Jeep Store Saturday Boys Basketball Scoreboard, 2/9/19
At Red Bank
Red Bank 50, No. 4 Rumson-Fair Haven 47
Junior Matt Weidman and senior Liam Joyce combined for nine three-pointers and 41 points and the Bucs (9-11) knocked off the Bulldogs (16-5) in the Ridge Road Rivalry for the first time in four years.
Weidman hit five three-pointers and poured in 23 points while Joyce hit four triples on the way to 18 points.
Senior Ian O'Connor led Rumson with 22 points and hit five three-pointers of his own. Freshman Geoff Schroeder added 10 points and senior Jackson McCarthy poured in nine in the loss.
No. 1 Ranney 72, Asbury Park 47
No. 6 Freehold Twp. 58, Colts Neck 43
Senior Greg Billups scored 20 points and senior Seth Meisner added 17 points, five assists and three steals as the Patriots (17-3) denied the Cougars (9-11) a chance to qualify for the SCT.
Senior Andrew Abujawdeh led Colts Neck with a game-high 21 points.
Holmdel 47, Manalapan 39
Junior Jack Giamanco scored 18 points, including 11-for-12 from the free-throw line, and the Hornets (11-9) held off the Braves (3-19).
Junior Ryan Szatkowski led Manalapan with 12 points.
Neptune 50, Long Branch 41
Senior Dwaine Jones scored 22 points and the Scarlet Fliers (15-6) beat the Green Wave (8-12) for their 10th win in their last 11 games.
Junior Sean Young added 12 points on four three-pointers and senior Sadiq Armstead chipped in nine points and nine rebounds for Neptune.
Senior Marc Dennis led Long Branch with 19 points.
Central 47, St. Rose 41
Sophomore Marvin Goodwine Jr. poured in a season-high 20 points and handed out four assists to lead the Golden Eagles (11-12) past the Purple Roses (9-12).
Senior Nick Altieri added 11 points and seven rebounds for Central while freshman Justin Soranno netted nine points in the win.
Senior Matt Forlenza led St. Rose with 12 points and Fredrik Bang-Andreasen chipped in nine in the loss.
No. 3 Manasquan 71, No. 10 Wall 63
Junior Alex Galvan scored 19 points and the Warriors (22-2) battled past the Crimson Knights (15-6) to wrap up the season with an intense rivalry win.
Freshman Ben Roy added 13 points and senior Brad McCabe pitched in 11 points for Manasquan. Junior Tim McEneny chipped in seven points, seven rebounds and two blocks as well in the win.
Junior Quinn Calabrese led Wall with a game-high 25 points.
No. 10 Middletown South 85, Middletown North 42
Junior James Anderson hit seven three-pointers for 23 points and the Eagles (13-10) routed the Lions (9-14) in the Patrick C. Houston Memorial Scholarship rivalry game.
Junior Jack Sheridan added 15 points while junior Richie Boyko netted 12 and junior Mike Dabas dropped 11 to join their classmates in double-figure scoring.
Senior Rob Higgins led Middletown North with 18 points.
Pinelands 59, Shore 42
Senior Andrew Schulz became the fourth player in program history to score his 1,000th career point and the Wildcats (15-5) pulled away to beat the Blue Devils (7-16) and match a school record for wins in a season, matching last year's win total.
Schulz racked up 24 points, seven rebounds and eight assists and scored his 1,000th point early in the second quarter. He finished the game with 1,013 for his career.
Senior Anthony Diaz added 16 points and five assists while senior Luke Wiatrowski chipped in 11 points.
Senior Chris Panduri led Shore with 19 points.
Ocean 68, North Brunswick 62
Junior Jack Miller scored 27, grabbed five rebounds, dished out seven assists and picked off four steals to lead the Spartans (10-12) past the Raiders.
Junior Same Meeks added 21 points and junior Cole Kelly pitched in 10 for Ocean.
St. John Vianney 71, Sinai Christian 37
Senior James Rapley and junior Kevin Greene each scored 18 points and the Lancers (11-11) rolled through Sinai Christian to qualify for the SCT on cutoff Saturday. Junior Evan Purdy added nine points and junior Jahmal Garraway chipped in eight for St. John Vianney.
At Dunn Center, Elizabeth High School
Elizabeth 55, No. 2 CBA 54
Junior Jordan Price hit the game-winning three-pointer as time expired and the Minutemen (20-0) overcame a nine-point deficit in the final two minutes to stun the Colts (17-4) and win their 20th straight game to open the season.
Price finished with 30 points and hit two of Elizabeth's three three-pointers that erased a 52-43 CBA lead to tie the game with 25 seconds left.
The Colts regained the lead on a lay-in by Stephen Braunstein off a pass from Liam Kennedy before Price answered with the winning shot at the buzzer.