Alyssa McDonough scored 11 of her 31 points from the free-throw line Thursday and the Sayreville High School girls basketball team made nine free throws in the fourth quarter as the Bombers rallied for a 81-74 victory over Westfield.
Sayreville (15-9) trailed by five heading into the final quarter, but outscored the Blue Devils 24-12 to pull away. Jackie Rodriguez finished with 30 points for the Bombers and Amanda Quintero added 16.
Jacqueline Knapp led Westfield with 26 points and six steals, going 13-15 from the free throw line. Olivia Luzzi chipped in 15 points for the Blue Devils (15-10).
Wardlaw-Hartridge 54, Snyder 45: Joanna Brautigan (10 points, 11 rebounds) and Camille Menns (11 points, 12 rebounds) both tallied double-doubles, leading Wardlaw-Hartridge. Vanessa Santana led the Rams (13-11) in scoring with 13 points and teammate Jessica Gural chipped in with 10.
Pingry 45, Manville 26: Erin Jenson tallied 18 points and Kate Sienko added 10 points as Pingry (13-12) rolled. Rachel Janes scored 13 points to pace the Mustangs.
Bridgewater-Raritan 69, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 39: Hannah Brophy filled up the stat sheet for Bridgewater-Raritan (20-4) scoring eight points, grabbing 12 rebounds, collecting five steals while compiling four assists. Eunice Abogado and Denisha Petty-Evans led the Panthers with 18 points each. Amani Williams led Scotch Plains-Fanwood (10-14) with 13 points.
Colonia 46, Dunellen 24: Miranda Rasmus scored a game-high 15 points to pace Colonia (13-12). Destiny Evans’ seven points led Dunellen (16-8).
Immaculata 50, Keyport 24: Jess Suk and Kylie Blanck each scored 14 points and Kat Papalski chipped in 10 to lead Immaculata (11-14).
Montgomery 38, Monroe 26: Zojajha Ayub netted 12 points and Cameryn Benz added 10 points to send Montgomery. Ariona Smith scored 10 points to pace Monroe.
Metuchen 66, Mother Seton 28: Cassie Smith dropped in 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Ashley Palmieri contributed 20 points, as Metuchen wrapped up its divisional slate. Kaley Erla and Lena Buccigrossi each scored six points to pace the Setters.
Collegiate 35, Perth Amboy Tech 30: Daisha Fulmore scored 15 points and grabbed 12 boards for Perth Amboy Tech.