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Cedar Grove Hosts the 1st Annual Ron Epp All-Star Basketball Game

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Cedar Grove hosted the 1st Annual Ron Epp All-Star Game for eighth grade Suburban players at Cedar Grove High School on March 11.  The event was dedicated and named for Cedar Grove's long-time recreation director Ron Epp, who passed away in 2014.

Players were selected by their coaches and represented all of the towns in the Suburban basketball league.

The towns that participated were:

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BOYS

Division A: West Essex, Millburn, West Caldwell, Cedar Grove, South Orange, Verona, Glen Ridge

Division B: Montclair, Bloomfield, Livingston, Orange, West Orange, Maplewood, Nutley, Belleville

GIRLS

Division A: West Essex, Caldwell/West Caldwell, Verona, South Orange/Maplewood, Cedar Grove, Millburn, Glen Ridge

Division B: Livingston, West Orange, Nutley, Bloomfield, Belleville, Orange, Montclair

Caldwell/West Caldwell Director, Gabe DiMasi and Millburn Assistant Superintendent of Recreation, Neal Healy served as referees.

All photos provided by Cedar Grove Recreation Department.

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