It was standing room only at the stadium when Middlesex took on Union in the 19th Annual Snapple Bowl all-star football game.
The Middlesex County all-stars came up big, defeating their Union county counterparts 33 to 15.
The 19th annual all-star game, which pits stars from Middlesex County against Union County, raises money for The New Jersey Institute for Disabilities in Edison and The Children's Specialized Hospital in Fanwood.
South Brunswick was well represented this year, with offensive guard Bryan Stonkus, offensive tackle Bob Spilitore, fullback Azim Blakey, cornerback and linebacker Isnard Mir-Mirced.
The Vikings tied with Woodbridge High School for the most player representatives on the Middlesex County Squad with five. The selections weren't a surprise after the South Brunswick High School football squad finished as
Six days after being defeated in the Central Jersey Group IV semifinals, South Brunswick ended its season with a 28-18 win over North Brunswick.
Harper, who led the Vikings in rushing yards (482) and rushing touchdowns (8) in 2011, will be heading to the University of New Haven in the fall.
Two Vikings cheerleaders also represented SBHS at the Snapple Bowl. Elisabeth Martinez and Jessica Vitovitch were both selected to cheer for the Middlesex County squad.