Elite Sports PT Week 11 NJSIAA Playoffs Football Picks – shoresportsnetwork.com

The Shore Sports Network football staff of Kevin Williams, Bob Badders, Ed Sarluca and Matt Harmon is back with its 2021 weekly picks in Shore Conference football action and, once again, the guys will be joined by Dr. Stephen Bade from Elite Sports Physical Therapy.

Also, make sure to enter our readers’ pick’em contest. As we have done in the past, each week during the high school football season our panel of experts will predict the winners of all games involving Shore Conference teams. Sponsored by ELITE SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY, you now have a chance to match wits with our guys and maybe even win a $25 gift card.

Each week you have a chance to submit your picks and the one with the most correct choices will win the gift card. Ties will be broken through a random drawing.

Congratulations to Mike Becker of Jackson for winning the Week 10 contest with 18 out of 20 correct.


Now, onto the SSN staff picks for the Week 11 NJSIAA playoff games.

Kevin Williams Bob Badders Ed Sarluca Matt Harmon Dr. Stephen Bade
Morris Catholic at Red Bank Catholic RBC RBC RBC RBC RBC
Edison at Toms River North TRN TRN TRN TRN Edison
Sayreville at Middletown South Midd. South Midd. South Midd. South Midd. South Midd. South
Long Branch at Ocean City LB OC OC OC OC
Burlington Township at Rumson-Fair Haven RFH RFH RFH RFH RFH
Hillside at Raritan Raritan Raritan Hillside Raritan Raritan
New Providence at Point Boro Point Boro Point Boro Point Boro Point Boro Point Boro
Woodstown at Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore
Donovan Catholic at Bergen Catholic Bergen Bergen DC Bergen Bergen
Colts Neck at Winslow Township Colts Neck Winslow Winslow Winslow Winslow
Manasquan at Woodrow Wilson Squan Squan Squan WW Squan
Last Week 14-6 16-4 14-6 16-4 15-5
Season Total 142-54 141-55 145-51 150-46 141-55

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