Rutgers Prep leads the field heading into the final week of the girls basketball season and earns top seed for upcoming Tournament of Champions
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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
Manasquan rides late-game heroics from Dara Mabrey to cement hold on No. 2; No. 8 Franklin picks up impressive win; Allen double-double machine for No. 14 Neptune and undefeated Marist debuts
Sayreville's Morenike Akinrefon scored 15 of her 17 points in the second half to lead Sayreville's comeback charge over Bishop Ahr.
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.
Freshman Onoseta Ufuah rejected a last-second shot to seal South Brunswick' in over Bishop Ahr; Sayreville overcomes sluggish start to storm past Piscataway
Resilient Rutgers Prep rebounds from the loss to an injured standout and rallies past Patrick School to maintain grip on No. 1; Neptune debuts on heels of biggest win of season
Miller sparkles to steer Franklin to Group 4 title; Smith, Dunkel shine in clutch to lift Pascack Valley in Group 2
Rutgers Prep tightens clench on No. 1; St. Rose, St. John Vianney, Saddle River Day, Newark Tech and Neptune make moves
Reaping the benefits of its smothering 1-2-2 press, Sayreville roared to a 77-37 victory over East Brunswick, plus scores and recaps from Tuesday