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Sea View Jeep (4-3)

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Playoff Position: No. 3 seed, will play winner of No. 6 Larson Ford and No. 7 Sea Shore Auto on Monday

Players

Justin Robinson, 5-8, Monmouth

Colin Stewart, 6-7, Monmouth

Matt McMullen, 6-6, Colgate (CBA)

Pat Andree, 6-8, North Carolina State (CBA)

Roy Mabrey, 6-2, St. Anselm (CBA)

Sean Grennan, 6-3, San Francisco (Monsignor Donovan)

Elijah Barnes, 6-7, Princeton (Mater Dei Prep)

Max Mahoney, 6-8, Boston University

Damon Garrett, 6-3, Morris Community College

 

Season Summary

The defending JSBL champions lost their opener to top-seeded WCT, then Justin Robinson showed up and transformed them into a team that looks poised to make a serious run at a repeat. The former Monmouth scored 40 points in his first game of the season to get his team in the win column and that was well short of a typical game for him over the past couple of seasons.

Robinson scored 60 points in a win over Sea Shore Auto, then went off for 64 in a 20-point loss to Stern’s Trailer, led by a former Seton Hall duo in Myles Cale and Shavar Reynolds. Robinson finished up a torrid three-game stretch with 56 points in a win over RKE Athletic that helped lock up the No. 3 seed in the playoff field.

Sea View made it four wins in five games with a win over Assistive Choices Inc., led by Robinson (31 points) and Christian Brothers Academy alum Matt McMullen (27) and finished off the season with a loss to Larson Ford in which Robinson went for 42.

Sea View will be off for the opening round of the playoffs on Thursday and awaits the winning of a first-round showdown between Larson Ford and Seashore Auto, with the second round set for Monday at Manasquan High School.

 

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