Girls basketball roundup

Girls basketball roundup

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Monroe 59, North Brunswick 42: Cindy Foresta scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Erica Junquet recorded 11 points, six assists, and six steals as Monroe (5-0) pulled out a commanding 17-4 first quarter lead. Erin Seppi added seven points and 14 rebounds for the Falcons. Kyra Fox led all scorers with 20 points for North Brunswick (2-2) while Kadijah Mathews added 12.

Bridgewater-Raritan 46, Rutgers Prep 39: Julia Venturelli scored 13 points and Sarah Brophy added 11 to pace Bridgewater-Raritan (4-1), which led 18-7 after one quarter but was outscored 27-15 over the second and third quarters as they trailed by one entering the fourth. Allison Girardi led all scorers with 17 points for Rutgers Prep (1-3).

New Providence 35, Union Catholic 30: Sydney Morang and Katie Kinum both scored 11 points each to lead New Providence (3-2). Union Catholic (3-3), which held a 16-15 halftime lead, were led by Donnae Days and Emily Garno with six points apiece.

Franklin 73, Hillsborough 26: Adreana Miller posted nine points and 10 rebounds, while Jaeda Wildgoose paced Franklin with 11 points, and the Warriors improved to 5-0. Alex Jackson and Mary Trossi also scored nine apiece for Franklin. Allison Wickman led all scorers with 12 points for Hillsborough (1-4).

Hunterdon Central 66, Immaculata 52: Carli Wilson scored 25 points, leading all scorers and helping Hunterdon Central (6-0) preserve its undefeated record. Wilson was one of four Red Devil players to score in double figures. Mackenzie Roden (10 points), Tess Richardson (12 points) and Kristina Benton (10 points) also tallied double digit performances. Immaculata (1-4), which trailed 33-18 at half, was led by Alyssa Michalowski’s 15 points. The Spartans also had four players score in double figures as well. Anna Oliveri dropped 14 while Kristen Reilly and Kaitlyn Roberto contributed 11 points each.

Bishop Ahr 51, J.P. Stevens 24: Lauren Barlow led all scorers with 18 points and Jenna Harsh added 10 to lead Bishop Ahr (3-2). Molly Yelencsics scored nine points for J.P. Stevens (1-3).

South Hunterdon 74, Dunellen 54:Lauren McBride scored 33 points and Rachel Knappenberger added 13 points, as South Hunterdon (3-2) led 29-9 after one quarter and never looked back. Rachel Herbig paced the Destroyers (2-3) with 19 points.

Westfield 65, A.L. Johnson 36: Lillian Scott poured in 28 points and dished out five assists as Westfield stayed undefeated. Jacqueline Knapp added 18 points and seven assists, while Hannah Liddy finished with nine points and nine steals for the Blue Devils (6-0).

Governor Livingston 54, Linden 29: Patrice DiTommaso scored 11 points, including nine in the first half, and Sara Dilly added nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists to power Governor Livingston. Lauren Soranno also hit for nine points for the Highlanders (5-2). NahQuasia Robinson posted 14 points and Zaria Butler added eight for Linden (1-5).

Montgomery 47, Warren Hills 45: Cameryn Benz netted 11 points and Dana Schultes finished with 10 points as Montgomery rallied to force overtime and won it in the extra session. Corinne Santarpia and Zojajha Ayub each chipped in nine points for the Cougars (1-4), while Alecia Cunniff chimed in with eight in the victory.

Ridge 51, Somerville 38: Monica Schumacher posted 18 points and Sam Mahon netted 16 points to lead Ridge (4-2), which led 17-10 after one quarter. Nyasia Thomas scored 16 points and Melody Van Ness chipped in 10 points for Somerville (1-4).

Belvidere 51, Mount St. Mary 44: Senior Kristen Davis tallied 21 points, five blocks and seven rebounds, and Mary Ziemba added 14 rebounds, but Mount St. Mary fell to 2-3.

West Morris Central 66, Voorhees 55: Erin Jones went for 16 points and six rebounds and Allie Best added 15 points and six steals, but Voorhees fell to 3-2.

Phillipsburg 62, Delaware Valley 44: Justine Doran scored 26 points and Haley Pilone added 10, but Delaware Valley fell to 2-2.

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