Freshman Onoseta Ufuah rejected a last-second shot to seal South Brunswick' in over Bishop Ahr; Sayreville overcomes sluggish start to storm past Piscataway
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Sayreville's Morenike Akinrefon scored 15 of her 17 points in the second half to lead Sayreville's comeback charge over Bishop Ahr.
Junior Nicole Johnson, sophomore Alyssa Bondi and freshman Brianna Sliwinski powered undefeated East Brunswick past Old Bridge, 51-48. Catch the highlights, plus scored and recaps from Tuesday night action
2016 All-Metro Honorable Mention QUARTERBACKS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON Cardinal Hayes (NYC), 6-1, 180 MICHAEL APOSTOLOPOULOS Iona Prep (NY), 6-2, 200 QUINCY BARNES (Junior) Curtis (NYC), 6-0, 180 TOMMY DEVITO Don Bosco Prep (NJ), 6-2, 195, committed to Syracuse DAVID ESTEVEZ (Junior) River Dell (NJ),
Trailing by 10 in the opening quarter, No. 10 Franklin found its rhythm behind a refined defense and rode 22 points from sophomore Diamond Miller to rally past Hunterdon Central, 49-37
Demarest leans on Press button; freshmen make notable intros; Farrell double-double lifts Metuchen; one of Rutgers Prep's best qualities evident
Senior forward Jillian Vassallo deposited a pair of goals in the second half to spark second-seeded Bishop Ahr to a 2-1 triumph over 10th-seeded Wardlaw-Hartridge in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament quarterfinals
Fueled by explosive senior striker Jillian Vassallo, Bishop Ahr looks to regain the groove that earned it the 2013 Non-PUblic A state title.
Favorite, contenders, sleepers, players to watch and sectional champion predictions for Non-Public A
Montclair, Hopewell Valley, West Morris, Ramapo and Kinnelon all move up while Hunterdon Central, Watchung Hills and East Brunswick move in