But the Morristown offense couldn't get anything going against a tough Seton Hall Prep squad, dropping the contest 13-7, according to the Daily Record.
“We expected to be better,” Coach Chris Hull told the Daily Record. “We’re really disappointed that we didn’t come out with a win. The guys had a phenomenal off season. I expected this team to be very physical. Not only did they improve fundamentally, but they improved mentally.”
Morristown was stymied by the Pirates defense, only to get one first down in the second half.With under two minutes in the game, Morristown's Andrew Benvenuto blocked a punt that teammate Justin Northan recovered in the end zone, which helped close the gap to 13-7.