Tight end Will Dixon probably gets more attention for how disruptive he can be on defense.
It was Dixon, after all, who got in the face of Phillipsburg’s quarterback before Tommy Amakwaa picked off a pass in overtime to seal a win against the Stateliners.
On Friday night at Noonan Field, Dixon got into the act offensively for No. 2 and undefeated Hillsborough, with the first two-touchdown effort of his career, en route to a 44-0 win over fifth-ranked Old Bridge.
The win moves the Raiders to 7-0, while Old Bridge drops to 5-2.
Hillsborough travels to Piscataway next week, before North Brunswick comes to town on Week 9. Old Bridge will play at JP Stevens next week, then host Sayreville.
Click below for postgame reaction from Noonan Field with Central Jersey Sports Radio’s Tim Catalfamo: