Class A North
Howell at Manalapan

Marlboro 50, Freehold Twp. 21

Senior swing Jessica Broad deposited 14 points to pace the Mustangs (13-6, 10-2), who zipped out to a 19-2 cushion after one quarter. Junior guard Gisella Romeo chipped in with eight points in the triumph while the Marlboro defense limited Freehold Twp. (7-12, 5-6) to a total of five field goals.

Colts Neck 61, Freehold Boro 28

Sophomore Camryn Foltz accounted for 17 points and senior Cara Volpe netted 15 for Colts Neck (14-5, 10-1), which turned a 17-4 outburst in the second quarter into a 28-10 halftime lead en route to securing at least a share of the A North title. Junior Eva Gibson added 11 points in the triumph.

 

Class A Central

Holmdel 51, Matawan 44

Red Bank 58, Raritan 33

Megan Murray poured in 20 points to go with six steals, Bridget Tobin clicked for 17 points (matching her season high) and handed out seven assists and Caitlyn Decker finished with 10 points and three steals to guide the Bucs (10-10, 5-6), who avenged a 51-47 setback to the Rockets on Jan. 12.

Rumson-Fair Haven 67, Shore 44

Senior guard Tori Hyduke connected for 26 points. sophomore forward Lucy Adams offered 13 and freshman guard Cortland McBarron ended with 12 as the Bulldogs (14-6, 10-1) got an uplifting inspiration with the return senior Mikaela McGarvey from a torn ACL in time for Senior Night. Breanna Jackson and Madison LaRosa netted 14 apiece for Shore (8-12, 0-11).

 

Class A South

Southern 45, Brick 27

Jackson Memorial 48, Toms River East 41

 

Class B North

Manasquan 65, Middletown North 34

Red Bank Catholic 67, Middletown South 24

The veteran trio of Rose Caverly (13 points), Amanda Hart (11 points), Katie Rice (10 points) and Hayley Moore (eight points) celebrated Senior Night by sparking the Caseys (16-4, 11-2). Red Bank Catholic, which drilled nine 3-pointers, built a 36-7 advantage by halftime. Kayla Richardson netted nine to top Middletown South (8-11, 5-8).

Long Branch 60, Wall 56

Keidy Mar Laureano collected 19 points and 20 rebounds for her fourth consecutive double-double and eighth of the season while Angelique Gathers supplied a complimentary 22 points, four rebounds and three assists as the Green Wave (11-9, 5-8) parlayed an 18-5 outburst in the third quarter into a 39-34 advantage. Long Branch extended its winning streak to four. Lauren Karabin paced Wall (8-11, 6-7) with 28 points while Nikki Russo scored 11 and Tara Casuccio had 10.

Monmouth 38, Ocean 30

Precious Allah picked up four assists, three steals and three rebounds to balance her game-high 19 points for the Falcons (7-13. 5-8), who overcame a three-point deficit with five minutes showing in the fourth quarter. Morgan Bartlett led Ocean (3-17, 0-14) with 16 points.

 

Class B Central

St. Rose 65, Trinity Hall 40

Senior guard Mikayla Markham pumped in a team-high 16 points on the strength of four 3-pointers, senior swing Lucy Thomas contributed 11 points, nine rebounds and five assists and junior guard Lauren Lithgow scored 10 for St. Rose (19-1, 14-0), which secured the B Central crown. Bridget Andree led Trinity Hall (18-2, 12-2) with 22 points and seven boards.

 

Class B South

Barnegat 38, Point Boro 32
Senior guard Shannon McCoy sank a game-high 16 points and senior forward Ginalee Erskine added nine for the Bengals (12-7, 9-4), who closed on a 14-8 showing in the fourth quarter. Junior Allie Delaney topped Point Boro (5-14, 4-9) with 15 points and seven rebounds.

 

Non-Conference

Christ the King (NY) 60, St. John Vianney 53

Junior swing Sajda Bonner delivered a game-high 20 points in a losing cause as the Lady Lancers (19-1) suffered their first setback of the season in Middle Village. Christ the King, which got 13 points and 17 rebounds from Kaelynn Satterfield and 19 points out of Nina Richards, opened a 33-20 advantage by halftime.

 

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