November 4, 2005 – Woodbridge 14, East Brunswick 0
East Brunswick’s football troubles continued against Woodbridge. Anthony Viola of the Barrons, ran 62 yards for a touchdown on the opening drive of the game. After that, the Bears settle in to some back and forth football, but just couldn’t get anything going on offense. East Brunswick had some good runs, James McCluskey 81 yards on 8 carries; Nick Dzielak went for 21 yards on 5 carries and Sergio Garcia got 32 yards on 6 carries, but with so many sacks, Randall Nixon ended up with a negative 62 yards for the night. East Brunswick managed to get into the Red Zone twice in the game, missing a field goal in the second quarter and turning the ball over in the 3rd quarter after a controversial penalty call. On defense, the Bears gave up a couple of big plays, but they had some good plays as well. Steven Netti got a big sack in the third quarter and Sergio Garcia was in on a ton of tackles. Joe Peterson had two catches for 22 yards, but had to leave the game in an ambulance late in the game with a hurt arm. East Brunswick is now 2-6 for the season.