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.

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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.