Girls Basketball Scoreboad, Jan. 20
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Monday, Jan. 20
Donovan Catholic 43, Point Boro 35
The Griffins (8-5, 6-1) rallied from a 30-28 deficit by closing on a 15-5 tear over the final eight minutes. Junior guard Jordyn Keating led three players in double figures with 14 points, seven rebounds, two steals and two assists.
Senior forward Karolina Jaruseviciute had 10 points and nine rebounds and senior guard Tatjana Tatar hit four 3-pointers and ended with 13 points, six boards, four steals and two assists.
Junior guard Lila Shave had 16 points, powered by three triples, and senior forward Kate Leturgez scored 14 for Point Boro (4-7, 4-3).
Martin Luther King Scholarship Classic
at Long Branch
Long Branch 56, Roselle Catholic 47
Senior guard Anyssa Fields pumped in 15 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the Green Wave (6-3), which set the tone with a 27-9 start en route to ending a three-game losing streak.
Senior off-guard Alanna Lynch pumped in 18 points on the strength of six 3-pointers, senior forward Madison Grayson picked up seven points, eight rebounds, six steals and five assists and junior point guard Jada Rogers added nine points, five boards and five assists for Long Branch. The Green Wave built a 51-30 cushion after three quarters.
No.5 Rumson-Fair Haven 51, St. Thomas Aquinas 35
The Bulldogs (9-2) put together one of their best defensive efforts of the season, limiting St. Thomas Aquinas (12-2) to 10 points in the second half on course to notching their fifth straight win. Rumson-Fair Haven erased a 25-21 halftime deficit with a 14-4 burst in the third quarter and outscored the Middlesex County school, 27-10, in the second half.
Senior guard Paige Slaven deposited a season-high 24 points, including 11 over the final eight minutes when the Bulldogs sealed the outcome. She netted 13 points from the foul line. Senior forward Lucy Adams backed up nine points with 18 rebounds. Freshman guard Julia Corsentino chipped in with nine points on three 3-pointers and senior guard Sophia Passalaqua added six points on a pair of triples.