2019 schedules for North Jersey Super Football Conference’s United Division

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The United Division of the North Jersey Super Football Conference is known for its rugged league schedule and its no-fear, non-league, out-of-state schedules. 2019 is another example of how Jersey fears playing no one.

Those high-profile schedules coupled with success on the field led to St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) finishing No. 15 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings last year, followed by Bergen Catholic at No. 28 and St. Peter’s Prep at No. 68.

This year, every team, except DePaul Catholic, in the six-team division will play at least one OOS team.

Defending Non-Public Group 4 champ St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) opens in California against JSerra. The Lions finished No. 40 in the nation last year. The following week the Green Knights will take-on No. 52 St. Frances Academy (Maryland).

Bergen Catholic will once again travel south in 2019. After beating Georgia-power Grayson in 2018, the Crusaders will take-on Florida-power St. Thomas Aquinas this year. STA finished No. 34 in the HSFA 100 last season.

Don Bosco Prep’s two out-of-state opponents, St. John Bosco (California) and Gonzaga (Washington, DC), finished in our Top 25. Bosco finished No. 3, while Gonzaga checked-in at No. 14.

Bergen Catholic Crusaders

August 31 – @St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)

September 7 – @Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)

September 21 – St. Peter’s Prep*

September 27 – @Don Bosco Prep*

October 4 – @Irvington

October 12 – St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)*

October 19 – @Pope John XXIII

October 25 – @Paramus Catholic*

November 2 – DePaul Catholic*

DePaul Catholic Spartans

August 30 – Pope John XXIII

September 6 – Seton Hall Prep

September 21 – @St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)*

September 28 – @Delbarton

October 4 – St. Peter’s Prep*

October 11 – Paramus Catholic*

October 18 – Hudson Catholic

October 25 – @Don Bosco Prep*

November 2 – @Bergen Catholic*

Don Bosco Prep Ironmen

August 30 – @St. John Bosco (California)

September 6 – Gonzaga (Washington, DC)

September 13 – West Orange

September 27 – Bergen Catholic*

October 5 – @Pope John XXIII

October 11 – @St. Peter’s Prep*

October 19 – @St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)*

October 25 – DePaul Catholic

November 1 – Paramus Catholic

Paramus Catholic Paladins

August 29 – West Catholic (Pennsylvania)

September 7 – @Pope John XXIII

September 20 – @Hackensack

September 27 – Seton Hall Prep

October 5 – @St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)*

October 11 – @DePaul Catholic*

October 18 – St. Peter’s Prep*

October 25 – Bergen Catholic*

November 1 – @Don Bosco Prep*

St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) Green Knights

August 31 – JSerra (California) at Cathedral Catholic HS (San Diego, CA)

September 7 – St. Frances Academy (Maryland)

September 14 – Cardinal Hayes (New York)

September 21 – DePaul Catholic*

October 5 – Paramus Catholic*

October 12 – @Bergen Catholic*

October 19 – Don Bosco Prep*

September 26 – @Seton Hall Prep

November 2 – @St. Peter’s Prep*

St. Peter’s Prep Marauders

August 31 – Millville at Rutgers University

September 6 – Erasmus Hall (New York)

September 21 – @Bergen Catholic*

September 27 – Union City

October 4 – @DePaul Catholic*

October 12 – Don Bosco Prep*

October 18 – @Paramus Catholic*

October 26 – Pope John XXIII

November 2 – St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)*

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.