Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup

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Bernards 63, Belvidere 50: Sara Ryan scored 11 of her team’s 20 points in the fourth quarter and Bernards rode a five-point halftime lead into an impressive upset, as the Mountaineers dealt Belvidere just its second Skyland ConferenceValley Division setback. Ryan finished with 28 points and 12 rebounds, while Caroline Baratta added 18 points for the Mountaineers (6-6), as they knocked the County Seaters (7-3) out of first place in the division.

Delaware
Valley 54, North Plainfield 35: Justine Doran scored 19 points and Haley Pilone added 16 points for Delaware Valley (7-3). Frankie Cherasaro led North Plainfield with 16 points. The Terriers’ victory , coupled with Belvidere’s loss to Bernards, gives Delaware Valley first place in the Skyland Valley.

Sayreville 59, J.P. Stevens 32: Jackie Rodriguez became the fifth Sayreville girl’s basketball player in history to score 1,000 points as she finished the game with 28 points and 10 rebounds. J.P. Stevens was led by Rebecca DiSerio and Molly Yelencsics scoring 12 points each.

Monroe 46, Colonia 28: Erica Junquet dropped a game-high 20 points and teammate Cindy Foresta added for Monroe (10-1). Madison Stanley scored a team-high 17 points for Colonia (6-6).

Hun 46, Pingry 20: Cory Ransom spearheaded the Pingry (4-9) attack with eight points, eight rebounds and four steals.

Westfield
59: A.L. Johnson 36: Lillian Scott had 20 points, five rebounds, five assists and six steals to lead Westfield (13-0). Carly Friedman added four points, 13 rebounds and three blocks.

East Brunswick 42, Edison 38: Dayna Sclafani scored a team-high 18 points for East Brunswick (8-2) while teammate Allie Warren added 10 points. Edison dropped to 2-9 with the loss.

North Brunswick 37, New Brunswick 33: Tatum Altman (13 points) and Kyra Fox (12 points) both contributed double-figure scoring performances for North Brunswick (6-5). New Brunswick drops to 1-10.

Ridge 46, Hillsborough 41: Sam Mahon dropped 23 points for Ridge, helping the Red Devils improve to 9-4. Megan Muller led Hillsborough (2-10) with 17 points.

Bridgewater-Raritan 58, Immaculata 30: Mary Kronenwetter dropped in 16 points, while Julia Venturelli added 12 and Eunice Abogado chipped in 11 and Bridgewater-Raritan (8-4) snapped a three-game losing streak. Kaitlyn Roberto scored 12 points to pace Immaculata (3-9).

New Providence 37, Union Catholic 23: Sydney Morang filled up the stat sheet for New Providence (8-4) scoring 29 points, grabbing eight rebounds and collecting five steals. Taylor Gardner led Union Catholic (5-8) with eight points and six rebounds while teammate Janya Henderson added seven points.

South Hunterdon 62, Mount St. Mary 49: Lauren McBride had 20 points for South Hunterdon and teammate Ally Baggit had 11 points. Kristen Davis had 16 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocks for Mount St. Mary.

Bound Brook 51, Manville 19: Janeea’ Summers had 18 points and 20 rebounds for Bound Brook (7-4). Manville drops to 0-9.

South Brunswick 59, Woodbridge 58: Taylor Brantley led South Brunswick with 20 points and teammate Amber Brown added 14 points. Woodbridge was led by Brielle Bannister’s 24 points.

Plainfield
73, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 57: Drew Winter (33 points) and Breana Spencer (26 points) carried the load offensively for Plainfield (8-5). Scotch Plains-Fanwood drops to 3-9.

North Hunterdon 49, Somerville 35: Carolyn Giordano posted 12 points, while Megan Conner added 10 points to power North Hunterdon (7-3). Nyasia Thomas scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Angelica Borja added 11 points for Somerville (1-10).

Hunterdon Central 56, Watchung Hills 44: Carli Wilson was Hunterdon Central’s top scorer tallying 22 points en route to the victory. Michelle Lalor added 11 points. Remy Borinsky dropped a team-high 19 points for Watchung Hills.

Governor Livingston 53, Linden 43: Courtney Osieja scored 14 points and Jenny Pires and Lauren Soranno each added nine as Governor Livingston erased a five-point halftime deficit and improved to 8-6.

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