Roselle Park will now wrestle Scotch Plains at home Friday (Jan. 19) at 7 p.m. according to www.roselleparknews.org. “It was originally scheduled to take place in Scotch Plains, but the Raiders graciously accommodated the Panthers to allow the possibility to have its 1,000th win at home. “Residents will be able to cheer from the stands as the Roselle Park wrestling team attempts to make history.”Roselle Park produced victory No. 999 Wednesday night when the Panthers defeated Cranford 33-25.
The Roselle Park wrestling team produced a big Union County Conference-Watchung Division victory Wednesday night , Jan. 17 as the Panthers defeated Cranford 33-25. It was the first Watchung Division match for Roselle Park, which is now 1-0 in the division and 10-1 overall. Cranford slipped to 1-1 in the division and 5-2 overall. Cranford edged Roselle Park 187-185 Saturday, Jan. 13 at Union to capture its fourth consecutive Union County Tournament championship.
As of Monday, Jan. 15, Johnson boys’ basketball standout George Visconti is 243 points shy of reaching 2,000. So far during his senior season the 6-4 forward has scored 167 points in eight games for a 20.9 average. He produced 1,590 points his first three seasons, playing all 76 Johnson varsity games over that span. Visconti has helped lead Johnson to a 5-3 overall start, while the Crusaders lead the Union County Conference’s Sky Division standings at 3-0.
It's reported on http://www.roselleparknews.org that Friday night's wrestling match between Roselle Park and Scotch Plains has been moved from Scotch Plains to Roselle Park. "The Raiders graciously accommodated the Panthers to allow the possibility to have their 1,000th win at home."
Bullock a product of Union County basketball as he almost single-handedly led Roselle Catholic to its first-ever Union County Tournament championship two years ago as the Lions fell just short. Bullock making improved Rutgers even stronger. https://twitter.com/RutgersMBB/status/953797364862668805
Roselle Park wrestlers Abel to beat visiting Cranford as Crespo clinches 33-25 win with a final bout 4-3 victory over Kyell Roper at 160. Panthers will now go for program victory No. 1,000 Friday night at Scotch Plains.
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