action, St. Peter’s Prep was stunned on the road, Paramus Catholic rallied for a thrilling double overtime win, St. Joseph of Montvale thumped one of Pennsylvania’s best teams and Bergen […]

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Alumni Update: Nova’s Career Statistics Ranked Among Best At Rutgers

Don Bosco Alum, Gary Nova, is looking to start at Quarterback at Rutgers

With the Rutgers all-time passing touchdowns record already on his resume, Gary Nova can set his sights on the program’s passing yards mark. Nova ranks third behind Mike Teel (9,383) and Ryan Hart (8,482) on the school’s career list with 7,604 passing yards, needing to average 255 yards per game to become the all-time leader […]

O’Brien Leads Bosco To 1-0 Win Over Bergen Catholic


D.J. O’Brien is playing with a wrap on his injured right foot. But rather than hinder the speedy forward, that wrap was probably the best thing he could have had Monday night. O’Brien capped a brilliant length-of-the-field run in the first half by calmly burying the ball in an open net as Don Bosco, ranked […]

Cross Country: Ironmen Finish 3rd At Bowdoin Invitational

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Don Bosco made its seasonal debut with a strong third-place finish at the Bowdoin Invitational at Wappingers Falls, N.Y., site of the Nike Northeast Regional, behind preseason national No. 2 CBA and preseason national No. 1 La Salle Academy of Rhode Island. CBA won, 40-54-67, over LaSalle and Don Bosco, respectively. Juniors Patrick Sullivan and […]