Here are some video highlights from Dunellen’s win over J.P. Stevens in regular season action at the Rahway Summer League. The Destroyers had a 21-16 halftime lead before Stevens rallied with an 11-5 run over the first 10 minutes of the second half to take a 27-26 lead. However, Orville Thompson keyed a decisive 10-4 run for Dunellen to take a 36-31 lead en route to a 36-34 victory.
RAHWAY, NJ–In a regular season contest from the 2012 Rahway Summer League, Dunellen took on J.P. Stevens in a battle of Gold and Red Division teams from the Greater Middlesex Conference. The Destroyers didn’t back down in this one as they jumped out to a 15-9 lead, and led by five at the intermission. Stevens would rally though behind the play of John Maxham and Jalen Sorrell to tie the game at 25-25, and then take the lead at 27-26, but Dunellen took control with a 10-4 spurt over a span of nearly eight and a half minutes for a 36-31 lead, and held on for the two point victory. Below are some notes from the game.
3:36–Arrive DUN leads 15-9
1:45–JPS–went on a 5-2 run using offensive rebounding and a bit of full court pressure to pull within 17-14. Scored on a putback, transition layup, and 1 of 2 FTs.
0:09–JPS–Sajeh Chowdhary drives in from left side for layup to pull Hawks to 21-16.
0:00–DUN–is able to keep a five point lead into the break. Went 4 of 4 from the foul line, and got a bucket down low from Dylan Hoski for their points…JPS outscored DUN by a 7-6 margin over the last three and a half or so minutes. Had 3 FGs versus DUNs one. Only went 1 of 4 from the foul line.
15:13–DUN–Orville Thompson scores all of Dunellen’s first four points of the half on two layups to give the Destroyers a 25-20 lead.
10:10–JPS–Jalen Sorrell banks in shot from right side for a 26-26 tie.
9:00–JPS–John Maxham fouled on drive–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 27-26 lead.
3:29–DUN–Orville Thompson scores on a putback to cap a 6-2 run by Destroyers for a 32-29 lead.
2:45–JPS–scores for a 32-31 lead.
2:00–timeout–follows 2 FTs by DUN for a 34-31 lead.
31.0–DUN–layup for a 36-31 lead.
17.9–JPS–Maxham hits three pointer from left wing following block by Thompson for a 36-34 DUN lead–JPS timeout.
3.7–DUN–Hoski is fouled after both teams exchanged steals–misses FT.
0.0–JPS–is unable to get a shot off as time runs out–DUN wins 36-34.
Here are video highlights from a great game played between J.P. Stevens and Union Catholic in the Rahway Summer League on July 8th. The Hawks held a lead in the second half only to have the Vikings rally back to tie and force overtime. In the extra session, UC outscored JPS by a 7-4 margin to come away with the hard fought 50-47 victory.
Here are video highlights from the game played between J.F. Kennedy and Woodbridge on the final night of the regular season at the Rahway Summer League. Led by soon to be senior forward, Kyle Pearson, Woodbridge went on a 17-6 run to end the first half to break away from a 12-9 lead for a 29-15 advantage at the intermission. Kennedy got within eight points in the second half, but couldn’t get any closer as the Barrons won 52-42.
Here are video highlights from a summer league game played between J.P. Stevens and J.F. Kennedy at the Rahway Summer League back on July 15th. The Hawks led 36-24 in the second half when they went on an 8-0 run to put the game away. Xavier Johnson had two threes and Sky Harris sank a jumper to key the run for Stevens, which went on to win 46-30.
RAHWAY, NJ–On Thursday night, GMC Hoops finished up coverage of the 2011 Rahway Summer League by compiling the final standings. Below are the final standings:
2011 Rahway Summer League–Final Standings
- Roselle (13-1)
- Rahway (11-3)
- Union Catholic (9-3)
- J.P. Stevens (7-5)
- Perth Amboy (6-5)
- Edison (4-6)
- A.L. Johnson (4-8)
- South Plainfield (3-7)
- Dunellen (3-8)
- Woodbridge (3-8)
- J.F. Kennedy (2-10)
GMC Hoops thanks the folks at Rahway for their hospitality this summer.
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ–With the summer league winding down, GMC Hoops took some time to put together all of the playoff schedules, results, and brackets, and post them here. Below are all the brackets from playoffs in leagues that we were able to get info on.
