Parsippany Hills Football 2016
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2016 Vikings Football
North Jersey Super Football Conference
Patriot White division


*** Viking Nation ***

The 2016 Parsippany Hills Football Vikings

Congratulations Vikings on a GREAT season !!!

Captains Billy Taylor #51 and Marco Falivene #42

The Thrill of Victory

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 "It's not the ending we wanted, but they left it out there, and I am still very proud of them. We have been at it for five months and it came down to one game. Right now, this stings but I just hope in a few weeks, they realize what they did to get here."
   - Coach Albano

EAST RUTHERFORD Football players are taught to play until the whistle blows,
and that is what Parsippany Hills did against Morris Hills in the NJSIAA North 2
Group III title game. Even trailing by 20 points in the fourth quarter, with the game clock becoming as much an enemy as the team across the line of scrimmage, the Vikings never quit.
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"The Finals" of the 2016 NJSIAA Tournament
December 3rd at 10:00am at Metlife Stadium !
Vikings vs Morris Hills
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Road to MetLife Stadium
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Parsippany Hills vs. Morris Hills: 
Everything you need for the N2G3 final (with video)
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North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 PLAYOFF Pairings
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Parsippany Hills Vikings Stadium 




Metlife Stadium

Metlife Stadium

Par Hills Playoff History


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Finals Appearances:


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NJ State Playoffs - Semi Finals Results
Vikings 37 - West Essex 13
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Overall 7-4, League 5-1

Hello Viking Nation !

You may or may not have heard about the House Fire last evening at the home of Bob and Carol Visoskas.  Bob, Carol, Kyle, Danielle and Jenna are all fine,
but now going thru the first phases of getting back to some level of normal living. 

The Viking Nation family always help each other both on and off the field, especially at our greatest time of need.
Now is one of those times that we need to come together and support one of our own.  Bob and Carol's children Kyle, Danielle, and Jenna have been a huge part of the Viking family.
Kyle played for LVF and PHHS and came back to LVF to give his time as a volunteer coach.
Danielle has cheered for both LVC and PHHS, and Jenna cheered several years for LVC. 
The Visoskas family will need many things in the days to come such as household goods, clothes, gift cards and possibly furniture.

There are two Drop locations:
Comerford home - 39 Robin Hood Road
Breslauer home - 8 Deerfield Rd

Little Vikings and PHFPA will be helping to organize donations.
Questions can be sent to either or

Also, 2 gofundme accounts have already been created, you can help the family by donating to these as well.

On behalf of the Visoskas family and LVF/PHFPA we thank you in advance for your support.

2016 Game Summaries

Semi Final Game Summary
Vikings 35 - West Essex 13

Attendance “Hundreds,”
Conditions “Dry,”
Weather “Fair” 

1st Quarter

Rushing Touchdown Parsippany Hills · 1st Quarter Under a minute
Parsippany Hills - #2 Nick Verducci with a 11 Yd Rushing TD.
Vikings 7 – West Essex 0 (PAT Good)
End of 1st Quarter – Vikings 7 – West Essex 0

2nd Quarter
Parsippany Hills 7 - West Essex 0
Passing Touchdown -
Parsippany Hills ·2nd Quarter ~7 minutes to go
#2 Nick Verducci 21 Yd pass completed to
#24 John Stampone for a TD. 
PAT Good.
Vikings 14 – West Essex 0

Parsippany Hills · 2nd Quarter Under a minute Parsippany Hills is inside West Essex's 20. Parsippany Hills - Field Goal is good
Parsippany Hills 17 -West Essex 0, (Halftime)

3rd Quarter
Parsippany Hills to kick off to West Essex.
Rushing Touchdown -
Parsippany Hills ·3rd Quarter ~8 minutes to go
Parsippany Hills - #2 Nick Verducci with a 5 Yd Rushing TD.
Vikings 24 – West Essex 0 (PAT Good)

Passing Touchdown - West Essex ·3rd Quarter ~2 minutes to go.
West Essex - #12 Zach Lemanski 40 Yd pass completed to
#27 Will Perez for a TD.
#34 Brett Reo PAT Good.
Parsippany Hills 24 - West Essex 7,  End of 3rd Quarter

 4th Quarter
West Essex 7, Parsippany Hills 24
Passing Touchdown -
Par Hills ·4th Quarter ~11 minutes to go
#2 Nick Verducci 29 Yd pass completed to
#34 Kyle Davis for a TD.
Parsippany Hills 31 - West Essex 7 (PAT Good)

Parsippany Hills ·4th Quarter ~3 minutes to go Parsippany Hills
#2 Nick Verducci with a 3 Yd Rushing TD. 

Parsippany Hills 37 West Essex 7
- PAT Missed.

