Boys Basketball Friday Scoreboard, 1/29/16
Class A North
Howell 71, Freehold Boro 56
Sophomore Brandon Wilson led a balanced scoring effort with 14 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Rebels topped the Colonials.
Senior Connor MacLeod added 12 points for Howell, while sophomore Nasiem Brantley pitched in 11 points and seven rebounds and junior Dan Cacciatore added 10 points, five rebound and four assists.
Junior Markee Gill and junior Dan Mastrianni led Freehold Boro with 13 points apiece.
No. 1 CBA 77, Manalapan 63
Senior Pat Andree scored 30 points and the Colts stormed out to a 26-5 lead and never looked back during win over the Braves.
Senior Sam Houston added 16 points for CBA.
Class A South
Jackson Memorial 60, Toms River East 56
Junior Andrew Trent posted 19 points and nine rebounds and the Jaguars knocked off the Raiders after losing to Toms River East by 28 points in the first meeting between the two teams. Since that loss, Jackson Memorial with 5-2 with its only losses coming against Toms River North and Southern - the top two teams in the A South standings.
Senior Chris Hawryluk added 13 points and five rebounds and junior Nick Barba chipped in 12 points and six rebounds for the Jaguars.
Junior Phil Lingat led Toms River East with a game-high 23 points. Sophomore Zyaire Dorn added 14 points in the loss.
Lacey 56, Brick Memorial 32
Junior Geoff Faiclough scored 18 points and the Lions picked up their first divisional win by beating the Mustangs. Senior Vinnie DellaVolla added 15 points and freshman Kevin O'Rourke netted 11 in the win.
Brick 67, Toms River South 61 (OT)
Senior Kenny Buell scored a career-high 33 points and the Green Dragons beat the Indians in an A South overtime battle. Senior Nik Tartaglione added 20 points and 10 rebounds for Brick.
No. 5 Toms River North 62, Southern 60 (OT)
Senior Pat Marinaccio scored 15 points and came up a crucial steal to set up a game-tying layup by Jaden Rhoden with 42 seconds left before the Mariners edged the Rams in overtime to remain unbeaten in Class A South.
Rhoden finished with 14 - all of which came after halftime - and senior Hunter Petrick poured in a team-high 17 for Toms River North.
Senior Peyton Wejnert led Southern with 30 points and 16 rebounds and gave his team a 49-48 lead on a three-point play with 1:32 left in regulation. Sophomore Ethan Dubois added 19 points and five assists and scored off a steal to stretch the lead to 51-48 with 1:11 left.
Marinaccio then hit the front end of a 1-and-1 and stripped sophomore Jake Dubois as he was going up for a layup on the other end. Marinaccio dribbled up the floor and hit Rhoden for a transition layup to tie the game.
Junior Darrion Carrington blocked a shot attempt on the final Southern possession, then scored four points in overtime to help Toms River South take a six-point lead with 53.7 seconds left.
Class B Central
Henry Hudson 56, Keansburg 43
Senior Tom DeFellippo scored 20 points and added four assists and four steals to help the Admirals top the Titans. Anthony Larue chipped in 10 points for Henry Hudson.
Junior Quentin Godfrey led Keansburg with 16 points.
No. 6 Ranney 78, Point Beach 55
Freshman Bryan Antoine scored 28 points and the Panthers pulled away from a win over the Garnet Gulls. Antoine also had four rebounds and four steals.
Junior Joe Mahoney added 12 of his 14 points in the second half and Freshman Chris Autino posted 12 points and six rebounds. Freshman Scottie Lewis chipped in 11 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks for Ranney.
Sophomore Danny Frauenheim led Point Beach with 16 points while senior Jimmy Panzini chipped in 14 points and senior Mike Rice added 12 in the loss.
St. Rose 68, Asbury Park 58
Seniors John Krotulis and Billy Frost scored 15 points apiece and the Purple Roses beat the Blue Bishops for the second time this season. Juniro Brendan Hueth also scored 10 points for St. Rose.
NyRhique Smith scored 22 points to lead Asbury Park, which was Smith's first high school action in N.J. since he was a freshman at Monmouth Regional in 2012-13. Junior Christian Braggs also scored 17 points in the loss.
Class B South
Jackson Liberty 53, Central 47
Freshman Dan Sofield scored 18 points to help the Lions outlast the Golden Eagles. Senior Somto Emenuga added 12 points while junior Nico Montano poured in 11 for Jackson Liberty.
Junior Maks Gruszecki led Central with 20 points.
No. 9 Lakewood 62, Donovan Catholic 58
Senior Amir Tyler scored 18 points to go along with four rebounds, five assists and four steals as the Piners fought off the Griffins on the road to earn a regular-season sweep of their division rivals.
Senior Sean Barksdale added 17 points and senior Ryszon Barnes chipped in 14 for Lakewood, which trailed by two heading into the fourth quarter after taking a 25-15 lead to halftime.
Senior Riley Collins led Donovan Catholic with 23 points, five rebounds and five assists. Senior Kevin Singleton chipped in 16 points, five rebounds and four steals, while senior Mike Boice posted 15 points, 10 rebounds and four steals in defeat.
No. 8 Manchester 61, Point Boro 35
Senior Shavar Reynolds scored a game-high 19 points, including the 1,000th of his career on a putback in the second quarter, to help the Hawks beat the Panthers. Reynolds also grabbed seven rebounds and handed out nine assists during his landmark day.
Junior L.J. Robinson contributed 16 points and senior Israel Almestica chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds for Manchester.
Pinelands 54, Barnegat 42
Senior Luke Stambaugh scored 22 points and added four assists and four steals as the Wildcats rode a dominant first half to a win over the Bengals. Pinelands took a 34-12 lead to the break.
Senior Dave Lunn added nine points, 12 rebounds, four assists and six steals for Pinelands.
Sophomore Alex Grogan led Barnegat with 18 points.
Marlboro 64, St. John Vianney 60
Junior Daniel Weiss scored 18 points and classmate P.J. Ringel added 16 to help the Mustangs top the Lancers. Freshman Dyla Kaufman added 12 points for Marlboro.
Senior Zach Howarth led St. John Vianney with 12 points.
Red Bank Catholic 74, Academy of Urban Leadership 62
Senior Eddie Hahn scored a game-high 27 points and 15 different RBC players scored as the Caseys rolled to a out-of-conference home win over the Academy of Urban Leadership.
Matawan 65, South Plainfield 53
Sophomore Michael Dunne connected on five three-pointers and finished with a game-high 21 points to help the Huskies beat the Tigers in a non-conference match-up.
Senior Randy Meyers added 18 points and 11 rebounds and senior Mergim Gjyriqi poured in 16 points in the win.