MIDDLESEX, NJ - The Spotswood High School girls varsity basketball team ran into a streaking Middlesex High School team that is undefeated on Monday. The Blue Jays dominated the game and came away with a 61-25 victory to keep their unbeaten streak alive at eight. Middlesex had a commanding 44-10 lead at halftime and sits in first place atop the Blue Division. The Blue Jays are also tied for first in the conference with Monroe High School who is also 8-0.
Madison Robel earned a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds for Middlesex. Kristen Yonker was the game's top scorer with 19 points while Neysa Aguilar netted a dozen and Brianna Montajes scored 11 for the Blue Jays.
Jessica Addesso and Gianna Perez were Spotswood's high scorers with five apiece in the Chargers' fifth loss in a row. Giana Oelkers scored four points and Kirti Craig and Lauren Guyette each added three. Megan Devlin and Julia Masucci both chipped in two.
Spotswod's loss drops the team's overall record to 4-6 and their Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division record to 3-6. The Chargers look to rebound into the win column on Friday when the team hosts Highland Park High School at the Spotswood High School Gymnasium at 7 p.m.
Spotswood has won the last five meetings between the two teams. Highland Park is struggling as well this season with a 2-4 overall record. The Owls have dropped their last two games.