2011 Summer League Playoff Brackets
- Bound Brook Summer League
- Colonia JV Summer League
- Elizabeth Summer League
- Kean Spring League
- Middlesex County College Summer League
- Monroe Sports Center Summer League
- Rahway Summer League
GMC Hoops are still trying to get results from a couple of these leagues.
RAHWAY, NJ–On Friday night, the 2011 Rahway Summer League climaxed with three fine games at Rahway High School. The Final Four was carried out with both semifinals and the championship played on the same night. For the second straight year, it was a team from Union County winning the title as Roselle survived two low scoring struggles with J.P. Stevens in the semifinals and Union Catholic in the Championship. The third seeded Vikings got to the title game by knocking off second seeded Rahway in the first semifinal at 5:30 PM. It was quite a way to end the summer at Rahway. All three games were decided by five points or less.
Union Catholic Hangs On To Upset Rahway, 65-61
Arriving with only 1:55 to go in the game, Union Catholic was leading 55-47. Rahway made one of two from the line with 1:35 to play to draw within seven. The Indians made one of two again from the line with 1:20 to play for a 55-49 Vikings lead. UC then made one of two from the line for a 56-49 lead before Rahway struck for a three pointer from the left side with 1:10 to go for a 56-52 lead.
Union Catholic made one of two free throws, and then two more foul shots with 55.7 seconds to go for a 59-52 lead before Rahway got a layup with 49 seconds left, and a layin with 37.8 seconds to play to pull within three at 59-56. The Vikings made two huge free throws with 33.7 seconds remaining for a 61-56 lead, and after Rahway sank one of two from the line with 30 seconds left, Union Catholic was fouled again in the backcourt for two more free throws, and a 63-57 lead with 27.4 remaining.
Rahway got a layup with 20 seconds to play to pull within four again at 63-59, but UC made two foul shots at the 15.0 seconds mark to wrap up the win. The Indians got another layup while the Vikes blew a breakaway scoring chance, but by then the game was over as Union Catholic improved to 9-3 on the summer, and earned a trip to the Championship Game against the winner of the other semifinal between top seeded Roselle and fifth seeded J.P. Stevens. Rahway, which won the league championship last year, finished the summer at 11-3.
Roselle Surges From Behind To Defeat J.P. Stevens, 42-37
After defeating Perth Amboy in the first quarterfinal on Thursday, and both J.F. Kennedy and Woodbridge losing in the other two elite eight games in the 2011 Rahway Summer League, the Hawks of J.P. Stevens were the only GMC team left standing in the post-season at Rahway heading into the semifinals and championship on Friday.
In front of them waited three very good teams from the Mountain Division of the Union County Conference including their final four opponent, Roselle, the top seeded team in the playoffs after earning the league’s best regular season record. For the first 15:52 of this contest, Roselle continued to struggle after nearly losing a 13 point lead with under three minutes to go in the quarterfinals against eighth seeded Johnson Regional on Thursday night.
Led by the combination of soon to be sophomore Sky Harris, and soon to be senior, Brandon Ahmed, the Hawks jumped out to a 26-12 lead. However, Roselle regained its composure, and put together a 30-11 surge the rest of the way for a come from behind 42-37 win. The Rams limited Stevens to just four field goals including a three pointer in the second half after yielding 13 field goals including two threes in the first half. Roselle, which was 4 of 14 from the line in the final 2:43 of its win over Johnson, was only 5 of 15 from the charity stripe by the early second half, but made them when it mattered most.
Over the final 12:03 of the contest, Roselle was 9 of 12 from the charity stripe. In addition, the Rams enjoyed a huge advantage in free throw attempts (27-1) and points scored from the foul line (14-0). J.P. Stevens didn’t score a point over the last 6:23 while Roselle finished up with the final 11 points to turn a 37-31 deficit into a 42-37 victory. Prior to that, the Hawks seemed to get some much needed breathing room after the Rams started the second half with a 13-4 tear over the first 10:12 of the second half for a 32-31 Stevens lead just beyond the midway point of the second half.
