Crystal Carlucci and Jolie Tang each netted 16 points Monday as the J.F. Kennedy High School girls basketball team grabbed a 60-49 victory over Middlesex to clinch at least a share of the Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division crown.
Rachel Anderjack contributed 13 points for the Mustangs, who improved to 20-0.
Tori Schweyher scored 19 points to pace the Blue Jays (12-6), while Giana Guarino added 18 points and five for Middlesex.
Wardlaw-Hartridge 50, Highland Park 35: Taylor Gerhart posted 16 points and 10 rebounds and Camille Menns added 12 points and 12 boards to power Wardlaw-Hartridge (10-9). Vanessa Santana rounded out the trio of double-doubles for the Rams with 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Lexus Blocker led all scores with 18 points for Highland Park (5-14).
Spotswood 42, Carteret 29: Ashley Pina tallied 23 points and 11 rebounds as Spotswood rolled. Ally Herring added 13 points and nine steals for the Chargers (17-4), while Dominique Potter netted 12 points to pace Carteret (3-18).
Tech 60, Noor-Iu-Iman 10: Michelle Infante netted 14 points and Shelby Haggerty added 11 points and eight assists as Perth Amboy Tech rolled. Daisha Fulmore added 10 points and six rebounds for the Patriots (11-6).
Cardinal McCarrick 61, Mother Seton 28: Shannon McCleery tallied 13 points and Savannah Valentin added 11 points to lead Cardinal McCarrick. Madison McNally chipped in 10 points for the Eagles (7-11), while Nikki Melie paced Mother Seton (2-13) with seven points.
East Brunswick 36, J.P. Stevens 28: Savanna Flood and Allie Warren each netted 10 points to lift East Brunswick (4-16). Kathy Tong paced J.P. Stevens with 11 points, but the Hawks fell to 1-19.