Shore Conference Boys Basketball Friday Scoreboard, 1/5/24 Powered by HiLYTE
Manalapan 71, Middletown North 57
Freshman Joe Farino hit five three-pointers on the way to a career-high 26 points and the Braves racked up 53 points in the second half to run away with a win over the Lions.
Junior Aiden Sosinov posted a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds and senior Phil Pearlman chipped in 11 points for Manalapan.
No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 43, No. 12 Marlboro 42
Junior Davey Carr banked in a shot in the lane as time expired and the Bulldogs won a thriller on the road over the Mustangs.
Carr finished with a team-high 14 points and scored the last five Rumson points, including 3-for-4 from the free-throw line to cut a 42-38 deficit to 42-41 in order to set up the finish.
Rumson took two timeouts on its final possession -- one with 24 seconds left and another with six left to draw up the final play.
Sophomore Luke Cruz also poured in 13 points for Rumson, including two of Rumson's seven three-pointers. Carr also knocked down three from beyond the arc.
Senior Brave Haugh led Marlboro with a game-high 17 points and classmate Steve Scimone added 11 for Marlboro, which played without freshman starter Nolan Gong (illness).
No. 5 CBA 72, Middletown South 46
Junior Justin Fuerbacher poured in 19 points to go with 10 rebounds and the Colts pulled away from the Eagles with a big fourth quarter that closed out their third straight win.
Senior Peter Noble added 14 points for CBA, which closed the game on a 27-10 run.
Junior Brady Hahn scored 15 points and senior Will Nugent chipped in 12 to lead Middletown South.
No. 9 Colts Neck 63, Freehold Twp. 36
Senior Vova Trotsko poured in 25 points and the Cougars coasted to a win over the Patriots.
Senior Brandon Norero led Freehold Township with 10 points.
Matawan 54, Neptune 42
Junior Chauncey Brown put up 22 points, six rebounds and five assists and senior teammate Colin Chechel posted a 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Huskies to a win over the Scarlet Fliers.
Freshman Christian Brown also pitched in eight points for Matawan.
No. 8 Holmdel 66, No. 7 Ranney 48
Senior James Vallillo scored 25 points to go with six assists and the Hornets rolled to a win over the Panthers.
Sophomore Jack Vallillo added 10 points and senior Nick Seeloch -- who missed Holmdel's last six games while recovering from a burst appendix -- returned to the court for the first time since opening night and contributed eight points and six assists.
Senior Drew Buck led Ranney with 17 points and six rebounds while junior MeSean Williams added 13 points in the loss.
Long Branch 45, Wall 33
Senior Peter Da Cruz scored 17 points and inhaled 23 rebounds to help carry the Green Wave over the Crimson Knights.
Junior Joseph Corley added six points and eight rebounds to support the Long Branch effort.
St. John Vianney 60, Point Boro 47
Senior Deon Jackson took the game over with 18 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Lancers to a win over the Panthers.
Senior Emanuel Domingo filled the stat sheet with eight points, nine rebounds and six blocked shots, while senior Dylan Costa handed out six assists for St. John Vianney.
Juniors Drew Cardia and T.J. Jordan each scored nine points to led Point Boro.
Barnegat 75, Lakewood 36
Senior Jamari Smith scored 14 points and junior Kyle Greenleaf threw in 13 to pace the Bengals to a runaway win over the Piners.
Junior Rahmel Anderson led Lakewood with 13 points.
Lacey 66, Point Beach 45
Senior Logan Brash scored 17 points and junior John Stabile turned in another all-around effort with 16 points, five rebounds, six assists and three blocks to lead the Lions over the Garnet Gulls.
No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 60, Northern Highlands 53
Junior Ryan Prior and Tyler Burnham each scored 15 points and the Caseys came to life in the second half to take down the Highlanders.
Prior hit two of RBC's eight three-pointers and Burnham scored 13 of his points after halftime to help the Caseys outscore Northern Highlands, 39-26. Senior Alec Montana drained three threes for nine points in the win, while senior Colin Cavanaugh scored all eight of his points in the fourth quarter to help RBC close it out.
Junior Lucas Dipasupil scored a game-high 31 points for Northern Highlands -- his second game of 30 or more points in his team's last three.