Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup

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Plainfield
59, Governor Livingston 53: Breana Spencer netted 23 points and Drew Winter added 19 as Plainfield improved to 5-3. Asia Hill added 10 points for the Cardinals, who outscored Governor Livingston 22-15 in the fourth quarter. Hayley Berrliner scored 20 points to pace the Highlanders (5-4), while Patrice Ditommasso chipped in 15.

Voorhees 45, Ridge 39: Erin Jones tallied 18 points and 10 rebounds and Voorhees outscored Ridge by nine points during the fourth quarter Thursday to grab a 45-39 Skyland Conference Raritan Division victory in Lebanon Township. Taylor Noll chipped in eight points and seven boards for the Vikings, who improved to 5-2. Monica Schumacher and Sam Mahon each scored 14 points to pace the Red Devils (5-3).

South Plainfield 49, Monroe 42: Kate McLaughlin scored eight of her game-high 18 points during the fourth quarter and South Plainfield rallied to deal Monroe its first setback. Sarah Cargill chipped in 12 points for the Tigers, who improved to 3-3. Erica Junquet scored 12 points to pace the Falcons (6-1).

Immaculata 54, Hillsborough 39: Kristen Reilly scored 15 points and Kaitlyn Roverto added 14 to lead Immaculata to its first conference victory. Alyssa Michalowski chipped in 12 points for the Spartans (2-5), while Kelly Lenkey scored 14 and Amanda Muller hit for 11 for Hillsborough (1-6).

Pingry 19, Mount St. Mary 15: Libby Parsons recorded eight points and seven rebounds as Pingry won its first. Kristen Davis posted six points for Mount St. Mary (4-4).

Woodbridge 71, Old Bridge 57: Gaby Jones scored a game-high 24 points to lead Woodbridge (3-3). Brianna Valdes netted 20 and Brielle Bannister added 15 points for the Barrons. Amanda Carney led Old Bridge (2-5) with 20 points while Taylor Torre added nine points and six assists.

Delaware
Valley 36, Bernards 33: Justine Doran scored 13 points, including what proved to be the game winner late in the fourth quarter, and Delaware Valley improved to 3-3. The Terriers led 27-21 headed into the fourth quarter before Bernards rallied to take a 33-32 lead on a Laura Galli bucket, setting up Doran’s winner. Haley Pilone added 11 points for Del Val, while Caroline Baratta scored 15 points to pace the Mountaineers (3-3).

Bridgewater-Raritan 59, Watchung Hills 43: Julia Venturelli scored 20 points and Sarah Brophy added 16 as Bridgewater-Raritan rolled. Mary Kronenwetter chipped in 14 points for the Panthers (6-1), while Marly Blasja and Megan McFadden each netted nine points to pace Watchung Hills (2-4).

Montgomery
41, Somerville 27: Allison Geary scored 10 points and Cameryn Benz added six points and 15 rebounds as Montgomery won for the second time in three games to improve to 2-5. Bridget Douglas scored eight points and Angelica Borja added seven for Somerville (1-6).

South Hunterdon 53, Manville 19: Rachel Knappenberger posted 13 points and Megan Donnelly added 10 to lead South Hunterdon (5-2). Megan Mack scored 14 points to lead Manville (0-4).

New Providence 50, Dayton 27: Sydney Morang poured in 25 points and yanked down 10 rebounds to power New Providence. Katie Kinum chipped in 12 points for the Pioneers (5-2).

East Brunswick 56, Millburn 38: Allie Warren notched 14 points and 12 rebounds and Dayna Sclafani contributed 13 points and seven assists as East Brunswick improved to 4-1.

Union Catholic 54, Elizabeth 16: Samirah Henderson netted 13 points while Emily Garno and Janya Henderson each added nine to lead Union Catholic (4-4) in the rout.

Westfield
44: Oak Knoll 34: Jacqueline Knapp posted 19 points and five steals and Lillian Scott added 13 points as Westfield improved to 8-0.

Belvidere
59, Bound Brook 45: Janeea Summers posted 24 points and Marianne Riquelleme added seven points for Bound Brook (4-2).

Bishop Ahr 61, North Brunswick 41: A 26-11 third-quarter run helped propel Bishop Ahr to 5-2. North Brunswick fell to 2-4.

Sayreville 61, New Brunswick 31: Tied after one period, the Bombers outscored the Zebras 19-7 in the second quarter and 21-3 in the third to improve to 5-2. New Brunswick is now 0-5.

South Brunswick 44, Edison 39: South Brunswick improved to 4-1. The Eagles fall to 2-3.

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