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Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Tuesday, Feb. 4

A North

Freehold Twp. 39, Manalapan 35

Junior guard Tanya Elsbree finished with 13 points, junior forward Hannah Orloff dropped in 11 and Kaylie Elsbree, Tanya's twin sister, added six as Freehold Twp. (13-5, 6-4) prevailed.

Township fashioned a 13-7 second quarter to take a 23-17 lead into the break.  Senior guard Lauryn Thomas led all scorers with 15 for Manalapan (3-14, 1-9) while sophomore guard Courtney Butash scored eight for the Braves.

No. 6 Marlboro 57, No. 10 Long Branch 49

Sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger deposited 14 points and junior guard Sammy Jay scored 13 for the Mustangs (14-2, 9-0), which got off to a 22-10 start.

Long Branch (12-4, 5-4), which had a seven-game win streak halted, got double doubles from senior guard Anyssa Fields (17 points, 10 rebounds) and senior forward Madison Grayson (19 points, 10 rebounds).

Middletown South 60, Freehold 37

Stephanie Mayerhofer and Isabella Orlando paced a well-dispersed offensive performance by Middletown South (9-6, 8-1) with eight points apiece. A 22-7 burst in the second quarter sent the Eagles into intermission with a 34-17 cushion.

Beth Rankin, Emily Russo and Kayla Richardson each scored seven for Middletown South.

Maddie Bideaux drained a trio of 3-pointers and had a game-high 11 points for Freehold (3-15, 0-10).

A Central

No. 2 Red Bank Catholic 78, Raritan 33

The Caseys (15-3, 10-1) pumped in 11 3-pointers, led by sophomore guard Justine Pissott, who accounted for six while sinking a game-high 20 points. The perimeter coverage opened space for 6-4 sophomore center Ally Carman to drop in 14 for RBC, which opened the contest with an explosive 33-8 first quarter.

Senior guard Shaelyn Sabino hit three long-range jumpers on course to 12 points in the win and her senior sister Shaelyn nailed three while scoring 10. Senior forward Nicole Stanford was responsbile for another three among her 10 points.

Sophomore guard Joei Tarrazi drilled three triples for Raritan (5-10, 2-9) and had a team-high 12 points.

Holmdel 40, Shore 37

No. 4 St. Rose 76, No. 7 Rumson-Fair Haven 50

Senior forward Makayla Andrews exploded for a season-high 29 points to go with 11 rebounds for the Purple Roses (13-5, 9-2). St. Rose got things started with a 25-18 first quarter and outscored Rumson-Fair Haven, 21-13, in the third to widen their margin to 57-39.

Senior guard Brynn Farrell finished with 21 points and five boards and junior point guard Abby Antognoli had 12 points and seven boards in the victory.

Manasquan 65, Monmouth 36

Sophomores Brooke Hollawell and Georgia Heine netted 17 apiece for the Warriors (12-6, 8-3), who put together a 22-8 showing in the second quarter to open up a 36-17 advantage by halftime. Sophomore forward Dorothy Loffredo added nine points.

Sophomore guard Sydney Po had nine points, nine rebounds, five assists and two steals for Monmouth (2-17, 0-11).

A South

Central 50, Southern 42

Junior guard Allie Bentley pumped in a career-high 15 points and sophomore forward Kayla Krzyzkowski scored 13 for the Golden Eagles (10-7, 6-5), which overcame a 22-20 halftime deficit.

Southern (9-7, 6-5) was led by 17 points from Kaela Curtin.

B North

Matawan 48, Ocean 41

Gianna Aiello dropped in 14 points, one of three players to finish in double figures for the Huskies (5-13, 2-9), who ended a five-game losing skid.  Skylar Paris and Jada Allen each scored 10 for Matawan, which took a 17-6 lead after one quarter.

Bette Bradley led all scorers with 21 points for Ocean (4-16, 1-10).

Neptune 71, Wall 42

Senior forward Macy Brackett clicked for 26 points, sophomore guard Ahjanae Young scored 13 and Jayden Foster and Amaya Evans had 11 apiece for Neptune (13-5, 9-2).

Senior guard Nikki Russo had 13 points and senior guard Abby Nonnenberg grabbed 12 rebounds for Wall (4-13, 2-8).

Colts Neck 36, Middletown North 20

Senior guard Camryn Foltz flipped in 17 points and junior guard Jess Thesing added nine for the Cougars (10-6, 6-5), which broke matters open with a 22-7 effort in the second half.

Sophia Memon led Middletown North (6-11, 4-7) with six points.

No. 1 St. John Vianney 63, No. 5 Red Bank 31

After emerging from a brisk opening quarter with a 22-14 edge, St. John Vianney (16-1, 10-0) went on a 41-17 tear over the balance of the contest.

Sophomore guard Madison St. Rose recorded a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds and junior guard Katie Hill flipped in 18 points, cleared five boards and handed out three assists.

Red Bank (13-4, 9-2) got 12 points from junior guard Chloe Teter.


Howell 60, Mater Dei 55

Junior guard Grace Leary led four players in double figures for the Rebels (10-7) by dropping in 14 points to balance five rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Sophomore Mackenzi Greene and junior Mackenzie Bruno each scored 11 and junior Caitlin Gresko sank eight of her 10 at the foul line for Howell, which closed with a 19-13 rally to overcome a 42-41 deficit.

Sophomore guard Shelby Barksdale ended with 17 points for Mater Dei (11-8) and senior guard Katie Zoda delivered 16.

Toms River South 49, Barnegat 42

Junior forward Kelle Anwander collected 18 points and 10 rebounds to spark the Indians (6-11) to their second straight win.

Freshman guard Emma Wagner chipped in with 11 points and six steals, senior forward Bri Weltner supplied seven points, nine boards and seven steals and senior swing Sarah Kukfa had five points to complement eight rebounds for Toms River South.

Their efforts were necessary to offset Kya Jospeh. The sophomore guard produced 32 points and 11 rebounds for Barnegat (6-13)

Lacey 59, Brick 46

Freshman guard Riley Giordano matched her season high with 16 points, junior guard McKayla Mooney netted 15 and sophomore forward Sarah Zimmerman finished with 14 to power Lacey (9-8). The Lions parlayed a 15-9 second quarter into a 32-27 lead.

Savannah Eichert topped Brick (3-15) with 14 points and Emma Carpino had 10.


South River 44, Keyport 9

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