The Chiefs, No. 18 in the Tri-State Top 25, committed three turnovers and numerous penalties in the opening half, but rallied behind Juwon Jackson and their defense in the final 24 minutes for a 12-6 victory Friday in Sayreville
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Piscataway defeats Sayreville 12-6 during football action
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Senior guard Isi Enahoro pumped in a game-high 23 points, topped a marauding defense that induced 34 turnovers and hit a timely, energizing 3-pointer that drove top-seeded Sayreville past stubborn third-seeded South Brunswick, 59-52, for its first GMC Tournament title
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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
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),
Sophomore Diamond Miller turned in a performance that captured her game-altering diversity and senior forward Monique Davis-Campbell was an economical force inside to lead Franklin to a 68-36 victory over Sayreville and its second NJSIAA Group 4 corwn in three years.