J.F. Kennedy 59, Metuchen 54: Taylor Freeman scored 16 points, Rachel Andrejcak added 15 and Jolie Tang chipped in 12 for J.F. Kennedy (5-0). The Mustangs used a 19-5 second quarter run to erase an early 17-12 deficit and remain unbeaten. Cassie Smith scored 32 points and added 10 rebounds for Metuchen (2-4).
Middlesex 75, Wardlaw-Hartridge 27: Tori Schweyher led all scorers with 17 points as Middlesex (4-2) rolled. Rosalina Guarino chipped in 12 points for the Blue Jays, who out-scored the Rams 34-7 in the second half, and had 10 different players score. Jessica Gural scored 15 points for Wardlaw-Hartridge (1-5), which was playing without its two leading scorers in Taylor Gerhart and Camille Menns.
Carteret 55, Highland Park 45: Courtney Hansen scored 14 points and Prabjit Hundal added 12 for Carteret (2-3). The Ramblers jumped out to a 17-3 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Stephanie Chen chipped in 10 points for Carteret. Rachel Beyer led the way for Highland Park (0-6) with a game-high 25 points.
South River 46, Dunellen 34: Gabrielle Harris poured in a game-high 22 points and Alyssa Andrejic filled the stat-sheet with five points, 14 rebounds and eight assists as South River stayed unbeaten at 5-0. Rachel Herbig led Dunellen (3-4) with eight points.
South Amboy 76, East Brunswick Tech 28: Amanda LaVigne narrowly missed a double-double with 20 points and nine assists and Shana Anderson added 15 points and 15 assists for South Amboy (2-4). Beth Noble chipped in 13 points for the Governors. Jodie Janas and Imani Redman each scored 13 for East Brunswick Tech (0-4).
Spotswood 40, Cardinal McCarrick 23: Ashley Pina scored 11 points and Grace Mehr added nine for Spotswood (3-2). The Chargers finished the game on an 11-2 run to put it out of reach. Lauryn Materowski scored 10 points for Cardinal McCarrick (3-2).
Piscataway Tech 35, Perth Amboy Tech 13: Jasmin Patterson led the way with seven points and Jennifer Lopez chipped in four for Piscataway Tech (3-2). Perth Amboy Tech is 1-3.
Timothy Christian 47, Woodbridge Academy 15: Natasha Audain and Michaela Csorny each scored 10 points and Elena DiLeo chipped in eight for Timothy Christian (4-3). Kiara Rodriquez scored 13 points for Woodbridge Academy (1-1).