Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Feb. 11
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Tuesday, Feb. 11
No. 3 Red Bank Catholic 41, No. 9 Manasquan 40
Sophomore center Ally Carman converted a layup with 3:15 left in overtime to put Red Bank Catholic (18-3, 12-1) ahead 39-37, and give the Caseys a lead the protected en route to earning head coach Joe Montano a milestone moment.
The win marked the 654th of his 30-year career and pushed Montano past former Rumson-Fair Haven girls coach George Sourlis to become the Shore Conference's all-time leader in basketball victories for both boys and girls.
It didn't come easy. Manasquan, coached by a former Casey, Lisa Kukoda, gave RBC all it could handle and then some. The Warriors jetted to a 9-2 lead in game's first two minutes and overcame a 37-29 deficit with 3:30 showing in the fourth to forge overtime.
Carman ended with 20 points and five rebounds while sophomore guard Justine Pissott had 12 points, six boards, three assists, a block and a steals for Red Bank Catholic. Junior guard Sophia Sabino chipped in with five points, six rebounds and five assists.
Sophomore guard Brooke Hollawell led all scorers with 22 for Manasquan (12-9, 8-5), classmate Dorothy Loffredo netted seven and cleared five caroms and sophomore guard Mary Donnelly collected eigh rebounds, four assists and two steals to go with three points for the Warriors.
No. 7 Rumson-Fair Haven 49 Shore 41
Senior point guard Paige Slaven clicked for 16 points, five boards and four steals, junior guard Cortland McBarron dropped in 10, pulled down five caroms and dished out three assists and senior forward Lucy Adams had eight points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots for the victorious Bulldogs (15-5, 9-4).
Rumson-Fair Haven created some distance in the third, using a 12-2 showing in the period to establish a 34-21 cushion.
Junior guard Madison LaRosa pumped in 20 and freshman guard Rylee Drahos added nine for Shore (11-11, 3-10).
Central 36, Toms River North 31
Sophomore forward Kayla Krzykowski and junior guard Julia Altieri paced a balanced offensive showing by Central (13-7, 8-5) by netting nine points each as the Golden Eagles avenged a 44-30 loss to Toms River North on Jan. 17.
Mercedes Corbin contributed seven points and Jadelynn Smith six for Central, which led at the break, 20-14.
Sophomore Sydney Howell hit three 3-pointers and led Toms River North (14-5, 9-4) with 11 points.
No. 8 Jackson Memorial 59, Southern 43
Senior guard Kristina Donza poured in 24 points and seized 15 rebounds while junior guard Rachel Capua contributed 18 points for Jaguars (18-2, 13-0), who overcame a 29-23 halftime deficit to win their 13th straight.
Senior guard Mackenzie Dackin scored a season-high eight and senior point guard Bianca Giordano dispensed 10 assists to go with seven points for Jackson Memorial.
Seniors Kaela Curtin and Sam Del Rio each fired in 16 for Southern (9-10, 6-7).
Toms River East 40, Toms River South 37
Toms River East (12-6, 9-4) rallied from a 31-26 deficit by closing with a 14-6 splurge in the fourth. Senior guard Jordyn Madigan topped the Raiders with 17 points while senior forward Emily Maire and sophomore guard Kelleen Sullivan dropped in nine apiece.
Madison Braun scored 10 for Toms River South (7-13, 2-11), 6-4 junior forward Kelle Anwander had eight points to go with her 12 rebounds and senior swing Sarah Kufka pocketed a dozen boards.
No. 1 St. John Vianney 63, Wall 32
Sophomore guard Madison St. Rose did her damage from the field, hitting 11 field goals en route to 22 points for the Lady Lancers (20-1, 13-0), who wrapped up the outright B North division title.
Junior guard Christina Whitehead led the defensive cause for Vianney with seven steals while St. Rose, Katie Hill and Ashley O'Connor helped out with four apiece.
Senior guard Nikki Russo had 11 points for Wall (5-15, 3-10).