West Essex ·4th Quarter ~3 minutes to go.
#12 Zach Lemanski 39 Yd pass completed to
#80 Drew Lepre for a TD.
West Essex - PAT Missed.
Parsippany Hills 37 - West Essex 13

End of Game

Final Parsippany Hills 37 - West Essex 13
Par Hills Vikings 35 - Snyder 6
NJ State Playoffs - Round 1

Par Hills Vikings 63 - Ferris 0
Game 9

Par Hills Vikings 28 - Nutley 14
Game 8


Par Hills Vikings 23 - Orange 13
Game 7


West Essex 24 - Par Hills Vikings 14
Game 6 
Jefferson 38 - Par Hills Vikings 0
Game 5
Par Hills Vikings 49 - Barringer 28
Game 4

Led by QB Nick Verducci running performance of 27 attempts for 383 yards, the Vikings register a victory against Barringer on Homecoming Saturday Oct 1, and improve the record to 2-2. Midway thru the first quarter, the Blue Bears got on the scoreboard first with a TD Pass of 24 yards.

End of 1st Quarter - Barringer 8 - Par Hills 0
Verducci then took control of the game!  The first two of four touchdowns of the 2nd quarter, Verdicci found Sophmore Kevin Minardi on scoring strikes of 9 yds and 4 yds, giving the Vikings the lead and never looking back at being behind in this contest.

The offensive line of Justin Gurth, Vincent Bianchi, Billy Taylor, Al Huss and Crin Uricoli kept Barringers big D line away from the running attempts by Done, Falivene and Verducci

The Junior QB would score from 61 yards on an impressive sprint up the middle to go untouched for the distance.  Then late in the second before Half, Verducci found pay dirt again with a run of 8 yards, breaking 2 tackles along the way.

End of half - Par Hills 28 – Barringer 8

Barringer’s QB was able to scramble and march down the field until finding an open receiver for a 19 TD pass.

Verducci calling the offensive with read option and quick passes drove into Blue Bear territory until another scramble from the 20, which included many down field blocks from receivers Ho and Stampone.

Late in the third, Barringer still running an effective and explosive offensive found a receiver open for a 35 TD strike.

End of the Third Quarter – Par Hills 35 – Barringer 22

Verducci continuing to add to his Yardage, found the End zone two more times in the 4th quarter for runs of 8 and 45 yards.

Late in the game, the Blue Bears were able to execute a long 94yard Throw/run for the final scoring of the game.

End of regulation – Par Hills 49 – Barringer 28

Nick Verducci passing – 6/7 for 59 yds. 2 TDs 1 INT
Nick Verducci 27 carries for 383 yards and 5 TD
Wilson Done  16 carries for 96 yards
Marco Falivene 13 carries for 97 yards
Kevin Minardi 2 receptions for 15 yards and 2 TDs
Cormac Bradley perfect 7 for 7 on Extra points



Roxbury 40 vs Par Hills Vikings 14
Game 3

Late in the first quarter, the Vikings found themselves down by 12 to the Gaels who scored twice very early in the first quarter.  But late in the first, QB Nick Verducci found Michael Bettelli on a screen play left, where the down field blocking and explosion speed from Bettelli allowed him to find the End zone on a 50 yard play.
End of 1st Quarter Roxbury 12 - Par Hills 7

Playing effective offensive, Roxbury scored first in the second quarter and along with a 2pt conversion put them ahead 20 – 7.  Parsippany Hills finally got focused and was able to control the offensive line and march down the field.  Wilson Done then took the handoff at the 4, to add 6 more points to the score board.  Cormac Bradley’s extra point put the Vikings only down by 6.  With less than 2 mins in the first half, the Gaels ran a hurry up offensive and scored on a run from the 2 to extend their lead.
End of half  Roxbury 26 – Par Hills 14

Roxbury continued to execute offensive plays, and keep the Vikings offensive quiet during the second half.  Gaels scored twice in the third on runs of 60 and 14 yard to finalize all scoring for the game.
End of the Third Quarter - Roxbury 40 - Par Hills 14


Final Score  Roxbury 40 – Par Hills 14

Par Hills Vikings 35 - Chatham 7
Game 2

Week two success for the Vikings!  Combined total offense of 540 yards.  Led by QB Nick Verducci, who contributed to the victory with a 7-yard run in the second quarter, and by throwing 3 TDs. 

On the Cougars  first-drive of the game, they were able to find a WR open on a 4th down to go ahead 7-0 middle way thru the first quarter. 

End of 1St Quarter  Chatham 7 – Par Hills 0

Parsippany Hills then turned it up and controlled the game for the remaining time in the 2nd quarter.  The offensive line of Justin Gurth, Vincent Bianchi, Billy Taylor, Al Huss and Crin Uricoli kept Chatham’s defensive line away from Verducci when he dropped back to pass, while opening up big holes for Done, Falivene and Verducci to run through. 

