Girls Basketball: Friday Scoreboard (12/21)
Friday, December 21
Class A South
Toms River East 57, Brick 29
The Raiders (2-1, 2-1) jumped to a 17-7 lead in the opening period and widened the gap to 35-14 by intermission en route to their second straight win.
Jordyn Madigan, a 5-2 junior guard, struck for a season-high 16 points, and senior backcourt partner Adriana Hart added 12, also a season best.
Senior point guard Danielle Christ led Brick (0-3, 0-3) with nine points and junior forward Erika Cameron had seven.
Class B Central
Point Beach 49, Ranney 11
The senior guard combination of Carleigh Burns and McKayla Hughes continued its torrid start to power the unbeaten Garnet Gulls (3-0, 3-0).
Burns, who is averaring 17.3 points per game, flipped in 16 and Hughes, who is scoring at a 15.0 rate, contributed 11 for the Beach, which grabbed instant control with a 17-2 outburst in the first eight minutes.
Keyport 52, Henry Hudson 22
For the first time since 2015, the Red Raiders are off to a 3-0 start.
Trinity Hall 70, Asbury Park 23
Caitlin Wingertzahn, a 6-1 junior forward, had 14 points, nine rebounds, four blocks and two steals to point the Monarchs (1-2, 1-1) to their first win. Freshman guard Haven Dora picked up 10 points, five steals and four assists.
Trinity Hall came out fast, building a 21-0 cushion in the first quarter. Junior forward Colleen Kelly supplied nine points and eight boards and freshman swing Cameryn Keane ended with eight points, four steals and three assists.
Class B South
Manchester 73, Donovan Catholic 26
Sophomore swing Destiny Adams was thoroughly involved for the sizzling Hawks (3-0, 3-0), collecting 25 points, nine rebounds, six steals, five blocks and three assists. Senior guard Leilani Correa pumped in 24 and took down a dozen rebounds for her second straight double-double.
Manchester, which has outscored its first three opponents by an average of 80.6 to 26.3, broken open a 13-10 contest with a 21-0 showing in the second quarter and pushed its lead to 55-17 heading into the fourth quarter. Senior forward Dakota Adams had 13 points, eight rebounds and five steals and junior point guard Kemari Reynolds handed out eight assists.
Junior guard Paige Slaven scored all of her team-high 10 points from the foul line for Donovan Catholic (2-1, 2-1).
KSA Tournament, Orlando, Fla.
Bentonville (Ark.) 71, No. 7 Jackson Memorial 31
The Jaguars (3-1) endured the first loss of the season in the semifinal round. They will play Barron County (Ky.) in a consolation game on Saturday.
Junior guard Kristina Donza (22.5 ppg.) topped Jackson Memorial with 19 points and senior swing Dani Evans contributed six points and 11 rebounds.