Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup

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Monroe 58, Bishop Ahr 53 (OT): Erica Junquet scored 18 points and dished out seven assists as Monroe overcame Bishop Ahr’s second-half rally to win it in the extra session. Erin Seppi netted 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Falcons (15-2), who led 33-20 at halftime, before the Trojans outscored them 16-7 in the third quarter and 14-10 in the fourth to force overtime. Brianna Foster finished with 15 points and 18 rebounds for Bishop Ahr (10-7), while Lauren Barlow added 14 points and six boards and Elle Cimilluca chimed in with 13 points for the Trojans.

Westfield 59, Union 49: Lil Scott scored 19 points and Olivia Luzzi chipped in 15 as Westfield topped Union in a Union County Conference crossover game. Jaqueline Knapp added 10 points for the Blue Devils, who improved to 17-2.

South River 51, Woodbridge Academy 26: Gabby Harris scored 14 points and Alyssa Andrejic and Alyssa Barry each added 12 for South River (14-2). Kiara Rodriguez recorded a triple-double for Woodbridge Academy (3-10) with 15 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks.

Gill St. Bernard’s 82, Hillsborough 42: Taylor Rooks scored 34 points and Jasmine Sina added 12 for Hill St. Bernard’s (16-2). Kelly Lenkey scored eight points and Megan Muller added seven for Hillsborough (3-14).

Colonia 45, New Brunswick 23: Kristen Wright celebrated senior night with 17 points, while Madison Stanley chipped in 13 points and Colonia (10-8) won its fourth straight. Destiny Betts netted 10 points for New Brunswick (1-16).

Blair 62, North Hunterdon 40: Allison Lane scored seven points and Carolyn Giordano added six for North Hunterdon (11-4).

Belvidere 66, Bound Brook 44: Janeea’ Summers scored 21 points and grabbed 20 rebounds, while Marianne Riquelme added 13 points, five boards and five blocks for Bound Brook (10-7).

South Brunswick 51, Perth Amboy 20: Jackie Siva led all scorers with 15 points for South Brunswick. Desirae Rivera led Perth Amboy with 11 points.

South Hunterdon 58, Manville 18: Rachel Knappenberger and Brett Lelie each netted 11 points to fuel South Hunterdon (14-3). Megan Mack and Julie Pankowski each posted six points for Manville (1-13).

Dunellen 43, East Brunswick Tech 16: Alyssa Buccino netted 12 points, while Nicole Baudendistel added 10 to send Dunellen (11-5). Jodie Janas scored eight points to pace East Brunswick Tech (2-13).

South Plainfield 52, J.P. Stevens 26: Sarah Cargill scored 14 points and Amanda Harper added 10 to power South Plainfield (12-6). Jaasrini Vellore scored six points to pace J.P. Stevens.

J.F. Kennedy 54, Wardlaw-Hartridge 46: Jolie Tang posted 16 points, five rebounds and six assists, while Taylor Freeman went for 16 points and J.F. Kennedy improved to 15-1. Rachel Andrejcak chipped in 11 points for the Mustangs, while Taylor Gerhart tallied 25 points and 13 rebounds and Jessica Gural added 10 points and five boards for Wardlaw-Hartridge (4-12).

Metuchen 46, North Plainfield 41: Cassie Smith poured in 32 points and Metuchen improved to 9-7. Frankie Cherasaro posted 18 point to pace North Plainfield (3-12).

Middlesex 46, Cardinal McCarrick 37: Tori Schweyher netted 26 points and Amanda Abadte chipped in 10 to power Middlesex (12-5). Brittany Clayton scored 13 points and Shannon McCleery added 11 to pace Cardinal McCarrick (10-5).

East Brunswick 47, Woodbridge 45: Dayna Sclafani dropped in the go-ahead layup with 18 seconds left in regulation to lift East Brunswick to a GMC Red Division victory. Sclafani finished with 16 points for the Bears (12-3), while Sydney Greenspan contributed nine points to the winning cause. The Barrons fell to 6-10.

Delaware Valley 50, Bernards 25: Justine Doran dropped in 24 points and Haley Pilone added 13 points, five rebounds and six steals to fuel Delaware Valley. Megan Bradley chipped in 11 rebounds for the Terriers (13-3), while Sarah Ryan scored nine points and Sara Whelan added seven for Bernards (9-8).

Immaculata 45, Watchung Hills 28: Kristen Reilly led all scorers with 21 points, while Alyssa Michaelowski and Kaitlyn Roberto netted seven apiece for Immaculata (5-11). Megan McFadden tallied 10 points to pace Watchung Hills (3-11).

Warren Hills 46, Ridge 39: Chrissy Weyrauch netted 11 points and Kristina Mueller added nine for Ridge (10-7).

Voorhees 55, Montgomery 54 (3 OTs): Allie Best finished with 15 points and Erin Jones netted 14 as Voorhees outlasted Montgomery in three overtimes to win its third straight. The game was tied 44-44 after regulation, with each team scoring three points in the first OT and five more apiece in the second overtime. Cameryn Benz tallied 21 points to lead all scorers for the Cougars (8-9), while Zojajha Ayub added 17 points. The Vikings improved to 8-8.

Pingry 43, Mount St. Mary 37: Cory Ransom went for 24 points and 13 rebounds, while Annelise Kinney chipped in nine points to send Pingry (6-12). Kristen Davis scored 16 points and Mary Ziemba hit for 12 for Mount St. Mary (6-11).

Bridgewater-Raritan 53, Mount St. Dominic 37: Mary Kronenwetter netted 13 points and Sarah Brophy chimed in with 12 as Bridgewater-Raritan improved to 12-6.

Sayreville 63, North Brunswick 42: Amanda Quintero scored 23 points and Jackie Rodriguez netted 13 to lead Sayreville. Kyra Fox paced North Brunswick with 16 points.

Timothy Christian 54, Piscataway Tech 18: Natasha Audain and Hannah Saquian each scored 12 points to lead Timothy Christian. Michaela Csorny and Elizabeth Kokiziniski each chipped in 10 for the Tigers. Patterson Jasmin led Piscataway Tech with 12 points.

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