Madison Dodgers Football Celebrates 'Decade of Dominance'; Honors Kubik's 10th Year


MADISON, NJ - On Nov. 25, Dodgers past and present are invited to come together to celebrate the 10th year Coach Chris Kubik has served at the helm of Madison High School Football.

A 'Decade of Dominance' beefsteak dinner is scheduled from 6:30p.m. to 9:30pm at the Madison Elks Club.  

"We are hoping to get as many former and current players and coaches from the last 10 years to come celebrate and get together to remember and "relive" some of their favorite times from that time period, " said Steve Hughes Assistant Coach. "We are hoping to get the word out to alumni of the program to come and share this evening with Coach Kubik."

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"It's a "dry" event, no alcohol will be served or brought in," added Hughes. "This is about celebrating together what we have all been a part of, Madison Football, and help celebrate and honor the coach who has helped achieve much success."

Tickets are $25 a person and can be purchased by contacting Coach Hughes 



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