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Class A North

No. 2 CBA 53, Freehold Twp. 50

Sophomore Peter Noble hit the game-winning three-pointer with 1.3 seconds left and the Colts (12-1, 7-0) rallied from an eight-point deficit with two minutes to go to deny the Patriots (6-6, 3-3) an upset in Class A North.

Junior Will Bradley buried a corner three-pointer with two minutes left and Freehold Township helped CBA get back in the game by missing three consecutive free throws.

Senior Pat Lautato then hit a three-pointer with 50 seconds left and cashed in off a steal with a layup 13 seconds later to tie the game at 50 with 37 seconds left.

CBA junior Joe White blocked a shot on the other end to give the Colts the ball back and after Bradley missed a floater and the Colts secured the offensive rebound, CBA took a timeout. Out of the timeout, Lautato lost the ball, but it rolled to Noble, who fired it up from 23 feet away and buried the shot to break the tie.

Noble then intercepted Freehold Township's full-court pass following a Patriots timeout to end the game.

White and Bradley each scored 13 points to lead CBA, while Lautato finished with 12 and Noble chipped in eight.

Junior Jayden Holmes-Cotter led Freehold Township with 12 points, seniors Sean Keegan and Josh Ibarreta each added 10 and junior Malachi Harris poured in nine in the loss.

 

Class A South

No. 10 Central 44, Southern 40

Senior Justin Soranno scored 20 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and closed out the game on the free-throw line to help the Golden Eagles (10-3, 5-1) edge the Rams (5-6, 3-4), avenging an overtime loss at Southern in December.

Junior John Truhan added 11 points and five assists for Central.

Senior Nick Devan scored a game-high 22 points and classmate Jaden Anthony poured in 11 to lead Southern.

Jackson Memorial 49, Toms River East 31

Junior Samir Padilla scored 16 points and senior Steven Bado threw in 15 to help lead the Jaguars (8-4, 4-2) past the Raiders (2-10, 1-5) for their fifth straight win.

Junior Charlie Meglio added eight points, nine rebounds and six steals and junior Respect Tyleek pitched in seven points and five assists for Jackson Memorial.

 

Class B Central

Keansburg 56, Asbury Park 51

Junior Mike Alonso led four Keansburg players in double-figure scoring with 16 points and both junior Jaheim Hill and senior Andrew Valle posted double-doubles as the Titans (3-6, 2-4) topped the Blue Bishops (0-5, 0-5).

Hill finished with 10 points and 16 rebounds while Valle posted 11 and 10. Alonso also contributed six rebounds and four assists, while junior Na'Sun Lee rounded out Keansburg's double-figure scorers with 13 points.

Junior Jai'Sun Brown led Asbury Park with 13 points. Seniors Taijier Burress and Lydell Brown each added eight in the loss.

 

Class B South

Donovan Catholic 53, Brick 35

Senior Alex Melon scored 15 points and the Griffins (8-4, 5-1) shut down the Green Dragons (5-7, 2-5) in the first half on the way to a win.

Senior Dan Schwartz added nine points for Donovan Catholic, which built a 28-8 lead by halftime.

Junior Alex Jenkoski led Brick with 14 points.

Barnegat 69, Lakewood 42

Freshman Mason Krey led a balanced scoring attack as the Bengals (3-9, 2-3) upended the Piners (0-7, 0-5) to snap a six-game losing streak.

Junior Shikeith Gordon and freshman Cole Toddings each added nine points for Barnegat.

Junior Derrick Marsh and senior Matt Vargas each scored 12 points to lead Lakewood.

 

Class C North

Ocean 49, Wall 34

Freshman Zayier Dean scored 20 points and senior Justin McMahon poured in 17 to lead the Spartans (2-8, 2-3) to a win over the Crimson Knights (1-9, 0-6).

Junior Matt Eisenberg scored 13 points and senior Chris Mitchell chipped in nine to lead Wall.

No. 6 Manasquan 68, Monmouth 24

Sophomore Alex Konov scored 14 points to lead a balanced scoring attack that combined with a staunch defensive performance to carry the Warriors (9-2, 5-0) over the Falcons (5-6, 3-3).

Senior Matt Solomon and freshman Griffin Linstra each added 11 points and eight rebounds, sophomore Ryan Frauenheim poured in eight points and freshman Darius Adams contributed seven points, six rebounds and three steals for Manasquan.

Jackson Liberty 40, St. Rose 37

Senior Dahkareo Pritchett led a balanced scoring effort with 12 points and the Lions (9-3, 3-3) outlasted the Purple Roses (3-6, 2-4) for their fourth straight win while extending their best start to a season in program history.

Senior Phanique Dupree, senior Channing Williams and sophomore Dylan Teopaco each added eight points for Jackson Liberty.

Senior Luke Farrell led St. Rose with 17 points, 14 rebounds and four blocked shots.

 

Non-Division

Toms River North 53, Freehold Boro 50

Sophomore Jeremiah Pruitt scored 13 points and the Mariners (6-7) rode a balanced effort from its eight-man roster to a win over the Colonials (0-13).

Senior Lamir Mitchell and Micah Ford each added 10 points and junior Delani Hyde pitched in six points and 11 rebounds for Toms River North.

Junior Mike Bisaha led Freehold Boro with 17 points and five three-pointers, while senior David Sawiris added nine points and freshman Brian Tassey chipped in seven points, six rebounds and five blocks.

Howell 51, Neptune 45

Senior Zach Emery hit five three-pointers, finished with 16 points and dished out five assists to spark the Rebels (7-4) to a win over the Scarlet Fliers (3-6).

Senior Dylan McVeigh added 13 points and five steals and senior Nick Gallo pitched in 11 points, six rebounds, five assists and three blocks for Howell.

 

Non-Conference

Point Boro 76, Academy of Urban Leadership Charter 50

Junior Dan Coughlin scored 11 points and junior Shane Ryan and sophomore Jake Venturoso each added 10 as part of an ultra-balanced Point Boro offense that helped the Panthers (10-1) pick up a win over Academy of Urban Leadership.

Senior Matt Lee poured in nine points and junior Chris Herrman and T.J. Jordan pitched in eight apiece for Point Boro.

 

Postponements/Cancelations

Class B South

Pinelands at Lacey - PPD, TBA

Non-Conference

St. John Vianney at Hoboken – Canceled