New Jersey Turkey Day: Vineland comes back to beat Millville in Jersey’s oldest high school football rivalry

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For the fourth straight year, the Vineland controls the bragging rights in its series against arch-rival Millville. On Thanksgiving morning, Vineland scored three times in the fourth quarter to capture the 148th meeting between the two 27-26.

Vineland now leads New Jersey’s oldest high school football rivalry 67-62-15. The first game in the series was in 1893.

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