Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup


Girls basketball roundup


Timothy Christian 56, South Amboy 34: Michaela Csorny scored 19 points, while Hannah Saquian chipped in 17 points to pace Timothy Christian (8-4). Amanda Lavigne was the only double-figure scorer for South Amboy (5-6), scoring 14 points with four assists.

Spotswood 43, Highland Park 32: Dana Mattioli lead all scorers, scoring a game-high 21 points to lead Spotswood in the win. Rachel Beyer led the way for Highland Park, scoring a team-high 14 points in the loss.

Dunellen 51, Woodbridge Academy 27: Jackie Vonitter led the way for Dunellen (8-4), scoring 21 points with eight steals and eight assists. Kiara Rodriguez paced Woodbridge Academy (2-7) with 18 points.

J.F. Kennedy 50, Carteret 25: Taylor Freeman stuffed the stat sheet, scoring 20 points with four rebounds, four assists and three steals to lead J.F. Kennedy (9-1) to the win. Courtney Hansen paced Carteret (2-9), scoring 14 points in the loss.

Middlesex 55, Mother Seton 40: Victoria Schweyher scored 22 points with nine assists to lead Middlesex (8-4), who never trailed in the game. Lena Buccigrossi led Mother Seton (4-8), scoring 16 points.

South River 54, Piscataway Tech 15: Gabby Harris and Lubica Zifovski scored 11 points each for South River (11-0) en route to the decisive win. Jasmine Patterson led Piscataway Tech in the loss, scoring 8 points.

Cardinal McCarrick 47, Metuchen 46: Lauren Materowski scored her lone two points on a game-winning jumper with three seconds left for Cardinal McCarrick (8-3). Brittany Clayton scored 15 and Shannon McCleery chipped in 13 to pace the Eagles in the win. Cassie Smith recorded a double-double, scoring 27 points with 13 rebounds for Metuchen (6-5).

Manville 44, Roselle Park 40: Freshman Julie Pankowski scored 12 points and tallied 4 assists to lead Manville (1-9) to it’s first victory of the season. Megan Mack chipped in 14 points and seven rebounds for the Mustangs in the Senior Night win.

New Providence 37, Johnson 22: Sydney Morang scored a game-high 20 points, along with eight rebounds and two steals, to lead New Providence (9-4) to victory. Meaghan Gallagher and Lauren Beck scored six points each to lead Johnson (5-8).

Westfield 52, Union Catholic 27: Jacqueline Knapp had 24 points, six steals and six assists for Westfield(14-0), while Lillian Scott chipped in nine points and seven assists in the win over Union Catholic (5-9)


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