Wall continues to roll

Casey Larkin hauls in a Logan Peters thrown pass for a touchdown as Wall Township High School hosted Neptune High School for a varsity football game on Friday October 9, 2020. (MARK R. SULLIVAN/THE COAST STAR)

The Wall football team earned its second straight convincing win, defeating Neptune 44-0 at home on Friday.

The Crimson Knights are now 2-0 on the season having outscored their two opponents 99-13.

Casey Larkin scored the first three touchdowns of the game for Wall.


The Crimson Knights will travel to Jackson Memorial on Friday. The Jaguars are also 2-0, having defeated Manasquan 26-0 on Friday after opening the season with a 35-0 win over Neptune.


Manasquan fell to 1-1 on the season, losing to Jackson Memorial 26-0.

It was a night when even when the Warriors did things right they went wrong against the Jaguars.

Manasquan blocked a pass at the line of scrimmage on the first possession of the game for Jackson Memorial, but instead of an incomplete pass or a Warriors interception the pass deflected into the arms of a Jaguars offensive lineman who fell for a first down.

A little later in the first quarter Manasquan intercepted a pass in its own end zone when the Warriors started to return the interception out of the end zone they were penalized for a block in the back and Jackson Memorial was awarded a safety.

The Jaguars took a 2-0 lead and never looked back.

Manasquan will travel to Point Pleasant Borough on Friday.