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Cranford High SchoolSport Overall Record Conference Record Conference Standing Next Game Last Game Baseball 14-4
5/14 @ Don Bosco Prep vs South Brunswick 11-7 (L) Softball 11-5
5/14 @ Elizabeth vs New Providence 5-4 (L) Track
5/17 UCC Individual Championships @ Plainfield Penn Relays Boys Lacrosse 3-11
5/15 vs Hanover Park vs Livingston 8-2 (L) Girls Lacrosse 2-15
5/16 vs Villa Walsh vs Westfield 18-5 (L) Tennis 3-8 5/16 vs Governor Livingston vs Somerville 5-0 (L) Golf 9-6-1 5/14 State Sectionals vs Governor Livingston 161-189 (L)
News and Notes
Cranford 6, Elizabeth 4: Chris Folinuz stayed hot with two-RBI and a home run in the win over Elizabeth.
Cranford 9, SPF 0: Chris Folinuz, Andrew DiFrancesco, Eric Garguilo each picked up two RBI in the win over SPF.
Cranford 7, Oratory 2: John Armstrong struck our five in six innings of work, also picking up the win.
Cranford 9, Union 2: Cranford put across six runs in the first inning, seperating themselves from the opponent en route to a 9-2 victory. Chris Folinusz went deep for the Cougars.
Cranford 10, Delbarton 0: Ryan Williamson picked up three hits and drove in four runs in the shutout over Delbarton.
Cranford 12, Rahway 1: Chris Folinusz led the way for the Cougars' offense with six RBI on the day.
Cranford 9, Elizabeth 2: Alex Plick struck out five and picked up the win in seven innings of work.
Cranford 6, SPP 3: Starter Kurt Rutmayer struck out nine and went the distance in the Cougars' win over St. Peter's
Cranford 8, SPF 3: Andrew DiFrancesco, Sean Feeney and Eric Garguilo each drove in two in the Cougars' 8-3 win.
Cranford 16, Union 5: Chris Folinusz had a home run and six RBI in the Cougars' win over Union.
Cranford 4, GL 0: Stephanie Bagniewski blasted a home run and had three RBI in the win over GL.
Cranford 11, Oak Knoll 0: Julie Siragusa smacked two home runs and drove in five in the win over the Royals.
Cranford 12, Elizabeth 2: Izzy Acton, Melissa Moreno and Jenna Goeller each picked up two RBI in the win over Elizabeth.
Cranford 18, Roselle Park 0: Melissa Moreno, Jesd Rediger and Julie Siragusa all homered in the big win over Roselle Park.
Cranford 11, SPF 1: Julie Siragusa had a home run and four RBI in the win over SPF.
Cranford 1, Carteret 0: Julie Siragusa went seven innings in the Cougars' 1-0 shutout win over Carteret.
Cranford 10, Linden 0: Jessica Casale stole three bases in the Cougars' season opening win over Linden.
Oratory 9, Cranford 8: Dan Murphy and J.R. Rubin scored two goals apiece in the one-goal UCT quarterfinals loss to Oratory.
Cranford 7, SPF 6: Tom Fitzgerald scored two goals and assisted on three others in the Cougars win over the Raiders.
Millburn 13, Cranford 5: Wills Roman made nine saves for the Cougars.
Randolph 7, Cranford 6: J.R. Rubin scored two goals in the loss to Randolph.
SPF 12, Cranford 6: The Cougars were paced by J.R. Rubin who had two goals and an assist in the loss to Scotch Plains.
Cranford 20, Lenape Valley 5: The Cougars jumped out to a 11 goal first half lead and never looked back. Cranford was led by Morgan Mason (5) and Rebecca Roman (4) on the offensive end.
Westfield 17, Cranford 4: Rebecca Roman found the back of the net four times in the loss to the Blue Devils.
Cranford 12, GL 9: Rebecca Roman scored four goals in the Cougars' first win of the season.
Verona 19, Cranford 9: Morgan Mason scored four goals for the Cougars in the loss.