Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Jan. 28
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Tuesday, Jan. 28
No. 6 Marlboro 70, Manalapan 26
Junior guard Jessica Riepe fired in 14 points to spark the Mustangs (12-2, 7-0) to their ninth straight victory.
Shore 53, Monmouth 31
Junior guard Madison LaRosa pumped in 21 points and freshman backcourt partner Rylee Drahos netted 16 for Shore (9-7, 3-6), which established a 35-21 lead by intermission.
Sophomore guard Sydney Po collected 13 points and eight rebounds and senior guard Jillian Vigil grabbed 10 rebounds for Monmouth (2-14, 0-9).
No. 2 Red Bank Catholic 46, No. 4 St. Rose 43
Trailing, 39-37, with 3:44 left in regulation, Red Bank Catholic (14-2, 9-0) responded with a 7-0 run in a matter 1:47 to seize a 44-39 edge that it wouldn't relinquish, earning coach Joe Montano his 650th career win.
Sophomore center Ally Carman, who deposited a game-high 16 points despite playing while under the weather, stuck in a putback to draw the Caseys even and junior guard Toni Panayides broke the deadlock with her second 3-pointer of the night off a dish from sophomore guard Justine Pissott with 2:36 showing. Panayides, who picked up six points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal, returned the favor, setting up Pissott for a driving layup to cap the burst with 1:57 remaining.
RBC led by as many as 10 in the first half but the deficit was gradually whittled away by St. Rose. The Purple Roses used a 16-6 surge, capped by a 3-pointer from junior Niaisya Ervin, to gain their first lead, 31-29, with 2:42 left in the third. Another three, courtesy of junior point guard Abby Antognoli, extended St. Rose's advantage to 34-30 heading into the fourth.
Pissott finished with 12 points and five assists and junior point guard Sophia Sabino collected seven points, seven boards, three steals and two assists for the Caseys.
Antognoli had 10 points, four rebounds and three assists, senior Makayla Andrews, who was honored in a pre-game ceremony for netting her 1,000th point, added 10 points and four rebounds, senior forward Maria Tedesco chipped in with nine points, four rebounds and three blocks and senior guard Brynn Farrell provided seven assists, six rebounds and six points for the Roses (11-5, 7-2).
No. 8 Jackson Memorial 78, Brick Memorial 31
Senior guard Kristina Donza had 28 points and 10 reboudnds to power the Jaguars (12-2, 9-0) to their seventh consecutive win.
Junior guard Rachel Capua added 14 points, six steals and eight rebounds while senior point guard Bianca Giordano amassed 10 points, six assists and five steals in the triumph.
Central 44, Toms River South 43
Junior swing Jadelynn Smith paced a balanced offensive showing by Central (8-6, 5-4) with 11 points and the Golden Eagles secured the outcome with a 9-8 effort in the fourth quarter.
Allie Bentley and Julia Altieri scored nine apiece and Mercedes Corbin ended with seven for Central.
Kelle Anwander, a 6-4 junior forward, backed up 14 points with 14 rebounds and freshman guard Emma Wagner scored 13 for Toms River South (4-10, 1-8).
No. 10 Neptune 54, Ocean 27
Sophomore guard Amaya Evans and Ahjanae Young each poured in 16 points and combined on eight steals while forward Macy Brackett celebrated Senior Night at Neptune (11-4, 7-2) with 15 points, seven rebounds, three steals, two blocks and two assists. The Scarlet Fliers extended their win streak to five.
Jane Alto topped Ocean (4-12, 1-8) with seven points.
No. 1 St. John Vianney 76, Matawan 14
The Lady Lancers (15-0) built a 31-10 halftime lead and showed their offensive depth with 13 players supplying at least a bucket.
Sophomore guard Madison St. Rose led the army of producers for St. John Vianney with 15 points to go with eight rebounds and three steals. Junior guard Christina Whitehead netted 10, including a pair of 3-pointers, and junior guard Katie Hill had nine points, four boards, four assists and five steals.
