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Boys Basketball: Results, photos, coverage, and links for Thursday, Jan. 26

THURSDAY JAN. 26FEATURED GAMESFair Lawn 47, Rutherford 45Burlington City 63, Florence 61Paul VI 66, Bishop Eustace 34Elizabeth 38, Linden 35Williamstown 68, Timber Creek 53COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARDTOP 20 SCOREBOARDSTATEWIDE SCHEDULEThursday, Jan. 26St. Mary (Ruth.) 67, Leonia 61 - Box Score...

THURSDAY JAN. 26

FEATURED GAMES

Fair Lawn 47, Rutherford 45

Burlington City 63, Florence 61

Paul VI 66, Bishop Eustace 34

Elizabeth 38, Linden 35

Williamstown 68, Timber Creek 53

COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCHEDULE

Thursday, Jan. 26

St. Mary (Ruth.) 67, Leonia 61 - Box Score

BCSL

BIG NORTH

St. Joseph (Mont.) 52, Wayne Valley 49 - Box Score

Hudson Catholic 56, Paramus Catholic 55 - Box Score

COLONIAL

Sterling 58, West Deptford 52 - Box Score

CVC

GMC

Newark East Side 98, Piscataway 94 - Box Score

Carteret 56, Central Jersey College Charter 18 - Box Score

South Plainfield 54, Woodbridge 38 - Box Score

Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) 44, Piscataway Magnet 37 - Box Score

Old Bridge 50, J.P. Stevens 43 - Box Score

Colonia 60, East Brunswick 47 - Box Score

North Brunswick 76, Edison 54 - Box Score

South Brunswick 84, Perth Amboy 47 - Box Score

Seton Hall Prep 70, St. Joseph (Met.) 60 - Box Score

Sayreville 49, New Brunswick 47 - Box Score

HCIAL

Hoboken 68, University Charter 18 - Box Score

Hudson Catholic 56, Paramus Catholic 55 - Box Score

NJAC

Wallkill Valley 56, Lakeland 55 - Box Score

Morris Knolls 47, Mountain Lakes 45 - Box Score

Morris Hills 55, Bernards 40 - Box Score

Morris Catholic 61, Hanover Park 56 - Box Score

NJIC

Midland Park 58, Palisades Park 13 - Box Score

Butler 51, Morris Tech 23 - Box Score

North Arlington 59, Wallington 34 - Box Score

Cliffside Park 65, Ridgefield 59 - Box Score

East Orange 41, Saddle River Day 39 - Box Score

OLYMPIC

Eastern 51, Cherry Hill East 47 - Box Score

Seneca 79, Camden Tech 36 - Box Score

Camden 86, Camden Catholic 50 - Box Score

SEC

Newark East Side 98, Piscataway 94 - Box Score

Weequahic 75, People's Prep 40 - Box Score

Newark Lab 55, Thomas Edison Energy Charter 18 - Box Score

Seton Hall Prep 70, St. Joseph (Met.) 60 - Box Score

SHORE

Freehold Township 62, Manalapan 36 - Box Score

Raritan 49, Freehold Borough 33 - Box Score

Shore 54, Monmouth 45 - Box Score

St. Rose 67, Ranney 53 - Box Score

Colts Neck 66, Middletown North 38 - Box Score

Keyport 63, Academy for Urban Leadership Charter 39 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Beach 72, Toms River South 56 - Box Score

Brick Memorial 53, Manchester Township 41 - Box Score

Middletown South 62, Red Bank Regional 59 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Boro 64, Wall 42 - Box Score

