With just a over a week left in the season, our crew has highlights from top games all over the state.

West Morris 83 Randolph 56 | Boys

West Morris (11-0) remains undefeated following a dominating 83-56 win over Randolph (2-2). The Wolfpack led 38-15 at halftime thanks to a big first half from Ethan Stoute and Anthony Amador, who ended the evening with 16 points each. West Morris would extend their lead to 32 points in the third quarter. Fairfield University commit Christian Cevis added six points and 17 assists. 

JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: 

Ramapo 50 Hackensack 31 | Girls

Junior Madison Schiller came into the game with 999 career points and eventually crossed the 1,000 career point threshold with a layup under the hoop near the end of the first quarter. Schiller poured in a team-high 15 points as the Raiders improved to an impressive 11-0 on the season.

JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Franklin Lakes:

Cherokee 49 Haddonfield 27 | Girls

Alexa Therien delivered once again on Senior Night, leading the Chiefs to victory over the previously undefeated Haddons. The Boston University commit scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Gabby Recinto added 11 points in the win for Cherokee (8-1). Loyola-Maryland commit Keegan Douglas scored a team-high 13 points for Haddonfield (9-1) in the loss.

JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights:

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Red Bank Regional 56 Long Branch 35 | Girls

Amelia Medolla and Chloe Teter both surpassed the school’s all-time three-point record in a convincing win over the Green Wave. Teter hit 99 triples in the second quarter while Medolla dropped five triples and got to 100 career three-balls in the second half. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Little Silver:

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Hudson Catholic 75 Ferris 18 | Girls

The Hawks of Hudson Catholic continue their impressive spree of wins with a lopsided victory against Ferris. Future Villanova Wildcat Zanai Jones was exceptional once again, as she scored a game-high 19 points for the Hawks.

JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Jersey City: