Elizabeth, Cranford and Roselle Park all won on the road at teams that were 2-0. Linden also produced a huge road victory, winning in a shootout over a team it had not beaten since 2014. Johnson also defeated a team that was 2-0 – doing so at home – and is now 3-0 for the first time in 10 years. Friday night Union County football on this Sept. 22 date saw seven Union County teams win, including four of them on the road. Two teams gained their first vctories.
Something happened to the Cranford football team this past Friday night that had not happened in almost exactly nine years. What was so unique about its result at Mid-State 38 Conference-Mountain Division foe Voorhees? The Cougars were shut out for the first time since September of 2008. Cranford scored in 93 straight games before falling to the Vikings of northern Hunterdon County 35-0.
Roselle Park is 3-0 for the first time since 2005. Johnson will attempt to get to 3-0 for the first time since 2007. Both are involved in big Mid-State 38 Conference undefeated division matchups scheduled to take place Friday night. Roselle Park is at Belvidere, with both at the top of the Union Division standings – along with Bound Brook – at 2-0. Belvidere is coming off an 18-15 division win at Brearley.
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