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Northeast Hudl Champions

Alt textThe end of the calendar year also means the end of another football season. Don’t take this the wrong way, but that’s our favorite time of the year. Not because we don’t love football. We love football to the 285th power. Why 285? That’s how many championship teams used Hudl in 2013. So, rather than cram everything into one massive post, we’re splitting things up by region, starting with the great Northeast.

So take a look at the guys who dominated – find your state or browse them all, and be sure to check back next week for more regions and teams!


Southington (LL), New Canaan (L), St. Joseph (M), Ansonia (S)


Salesianum (Div. I), Hodgson Vo-Tech (Div. II)


Bonny Eagle (Class A), Leavitt (Class C)


Northwest (4A), Franklin (3A), Middletown (2A), Fort Hill (1A)


Central Catholic (1), Mansfield (2), Tewksbury Memorial (3), Doherty Memorial (4), Bishop Fenwick (5)

New Hampshire

Concord High School (Div. I)

New Jersey

Pompton Lakes (North I Group 1), Westwood (North I Group 2), Sparta (North I Group 3), Pascack Valley (North I Group 4), Montclair (North I Group 5), Mountain Lakes (North II Group 2), Phillipsburg (North II Group 4), Point Pleasant Beach (Central Group 1), Rumson-Fair Haven (Central Group 2), Hopewell Valley Central (Central Group 3), Brick Township (Central Group 4), Hunterdon Central (Central Group 5), Glassboro (South Group 1), Haddonfield (South Group 2), Delsea (South Group 3), Shawnee (South Group 4), Cherokee (South Group 5), St. Joseph (Non-Public Group 1), DePaul (Non-Public Group 2), St. Joseph Regional (Non-Public Group 3), Paramus Catholic (Non-Public Group 4)

New York

Aquinas Institute (AA), Queensbury (A), Maine-Endwell (B), Chenango Forks (C), Randolph (D)


South Fayette (AA), Archbishop Wood (AAA), St. Joseph’s Prep (AAAA)

Rhode Island

Bishop Hendricken (Div. I), West Warwick (Div. II)


Rice High School (Div. II)

Washington, D.C.

Riverdale Baptist (CAFC), Archbishop Carroll (DCSAA A), Woodson (DCSAA AA), DeMatha (WCAC)

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