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FHS Sports: Lady Warriors Basketball Team Advances To NJSIAA Sectional Finals

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Jaeda Wildgoose, pictured here in a March 6 game against Westfield, led all scorers in the Lady Warriors 53-45 OT win over Union High School.

The last time the Lady Warriors of Franklin High School played an overtime period in a post-season game, things didn’t work out.

But the March 8 OT in the game against top-seeded Union High School was a different story.

Knotted at 45 at the end of regulation, the Warriors blanked the Farmers 8-0 in the period to take the semi-final game in the NJSIAA North Jersey Section II Group IV semi-finals, 53-45.

The Warriors jumped out to a quick start, leading 8-5 at the end of the first quarter.

They increased that lead t0 23-17 at the half, outscoring Union 15-12 during the second quarter.

The Warriors edged the Framers 14-13 in the third quarter, entering the game’s final eight minutes with a 37-30 lead.

But the Farmer’s poured it on in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Warriors 15-8 and forcing the OT.

Jaeda Wildgoose led all players with 16 points, followed by Adreana Miller with 13 and Alexandra Jackson with 10. Tahirah Scott scored 6 points, and Amiyah Rankins and Mary Trossi each had 4 points.

The Lady Warriors next play teh winner of the East Orange and Bayonne game in the sectional finals. If East Orange wins, they play home, if Bayonne wins, they play away.

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