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Girls Basketball: Ridge Beats Montgomery, 33-32, in OT

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ - The Ridge girls basketball team won its second game of the week by the exact same score, prevailing over Montgomery, 33-32, in overtime Thursday night.

The Red Devils (5-8) rallied from a 19-14 deficit at halftime. The score was 30-30 at the end of four quarters,

Ava Haiback scored nine points and Sophie Beneventine tallied eight for Ridge, which defeated Immaculata, 33-32, on Tuesday. Ridge swept the season series from Montgomery.

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