Jeep Store Monday Boys Basketball Scoreboard, 1/28/19
Class A South
Jackson Memorial 67, Toms River East 56
Senior Micah Wallace scored 17 points and the Jaguars (9-8, 5-6) topped the Raiders (7-9, 3-8) to sweep the season series between the teams.
Senior Nick Kinzler added 15 points and junior Matt Mahala poured in 13 for Jackson Memorial. Senior Jayson Lee and junior Ryan Mahala chipped in eight points apiece as well in the win.
Junior Mike Goodall led Toms River East with 20 points while senior Josh Nicol added 12, sophomore Aidan Meola chipped in nine and junior Ryan Goodall netted eight in the loss. Meola also added seven rebounds and three assists.
Brick 53, Toms River South 51
Shane Williams scored 17 points and handed out six assists while classmate Jalen Jackson added 16 points and nine assists on Senior Night as the Green Dragons (9-7, 7-4) nipped the Indians (3-15, 2-9).
Class B Central
No. 1 Ranney 84, Keansburg 13
Scottie Lewis scored 17 points and the Panthers (16-2, 9-0) handled the Titans (2-12, 2-8) less than 24 hours after losing to Gill St. Bernard. Alex Klatsky added 14 points and younger brother, Brandon Klatsky poured in 12.
Bryan Antoine, Phillip Wheeler, Ahmadu Sarno and Elijah Perkins all threw in eight points for Ranney, which led Keansburg, 52-2, at halftime.
Asbury Park 67, Point Beach 41
Senior Jay-Shon Freeman scored a career-high 27 points and the Blue Bishops (10-9, 6-3) coasted to a win over the Garnet Gulls (0-18, 0-9).
Class B South
Donovan Catholic 61, Lakewood 47
Freshman Jaden Anthony led a balanced offensive attack with 11 points and four assists and the Griffins (10-6, 7-4) topped the Piners (4-14, 2-9) behind a strong third quarter.
Senior Matt Melon added nine points, six rebounds and four steals for Donovan Catholic, which outscored Lakewood, 22-8, in the third quarter to open up a 42-30 lead heading to the fourth.
Junior Ryan Savoy led Lakewood with 21 points and 13 rebounds.
Point Boro 52, Manchester 50
Freshman Dominic Schiappa scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead a balanced effort by the Panthers (7-10, 4-7) that was just enough to edge the Hawks (4-12, 3-8).
Freshmen Savon Myers and Wyatt Hasselbauer each scored 16 points to lead Manchester.
Barnegat 48, Lacey 46
Senior Brian Finucan hit a 30-foot three-pointer as time expired and the Bengals (6-11, 5-6) stunned the Lions (10-7, 5-6) at the buzzer.
The winning shot accounted for the only three points Finucan scored in the game. Senior Sean Morris led Barnegat with 16 and sophomore Jaxon Baker added a career-high 15 points in the win.
Lacey led Barnegat 44-33 just past the midway point of the third quarter but scored only two points the rest of the way.
Senior Carl Swensen scored 20 points to lead Lacey while sophomore Jordan Cohen added 10 in the loss.
Pinelands 57, Jackson Liberty 38
Senior Andrew Schulz scored 16 points and added five assists and five steals to lead the Wildcats (12-3, 9-2) to a win over the Lions (8-7, 8-3) to take over first place in the Class B South division.
Senior Luke Wiatrowski added 13 points and six rebounds while senior Anthony Diaz pitched in 12 points for Pinelands, which held Jackson Liberty to three points in the third quarter and 13 for the entire second half.
Senior Daniel Sofield scored 24 of Jackson Liberty's 38 points to lead all scorers.
Raritan 47, Henry Hudson 30
Junior Jaylen Smith scored 12 points and senior Rob LaVilla added 11 to lead the Rockets (7-10) over the Admirals (5-12). Junior Grady Hendrickson led Henry Hudson with 11 points.