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Football: Bridgewater-Raritan Trounces Franklin, 35-7

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SOMERSET, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan football team defeated Franklin, 35-7, on Friday night.

Quarterback Greg Verano passed for two touchdowns and running back Anthony Goffe ran for two. Verano connected with Brandon Myers and Colton Rosseland for TD passes. Goffe rushed for 190 yards on 25 carries.

Justin Bryant broke off the longest play from scrimmage, a 71-yard TD run for the Panthers (5-2) to cap the scoring in the fourth quarter.

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Chike Nwankwo made two sacks and was in on 18 tackles for BRHS. Nick Celli also made two sacks. Goffe recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass on defense.

Franklin is 2-4. Bridgewater-Raritan will be home against Union (2-4) next Friday at 7 p.m.

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