Freshman guard Kendrea Williams scored 20 points as the Piscataway High School girls basketball team defeated Edison 59-51 in the Greater Middlesex Conference Red Division rivalry on Tuesday night in Edison.
The Chiefs reversed a 58-55 double overtime loss from the Eagles earlier in the season.
Kiki Bynes added 11 points and Kristyn Shea neeted 10 for Piscataway (8-5), which has won six straight games.
Senior guard Morgan Peacock scored a game-high 28 points and her sister Mackenzie added 10 for Edison (6-8), which trailed by as many as 25 at one point.
South Brunswick 50, Old Bridge 30: Danielle Padovano dropped in 25 points and Jackie Harrison added 13 as South Brunswick improved to 10-3. Kait Johnsen tallied nine points and nine rebounds for the Knights (2-10).
South Plainfield 62, New Brunswick 22: Freshman Sarah Cargill scored a career high 16 points and Jackie Dvorak added 14 to lead South Plainfield (7-6). Haja Sannoh scored eight points for New Brunswick (1-13).
46, Dunellen 27: Taylor Stanley and Theresa Ekhelar led Woodbridge (8-6) in scoring with 11 points each and Dunellen’s (9-4) Jackie Von Itter led the Destroyers with nine.
57, East Brunswick 40: Bianca Feliciano’s 14 points included four 3s, while Janaysia James tallied 13 points, six rebounds and three steals as Perth Amboy moved to 11-1. Kaylanna Ricks and Kenya Adams each chipped in 10 points for the Panthers, and Ricks added nine rebounds, four assists and four steals. Dayna Sclafani netted 14 points to pace the Bears (2-12).
Bishop Ahr 58, J.P. Stevens 19: Brianna Strahm and Lauren Barlow each posted 12 points and Brianna Foster added 11 as Bishop Ahr (10-3) rolled. Kathy Tong scored 10 points, tops for J.P. Stevens (1-13).
Gill St. Bernard’s 53, Franklin 45: Taylor Rooks scored a game-high 25 points to lead Gill St. Bernard’s (10-2). Jaeda Wildgoose notched 13 points and 12 rebounds and Alexandra Jackson notched 12 points for Franklin (9-5), who were within two at one point in the fourth quarter.
Highland Park 41, Keyport 38: Lexus Blocker scored 13 points, Zanae Torres notched 11, and Dierra Doyle added 10 as Highland Park (4-9) trailed Keyport (6-6) by three going into the fourth quarter.
Piscataway Tech 44, Purnell 33: Zakema Griswell poured in 34 points to lead Piscataway Tech (4-9).