Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Jan. 11
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Saturday, Jan. 11
No. 10 Marlboro 60, Neptune 51
Junior guard Sammy Jay (14 points), junior forward Jessica Riepe (10 points) and sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger (13 points) each buried a pair of 3-pointers for Marlboro (7-2). Freshman guard Erica DiSimone chipped in with a season-best 13 points for the Mustangs, who outscored Neptune, 33-25, in the second half to notch their fourth consecutive victory.
Senior forward Macy Brackett recorded an impressive double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds for Neptune (7-2). Sophomore guard Ahjanae Young picked up nine points and 10 rebounds and backcourt classmate Amaya Evans offered 12 points and four assists for the Scarlet Fliers.
Raritan 30, Middletown North 24
Junior guard Lucy Alberici recorded her fourth double-double in five games, going for 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Rockets (3-4). Alberici and sophomore guard Meg Casey, who dropped in 10 points, each hit a pair of 3-pointers for Raritan, which entered the fourth quarter with a precarious 22-20 lead. Sophomore forward Grace Smith grabbed 10 rebounds in the victory.
Senior guard Hayley Stratton had 11 points to top Middletown North (3-5).
Brick Memorial 47, Freehold 26
Junior guard Alexis Voorhees sank three 3-pointers on course to a game-high 18 to lead the Mustangs (2-6), who ended a six-game losing skid. Brick Memorial used a 14-5 showing in the second quarter to gain a 23-15 advantage. Senior guards Karina Roettger and Jordan Viggiano each scored seven for the Stangs.
Amy Potochar had seven points and six rebounds for Freehold (2-6).
Freehold Twp. 55, Southern 32
Junior guard Tanya Elsbree sank 11 of her game-high 16 points from the foul line while junior forward Hannah Orloff gave the Patriots (7-2) frontcourt presence with 16 points. Freehold Twp. benefitted from a fast start, racing to a 22-10 lead in the first quarter. Junior Kaylie Elsbree added nine points on three 3-pointers.
Senior swing Kaela Curtin ended with 12 points and sophomore swing Sarah Lally had nine for Southern (4-4).
Toms River South 50, Point Boro 45
Kelle Anwander, a 6-2 junior forward, collected 17 points and eight rebounds while senior forward Brianna Weltner and freshman guard Emma Wagner struck for 10 points each to fuel Toms River South (2-6), which snapped a four-game losing streak. Senior guard Madison Braun steered the offense, picking up nine assists for the Indians.
Senior forward Kate Leturgez had 15 points and sophomore guard Gen Fara added 14 as well as 14 rebounds for Point Boro (2-6). Junior guard Lila Shaver hit three 3-pointers en route to nine points for the Panthers.
Mater Dei 53, Wall 34
Senior guard Katie Zoda lit a spark from the arc for the Seraphs (5-4), canning four threes in producing 18 points. Junior guard Jhamena Range accounted for 12 points for Mater Dei, which crafted a 12-3 cushion after one quarter.
Senior guard Nikki Russo ended with 10 points and sophomore swing Paris Tharp netted nine for Wall (3-6).
Trinity Hall 64, Holmdel 51
Sophomore guard Haven Dora pumped in a season-high 20 points and senior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn amassed 22 points and 10 rebounds for the Monarchs (6-3), who led at the break, 28-20. Senior forward Colleen Kelly delivered 12 points and eight boards for Trinity Hall.
Senior forward Leah Nolan dropped in 15 points, junior swing Ryann Taylor scored 12 and sophomore forward Abbey Ferguson added 10 for Holmdel (4-4).
East Orange 49, Donovan Catholic 36
Karolina Jarusviciute, Olivia Conroy and Tatjana Tatar each scored nine points for Donovan Catholic (5-3), which fell behind East Orange (8-1), 20-6, after one quarter.
South Jersey vs. The Shore
At Rancocas Valley, Mount Holly
No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 49, Bishop Eustace 44
Senior guard Paige Slaven clicked for 18 points, four assists and three rebounds as the Bulldogs (5-2) used a 16-10 second quarter to open a 30-21 lead. Senior forward Lucy Adams cleared a dozen rebounds to complement seven points and junior guard Cortland McBarron backed 11 points with five boards for Rumson-Fair Haven, which snapped a two-game losing skid and pinned Bishop Eustace (8-1) with its first setback.
No. 1 Red Bank Catholic 35, Lenape 23
Sophomore guard Justine Pissott flipped in 14 points and sophomore center Ally Carman deposited 12 for the Caseys (8-1), who opened a 25-10 lead by intermission. The RBC defense limited Lenape (6-3) to a season-low 23 points.
No. 2 St. John Vianney 57, Washington Twp. 34
Sizzling sophomore guard Madison St. Rose poured in a career-high 27 points to go with four rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Lady Lancers (8-0), who took a 14-7 lead in the first eight minutes. Junior guard Katie Hill had 12 points, five rebounds, three steals and two assists while sophomore guard Ashley O’Connor supplied seven points, three boards, three assists and four steals.
Gloucester Catholic 56, No. 7 Jackson Memorial 51
Senior guard Kristina Donza netted 23 and junior guard Rachel Capua added 17 for Jackson (5-2).
No. 8 Manasquan 47, Rancocas Valley 42
Sophomore forward Dorothy Loffredo provided 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Warriors (7-2), who turned a 13-5 showing in the second quarter into a 30-19 halftime lead.
Sophomore swing Georgia Heine had a team-high 15 points and senior guard Maddie Fagan added seven points and four boards.
Cherokee 41, No. 4 St. Rose 40
Senior guard Brynn Farrell scored nine, junior forward Maureen Stapleton had eight and senior forward Maria Tedesco snared eight rebounds for St. Rose (6-4). The Purple Roses outscored Cherokee (9-0), 32-24, in the second half but couldn't complete dig out of a 17-8 halftime deficit.
Maggie Cavanaugh sank a pair of free throws for St. Rose that tied the game at 37-37 with under a minute left in the fourth. Alexa Therien countered with two foul shots and a putback to reclaim the lead for Cherokee.
Coaches Choice Select
at Bound Brook
No. 6 Red Bank 64, New Dorp (NY) 62
Senior guard Taylor Crystian popped for 19 points and led four players who finished in double figures for the Bucs (7-2), who drilled 12 3-pointers.
Chloe Teter counted three triples among her 15 points, Mia Strand hit four on course to 12 points and Amelia Medolla drained a pair in ending with 12. Emma Moriarty added two from behind the arc and had six points for Red Bank.