PISCATAWAY, NJ - The Piscataway Chiefs erased a two-point deficit after three quarters and surged to a 46-38 girls basketball victory over the East Brunswick Bears Saturday afternoon.
Piscataway closed out the game with a 19-9 effort with LaNiya Miller leading in scoring with her game high of 28 points off of three 3-pointers, six field goals and seven points from the line. Senior Deonna Henry finished with eight points for the Chiefs and Baiylee Barnes connected for five points while taking down a game high eight rebounds.
Alyssa Bondi led East Brunswick with 15 points, as she connected on five 3-point baskets. Junior forward Nicole Johnson finished with eight points for East Brunswick (10-8), which made as many 3-point baskets (seven) as it had 2-point baskets.
Piscataway's record is 10-9, but the Chiefs are in second place in the Greater Middlesex Conference Red Division with a 9-4 record. The Bears stand in fourth place with a 7-6 mark in the Red Division.
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