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Saturday Sports Highlights

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CRANFORD, NJ – Saturday was a busy day in sports for the cougars, wrestling, girls and boys basketball were all in action. The wrestling team had three impressive victories over David Brearley 52-21, Clifton High-School 49-19 and North Bergen High-School 43-18 to improve their record to 4-0. They will host Summit High-School on Wednesday Dec. 7 at 7 p.m..

In girls’ basketball, the lady cougars fell to Westfield High-School 56-34 to bring their record to 2-3. Leading the scoring for the cougars was junior Isabella Speer with ten points and junior Sarah Ross contributing nine. The girls travel to Roselle Catholic to take on the lions on Tuesday Dec. 6 at 7 p.m..

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Boys Basketball dropped to 0-5 with a loss to Holmdel High-School 47-39. Leading scorers for the cougars were Sean Leonard with 13 points and Joe Norton had 11 points. The boys are in action at home on Tuesday Dec. 6 when they take on Dayton High-School at 7 p. m.

 

 

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