Shore Conference Boys Basketball Saturday Scoreboard, 1/6/24 — Powered by HiLYTE
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College Achieve Asbury Park 72, Gill St. Bernard’s 54
Jebron Harris scored a team-high 16 points with four three-pointers and College Achieve picked up a convincing win over Gill St. Bernard's.
Six-foot-10 senior Eunique Rink added 14 points, junior Nas Hart chipped in 12 and sophomore David Munro scored all 10 of his points during the Knights' 20-point first quarter.
Junior Stanley Njekwe led Gill St. Bernard's with a game-high 18 points.
No. 3 Manasquan 42, No. 5 CBA 40
Freshman Rey Weinseimer hit a game-tying three-pointer as time expired in regulation and the Warriors pulled out a win over the Colts after trailing for most of the game.
CBA led, 35-30, with two minutes to go and Manasquan chipped away, starting with a short jumper by junior Griffin Linstra, followed by a pair of free throws by Weinseimer.
Colts junior Kevin Pikiell knocked down a pair of free throws to extend the Colts lead to 37-34 with 14.8 seconds left and a miss by Weinseimer followed by a Manasquan foul sent sophomore Connor Andree to the free-throw line with 6.3 seconds left.
Andree missed both attempts and Manasquan called timeout with 1.7 seconds left after advancing the ball past midcourt.
Out of the timeout, Weinseimer curled around a screen, took the inbounds feed from senior Jason Larned and launched a 24-foot three-pointer that found its mark to tie the game at 37-37.
In overtime, the pace remained deliberate and Linstra hit Larned for a layup to give Manasquan a 39-37 lead on its first possession.
Manasquan shot just 3-for-8 from the foul line during overtime, but its defense kept CBA off the board until junior Justin Fuebacher hit a three-pointer to cut the deficit to 41-40 with 15 seconds left. Linstra then hit 1-of-2 from the line and Fuerbacher's potential game-winning three came up short.
Linstra earned MVP honors with 11 points, eight rebounds and five assists, while Weinseimer finished with nine. Fuerbacher led CBA with a game-high 14 points, while Pikiell pitched in 10 in the loss.
No. 1 St. Rose 52, St. Benedict’s 48 (2 OT)
Senior Matt Hodge scored 10 of his game-high 27 points in overtime and added eight rebounds, three assists, five steals and three blocked shots to lead the Purple Roses over the Gray Bees.
Hodge scored on a drive to the basket that tied the game, 43-43, with 42 seconds left in the first overtime, snapping a stretch of 12:30 on the clock without a field goal for St. Rose.
In double-overtime, Hodge and junior Bryan Ebeling scored on consecutive possessions to give St. Rose a 48-44 lead and Hodge went 4-for-4 from the line to close out the win.
Ebeling and sophomore Jayden Hodge each scored nine points, with Jayden Hodge also grabbing six rebounds.
David Johnson led St. Benedict's with 16 points, including the game-tying jumper with 1:15 left in the fourth quarter. Chili Nwigwe and Tristian Davis each chipped in 13 in the loss.
No. 10 Red Bank Catholic 53, No. 4 Red Bank 51
Senior Tyler Burnham scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds to earn game MVP honors and the Caseys beat the rival Bucs, snapping their seven-game winning streak.
Red Bank junior Zayier Dean scored five straight points to give Red Bank a 51-50 lead with under two minutes to play -- first with a three-point play and again on a driving layup.
Burhnam answered back with a layup off a feed from classmate Pasqule Sabino with 1:15 left. After an RBC stop on defense, Burnham hit 1-of-2 free throws to stretch the lead to 53-51 with 16.8 seconds left.
On Red Bank's final possession, Dean drove into the paint but his shot attempt missed the mark.
Junior Ryan Prior added 10 points for RBC, while senior Colin Cavanaugh added nine in the win.