Jalen Sorrell came up with a huge play when he got an offensive rebound off a Sahej Chowdary miss for a putback at the 7:14 mark, and a 34-31 JPS lead. Xavier Johnson, who scored all five of his points in the second half then took a Brandon Ahmed pass on the right side for a three pointer, and a 37-31 lead with 6:23 left. Unfortunately for the Hawks though, they only had one shot attempt for the rest of the game. To make matters worse, Ahmed (12 first half points) and Harris (8 first half points) were limited by the Roselle defense to just two points combined in the final 20 minutes of play.
J.P. Stevens really missed the presence of Marvin Crawford, especially in the second half. Throughout the game, the Hawks had trouble inbounding the ball against the Roselle fullcourt pressure. The Edison school also had difficulty getting the ball over the midcourt line after getting it inbounds. For the game, JPS got its 37 points on 17 field goals including three treys, but only went 0 of 1 at the foul line. Meanwhile, Roselle scored its 42 points on 13 field goals including two threes, and made 14 of 27 from the charity stripe.
Also helping the Rams to victory was 22 points off of turnovers including 13 in the second half, and 7 second chance points. Ahmed led the way in a losing cause for the Hawks with 14 points, 3 assists, and a block while Harris chipped in with 8 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and a block. Johnson added his five second half points while both John Maxham and Chowdary contributed with 4 points. Chowdary also handed out 4 assists while Sorrell rounded out the Hawk scoring with 2 points and 6 rebounds.
J.P. Stevens led the game for 33:29 while Roselle led for only 3:40 and the game was tied for 2:51. Neither team scored for the first 2:35 of the game before the Rams got on the board first by stealing the ball from Chowdary, and scoring a layup while being fouled by Maxham for a three point play, and a 3-0 lead at the 17:25 mark. A little over a minute later, Ahmed sparked a 7-0 run with a three pointer from the top of the key off a pass from Chowdary at the 16:20 mark. Sixteen seconds later, the Hawks went out in front at 5-3 on a steal for a layup by Harris. Ahmed then capped the run with hitting a jumper from just inside the key for a 7-3 lead with 15:27 to go in the half after getting a blocked shot at the other end.
Over the next 2:42, Roselle battled back into the contest with a 7-4 run on a three pointer at the 15:13 mark, a jumper off a kickout following an offensive rebound at the 14:26 mark, and then a putback for an 11-10 Stevens lead with 12:45 to go in the half. The next four and a half minutes was all Hawks as they reeled off nine unanswered points for a 20-10 lead before Roselle called timeout with 8:18 to go in the half. Ahmed had five points during the run including a three pointer to cap the spurt at the 8:25 mark while Harris and Chowdary added baskets as well.
Following the stoppage, J.P. Stevens continued to play well with six of the next eight points over a span of 4:10 to take its biggest lead of the contest. Maxham had all four of his points during the run while Chowdary added another score to cap the run. Against the ropes, Roselle began to fight back with six straight points over a span of just 1:22 including two free throws at the 3:00 mark, a steal that led to a putback at the 1:43 mark, and another steal for a putback at the 1:28 mark for a 26-18 JPS lead.
Roselle had a couple more chances to get closer, but after Stevens was called for a five second violation at the 1:19 mark, the Rams turned it over at the 1:08 mark. Then, after stopping the Hawks again, and drawing a foul, the Rams missed both free throws at the 55.2 second mark. Harris then ended the first half scoring by sinking a high arching jumper from the left side with 31.5 seconds left for a 28-18 lead going into the intermission. Despite losing some momentum going into the brief break, Roselle had made big strides, and more importantly, the Rams had begun to wear down the Hawks.
In the second half, Roselle locked down defensively, and began to gradually chip away further at the deficit. The Hawks were able to keep the Rams at bay for a while, especially after the putback by Sorrell and the three pointer by Johnson for the 37-31 lead. However, JPS weren’t able to build off that run, and Roselle eventually overcame the deficit and won the game. With the victory, Roselle improved to 12-1 overall on the summer, and took on third seeded Union Catholic in the Championship Game. Meanwhile, J.P. Stevens concluded the summer at 7-5.
Roselle Wins Championship On Three Point Play At 9.8, 48-46
It was an all Union County final as two rivals from the old Mountain Valley Conference squared off for the Championship of the 2011 Rahway Summer League. With three Union County teams making it to the final four, and all three were the top seeded teams in the post-season, the odds were in the favor of the Union County Conference to have an all conference final.
