BRIDGEWATER, NJ -- The Bridgewater-Raritan girls basketball team opened a 14-point lead by halftime and went on to a 52-28 victory over A.L. Johnson High School on Tuesday.

Jackie Salvatore led the balanced attack for the Panthers (9-17) with 10 points. Bridgewater had a 26-12 halftime lead after outscoring the Crusaders, 10-4, in the second quarter.

Madison Bray and Corinne Nickel each netted eight points for BRHS, which got points from 11 different players in the contest.