Davia leads Mount St. Mary past Pingry in OT

Davia leads Mount St. Mary past Pingry in OT


Davia leads Mount St. Mary past Pingry in OT


Kristen Davis tallied 15 points and snagged 15 rebounds Tuesday to lead the Mount St. Mary Academy girls basketball team to a 47-44 overtime victory over Pingry.

Anna Ames added 15 points for the Mount Lions (4-5), who had a chance to win it at the end of regulation, but the would-be game-winner spun out of the net. Lexi Van Beisen scored 16 points for Pingry (1-7).

Gill St. Bernard’s 61, Hunterdon Central 47: Taylor Rooks tallied 30 points, 12 rebounds and six assists, while Sam Kramer added 11 points to power Gill St. Bernard’s (8-2). Carli Wilson dropped in 25 points and Mackenzie Roden chipped in 10 points for Hunterdon Central (3-5).

Westfield 44, Union Catholic 34: Jacqueline Knapp poured in 25 points, including going 13-for-16 from the free-throw line, to send Westfield. Lil Scott added eight points for the Blue Devils (6-4), while Shana LaRocca netted 15 points to pace Union Catholic (2-5).

52, Rutgers Prep 41: Adreana Miller tallied 15 points and six rebounds, and Amiya Rankins added nine points and nine boards to lead Franklin (6-2). Allison Girardi netted 15 points to pace Rutgers Prep (4-3).

Piscataway 45, Old Bridge 39: Isis Dwyer scored 18 points and Kiki Bynes added nine points as Piscataway improved to 4-5. Taylor Torre, Kate Johnson and Marta Belli each netted eight points for Old Bridge (1-5), which led by as many as 10 during the second quarter.

Governor Livingston 38, Roselle Catholic 33: Mallory George recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds and Alyssa Cranston added nine points to lead the Highlanders (8-2). Tori Pozsonyi led Roselle Catholic (7-2) with seven points.

Bridgewater-Raritan 46, Watchung Hills 26: Eunice Abogado and Denisha Petty-Evans each scored 14 points to lead the Panthers (7-1) to victory. Megan McFadden and Kara Smhiegocki both netted seven points for Watchung Hills (4-3).

Phillipsburg 41, North Hunterdon 30: Jill Bellofatto led the Lions (7-2) with six points in a losing effort.

Somerville 41, Montgomery 33: Caroline Barberi sparked Somerville (4-5) with a game-high 16 points, and notched four assists. Kelly McCurry added eight points and five assists in the victory, while Zojajha Ayub led all scorers with 22 points for Montgomery (3-6).

South Plainfield 43, J.P. Stevens 17: Kate McLaughlin netted 12 points and Jackie Dvorak added 11 to send South Plainfield (5-3).

New Providence 34, A.L. Johnson 22: Sydney Morang tallied 17 points and Cassandra Squeri chipped in 12 points and six rebounds for New Providence (9-0).


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