Jeep Store Boys Basketball Monday Scoreboard, 2/3/20
Class A South
Toms River East 54, Jackson Memorial 42
Senior Ryan Goodall scored 23 points, grabbed six rebounds and swiped four steals as the Raiders (8-8, 7-4) pulled away with a win over the Jaguars (8-9, 5-6).
Senior Mike Goodall pitched in 18 points, eight rebounds and four steals for Toms River East.
Junior Sean Slusak led Jackson Memorial with 12 points.
Toms River North 67, Brick Memorial 27
Seniors Jakari Spence and Najae Hallenbeck each logged a double-double for the second straight game and the Mariners (17-3, 11-0) coasted to a win over the Mustangs (5-12, 2-9) to make it 71 straight division wins.
Spence finished with 20 points and 10 assists and Hallenbeck put up 15 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Lamir Mitchell added eight points, 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals for Toms River North.
Toms River South 54, Brick 34
Seniors Jalen Folsom and Nick Luongo scored 19 points each and the Indians (4-14, 4-7) rolled to a win over the Green Dragons (1-15, 1-10). Folsom also grabbed nine rebounds and Luongo had six steals.
Junior Ty Williams led Brick with 10 points.
Southern 48, Central 36
Junior Ben Ridgway scored a career-high 25 points and the Rams (12-5, 9-2) topped the Golden Eagles (6-11, 5-6) behind a 27-11 run over the span of the second half. Junior Jay Silva added 15 points for Southern.
Sophomore Justin Soranno led Central with 12 points and junior Eugene Brown added eight in the loss.
Class B Central
Ranney 56, Keansburg 29
Sophomores Elijah Perkins and Charles Anyichie each scored 15 points and the Panthers (10-7, 9-0) coasted to a win over the Titans (5-9, 2-7). Perkins added four assists and three steals while Anyichie pitched in 10 rebounds and four blocks.
Sophomore Taheen Braswell added 13 points for Ranney, while senior Nasir Williams and junior Davon Jackson each scored eight to lead Keansburg.
Mater Dei Prep 66, Keyport 50
Senior Pete Gorman scored 29 points on six three-pointers and the Seraphs (11-7, 9-1) downed the Red Raiders (10-6, 5-5). Junior Daryen Cabrera added nine points off the bench for Mater Dei.
Junior Jake Mitchell led Keyport with 17 points and senior Chris Johnson added 10 in the loss.
Point Beach 65, Asbury Park 46
Class B South
Lakewood 44, Donovan Catholic 37
Freshman Samir Padilla scored 17 points and senior Ryan Savoy pitched in 15 as the Piners (13-5, 9-2) shook off a slow start to rally past the Griffins (9-8, 7-4), moving into sole possession of first place in Class B South.
Donovan Catholic jumped out to an 18-6 lead in the first quarter and Lakewood cut that lead to two by the end of the third quarter before closing with a 13-4 fourth quarter.
Senior Matt Weeden led Donovan Catholic with 10 points.
Manchester 46, Point Boro 39
Senior Josh Hayes led a balanced scoring effort with 15 points and the Hawks (10-6, 7-4) handed the Panthers (11-5, 8-3) their third straight loss. Sophomore Savon Myers added nine points for Manchester.
Freshman Stephen Mellett led Point Boro with 11 points while sophomore Matt Lee chipped in nine for the Panthers, who won 10 straight overall before losing its last three games to fall out of first place in the B South race.
Barnegat 58, Lacey 33
Junior Jaxon Baker scored 21 points and the Bengals (13-4, 7-4) rolled to a win over the Lions (6-10, 4-7). Senior Isaiah Gerena added 11 points and both junior Tyler Quinn and senior Brendan Revello poured in eight apiece for Barnegat.
Senior Donovan Bacchetta led Lacey with nine points.
Jackson Liberty 45, Pinelands 35
Sophomore Phanique Dupree scored 14 points and the Lions (3-14, 1-10) topped the Wildcats (4-13, 1-10) for their first B South win of the season.
Senior Manny Clay added 11 points and senior Jake Bosco netted nine for Jackson Liberty.
Junior Josh Kline and senior Ryan Skeie led Pinelands with nine points each and sophomore Rian O'Rourke added eight in the loss.
Raritan 62, Henry Hudson 44
Senior Luke Davies scored 21 points and senior Jaylen Smith poured in 20 to pace the Rockets (8-7) to a win over the Admirals (2-15).
Senior Mike Mohr led Henry Hudson with 16 points and junior Trevor Hendrickson netted nine in the loss.