WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - The Warren Hills Regional High School football team played its first home game since the death of quarterback Evan Murray.

The 17-year-old died Sept. 25 after getting injured during a game.

The medical examiner ruled Murray’s death was caused by internal bleeding from a lacerated spleen.

Friday's game was originally scheduled to take place at North Plainfield but school administrators requested it be moved so the team could play at home.

Warren Hills won the game, 27 to six.