East Brunswick Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheer, Football and Soccer Teams Make This an Amazing Week

The East Brunswick Girls Volleyball Team following their "Pink Out" event at Churchill School after their game against Mother Seton High School. Credits: TAP into East Brunswick
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - What a week has passed for the East Brunswick Bears!  The Varsity Football team is moving on a current record of a 3 wins in a row, the best scoring achievement for the team in several years.  Tonight the Bear Den will don their own "team" t-shirts and growl along with the Bears as they gear up for a tough game against Sayreville.

The East Brunswick Girls Cross Country Team placed 4th out of 21 teams competing in the Greater Middlesex County Tournament with runners Emily Hernandez and Meghan McSpiritt placing 8th and 23rd out of 139 participants. The East Brunswick Boys Cross Country Team placed 6th out of 23 teams participating in the GMCs, led by runners Kenneth Mohs and Andrew Yager who placed 12th and 25th out of 162 runners, respectively.

The East Brunswick High School Varsity Cheerleaders also rose to the top this week as GMC Champions.  They scored 1st out of 8 schools for their competition routine and 2nd out of 9 for their game routine.

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The East Brunswick Boys Soccer Team and the East Brunswick Girls Soccer team will both face their first round opponents in the GMC semi-finals next week.  The EB Girls Soccer Team (#10) will play New Brunswick (seed #7) away on Monday, November 2.  The Boys Soccer Team (seed #6) will play North Hunterdon (seed #11) at home on November 3.

East Brunswick High Schools Girl Volleyball Team will play in the GMC finals on Halloween at 12:00 at J. P. Stevens High School, following the Bears' latest 25-21 win against the Woodbridge Barrons.  The EB Girls Volleyball Team will also be honored on November 9 for their outstanding fundraising for the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the search for a cure for breast cancer.

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