With Rahway winning the title over Piscataway last summer, it is the second straight year that a UCC team has won this summer league. Union Catholic got here by earning the third seed for the playoffs after posting a 7-2 record during the regular season including close wins over J.P. Stevens (50-47 in OT) and J.F. Kennedy (by four in OT). The Vikings also cruised past A.L. Johnson earlier in the summer (74-51).
After getting a first round bye in the post-season, Union Catholic, defeated Kennedy again in the quarterfinals on Thursday before knocking off second seeded Rahway in the first of two semifinals on Friday. Meanwhile, Roselle, which finished the regular season at 11-1, earned the top seed. After also getting a first round bye, the Rams had a bit of a struggle on their hands with eighth seeded A.L. Johnson before winning 65-61 on Thursday night.
The Rams struggled early on in its semifinal against fifth seeded J.P. Stevens, a team that they only beat by three about a month ago in the regular season (49-46). Trailing 26-12 with 4:08 to go in the first half, Roselle limited the Hawks to only 11 points on five field goals including a three while outscoring Stevens by 19 over the last 24:08 for the 42-37 victory. The Rams, which struggled at the line in both of their playoff games, enjoyed a huge 27-1 edge in free throw attempts, and a 14-0 edge in points scored at the line.
Like Stevens, the Vikes got off to a fast start in the Championship Game with an 11-4 run over the first five minutes. However, Roselle settled down, and started to assert itself at both ends of the floor with a 9-3 spurt over the next 11 minutes to pull within one before UC made two free throws at the 3:30 mark, and got a layup a short time later for an 18-13 lead. The Rams then shot themselves in the foot by missing two free throws at the 2:48 mark, and the Vikings took advantage with a score at the other end for a 20-13 lead with 2:30 left in the first half.
Roselle scored the next four points on two free throws at the 2:03 mark, and then a steal for a layup at the 1:30 mark to close within 20-17. The Rams then had a chance to pull within one, but after getting the steal, they were called for traveling en route to the basket with 1:10 to go in the first half. Both teams got breaks heading into the intermission as Union Catholic scored on a putback off a missed jumper from the right side with 12.7 seconds to go in the half, and Roselle got a three pointer from the left wing to bank in at the buzzer for a 22-20 UC lead at the half.
Giving up the first points of the second half to give Union Catholic a 24-20 lead, Roselle charged back with a 13-4 tear over the next 7:30 to take a 33-28 lead with twelve minutes to play. The Rams continued to maintain that five point lead at 35-30 before the Vikings responded with a 12-6 spurt over the next nine minutes for a 42-41 lead on a layup with 2:59 remaining. Roselle then turned the ball over in its own backcourt after getting a rebound, and Union Catholic capitalized on it with a layup at the 1:45 mark for a 44-41 lead.
The Vikings held on to the tenuous three point lead at 46-43 before Roselle got a basket while being fouled with about a minute left, and then converted a three point play with 9.8 seconds remaining for a 48-46 lead. Union Catholic had a chance to tie or take the lead, but a shot attempt and the follow both missed, and the ball went out of bounds to Roselle with 0.3 seconds remaining. From there, the Rams were able to run out the clock for the 48-46 victory. With the win, Roselle finished up the summer with a 13-1 record while UC ends up at 9-4.
GMC Hoops thanks Dunellen coach, Bernie Buniak, and the folks at Rahway for their assistance this summer.
RAHWAY, NJ–On Friday night, the final day of action took place at the 2011 Rahway Summer League with two semifinal games at 5:30 and 6:30 PM followed by the Championship at 8:00 PM. In the final four were four of the top five seeds including three teams from Union County, and one team from the Greater Middlesex Conference. J.P. Stevens, the fifth seeded team faced off against Roselle in the second semifinal. The Hawks jumped out to a 26-12 lead with 4:08 remaining in the first half, but stalled after that with only five field goals for 11 points over the last 24:08 of the contest as Roselle surged from behind for a 42-37 victory. Below is the play-by-play from the contest:
19:16–ROS–really applying the pressure from deep into the backcourt, the Rams harass Sahej Chowdary into a traveling violation at midcourt.
18:37–JPS–fouled on the floor.
18:15–ROS–steals inbounds pass by Sky Harris, and goes in for layup–fouled by Harris–misses both FTs…Sorrell with the rebound.
17:25–ROS–swipes steal off pass by Chowdary, and goes in for layup from right side while being fouled by John Maxham for a three point play,, and a 3-0 lead.
