EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Year two of the Bob Molarz era at East Brunswick begins tonight, as the Bears look to continue to grow and develop under Coach Molarz's helm. The Bears, coming off what would charitably be called a difficult 2013 season, kickoff tonight, September 12, on the road at mighty Piscataway, ranked in the state top 20 by many publications. Although expectations for tonight's game are low, it will be interesting to see the team's development as this program starts it's second season under Coach Molarz. 

The lessons quarterback Kevin Hemmings, receiver Brandon Tomori, and other players like Aaron McSweeney and Joe Chetta learned during 2013 will be key in allowing the Bears to show a greater level of competetiveness in games this season.  It is also key that the Bears show more size and strength, as injuries and just a general size mismatch led to the team clearly wearing down as the season wore on last year. It is expected that the Bears will show a greater level of depth to withstand this as opposed to last season.

Kickoff for the game is at 7PM.

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