East Brunswick

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East Brunswick High School - Athletics
... East Brunswick High School competes in the Greater Middlesex Conference, which operates under the supervision of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic ... The East Brunswick girls soccer team has been one of the most successful programs in New Jersey ... The East Brunswick football team won the Central Jersey Group IV state sectional title in the 2009-10 season, defeating Brick Memorial High School by a score of 9-0, earning the program its first ...
Shoujocon - History - Event History
... Hilton Newark, New Jersey 456 July 14–15, 2001 East Brunswick Hilton East Brunswick, New Jersey 1,252 July 19–21, 2002 East Brunswick Hilton East Brunswick ...
Greater Middlesex Conference - Red Division
... Jaguars Piscataway Township High School Piscataway Piscataway Township Schools Chiefs South Brunswick High School South Brunswick South Brunswick Public Schools Vikings St ... High School Woodbridge Woodbridge Township School District Barrons East Brunswick High School serves Grades 10–12 ...
East Brunswick, New Jersey - Notable People
... Notable current and former residents of East Brunswick Township include Jeanie Bryson (born 1958), singer ... Jack Sinagra (born 1950), former mayor of East Brunswick and New Jersey State Senator ...
East Brunswick Public Schools
... East Brunswick Public Schools is a comprehensive community public school district serving students from kindergarten through twelfth grade in East Brunswick, in Middlesex County, New Jersey ...

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