Woodrow Wilson offense too much for Warriors


The Manasquan football team learned the hard way why a couple players on Woodrow Wilson are getting serious looks by Division I college programs during the Central Jersey Group III semifinals on Saturday.

The Tigers offense, led by quarterback Devin Kargman and running back Naz’sir Oglesby paved the way for a 347 win over the Warriors in Camden.

Kargman, who is looking at Texas A&M, threw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns despite windy rainy conditions, while Oglesby, who is headed to Maryland, ran for 178 yards.


The Tigers took advantage of two turnovers on kick returns by Manasquan to take a big lead in the first quarter.

The Warriors lone touchdown came on a pass from Brett Patten to Cole Kozlowski in the fourth quarter.

The loss dropped Manasquan’s record to 6-3 this season.

The Warriors are scheduled to play Wall on Thanksgiving, but waiting on word from Wall High School regarding the status of the game, due to the impending investigation at the school due to an alleged hazing incident.