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Girls Basketball: Watchung Hills Remains Unbeaten, Downs Westfield, 46-37

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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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The Lady Blue Devils played Watchung Hills Saturday. Credits: B. Nemcek
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WHRHS Girls Basketball: Watchung Hills Remains Unbeaten, Downs Westfield, 46-37 Credits: B. Nemcek
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WHRHS Girls Basketball: Watchung Hills Remains Unbeaten, Downs Westfield, 46-37 Credits: B. Nemcek
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WHRHS Girls Basketball: Watchung Hills Remains Unbeaten, Downs Westfield, 46-37 Credits: B. Nemcek
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WHRHS Girls Basketball: Watchung Hills Remains Unbeaten, Downs Westfield, 46-37 Credits: B. Nemcek
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WARREN, NJ — Senior Julia Cunningham tallied a game high 18 points and eight rebounds for the Watchung Hills Girls basketball team as they triumphed at home over Westfield on Saturday, 46-37. 

Watchung Hills remains unbeaten. The Warriors are now 9-0.

Molly Ryan led the scoring for the Lady Blue Devils with 18 points. 

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Watchung Hills took control in the third quarter, forcing seven turnovers going up 32-18 midway through the quarter. The Warriors outscored Westfield 16-4 in the third.

Westfileld plays at Roselle Catholic next on Tuesday. Watchung Hills will play Phillipsburg on Tuesday.

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