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    NJ Girls Basketball: Maroon & White Camp Day 2 Notebook

    Pero comfortable, impactful in St. John Vianney win over Red Bank Catholic; Dumont heads down the shore

    NJ Girls Basketball: Maroon & White Camp Day 1 Notebook

    Rumson-Fair Haven erupts from long range to down defending Group 3 state champ Middletown South in Game of the Day; depth and youth dominate Day 1; Jones, Evans have Jackson Memorial on the rise

    Girls Hoops: Maroon & White Team Camp Schedule

    Matchup for three-day event beginning on July 28

    Memorable Mondays: Top 5 NJ heartwarming moments

    MSGVarsity brings you five of the top heartwarming stories of the year from New Jersey in the 2014-15 season.

    Memorable Mondays: Top 5 NJ exciting endings

    MSG Varsity ranks the best finishes from the 2014-15 school year in the New Jersey region

    Fast Break: All-Metro Girls Basketball special (4/2/14)

    Kevin Devaney Jr. and Gregg Lerner unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Girls Basketball teams, honoring the best of the best high school basketball players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the list!

    Memorable Mondays: Top 5 NJ individual performances

    The 2014-15 school year saw a host of teams that left their mark on the high school sports landscape. Here's a look at the top 5 individual performances from the year.

    MSG Varsity 10 Best Episode 5

    MSG Varsity 10 Best celebrates the incredible plays, moments and accomplishments delivered by high school student athletes from around the Tri-State. Find out who made our countdown, and can be called one of MSG Varsity 10 Best!

    Year in review: NJ girls basketball

    Manasquan finishes No. 1; Louro, Phipps inspire St. Rose; Campbell, Fuehring, Brown shine and more as we take a look back at the '14-'15 girls basketball season

    Memorable Mondays: NJ's Top five Teams of 2014-15 (6/22/15)

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    • Jun 22, 2015

    Every Monday this summer we take a look back at what the 2014-15 season had to offer. This Monday we take a look at the top five teams of the season in the Garden State.

    Memorable Mondays: Top 5 NJ teams of 2014-15

    The 2014-15 school year saw a host of teams that left their mark on the high school sports landscape. Here's a look at the top 5 teams in New Jersey from this past campaign.

    2015 All-Metro Girls Basketball Special: Second Team

    Kevin Devaney Jr. and our regional experts unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Girls Basketball Team, honoring the best girls basketball players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the list now!

    2015 All-Metro Girls Basketball Special: Player and Coach of the Year

    Kevin Devaney Jr. and our regional experts unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Girls Basketball Team, honoring the best girls basketball players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the list now!

    2015 All-Metro Girls Basketball Special: First team

    Kevin Devaney Jr. and our regional experts unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Girls Basketball Team, honoring the best girls basketball players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the list now!

    2015 All-Metro Girls Basketball Special

    Kevin Devaney Jr. and our regional experts unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Girls Basketball Team, honoring the best girls basketball players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the list now!

    2015 All-Metro Girls Basketball Teams

    Marina Mabrey of Manasquan and Boogie Brozoski of LuHi share Player of the Year honors for the 2014-15 season in the Tri-State

    Final Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (4/1)

    Manasquan finishes atop the final Tri-State Girls Basketball Rankings for the 2014-15 season

    2015 All-New Jersey Girls Basketball Team

    Marina Mabrey, who powered Manasquan to the Tournament of Champions title, headlines All-State

    Fast Break (3/25/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Highlights: Manasquan 59, St. Rose 55 (3/23/15)

    Highlights of Manasquan's 59-55 win over St. Rose in the TOC Finals

    Postgame: Manasquan's Marina Mabrey

    MSG Varsity talks with Manasquan's Marina Mabrey about her team's TOC Championship win

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (3/25)

    Manasquan maintained the No. 1 spot in the Tri-State after defeating St. Rose in the NJ state TOC

    Final power rankings: NJ girls basketball (3/25)

    Manasquan cements its place atop final poll with 59-55 victory over No. 2 St. Rose in classic Tournament of Champions final

    Mabrey, Manasquan top St. Rose for TOC title

    Marina Mabrey pumped in 36 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to steer No. 1 Manasquan to a 59-55 victory over No. 2 St. Rose for the Tournament of Champions crown

    MSG Varsity 10 Best Episode 4

    MSG Varsity 10 Best celebrates the incredible plays, moments and accomplishments delivered by high school student athletes from around the Tri-State. Find out who made our countdown, and can be called one of MSG Varsity 10 Best!

