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Howell 66, Brick 33 - Watch Live

Junior Zach Emery scored 17 points and classmate Joe Dupuis added 15 to lead the Rebels (3-0) to a third straight win of the season by taming the Green Dragons (0-1).

Senior Ty Williams led Brick with 15 points.

Keansburg 63, Point Beach 60 (OT) - Watch Live

Senior Davon Jackson scored a career-high 38 points - including eight in overtime - and the Titans (1-2) outlasted the Garnet Gulls (0-1) for their first win of the season.

Jackson now has the two highest single-game scoring totals in the Shore Conference this season (35 and 38) and is averaging 31.3 points through three games.

Senior Joe Coakley led Point Beach with 19 points, while junior Anthony Longo added 14 and junior Andrew Laumbach pitched in 12 in the loss. Sophomore Kevin Burns also scored five of his nine points in the fourth quarter to help Point Beach push the game into overtime.

Mater Dei Prep 65, Keyport 48 - Watch Live

Junior Derek Rogona scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help the Seraphs (1-2) get past the Red Raiders (2-1).

Junior Anthony Tancredi added 14 points, seven rebounds and four blocks while junior Kyree Drake pitched in seven points and six assists.

Junior D.J. Thomson led Keyport with 18 points and junior Anthony Longo chipped in nine in the loss.

Brick Memorial 70, Lakewood 16 - Watch Live

Sophomore Dorian Alston scored 15 points and classmate Brian Starrett added 14 as the Mustangs (3-0) cruised to a third straight win to open the season by handling the Piners (0-3). Junior Jason Ellerbrock also chipped in nine points for Brick Memorial.

Donovan Catholic 62, Toms River East 37 - Watch Live

Junior Amari Ayala-Petty scored 13 of his game-high 21 points in the first quarter and the Griffins (2-1) rolled to a win over the Raiders (0-2).

Junior Dylan Orosz added 15 points and senior Trevor Pruitt chipped in nine for Donovan Catholic.

Senior Charlie Monica led Toms River East with 10 points.

Asbury Park 75, Henry Hudson 45 - Watch Live

Sophomore Jai'Sun Brown scored 20 points and plucked nine rebounds to lead the Blue Bishops (3-0) past the Admirals (0-1) for their third straight win to open the season.

Sophomore Sha'Born Goodman added 17 points, five assists and nine steals while senior Mikai Brown-Jones posted 16 points, four boards and two steals for Asbury Park.

Senior James Crowley scored 19 points and senior Trevor Hendrickson added 13 to lead Henry Hudson.

Central 57, Jackson Memorial 52 - Watch Live

Junior Justin Soranno scored 18 points and senior I-Meer Johnson added 12 to lead the Golden Eagles (2-1) over the Jaguars (0-3).

Sophomore Keith Adame led Jackson Memorial with 17 points and senior Ryan Rankins chipped in 11 in the loss.

Manchester 40, Pinelands 38 - Watch Live

Senior Savon Myers scored 21 points to carry his Hawks (3-0) to the finish line over the Wildcats (0-3).

While Myers accounted for better than half of Manchester's points, Pinelands held the supporting cast in check, with junior Wyatt Haselbauer leading that group with eight points.

Senior Josh Kline led Pinelands with 13 points, while juniors Rian O'Rourke and Aiden Skeie each scored eight in the loss.

Toms River North 55, Toms River South 40 - Watch Live

Senior Ethan Paul, senior Brandon Bowens and junior A.J. Emnace each scored 12 points and the Mariners (2-1) topped the Indians (1-2) to take game one of the rivalry showdown this week.

Junior Gavin Migliori led Toms River South with a game-high 20 points and senior John Huber adder 20 in the loss.

No. 7 Holmdel 67, Middletown North 48 - Watch Live ($)

No. 8 Neptune 67, No. 6 Wall 64 - Watch Live ($)

Junior Oneil Campbell scored a career-high 19 points and the Scarlet Fliers (1-2) exacted a measure of revenge over the Crimson Knights (0-1) in a rematch of an overtime classic in last year's NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III championship game - won by Wall.

Seniors Sam Fagan and Andre Harris each added 12 points, with Fagan adding six assists and Harris canning four three-pointers.

Sophomore Mike Daniels capped his seven-point night with a three-point play that gave Neptune a 66-64 lead with 29 seconds to go. Fagan had given Neptune a 63-62 lead by rebounding his own miss and banking in a floater before Wall junior Colin Ackerman answered with a pair of go-ahead free throws with 44 seconds left to put Wall up 64-63.

Ackerman scored a game-high 26 points to lead Wall while senior teammate Pat Lacey poured in 18 in the loss. Seniors Logan Peters and Tom Palluzzi each added 10 points to round out the Wall scoring.

No. 4 CBA 65, Freehold Boro 40 - Watch Live

Senior Colin Farrell pumped in a game-high 21 points and the Colts (1-1) raced past the Colonials (2-1) for their first win of 2021.

Senior Dane Moran dropped 15 points and classmate Mike White contributed 11 for CBA. Sophomore Will Bradley also pitched in eight points in the win.

Senior Jiasion Carpenter led Freehold Boro with 16 points.

No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 70, Shore 36 - Watch Live ($)

Junior Cyril Arvanitis scored a game-high 23 point - all in the first and third quarters - and the Caseys (3-0) coasted past the Blue Devils (1-2) for their third lopsided win to open the season.

Arvanitis opened the game with 13 points in the first quarter and poured in 10 more in the third to cap his night scoring.

Junior Alex Bauman added 11 points, while freshmen Gio Panzini (nine points ) and Zach Meeks (eight) combined for 17 points for Red Bank Catholic.

Senior John Smith led Shore with 12 points on four three-pointers and classmate Tyler Tilton added nine in the loss.

Colts Neck 57, St. John Vianney 52 - Watch Live ($)

Senior Stephen Ciccarone led a trio of Colts Neck scorers in double-figures with 21 points and the Cougars (1-2) outlasted the Lancers (1-1) for their first win of the season.

Senior Richie Lee poured in 18 points and sophomore Will Surdez chipped in 14, giving the Ciccarone-Lee-Surdez trio 53 of Colts Neck's 57 points.

Junior Nate Williams led St. John Vianney with 24 points and eight rebounds.

 

Postponements and Cancellations

Matawan at Raritan – PPD, Friday, 3:45 p.m.

St. Rose at Ocean, 5:30 p.m. - Canceled

Lacey at Southern – Canceled

Point Boro at Jackson Liberty – Canceled

 

Non-Division

Long Branch at Barnegat – Canceled