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Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, Feb. 7

A North

Manalapan 57, Freehold 26

Carlyn Deaver chipped in with 11 points and Jordyn Ferrarro added nine points as well as six rebounds in the win.

No. 10 Long Branch 48, Howell 39

Senior guard Anyssa Fields recorded her 14th double-double of the season by collecting 23 points and 15 rebounds for the Green Wave (13-4, 6-4). Long Branch gained the upper hand in the opening quarter, fashioning a 10-5 edge and used a 16-13 third to build a 35-28 lead.

The win avenged a 47-43 loss to the Rebels on Jan. 14.

Junior guard Jada Rogers accumulated 18 points, sparked by three 3-pointers, and six rebounds while senior forward Madison Grayson amassed eight rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals.

Junior Caitlin Gresko had 20 points and Mackenzie Bruno 10 for Howell (10-8, 4-6).

A Central

Raritan 33, Shore 30

The Rockets (6-10, 3-9) rallied from a 26-21 deficit by closing the contest with a 12-4 burst in the fourth. Junior guard Lucy Alberici flipped in a team-high 15 points and sophomore guard Meg Casey hit a pair of threes on her way to supplying eight points.

Shore (10-10, 3-9) got 17 points from freshman guard Rylee Drahos.

No. 3 Red Bank Catholic 76, Monmouth 29

The Caseys (16-3, 11-1) stormed to a 20-5 lead in the first quarter with sophomores Justine Pissott and Ally Carman headlining the 11 different scoring resources that chipped in to power the triumph.

Pissott was responsible for 4 of the 9 threes drilled by RBC and finished with 17 points while Carman executed on the interior to deposit 12.

Sophomore guard Sydney Po counted three triples among her game-high 19 for Monmouth (2-18, 0-12).

No. 7 Rumson-Fair Haven 51, Holmdel 40

Junior guard Cortland McBarron scored 15 of her 20 points in the second half when Rumson-Fair Haven (14-5, 8-4) crafted a 31-18 performance to erase a two-point halftime deficit.

Senior guard Paige Slaven had 13 points and backcourt classmate Sophia Passalaqua netted 10 for the Bulldogs.

Leah Nolan compiled 11 points and seven rebounds for Holmdel (9-10, 5-7).

B North

No. 5 Red Bank 57, Neptune 55

Junior guard Caitlyn Decker capped an 18-5 comeback in the fourth by converting a steal into a layup with 9.9 seconds left in regulation to lift Red Bank (14-4, 10-2) to the victory.

Decker finished with 13 points six assists and four steals to lead four players in double figures for the Bucs. Junior guard Amelia Medolla and senior point Taylor Crystian each hit two threes in scoring 12 apiced and junior guard Chloe Teter also sank a pair of triples on course to 10 points.

Their efforts were necessary to offset Amaya Evans. The sophomore guard erupted for a career-high 35 points, fueled by six 3-pointers to go with five steals for Neptune (13-6, 9-3). Sophomore guard Ahjanae Young had 12 points and junior forward Laila Kendle cleared 10 rebounds.

No. 1 St. John Vianney 63, Colts Neck 20

Sophomore guard Madison St. Rose flipped in 25 points and classmate Ashley O'Connor finished with 10 for St. John Vianney (18-1, 11-0). The Lady Lancers snapped a 9-9 deadlock with a 17-6 charge in the second quarter.

Megan Cahalan had eight points and five boards and Mikaela Hubbard collected six points and eight boards for the Lady Lancers.

Junior guard Jess Thesing topped Colts Neck (10-7, 6-6) with 14 points.

Wall 36, Ocean 29

Senior guard Nikki Russo picked up seven of her 13 points at the foul line, senior guard Abby Nonnenberg grabbed 14 rebounds to accompany five poitns, three assists and two steals and senior forward Megan White supplied 11 boards and five points for the Crimson Knights (5-13, 3-8), who ended a seven-game losing streak.

Lila Trench countered with 14 points for Ocean (4-17, 1-11).


Keansburg 44, Somerset Tech 40

The Titans (4-14) recovered from a 13-3 deficit by orchestrating an 18-4 outburst in the second quarter to build a 21-17 lead. Senior forward Aaliyah Coleman supported 14 points with 15 rebounds and freshman guard Scarlet Oliva added 10 points, four boards and two steals.

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