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Winter Hoops Classic

At RWJ Barnabas Health Center

No. 8 Red Bank Catholic 66, Toms River East 49

Sophomore Cyril Arvanitis scored a game-high 22 points and the Caseys (9-5) ran away with a win over the Raiders (5-8).

Senior Charlie Gordinier added 15 points and sophomore C.J. Ruoff poured in 13 for Red Bank Catholic.

Senior Mike Goodall led Toms River East with 15 points, senior Ryan Goodall netted 13 and junior Charlie Monica poured in 12 in the loss.

Lincoln 45, No. 2 Toms River North 43

Junior Toriano Munford scored the go-ahead layup with 19 seconds left and the Lions (10-3) edged the Mariners (13-3).

Munford scored 14 points to lead Lincoln, which rode a 14-3 run at the close of the second quarter to take the lead for good.

Senior Najae Hallenbeck led Toms River North with 15 points and 11 rebounds while senior Jakari Spence chipped in 11 points for the Mariners, including a jumper to tie the game at 41-41 late in the fourth quarter.

Freshman Jaiden Fraser also hit a pair of game-tying free-throws with 1:57 left to make it 43-43. Senior Colin Baker also poured in eight points before fouling out with 2:49 left.

St. Joseph Hammonton 58, Red Bank 50

Marcus Pierce scored 22 points and Daniel Skillings added 21 to help the Wildcats (10-2) take down the Bucs (6-10).

Sophomore Pat Murray scored 14 points and junior Nick Ferrogine added 13 to lead Red Bank.

Ridge 74, Toms River South 43


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At Marist

Plainfield 79, No. 7 Matawan 51

CBA 65, Piscataway 48

Junior Colin Farrell scored 21 points to earn game MVP honors and the Colts (8-8) rode a strong second-half showing to a win over the Chiefs (4-11).

Junior Ryan Cremen added 18 points and junior Dane Moran pitched in 12 for CBA, which outscored Piscataway, 37-16, in the second half.



St. Peter’s (Staten Island) 58, Mater Dei Prep 54

Senior Pete Gorman scored 21 points and classmate Tahaj Parland added 11 but it was not enough to nab the Seraphs a win.


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