Red Bank Catholic 64, Rumson-Fair Haven 56 - Box Score

SKYLAND

Pingry 63, North Hunterdon 57 - Box Score

Montgomery 63, Phillipsburg 48 - Box Score

Franklin 77, Hunterdon Central 63 - Box Score

Morris Hills 55, Bernards 40 - Box Score

Rutgers Prep 90, Bridgewater-Raritan 49 - Box Score

Hillsborough 63, Immaculata 59 - Box Score

Delaware Valley 46, Manville 41 - Box Score

Bound Brook 76, Somerville 56 - Box Score

South Hunterdon 88, Belvidere 27 - Box Score

Voorhees 51, Warren Hills 41 - Box Score

TRI-COUNTY

Gloucester Tech 42, Highland 39 - Box Score

Washington Township 58, Cumberland 46 - Box Score

Penns Grove 57, Gloucester Catholic 48 - Box Score

Williamstown 68, Timber Creek 53 - Box Score

UCC

Westfield 68, Plainfield 46 - Box Score

New Providence 63, Roselle Park 51 - Box Score

Rahway 41, Summit 36 - Box Score

Dayton 54, Johnson 50 - Box Score

Independent

Bard 49, College Achieve Paterson 48 - Box Score

Weequahic 75, People's Prep 40 - Box Score

Newark Lab 55, Thomas Edison Energy Charter 18 - Box Score

Koinonia 38, College Achieve Central 24 - Box Score

Veritas Christian 58, Trinity Christian 31 - Box Score

Life Center 64, Solebury (PA) 58 - Box Score

Carteret 56, Central Jersey College Charter 18 - Box Score

Passaic 58, Newark Vocational 53 - Box Score

Keyport 63, Academy for Urban Leadership Charter 39 - Box Score

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Essex County Girls Basketball Tournament, Third preliminary round recap

Emily Baumgard made five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 17 points as 12th-seeded Verona rallied from 10 down with five minutes left to defeat 21st-seeded Newark Collegiate, 39-35, in the third preliminary round of the Essex County Tournament in Verona.Sabine Matta scored 11 points and Cali Giacomazza added 10 for Verona (13-3), which closed the game on a 16-4 run and advances to play fifth-seeded Columbia in the first round on Saturday at 11 a.m.Aneyah McLamb and Syann Hightower had 10 points apiece for Newark Collegi...

Emily Baumgard made five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 17 points as 12th-seeded Verona rallied from 10 down with five minutes left to defeat 21st-seeded Newark Collegiate, 39-35, in the third preliminary round of the Essex County Tournament in Verona.

Sabine Matta scored 11 points and Cali Giacomazza added 10 for Verona (13-3), which closed the game on a 16-4 run and advances to play fifth-seeded Columbia in the first round on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Aneyah McLamb and Syann Hightower had 10 points apiece for Newark Collegiate (10-5).

Cedar Grove 42, Newark East Side 33

Lauren Rizzolo’s 15 points and seven rebounds lifted 15th-seeded Cedar Grove to a 42-33 victory over 18th-seeded Newark East Side in Cedar Grove.

Kaitlyn Wolff added eight points and four rebounds for Cedar Grove (4-11), which jumped out to a 15-4 first quarter lead and never looked back. Cedar Grove plays second-seeded University in the first round on Saturday.

Kahmiyah Napier had 14 points, 10 rebounds and four assists for Newark East Side (7-9) and Mariah Charles added 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Glen Ridge 44, Montclair Kimberley 30

Riley O’Sullivan scored 17 points as ninth-seeded Glen Ridge defeated 24th-seeded Montclair Kimberley in Glen Ridge.

Savannah Steele added 10 points for Glen Ridge (17-0), which raced out to a 17-6 first quarter lead. Glen Ridge plays eighth-seeded Caldwell in the first round on Saturday.

Montclair Kimberley falls to 4-10.

Payne Tech 49, Livingston 33

Kayla Butler’s 26 points, six steals and five rebounds fueled 16th-seeded Payne Tech to a 49-33 victory over 17th-seeded Livingston in Newark.

Jordan Owens added 14 points, four rebounds and three steals for Payne Tech (8-9), winners of three straight games. Payne Tech plays top-seeded and defending champion Montclair Immaculate in the first round on Saturday.

Livingston falls to 3-12.

Bloomfield 63, North Star Academy 42

Gabrielle Kot’s 17 points powered 13th-seeded Bloomfield to a 63-42 victory over 20th-seeded North Star Academy in Bloomfield.

Ava Barker had nine points and Maya Mickens added eight for Bloomfield (8-8), which led 33-17 at halftime. Bloomfield plays fourth-seeded Newark Academy in the first round on Saturday.

North Star Academy falls to 11-5 on the season.

Millburn 59, Newark Lab 22

Damiya Graham made four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 20 points as 11th-seeded Millburn rolled to a 59-22 victory over 22nd-seeded Newark Lab in Millburn.

Hannah Kaplan added 12 points for Millburn (13-4), which snapped a two-game skid after previous winning nine in a row. Millburn plays sixth-seeded West Essex in the first round on Saturday.

Newark Lab (12-4) had won seven straight games.

Mount St. Dominic 51, Belleville 9

Maddie Natale’s 12 points, five assists and three steals lifted 10th-seeded Mount St. Dominic to a 51-9 victory over 23rd-seeded Belleville in Caldwell.

Gianna Stern had nine points with four steals and Lorelei Middleton added eight points and five rebounds for Mount St. Dominic (6-9), which jumped out to a 24-2 first quarter lead. Mount St. Dominic plays seventh-seeded Newark Central in the first round on Saturday.

