Girls Basketball: Vote for Shore Conference Player of the Week
Vote for Shore Conference Girls Basketball Player of the Week
Anyssa Fields, Long Branch
The smooth senior swing has been instrumental in the Green Wave's 5-0 start, averaging 18.6 points and 13.6 rebounds. She posted her fourth double-double Tuesday night, backing up 18 points with 15 boards and four block shots in a 61-41 victory at Freehold Twp.
Jessica Riepe, Marlboro
Do yourself a favor and be sure to get a hand in the face of the junior sharpshooter. Riepe used five 3-pointers to collect 15 points in a 76-52 win against Manalapan and knocked down four more on Tuesday en route to scoring 14 in a victory over Freehold. She tops the Shore Conference with 26 threes.
Lucy Alberici, Raritan
The 5-6 junior guard (15.2 ppg.) provides the Rockets with versatility, emphasized by consecutive double-doubles. Alberici collected 15 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and three steals during a 49-35 loss to Holmdel and flirted with a triple-double on Tuesday, finishing with 16 points, 10 boards and seven assists as Raritan topped Monmouth, 45-32.
Brynn Farrell, St. Rose
The 5-11 Florida recruit (23.3 ppg.) picked up 16 points in a loss to Red Bank Catholic, a season-high 33 in an 80-69 setback to Sidwell Friends (Md.) and helped the Purple Roses get back on the winning track Tuesday with 15 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals in a triumph over Shore.
Kristina Donza, Jackson Memorial
Donza has bordered on unstoppable for the Jaguars, netting 24.2 points per game. She recorded her first double-double of the season with 23 points and a dozen rebounds during a 71-32 win over Brick Memorial and had 23 points, five assiss, four boards and two steals on Tuesday when the Jags downed Central, 58-25.
Jordyn Madigan, Toms River East
The fearless 5-2 junior guard (16.1 ppg,) was instrumental in a pair of A South victories. Madigan pumped in a season-high 23 points to go with four rebounds, three assists and a pair of steals in a 52-37 decision against Southern and netted 20 on Monday when the Raiders topped Brick, 47-38.
Camryn Foltz, Colts Neck
Foltz pumped in a season-best 29 points on Tuesday, leading the Cougars past Matawan, 53-31. She was responsible for 21 points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals in a 44-41 loss to Red Bank.
Chloe Teter, Red Bank
A shift to the two-guard has proven to be a perfect fit for the 5-9 junior. Teeter was clutch on Friday night, netting a season-high 23 points while picking up six boards, four steals and three blocks to power the Bucs by Colts Neck, 44-41. She clicked for 14 on Tuesday in a 57-36 victory over Ocean.
Madison St. Rose, St. John Vianney
St. Rose continues to bloom for the Lady Lancers. The 5-9 sophomore guard had 17 points and six rebounds as a driving force on Sunday in SJV's 40-38 victory over national power Riverdale Baptist (Md.) at the Blue Star Invitational. She delivered 12 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists on Tuesday in a win over Wall.
Caitlin Wingertzahn, Trinity Hall
The 6-1 senior forward is making a difference at both ends of the court for the Monarchs. She collected 13 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and two steals on Saturday in a 32-30 loss to Wall and had 12 points, six rebounds, four blocks, three steals and two assists on Tuesday when Trinity Hall defeated Asbury Park.
Kya Joseph, Barnegat
One of the more unsung players in the Shore, the 5-7 sophomore guard is a picture of consistency. She has posted three straight double-doubles, including 15 points and 12 rebounds in a loss to Donovan Catholic and 15 points to complement 13 boards on Monday in a heartbreaking 50-48 setback against Jackson Liberty.
Maura Carney, Jackson Liberty
The 5-7 junior guard is an influential figure for the Lions. Carney (18.1 ppg., 18 3-pointers) supported 14 points with three rebounds, two assists and two steals during a 47-33 win against Lacey. She pumped in 18 points and doled out seven assists on Monday when the Jackson Liberty downed Barnegat, 50-48, for its fourth straight victory.