16:20–JPS–Chowdary passes to Brandon Ahmed for three pointer from top of the key and a 3-3 tie.
16:04–JPS–Harris steals and scores on layup for a 5-3 lead.
15:42–JPS–Ahmed blocks shot and gets rebound.
15:27–JPS–Chowdary to Ahmed for jumper just inside the top of the key for a 7-3 lead.
15:13–ROS–three pointer from left wing for a 7-6 lead.
14:50–JPS–Harris scores on putback for a 9-6 lead.
14:26–ROS–gets offensive rebound, and kicks out for jumper and 9-8 JPS lead.
13:52–ROS–throws it away for turnover.
13:05–JPS–Ahmed scores on floater off drive for an 11-8 lead.
12:45–ROS–hits shot underneath, and is fouled, but misses FT–ball goes out of bounds to JPS–leads 11-10.
12:03–JPS–Harris throws baseball pass to Ahmed for layup off inbounds,and a 13-10 lead.
11:32–JPS–Chowdary–scores on layup from the right side for a 15-10 lead.
11:11–ROS–throws it away for turnover.
10:27–ROS–after getting rebound off miss by Ahmed, called for double-dribble in frontcourt.
9:59–JPS–Harris gets handle of loose ball at the right elbow for jumper, and a 17-10 lead.
8:47–JPS–Harris misses three attempt from right corner, but Johnson gets offensive rebound that sets up another scoring attempt by Harris, but it too, misses…ball goes out of bounds to Stevens.
8:25–JPS–Chowdary inbounds to Ahmed for three pointer from left wing for a 20-10 lead.
8:18–ROS–timeout–JPS on a 9-0 run.
7:57–ROS–dribbles in, and draws foul on baseline jumper from left side for one of two FTs, and a 20-11 lead.
7:15–JPS–breaks ROS pressure by getting it to Harris, who dribbles downcourt, and dishes to Maxham for layup, and a 22-11 lead.
6:48–ROS–gets offensive rebound off missed three pointer, and draws foul for one of two FTs, and a 22-12 JPS lead.
5:56–JPS–Harris throws baseball pass over the top of ROS press, but the pass is too long for
5:30–JPS–Harris blocks shot.
5:15–ROS–gets ball back, and comes down on break, but misses.
5:06–JPS–gets rebound, and ball ends up with Johnson who dishes to Maxham for short pull-up jumper, and a 24-12 lead.
4:08–JPS–Ahmed passes to Chowdary for floater that bnkas in for a 26-12 lead.
3:34–JPS–Sorrell gets offensive rebound off missed floater by Ahmed, but Maxham called for walk on jump shot attempt.
3:00–ROS–draws foul from Ahmed on shot attempt for two FTs, and a 26-14 JPS lead.
2:16–JPS–Sorrell called for traveling.
1:43–ROS–after Sorrell got the rebound, the Rams get a steal, and drive in for layup attempt that misses, but they score on the follow for a 26-16 JPS lead.
1:28–ROS–gets steal off ensuing inbounds and scores on putback off two offensive rebounds for a 26-18 JPS lead.
1:19–JPS–five second call.
55.2–ROS–gets fouled on the drive, but misses both FTs.
31.5–JPS–Ahmed to Chowdary, who passes downcourt to Harris for high arching jumper from left side for a 28-18 lead.
17.9–ROS–gets fouled on the floor, but misses front end of the bonus.
17.9–ROS–forces another five second call on inbounds.
0.0–JPS–Maxham misses bank shot at the buzzer…JPS leads 28-18 at the half.
JPS–only 2 points over last 4:08 of the half
ROS–5 of 12 FTs
JPS–13 FGs including two threes in half. No FTAs in half.
ROS–6 FGS including a three.
19:57–ROS–draws foul on shot attempt, but misses both FTs.
19:27–JPS–Ahmed misses shot underneath
19:12–ROS–misses jumper, but gets offensive rebound..then commits backcourt violation.
18:34–JPS–Chowdary called for over the back after Ahmed misses jumper from just inside the top of the key.
18:09–ROS–jumper from right side for a 28-20 JPS lead.
17:17–JPS–After Harris misses shot off the drive, Sorrell called for over the back.
16:58–ROS–layup for a 28-22 JPS lead.
16:31–ROS–gets rebound, but travels.
