ALJ Sends Players and Cheerleaders to the Snapple Bowl


CLARK, NJ – Three Arthur L. Johnson High School football players have been selected to play in the 2015 Snapple Bowl to be held on Thursday, July 16 at 7 p.m. at the Kean University Alumni Stadium in Union.

The annual football game pits the best high school seniors from Union County against the best high school seniors from Middlesex County.

The three Union County All-Star players from ALJ are:      

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  • Andrew Lameira, a 5’11”, 240-pound offensive lineman
  • Mike Labianca, a 6’0’, 220-pound offensive lineman
  • Mark Barranger, a 6’1”, 180-pound wide receiver

The team will be cheered on by an all-star cheerleading squad comprised of senior girls from each of the participating high schools.  Representing ALJ are:

  • Alexis Ciccone
  • Rebecca Egner
  • Alexandra Grady
  • Brianna Torres

Proceeds from the annual fundraiser game go to Children’s Specialized Hospital and the Lakeview School, a division of the New Jersey Institute for Disabilities.

Tickets may be purchased at the gate.

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