    Tournament of Champions Infobox: St. Rose vs. Manasquan

    No. 1 Manasquan meets No. 2 St. Rose for a third time this season to decide the Tournament of Champions

    Highlights: Manasquan 62, Franklin 52 (3/19/15)

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    • Mar 20, 2015

    Highlights of Manasquan's 62-52 win over Franklin in the girls basketball TOC semifinal

    Highlights: St. Rose 47, St. John Vianney 43 (3/19/15)

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    • Mar 20, 2015

    Highlights of the TOC semifinals between St. Rose and St. John Vianney in girls basketball

    MSGV 360 (3/20/2015)

    See everything that's happening on MSG Varsity in 3 minutes with news, highlights, interviews and social media updates. Watch MSGV 360 each day to see what we're talking about and who we're covering. Hosted by Amanda Pugliese.

    Markham lifts St. Rose over SJV in TOC semis

    Freshman Mikayla Markham, stepping in for Kat Phipps, hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 48 seconds left to spark second-seeded St. Rose to a 47-43 victory over third-seeded St. John Vianney in the Tournament of Champions semifinal

    Galvan's star turn helps Manasquan to TOC final

    Basketball is an afterthought for sophomore forward Victoria Galvan. She’s a softball star committed to University of South Carolina. She figured she’d be a contributor to the a very good basketball team and just get ready for spring. She’s been more than a contributor all year long for Tri-State No. 1 Manasquan and against No. 9 Franklin she was a bonafide star.

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (3/18)

    Manasquan and Ossining are on the cusp of state championships and sit atop the Tri-State Girls Basketball rankings

    Power rankings: NJ girls basketball (3/18)

    No. 1 Manasquan, No. 2 St. Rose, No. 3 St. John Vianney and No. 6 Franklin advance to Tournament of Champions semifinals

    Miller drops career high 33 to launch Franklin in TOC

    Senior Adreana Miller was active and accurate to spark the fourth-seeded Warriors to a resounding 66-38 victory over fifth seeded Middletown South on Monday in TOC quarterfinals

    Fast Break (3/18/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Evans unlocks key to SJV TOC triumph

    Sophomore Kimi Evans established her presence in the post early, unlocking a perimeter barrage from Kellie Crouch, Tina Lebron and Vanessa Pinho during a favorable first quarter that fueled third-seeded St. John Vianney to a 63-39 victory over sixth-seeded New Providence in the quarterfinal round of the Tournament of Champions

    Karcz, Dalonzo lift Midd. South past Old Tappan for Gr. 3 crown

    Stephanie Karcz collected 16 points and 16 assists while Haley Dalonzo overcame adversity to sink a critical bucket as Middletown South weathered a furious Old Tappan comeback to squeeze out a 50-42 victory for its first NJSIAA Group 3 state title

    NJSIAA Girls Basketball: Tournament of Champions Central

    Keep track of all the action in the girls NJSIAA Tournament of Champions

    Jackson injects offense to spark Franklin

    Senior guard Alexandra Jackson thrives on defense and strives for others at the opposite end. In the Group 4 state final, she scrapped her deferring nature and got downright offensive, scoring a season-high 14 points to send Franklin past Shawnee, 54-48, to earn the Warriors their first NJSIAA Group 4 title

    Molstad sparks New Providence to Group 1 crown

    Senior Emily Molstad scored six of her eight points in the fourth, including the go-ahead putback with 1:11 to play as New Providence won its third NJSIAA Group 1 state title since 2010 with a 32-30 decision over Haddon Twp.

