Football: Cranford Wins Big in Home Opener Against Rahway

September 23, 2017

CRANFORD, NJ – Students, parents, graduates and more filled the bleachers Friday night to watch Cranford defeat Rahway, 24-14, in the team’s home opener.

The game was off to a rough start for the Cougars with the score still at 0-0 at the end of the first quarter. Starting in the second quarter, Rahway took control of the ball and gained a steady lead, finishing the first half with ...

Boys Soccer: Cranford Falls to Governor Livingston

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ-  Governor Livingston senior Josiah Crawford continues to lead his team in offensive production and made his presence on the field known throughout the afternoon. He tallied a hat trick to lead the Highlanders over their conference opponent, the Cranford Cougars by a final score of 3-1 Tuesday afternoon in Berkeley Heights.

He now has a total of six goals scored on ...

Cranford Football Team Gears Up for First Home Game of the Season

CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford High School football team is gearing up for their first home game of the season following two losses against Somerville and Voorhees at the beginning of the season.

The Cougars face a setback due to the large amount of graduated seniors from last year’s team, according to Coach Erik Rosenmeier. Only five players returned overall: two on offense and three ...

Athlete of the Week: Bee Iosso and Matt Maderios

CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford High School’s Bee Iosso and Matt Mederios have been selected as Cranford High School's athletes of the week due to outstanding athletic performance.

Iosso, a junior at CHS, is a lead scorer for the gymnastics team, which currently stands at 3-0. She recently set a new school record in the all around with a score of 37.5.

“It’s ...

Cranford 8U Boys Baseball Team Receives Awards & Keys to the City at Township Committee Meeting

CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford 8U Boys Baseball Team received awards and keys to the city following their victory in the Mid-Atlantic Regionals this summer. The victory followed an undefeated season.

The team is comprised of Cranford boys ages 8 and under who play in the Cranford Baseball Softball Recreation League. The awards and keys were given by Deputy Mayor Patrick Giblin to each ...

Cranford Field Hockey Aims to Come Out on Top With Returning Varsity Players

CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford High School Field Hockey Team aims to come out on top this season with a majority of return-players in their roster.

Only one senior graduated from last year's team.

“Last year was a rebuilding year for us, finishing with a record of 7-12-5,” Coach Samantha Berk said. “We began peaking towards the end of our season which makes me very ...

Boys Soccer: Cranford Cougars Defeat Crusaders in Johnson Home Opener

CLARK, NJ-  Cranford High School senior Matt Medeiros scored the game-winning goal with three minutes left, capping off a wild second half which featured four goals, as the Cougars defeated the Arthur L. Johnson High School Crusaders boys varsity soccer team by a final score of 4-3 Tuesday afternoon in Clark.

His goal came just two minutes after Johnson senior Niko Nordstrom’s ...

Cranford Boys Soccer Defeats A.L. Johnson, 4-3

CLARK, NJ – The Cranford boys soccer team defeated Arthur L. Johnson, 4-3, on the road Tuesday afternoon.

Matt Ducusin led the Cougars with one goal and one assist. James Coleman, Michael Carracino and Matt Medeiros all scored one goal each.

Goalkeeper Andrew Rojo recorded five saves for Cranford, which will play at Summit on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m.

Hundreds Attend Westfield Area YMCA’s 5K Run for Everyone

WESTFIELD, NJ — More than 500 people participated in the Westfield Area YMCA’s 5K Run for Everyone Sunday. The annual run/walk/roll supports the Y’s Dragonfly program, which offers physical, recreational and social classes for young adults with special/adaptive needs.

“With funding from this run, we will expand to include classes for teens with special needs, so ...

Cranford Girls Soccer Team Crushes Union Catholic, Focuses on Teamwork

CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford Girls Soccer team plans to conquer this season by working for one another and emphasizing relationships, according to coach Andrew Gagliardo.

The strategy is off to a strong start as the team defeated Union Catholic, 6-0, in their first home game of the season last Thursday.

“I’ve been preaching the concept since pre-season started back in ...

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