Vineland head coach Will Breese honored the school's past and present female athletes, particularly celebrating the 115-year history of girls' basketball at the school during the Millville-Vineland rivalry game. The girls' basketball program was one of the first in the state, beginning in 1909, and the event also recognized conference championship teams, players with 1,000 career points, and the development of the game itself.

By the Numbers
  • Vineland girls' basketball program started in 1909
  • The game transitioned from 6-on-6 to 5-on-5 in 1975 and fully incorporated boys' game rules in 1984
  • Vineland honored its conference championship teams from 2010-11 and 2020-21
  • 11 players were recognized for achieving 1,000 career points
State of Play
  • Vineland celebrated the 115-year history of girls' basketball during the Millville-Vineland rivalry game, highlighting the achievements and evolution of the program
  • Millville captured its second straight win, raising its record to 8-10
  • Junior Brianne Edwards delivered a career-high 22 points for Millville in the game, contributing to the team's success under first-year head coach Stephanie Labas
  • Final score: Millville 57, Vineland 44
Bottom Line

Vineland head coach Will Breese celebrated the rich history of girls' basketball at the school, honoring past and present female athletes, while Millville secured a significant win under first-year head coach Stephanie Labas, showing considerable progress and improvement.