After a hierarchy shakeup, public school climbs to the top 5 after football top 20, Oct. 10:
In a New Jersey football game where the Non-Publics rule, public programs are gaining their spot in the spotlight.
One Top 5 team lost again this week, as No. 4 St. Peters Prep fell to No 8 St Joseph (Mont.), its second straight loss after falling to Don Bosco Preparp last week. SPPs fall has paved the way for Rumson-Fair Haven, which has achieved the highest ranking for a public team this season. Wall, a Shore Conference team, reached No. 6 for the season.