Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Feb. 15
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Saturday, Feb. 15
Colts Neck 47, Freehold Twp. 41 (OT)
Senior guard Camryn Foltz struck for 20 points and junior guard Jessica Thesing netted 14 to pace the Cougars (12-8), who used a 6-0 showing in overtime to prevail.
Chance Gagliardi contributed nine points to the win.
Lindsay Lloyd and Emily Tran each scored 11 and Tanya Elsbree had 10 for Freehold Twp. (14-7.)
No. 6 Marlboro 89, Donovan Catholic 45
Junior guard Sammy Jay pumped in a season-high 23 points and junior forward Jessica Riepe finished with 15, powered by five of the 15 of the 15 3-pointers made by the Mustangs (18-3).
Marlboro exploded in the first quarter, crafting a 29-15 lead. Sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger supplied 13 points and senior forward Katherine Sanchez deposited 11. Freshman guard Erica DiSimone added nine.
Donovan Catholic (16-7), which had its four-game win streak snapped, got 13 points from Olivia Parlow and 10 out of Jordyn Keating.
No. 7 Rumson-Fair Haven 76, Trinity Hall 38
Freshman guard Julia Corsentino deposited 19 points, senior guard Paige Slaven poured in 17 and senior forward Lucy Adams was dominant in the defensive paint, grabbing 10 boards and rejecting a dozen shots for Rumson-Fair Haven (17-5).
Senior guard Colleen Kelly had 12 points for Trinity Hall (16-6).
No. 9 Manasquan 68, Wall 39
Sophomores Brooke Hollawell and Georgia Heine flipped in 12 points apice and the Warriors (14-9) turned a 22-11 advantage after eight minutes into a 46-17 advantage by intermission.
Freshman Alexandra Loucopoulos clicked for a season-high nine points to Manasquan while junior guard Allison Waters and sophomore forward Dorothy Loffredo each supplied eight.
Senior guard Nikki Russo had 12 points and seven rebounds for Wall (6-16).
Middletown South 63, Middletown North 40
The Eagles (10-9) secured their place in the Shore Conference Tournament by building a 33-14 cushion in the first half.
Kayla Richardson collected 14 points and 14 rebounds, Renee Wells scored 10 of her 14 points during a 16-7 first quarter and added 10 rebounds and Lara Brennan scored a career-high nine points for South.
Hayley Stratton had 10 points and seven boards for Middletown North (8-13).
Shore 50, CSI/McCown (NY) 25
The Blue Devils (12-12) stormed to a 23-5 lead on their way to secure a berth in the Shore Conference Tournament for the first time in 10 years.
Junior guard Madison LaRosa had 16 points and freshman guard Rylee Drahos finished with 10 for Shore. Junior swing Megan Gammon chipped in with a season-high nine and Jenna Sempkowski pulled down five rebounds.
No. 4 St. Rose 69, Franklin 60
The Purple Roses (17-6) picked up an impressive road win by outlasting the defending Tournament of Champions winner.
Senior guard Brynn Farrell poured in 26 points and senior forward Makayla Andrews collected 20 points and 13 rebounds for St. Rose, which owned a 49-32 lead after three quarters. Junior point guard Abby Antognoli added 16 points for the Roses, who set the tone with a 16-7 showing in the opening quarter.
Keona Schenck topped Franklin (16-4) with 19 points and Kyierah Dempsey-Toney backed 13 points with 14 rebounds for the Warriors.