15:08–JPS–ROS gets partial block on floater shot attempt by Johnson, but the Rams mishandle the rebound, and Johnson gets the loose ball and puts it back in for a 30-22 lead.
14:42–ROS–knifes into the paint, banks in shot while drawing foul, but misses bonus FT for a 30-24 JPS lead.
14:07–ROS–deflects pass out of bounds.
13:26–ROS–partially blocks jump shot attempt by Maxham, and saves ball out of bounds off Maxham.
12:53–ROS–hits a perfect three from left wing for a 30-27 JPS lead.
12:35–ROS–deflects pass out of bounds.
12:03–ROS–steals ball from Johnson, and goes in for layup–draws foul from Johnson for two FTs, and a 30-29 JPS lead…17-4 tear over last 12:04.
10:42–JPS–Ahmed drives in from left side, and flips in shot as he is fouled, but misses bonus FT for a 32-29 lead.
9:48–ROS–drives left through middle for floater that bounces in for a 32-31 JPS lead.
9:20–JPS–Harris misses shot, but ball goes out of bounds off ROS–JPS ball.
8:04–ROS–travels on drive from left wing.
7:38–JPS–Chowdary picks up his dribble in JPS backcourt, but ROS unable to get steal
7:14–JPS–Sorrell puts back miss by Chowdary for a 34-31 lead.
6:23–JPS–Ahmed kicks out to Johnson for three from right side for a 37-31 lead.
5:22–ROS–gets steal as Johnson loses ball, but almost blows chance to score…Rams get five offensive rebounds including one of a great block by Johnson for a putback, and a 37-33 JPS lead.
5:06–JPS–Chowdary loses ball out of bounds–turnover.
4:20–ROS–gets fouled on the drive, and makes both FTs for a 37-35 JPS lead.
3:49–ROS–steals ball from Chowdary, and goes in for apparent dunk attempt, but changes shot at the last second, and draws foul for one of two FTs and a 37-36 JPS lead.
2:35–ROS–steals JPS pass that leads to layup, and a 38-37 lead.
2:28–JPS–timeout–ROS on a 26-11 surge over last 21:40.
1:50–ROS–steals pass by Harris.
1:15–ROS–nearly throws the ball away.
1:03–ROS–misses shot, and then putback attempt, but draws foul for 1 of 2 FTs and a 39-37 lead.
1:02–ROS–deflects pass out of bounds.
1:00–ROS–gets steal off deflection of inbounds pass.
38.6–ROS–fouled by Harris, and makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 40-37 lead.
27.9–ROS–called for foul on the floor as Stevens was running out of time to get the ball over halfcourt.
8.0–JPS–Ahmed misses drive in for layup…ROS gets rebound.
3.6–ROS–fouled on floor, and makes both ends of bonus for a 42-37 lead.
ROS wins 42-37–finishes game with a 30-11 surge over last 24:08.
ROS goes on an 11-0 tear over last 6:23 for the win.
JPS had trouble inbounding the ball, and getting the ball over halfcourt.
JPS only scored nine points on four field goals in second half
fouls in second half–JPS 10–ROS 2
For the game–JPS scoring
Ahmed–14 points, 3 assists, and a block.
Harris–8 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists, and a block.
Chowdary–4 points and 4 assists.
Sorrell–2 points and 6 rebounds.
ROS–13 field goals including 2 threes, and 14 of 27 FTs.
JPS–17 field goals including 3 treys, and 0 of 1 FTs.
GMC Hoops will be posting the summary on all the action shortly.
RAHWAY, NJ–On Friday evening, the 2011 Rahway Summer League concluded with its Final Four. Both semifinal games as well as the Championship were played. All three games were really competitive with all the contests being decided by five points or less. For the second straight year, a team from Union County won the championship as top seeded Roselle overcame slow starts in both its semifinal and the championship to win both games for the championship. Below are the results from all three games:
2011 Rahway Summer League–Playoff Results–Semifinals and Championship–July 29th
- Semifinal #1–#3 Union Catholic 65–#2 Rahway 61
- Semifinal #2–#1 Roselle 42–#5 J.P. Stevens 37
- Championship– #1 Roselle 48–#3 Union Catholic 46
GMC Hoops will be posting play-by-play from Roselle’s win over J.P. Stevens in the semfinals shortly.