    Mabrey instills precison as Manasquan defends Group 2 title

    Senior Marina Mabrey pumped in 28 points but it was her efficiency from the field, coupled with a selfless passing stroke that had an infectious climate that carried No. 1 Manasquan to a 67-52 victory over Westwood for a second straight NJSIAA Group 2 state title

    NJSIAA Girls Basketball: Tournament of Champions seeds

    Manasquan earns top seed, St. Rose No. 2

    Highlights: Middletown South 50, Old Tappan 42 (3/15/15)

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    • Mar 15, 2015

    Highlights: Middletown South 50, Old Tappan 42

    Campbell soups up SJV in rally to Non-Public A title

    Trailing by as much as 16 in the first half, St. John Vianney put together a 13-0 run in the fourth, orchestrated - and inspired - by junior point guard Kelly Campbell and accentuated by junior Tina Lebron's go-ahead 3-pointer, to rally past IHA for a 50-46 triumph in the Non-Public A state final

    Phipps, Louro help St. Rose repeat in Non-Public B

    Senior Kat Phipps had 25 points and sophomore Jen Louro played inspiring defense to send St. Rose to its second straight Non-Public B state title with a 56-49 decision over Lodi Immaculate

    Franklin avoids collapse to rally past East Orange

    Leading by 15 with under four minutes to play, Franklin withstood a frantic East Orange comeback thanks to the late-game awareness and daringness of Jaeda Wildgoose to outlast East Orange for a 64-62 triumph in the Group 4 state semifinals.

    NJSIAA Girls Basketball: State Championship Central

    Times for Group and Non-Public State championships

    Molk, Hinds-Clarke, McClutchy steer Westwood

    Emily Molk scored all nine of her points in the fourth quarter while Samantha McClutchy popped for a game-high 19 and Jaide Hinds-Clarke scored 10 to power the Cardinals into the Group 2 state final with a 49-44 win over Newark Tech

    Swish & Dish: NJSIAA Girls Hoops Schedule

    Dates, times and sites for all the action through Saturday

    Louro, Markham spark St. Rose past Roselle Catholic

    Jess Louro poured in 20 points and Mikayla Markham stepped up as an understudy to lift defending champion St. Rose to a 45-34 victory over Roselle Catholic in the South Jersey, Non-Public B final

    MSG Varsity 10 Best Episode 3

    MSG Varsity 10 Best celebrates the incredible plays, moments and accomplishments delivered by high school student athletes from around the Tri-State. Find out who made our countdown, and can be called one of MSG Varsity 10 Best!

    Power Rankings: NJ girls basketball (3/11)

    Manasquan averts upset to hold down No. 1 spot; New Providence returns off upset

    Highlights: East Orange 50, Paterson Eastside 40 (3/10/15)

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    • Mar 11, 2015

    Highlights of East Orange's 50-40 win over Paterson Eastside in the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 4 Championship

    Fast Break (3/11/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Miller works both ends to spark Franklin to title

    Senior swing Adreana Miller confirmed her offensive reputation but it was her early assertiveness on defense that supplied the template for Franklin to stormed past Piscataway, 79-43, for a second straight North 2, Group 4 crown

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (3/11)

    Manasquan holds on to the No. 1 ranking after surviving an upset scare from Rumson-Fair Haven on Tuesday night

    RBC freshman Hayley Moore steps through to drain 3-pointer

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    • Aug 3, 2015

    RBC freshman Hayley Moore steps through to drain 3-pointer

    Allen, Bacon twins fuel Neptune past Allentown

    Thriving amid Neptune's luring defense, Desiree Allen and senior twins Marajiah and Miesha Bacon embodied the wealth of speed that proved the difference in sparking second-seeded Neptune to a 70-43 victory over third-seeded Allentown in the Central Jersey, Group 3 semifinals

    NJSIAA girls basketball schedule

    Dates and times for upcoming sectional semifinals and finals

    Corcoran sparks Demarest past Teaneck

    Junior Veronica Corcoran scored 12 of her 22 points during a decisive third quarter to lift fifth-seeded Demarest to a 60-53 decision over 13th-seeded Teaneck in the quarterfinals of North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3

    Chat replay: New Jersey girls basketball with Gregg Lerner (3/5)

    Snowed in? Gregg Lerner is here to cure your cabin fever with an extensive playoff-edition chat about girls hoops in New Jersey.

