MRSA is spread by skin-to-skin contact, or through personal items that have been contaminated with the bacteria such as towels or athletic equipment. MRSA is spread more easily in close quarters, like gyms and locker rooms. more
Post-concussion syndrome is a condition that is typically associated with a head injury. The head injury may be categorized as a concussion or a mild traumatic brain injury. In general terms, post-concussion syndrome, or PCS, is a medical problem that persists for a period of time after a head injury has occurred. This period of time can range from weeks to months. more
Aug. 12, 2013 - As most high school football teams throughout the state open training camp this week, Phil Hossler has a simple suggestion for coaches, not only in New Jersey, but nationwide, which he believes could help prevent heat-related illness and death on the gridiron. more
I invite you to help our efforts to promote the football and cheer program. The Woodbridge High School 5th Quarter Club is a non-profit organization. With your contributions we provide Varsity jackets, Jersey’s, end of the year Awards Banquet and college scholarships and various equipment.
Your interest in sponsoring the Woodbridge Barrons is greatly appreciated. The contributions are tax deductible and will help with the success of our organization for the students who participate in these programs.
1973 and prior, there were no playoff games as we know of today. State Titles were decided by the NJSIAA Championship Committee. It wasn't until 1974 that the playoff format was developed to decide on the field, a true champion. From 1974 through 1997, there were four teams that qualified for the playoffs. From 1998 to present, the playoff field comprised eight teams.
Athletic directors vote down proposal for State Group Football Championships
Dec. 2, 2013 Written by Greg Tufaro and Steven Falk, Staff Writers
A New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) ballot proposal that would have allowed public schools to play for state group football championships was rejected Monday morning. Continued
St. Joseph (8-0) at Woodbridge (2-6): The Falcons clinched the White Division title with a victory at New Brunswick last weekend. Rookie head coach Casey Ransone will not allow his team to look ahead to next week’s Non-Public Group 3 home playoff game, likely against St. Augustine. Despite its six-game losing streak, Woodbridge can be formidable because of its solid line play. St. Joseph running back Matt Olivo remains the league’s leading rusher with 1,482 yards and 15 touchdowns.
St. Joseph 24-8.
John Haley's Week 9
High School Football Picks
November 8, 2013
St. Joseph (8-0) at Woodbridge (2-6): St. Joseph is just waiting to see who it plays in the Non-Public, Group 4 playoffs, but there's still plenty of incentive to keep an unbeaten season going. RB Matt Olivio keeps adding to the record books every time he touches the ball for St. Joseph, while Jake Stolzenberg, Joseph Papa and Marques Townes lead a stellar defense. Griffin Thomas has played well for Woodbridge.
Rutgers Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Tim Pernetti announced today the establishment of the “Eric LeGrand Believe Fund” to support Eric LeGrand (Avenel, N.J.) and his family. LeGrand, a junior defensive tackle for the Scarlet Knights, suffered a spinal cord injury Oct. 16 vs. Army.
Contributions to the fund are not tax deductible and can be made by sending a check payable to the“Eric LeGrand Believe Fund” to:
“Eric LeGrand Believe Fund”
PNC Wealth Management
Attn: Kimberly G. Kingsland, Senior Trust Advisor
One Palmer Square Suite 201
Princeton, NJ 08542
All proceeds of the fund will go directly to the LeGrand family. For more information, visit
They are here and on sale from the WHS 5th Quarter Club!! Just $10 for one ticket and you could win (2) season tickets for all 8 home games for the 2014 season!! Great seats!!! Only 2000 tickets being sold. Get yours today, they will go fast!!
See attached flyer for information!!
Help support the Woodbridge High School Barrons Football and Cheer teams!!!
For tickets call:
Maureen Alcott-Comito (848)-248-2821;
Gary Comito (732)-581-2073, or
Bonnie Smith (908)-338-0026
JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF COMEDY TO BENEFIT
THE WHS 5th QUARTER CLUB
@ Port Reading Knights of Columbus 290 Old Road Port Reading, NJ
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Doors: 6:30 Show: 7:30
$25.00 per person (Cash Bar)
Admission includes: Door Prize Ticket, Coffee, Teas & Desserts!
Tickets can be purchased from Maureen at 848-248-2821
SAT AUG 23 RED / BLACK 11AM
TUE AUG 26 @ EDISON 10AM
FRI AUG 29 @ OCEAN 10AM
THU SEP 04 @ EAST BRUNS 7PM
BE SURE TO VISIT AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE, WOODBRIDGE FOOTBALL,
TO VIEW ALL THE GREAT PHOTOS WE WILL BE POSTING. ALL ARE FREE FOR YOU TO COPY!