SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood High School girls varsity basketball team ended their regular season yesterday with a loss to South Brunswick, 41-24. After starting off the season back in December with three straight wins, 2016 has seen the Chargers only win four of their last 17 games.
South Brunswick held the Chargers to only ten points in the first half. The second half wasn't much better for Spotswood. They were outscored by the Vikings, 21-14.
Courtney Potter was the top point-getter for Spotswood with eight. Caitlyn LeRoy and Julia Raba both earned four each. Mary Beth Barnosky, Olivia Hellerich, Grace Mehr and Lizzie Vignuolo all chipped in two.
Amber Brown had the hot hand for South Brunswick, scoring 19 points. Natalia Louisdon had a strong game as well for the Vikings, netting 14 points.
Spotswood will now look towards tomorrow's preliminary round game against South Plainfield in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament. The Chargers will travel to South Plainfield for the 1 p.m. game on President's Day.
South Plainfield has a 8-12 overall record this season with a 7-7 conference record. Spotswood's loss to South Brunswick dropped their overall record for the 2015-16 season to 8-14. They are 6-6 in conference play.