Belleville falls to 10-3.

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Wrestling: Results, recaps, photos, coverage and links for Wednesday, Jan. 25

ESSENTIALSVIDEO COVERAGEFEATURED COVERAGERegular seasonNo. 3 St. Joseph (Mont.) 34, No. 2 Bergen Catholic 21No. 1 Delbarton 48, No. 5 Southern 12Camden Catholic 43, No. 18 Seneca 27Passaic Tech 36, Clifton 30High Point 42, Morris Knolls 18Gov. Livingston 37, Westfield 28No. 9 Phillipsburg at No. 13 Hunterdon Central, PPD to TBAEssex County Tournament at Codey ArenaPrelim...

ESSENTIALS

VIDEO COVERAGE

FEATURED COVERAGE

Regular season

No. 3 St. Joseph (Mont.) 34, No. 2 Bergen Catholic 21

No. 1 Delbarton 48, No. 5 Southern 12

Camden Catholic 43, No. 18 Seneca 27

Passaic Tech 36, Clifton 30

High Point 42, Morris Knolls 18

Gov. Livingston 37, Westfield 28

No. 9 Phillipsburg at No. 13 Hunterdon Central, PPD to TBA

Essex County Tournament at Codey Arena

Preliminaries & Quarterfinals

NJIC Team Tournament Semifinals

Emerson/Park Ridge 42, Rutherford 28

New Milford (7-3) at Butler (14-3), ppd. until Jan. 31

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD

Wednesday, Jan. 25

BCSL

Burlington Township 39, Westampton Tech 27 - Box Score

BIG NORTH

Pascack Hills 70, Indian Hills 9 - Box Score

St. Peter's Prep 48, Don Bosco Prep 13 - Box Score

St. Joseph (Mont.) 34, Bergen Catholic 21 - Box Score

CAPE-ATLANTIC

Washington Township 48, Absegami 25 - Box Score

COLONIAL

Paulsboro 66, Haddon Heights 9 - Box Score

West Deptford 34, Gateway 31 - Box Score

CVC

Point Pleasant Beach 69, WW-Plainsboro South 6 - Box Score

Princeton 61, WW-Plainsboro North 12 - Box Score

GMC

South Brunswick 51, South River 30 - Box Score

New Brunswick 48, Spotswood 30 - Box Score

St. Joseph (Met.) 63, St. Thomas Aquinas 7 - Box Score

Woodbridge 60, J.P. Stevens 16 - Box Score

NJAC

Mountain Lakes 46, Whippany Park 30 - Box Score

NJIC

Garfield 57, Paterson Eastside 24 - Box Score

Pompton Lakes 66, Paterson Kennedy 12 - Box Score

OLYMPIC

Rancocas Valley 36, Cinnaminson 31 - Box Score

Camden Catholic 43, Seneca 27 - Box Score

SHORE

Ocean Township 52, Dumont 24 - Box Score

Holmdel 55, Keyport 24 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Beach 69, WW-Plainsboro South 6 - Box Score

Colts Neck 47, Matawan 36 - Box Score

Middletown South 70, Marlboro 3 - Box Score

Christian Brothers 63, Freehold Township 10 - Box Score

Long Branch 58, Manasquan 15 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Boro 45, Donovan Catholic 22 - Box Score

Howell 40, Freehold Borough 34 - Box Score

St. John Vianney 53, Rumson-Fair Haven 18 - Box Score

Pinelands 40, Lakewood 39 - Box Score

Raritan 40, Red Bank Catholic 30 - Box Score

Brick Township 36, Central Regional 30 - Box Score

Jackson Memorial 42, Jackson Liberty 16 - Box Score

Middletown North 54, Red Bank Regional 21 - Box Score

Delbarton 48, Southern 12 - Box Score

Toms River South 57, Toms River North 9 - Box Score

Brick Memorial 44, Toms River East 27 - Box Score

SKYLAND

Manville 61, Bound Brook 15 - Box Score

TRI-COUNTY

Lower Cape May 57, Schalick 23 - Box Score

Timber Creek 38, Deptford 36 - Box Score

Delsea 72, Clearview 0 - Box Score

Washington Township 48, Absegami 25 - Box Score

UCC

Gov. Livingston 37, Westfield 28 - Box Score

Independent

Madison 42, Kearny 39 - Box Score

St. Peter's Prep 48, Don Bosco Prep 13 - Box Score

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Wrestling: Emerson/Park Ridge tops Rutherford - NJIC semifinal (PHOTOS)

The Emerson/Park Ridge boys’ wrestling side usually has one of their own step up in each match that pushes them to victory. On Wednesday, it was a collective effort as Emerson/Park Ridge stopped Rutherford’s five-game win streak with a 42-28 victory in the NJIC Team Tournament semifinals in Rutherford.Emerson/Park Ridge will move on to the final where they will meet either Butler or New Milford, with their semifinal being pushed to Jan. 31.Emerson/Park Ridge (10-5) has suffered five losses in its last nine duals aft...