No. 5 Red Bank 52, Colts Neck 33
Senior guard Taylor Crystian provided 14 points, junior guard Caitlyn Decker offered 13 points, six assists and five steals and junior guard Chloe Teter added 12 points, four boards and four steals to spark the Bucs (12-3, 8-1).
Junior guard Amelia Medolla chipped in with 10 points in the victory.
Henry Hudson 40, Keansburg 18
Senior swing Alyssa Curry finished with 11 points and junior center Ann McGavin dropped in 10 for the Admirals (7-8, 5-4), who set the tone with a 13-0 showing in the first quarter.
Kiara Castera led Keansburg (3-10, 1-8) with seven points.
Mater Dei 64, Asbury Park 29
Ranney 36, Keyport 23
Junior guard Brooke Schmelz and freshman guard Bella Santulli dropped in nine points each to pace the balanced play of Ranney (2-8, 2-7), which parlayed a 14-6 second quarter into a 22-12 halftime cushion en route to snapping a five-game losing skid.
Junior forward CJ Moore chipped in with eight points for the Panthers.
Senior swing Jackie Burgos scored a team-high eight for Keyport (2-10, 1-8).
Trinity Hall 52, Point Beach 29
Senior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn dropped in 16 points and sophomore point guard Haven Dora netted a dozen for the Monarchs (11-5, 9-0), who opened the contest with an 18-4 salvo.
Junior forward Cassidy Burns had a team-high 13 points and Hannah Hesler added eight for Point Beach (11-3, 6-3), which put together a 14-9 effort in the second quarter to narrow the gap to 27-18.
Trinity Hall responded with a 25-11 rebuttal in the second half.
Lacey 57, Jackson Liberty 42
Lacey (7-7, 5-4) built a 29-21 cushion by halftime and closed the contest with a 15-6 charge in the fourth to avenge a 47-33 to Jackson Liberty on Jan. 3.
Junior guard McKayla Mooney and sophomore forward Sarah Zimmerman erupted for 23 points each. For Mooney, it marked a career high while Zimmerman complemented her offense by clearing 14 rebounds.
Jackson Liberty (7-6, 4-4) got 16 points from Maura Carney and 15 from Jessica Cannestro.
Donovan Catholic 62, Barnegat 51
Donovan Catholic (11-5, 8-1) put together a 15-9 third quarter to open a 47-36 gap en route its fourth straight win. Junior guard Jordyn Keating struck for 25 points, senior guard Tatjana Tatar pumped in 18 and senior forward Karolina Jaruseviciute added 12 for the Griffins.
Their work was necessary to offeset the performance of Kya Joseph. The 5-7 sophomore guard exploded for a career-high 39 points as well as 12 rebounds, marking her fifth straight double-double and 10th of the season.
Point Boro 40, Lakewood 30
Junior guard Lila Shaver and sophomore guard Erika Marinelli paced the Panthers (5-7, 5-3) with 11 points apiece while senior guard Megan Feehan grabbed nine rebounds to go with six points.
Point Boro owned a 19-11 edge at the half and closed the game with a 13-8 effort in the fourth.
Asyha Diawara led Lakewood (0-14, 0-9) with 11 points and Yanet Gasga added 10.
No. 3 Manchester 60, Pinelands 28
Junior forward Destiny Adams clicked for 20 points, five boards and five steals while sophomore guard Amyah Bray netted 10 for the Hawks (14-3, 9-0), who got things started with a 21-7 outburst.
Bridget Dudas topped Pinelands (3-11, 1-8) with 18 points.
Freehold 38, Brick 34
Sophomore guard Maddie Bideaux pumped in 15 points on the strength of five 3-pointers as the Colonials (3-13) rallied from a 16-10 halftime deficit.
Senior forward Samantha Abbate supplied six points and three rebounds for Freehold, which used a 17-11 third to draw even.
Erika Cameron had 12 points for Brick (3-10).