Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Feb. 3
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Monday, Feb. 3
Toms River South 43, Brick 35
Toms River South (5-11, 2-9) offest a 13-6 deficit with a 14-2 outburst in the second quarter to seize a 20-15 advantage. Madison Braun, a 5-10 senior guard, delivered a game-high 16 points and 6-4 junior forward Kelle Anwander had 13 points, 12 rebounds and six blocked shots.
Brick (3-14, 1-10) received 12 points from Sonja Anderson and 11 out of Emma Carpino.
Brick Memorial 45, Toms River North 41
Brick Memorial (5-11, 3-8), which bowed to Toms River North, 63-43, in their first encounter on Jan. 9, exacted a measure of revenge with arguably its biggest win of the season to end a four-game losing skid.
The Mustangs overcame a 13-9 deficit with a 36-28 effort over the final three quarters, powered by 16 points from junior guard Alexis Voorhees and 12 from senior guard Jenna Schiessl, who canned four triples. Senior guard Karina Roettger chipped in with 11 points.
Senior swing Kristina Johnson and sophomore guard Sydney Howell each scored 12 and sophomore guard Faith Wavershak clicked for 10 for Toms River North (12-4, 8-3), which had its five-game win streak halted.
No. 8 Jackson Memorial 70, Toms River East 52
Senior guard Kristina Donza went 5 for 9 from behind the arc and poured in a season-high 35 points - two shy of her career best - and the Jaguars (15-2, 11-0) turned a 17-4 third quarter into a 54-35 cushion.
Jackson Memorial got 17 points and nine rebounds from junior guard Rachel Capua and senior point guard Bianca Giordano dealt out eight assists to complement eight points and six boards. Senior guard Ally Vella cleared a dozen rebounds.
Senior guard Jordyn Madigan scored 12 while sophomore guard Lizzie Gillen and senior forward Emily Maire had 11 apiece for Toms River East (9-6, 7-4).
Ranney 41, Keansburg 33
Nursing an 8-5 lead, Ranney (3-9, 3-8) clicked during a 14-5 second quarter to create a 22-10 gap. The Panthers knocked down seven 3-pointers, including three from senior guard Lily Blumenkrantz, who netted 12.
Junior guard Brooke Schmelz topped Ranney with 16 points and freshman guard Bella Santulli scored 10.
Keanburg (3-13, 1-11) got 11 points from Mackenzie Smith.
Trinity Hall 53, Henry Hudson 20
The Monarchs (14-5, 12-0), who won their fourth straight, dictated the terms from the outset, racing to a 17-5 lead after one quarter. Senior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn picked up 11 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots.
Senior forward Colleen Kelly collected 10 points, three boards, three assists and three steals, senor guard Sophia Gana scored a season-high 10 and sophomore point guard Haven Dora delivered eight points, six rebounds, six assists and seven steals for Trinity Hall.
Senior swing Alyssa Curry had six points and 10 rebounds for Henry Hudson (9-9, 6-5), which had a four-game win streak snapped.
Point Beach 66, Asbury Park 38
Sophomore guard Grace Frauenheim matched her season-high with 12 points while junior Cassidy Burns and freshman guard Jada Clayton scored a career-best 11 apiece for the Beach (13-4, 8-3), which used a 26-10 uprising in the third to open a 54-27 cushion.
Tyasia Cooper countered with a game-high 16 points and Elijah Tulley scored 12 for Asbury Park (8-9, 4-7).
Mater Dei 59, Keyport 21
Sophomore guard Shelby Barksdale had 11 points and sophomore guard Madison Lopez finished with 10 within a balanced offensive performance from the Seraphs (11-7, 10-1).
Junior swing Lara Gritzek scored nine and senior guard Katie Zoda eight for Mater Dei. Senior guard Jackie Burgos led Keyport (2-12, 1-10) with nine points.
Lacey 59, Barnegat 50
Junior guard Cayli Biele pumped in a season-high 16 points, fueled by three 3-pointers, and junior guard McKayla Mooney picked up a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds to go with three steals, two assiss and two blocks for Lacey (8-8, 6-5). The Lions outscored Barnegat, 28-16, over the second and third quarters to assume a 42-32 lead.
Sophomore forward Sarah Zimmerman had 13 points and six boards and freshman guard Riley Giordano chipped in with a season-high 10 points, five rebounds and four assists for Lacey.
Sophomore guard Kya Joseph deposited 23 points and freshman forward Cara McCoy scored a career-best 19 for Barnegat (6-12, 3-8).
Jackson Liberty 34, Pinelands 27
Freshman guard Ariana Broughton exploded for 15 points and 17 rebounds to power the Lions, who put together a 21-13 effort that bridged the second and third quarters and gave way to a 26-19 lead.
Senior guard Kayla Nelson scored seven of her 10 points from the foul line and junior guard Maura Carney totaled six points, 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals for Jackson Liberty (10-6, 6-4).
Donovan Catholic 50, Lakewood 16
Senior guard Olivia Parlow finished with a season-high 13 points and junior guard Jordyn Keating worked both ends of the court, ending with 13 points, four steals and two assists for the Griffins (14-6, 10-2), who opened the game with a 16-6 salvo.
Senior swing Karolina Jaruseviciute amassed six points and eight rebounds and sophomore guard Olivia Conroy scored eight for Donovan Catholic.
Lakewood (0-16, 0-11) got eight points from junior guard Alana Bergstrom.
No. 3 Manchester 59, Point Boro 24
Freshman guard Gabriella Ross pumped in a career-high 17 points and a season-best five 3-pointers and sophomore guard Amyah Bray supplied 15 points and four assists for the Hawks (16-3, 11-0), who jumped out a 23-5 lead.
Junior forward Destiny Adams had eight points, nine rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks for Manchester.
Madison Bjorndahl led Point Boro (6-9, 6-4) with eight points.
Long Branch 53, Ocean 26
The Green Wave (12-3) pushed their win streak to seven behind senior guard Anyssa Fields, who compiled 14 points, nine rebounds, two assists and a steal. Senior guard Alanna Lynch sank three triples and added nine points for Long Branch, which took a 31-9 lead into halftime.
Junior guard Jada Rogers ha nine points and senior forward Madison Grayson backed seven points with seven rebounds in the win.
Allentown 54, Howell 47
Junior forward Caitlin Gresko and junior guard Grace Leary dropped in 16 points apiece for Howell (9-7).