The Emerson/Park Ridge boys’ wrestling side usually has one of their own step up in each match that pushes them to victory. On Wednesday, it was a collective effort as Emerson/Park Ridge stopped Rutherford’s five-game win streak with a 42-28 victory in the NJIC Team Tournament semifinals in Rutherford.

Emerson/Park Ridge will move on to the final where they will meet either Butler or New Milford, with their semifinal being pushed to Jan. 31.

Emerson/Park Ridge (10-5) has suffered five losses in its last nine duals after starting off the campaign with six straight wins. However, assistant coach Ricky Eichenlaub said his athletes never concede and fight to the last possibility, which is what he and Coach Joe Mazzeo ask for on a weekly basis.

“The big thing for all of us is that we preach effort,” Eichenlaub said, following Wednesday’s win. “As long as they fight, and it doesn’t matter who we face, we’re happy with that.”

Eichenlaub commended some of the first-year athletes as he reflected on the season, specifically freshman Nate Shannon (106), who walked away with a pin as well as Carlos Rivera.

“They’ve done what we’ve asked of them all season,” he said.

Juniors Luke MacFie and Jacob Shannon also came up big on Wednesday, bumping up with big pins for the win.

“We knew it was going to be a close one,” Eichenlaub added. “The boys made a couple of moves, fought hard and got the results.”

Senior Jake Farrington (113) and Louden Mazzeo (144) won by pins, respectively, and junior Charles O’Donovan also played a pivotal part for Emerson/Park Ridge.

“O’Dono came up big for us tonight,” Eichenlaub said. “We did well at counties this weekend and that continued. We’re looking forward to the final.”

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No. 5 Huskies to Host Butler in Gampel Saturday

STORRS, Conn. – The fifth-ranked UConn women's basketball team (16-2, 9-0 BIG EAST) hosts Butler (7-12, 2-8) in Gampel Pavilion on Saturday at noon. The game will air on SNY and the UConn Sports Network (97-9 ESPN).Saturday is UConn's Pride Game. The team will wear Pride warmups and UConn's Rainbow Center will have pamphlets, bracelets and rainbow headbands to giveaway.UConn's game vs. DePaul, originally scheduled for Jan. 8, has been rescheduled to Monday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. in Gampel Pavilion. Patrons wi...

STORRS, Conn. – The fifth-ranked UConn women's basketball team (16-2, 9-0 BIG EAST) hosts Butler (7-12, 2-8) in Gampel Pavilion on Saturday at noon. The game will air on SNY and the UConn Sports Network (97-9 ESPN).

Saturday is UConn's Pride Game. The team will wear Pride warmups and UConn's Rainbow Center will have pamphlets, bracelets and rainbow headbands to giveaway.

UConn's game vs. DePaul, originally scheduled for Jan. 8, has been rescheduled to Monday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. in Gampel Pavilion. Patrons with tickets and parking passes to the original game will be able to use them on the makeup date.

Despite having just seven players available, UConn routed Seton Hall, 103-58, on Tuesday. Graduate student Dorka Juhász had 22 points and 11 rebounds while junior Aaliyah Edwards has 21 points and 11 rebounds. Redshirt junior Aubrey Griffin scored 22 points at Seton Hall. Junior Nika Mühl notched 13 assists for her seventh double-digit assist game of the season.

Sophomore Amari DeBerry broke out for career highs with 13 points and eight rebounds. The Huskies reached the 100-point threshold for the first time since the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

UConn is 4-0 all-time vs. Butler. The teams met on Jan. 3 in Indianapolis, an 80-47 win for the Huskies. Junior Aaliyah Edwards led UConn with 20 points and nine rebounds.

Butler fell to Providence, 74-66, on Wednesday. Caroline Strande led the Bulldogs with 18 points and six rebounds in the game. This season, Rachel McLimore leads Butler with 11.1 points per game. Head coach Austin Parkinson is in his first season at Butler. The Bulldogs, who had one win in 2021-22, have seven wins so far this season.

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