Boys Basketball Friday Scoreboard, 2/6/15
Class A North
No. 1 CBA 74, Middletown North 48
Junior Pat Andree scored 28 points and the Colts (15-4, 11-1) hammered the Lions (6-10, 4-7) to clinch at least a share of the Class A North division title. Senior Jack Laffey added 18 points and junior Jack McGuire chipped in 14 for CBA.
Sophomore Jules Calhoun led Middletown North with 17 points.
No. 10 Manalapan 44, Freehold Boro 31
Seniors Kyle Mullen and Mike Venezia scored 11 points each and the Braves (11-5, 6-5) topped the Colonials (4-14, 2-10). Josh Dixon led Freehold with 10 points.
No. 4 Freehold Twp. 75, Middletown South 43
Seniors Tyree Wilson and Kyle Czajkowski each scored 15 points and the Patriots (15-4, 9-3) routed the Eagles (6-11, 3-8) to clinch at least a share of the Class A North public division championship.
Class A Central
St. John Vianney 47, Raritan 39
Juniors Grant Goode and Zach Howarth scored 17 points apiece and the Lancers (9-7, 4-5) beat the Rockets (9-10, 3-7), with Goode returning from an ankle injury after a three-week absence. Joe Strand led Raritan with 16 points and Eddie Tynion chipped in 11 in the loss.
Rumson-Fair Haven 76, Monmouth 43
Thomas Famulary scored all of his game-high 20 points in the first half and the Bulldogs (13-4, 8-2) jumped on the Falcons (0-18, 0-11) early and never looked back on the way to a win over Monmouth. Brendan Barry added 13 points and freshman Elijah McCallister posted 10 points and six blocks.
Class A South
Brick Memorial 51, Lacey 30
Joe Hans and Aaron Scheiderman scored 12 points each and the Mustangs (7-9, 6-6) rolled to a win over the Lions (3-11, 2-8). Conor Davies led Lacey with a game-high 16 points.
Class B North
Neptune 69, Ocean 34
The Scarlet Fliers (11-7, 6-6) routed the Spartans (5-11, 2-8) for their eight straight win after a 3-7 start.
No. 5 Red Bank 68, Long Branch 60
Class B South
Manchester 73, Central 61 (OT)
Junior Jordan Torney scored 10 of his career-high 37 points in overtime and the Hawks (12-4, 10-2) rallied from a 15-point third-quarter deficit to stun the Golden Eagles (9-8, 7-5) and spoil a landmark night for Central senior Evan Lang.
Lang scored his 1,000th point on a free throw with 4:23 left in the third quarter to put Central ahead 49-36 and the Golden Eagles went up 51-36 before Manchester closed the game by outscoring Central 37-10 over the final 15 minutes.
Hawks senior Shavar Reynolds added 21 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter and overtime. Reynolds scored six points in the final 1:40, including a contested three-pointer from the left wing that gave Manchester a 60-59 advantage with 48 seconds left in the fourth, its first lead since 9-8 in the first quarter. He also hit one of two free throws with 20.8 seconds left to tie the game at 20.8 seconds left.
Lang and senior Anthony Arneth both led Central with 20 points each.
Pinelands 43, Jackson Liberty 40
Junior David Lunn scored 15 points to go with 12 rebounds and six assists as the Wildcats (9-8, 5-7) rallied for a win over the Lions (1-14, 0-12) after trailing for nearly all of the first three quarters. Devonnaire Stallworth led Jackson Liberty with 17 points, including five three-pointers.
Donovan Catholic 63, No. 8 Toms River South 62
Senior James Fata scored off a feed from senior Alex Morte with five seconds left to give Donovan Catholic the lead and the Griffins (9-6) held on to knock off the Indians (10-6). Fata finished with 11 points, while Mike Boice led Donovan Catholic with 16 points.
Riley Collins also added 12 points for Donovan Catholic and Morte went 7-for-7 from the line in a nine-point effort.
Senior Tymere Berry scored a game-high 28 points to lead Toms River South, while classmate Khaleel Greene added 14 in defeat.
Calvary Academy 61, Henry Hudson 57