Boys Basketball Shore Conference (NJ) Saturday Scores and Streams, 2/27/21
Shore Conference Pod Play
Lacey 69, Toms River East 33 - Watch
Sophomores Chris Venturoso and Carson Howard each logged a 20-plus-point double-double and the Lions (5-3) closed out their regular season with a win over the Raiders (1-11).
Venturoso finished with 23 points and 12 rebounds while Howard put up 21 points and 11 boards. Sophomore Troy Buxton also chipped in 10 points and four assists for Lacey.
Rumson-Fair Haven 82, Long Branch 56 - Watch Live ($)
Junior Geoff Schroeder scored 19 points and classmate Scott Gyimesi added 17 to lead the Bulldogs (6-4) over the Green Wave (2-9). Junior Charlie Jones also chipped in eight points and eight rebounds for Rumson.
Shore 48, Monmouth 32 - Watch
Senior Tyler Tilton scored 18 points on Senior Day and the Blue Devils (4-5) locked down the Falcons (4-6). Sophomore Brett Sweeney added nine points and senior Chris Kessler chipped in eight for Shore.
Point Boro 50, Jackson Liberty 35 - Watch
Junior Kai Messeroll scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Panthers (3-6) to a win over the Lions (6-6).
Junior Matt Lee added 12 points for Point Boro thanks to 9-for-10 shooting from the free-throw line, while sophomore Dan Coughlan pitched in eight points and 11 rebounds in the win.
Junior Dallas Weisse scored 11 points and senior Dubem Emenuga added 10 to lead Jackson Liberty
Manchester 51, Jackson Memorial 47 - Watch
Senior Josh Glenn scored a team-high 13 points, including a go-ahead jumper with 2:30 left to give Manchester the lead for good at 46-45, and the Hawks (8-2) battled past the Jaguars (1-6).
Juniors Savon Myers and D'Maari Brown each added 12 points for Manchester, while sophomore Samir Padilla led Jackson Memorial with a game-high 19 points.
St. John Vianney 35, St. Rose 32 - Watch
Senior Nate Williams scored a game-high 16 points and the Lancers (6-5) edged the Purple Roses (1-6) in a defense-heavy battle in Belmar. Freshman Dylan Seay added eight points and eight rebounds for St. John Vianney.
Sophomore Connor Howard sank two free throws to seal the win for St. John Vianney.
No. 8 Wall 68, Middletown North 41 - Watch
Senior Pat Lacey scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds and the Crimson Knights (5-7) dominated the Lions (6-6) in the second half after trailing by one at halftime.
Senior Logan Peters put up 14 points and 11 rebounds for Wall, which held Middletown North to just 12 second-half points after the Lions grabbed a 29-28 lead at halftime.
Senior Tom Palluzzi also chipped in 13 points and seven rebounds and junior Colin Ackerman had nine points and six assists for Wall.
Junior Matt Kenny scored nine of his 11 points in the first half to lead Middletown North and junior Tommy Giannone scored all nine of his before the break for the Lions.
No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 69, No. 7 Holmdel 48 - Watch
Junior Alex Bauman scored 25 points to go with 10 rebounds and the Caseys (9-0) rolled through the previously-unbeaten Hornets (7-1) to extend their perfect start to the season.
Junior C.J. Ruoff added 14 points, freshman Gio Panzini put up 13 points and seven rebounds and freshman Zach Meeks contributed nine points and 11 rebounds for Red Bank Catholic.
Senior Alex Baker led Holmdel with 19 points and eight rebounds, with classmate Ryan Bradley contributing eight points, nine boards and two blocks.
Raritan 64, Roselle Park 21 - Watch
Junior Justin Rivera scored 16 points and the Rockets (7-4) routed the Rams (2-10) with 11 players entering the scoring column for Raritan. Sophomore Lucas LaVilla added 13 points in the win.
No. 1 Manasquan 62, Life Center Academy 53 - Watch
Junior Ben Roy scored 17 of his game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter and dished out four assists as the Warriors (9-0) rallied from an eight-point deficit after three to top Life Center (4-5).
Roy hit a three-pointer as he was fouled to open the fourth, cutting Life Center's lead to 43-38. Connor Walsh (six points, 10 rebounds, four blocks) gave Manasquan the lead on a putback to make it 44-43 and Roy capped a 12-0 run with a 28-foot three-pointer to give Manasquan a 47-43 advantage with five minutes to go.
Roy gave Manasquan the lead for good with a tie-breaking three-point play with a little more than two minutes left to play.
Senior Jack Collins scored 18 of his 24 points in the first half and added seven rebounds and three steals for Manasquan, which led, 16-6, after the first quarter but surrendered the lead when Life Center went on a 22-10 run. Roy hit a three to end the half and give the Warriors a 29-28 edge going to the locker room.
No. 4 Marlboro at Freehold Twp. – Canceled
Middletown South at Middletown North – Canceled
Manasquan at Bergen Catholic – Canceled
Red Bank at Matawan – Canceled