Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Feb. 14
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, Feb. 14
No. 8 Jackson Memorial 68, Toms River North 38
Senior guard Kristina Donza poured in 27 points and cleared eight rebounds as the Jags (19-2, 14-0) completed their undefeated tear to the A South championship.
Junior guard Rachel Capua had 20 points, three assists and three steals and freshman guard Zoei Maffei brought down seven rebounds. Senior point guard Bianca Giordano finished with eight points, six assists and five boards.
Toms River North (14-6, 9-5) received 15 points from senior Kristina Johnson.
Toms River East 41, Central 33
Besides contributing 10 points for Toms River East (13-6, 10-4), senior guard Jordyn Madigan surpassed former Raider and current assistant coach Kristen Kennedy as the program's all-time leader in career steals with 298. Madigan finished with five in the contest to run her four-year sum to 301.
Senior forward Emily Maire topped Toms River East with 16 points and the Raiders used a 10-2 third to open a 30-19 cushion en route to their fourth straight win.
Sophomore forward Kayla Krzyzkowski dropped in 12 for Central (14-8, 8-6), which had its run of five consecutive victories snapped.
Point Beach 50, Keyport 12
Junior forward Cassidy Burns poured in a game-high 16 points to lead 10 different scoring resources for the Garnet Gulls (16-5, 10-4). Freshman guard Jada Clayton added six points for the Beach, which bolted to a 22-2 lead after one quarter.
Henry Hudson 63, Asbury Park 41
Senior swing Alyssa Curry recorded a triple-double, amassing 24 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists to fuel the Admirals (12-10, 8-6).
Gina Keel finished with 16 points for Henry Hudson, which qualified for the Shore Conference Tournament for the first time since 1986.
Tyasia Cooper scored 15 for Asbury Park (10-11, 6-8).
Barnegat 42, Pinelands 41
No. 2 Manchester 58, Jackson Liberty 33
The Hawks (20-3, 14-0) punctuated their third straight B South title with a second straight undefeated performance, racing to a 32-15 advantage by intermission.
Junior forward Destiny Adams picked up 22 points, six rebounds, four blocks, three steals and three assists and senior point guard Kemari Reynolds accounted for 14 points, six boards, four assists and three steals as Manchester extended its win streak to seven in priming for defense of its Shore Conference Tournament crown.
Senior guard Serenity Anderson gripped 11 rebounds and classmate Nahkaleigh Hayes-Jones scored nine on three 3-pointers for the Hawks.
Jackson Liberty (11-10, 7-7) got 10 points from junior guard Maura Carney and nine from sophomore center Jessica Cannestro.
Piscataway Tech 49, Keansburg 45
Junior guard Aerianna Goodwin scored a season-high 13 and senior forward Aaliyah Coleman netted nine for the Titans (5-15), who fell behind, 29-20, by halftime but rallied with a 26-20 effort in the second half.