FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Diamond Miller led the Lady Warriors with 18 points in a dominant 76-54 win against Sayreville Monday night at Franklin High School, in their last regular season game. 

The Lady Warriors got off to a fast start in the first quarter highlighted by an 11-0 run, capped with a 3-point buzzer beater by Miller to end the quarter 25-10. Sayreville tried to battle back in the second quarter but ended the half 14-points down 43-29.

The Lady Warriors opened the second half of the game with a solid defensive performance holding Sayreville to only four points, one field goal, and two free throws, in the third quarter.

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They also put on a strong offensive showing with a 20-0 run in the third. Camille Gray, Keona Schenck, and Monique Davis-Campbell all scored double-digit points, 14, 13, and 12 respectively. 

The Lady Warriors ended the season 8-2 in their division and 15-5 overall, will start their playoff run this Thursday.

“We’ve played talent throughout the season, we’ve played some of the top ten teams in the state to prepare us for this run for the championship,” Head Coach Audrey Taylor said after the game. “We are definitely well tested, we’ve seen the best of the best that is out in the state and it is just a matter of using that to get to the next point.”

As soon as the exact time and location of the Lady Warriors first playoff game is announced, this article will be updated. 

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