Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup


Girls basketball roundup


Dunellen 50, South River 47: Jackie VonItter led all scorers with 17 points to go along with five steals and four assists as Dunellen (10-5) handed South River its first loss of the season. Sydney Miller added a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Destroyers and Nicole Baudendistel chipped in 12 points and four blocks. Alyssa Barry scored 16 points for South River (13-1).

South Amboy 47, East Brunswick Tech 21: Amanda LaVigne scored a game-high 22 points to lead South Amboy (6-7). Jodie Janas paced East Brunswick Tech (1-12) with 13 points.

J.P. Stevens 44, Carteret 24: Molly Yelencsics scored 15 points and Rebecca DiSerio added 11 for J.P. Stevens (3-12). Courtney Hansen’s 10 points led Carteret (2-12).

Franklin 52, Rutgers Prep 40: Jaeda Wildgoose led all scorers with 17 points and Alexandra Jackson added 16 points to lead Franklin (12-2). Adreana Miller added nine points for the Warriors. Niki Metzel led Rutgers Prep (5-6) with 12 points and seven rebounds.

Plainfield 55, Cranford 54: Breana Spencer recorded a double-double with 24 points and 11 rebounds and Drew Winter added 23 points to lead Plainfield (11-5).

Cardinal McCarrick 41, Wardlaw-Hartridge 28: Brittany Clayton poured in 20 points to lead all scorers and Lauryn Materowski chipped in seven for Cardinal McCarrick (10-3). Taylor Gerhart scored 11 points for Wardlaw-Hartridge (3-11).

J.F. Kennedy 47, Mother Seton 15: Taylor Freeman scored 13 points, Jolie Tang and Jackie Soper each scored nine and Rachel Andrejcak chipped in eight for J.F. Kennedy (13-1). The Mustangs came away with 15 steals and didn’t allow more than six points in any quarter. Lena Buccigrossi scored six points for Mother Seton (6-7).

Voorhees 50, Somerville 45: Erin Jones scored 13 points and added seven rebounds and Taylor Nole chipped in 10 points and five rebounds for Voorhees (6-8). Melody VanNess led all scorers with 17 points for Somerville (1-13) and Bridget Douglas scored six points and added eight rebounds and eight assists.

Metuchen 40, Spotswood 24: Cassie Smith netted a game-best 24 points and added 18 rebounds while Sam Streckfuss added seven points to lead Metuchen (8-7). Jill Reed scored five points for Spotswood (6-9).

Middlesex 51, Highland Park 27: Tori Schweyher scored a game-high 13 points and Zakiya Beckles chipped in 10 for Middlesex (11-4), which jumped out to a 24-2 first quarter advantage. Judea McDonald registered nine points for Highland Park (0-14).\\

Perth Amboy Tech 46, Piscataway Tech 17: Michelle Infante hauled in 26 rebounds to go along with nine points to lead Perth Amboy Tech. Lucia Cagnani chipped in eight points and Briana Cruz had seven points and seven assists for the Patriots. Piscataway Tech dropped to 3-11.

Timothy Christian 47, Woodbridge Academy 33: Michaela Csorny finished with a game-high 15 points to lead Timothy Christian. Hannah Saquian added 11 points and five steals for the Tigers, who were up 25-9 at halftime. Richa Shah paced Woodbridge Academy with 11 points.

Oak Knoll 44, Union Catholic 41: Taylor Gardner hit three of Union Catholic’s nine 3-pointers and finished with 11 points. Victoria Isidron also connected on a trio of 3’s for Union Catholic, which led by eight with three minutes to play.

Dayton 41, Governor Livingston 30: Sara Dilly scored seven points and Jenny Pires and Kate Reilly added six each for Governor Livingston.


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