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Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Saturday, Jan. 25

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At Middletown North

No. 2 St. John Vianney 63, Trinity Hall 27

The Lady Lancers (13-0) cruised to a 31-14 halftime lead, getting offensive sparks from sophomore guard Madison St. Rose and junior guard Katie Hill.

St. Rose compiled 16 points, four rebounds, three assists and four steals while Hill offered 15 points, four boards, three assists, three steals and a blocked shot. Sophomore guard Ashley O’Connor chipped in with seven points and four steals. 

Senior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn topped Trinity Hall (10-5) with 15 points. 

Toms River East 44, Allentown 43

Senior guard Jordyn Madigan put the stamp on her game-high 18 points by driving the lane, kicking out and getting the ball right back to sink an off-balance layup at the buzzer to lift the Raiders (7-5).

Toms River East overcame a 31-19 halftime deficit, fueled by a 15-5 charge in the third. Sophomore guard Lizzie Gillen finished with 12 points in the win, the fourth in five outings for the Raiders. 

No. 9 Marlboro 71, No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 57

The Mustangs absolutely lit it up from long-range with sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger and junior forward Jessica Riepe the primary perimeter snipers. 

Schlesinger knocked down a season-best five treys and matched her season-high with 19 points while Riepe counted five triples among her 17 points as Marlboro sank 17 jumpers from behind the arc. It opened the contest by taking a 23-15 lead after one quarter and closed out the win with a 21-12 showing in the fourth. Junior point guard Sammy Jay accounted for three 3-pointers and chipped in with 13 points, one of six different Mustangs to drill a three. 

The triumph was the eighth straight for Marlboro (11-2).

Senior guard Paige Slaven finished with 18 points and freshman guard Julia Corsentino scored 10 for Rumson-Fair Haven (11-3), which rallied to forge a 45-45 deadlock with under three minutes remaining in the third quarter. The Bulldogs had their string of seven consecutive victories snapped.

Colts Neck 48, Middletown South 40

The Cougars (7-5) scored their second win of the season over Middletown South, fashioning a 32-12 halftime advantage. Senior guard Camryn Foltz fueled Colts Neck with 30 points, a season high.

Kayla Richardson countered with 16 points for Middletown South (7-4), which bowed to Colts Neck, 54-34, in the consolation round of the WOBM Christmas Classic on Dec. 29.

No. 6 Red Bank 66, Middletown North 39

Junior guard Amelia Medolla hit four 3-pointers on her way to scoring a game-high 17 for the Bucs. Medolla finished with a double-double, adding 10 rebounds.

Junior guard Caitlyn Decker had 15 points and five assists while junior guard Chloe Teter and senior guard Taylor Crystian each scored 12.

Middletown North (5-8) got 11 points from senior guard Olivia Cerbo and 10 more out of junior guard Victoria Palladino.

Non-Divisional

No. 8 Jackson Memorial 67, Wall 43

Senior guard Kristina Donza poured in a season-high 32 points to go with 11 rebounds for the Jaguars (11-2), who pocketed their sixth win in a row. Junior guard Rachel Capua had 11 points and senior point guard Bianca Giordano added 10 points and seven assists for Jackson. The Jags went into halftme possessing a 46-25 lead.

Senior guard Abby Nonnenberg scored 17 and senior guard Nikki Russo clicked for nine for Wall (4-10).

Henry Hudson 34, Freehold 31

Senior guard Gina Keel pushed the Admirals (6-8) to victory with a game-winning 3-pointer. Senior swing Alyssa Curry aided the Henry Hudson cause with a double-double, piling up 14 points and 11 rebounds. 

Sophomore guard Maddie Bideaux buried six 3-pointers and was responsible for 20 points for the Colonials (2-12).

Non-Conference

Neptune 63, Trenton 44

Senior forward Macy Bracket erupted for a career-high 31 points to power the Scarlet Fliers (10-4) to their fourth straight triumph. Sophomore guard Amaya Evans finished with 12 points for Neptune, which built a 50-29 cushion through three quarters.

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At Marist, Bayonne

Marist 66, Mater Dei 37

Sophomore guard Shelby Barksdade sank a team-high 16 points for Mater Dei (8-6), which trailed Marist (11-3), 21-9, after one quarter. Senior guard Katie Zoda had nine points in the loss.

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At Ocean City

Howell 58, Vineland 56

Junior guard Grace Leary pumped in a season-best 20 points to accompany six rebounds, junior forward Caitlin Gresko posted a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds and junior guard Mackenzie Bruno backed 10 rebounds with eight points, five steals and three assists for the Rebels (7-5).

Howell owned a 33-30 edge at intermission, sparked by a 15-8 first quarter. Cassie Conte had nine points and five rebounds in the triumph.

Non-Conference

Point Beach 51, West Windsor-Plainsboro North 34

Junior forward Cassidy Burns flipped in 17 points and junior guard Allison House clicked for 13 to pace the Beach (11-3), which backed a 21-5 burst in the first quarter with a 15-0 effort in the second to construct a 36-5 advantage. 

No. 3 Manchester 52, Winston-Salem Christian (NC) 48

Senior point guard Kemari Reynolds worked both ends of the floor for the Hawks (13-2), collecting a season-high 15 points as well as five steals.

Manchester, which got 10 points from freshman guard Angelica Velez, erased a 31-21 halftime deficit, closing the gap to 40-36 in the third before ending with a 16-8 rush in the fourth.

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