Girls Basketball Scoreboard (Feb. 11)
Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Monday, February 11
No. 10 Jackson Memorial 49, Central 38
Sophomore guard Rachel Capua pumped in 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead three players to score in double figures for the Jaguars (15-6, 11-3).
Junior guard Kristina Donza supplied 15 points, eight boards, three assists and two steals and senior forward Dani Evans had 14 points, nine rebounds, five steals and five blocks for Jackson Memorial, which built a 25-15 cushion by intermission.
Junior point guard Bianca Giordano handed out six assists in the victory.
Wall 60, Brick Memorial 53
The Crimson Knights (3-20) pumped the brakes on a three-game losing skidby racing to a 17-10 lead that manifested into a 29-21 halftime advantage.
Junior guard Nikki Russo and freshman forward Paris Thorp each supplied 12 points with Thorp striking for a season high. Freshman guard Lauren Lacey added nine points and sophomore guard Alexis Nerenberg chipped in with eight.
Sophomore guard Alexis Voorhees erupted for a career-high 31 points, fueled by six 3-pointers, for Brick Memorial (2-20), which used a 20-14 effort in the third to close to within 43-41. Junior guard Jenna Schiessl scored 13 for the Mustangs.
Donovan Catholic 41, Toms River South 35
The Griffins prevailed in the Battle for Hooper Avenue behind 12 points from junior guard Paige Slaven.
Junior forward Jayda Kearney pitched in with eight points and eight rebounds, sophomore guard Jordyn Keating finished with seven points and senior forward Nalah Tinsely pulled in eight boards to go with six points for Donovan Catholic.
Junior guard Madison Braun topped Toms River South (10-11) with 12 points and senior guard Ashlee Pataky ended with 10.
Jackson Liberty 40, Hightstown 34
Freshman center Jessica Cannestro dropped in 13 points and cleared seven rebounds to pace the Lions (11-12), who snapped a two-game losing streak.
Jackson Liberty backed an 11-6 start with a 16-7 showing in the second quarter to establish a 27-13 cushion by halftime.
Sophomore guard Maura Carney had nine points, three boards, two assists and a steal in the win.