Allie Deneberg drained three 3-pointers, and was one assist shy of recording a double-double for Glen Rock, as she finished with 11 points and nine assists. A 26-point, eight-rebound performance from Kelly Lohr helped push Glen Rock to a 53-36 home win over Lodi in Glen Rock. Glen Rock's offense went to work early, as the team outscored Lodi 13-5 in the first quarter. Lodi cut the lead to six by halftime, but a 15-7 run by Glen Rock in the third quarter gave the home team the
Sam Haubner scored 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Mahwah defeated Dumont, 49-33, in Mahwah. Teammates Sara Grunblatt scored 13 points and Kayla Devine scored eight points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had three blocks. Sara Skeith made five 3-pointers, scoring 20 points, and teammate Ariana Pena chipped in with nine points for Dumont.
Julianna Kascic finished with 15 points and six rebounds to lead Paramus Catholic to a 56-43 win over Tenafly in Tenafly. Paramus Catholic jumped out to a seven-point lead in the first quarter, then extended it in the second to take a 32-17 lead at the half. Jordan Hill collected 13 points, seven rebounds and four blocks for Paramus Catholic. Jalynn Felton added five points, 10 rebounds and four blocks, and Elisha Cross scored nine points. Aria Myers finished with seven point
That blank spot on the girls basketball banner hanging in the Indian Hills gym is like a hole in Angela Saric’s heart. The junior forward says seeing the banner - without a league, county or state title to boast of - each time the Braves walk into the gym has served as a powerful motivating force. The quest to put a title on the banner pushed The Record Female Athlete of the Week to three brilliant performances last week. She had 25 points in the Braves’ 58-42 win over Lakela
Without access to the results of every girls basketball played between district rivals Indian Hills and Ramapo over the last couple of decades, pinning down exactly how long a particular streak had been intact. What we do know is that Indian Hills had never beaten a Ramapo team coached by Sandy Gordon, who took over the program in 2007, and Indian Hills head coach Julie Haledjian estimated that it was probably much longer. “I don’t know for sure, but it could be 30 years,” sa
Eleanor Alix scored 10 points to lead a balanced scoring attack as Kent Place defeated Roselle 37-16, in Summit. Teammate Maggie Russell added eight points and Abby Jonathan chipped in with six points and grabbing 12 rebounds. Kent place lead Roselle 19-7 after the half.
No. 15 Holy Angels 48, No. 13 Paramus Catholic 46: Colby DeBellis drained a big three-pointer that helped tilt the game in Holy Angels’ favor. Elena Pulanco made two late free throws with the game tied at 46 to push the Angels to the win. Pulanco finished with 21 points, while Liz Garcia added 14.
Kyara Cowan scored 18 points and seven rebounds, as Hackensack fell to St. Joseph Hill (N.Y.), 61-60, in round-robin play at the Marist Holiday Challenge. Caleigh Golabek scored 18 points to go along with 11 rebounds, while Soleil Martinez picked up 10 rebounds. Natalie Patterson finished with five rebounds, while Martinez and Allison Bryan each dished out four assists.