Girls Basketball Scoreboard (Feb. 2)
Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Saturday, February 2
No. 10 Jackson Memorial 62, Howell 50
Junior guard Kristina Donza pumped in 24 points and grabbed five boards while sophomore guard Rachel Capua deposited 18, sparked by three 3-pointers, as the Jaguars (13-5) ran their win streak to eight.
Senior forward Dani Evans recorded a double double with 11 points and a dozen rebounds and junior point guard Bianca Giordano handed out eight assists to go with seven points. Junior guard Mackenzie Dakin cleared four rebounds.
Senior guard Jessica O'Brien led Howell with 17 points while sophomore forward Caitlin Gresko had 12 and sophomore guard Grace Leary scored 11. The Rebels led, 32-31, at the half but a 19-8 closing kick by Jackson Memorial in the fourth sealed the victory.
Point Boro 57, Brick Memorial 55
Sophomore guard Lila Shaver clicked for 14 points and senior forward Riley Sexton accounted for 10 as the Panthers (7-11) rebounded from a 17-13 deficit in the first quarter.
Point Boro countered with an 18-11 rebuttal in the second to take a 31-28 lead into halftime.
Ella Moore had a season-high 17 points as well as seven rebounds and four assists and Karina Roettger delivered her season's best offensive performance with 14 points for the Mustangs (2-17). Alexis Voorhees chipped in with 12 points.
No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 71, Xaverian (NY) 51
Senior Julia Setaro, freshman Justine Pissott and sophomore Sophia Sabino each buried four 3-pointers as the Caseys (13-6) used a perimeter assault to pick up their third straight win.
Red Bank Catholic sank 13 jumpers from behind the 3-point line and seized control early with an 18-8 performance in the opening quarter.
Sabino pumped in a career-high 24 points, Setaro finished with 14 and Pissott netted 12. Their outside presence opened the paint for 6-4 freshman center Ally Carman to drop in 11 points.
University 59, No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 24
The Phoenix (13-4) accomplished something only St. Rose had previously been able to do - limit Rumson-Fair Haven to a season-low 24 points.
Sophomore guard Cortland McBarron accounted for 14 of those points for the Bulldogs (11-8). University put Rumson in a 35-14 halftime hole and used a 13-0 showing in the third to widened the margin to 48-14.
Freehold Twp. 52, Robbinsville 31
Southern 59, Atlantic City 57
Junior forward Kaela Curtin dropped in 18 points and rejected four shots, senior point guard Jac Ward converted 11 free throws en route to scoring 17 and junior guard Sam Del Rio chipped in with 13 points and four boards as the Rams (11-8) upended Atlantic City (10-6) in overtime.
Southern forged the extra session with a 22-11 rally in the fourth quarter and outscored the Vikings, 4-2, in overtime.