Girls WOBM Christmas Classic - Bracket

Quarterfinals

At Toms River Athletic Center

(3) Ewing 57, (6) Marlboro 37

Mya Grimes scored 23 points and Kiyla Peterson added 15 to lead the Blue Devils over the Mustangs and into the WOBM semifinals on Friday. Jessica Broad led Marlboro with a game-high 26 points.

(2) Toms River North 48, (7) Wall 43

Junior Jenna Paul scored a game-high 24 points and the defending champion Mariners held off the Crimson Knights to advance to the WOBM semifinals Friday against Ewing. Senior Lauren Karabin led Wall with 21 points.

(5) Middletown South 60, (13) Brick Memorial 47

Junior Isla Brennan scored a game-high 21 points and the Eagles cruised into the WOBM semifinals with a win over the Mustangs. Jenna Schiessel led Brick Memorial with 13 points.

(1) Manchester 68, (8) Colts Neck 29

Freshman Destiny Adams scored a game-high 23 points and the Hawks cruised to a win over the Cougars to reach the WOBM semifinals for the first time. Sophomore Kamari Reynolds and junior Dakota Adams each added 14 points for Manchester.

Camryn Foltz led Colts Neck with 10 points.

Consolation

At Toms River Athletic Center

(11) Toms River South 50, (14) Point Boro 27

Emily Donzati scored 14 points and Shiloh Williams added 13 to lead the Indians past the Panther and give coach Kim Peto her first career win. Morgan Woods led Point Boro with 11 points.

(10) Neptune 43, (15) Central 36 (OT)

Makayla Andrews scored 31 of Neptune's 43 points and the Scarlet Fliers outlasted the Golden Eagles. Mercedes Corbin led Central with 19 points.

At Toms River North Gym

(12) Toms River East 56, (4) Donovan Catholic 31

Kamryn Lister scored 23 points and Jordyn Madigan added 14 to lead the Raiders past the Griffins. Jayda Kearney led Donovan Catholic with seven points.

(9) Red Bank 65, (16) Sayreville 50

Meghan Murray scored 21 points and Bridget Tobin added 16 to lead the Bucs over the Bombers. Janeva Holldan led Sayreville with 12 points.

 

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