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Girls Basketball: Ridge Upsets North Hunterdon, 47-41

ANNANDALE, NJ - The Ridge girls basketball team rode the hot shooting of Sophie Beneventine to a 47-41 upset victory over North Hunterdon Tuesday night.

Beneventine scored 16 points, sinking three 3-pointers, and Ridge opened a 35-27 lead with a 13-8 showing in the third quarter.

Ava Haiback scored eight points for the Red Devils, who have won two of their last three sandwiched around a three-point road loss to Montville.

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Fri, October 20, 5:00 PM

National Guard Armory, Morristown

41st Annual Morristown CraftMarket

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Pluckemin Church Preschool, Pluckemin

Children's fall and winter consignment sale

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Unintentional Consequence of WWI: American Religious Pluralism and the Jewish Experience @ ScotLib

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