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We take a trip to East Brunswick to catch the Raiders, as they take on the East Brunswick Bears(11-5) in a GMC crossover matchup.
North Brunswick(8-7) is 8-3 in their last 11 games, and will look to continue their momentum in the second half of the season by trying to take down one of the top baseball teams in the entire Greater Middlesex Conference.
During our pregame show, we will also announce our Brunswick Zone Player of the Month for the month of April, presented by Brunswick Zone Carolier Lanes of North Brunswick.
We return to East Brunswick High School for the conclusion of the Brunswick Challenge Holiday Tournament, featuring the North Brunswick Raiders(1-1) against the New Brunswick Zebras(0-2) in the consolation round.
North Brunswick took a tough 43-42 loss to East Brunswick in the opening round, and will now oppose New Brunswick for the second time in the first three games of the season. North Brunswick defeated New Brunswick, 55-43 in the season opener on December 20th.
North Brunswick has won their last 7 meetings with New Brunswick, going back to 2010.
It will be Korbid Thompson on the call, live from East Brunswick, New Jersey, right here on the King James Radio Network.
We check in on fifth year head coach Shaun Morrell and the North Brunswick Lady Raiders, as they are in New Brunswick for the 4th annual Brunswick Classic Holiday Tournament.
After a 38-33 loss to East Brunswick, the Lady Raiders will be in the consolation round against the home team New Brunswick Zebras.
North Brunswick(1-1) defeated New Brunswick(0-2) by a score of 29-20 in the season opener on December 20th.
It will be Korbid Thompson on the play-by-play, live from New Brunswick, New Jersey, only on the King James Radio Network.
After an 0-4 start to the season, the North Brunswick Raiders have won five of their last six games, bringing them back to the .500 mark at 5-5, and now head to Woodbridge High School to face the Barrons in an important GMC White Division contest.
With a win, North Brunswick would be over the .500 mark for the first time this season.
After starting the season at 2-0, the Barrons of Woodbridge have lost five of their last seven games. Can they get their season back on track?
We make our annual trip to Woodbridge High School, when the North Brunswick Raiders start a two game series with the Woodbridge Barrons, live from Woodbridge, New Jersey on the King James Radio Network.
We are at North Brunswick Community Park, where we take a look at the 12U North Brunswick Raiders vs. the Jersey Intensity on this special summer edition of North Brunswick Raiders Baseball, as both teams are destined for Cooperstown Dreams Park in Cooperstown, New York..
It's a rematch of last year's crazy game between these two teams, only this time, North Brunswick will have the home field, as the Raiders take on a Sayreville team that has to deal with the loss of their ace pitcher, Christian Campbell(now at Rutgers University).
North Brunswick will look towards the state playoffs, while Sayreville has a GMC Tournament quarterfinal game against St. Joe's on the horizon. Do they look past the Raiders?
We are live from Guido DiTorrice Field at North Brunswick Township High School.
We are back in Bridgewater, New Jersey for game #2 of the 2014 Bridgewater Baseball Memorial Day Tournament.
You can hear the up and coming North Brunswick Raiders 11U squad in action, as they look to make their mark on the future.
North Brunswick Raiders Baseball on the King James Radio Network is presented by the North Brunswick Baseball & Softball Association at www.nbbsa.com.
We have the regular season finale of North Brunswick Raiders Football, when the Raiders head up to Piscataway to take on the Chiefs in a GMC Red Division contest.
In our pregame report(starting at 6:30 PM Eastern time), we speak to both Raiders head coach Mark Zielinski and to assistant coach Joe Porter in a two-part interview.
In part one, we talk to Coach Porter about making the transition from his time in the NFL with the Saints, Packers, and finally, from the Oakland Raiders to the North Brunswick Raiders.
In part two at halftime, we talk to Joe about his time in the NFL, and what life is really like as a professional football player.
North Brunswick Raiders Football on the King James Radio Network is sponsored by the North Brunswick Baseball & Softball Association at www.nbbsa.com.
It's always a rivalry game, when these two teams get together. They are neighbors, but nobody said anything about it being friendly. North Brunswick and New Brunswick meet on the basketball court for the third time this season.
North Brunswick(7-3) has won the previous two meetings, and New Brunswick is just looking to get a win at 0-9. Junior forward Austin Alfonso will be making his Raiders debut, after transferring from Rutgers Prep in the offseason. We will be live at North Brunswick Township High School in an afternoon matinee,
After a win over JFK, the Lady Raiders look for back-to- back wins at Community Park in North Brunswick. Their opponents: the Colonia Patriots and pitcher Taylor Godfrey, who no-hit North Brunswick earlier this month.
These two GMC White ivision opponents have been well acquainted with each other over the years, as North Brunswick and Colonia get together, live from North Brunswick Community Park.
North Brunswick Softball on the King James Radio Network is presented by the North Brunswick Baseball & Softball Association at www.nbbsa.com.
Last season, it was a bizarre game, both during and afterwards, as North Brunswick lost a 10-3 lead - and the game - to the Patriots. Even the bus ride home was very eventful for Colonia, with the bus driver passing out at the wheel.
Now, the Raiders(8-6) want to pay it back to Colonia, as these two teams once again lock horns at Guido DiTorrice Field.
It is Senior Day at Guido DiTorrice Field, where we pay homage to the seven seniors on the North Brunswick baseball roster, as they take on the South River Rams in a GMC crossover game.
North Brunswick's seven seniors are Dominick Scialabba, Victor Konstantinovsky, Chris Iocca, Joe Manley, Brian Pelszynski, Tim Penick, and Joe Scimone.