By Nicholas Lowe SSN Contributor 

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#5 Manasquan goes on the road and gets revenge on #3 St Rose 44-29

In a rematch of C North rivals, #5 Manasquan went into the MAAC and came away with a resounding 44-29 win over #3 St Rose.  Manasquan started the game on a 10-2 run, quieting the St Rose faithful in the standing room only crowd.  Katie Collins and Olivia Shaughnessy combined for 10 of Manasquan’s 17 first quarter points as Manasquan held a 17-7 lead at the end of 1.
The second quarter saw much of the same, as Manasquan controlled the tempo en route to a 27-17 halftime lead.  Collins had 10 of Manasquan’s 17, and Jada Lynch led St Rose with 6 at the half.
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Manasquan Sr. Rylyn Orlando. Photo by Ray Rich Photography
The offense in the third quarter came to a grinding halt, as both teams had multiple turnovers to start the quarter.  Not helping the matter was the refs starting calling a very tight game in the second half.  Lynch was saddled with foul trouble for most of the second half before fouling out with under 4 minutes left in the game.  Both teams could not get into a flow as the whistles blew and frequent substitutions were made.  The teams combined for 5 third quarter points as Manasquan held a 28-29 lead after 3.
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St. Rose Jr. Maggle Cavavaugh. Photo by Ray Rich Photography
The fourth quarter saw Manasquan take advantage of St Roses foul woes, making 10/14 free throws to put the game away.  Faith Masonius scored 9 of her 14 points in the 4th and grabbed 8 of her 11 boards in the frame as well.  Rosie Scognamiglio did what she could to keep the Purple Roses close, scoring a team high 12 points.  St Rose played without senior leader Maggie Cavanaugh, who was injured in their win over Wall on Tuesday.  Both teams are now tied at 6-1 atop the C North division.



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