Franklin 58, Gill St. Bernard’s 39: Adreana Miller scored a game-high 16 points and added five rebounds as the Franklin High School girls basketball team topped Gill St. Bernard’s 58-39. Amiya Rankins added 14 points and nine rebounds off the bench for Franklin, which also got 10 points from Mary Trossi.
Taylor Rooks led Gill St. Bernard’s with 15 points and seven rebounds and Trevena Bennett chipped in 13 points and eight rebounds for the Knights.
Sayreville 50, Montgomery 43: Jackie Rodriguez scored 21 points and Ryane Brush added 11 to send Sayreville. Cam Benz lead Montgomery (0-2) with 21 points, while teammate Allison Geary chipped in 11.
North Hunterdon 41, Somerville 27: Hailey Stine scored a game-high 17 points to lead North Hunterdon (1-1) while Alicea Foran added nine, as the Lions had a 17-8 third quarter after leading by eight at halftime. Bridget Douglas scored a team-high eight points for Somerville (0-2).
Woodbridge 83, Metuchen 57: Gabraella Jones scored 28 points, Brianna Valdes added 16 and Woodbridge (1-1) erupted. The Barrons were held to just 28 points in their season-opening loss to South Brunswick, but came alive to get Bob Timinski his first victory as head coach. Brielle Bannister pulled down a game-high 17 rebounds for Woodbridge. Cassie Smith poured in 30 points for Metuchen (0-2).
Monroe 69, Princeton 20: Erica Junquet, Ashlyn Petersen and Grace Martini finished with nine points apiece to pace 13 players who scored for Monroe. The Falcons (2-0) opened up a 20-1 lead after the first quarter.
Voorhees 47, Warren Hills 38: Erin Jones netted 22 points and grabbed five rebounds for Voorhees (2-0), which closed the game on a 16-5 run.
Timothy Christian 47, Highland Park 22: Michaela Csorny and Hannah Saquian scored 15 points each to power Timothy Christian (1-2), which led 17-0 after the first quarter. Rachel Beyer’s nine points were tops for Highland Park (0-2).
Belvidere 62, North Plainfield 42: Frankie Cherasaro posted 17 points and five assists and Yavonna Williams finished with 14 points and six rebounds for North Plainfield (0-2).
Hillsborough 38, Edison 27: Megan Muller scored 11 points to lead Hillsborough (1-1), which blanked Edison `13-0 in the third quarter. Ashley Hunt led the Eagles (0-2) with seven points.
Phillipsburg 61, Ridge 37: Monica Schumacher’s 12 points were tops for Ridge (1-1).
Westfield 61, Millburn 48: Lillian Scott had 30 points and 7 steals to lead Westfield (2-0). Olivia Luzzi added 14 points and 5 steals for the Blue Devils.
Bridgewater-Raritan 45, Immaculata 35: Julia Venturelli poured in a game-high 17 points and both Eunice Abogado and Mary Kronenwetter scored 11 to lead Bridgewater-Raritan (1-1). Kristen Reilly paced Immaculata (0-2) with 13 points.
South Hunterdon 43, Pingry 40 (OT): Lauren McBride scored four of her 10 points in overtime from the free throw line, leading South Hunterdon (1-1). The Eagles attempted 12 free throws in the extra period, converting nine of them. Aly Baggitt led South Hunterdon with 13 points. Libby Parsons scored 13 and Corey Ransom added 10 for Pingry (0-2).
Union Catholic 45, South Plainfield 39: Donnie Days scored a game-high 18 points and Ashley Henderson added 15 for Union Catholic (2-1). Shannon Hughes led South Plainfield (1-1) with 11 points.
Mount St. Mary 36, Bernards 29: Sarah Ryan and Kristen Davis each scored nine points to lead Mount St. Mary (2-0). Caroline Baratta led all scorers with 10 points for Bernards (0-2).
Governor Livingston 40, West Morris 38: Patrice DiTommaso scored a game-high 13 points and added five rebounds to lead Governor Livingston (2-1). Hayley Berliner added seven points and five boards.
Hunterdon Central 57, Watchung Hills 47: Carli Wilson poured in 15 points and Mackenzie Roden chipped in 10 for Hunterdon Central (2-0). Marly Blajsa scored 14 and Megan McFadden had 13 for Watchung Hills (1-1).