Basketball: Somerset County Playoff Matchups for Bernards H.S. Tuesday


SOMERSET HILLS, NJ - The Bernards High School boys and girls basketball teams both won their first round games in the Somerset County tournament on Saturday. They will both hope their second round game comes up roses as they hit the road for second round games tomorrow, which is Valentines Day. 

BHS Boys at Montgomery, 7 p.m. Tuesday - The Mountaineers take their 17-3 record and seven-game winning streak to the other end of the county to face Montgomery, the seventh seed. Montgomery is a Group 4 school. They have an overall record of 9-10. Montgomery, who drew a first-round bye, is coming off of a tough road loss to rival Hillsborough.

BHS Girls at Immaculata, 7 p.m. Tuesday - Top scorer Caroline Baratta will lead the Mountaineers to Somerville, where they will take on Immaculata, the eighth seed. Immaculata earned a first round bye. The Spartans' season record is 9-12.

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