High Point prettier in pink than Newton

Wildcats beat Braves in girls basketball


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  • Newton's Maddie Gore takes the ball towards the basket in the first period. Gore scored a team-high 20 points. Photos by George Leroy Hunter




  • A Newton Brave handles the ball as a High Point Wildcat reaches in.




  • Newton's Madison Leonardo advances the ball against High Point defenders. Leonardo scored two points.




  • High Point's Emily Mulvoy made three steals and four assists.




  • Newton's Jenny Boyer dribbles the ball in the second period. Boyer scored two points.




  • High Point's Margo Peterson scored 23 points and had nine rebounds.




  • High Point's Trisha Peterson tosses the ball. Peterson contributed eight points, four rebounds, and six assists.




  • High Point's Margo Peterson moves the ball on the court.




Wantage — High Point Regional High School (Wantage Township, N.J.) defeated Newton High School (Newton, N.J.) in girls varsity basketball on Saturday, January 20, 2018. The final score was 49-31. The eighth annual Pretty in Pink Showcase took place at High Point Regional High School. The High Point Wildcats wore black uniforms with pink numbers. The Newton Braves wore pink uniforms with black numbers. The game raised money for cancer research and awareness.

High Point's Margo Peterson scored 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Tyra Wingle scored 14 points. Trisha Peterson scored eight points, grabbed four rebounds, and made six assists in the win.

Maddie Gore led Newton with 20 points.

Team records High Point Wildcats 10-1. Newton Braves 8-4.










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