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Courtney Potter Leads Spotswood To Victory, 61-15, over Mother Seton

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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Courtney Potter led the Spotswood High School girls varsity basketball team to their second straight victory, defeating Mother Seton Regional High School, 61-15. Potter netted a game-high 12 points.

The Spotswood defense held the Setters to nine points in the first half and six in the final two quarters. Catie Koenig scored the majority of the points for Mother Seton, putting nine on the scoreboard.

Savannah Robinson earned eight points for the Chargers, who improved their overall season record to 9-6. They are 7-3 in conference play. Freshman Jessica Addesso added seven points while Maddie Hellerich, Olivia Hellerich and Sarah Marotta all netted six for Spotswood. Maddie Hellerich also grabbed a game-high eight rebounds. Julia Raba pulled down seven rebounds for the Chargers and chipped in four points.

Spotswood will travel to Metuchen on Friday, January 27 to take on Metuchen High School at 6 p.m. The Chargers beat the Bulldogs in their previous outing in December, beating Metuchen 55-28.

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