Class A North

No. 11 Manalapan 69, Freehold Twp. 53

Freshman Joe Farino led four Manalapan players in double-figure scoring with 19 points and the Braves (12-5, 4-3) beat the Patriots (7-10, 2-6) in a game that was resumed late in the second quarter after it was suspended on Thursday due to an official in the game suffering an on-court medical emergency.

Senior Tristan Ulrich scored all 15 of his points in the second half, senior Anthony Leger added 14 and senior Colin O'Brien pitched in 10 for Manalapan.


Class A South

Southern 52, Toms River East 46

Sophomore Jake Sliwinski scored 20 points while also posting eight rebounds, five assists and three steals as the Rams (14-6, 7-3) held on to beat the Raiders (9-8, 6-3) after storming out to an early 16-point lead.

Senior Leo Crowley pitched in 14 points, seven rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks for Southern, which led, 20-4, at the end of the first quarter.

Senior Steve Scorsone scored 13 points and classmate Jackson Markovitch added nine points, seven rebounds and four steals for Toms River East, which came all the way back to tie the game in the fourth quarter before losing steam in the final minutes.


Class B South

Manchester 67, Brick 54

Junior Aidan Lunn poured in 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Hawks (8-10, 3-7) to a road win over the Green Dragons (3-14, 1-8).

Senior Tre Ross added 13 points and junior M.J. Goins contributed 12 points and four steals for Manchester.

Senior Aidan Dvorak scored a game-high 21 points while sophomore Mike Sullivan went for 16 points and eight rebounds to pace Brick.

Barnegat 46, Pinelands 40

Junior Cole Toddings scored 14 points and senior Shawn Javines added 13 to spark the Bengals (11-7, 6-3) to a win over the Wildcats (3-15, 1-8).

Senior Jamari Smith pitched in nine points and junior Mason Krey scored eight for Barnegat.

Senior Gerald Newsome scored a game-high 15 points and senior Aiden Falduto chipped in 12 to lead Pinelands.


South Crossover

No. 7 Central 54, Brick Memorial 37

Junior Jaycen Santucci netted 28 points points to go with 10 rebounds and three steals to lead the Golden Eagles (15-3, 10-0) to a win over the Mustangs (8-9, 4-6) -- their 11th straight victory.

Senior Jordan Barbot added 10 points, four assists and five steals for Central, which has not lost since Dec. 30.

Sophomore Sean Collins led Brick Memorial with 10 points.

No. 9 Toms River North 73, Lacey 36

Senior Micah Ford scored 18 points and the Mariners (13-5, 8-2) sailed to a win over the Lions (6-11, 2-7).

Junior Sherrod Nelson added 11 points while seniors Owen Baker and Tareq Council each chipped in nine for Toms River North.

Junior Jon Stabile led Lacey with nine points.


Class B Coastal

No. 1 St. Rose 67, Neptune 27

Freshman Avery Lynch poured in 21 points and the Purple Roses (19-1, 10-0) rolled to a win over the Scarlet Fliers (1-18, 1-9) to clinch a share of the Class B Coastal championship while extending their winning streak to 19.

Junior Jayvionne Rogers led Neptune with 13 points.


Coastal Crossover

No. 8 Holmdel 61, Point Boro 51

Senior James Vallillo scored 16 points and each of Holmdel's five starters netted eight points or more to help the Hornets (14-2, 7-2) down the Panthers (10-7, 3-6) and keep pace with St. John Vianney for the Class A Coastal championship.

Senior Ben Kipnis poured in 14 points and sophomore Jack Vallillo threw in 11 for Holmdel. Seniors Nick Seeloch and Daxx Corneiro als pitched in eight points each in the win.

Senior Jake Venturoso scored 16 points and sophomore Jovin Steinmetz added 10 to lead Point Boro.

St. John Vianney 53, Wall 43

Senior Dylan Costa scored 17 points and the Lancers (10-10, 8-2) closed out a road win over the Crimson Knights (7-10, 3-7).

Senior Mark Augello added 11 points and five steals and classmate Emanuel Domingo chipped in 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Senior Bo Pepe and sophomore Liam Killea each scored 11 points to lead Wall.


Class A Central

Henry Hudson 60, Keyport 44

Junior Jack Fitzpatrick pumped in 31 points and the Admirals (15-2, 7-2) topped the Red Raiders (5-9, 3-5) to move within one win of clinching a share of their first division championship since 1989.

Sophomore Mike Fitzpatrick added 18 points for Henry Hudson, which can clinch a share of the Class A Central division championship by beating Ocean on Thursday.

Junior Dominico Dispenza scored 13 points and classmate Andrei Matthews added 12 to lead Keyport.


Class B Central

No. 10 Donovan Catholic 58, Shore 48

Freshman Amare Walker and junior Ryan Jacobs keyed a second-half surge by the Griffins (14-3, 8-0) that took down the Blue Devils (13-4, 7-2) and clinched Donovan Catholic no worse than a share of the Class B Central championship.

Walker scored 13 of his team-high 17 points in the second half while Jacobs scored 12 of his 16 after halftime. Jacobs also pitched in three blocked shots on the defensive end, while senior Jack Malek contributed 12 points to aid Donovan Catholic.

Senior Joe Santi went off for a game-high 28 points to lead Shore.


Central Crossover

Monmouth 61, Asbury Park 30

Sophomore Ahmir Wiggins led a well-rounded scoring attack with 12 points and the Falcons (9-7, 4-5) coasted to a road win over the Blue Bishops (0-17, 0-8).

Sophomore Jaylin Reeves added 11 points and senior Andrew English chipped in 10 for Monmouth.

Freshman Lymere Kyles led Asbury Park with 12 points on four three-pointers.



Point Beach 65, Keansburg 42

Freshman George Breckenridge scored a team-high 14 points and senior John Coakley and junior Scot Crowley each added 13 as the Garnet Gulls (9-8) used a balanced scoring effort to dissect the Titans (3-14).



Ocean 60, Academy for Urban Leadership 36

Seniors Keith Allen and Devon Simms each scored 14 points and the Spartans (7-12) topped Urban Leadership Charter (1-16).

No. 2 Manasquan 58, East Orange 50

Junior Griffin Linstra scored a game-high 24 points to go with 16 rebounds and the Warriors (15-3) raced out to a commanding halftime lead before holding on to upend the Jaguars (14-3) -- the No. 13 team in the state heading into Monday, according to NJ Advance Media.

Linstra also led a near-perfect game from the free-throw line for Manasquan, which shot 19-for-20 as a team with Linstra going 12-for-12.

Senior Alex Konov pitched in 16 points and eight rebounds for Manasquan, which built a 33-15 halftime lead and led by 17 points heading into the final quarter.

Central Jersey College Prep 51, Lakewood 38

Junior Rahmel Anderson scored 15 points and sophomore Cris Rosario added 11, but the Piners (3-10) could not find their way past College Prep of Central Jersey (6-11).


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