Dean finished with 11 points and junior Ryan Fisher led Red Bank with 15 points. Junior Anthony Moore added nine points on three three-pointers in the loss.
Freehold Boro 64, No. 14 Southern 52
Junior Aidan Hamlin-Woolfolk scored a game-high 19 points and the Colonials took down the Rams.
Junior Brian Tassey added 15 points and senior Christian DiGiso posted 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists for Freehold Boro.
Sophomore Jake Sliwinski scored 18 points and freshman Noah Perea poured in 16 to lead Southern.
Manalapan 78, Asbury Park 39
Junior Aiden Sosinov scored 15 points to lead a balanced offensive effort and the Braves doubled up the Blue Bishops.
Anthony Stevens led Asbury Park with a game-high 21 points.
Brick Memorial 51, Jackson Liberty 46
Senior Tyler Ellerbrock scored 13 points and sophomore Sean Collins added 12 as the Mustangs rode a balanced attack on offense to upend the Lions.
Senior Charlie Callahan led Jackson Liberty with a game-high 16 points and junior Lukas Latvys added 10 in the loss.
No. 8 Holmdel 70, No. 15 Jackson Memorial 56
Senior Ben Kipnis scored 21 points and the Hornets tamed the Jaguars to notch their seventh straight win, including three straight vs. opponents ranked in the Shore Sports Network Shore 16 rankings.
Senior James Vallillo poured in 19 points and sophomore Jack Vallillo added 11 for Holmdel, which overcame an early 20-6 deficit by responding with a 25-10 to close out the first half.
Senior Anthony Hallihan led Jackson Memorial with 14 points and senior Devin Jones chipped in 12 points and six rebounds in the loss.
No. 16 Howell 70, Toms River East 49
Senior D.J. Orloff scored 19 points and three other Howell players scored 15 points as the Rebels raced out to an early lead to beat the Raiders.
Senior Chris Meehan, junior Zach Padilla and sophomore Cayden Parker each poured in 15 points for Howell.
Senior Jason McKelvey led Toms River East with 17 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Raritan 59, Keyport 46
Senior Alex Garguilo scored a game-high 25 points and the Rockets outscored the Red Raiders, 17-2, in the fourth quarter to close out a win over the Red Raiders -- their first win of the season.
Sophomore Ian Mullan added 11 points and seven rebounds, junior Alan Warren added 10 points and nine rebounds, and sophomore Cam Gabloff pitched in nine points, five assists and two steals for Raritan.
Senior Dominico Dispenza led Keyport with 22 points.
No. 13 Central 52, Donovan Catholic 39
Junior Jaycen Santucci scored a game-high 22 points to go with 13 rebounds and four steals and the Golden Eagles topped the Griffins on the road.
Senior Jordan Barbot pitched in 13 points and three steals and junior Jayson King contributed 10 points for Central.
Junior Ryan Jacobs led Donovan Catholic with 16 points.
No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 56, St. John Vianney 43
Senior Nick Rigby scored 13 points to lead five Rumson players with at least eight as the Bulldogs fought off the Lancers.
Sophomore Luke Cruz scored 12 points, senior Andrew Goodes dropped 10, senior Sean Trinder netted nine and junior David Carr chipped in eight for Rumson, which used a 19-6 run during the second quarter to take control of the game.
Senior Dylan Costa led St. John Vianney with a game-high 15 points.
Henry Hudson 67, Academy for Urban Leadership 30
Freshman JoJo Newell scored 16 points and the Admirals rolled through Urban Leadership for their ninth win of the season.
Sophomore Mike Fitzpatrick poured in 13 points and junior Jack Fitzpatrick chipped in 11 for Henry Hudson.
Middletown North 60, Steinert 40
Sophomore Eddie Lopez scored 14 points and classmate Brayden Marcotte added 13 to pace the Lions to a win over the Spartans.
Senior Luke Sheehan also cracked double-figures with 10 points for Middletown North.
Hunterdon Central 68, Ocean 26