Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Jan. 17
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, Jan. 17
No. 8 Jackson Memorial 57, Southern 30
Senior Ally Vella pulled down a whopping 19 rebounds to go with 10 points for the Jaguars (8-2, 6-0), who put together a 30-11 showing in the second half.
Senior guard Kristina Donza flipped in 21 points and cleared eight rebounds and junior guard Rachel Capua complemented 12 points with six boards.
Southern (6-5, 3-3) got 15 points from senior swing Kaela Curtin.
No. 10 Toms River North 44, Central 30
Sophomore forward Jackie Benvenuto posted a double double, picking up 10 points and 14 boards for the Mariners (7-2, 5-1), which was clinging to a 15-13 lead at halftime.
Senior swing Kristina Johnson finished with 12 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals for Toms River North and senior forward Paige Farley added a season-high nine points and seven rebounds.
Martine Chevalier had nine points for Central (5-6, 3-4).
Toms River East 55, Toms River South 30
Senior guard Jordyn Madigan pumped in 16 points and led three players in double figures for the Raiders.
Senior forward Emily Maire was responsible for 13 points and sophomore guard Kelleen Sullivan scored 10 for Toms River East (6-4, 5-2), which took control from the outset, crafting a 16-5 advantage in the first quarter.
Kelle Anwander dropped in 11 for Toms River South (2-8, 0-6).
Colts Neck 59, Wall 39
Senior guard Camryn Foltz buried five 3-pointers and total 23 points to spark the Cougars (5-4, 3-3). Colts Neck benefited from a 29-14 performance of the second and third quarters that gave way to a 47-27 lead.
Junior guard Jess Thesing chipped in with 13 points in the win. Wall (4-7, 2-4) received 10 points from Megan White.
Keyport 37, Keansburg 30
Freshman forward Isabella Bednarz dropped in 12 points to help Keyport (2-7, 1-5) snap a six-game losing streak. Jackie Burgos and Brittney Mallon tacked on six apiece and Shannon O'Donnell and Marquita Cordero each scored five for the Red Raiders, who led, 8-2, at the end of the first quarter and extended the advantage to 23-13 by halftime.
Aaliyah Coleman topped Keansburg (3-7, 1-5) with 12 points.
Trinity Hall 52, Mater Dei 32
Senior forwards Colleen Kelly and Caitlin Wingertzahn ignited a first-half spark that carried the Monarchs (8-3, 6-0) in a clash between the top two teams in B Central.
Kelly scored eight in the first quarter and netted all 10 of her points prior to intermission while Wingertzahn canned a pair of 3-pointers and converted 4 of 10 at the foul line before the break to power Trinity Hall to a 33-10 halftime cushion. The Monarchs outscored Mater Dei (7-5, 6-1), 20-2, in the second quarter, conceding a buzzer-beating putback by Bridget Sullivan.
Sophomore point guard Haven Dora collected seven points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals while senior guard Maggie Ward finished with nine points, eight boards and four assists for Trinity Hall.
Sophomore guard Madison Lopez scored eight of her team-high 10 points in the fourth quarter for Mater Dei.
Point Beach 32, Henry Hudson 19
Junior forward Cassidy Burns popped in 14 points to lead the Garnet Gulls (8-3, 4-2), who built on a four-point halftime lead by outscoring Henry Hudson, 15-6, in the second half.
Allison House had six points and Grace Frauenheim five for Point Beach. Ann McGavin grabbed nine boards and Ellie Hendrickson scored six for the Admirals (4-7, 3-3).
No. 3 Manchester 61, Lakewood 25
The backcourt tandem of senior Nahkaleigh Hayes-Jones and Gabriella Ross clicked for 14 points apiece and junior forward Destiny Adams finished with 11 points and seven boards for the Hawks (10-2, 6-0).
Senior guard Serenity Anderson supplied sx rebounds and five blocked shots for Mancehster.
Junior guard Alana Bergstrom scored 15 for Lakewood (0-10, 0-6).
Lacey 55, Pinelands 27
Sophomore forward Sarah Zimmerman had a monster double-double for the Lions, reaping 20 points and 16 rebounds. Junior guard Caylie Biele 10 points and five assists while junior guard McKayla Mooney had 10 points for Lacey.
Sophomore forward Madelynn Bell had nine points and seven boards in the triumph.
Donovan Catholic 62, Jackson Liberty 37
Senior forward Karolina Jaruseviciute backed up 16 points with 12 rebounds and four assists while junior guard Jordyn Keating flipped in 17 points to power Donovan Catholic (7-4, 5-1). The Griffins took control over the middle portion of the contest, using a 44-18 outburst that bridged the second and third quarters to build a 52-25 gap.
Tatjana Tatar chipped in with 12 points. She and Jaruseviciute hit three 3-pointers apiece. Kayla Nelson scored 15 for Jackson Liberty (7-4, 4-2). Jessica Cannestro pulled down 14 rebounds and Ariana Broughton grabbed 11 for the Lions.