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Lady Hawks Basketball Lose at Home to Monroe 50-34

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EDISON, NJ - Kathy Tong scored 13 points to lead J.P Stevens but it wasn’t enough to her and her teammates to overcome Monroe’s 50-34 victory over J.P. Stevens.

Erica Junquet scored 18 points for Monroe and led 21-16 at halftime. By the endof the 3rd quarter the Lady Hawks were holding with only a 7 point difference.

Towards the end of the game, Monroe pulled away from J.P. Stevens

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Molly Yelencsics had score eight points for J.P. Stevens.

Cindy Foresta and Casey Filiault each scored seven for Monroe.

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By LIZ KEILL

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