Category: Breakfast with Harry

Harry knows everyone! We run into a former Bridgewater standout – and discuss misconceptions about Jersey’s favorite fast food – on Episode 3 of “Breakfast with Harry”

The Big Ten posted an infographic claiming Jersey Mike’s and Sbarro were South and North Jersey’s favorite fast foods.

Harry Frezza and Mike Pavlichko beg to differ.

And they do, during Episode 3 of “Breakfast with Harry” from the Golden Corner Diner in Harry’s hometown of Bound Brook.

They also discuss high school football’s first week of the “postseason” and run into a former Bridgewater-Raritan football player who remembers distinctly a key playoff game. Click below to listen!

“Breakfast with Harry”: Mike and Harry talk football… and baseball?

On our second installment of “Breakfast with Harry” from the Golden Corner Diner in Bound Brook, Mike and Harry tackle mostly football, but also some baseball.

Harry weighs in on the Somerset Patriots’ announcement that they will become the New York Yankees’ AA Minor League Baseball team after more than 20 years in the independent Atlantic League.

They also discuss Somerville’s success of the last five years spanning Jeff Vanderbeek and Dallas Whitaker, Bernards’ big win over Del Val, and get breaking news on the shutdown of Manville’s football season after numerous cases of COVID-19 in the district, but none on the football team.

Listen to Episode 2 of “Breakfast with Harry” from the Golden Corner Diner below:

“Breakfast with Harry” from the Golden Corner Diner debuts on Central Jersey Sports Radio

It’s breakfast, and it’s time to eat!

It’s also time to hear from Harry Frezza, the longtime scholastic sports writer from the Courier News, who’s joining Central Jersey Sports Radio for “Breakfast with Harry,” recorded each week during the football season at the Golden Corner Diner on West Union Avenue in Bound Brook.

Harry and Central Jersey Sports Radio’s Mike Pavlichko will sit down at the counter and talk anything and everything related to high school football, or anything else that’s on their minds.

Listen to the first installment below: