Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup


Girls basketball roundup


Gill St. Bernard’s 74, Bridgewater-Raritan 62: Taylor Rooks dropped 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Trevena Bennett tossed 22 points and 13 boards into the mix and Gill St. Bernard’s won its ninth straight. Samantha Kramer added 17 points for the Knights (12-2), who also got seven rebounds and 12 assists from Jasmine Sina. Mary Kronenwetter paced Bridgewater-Raritan with 18 points, while Eunice Abogado (15), Julia Venturelli (14) and Sarah Brophy (11) all broke the double-digit mark for the Panthers (9-5).

Bernards 52, Mount St. Mary 44: Sarah Ryan scored 18 points to lead Bernards (7-6). Kristen Davis scored 18 points, adding 11 rebounds and 11 blocks for Mount St. Mary (5-8).

Bound Brook 74, Princeton Day 17: Freshman Janeea Summers posted 23 points, six steals and 13 rebounds as Bound Brook rolled to its fifth straight. Kara Smiegocki added 17 points and five boards for the Crusaders (9-4), while Jordan McDuffie’s 11 points and 10 from Marianne Riquelme aided the winning cause.

Lawrenceville 59, Rutgers Prep 44: Olivia Dabney scored 17 points, but Rutgers Prep fell behind 20-9 after one quarter and 37-21 by halftime and couldn’t recover. The Argonauts are 5-5.

East Brunswick 45, Perth Amboy 29: Dayna Sclafani netted 13 points and Allie Warren added nine for East Brunswick. Samantha Nunez and Desirae Rivera each scored nine for the Perth Amboy.

Piscataway 58, Edison 25: Kendrea Williams scored 16 points and Wande Adeyamo added 10 points and five rebounds to power Piscataway (9-3). Marisa Daniels scored 12 points to lead Edison (3-10).

Delaware Valley 65, Manville 27: Justin Doran scored 12 points and Natalie Calcavecchio added nine to help guide Delaware Valley (9-3). Megan Mack tallied 13 points for Manville (1-10).

Monroe 58, North Brunswick 36: Erica Junquet scored 17 points and Demi Rousseau added 10 points and five assists to power Monroe. Cindy Foresta chipped in nine points and 12 rebounds for the Falcons (11-2). North Brunswick is 5-7.

Belvidere 58, North Plainfield 41: Frankie Cherasaro scored 11 points to pace North Plainfield (2-9).

Westfield 48, Oak Knoll 34: Lillian Scott posted 17 points and five steals, while Jacqueline Knapp added 14 points and Westfield stayed undefeated. Carly Friedman pulled down 10 rebounds for the Blue Devils, who improved to 15-0.

Franklin 60, Hillsborough 39: Adreana Miller posted 23 points and Mary Trossi added 12 to lead Franklin (10-2). Kelly Lenkey netted 12 points for Hillsborough (2-11).

North Hunterdon 51, Voorhees 36: Allison Lane and Hailey Stine scored 12 points apiece to send North Hunterdon. Carolyn Giordano added eight points for the Lions (9-3). Erin Jones netted 13 points for Voorhees (5-8).

Sayreville 44, Colonia 40: Jackie Rodriguez netted 21 points and Amanda Quintero added 10 points for Sayreville (10-5). Kristen Wright scored 15 points to pace Colonia (6-8).

Hunterdon Central 46, Immaculata 21: Carli Wilson scored 15 points and Kristina Benton added 11 to fuel Hunterdon Central (10-3). Kristen Reilly scored nine points to pace Immaculata (3-7).

South Hunterdon 46, Pingry 41: Chelsea O’Neal posted 13 points and Aly Baggitt added 11 to lead South Hunterdon (11-2). Cory Ransom netted 15 points and Annelise Kinney chipped in eight for Pingry (4-10).

South Plainfield 38, New Brunswick 37: Sarah Cargill buried a go-ahead 3-pointer with less than two minutes to go and South Plainfield held on for the road victory. Cargill finished with 13 points for the Tigers (10-5), while Destiny Betts scored 14 points to lead New Brunswick.

Ridge 48, Somerville 45: Monica Schumacher poured in 22 points and Sam Mahon added 17 to lead Ridge (10-6). Melody Van Ness scored 14 points and Angelica Borja chipped in nine points for Somerville (1-12).

New Providence 49, Dayton 32: Sydney Morang posted 26 points, 12 rebounds and six steals to lead New Providence. Katine Kinum chipped in 13 points and five boards for the Pioneers (10-4).

Union 59, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 31: Kara Foley scored eight points to pace Scotch Plains-Fanwood (4-10).


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