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Six Football Players from Edison to Play in 21st Annual Snapple Bowl

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EDISON, NJ – Six local football players from schools in Edison will play in the 2014 Snapple Bowl Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the Sayreville High School at 820 Washington Road in Parlin, NJ.

The annual football game pits the best high school seniors from Middlesex County against the best high school seniors from Union County.

The six Middlesex County All-Star players from Edison are:      

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Players                       Position               Height     Weight      School

Christian Appia            Linebacker            6'0”            205        Edison H.S.

Tyrell Best                  Cornerback            6'0”          180          Edison H.S.

Kyle Boyer-Tucker       Running Back          5'10”        170          Edison H.S.

Justin Greene             Cornerback             5'11”        170          Bishop Ahr H.S.

Tarae Stevenson         Free Safety             5'10”        165          J.P. Stevens H.S.

Michael Viggiano        Wide Receiver          6’2”          170          Bishop Ahr H.S.

In addition to the six football players, Edison has four cheerleaders at the Snapple Bowl. Those cheerleaders are:

Cheerleaders                      School

Aneria Bailey                        Bishop Ahr H.S

Alissa Carroll                        Edison H.S.

Briana Heintjes                     Edison H.S.

Kathryn Murphy                     Bishop Ahr H.S

All proceeds from the game benefit the Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainside and the Lakeview School for Cerebral Palsy in Edison.

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