Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Jan. 24
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, Jan. 24
Freehold Twp. 45, Howell 27
Junior forward Hannah Orloff pumped in 17 points and junior guard Emily Tran finished with nine for the Patriots (10-4, 4-3), who put together a 14-4 showing in the third quarter to open a 31-21 gap.
Sophomore guard Mackenzi Greene led Howell (6-5, 3-4) with 11 points.
Long Branch 62, Freehold 22
Make it six straight double-doubles for Anyssa Fields. The 6-0 senior guard collected 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, four steals and rejected a shot for Long Branch (9-3, 4-3), which won its fourth straight.
Senior guard Alanna Lynch counted four 3-pointers among her 14 points for the Green Wave and she added six rebounds while junior guard Jada Rogers had 16 points, five boards and thee assists.
Long Branch broke the game open in the second quarter, using a 21-4 blitz to open a 33-13 cushion.
Sophomore guard Maddie Bideaux scored 10 for Freehold (2-11, 0-7).
Middletown South 45, Manalapan 21
Middletown South (7-3, 6-1) opened with a sizzling 3-point barrage, converting on its six attempts from behind the arc and building a 24-7 lead after one quarter.
Senior swing Kayla Richardson accounted for two treys and 16 points to go with 12 rebounds, three steals, three blocks and two assists and senior guard Stephanie Mayerhofer drained three to end with nine points.
Carlyn Deaver and Jordyn Ferraro scored seven each for Manalapan (3-10, 1-6).
No. 1 Red Bank Catholic 50, Shore 30
Sophomore guard Justine Pissott drilled a trio of 3-pointers among her game-high 15 points for the Caseys (13-1, 8-0). Junior point guard Sophia Sabino chipped in with 11 in the victory and, along with freshman guard Casey Prior (six points), hit a pair of jumpers from beyond the arc.
Shore (8-7, 2-6) got 13 points from junior guard Madison LaRosa and 11 out of freshman guard Rylee Drahos.
No. 7 Manasquan 53, Raritan 34
Trailing, 21-18, at the break, Manasquan (9-4, 5-3) responded with a 21-8 outburst in the third to grab a 39-29 advantage on course to earning head coach Lisa Kukoda her 200th career win. Sophomore forward Dorothy Loffredo marked the occasion with a career-high 15 points.
Sophomores Brooke Hollawell and Georgia Heine each netted nine points for the Warriors and 6-0 classmate Mary Donnelly added eight.
Lucy Alberici finished with 15 points and Sarah O'Leary had 11 for Raritan (4-8, 1-7).
No. 4 St. Rose 78, Holmdel 54
Senior guard Brynn Farrell delivered 13 of her 24 points during a 19-11 third quarter that pushed St. Rose (10-4, 7-1) in front, 51-45. Senior forward Makayla Andrews posted a double-double in the triumph with 20 points and 12 rebounds and junior point guard Abby Antognoli added 17 points and eight rebounds.
Junior swing Ryann Taylor led Holmdel (6-7, 3-5), which held a 34-32 advantage at the half, with 13 points and senior forward Leah Nolan added 11 points and seven rebounds.
No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 58, Monmouth 24
Freshman Julia Corsentino and sophomore Grace Colucci paced a balanced offensive display by the Bulldogs (11-2, 6-2) with eight points apiece. Freshman Julia Shanes scored 7 while senior Lucy Adams and sophomore Charley Rosen added six each for RFH.
No. 10 Toms River North at Brick, 5:30
Neptune 63, Matawan 37
Senior forward Macy Brackett exploded for a career-high 26 points as well as 10 rebounds to spark the Scarlet Fliers (9-4, 6-2), who outscored Matawan (4-10, 1-7), 36-17, in the second half en route to their third consecutive win.
Neptune got an additional boost from its sophomore backcourt combination. Ahjanae Young netted 15 points while Amaya Evans had 14 points, six rebounds and five steals.
Sophomore swing Jada Allen scored a team-high nine for the Huskies.
Colts Neck 42, Ocean 20
The Cougars (6-5, 4-4) built a 12-5 lead after one quarter and got a huge contribution from senior guard Camryn Foltz, who dropped in a game-high 22 points.
Senior forward Bette Bradley paced Ocean (4-11, 1-7) with 11 points and seven rebounds.
Asbury Park 75, Ranney 67 (2 OT)
Barnegat 35, Pinelands 31
The Bengals (5-9, 3-5) used a 9-3 showing in the fourth to overcome a 28-26 deficit. Sophomore guard Kya Joseph ran her string of double-doubles to seven straight, gathering 22 points and 12 rebounds.
Freshman forward Cara McCoy provided additional presence on the glass for Barnegat, clearing 14 boards to go with her six points.
Sunni DiElmo topped Pinelands (3-10, 1-7) with 10 points.
Toms River South 55, Lacey 48
Senior guard Madison Braun was electric from the perimeter, knocking down a season-high four 3-pointers and striking for a career-best 21 points as the Indians (4-9) picked up their second win in thre games.
Junior forward Kelle Anwander finished with 17 points and eight rebounds while freshman guard Emma Wagner chipped in with 12 points, five steals and four assists for Toms River South.
Lacey (6-7) countered with 19 points from Sarah Zimmerman and 15 from Riley Giordano.