No. 5 Red Bank 54, Matawan 34
Senior guard Taylor Crystian struck for 20 points to lead three players in double figures as the Bucs (16-4, 11-2) claimed the public-school B North crown, their first division title since 1996.
Junior guard Caitlyn Decker scored 11 and junior guard Chloe Teter delivered 10 for Red Bank, which built a 42-26 advantage courtesy of a 31-16 surge over the second and third quarters.
Gianna Aiello collected 16 points and 18 rebounds for Matawan (5-16, 2-11).
Keansburg 30, Keyport 28
Kiara Castera paced Keansburg (5-14, 2-12) with 10 points and Mackenzie Smith sprinkled in six as the Titans notched their second straight win by building an 18-11 lead at the half.
The win neutralized a 37-30 loss Keansburg absorbed from its neighbor on Jan. 17
Isabella Bednarz gave Keyport (2-14, 1-11) 11 points and Jackie Burgos offered nine.
Asbury Park 45, Ranney 32
Elijah Tulley provided 15 points and Lourdana Cajulus netted 11 to pace the Blue Bishops (10-10, 6-7). Asbury Park enjoyed a 29-23 halftime lead.
CJ Moore scored 14 for Ranney (4-11, 3-10).
Trinity Hall 50, Mater Dei 32
A 14-6 third quarter broke the game open for Trinity Hall (15-5, 13-0) and stamped a second straight B Central championship for the Monarchs.
Sophomore guard Haven Dora marked the occasion with 15 points, senior guard Maggie Ward threw in 13 and senior guard Colleen Kelly hit for 11.
Mater Dei (12-9, 11-2) received 12 points from sophomore guard Shelby Barksdale.
Point Beach 41, Henry Hudson 23
The Garnet Gulls (15-5, 9-4), who crafted a 28-14 halftime lead, got 12 points from Allison House and 11 from Cassidy Burns.
Alyssa Curry and Gina Keel scored six apiece for Henry Hudson (11-10, 7-6).
Point Boro 56, Barnegat 39
Senior forward Kate Leturgez complemented 22 points with 13 rebounds for the Panthers (9-10, 9-4). who used a 29-15 showing that spanned the second and third quarters to open a 36-22 gap.
Junior guard Lila Shaver handed out seven assists to accompany her 15 points and sophomore backcourt partner Genevieve Fara had nine points and seven rebounds for Point Boro.
Sophomore Kya Joseph flipped in 20 for Barnegat (6-15, 3-10).
No. 2 Manchester 59, Lakewood 12
Junior forward Destiny Adams pumped in 16 points, cleared eight rebounds and rejected three shots while senior point guard Kemari Reynolds put away 10 points and made seven steals for the Hawks (19-3, 13-0), who locked up the B South crown for third straight season.
Micayla Longsworth finished with 10 rebounds for Manchester.
Pinelands 48, Lacey 44
Sophomore forward Bridget Dudas exploded for 26 points and junior guard Sunni DiElmo accounted for 11 to spark the Wildcats (5-14, 3-10), who set the tone with a 16-8 start.
Sarah Zimmerman was a force for Lacey (9-10, 6-7), picking up 15 points and 19 rebounds. Riley Giordano ended with 11 points and six boards for the Lions.
Donovan Catholic 56, Jackson Liberty 47
Tatjana Tatar celebrated Senior Night at Donovan Catholic by hosting a perimeter party, burying five 3-pointers and completing the evening with 19 points for the Griffins (15-6, 11-2). Senior guard Olivia Parlow had eight points and five rebounds and classmate Karolina Jaruseviciute grabbed six boards and blocked two shots.
Sophomore guard Olivia Conroy recorded a double-double in the win with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Maura Carney fired in seven threes and had 23 points for Jackson Liberty (11-9, 7-6) while Ariana Broughton scored 13.
Holmdel 43, Ocean 32
The Hornets (11-10) gradually created a 36-20 gap through three quarters in recording their fourth win in five games.
Bette Bradley had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Ocean (4-19).