Gill St. Bernard’s 67, Hunterdon Central 53: Sophomore guard Tyus Battle tallied 22 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and four steals as the Knights improved to 7-2. J.M. Mea scored 12 points and Ian Demarest added eight points and nine assists for Gill.
Colonia 54, Old Bridge 50: Chase Barneys made two free throws with 5.58 seconds left to break a 50-50 tie, as Barneys led Colonia (4-1) with 17 points. James Corbett added 12 points and Brandon Haines netted eight of his 10 points in the first half for the Patriots. Tyler Drews scored a game-high 24 points for Old Bridge (1-6), including a game-tying 3 with 15.5 seconds left. while Luis Cruz added 10 points in the loss.
St. Joseph 68, South Brunswick 55: Karl Towns scored a game-high 22 points with 15 rebounds, eight blocks, and six assists as St. Joseph improved to 8-0. Marques Townes added 17 points and Breein Tyree chipped in 14 for the Falcons. Corey Lumpkin led South Brunswick (2-3) with 17 points while Jason Saldiveri contributed 15.
Woodbridge 50, J.P. Stevens 38: Zahneer Shuler scored a game-high 18 points and Josh Olowookere added 10 for Woodbridge (4-4), which led 31-20 at the half. Francois Ballou scored 14 points for J.P. Stevens (0-7) and Nick Dooley added 12 points and 14 rebounds.
Hillsborough 45, Immaculata 27: James Smith scored 17 points to lead Hilslborough while Matt Westphal added seven. Robert Haldeman netted a team-high 11 points for Immaculata.
Bound Brook 88, Belvidere 38: Shane Stevens recorded a quadruple-double with 22 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists, and 10 steals to lead Bound Brook (5-2). Kevin Pancheco scored 19 points, Fred Deensie added 14 points and seven assists, and Anthony Perez had 12 points for The Crusaders.
Ridge 77, Voorhees 33: Kevin Doolan netted 16 points and six assists and Derek Lyons contributed 15 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, and three steals to lead Ridge (6-0). Ryan Byrnes (12) and Alex Wightman (10) also scored in double figures for the Red Devils.
North Hunterdon 45, Phillispburg 36: Ryan McDowell scored 16 points and Mike Magaleski netted 10, and Jacob Johnson chipped in with nine for the Lions.
Scotch Plains-Fanwood 59, Roselle 58 (OT): Chris Gibbons stole the ball and scored with 10 seconds to help give Scotch Plains-Fanwood the overtime win. Josh Acosta hit a 3-pointer with 30 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime. Leo Ramos led the Raiders with 23 points while Quaryee Bull added a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Perth Amboy 58, Piscataway 50: Joseph Malave led all scorers with 22 points and Marquise Irizarry added 18 as the Panthers (4-3) took a 17-9 lead after one quarter and held on. Elijah Murray-Tucker scored 13 points and Najee Lucky had 10 for Piscataway (2-5).
Delaware Valley 44, Bernards 42: Josh Christ scored 14 points and Jake Del Greco recorded 13 for Delaware Valley (1-4), which overcame a 17-2 first quarter deficit. David Wieber scored 29 points for Bernards (1-4).
North Plainfield 47, Pingry 35: Ka-Ron Dock led the way with 15 points and Khalil Dock and Naim Hicks each added eight to pace North Plainfield (3-2), which led 26-11 at the half. Drew Gagnon and Evan Key had 10 points apiece for Pingry (3-3).
Union Catholic 77, Cranford 47: Isaiah Still scored 15 points, Nate Johnson netted 14, and Devine Eke added 11 to lead Union Catholic, which had seven players each score at least six points.
Governor Livingston 51, Rahway 46: Patrick Mahoney scored 14 points, Rob Imbalzano netted 13, and Javon Reis-Wilson added 11 to pace Governor Livingston (2-5). Edriece Patterson led all scorers with 22 ponits for Rahway (2-5).
Linden 66, Patrick School 55: Quadri Moore chalked up 22 points and 18 rbeounds and Juwan Jones scored 24 points to lead Linden, which won the rematch of last year’s Union County Tournament final.
Monroe 48, Edison 46: A 16-7 fourth quarter spurt propelled Monroe (4-3) past Edison (2-4) for the win.