Girls Basketball Scoreboard (Feb. 5)
Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Tuesday, February 5
No. 7 Middletown South 61, Long Branch 32
Junior swing Kayla Richardson collected 12 points, eight rebounds and three steals while senior point guard Isla Brennan picked up 10 points, eight boards, five assists and a pair of steals for the Eagles (15-3, 10-1).
Senior forward Sam Keenan had nine points, four rebounds and two steals and senior forward Eve Pirie provided eight points, six boards, two steals and two rejections in the triumph.
Middletown South held Long Branch to 1 of 25 from the floor over the second and third quarters.
No. 4 Manasquan 60, No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 39
Junior swing Faith Masonius, aready a 1,000-point scorer, added to her growing list of accomplishments with 18 points and 13 rebounds, including the 1,000th and 12 boards, including the 1,000th of her career as Manasquan (15-4, 11-2) rolled.
Senior guard Lola Mullaney pumped in 25 points for the Warriors, who turned a 17-9 surge in the second quarter into a 31-20 cushion at the break.
Freshman guard Justine Pissott had 14 points for Red Bank Catholic (13-7, 9-4).
No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 48, Shore 18
Sophomore guard Grace Munt and junior backcourt partner Sophia Passalaqua scored 12 apiece while sophomore guard Cortland McBarron offered 10 points and seven steals for the Bulldogs (12-8, 7-6).
Sophomore guard Madison LaRosa scored seven for Shore (9-2, 2-11).
No. 10 Jackson Memorial 42, Southern 35
The Jaguars (14-5, 10-2) needed a 16-7 rally in the fourth to pull out the win and push their win streak to nine.
Senior forward Dani Evans posted a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds, and junior guard Kristina Donza accounted for 10 points and three boards for Jackson Memorial.
Junior forward Kaela Curtin had 12 points and 13 rebounds for Southern (11-9. 6-7) and senior guard Jac Ward was responsible for 11 points.
Toms River East 57, Toms River South 45
Junior guard Jordyn Madigan flipped in 19 points and senior guard Kamryn Lister totaled 16 for the Raiders (13-5, 10-3), who used a 26-12 showing in the second quarter to wipe out a 15-6 deficit in place of a 32-27 advantage.
Madigan and junior guard Nicole Platten, who had nine points, each hit a pair of threes.
Senior forward Shiloh Williams dropped in 12 points and senior guard Ashlee Pataky netted 11 for Toms River South (9-9, 6-7).
No. 9 Toms River North 61, Central 50
Senior point guard Brielle Bisogno buried five 3-pointers and accumulated a season-high 28 points to power the Mariners (16-3, 12-1) to their sixth consecutive victory.
Senior forward Jenna Paul suppled 11 points and 10 rebounds in the win, a triumph spurred bu a 20-9 first quarter.
Junior guard Mercedes Corbin counted with 26 points for Central (7-12, 4-8).
Brick at Brick Memorial, 6:30
Middletown North 45, Ocean 22
The Lions (12-9, 8-5) collected their sixth win in seven outings behind a balanced offense that had nine resources offer at least a point.
Sophomore forward Sophia Memon (seven rebounds) and senoir guard Giana McGaughey each accounted for nine points. Memon also grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. Sophomore guard Victoria Palladino contributed five points, five rebounds, four steals and two assists in powering Middletown North to its sixth win in seven outings.
Red Bank 58, Matawan 38
Senior guard Meghan Murray poured in 23 points and worked the defensive end to reap five steals for the Bucs (13-6, 9-4). Sophomore point guard Chloe Teter had 12 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals and sophomore guard Caitlin Decker clicked for 11 points, seven assists and seven steals for Red Bank, which opened a 30-9 lead by halftime.
Gianna Aiello, Jada Allen and Khoryn Bannis all scored nine for Matawan (4-15, 2-11).
Colts Neck 68, Wall 30
Junior guard Camryn Foltz flipped in 17 points to lead three players in double figures for Colts Neck (13-6, 10-3).
Senior forward Catherine Gibson hit two threes and ended with 14 points and senior forward Eva Gibson chipped in with 10 points for Colts Neck, which also received three 3-pointers and nine points from senior guard Teresa Marsh. The Cougars took a 14-5 lead after one quarter, led 32-10 at the half and took a 54-15 advantage into the fourth.
Junior guard Nikki Russo canned three triples and led Wall (2-19, 0-13) with 11 points.
Keyport 45, Keansburg 28
Senior swing Giana Piccini pumped in 17 points and sophomore guard Lila Trench picked up 11 points to go with eight rebounds for the Red Raiders (12-6, 8-5).
Keyport put its neighboring school in a 14-3 hole during the first quarter. Algeria Kelley led the Red Raiders with nine rebounds.
Mackenzie Smith hit four threes and had 14 points for Keansburg (6-12, 3-10) and Alyssa Castera added 10.
Ranney 31, Asbury Park 28
Ranney (2-13, 2-11) used a 9-1 third quarter to erase a 19-15 halftime deficit and seize a 24-20 lead.
Sophomore guard Brooke Schmelz poured in a season-high 20 points to go with five rebounds and five steals and junior guard Lily Blumenkrantz added seven points, four steals and three assists.
Lourdana Cajulus topped Asbury Park (2-15, 2-11) with nine points.
Trinity Hall 42, Mater Dei 21
Nursing a 17-13 lead at the half, Trinity Hall (13-6, 11-1) put forth a 25-8 showing over the final two periods to run its win streak to five.
Senior guard Colleen Cusat accounted for 13 points and junior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn finished with nine points and 10 rebounds.
Point Beach 50, Henry Hudson 18
Donovan Catholic 49, Jackson Liberty 30
Sophomore guard Jordyn Keating flipped in four 3-pointers on course to 16 points and Karolina Jarusevicute, a 6-0 junior forward, scored 12 to pace the Griffins (15-4, 11-2).
Donovan Catholic countered an 11-8 start by Jackson Liberty with a 31-10 rebuttal over the second and third quarters to seize a 39-20 lead.
Maura Carney had 14 points for Jackson Liberty (10-11, 4-9).
Point Boro 49, Barnegat 45
Senior guard Allie Delaney put away 16 points and cleared a half dozen rebounds and sophomore guard Lila Shaver netted 11 points to pace the Panthers (8-11, 7-6).
No. 3 Manchester Township 74, Lakewood 16
Freshman guard Myah Hourigan popped for a season-high 15 points and six rebounds as the Hawks (19-2, 13-0) ran their win streak to 11.
Senior guard Leilani Correa and sophomore swing Destiny Adams each scored 13, senior forward Dakota Adams dropped in 12 and freshman guard Amyah Bray added 11 points. Manchester raced to a 26-0 lead in the first eight minutes.
Junior guard Ayasha Diawara had seven points to top Lakewood (4-18, 0-13).
Raritan 64, Marion P. Thomas Charter 20
Senior forward Meg Borys dropped 11 points as the Rockets (9-9) got scoring contributions from a whopping 15 different resources.