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Boys Basketball: Ridge Triumphs, 46-39, over Rutgers Prep

BASKING RIDGE, NJ - The Ridge boys basketball team rallied in the second half for a 46-39 victory over Rutgers Prep Tuesday night.

Jacob Herrera scored 18 points for the Red Devils, who trailed, 24-19, at halftime before closing to within a point after three periods and then staging a 17-9 rally in the final quarter.

It was Ridge's first victory since Dec. 27, but two of the Red Devils' previous three losses were by two points or less.

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Atlantic Health System Joins American Cancer Society in Fight Against Colorectal Cancer

Atlantic Health System (AHS), a leading health care delivery network, announced today the organization’s commitment to increase colorectal cancer screening in New Jersey by joining "80 percent by 2018" - a national effort of the American Cancer Society in the fight against the disease. 

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