Two of the GMC Blue’s best tussle when South River girls visit Middlesex

South River’s Tiffany Fischer recently joined the 1,000-point club. (Source: Twitter)

The Middlesex Blue Jays have been the epitome of small school dominance in the GMC for several years now.

In fact, you’d have to go back to January 31, 2018 to find the last time they lost a Blue Division game. It’s been 42 straight wins for Kevin Harper’s ballclub in divisional play, even if it almost ended Wednesday night against Spotswood, which incidentally, was the last team the beat them in a division game.

Friday evening, the Blue Jays (10-2) will face South River (9-4), the team that has been solid enough, but consistently played second-fiddle to Middlesex long enough, that it’s prompted eleventh-season head coach Mike Feaster – a former basketball and football standout for the Rams – to use it as motivation for tonight’s matchup.

You can hear the game on Central Jersey Sports Radio Friday night, with tip-off at 6:00 from Middlesex. Mike Pavlichko has the call, with pregame starting at approximately 5:45 pm. Click here to listen.

The Lady Rams lost the first meeting between the teams on January 7th, 49-37 in South River. That’s the only divisional loss by either team this season.

Click below to hear from both head coaches, as they talk about their seasons, most recent game, and tonight’s matchup:

Middlesex head coach Kevin Harper
South River head coach Mike Feaster

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