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Boys Basketball: Edison Outruns Monroe, 57-42

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EDISON, NJ - The Edison boys basketball team, enjoying its best season in years, jumped out to a 10-point halftime lead and went on to a 57-42 victory over Monroe Tuesday night.

Christian Wantong scored 19 points and came down with seven rebounds and Abu Kaikai scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Eagles (11-8), who won their fourth game in a row.

Edison had a 25-15 lead at the half, then broke it open by outscoring the Falcons, 19-11, in the third quarter. Jaymin Vakharia led the Eagles in assists with four, scoring five points and coming up with two steals.

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By LIZ KEILL

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