WARREN, NJ - Despite Anthony Rocchietti's game-high 20 points for Watchung Hills, the Warriors fell to 
Iselin's John F.  Kennedy, 57-50, on Saturday.
The Warriors led after the first quarter but Kennedy took the lead for good with a 19-12 run in the second quarter.
 
Coach Salton said," Unfortunately, turnovers continue to hurt us, which was a big reason for a disappointing day.  We start conference play at defending champion, Montgomery, on Tuesday and we will need to be able to handle pressure and rebound if we are to find success."
 

Joe Duffy led Kennedy with 16 points.
 
Watchung Hills takes on Montgomery on Jan. 6 at 7 p.m.