    Can't miss kids: O'Reilly paces red-hot Montville

    Junior guard Kelly O'Reilly was the ringleader of an exhibition in shooting accuracy as Montville shot 56.5 percent from the field in rolling to a 74-53 triumph over Mahwah in North 1, Group 3.

    New Jersey state tournament: Schedule updates

    With more snow on the way for Thursday, March 5, find out what games are canceled and postponed from the New Jersey state basketball and hockey tournaments all in one spot.

    Power rankings: NJ girls basketball (3/4)

    Manasquan returns to No. 1 after winning second straight Shore Conference Tournament title with 69-60 victory over No. 2 St. Rose

    Thomas powers Ocean over Wall

    Freshman forward Lucy Thomas posted a monster double-double, a good brunt of it in the second half to rally 11th-seeded Ocean past 6th-seeded Wall, 37-34, in the first round of Central Jersey, Group 3

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (3/4)

    Manasquan retakes the No. 1 spot in the Tri-State Girls Basketball poll

    Fast Break (3/4/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Surging Colts Neck downs Brick Memorial

    Noelle Frost matched her season high with 22 points, Elise Brown posted a double-double and Kaity Healy deftly steered the offense as 11th-seeded Colts Neck picked up its ninth straight win by beginning defense of its Central Jersey, Group 4 title with a 51-44 win at sixth-seeded Brick Memorial

    NJSIAA girls basketball: Group 4 state tournament

    Keep track of Group 4 state tournament here with scores and recaps

    NJSIAA girls basketball: Group 1 state tournament

    Keep track of Group 1 state tournament here with scores and recaps

    NJSIAA girls basketball: Group 3 state tournament

    Keep track of Group 3 state tournament here with scores and recaps

    NJSIAA girls basketball: Non-Public A and B state tournaments

    Keep track of Non-Public A and B state tournaments here with scores and recaps

    NJSIAA girls basketball: Group 2 state tournament

    Keep track of Group 2 state tournament here with scores and recaps

    NJ Girls Basketball State Tournament Preview

    Breaking down all the sections with favorites, teams to keep an eye on, sleepers, best potential matchups and players to watch

    Fast start sparks Rutgers Prep to Somerset crown

    Second-seeded Rutgers Prep instilled its offensive rhythm from the outset and led from start to finish in downing top-seeded Franklin, 52-46, in the Somerset County Tournament final

    No. 2 Manasquan upends No. 1 St. Rose in Shore final

    Freshman Dara Mabrey spearheaded a fierce and unyielding defense while senior Marina Mabrey both steered and fueled the Manasquan offense with 29 points and four assists as the second-seeded Warriors struck a measure of revenge for a Valentine Day's heartbreaker by handing top-seeded St. Rose its first loss, 69-60.

    Full game: Manasquan 69, St. Rose 60

    Feb. 27, 2015: Watch the complete broadcast of Manasquan's 69-60 girls basketball victory over St. Rose in the Shore Conference final.

    Primer: Manasquan vs. St. Rose - Shore Conference girls hoops final

    Ranked 1-2 in the MSG Varsity tri-state poll, St. Rose and Manasquan will meet in the SCT final for the third consecutive year in one of the biggest matchups in the tournament's recent history. Watch LIVE at 6:30 p.m. on MSG Varsity.

    Photos: Manasquan vs. St. Rose girls basketball - Shore final

    Manasquan defeated St. Rose by a score of 69-60.

