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Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Friday, Jan. 31

SSN Girls Basketball Top 10 - Jan. 27

A South

Toms River East 63, Brick 30

Senior guard Jordyn Madigan erupted for a career-high 30 points to fuel the Raiders. Madigan nailed three 3-pointers in the outburst as Toms River East (9-5, 7-3) raced to an 18-4 advantage.

Emma Carpino scored 17 for Brick (3-13, 1-9).

No. 8 Jackson Memorial 64, Central 40

Senior guard Kristina Donza posted her fourth straight double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds while junior guard Rachel Capua sank four threes, pumped in a game-high 24 and grabbed seven boards as Jackson Memorial (14-2, 10-0) won its ninth straight.

Freshman swing Zoei Mafferi was a force on the defensive side, amassing a team-high nine rebounds and five steals, senior guard Ally Vella cleared seven boards and senior guard Bianca Giordano had six assists and four steals for the Jaguars.

Central (9-7, 5-5) got 10 points from Jadelynn Smith, nine out of Kayla Krzyzkowski and seven from Martine Chevalier.

Southern 53, Brick Memorial 40

Senior swing Kaela Curtin poured in a season-high 21 while sophomore forward Sarah Lally and senior guard Sam Del Rio each added 10 for the Rams (9-6, 6-4), who built a 31-17 halftime lead on the strength of a 17-5 second quarter.

Brick Memorial (4-11, 2-8) got 13 points from Alexis Voorhees.

B Central

Point Beach 61, Ranney 36

Junior forward Cassidy Burns pumped in 18 points and sophomore guard Grace Frauenheim netted a season-high 12 as nine different players were involved in the scoring for the Garnet Gulls (12-4, 7-3).

Bella Santulli countered with 15 for Ranney (2-9, 2-8).

Trinity Hall 75, Asbury Park 35

Senior forward Caitlin Wingertzahn picked up 15 points, eight rebounds and five blocks, senior guard Maggie Ward scored 14 and junior forward Emma Bradley contributed six points, 10 boards and four blocked shots for the Monarchs (13-5, 11-0), who raced to a 25-3 lead.

Tyasia Cooper pumped in 25 for Asbury Park (8-8, 4-6)

Mater Dei 54. Keansburg 26

Sophomore guard Shelby Barksdale led a balanced offensive performance for Mater Dei (10-7, 9-1) with 13 points. Liz Mauro (eight points) and Jenna Daquel (six points) each hit a pait of threes and Jaylynn Smith scored seven.

Aaliyah Coleman netted a team-high nine for Keansburg (3-12, 1-10).

Henry Hudson 42, Keyport 20

Senior guard Alyssa Curry backed 10 points with 10 rebounds, senior guard Gina Keel scored 12 points on four treys and junior center Ann McGavin had eight points and 10 boards for the Admirals (9-8, 6-4), who their fourth in a row.

Jackie Burgos led Keyport (2-11, 1-9) with 11 points.

B South

Jackson Liberty 42, Barnegat 28

Jessica Cannestro was an interior force for the Lions (9-6, 5-4). The 6-3 sophomore center piled up 13 points and 14 rebounds for Jackson Liberty, which fashioned a 20-10 lead at the half.

Maura Carney chipped in with 10 points and seven rebounds while Ashleigh Tavaska had nine points, five boards and three steals in the victory.

Kya Joseph, a 5-7 sophomore guard, registered her sixth consecutive double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds for Barnegat (5-11, 3-7).

Lakewood at Pinelands, 5:15

No. 3 Manchester 54, Donovan Catholic 40

The Hawks (15-3, 10-0) built a 17-11 lead in the first quarter and ended the game with a 17-9 showing in the fourth.

Junior forward Destiny Adams had 19 points, including 11 from the foul line, 13 rebounds, six rejections, three assist and two steals for Manchester. Senior guard Serenity Anderson was uncontainable under the boards, ripping down 15 rebounds to go with four steals and freshman guard Gabrielle Ross added 13 points.

Senior guard Tatjana Tatar topped Donovan Catholic (12-6, 8-2), which had a five-game win streak halted, with 13 points and sophomore guard Olivia Conroy finished with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Point Boro 47, Lacey 37

Senior guard Kate Leturgez returned to the lineup for the Panthers (6-8, 6-3) after missing the previous two outings and was a force, collecting 18 points, 12 rebounds, three assiss and three blocked shots.

Junior guard Lila Shaver clicked for 15 points for Point Boro, which opened a 26-13 lead by halftime. Junior guard McKayla Mooney hit three 3-pointers and had 15 points for Lacey (7-8, 5-5).

Non-Divisional

Long Branch 42, No. 10 Neptune 34

Double-doubles from seniors Madison Grayson and Anyssa Fields powered the Green Wave (11-3), which scored its sixth straight victory, to arguably their biggest win of the season.

Grayson pulled down 17 rebounds to complement her 12 points while Fields supplied 13 points and 10 boards for Long Branch, which used an 18-7 surge in the third to open a 35-22 cushion. Junior guard Jada Rogers provided perimeter coverage for the Green Wave, knocking down four 3-pointers on course to 12 points.

Sophomore guard Amaya Evans finished with 17 points and seven rebounds and backcourt classmate Ahjanae Young added 11 for Neptune (12-5), which had its six-game win streak snapped.

Non-Conference

Long Island Lutheran 77, No. 1 St. John Vianney 51

The Lady Lancers (15-1) absorbed their first loss in Glen Head, NY. Sophomore guard Madison St. Rose and junior guard Katie Hill each compiled 11 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists for SJV.

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