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).