    Opitz lifts Piscataway to 3rd straight GMC crown in OT

    Ashley Opitz drained a 3-pointer with :33 left in overtime as top-seeded Piscataway rallied from a five-point deficit in the extra session to score a 77-74 victory over Monroe for its third straight Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament title

    Fast Break (2/25/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (2/25)

    St. Rose maintained the No. 1 spot in the latest Tri-State Girls Basketball rankings

    Manasquan outlasts SJV in Shore semis

    Marina Mabrey posted a double-double, but her extended time on the bench in foul trouble presented an opportunity for fellow senior Courtney Hagaman to exhibit some leadership qualities to steer second-seeded and defending champion Manasquan past third-seeded St. John Vianney, 53-48; Phipps sparks top-seeded St. Rose to 69-49 win over Middletown South

    Power rankings: NJ girls basketball (2/25)

    St. Rose holds down No. 1, Franklin, Rutgers Prep on the rise leading into Somerset County Final

    Swish & Dish: Wednesday scores and recaps

    Hansen picks up coaching milestone in Edison win; Barlow erupts for career high to pace Bishop Ahr; Allesch records 13th double-double in GSB victory

    Nugent sparks Piscataway in GMC semis

    Senior reserve Kelsey Nugent pumped in 17 points, including eight during a decisive fourth-quarter run, to spark top-seeded and two-time defending champion Piscataway past fifth-seeded Sayreville, 66-55, in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament semifinals; balance and accuracy pace second-seeded Monroe past East Brunswick

    IHA claims Bergen County Tournament title

    Caitlin Roche pumped in 21 points while Steph Olear and Jordan Wilmoth melded their individual roles into prominent parts at opposite ends of the floor to lift top-seeded Immaculate Heart to a 50-38 decision over third-seeded Lodi Immaculate in the Bergen County Tournament championship; Piscataway, Sayreville, Monroe advance in GMC; Hammer, Jover pace North Bergen in Hudson County Tournament

    Postgame: Morris Catholic's Kate Feeney and Rachel Mills (2/20/15)

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    • Feb 22, 2015

    Morris Catholic's Kate Feeney and Rachel Mills talk about moving on to the Morris County Championships

    Photos: Lodi Immaculate vs. IHA girls basketball - Bergen final

    Bergen County Tournament final: Lodi Immaculate vs. IHA

    Highlights: Mendham 42, Morristown 35 (2/20/15) - Morris semifinals

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    • Feb 21, 2015

    Highlights of Mendham's 42-35 win in the MCT semifinals

    Risk equals reward for Middletown South in Shore quarters

    Invested to play at a pace that could have hedged in Rumson-Fair Haven's favor, Middletown South had just enough gas left in the tank to apply an emphatic finish on a 55-48 victory in the quarterfinal round of the Shore Conference Tournament

    Postgame: Mendham's Ashley Gehrin

    MSG Varsity's Dan Exter talks with Mendham's Ashley Gehrin about moving on to the MCT Championship game

    Highlights: Morris Catholic 57, West Morris 43 (2/20/15) - Morris semifinals

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    • Feb 21, 2015

    Highlights of Morris Catholic's 57-43 win over West Morris in the MCT semifinals

    Morris Catholic, Mendham advance to Morris County final

    Kate Feeney pumped in 24 points to pace defending champion Morris Catholic past stubborn West Morris while Ashley Gehrin rose to the occasion in a nip-and-tuck fourth quarter to lift Mendham over Morristown; recaps from the quarterfinals of Union County Tournament and first round of Mercer County Tournament.

    Immaculata downs Watchung Hills in Somerset quarters

    The third-seed Spartans used 17 points from Kat Papalski, as well as versatile performances from Kristen Reilly, Allison Girardi, Kaitlyn Robeto and Anna Oliveri to score a 51-38 victory over sixth-seeded Watchung Hills

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (2/18)

    St. Rose takes over the No. 1 spot in the latest MSG Varsity Tri-State Girls Basketball poll

    Swish & Dish: Rallying for the Mulcahy family

    The home of Gill St. Bernard's sophomore guard Nyla Mulcahy was ravaged by a fire on Monday and the Knights' community is seeking your support

    DeFillippo sparks Ocean past Central Reg.

