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Shore Conference Tournament 

BRACKET - 2020 Shore Conference Girls Basketball Tourament

Opening Round 

6-Manasquan 61, 27-Henry Hudson 24

The Warriors (15-9) left little room for doubt by following up a 24-8 first quarter with a 16-0 burst in the second to built a 40-8 cushion by intermission.

Sophomore Georgia Heine led an even-handed offensive display by Manasquan with 10 points. Sophomore Brooke Hollawell scored nine and classmate Mary Donnelly had eight while Alexandra Loucopoulos and Morgan Lapinski netted seven apiece.

Ann McGavin topped Henry Hudson (12-11) with eight points.

7-Red Bank 65, 26-Lacey 30

Junior guard Chloe Teter pumped in 19 points and added five steals, classmate Caitlyn Decker had 11 points and 11 assists and senior guard Taylor Crystian netted 11 to power the Bucs (18-4).

Junior guard Amelia Medolla scored 10 and junior Emma Moriarty clicked for eight as Red Bank thrived through its balanced offense.

8-Marlboro 85, 25-Jackson Liberty 35

Sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger dropped in 22 points while forwards Jessica Riepe and Brianna Diaz scored 10 apiece for the Mustangs (19-3).

9-Jackson Memorial 89, 24-Point Beach 42

Senior guard Kristina Donza pumped in 37 points to match her career high and became the all-time leading scorer at Jackson Memorial with 1,706, surpassing Hannah Missry's mark of 1,678.

Donza went on a scoring rampage, netting 11 in a span of two minutes and broke the record at the foul line. She shot 14 of 24 from the field, including 5 of 10 behind the arc.

Junior guard Rachel Capua added 14 points, senior guard Bianca Giordano had eight points and eight assists and Chloe Messer, Zoie Maffei, who cleared 11 rebounds, and Brooke McKown scored seven apiece in the win.

10-Long Branch 42, 23-Southern 34

Locked in a 27-27 tie entering the fourth, the Green Wave (16-4) closed with a 15-7 showing in the fourth to put away stubborn Southern (10-11).

Senior guard Anyssa Fields fueled Long Branch with 13 points and 18 rebounds to lead three players in double figures. Junior guard Jada Rogers netted 11 and senior forward Madison Grayson ended with 10 points, six rebounds, three blocks and three steals in the win.

Senior guard Sam Del Rio led all scorers with 14 for the Rams, who got 10 points from sophomore guard Summer Davis.

11-Holmdel 58, 22-Mater Dei 40

Sophomore Abbey Ferguson deposited 14 of her 18 points in the second half when Holmdel (13-10) expanded on its 26-20 halftime lead. The 5-10 forward also rejected four shots.

Ryann Taylor dropped in 10 points and Olivia Palmer netted nine for the Hornets, who finished on a 21-9 note in the fourth.

Katie Zoda provided 15 points and Shelby Barksdale scored 14 for Mater Dei (13-10).

12-Neptune 51, Central 45

Senior forward Macy Brackett left an impression in the paint for the Scarlet Fliers (15-7) by backing a game-high 23 points with 11 rebounds. Neptune grabbed an 11-4 lead after one quarter and preserved the lead throughout.

Sophomore guard Amaya Evans pumped in 15 points while Ahjanae Young and Alena Totten finished with six apiece for Neptune.

Central (14-9) got 14 points from Allie Bentley, 12 out of Jadelynn Smith and 11 from Mercedes Corbin.

20-Howell 57, 13- Colts Neck 53

The Rebels (12-10) rallied from a 45-37 deficit by exploding for a 20-8 outburst in the fourth. Junior Caitlin Gresko exploded for 23 points, Grace Leary, who scored 13, and Cassie Conte each knocked down a pair of threes and Mackenzie Bruno finished with 11 for Howell.

Colts Neck (12-9) got 18 points from Camryn Foltz with Jess Thesing netting 12 and Ashley Cataneo 10.

14-Trinity Hall 42, 19-Freehold Twp. 38

Junior forward Emma Bradley clicked for 12 points, including a clutch 3-pointer at the close of the third quarter that staked Trinity Hall (17-6) to a 35-29 advantage on its way to avenging a 46-45 loss to the Patriots on Jan. 18.

Senior guard Maggie Ward sank another triple in the fourth that widened the Monarchs' lead to 40-34 and finished the contest with eight points. Sophomore guard Haven Dora chipped in with nine points and senior forward Colleen Kelly finished with seven. Sophomore Cameryn Keane backed her staunch defense atop the Trinity Hall zone with seven points.

Junior guard Tanya Elsbree scored 14 and junior forward Hannah Orloff had 10 points for Freehold Twp. (14-8).

18-Middletown South 55, 15-Toms River North 43

A 14-7 start lit a spark under Middletown South (11-9), which finished like it began, sealing up the outcome with a 15-8 performance over the final eight minutes.

Senior swing Kayla Richardson paced the Eagles with 18 points while senior guard Stephanie Mayerhofer and sophomore swing Renee Wells scored 14 apiece in the victory.

Senior Kristina Johnson had 19 points and sophomore Jackie Benvenuto provided 12 points and a dozen rebounds for Toms River North (14-7).

17-Toms River East 52, 16-Donovan Catholic 44

Senior forward Emily Maire picked the perfect time for a career night. The 5-9 forward sprung for 22 points and 11 rebounds to lift the Raiders (14-6).

Maire accounted for seven points during a 17-4 second quarter that launched Toms River East to a 27-17 halftime lead. Nicole Platten and Natalie Dudar each supplied a 3-pointer in the uprising.

Donovan Cathoic (16-8) rallied in the third. Trailing, 32-21, the Griffins put together a 10-2 closing burst that included four points from junior guard Jordyn Keating and sophomore guard Olivia Conroy to narrow the gap to 34-31. Senior forward Karolina Jaruseviciute converted a Tatjana Tatar feed with 6:30 showing in the fourth that got Donovan Catholic as close as 37-36 but back-to-back threes from Maire and senior guard Jordyn Madigan extended East's lead to 43-36 and stemmed the Griffins' threat.

Dudar finished with 10 points and Platten netted nine on three triples for the Raiders. Keating topped Donovan Catholic with 13 points, Tatar collected nine points, five rebounds, two steals, an assist and a block and Conroy had seven points, 11 boards, two steals and two blocks.

Regular Season

Manalapan 39, Middletown North 35

Keansburg 51, South Amboy 19

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