Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup

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South River 45, Woodbridge Academy 16: Alyssa Barry scored nine points and added five assists as South River remained unbeaten. Jessica Schmidt chipped in six points for the Rams (6-0). Kiara Rodriguez led all scorers with 10 points for Woodbridge Academy (1-2).

Cardinal McCarrick 44, Carteret 28: Shannon McCleery’s eight points led Cardinal McCarrick (4-2), which received points from nine different players. Brittany Clayton chipped in seven points for the Eagles. Courtney Hansen scored a game-high 11 points for Carteret (2-4).

South Amboy 68, Perth Amboy Tech 28: Shana Anderson led the way with 15 points to go along with five assists and five steals for South Amboy (3-4). Amanda LaVigne chipped in 14 points, going 8-8 from the free throw line, to go with eight assists and six rebounds. Perth Amboy Tech dropped to 2-3.

Summit 61, Linden 47: Keajah Hall scored 18 points, Kashmyne Cannon chipped in 12 and NahQuasia Robinson added nine points for Linden (1-7).

Dunellen 49, East Brunswick Tech 28: Jackie Von Itter scored 17 points and Rachel Herbig added 10 for Dunellen (4-4). Imani Redman led all scorers with 21 points for East Brunswick Tech (0-5).

Gill St. Bernard’s 58, Springfield Central (Mass.) 45: Trevena Bennett picked up a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds and Taylor Rooks added 15 points and 12 rebounds for Gill St. Bernard’s (7-2) in the Living Hope Festival at Pope John. Jasmine Sina added 13 points and Morgan Rooks chipped in 10 for the Knights.

Phillipsburg 52, North Hunterdon 46: Megan Conner scored 13 points and Alicea Foran chipped in 12 for North Hunterdon (3-3). Allison Lane added 10 points for the Lions, who led 32-24 at halftime, before Phillipsburg mounted a second-half rally.

Colonia 39, J.P. Stevens 18: Amber Tropeano led all scorers with 11 points and Madison Stanley added 10 for Colonia (3-4). The Patriots shutout J.P. Stevens in both the second and third quarters to build an insurmountable lead. Mary Kelly, Laya Paladugu and Molly Yelencsics each scored six points for J.P. Stevens (2-4).

J.F. Kennedy 56, Spotswood 26: Taylor Freeman led the way with 16 points and Rachel Andrejcak added a double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead J.F. Kennedy (6-0). The Mustangs led 22-1 after the first quarter. Mary Beth Barnosky and Caitlyn LeRoy scored six points apiece for Spotswood (3-3).

Mount St. Mary 45, Bound Brook 34: Kristen Davis recorded a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds, while also adding eight steals and five blocks, to lead Mount St. Mary (4-4). Cat Esposito added eight points, seven rebounds and six assists for the Mount Lions, who led 24-14 at halftime. Janeea Stevens had nine points for Bound Brook (4-3).

Metuchen 35, Highland Park 23: Cassie Smith scored 11 points and Liane Cifrodelli added eight for Metuchen (3-4). The Bulldogs got points from eight different players and led 14-5 after one quarter. Rachel Beyer led Highland Park (0-7) with nine points.

Mother Seton 50, Wardlaw-Hartridge 35: Lena Buccigrossi led the way with 14 points and both Nyla Ruiz and Shannan McCarthy scored 10 points to lead Mother Seton (3-2). Jessica Gural scored 12 points for Wardlaw-Hartridge.

St. Rose 47, Franklin 43: Adreana Miller scored a team-high 16 points and added eight rebounds as Franklin (6-1) suffered its first loss of the season. Jaeda Wildgoose added 12 rebounds and Tahirah Scott dished out eight assists for the Warriors.

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