Cranford High School Athletes Selected to Play in Snapple Bowl All-Star Game

Credits: Andrew Hooey

CRANFORD, NJ - Five senior football players from the Cranford High School were selected recently to participate in this summer’s 2016 Snapple Bowl XXIII. It is an annual tradition that has senior all-star teams from Middlesex and Union Counties play one another for charity and bragging rights.

The seniors representing Cranford are: Mike Bellrose, Sean Leonard, Joe Norton, Lucas Ramadan and Ethan Tom.  

“The Snapple bowl is an important Union/Middlesex County tradition. The fact that we are able to have five players on the 45 man roster says a lot about what our kids have accomplished over the last few years.” Coach Erik Rosenmeier said.  

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Coach Rosenmeier believes it is a reflection of the team’s philosophy, “It is representative of what we preach to our athletes: Team success leads to individual recognition, not the other way around.”

This year’s game will be held on July 21, at Woodbridge High School. All proceeds from the game will benefit the Children’s Specialized Hospital and the Lakeview School. 

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