No. 4 Midland Park (20-5) at No. 3 New Milford (24-4), 6 p.m. Story line: Midland Park’s always a tough team to stop, though. The Panthers are solid at both ends of the floor, and senior forward Thalia Ghalam is one of North Jersey’s best all-around players. She’s averaging 13.2 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.8 three steals per game.
The Wagner women's basketball team overcame a 14-point first-half deficit to take a seven-point third-quarter lead before LIU Brooklyn rallied for a 71-66 win
Freshman guard Julia McClure (Secaucus, NJ/Secaucus), in the first start of her career, continued her fine form of late, hitting for 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting, including a 3-of-5 effort from beyond the arc.
Trailing by seven after three periods, the ninth-seeded Mounties staged an incredible fourth-quarter performance, outscoring the No. 8 Cutters 17-4, thanks to eight points from junior Alisa Wiggins and seven from freshman Bianca Fede. Fede spearheaded the fourth-quarter comeback by kicking off the fourth quarter with a deep three before posting five of the next seven points, including the game-tying inside jumper. "Bianca [is extremely gutsy]," Palek said. "She wants the ball
Sam Haubner posted a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds while Casey Doran netted 14 as the Thunderbirds (22-5) overcame a 20-4 deficit in the first quarter to notch their 15th consecutive win. Kayla Devine contributed nine points and six rebounds. Kelly Insalco led all scorers with 28 for Kittatinny, which led, 28-23, at the half 7-Mahwah 58, 10-Kittatinny 52