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Montclair Boys Basketball Beats Bloomfield, 67-56

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Senior Josh Allen led Montclair to a 67-56 victory over Bloomfield in Montclair. Allen had 16 points along with 17 rebounds.

Montclair was quick to find their stride since the start of the game, outscoring Bloomfield 22-11

Bloomfield bounced back in the second quarter, shortening the score gap to six points approaching the half.

With an very efficient defensive display Montclair, held Bloomfield back from what looked like could be a comeback in the dying minutes, with Junior Tahlik Summers adding two free-throws with 1 minute left in the game.

Montclair looks to keep their winning streak going against Newark Central at Newark next Tuesday.

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