2024 All-Shore Final Vote Winners

Jack Fitzpatrick, Jr., 6-1, Guard, Henry Hudson

2023-24 Stats: 22.0 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.8 steals, 47 3-pointers

It had been more than 30 years since Henry Hudson won 20 games and a Shore Conference division championship and perhaps the most impressive part about the Admirals ending that drought this season is it came only one year after they did not win any games within Class B Central divisional play. Henry Hudson’s young 2022-23 foundation took the next step this season, led by Fitzpatrick and his breakout junior year. The Admirals guard led the Shore Conference in scoring – both total and per-game – and he did it with consistency. Fitzpatrick scored 20 or more points in 17 of his team’s 26 games and in his team’s two biggest wins of the year – a 49-47 regular-season win over Shore and a 49-43 NJSIAA Central Jersey Group I quarterfinal win over defending sectional champion Eagle Academy – he led the way with 18 points in each. Fitzpatrick is due back for one more year at Henry Hudson, along with three other starters and a couple of bench contributors, giving the Admirals hope for an even better season in 2024-25.

Jason Larned, Sr., 6-3, Guard, Manasquan

2023-24 Stats: 8.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 75 FT%

While Fitzpatrick was the highest-scoring player on the All-Shore Final Vote ballot, Larned was the lowest. That does not do justice, however, to the value Larned delivered while playing on the No. 2 team in the Shore Conference this season. In his first and only season as a varsity starter, Larned was both a breakout player and an underrated star for Manasquan, which opened the season trying to replace three starters from the 2022-23 Group II championship team. Larned was one of the three new starters and he quickly made his presence felt, posting 13 points and eight rebounds in a December win over Group I champion College Achieve and later scoring a season-high 21 points in a win over Red Bank Catholic at the WOBM Christmas Classic. Larned suffered a thumb injury in a win over Christian Brothers Academy on Jan. 6, but did not let it stop him from playing and contributing in Manasquan’s trips to the Shore Conference Tournament final and Group II semifinals. Larned averaged 12.3 points, seven rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.3 blocks in Manasquan’s three SCT wins and he hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 43 seconds left in the Warriors’ come-from-behind, 36-30 win over Rumson-Fair Haven in the Central Group II championship game.

All-Shore Final Vote Results

Group A

PlayerVotesVote %
Jack Fitzpatrick, Henry Hudson2,37554.43
Jason Larned, Manasquan88519.91
Brady Hahn, Midd South2776.23
Colin Cavanaugh, RBC1533.44
Nick Seeloch, Holmdel1393.13

Group B

Alex Konov, Manasquan68332.01
Jason McKelvey, TR East29914.01
James Vallillo, Holmdel26212.28
Luke Cruz, Rumson-FH1898.86
Aiden Sosinov, Manalapan1838.58


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