Daily Courier Sports Editor Jimmy Potts and Sports Reporters Jacob Conley and Bill McDaniel talk about Friday's playoff games in the latest edition of the Sportscast.
After graduating nearly its entire 2013-2014 starting lineup, the East Rutherford Cavaliers may need some time to develop.
The East Rutherford High School girls basketball team has a challenging season ahead of them.
With only 10 wrestlers on East Rutherford’s roster wins at duels will be in short supply, but Cavaliers coach Tim Bird believes he has a youthful, but talented team.
Four years ago, the East Rutherford Cavalier and Lady Cavalier swim teams amounted to four students but Coach Tara Mauney feels excited for the upcoming season with 17 swimmers filling the roster.
The East Rutherford Cavaliers’ season came to a close after a drive in the final two minutes came up short, which allowed the Mount Pleasant Tigers to advance to the second round of the playoffs.
East Rutherford ends season with 20-19 loss
The East Rutherford Cavaliers ended their season after sustaining a 20-19 loss to the Mount Pleasant Tigers. The Cavs led for most of the game, but a third quarter 30-yard touchdown by Tigers running back sealed the deal and advanced Mount Pleasant to the second round.
The East Rutherford Cavaliers knew their 13th seed would make it a tough journey to the state championship game and their first test comes tonight against Mount Pleasant (9-2).
Daily Courier Sports Editor Jimmy Potts and Sports Reporters Jacob Conley and Bill McDaniel discuss this week's football playoff games and much more in the latest edition of the Sportscast.
In Mathematics, the X-factor represents the variable that has a significant impact on an outcome and when it comes to East Rutherford's recent success, quarterback Calvin Camp is certainly that.