Week 3 Big Central Game of the Week features Bound Brook and Voorhees

Friday night’s Big Central Game of the Week features the Bound Brook and the Voorhees, in a battle of 1-1 teams.

The Big Central Game of the Week is sponsored locally by RCM Automotive and Hagan-Chamberlain Funeral Home, both in Bound Brook.

The Crusaders are coming off a 29-25 loss at Delaware Valley, a much larger school under normal circumstances. But Bound Brook is more depleted than usual due to COVID forcing some team members not to play our of concern for their family, while others have had to get after-school jobs to support their families.

READ MORE: Depth a concern for Bound Brook due to fallout from COVID, not illness

The Brook is led by junior quarterback Patrick LePoidevin, the son of the new first-year head coach Dave LePoidevin. No stranger to Bound Brook, he’s been their offensive coordinator for the past four years. His boss, Dom Longo, remains on the staff as a special teams coach.

READ MORE: Voorhees looks to build on offensive output when it visits The Brook.

The Vikings, meanwhile, picked up their first win of the season last week with a 44-14 win over Manville Friday night, in which five different players scored.

The teams have had one common opponent so far this season: Delaware Valley. While the Crusaders only lost by four on the road to the Terriers, the Voos lost 24-2 at home to Del Val in Week One.

The game can be heard starting at 6:50 pm with Mike Pavlichko and Dom Savino live from LaMonte Field in Bound Brook. Kickoff is at 7 pm. Listen live by clicking here.

Parents, friends and family can give a shoutout to their favorite football player, cheerleader or band member by clicking here. Mike and Dom will read your message on the air. Half the proceeds go back to your designated high school!

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