SCT Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Feb. 20
Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Scoreboard
Thursday, Feb. 18
Shore Conference Tournament
Shore Conference Tournament
Round of 16
1-St. John Vianney 72, 17-Toms River East 33
Madison St. Rose made an impact at both ends of the court for the Lady Lancers (22-1). The sophomore guard complemented 19 points with 11 steals, seven rebounds and seven assists for SJV, which turned a 19-5 second quarter into a 40-19 halftime cushion.
Junior guard Katie Hill flipped in 15 points and sophomore forward Megan Cahalan finished with eight for SJV.
Toms River East (14-7) received 13 points from senior forward Emily Maire.
8-Marlboro 73, 9-Jackson Memorial 61
Sophomore guard Dani Schlesinger deposited 18 points to lead four players in double figures for the Mustangs (20-3), who gained a 24-18 lead after one quarter and fashioned a 20-14 showing in the fourth to snap Jackson Memorial's 15-game winning streak.
Schlesinger hit a pair of threes while junior forward Jessica Riepe sank five and totaled 15 points for Marlboro. Junior point guard Sammy Jay and senior forward Katherine Sanchez scored 11 apiece.
Senior guard Kristina Donza pumped in 30 points and gripped 13 rebounds while junior guard Rachel Capua scored 18 for Jackson Memorial (20-3).
4-St. Rose 77, 20-Howell 37
Senior forward Makayla Andrews posted another double-double for the Purple Roses (18-6) picking up 20 points and dozen rebounds. Senior guard Brynn Farrell poured in a game-high 25 points to go with six boards for St. Rose, which took a comfortable 45-18 advantage into halftime.
Junior point guard Abby Antognoli chipped in with 11 points while Niaiysa Ervin and Maggie Cavanaugh scored six apiece in the victory.
5-Rumson-Fair Haven 79, 12-Neptune 50
Sophia Passalaqua and Grace Munt formed a 1-2 punch from the perimeter to spark the Bulldogs (18-5). Passalaqua buried five 3-pointers on her way to producing a season-high 23 points while Munt, in just her third game of the season since returning from injury, counted four triples among her 16 points.
Rumson-Fair Haven darted to a 24-8 lead in the opening quarter. Paige Slaven had 13 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals while Lucy Adams cleared 11 boards.
Neptune (15-8) got four threes and 16 points from Amaya Evans, Ahjanae Young had 11 and Macy Brackett scored 10.
2-Manchester 61, 18-Middletown South 38
Junior forward Destiny Adams posted 23 points while Angelica Velez pumped in 17 and Amyah Bray supplied 15 apiece to pace the defending champion Hawks.
Manchester (21-3) gradually put distance on Middletown South (11-10), building a 32-18 halftime lead. Velez also collected six assists and seven steals.
Kayla Richardson topped Middletown South with 11 points.
7-Red Bank 62, 10-Long Branch 55
Senior guard Taylor Crystian popped for 18 points to lead four players in double figures for the Bucs (19-4). Caitlyn Decker was responsible for 17 points, Amelia Medolla netted 14 (all before intermission) and Chloe Teter scored 10.
Decker, who went 7 of 10 at the line, added five assists and as many steals. Crystian converted 11 of 12 free-throw attempts and Emma Moriarty chipped in with seven boards and five assists for the Bucs.
Senior guard Anyssa Fields had 20 points and senior forward Madison Grayson scored 12 for Long Branch (16-5).
3-Red Bank Catholic 69, 14-Trinity Hall 19
Sophomore center Ally Carman led four players in double figures for Red Bank Catholic (19-4) with 12 points.
The Caseys, who backed a 17-6 first quarter with a 24-2 outburst in the second to assume a 41-8 halftime lead, got 11 points from freshman guard Casey Prior, who sank three 3-pointers, while sophomore guard Justine Pissott and senior forward Grace Wilson ended with 10 apiece.
Paige Jaenicke had a team-high seven for Trinity Hall (17-7).
6-Manasquan 48, 11-Holmdel 38
Sophomore Georgia Heine finished with a game-high 16 points as well as seven rebounds and classmate Mary Donnelly offered 11 points and nine boards for Manasquan (16-9), which entered the fourth trailing, 33-31, before closing with a 17-5 outburst.
Sophomore guard Brooke Hollawell added nine points and five rebounds to the victorious cause. Ryann Taylor led Holmdel (13-11) with 11 points.
Saturday, Feb. 22
at RWJ Barnabas Health Arena, Toms River
7-Red Bank vs. 2-Manchester, 11
6-Manasquan vs. 3-Red Bank Catholic, 12:45
8-Marlboro vs. 1-St. John Vianney, 2:30
5-Rumson-Fair Haven vs. 4-St. Rose, 4:15
Barnegat 69, Asbury Park 44
Raritan 54, Matawan 26
Southern 59, Lacey 54