Girls Scoreboard

Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard

Monday, January 28

A South

Jackson Memorial 48, Toms River East 33

Don't look now, but here comes Jackson Memorial. The Jaguars (11-5, 8-2) ran their win streak to six by building a 13-3 lead in the first quarter and parlaying a 19-6 outburst in the third to widen the gap to 40-18.

Junior guard Rachel Capua collected 19 points, seven rebounds and three steals, junior guard Bianca Giordano dished out 10 assists and senior forward Dani Evans posted a double-double with 10 points and 15 rebounds.

Junior guard Jordyn Madigan and junior forward Emily Maire finished with eight points apiece for the Raiders (10-5, 8-3), who had five-game win streak halted.

No. 10 Toms River North 66, Brick Memorial 36

Senior forward Jenna Paul poured in 26 points, supported by seven rebounds, three blocks, two steals and one assist as the Mariners parlayed a 21-8 first quarter into the spark for a second straight win.

Senior guard Brielle Bisogno had 11 points, eight assists and four steals while freshman guard Sydney Howell chipped in with five points, four steas, four assists and three rebounds.

Nicole Chick jammed in 10 points, Ella Moore scored nine and Alexis Voorhees added seven for Brick Memoria (1-15, 0-11).

Toms River South 46, Brick 40

Sophomore Kelle Anwander, a 6-3 forward, dropped in a season-high 19 points and added eight rebounds for the Indians (9-7, 6-5).

Toms River South created the difference in the second quarter, using a subtle 11-5 showing to open a 34-26 advantage. Senior guard Caitlin Carroll offered eight points, five assists, four steals and two rebounds and junior guard Madison Braun contributed seven points, nine boards and four assists. Senior forward Molly LeGrand pulled down 11 rebounds.

Brick (5-12, 2-9) got 12 points from Angelina Jones and Sonja Andersen finished with 12 for the Green Dragons.

B Central

Ranney 41, Keansburg 21

Sophomore guard Brooke Schmelz matched her season-high with 16 points and senior forward Katherine Geraghty pickedup 10 points and 14 rebounds as Ranney (1-11, 1-9) ended its losing skid and provided coach Katelyn Linney, a former St. John Vianney standout, with her first career win.

The Panthers expanded on a 20-11 halftime lead with a 14-8 third quarter to increase the margin to 34-19. Junior guard Lily Blumenkrantz had seven points, four rebounds and four steals, Sonia Gazi cleared seven boards and scored four and junior forward CJ Moore chipped in with four points and five rebounds.

Aaliyah Coleman scored six for Keansburg (4-11, 2-9).

Mater Dei 57, Keyport 47

Junior guard Katie Zoda pumped in 22 points, handed out five assists, made four steals and cleared three rebounds to fuel the Seraphs (12-5, 10-1). Mater Dei used a 16-8 showing in the third to open a 43-32 advantage.

Sophomore forward Tori Kirk hauled down 13 rebounds and scored six while sophomore guard Jaylynn Graham collected nine points, five rebounds, four assists and one steal for Mater Dei.

Senior guard Alexis Breen finished with 16 points, four rebounds, four steals and three assists for Keyport (11-5, 7-4) and senior guard Shannan Devlin had 15 points and seven rebounds.

Point Beach 51, Asbury Park 20

Senior guard Carleigh Burns flipped in 17 and her sophomore sister Cassidy deposited 12 as the Beach (13-4, 9-2) rolled to its third consecutive win.

The Garnet Gulls set a definitive tone with a 29-1 outburst in the first quarter. Sophomore Allison House and freshman Patricia Rizzo each scored eight for Point Beach.

Ava Wilson topped Asbury Park (2-13, 2-9) with seven points.

Trinity Hall 51, Henry Hudson 14

Junior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn paced a balanced offensive performance by the Monarchs (10-6, 8-1) with 10 points, five rebounds, two assists and four blocked shots.

Cecilia Peters ended with eight points and freshman Haven Dora bestowed five steals and four assists upon the winning cause.

B South

Donovan Catholic 61, Lakewood 16

Sophomore guard Jordyn Keating provided 12 points, five rebounds, four steals and three assists and junior forward Karolina Jarusevicute connected for 10 points to go with four rebounds. Senior forward Nalah Tinsley and junior frontcourt partner Jayda Kearney chipped in with eight points and six rebounds apiece. Donovan Catholic raced to a 23-3 lead in the first quarter.

Junior guard Ayasha Diawara hit three triples and netted 14 for Lakewood (4-15, 0-11).

Barnegat 53, Lacey 48

Senior forward Jada Baker posted a monsterous double-double, generating 15 points and 21 rebounds to go with six assists, three blocks and a steal for the Bengals (11-8, 6-5), who won their third straight.

Senior forward Sydney Boyer had 14 points, four rebounds and three assists for Barnegat and the Bengals outscored Lacey, 25-20 over the second and third periods to craft a 41-36 gap.

Hayley Ocskasy scored 16 and Allie Toth netted 12 for the Lions (8-10, 5-6).

Jackson Liberty 34, Pinelands 26

The Lions (9-10, 3-8) snapped a six-game losing streak by downing Pinelands (6-11, 4-7) to sweep the season series.

No. 3 Manchester 77, Point Boro 32

The sizzling Hawks (17-2, 11-0) carved out a 49-14 halftime deficit en route to their ninth win in a row.

Junior point guard Kemari Reynolds and sophomore guard Destiny Adams scored 15 apiece and senior guard Leilani Correa finished with 14 for Manchester. Adams finished with a double-double, adding 10 rebounds as well as three assists.

Lila Shaver led Point Boro (6-10, 6-5) with seven points.

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