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Girls Basketball: J.P. Stevens Defeats Old Bridge, 57-40

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EDISON, NJ - A huge fourth quarter enabled J.P. Stevens to break away from Old Bridge for a 57-40 girls basketball victory Thursday night.

Kiarah Turner scored 16 points, grabbed six rebounds and made four steals, and Megan Duffy collected 16 points and eight rebounds for J.P. Stevens (12-6), which outscored Old Bridge, 22-9, in the final quarter.

Kayla Gatling totaled 13 points, 11 rebounds and three steals for the Hawks, who also got nine oints and eight rebounds from Disha Prabhudesai.

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