Monday, May 20, 2013
Mark Motusesky will coach boys' basketball, Keith Lane will coach girls basketball and Caitlyn LeBlon will be head cheerleading coach.
The Board of Education approved new coaches for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball earlier this month. The new boys basketball head coach will be Mark Motusesky, the girls’ basketball coach will be Keith Lane, and the head cheerleading coach will be Caitlyn LeBlon. Frank Noppenberger, Supervisor of Athletics and Physical Education, said Motuseky and Lane have a lot of similarities including, the fact that they both played basketball for him (Noppenberger), were both JV coaches under recently retired Bo Henning, and both were part of two GMC Championship teams. Both are physical education teachers in the district. Motuseky is 1988 EBHS graduate and member of 1987 GMC championship squad. He graduated from the College of New Jersey in…
Friday, May 3, 2013
All games begin at 2 p.m. at the East Brunswick High School.
East Brunswick High School sports will be in full force on Saturday. At 2 p.m. Saturday, seven high school sports teams will be played simultaneously, so if there was ever a chance to root on the home team, then this is it. The schedule for the day includes the boys varsity and junior varsity baseball teams facing off against Spotswood; the girls varsity softball team playing in the East Brunswick Softball Tournament; the boys varsity and junior varsity lacrosse teams facing off against Watchung Hills; and the girls varsity and junior varsity lacrosse teams against Colts neck. For a schedule of all high school games, visit the Schedule Star by clicking HERE. Follow Patch on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EastBrunswickPatch and like us. You …
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Check out EBTV3's coverage of Monday's game vs. Trenton.
When the East Brunswick Bears took on Trenton Monday for the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 4 finals, it gave them not only a sectional championshiop, but a chance to move on to the Group 4 state semi finals. The squad will play Atlantic City at Egg Harbor Township at 5:30 p.m. today. While Patch won't be there, here's Monday's game vs. Trenton compliments of our friends at EBTV3.
Monday, February 25, 2013
The Boys basketball team opens state tournament play 7 p.m. tonight at East Brunswick High School
Coach Bo Henning and his boys’ basketball team are hoping to stay home for the next week. As the first seed in the Central Jersey Group 4 NJSIAA Championship tournament, the East Brunswick Bears will have home court advantage throughout the tournament, provided they win every game beginning with tonight’s match up against 16th seed Monroe. Despite a disappointing, double overtime loss to St. Joseph’s in the County Championship Friday, Coach Henning likes the team’s chances this week. “Obviously we’re disappointed in the outcome the other day, but we’re certainly not disappointed in the output and the play,” he said. “We just came up a little bit short. We had a couple chances that we didn’t take advantage of.” Even with the loss, the team …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
The EBHS Bears has four District champions following Saturday's tournament.
The East Brunswick Varsity Wrestling Team came out on top Saturday during the District 20 Championships. Held at Churchill Junior High School, the grapplers took first as a team and saw four of its own win championships. As a team, the squad scored 161 points, topping Monroe’s 150 points, according to www.nj.com. For the bears, Sean Glasgow won the 132 pound title with a pin in 37 seconds, Mike Nicolaro won the 138 crown with a 5-1 decision, Jonathan Schleifer won the 160 title with a pin in 39 seconds, , and Michael Quintin won at 220 pounds with a 3-2 decision, according to nj.com. In addition, Eric Webber took third at 126 pounds, Patrick Dougherty at 145 pounds and Oliver Piuri at 285.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Football squad hopes to rebound from an off year in 2011.
With 18 returning starters, the East Brunswick Varsity Football team is looking to improve on last season. “We have about 20 players with varsity game experience,” said Marcus Borden in an e-mail. “We need to stay healthy. We open up with four playoff teams in first five games.” The bears will see nine returning starters on each side of the ball, including seniors Chris Ramos (RB), Jayson Parker (FB) Jared Tardiff (C) Wes Lynch (G/DT) Matt Bettin (LB), Devrim Dereli (G), Brian Kim (G) and Lee Urschel (DB), and juniors Jon Gerhartz (QB/DB) and Michael Quintin (DE). After making an appearance in the Central Jersey Group 4 quarterfinals in 2010, the team fell to 1-9 in 2011. But with a solid core and talented newcomers, including junior …
Monday, February 27, 2012
The Bears squad put in a strong showing in this year's regional tournament.
Two East Brunswick wrestlers qualified for the state tournament after placing in regional competition this weekend. Sophomore John Schliefer took first place while Greg Krueger, a senior, took third. Rounding out the strong showing were Mike Quinton, a sophomore, and Sean Glasgow, a freshman, who took fourth. “The kids did a great job during the region tournament. Several Coaches, said Coach Matt Pazinko. “Officials and parents from other teams commented on how the team look very good and even the matches that they lost, they were very competitive.” Schleifer (won by decision over David Bergida (Montgomery) 6-1, and over Beauregard Vrancken (North Hunterdon) 3-2. “John is a very skilled and tough wrestler. His competition tries to fend him…
Monday, January 23, 2012
The Bears basketball team is having a great season so far.
The East Brunswick Bears boys varsity basketball team defeated union 72-40 on Saturday, Jan. 14. With a record of 10-3, the team is having a big year so far. Here are some photos of the game.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
EBHS falls to 0-8.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
South Brunswick beats East Brunswick, 45-20, to remain undeated heading into playoffs next week.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
The East Brunswick Bears finished sixth during the Bears Invitational wrestling tournament held at Churchill this week.
The East Brunswick Bears finished sixth during the Bears Invitational wrestling tournament held at Churchill this week. The team scores were Governor Livingston 2271/2; Bishop Ahr 2191/2; Matawan 154; Spotswood 130; Lacey 128; East Brunswick 120; Woodbridge 114.5; 8. Lawrence 104; 9. Colonia 101; 10. South River 72.5; Highland Park 56; Bernards 54; West Windsor-Plainsboro South 52; West Windsor Plainsboro North 351/2; Metuchen 30; New Brunswick 14.