Girls Basketball Scoreboard (Feb. 8)
Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, February 8
No. 9 Toms River North 54, No. 10 Jackson Memorial 44
Senior forward Jenna Paul had 24 points, nine rebounds, three assists and three blocks while senior point guard Brielle Bisogno provided 14 points, six boards and four assists to steer Toms River North (17-3, 13-1) to the A South title and its seventh consecutive win.
Paul scored six straight points to give the Mariners a 37-32 lead with 5:01 showing in the third quarter. She pumped in 20 points over the second and third periods.
Junior guard Kristina Donza poured in a game-high 28 for the Jags (14-6, 10-3), who had their nine-game win streak snapped.
Toms River East at Central, 5:30
Toms River South 39, Brick Memorial 24
Senior forward Shiloh Williams paced a balanced showing by the Indians (10-9, 7-7) with eight points and eight boards. The win assured Toms River South a berth in the Shore Conference Tournament.
Caitlin Carroll picked up seven points, three rebounds, two assists and a steal for the Indians, who used a 17-9 second quarter to open a 26-16 gap.
Alexis Voorhees had nine points and Ella Moore scored eight for Brick Memorial (2-19, 0-14).
No. 1 St. John Vianney 60, Ocean 15
Senior forward Sajada Bonner clicked for 17 points to mark her 11th straight outing scoring in double figures for the Lady Lancers (18-1), who completed a 14-0 march to the B North title.
Freshman guard Madison St. Rose chipped in with 10 points for Vianney, which led, 28-6, at the break.
Bette Bradley had six points and four rebounds for Ocean (9-15, 4-10).
Ranney at Mater Dei, 4
Trinity Hall 54, Keansburg 12
The Monarchs (14-6, 12-1) used the scoring contributions of nine different sources to assure at least a share of the A Central title.
Junior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn led the army of scorers with nine points as well as nine rebounds while freshman Haven Dora and junior Maggie Ward offered eight apiece. Senior guard Colleen Cusat chiped in with seven.
Henry Hudson 35, Asbury Park 33
Point Beach 67, Keyport 52
Senior guard Carleigh Burns counted a pair of thress among her 22 points, sophomore guard Allison House clicked for 16 points and senior guard McKayla Hughes scored 10 to power the Beach (16-5, 11-3).
The Garnet Gulls jumped to a 22-11 lead and extended their advantage to 41-23 by intermission.
Senior forward Giana Piccini had 17 points for Keyport (12-7, 8-6), senior guard Shannan Devlin flipped in 15 and senior guard Alexis Breen added 13 points for the Red Raiders.
Barnegat 43, Pinelands 31
Senior forward Jada Baker picked up 19 points, eight rebounds, three blocks, two assists and a steal for the Bengals (11-10, 6-7), who secured their place in the upcoming Shore Conference Tournament.
Senior forward Sydney Boyer had seven points and eight rebounds and Nikki Lozito supplied seven points, four steals and three assists for Barnegat.
Pinelands (8-12, 6-8) got 19 points from Bridget Dudas.
Donovan Catholic 60, Point Boro 41
Senior forward Nalah Tinsley posted a double double with 10 points and 13 rebounds, junior forward Jayda Kearney dropped in 18 points and junior guard Paige Slaven went for 12 points and six assists for the Griffins (16-4, 12-2).
Donovan Catholic grabbed a 16-6 lead at the end of the first quarter and took a 26-12 cushion into intermission.
Riley Sexton had a team-high 13 points for Point Boro (8-12, 7-7)
No 3 Manchester 85, Jackson Liberty 26
Junior point guard Kemari Reynolds filled up the stat sheet by compiling 17 points, nine assists, eight rebounds and five steals as the Hawks (20-2) completed a 14-0 showing to stamp their B South divisional title.
Myah Hourigan struck for a season-high 16 points, Nahkaleigh Hayes-Jones scored 11 and sophomore guard Destiny Adams added 10 points and five boards for Manchester, which seized a 25-5 lead after the initial eight minutes.
Jessica Cannestro ad 10 points and Maura Carney finished with nine for Jackson Liberty (10-12, 4-10).
Bishop Ahr 54, No. 4 Manasquan 48
Bishop Ahr (20-2) used an 18-10 surge over the closing eight minutes to upend the visiting Warriors (16-5).
Kelsey Ransom pumped in 20 points and Madison Ruddy scored 13 for the Trojans, who overcame a 27-24 halftime deficit. Senior swing Faith Masonius topped Manasquan with 17 points and 12 rebounds while senior guard Lola Mullaney and freshman swing Georgia Heine each netted nine.