    Senior point guard Danille DeFillippo pumped in 10 of her 14 points in the fourth quarter and freshman forward Lucy Thomas posted a double-double as 16th-seeded Ocean outlasted 17th-seeded Central, 36-29, in the preliminary round of the Shore Conference Tournament

    Power rankings: NJ girls basketball (2/18)

    Off is thrilling victory against Manasquan, St. Rose ascends to No. 1; Gill St. Bernard's moves into Top 15

    Van Ness, Thomas, Borja steer Somerville in Somerset Tourney

    Melody Van Ness combined 11 points with rugged defense while Angelica Borja and Nyasia Thomas stepped up in the fourth quarter to lift ninth-seeded Somerville past eighth-seeded Pingry in the second round of the Somerset County Tournament; Balance lifts IHA over Old Tappan; top-seeded Roselle Catholic embarks on defense of Union County Tournament title; Hinds-Clarke posts double double in Westwood win; Higgins erupts for career high to spark Montclair; Serkowska, Dredden fuel Parsippany Hills; Kelly's double-double highlights Chatham win; Murawinski, Hutchinson power Jefferson

    Swish & Dish: St. Rose earns top seed for Shore Conf. Tourney

    Defending champion Manasquan seeded second

    East Orange, Montclair advance in Essex semis

    Alex Kerr pumped in 26 points as second-seeded Montclair weathered a fierce comeback to eliminate six-time defending champion Shabazz; Ny-asi Franklin, Kyiarah English and a hounding defense responsible for inducing 33 turnovers launched top-seeded East Orange past fourth-seeded University; Bartner registers triple-double for Morristown-Beard; balance paces Mahwah; Donovan Catholic clinches second straight divisional title

    Full game: St. Rose 60, Manasquan 57

    Feb. 14, 2015: Watch the complete broadcast of St. Rose’s 60-57 girls basketball victory over Manasquan.

    Phipps fuels St. Rose's win over No. 1 Manasquan

    Senior Kat Phipps poured in 32, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 20 seconds left, to help unbeaten and fourth-ranked St. Rose upend No. 1 Manasquan.

    Primer: Manasquan at St. Rose girls basketball

    It's a top five matchup at the Shore, as tri-state No. 1 Manasquan travels to undefeated and fifth-ranked St. Rose at 1:30 p.m. LIVE on MSG Varsity.

    Photos: Manasquan at St. Rose girls basketball

    St Rose defeats Manasquan on Valentine's Day

    Franklin's Fab Five mark Senior Night with win

    Adreana Miller, Jaeda Wildgoose, Tahirah Scott, Mary Trossi and Alexandra Jackson, all varsity members since their freshmen season, reciprocated for being honored on Senior Night with the type of performance that's become synonymous with the quintet, accentuating strengths in a 62-44 decision over Immaculata

    IHA's Mesropyan 3-pointer

    IHA's Alex Mesropyan connects on a 3-pointer in the third quarter against Ramapo to make the score 23-17.

    Full game: Immaculate Heart 35, Ramapo 29

    Feb. 12, 2015: Watch the complete broadcast of Immaculate Heart Academy’s 35-29 girls basketball victory over Ramapo.

    Ramapo's Pappas rebound and putback

    Ramapo's Marina Pappas grabs the rebound and hits the putback midway through the fourth quarter. IHA leads 30-25.

    Ramapo's Brogan layup

    Ramapo's Karlie Brogan sinks a layup in the third quarter to cut IHA's lead to 28-21.

    IHA's Roche pull-up shot

    IHA's Caitlin Roche hits a pull-up jumper in the third quarter.

    Ramapo's Brogan rebound and putback

    Ramapo's Karlie Brogan gets the rebound and putback versus IHA in the second quarter to cut the deficit to 16-11.

    IHA's Oge assisted lay-in

    IHA's Alex Mesropyan sets up Katia Oge for a layup in the fourth quarter to increase the lead to 32-25 against Ramapo.

    NJSIAA Girls Basketball State Tournament Pairings

    A look at the brackets for the upcoming NJSIAA girls basketball state tournament

    IHA's Wilmoth 3-pointer

    IHA's Jordan Wilmoth hits a 3-pointer to make the score 19-6 against Ramapo in the second quarter.