Vikings’ first score of the game was an 8yd pass from Verducci to Bettelli.  With 3 minutes remaining before the break, Verducci showed his versatility by escaping what looked to be a stop at the line, with a 7yd TD run.  Cormac Bradley added the extra points to finalize the first half scoring.

End of half Chatham 7 – Par Hills 14

Vikings starting the second half on offensive continuing to move the ball either by air or through the line opening holes.  Par Hills gaining positive yardage on every play pushing all the way down to the Cougar 7yd line where on the next possession, RB Marc Falivene followed the O-Line into the End zone.

Strong Defensive team effort in the second half play by Vincent Bianchi with eighteen total tackles and lots of pressure from the DL (Jay Kilpack, Dom Musto, and Billy Taylor) shut down the Cougars on every possession. 

QB Verducci added to the score board in the third quarter with accurate TD throws.  He found Kevin Minardi for a 24yd TD strike, and then John Stampone on a 42yarder deep down the middle.

End of the Third Quarter – Chatham 7 – Par Hills 35

Vincent Bianchi picked off Chatham who was threatening to score midway in the fourth quarter, adding to the excitement after a Jay Kilpack sack. 

End of regulation – Chatham 7 – Par Hills 35

Nick Verducci passing - 19/23 for 214 yards 3 TDs 2 INT
Wilson Done  led all rushers with 12 carries for 143 yards

Nick Verducci 10 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD

Marco Falivene 9 carries for 73 yards and 1 TD
John Stampone 7 receptions for 98 yards and 1 TD

Michael Bettelli 6 receptions for 50 yards and 1 TD
Kevin Minardi 2 receptions for 48 yards and 1 T
Vinnie Bianchi led the defense with 18 tackles and 1 Interception 


West Morris Central 34 vs Par Hills Vikings 28 
(Double Overtime)
Game 1

The Vikings Week 1 Home opener resulted in a tough double overtime loss to West Morris Central Wolfpack.

The Vikings, led by QB Nick Verducci, a three-year starter, got the scoring started on the team’s second drive of the game.  Early completions to Kyle Davis and short run game by Wilson Done got the Vikings to the Wolfpack 36.  Next play from scrimmage Verducci found sophomore wide receiver Kevin Minardi, open over the middle.  He broke a tackle on his way to the first touchdown of the season.

On the Wolfpack’s second-drive of the game, running back Draghi scored from the Vikings 6.  After the extra point, the Wolfpack and Vikings were tied at 7 apiece.
End of 1St Quarter  West Morris 7 – Par Hills 7

Parsippany Hills controlled the game with a drive which started on their own 25 and chewed up 5:51 off the clock.  During that drive, Verducci found receiver Nick Ho with a gain of 30 yards getting the Vikings to the West Morris 45-yard line.  The versatile QB ran the ball on the next three plays and got the Vikings to the 33-yard line of West Morris.  An impressive catch by Michael Bettelli on the 1yard line setup a Marco for the first rushing touchdown of the season.

West Morris quickly responded with an 8-play drive of its own, and it ended with a run in from the 6 yard line, tying the game at 14.

Vikings next possession, had them threatening to score when Verducci was intercepted in the End zone with 1:18 left in the first half

Wolfpack quickly reacted and was able to complete a 35-yard touchdown pass with 17 seconds left in the first half to give West Morris its first lead of the game.

End of half West Morris 21 – Par Hills 14

Wolfpack received the ball in the second half and on the second play of the drive, got a long 73 yard run from its Running back

Vikings next possession, QB Verducci made accurate throws to both Ho and Minardi and eventually hit Senior Mike Bettelli 15 yards in the back of the end zone.
End of Third Quarter – West Morris 28 – Par Hills 21

After the Vikings defense stepped up and held West Morris off the scoreboard, Verducci led a consecutive scoring drive when he ran a quarterback sweep from 12 yards out to tie the game with 2:37 to go in the fourth quarter.

End of regulation – West Morris 28 –  Par Hills  28

Verducci finished 11-for-16 with 209 yards passing and two touchdowns and had 14 carries for 128 rushing yards and one score

With fumbles to end both possessions in the first OT, and the Vikings possession in the second OT, West Morris was able to drive down to the 2 yard line and on the next play end the game with a RB run around the right side.

Final Score  West Morris 34 – Par Hills 28

Nick Verducci passing - 10/19 for 215 yards 2 TDs
Nick Verducci  led all rushers with 19 carries for 164 yards
Nick Ho 4 receptions for 88 yards

Michael Bettelli 2 receptions for 43 yards
Kevin Minardi 3 receptions for 56 yards

Kyle Davis 3 receptions for 28 yards

Vinnie Bianchi led the defense with 13 tackles
Billy Taylor and Conner Schaefer each had a sack


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