Colorado Wild Sports

Posted On: 11/26/20 11:17 AM

Last week’s Delbarton-Bergen Catholic showdown was forced to cancel prior to kickoff due to a positive COVID-19 test, putting an abrupt end to a highly anticipated game.

There was a similar situation in this week’s games, although this would be a bit of a different scenario.

Williamstown and No. 16 Ocean City’s game was called at halftime due to a positive COVID-19 test on Thanksgiving Eve. Williamstown held a commanding 28-6 lead, but the news came as a major surprise as the pandemic hadn’t affected a game already in progress this season.

Even more surprisingly, the individual in question was not at the game, but the game still had to be called, according to NJ.com.

It was just another unique situation in a season full of them.

The 43 seniors between the two teams had their careers end in the most unexpected way. Williamstown dominated the first half behind Keon SabbKeonSabb6'2" | ATHWilliamstown | 2022StateNJ, Turner IngeTurnerInge5'11" | DBWilliamstown | 2022StateNJ, Lorenzo Hines and senior quarterback Dougie Brown.

Ocean City ended the season with a 6-1 record, starting 6-0 before falling to DePaul last week for the team’s lone loss of the season.

Williamstown concluded the season at 6-2. The Braves started 4-0 before

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