    Immaculate Heart holds off Ramapo with defense

    IHA held its eighth opponent of the season to less than 30 points in a 35-29 victory over Ramapo.

    Ramapo's Pappas layup

    Ramapo's Marina Pappas scores the driving layup in the first quarter against IHA to pull to within 7-3.

    IHA's Roche layup

    IHA's Caitlin Roche splits the defense for the layup and 9-8 lead over Ramapo in the second quarter.

    Tri-State Girls Basketball Poll (2/11)

    Manasquan takes over as the No. 1 team in the Tri-State after defeating previous No. 1 St. John Vianney

    Primer: Ramapo at Immaculate Heart Academy girls basketball

    At 7 p.m., come back to MSGVarsity.com to watch Ramapo take on No. 2 Immaculate Heart Academy LIVE.

    Photos: Ramapo at Immaculate Heart girls basketball

    IHA 35 RAMAPO 29

    Fast Break (2/11/2015)

    Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and guests dish on the latest news and highlights from tri-state area high school girls basketball and reveal our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls hoops poll.

    Power rankings: NJ girls basketball (2/11)

    Manasquan ascends to No. 1, Rutgers Prep debuts and Red Bank Catholic returns.

    Swish & Dish: County Tournament Central

    Your one-stop home for keeping up with county tournament action across New Jersey

    Caiazzo, Goetz steer Southern past Brick Memorial

    Victoria Caiazzo pumped in a career-best 28 points and Tierney Goetz orchestrated a strong showing in the fourth quarter to launch Southern to a 54-43 victory in a pivotal Shore Conference, A South showdown

    Nickson steers Passaic Tech past Clifton

    Senior point guard Brianna Nickson delivered an exemplary effort for a young and impressionable Passaic Tech squad en route to a 34-23 decision; Kuster, Stant eclipse 1,000-point mark in wins; Sourlis acheives milestone for No. 5 RFH; O'Reilly erupts to spark Montville;

    Photos: Southern vs Brick Memorial girls basketball

    Southern vs. Brick Memorial girls basketball

    Diaz 3-pointer sends Eastside past RFH

    Kayla Diaz buried a late-game three to lift No. 6 Paterson Eastside past No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven; Paramus Catholic, Saddle River Day spring upsets, top-seeded IHA avoids on in Bergen quarters; scores from Essex, Morris and Passaic County Tournaments.

    Defense powers East Orange past Montclair

    Senior guard Angel Osagie-Erese set the defensive standards high for East Orange and her teammates met the challenge to upend Montclair, 34-23; No. 8 Roselle Catholic holds off Westfield; Christofi nets season high in Saddle River Day win; Shatsky, Evans power Marlboro; Hall, Grant and Paramus Catholic cool off Holy Angels; Seymour's double-double sparks Hanover Park; Larkins nets career high for RBC

    Swish & Dish: Friday scoreboard and recaps

    Barlow double-double fuels Bishop Ahr; McQueen helps No. 8 Roselle Catholic keep unbeaten mark intact; freshman Weise erupts for Allentown; Kraebel nets career high to Ramapo; Middletown South rallies past Freehold Twp. despite Wagner milestone

    Swish & Dish: Robbinsville hosts Shore vs. CVC Challenge

    Notre Dame vs. Middletown South and Allentown vs. Marlboro headline day-long charity event at Robbinsville on Saturday

    MSG Varsity's National Signing Day 2015 coverage

    Find out what MSG Varsity has in store for NSD 2015 coverage.

    Highlights: Manasquan 64, St. John Vianney 39 (2/3/15)

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    • Feb 4, 2015

    Senior guard Marina Mabrey nets 24 points in the Lady Warriors 64-39 win over rival St. John Vianney

    Postgame: Manasquan's Marina Mabrey (2/3/15)

    MSG Varsity's Dan Exter talks with Manasquan's Marina Mabrey about her teams 64-39 win over St. John Vianney

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