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Shore Conference Tournament


At Middletown South

(2) St. Rose 61, (7) CBA 39

Sophomore Evan Romano scored a game-high 13 points off the bench and senior Matt Hodge put up 12 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and four steals as the Purple Roses (21-2) pulled away for a win over the Colts (13-8) that sends St. Rose to the SCT semifinals Friday in Toms River.

Sophomore Peter Mauro scored eight of his 12 points in the third quarter. Freshman Jayden Hodge chipped in nine points and junior Gio Panzini contributed eight points and eight rebounds.

Junior Peter Noble led CBA with nine of his 12 points in the second half senior Joe White added nine in the loss.

(11) Ranney 75, (3) Toms River North 60

Senior Isaac Hester scored a game-high 33 points -- including 20 in the first half -- and also grabbed 10 rebounds to carry the Panthers (15-9) past the Mariners (18-6) and into the SCT semifinals for the fifth time since 2017.

Junior Drew Buck scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half for Ranney, including a pair of drives to the basket during an 8-0 run that helped the Panthers separate themselves after Toms River North cut its 17-point deficit to 58-54.

Senior Jahlil Bethea also chipped in 14 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for Ranney.

Senior Delani Hyde scored 18 points to lead Toms River North, while junior Micah Ford added 15 and nine rebounds and junior Garrett Dusheck pitched in 14 points and seven rebounds in the loss.

Ranney moves on to face St. Rose in the SCT semifinals Tuesday in Toms River -- the third meeting between the division rivals this season.

(1) Manasquan 57, (9) Rumson-Fair Haven 30

Sophomore Darius Adams scored a game-high 19 points to go with nine rebounds and three steals as the Warriors (20-4) broke open a low-scoring game in the third quarter to beat the Bulldogs (17-6) and earn a spot in the SCT semifinals Tuesday night in Toms River.

Junior Ryan Frauenheim shot 4-for-6 from three-point range for 12 points and also dished out four assists in the win. Senior Jack Dettlinger chipped in 10 points for Manasquan, which turned a three-point game with three minutes left in the half into a 31-11 rout thanks to a 17-0 run that spanned parts of the second and third quarters.

Senior Mason Yablonski led Rumson with nine points.

(4) Raritan 57, (12) Central 37

Senior Mike Diller scored 18 points and the Rockets (19-1) routed the Golden Eagles (18-6) to advance to the SCT semifinals for the first time since winning the tournament in 2011.

Senior Jack O'Leary added 13 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, while both Jack Coleman and Billy Tigar poured in 11 points apiece for Raritan. Coleman also grabbed nine rebounds.

Junior Miles Chevalier led Central with 12 points.

Raritan moves on to play No. 1 Manasquan in Tuesday's SCT semifinal round at RWJ Barnabas Health Arena in Toms River.



Marlboro 60, Holmdel 51

Senior Alex Frank led four Marlboro players in double-figures with 19 points and the Mustangs topped the Hornets.

Junior Nick Seeloch also scored 19 points to lead Holmdel.

Shore 73, No. 4 Middletown South 58

Senior Donovan Hughes scored a game-high 22 points and classmate Brett Sweeney added 18 as the Blue Devils closed out an impressive win over the Eagles.

Keyport at Long Branch, 11:30 a.m.



Roselle Park 67, Keansburg 56

Monroe 50, Freehold Boro 37

Red Bank Catholic 73, Union 71

Sophomore Ryan Prior hit a game-tying three-pointer with 1.7 seconds left in regulation and junior Tyler Burnham scored eight of his 25 points in overtime to help the Caseys top the Farmers.

Immaculata 71, No. 10 Colts Neck 41



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