Shore Conference Boys Basketball Monday Scoreboard, 1/8/24 — Powered by HiLYTE
Class A North
Howell 57, Freehold Twp. 41
Senior D.J. Orloff scored 15 points and classmate Chris Meehan added 14 as the Rebels shook off a slow start to race past the Patriots.
Junior Zach Padilla added eight points while leading the defensive effort and sophomore Cayden Parker canned a pair of three-pointers in the fourth quarter for Howell, which fell behind, 14-3, before outscoring Freehold Township, 32-15, during the second and third quarters.
Senior Andrew Silverman led Freehold Township with 11 points -- all in the first quarter. Junior Sean Harris added eight points and senior Davon Stephenson grabbed eight rebounds and blocked five shots for the Patriots to go with his five points.
Class B North
No. 9 Rumson-Fair Haven 51, No. 5 Red Bank 38
Senior Andrew Goodes posted 17 points and 13 rebounds and the Bulldogs shut down the Bucs over the final 18 minutes to win the regular-season installment of the Ridge Road Rivalry.
Goodes ignited an 8-0 run that closed the first half and gave Rumson a 26-20 lead heading into the break. Goodes scored the first six points of the run to complete a 13-point half ended the run with a steal and pass ahead to classmate Nick Rigby for the finish.
After Rumson went up 30-22, Red Bank countered with a 10-2 run to tie the game late in the third quarter. Sophomore Luke Cruz hit a corner three-pointer to put Rumson back ahead, 35-32, at the end of the third and the Bulldogs outscored the Bucs, 16-6, in the final quarter to close out the win.
Rigby finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and four assists and senior Riley Gill led a defensive effort against Red Bank top scorer Zayier Dean that held the Bucs junior guard to five points. Gill also hit a pair of three-pointers in the second half.
Junior Ryan Fisher led Red Bank with 11 points and senior Jameson Ackerman scored all of his eight points in the second half.
Class A Coastal
No. 3 Holmdel 63, St. John Vianney 54
Senior Nick Seeloch scored 16 points and classmates Ben Kipnis and Daxx Corneiro added 12 apiece to help the Hornets hold off the Lancers for their eighth straight win.
Senior Dylan Costa led St. John Vianney with 21 points and four assists while senior Deon Jackson posted 10 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.
Class B Coastal
No. 12 Ranney 67, Wall 48
Junior MeSean Williams scored 19 points while dishing three assists and the Panthers pulled away to beat the Crimson Knights.
Sophomore Shaan Nayar scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half for Ranney and junior Justin Buck pitched in nine points in the win. Senior Drew Buck also stuff the stat sheet with seven points, five rebounds, eight assists and three steals for the Panthers.
Junior Demitri Tu led Wall with 13 points.
No. 2 Manasquan 56, Neptune 20
Junior Griffin Linstra scored 16 points and pulled six rebounds and the Warriors coasted to a win over the Scarlet Fliers.
Senior Jason Larned added 13 points and freshman Rey Weinseimer pitched in 10 for Manasquan.
No. 15 Freehold Boro 52, Point Boro 49
Junior Qua'Mir Everett scored 15 points to go with six rebounds and three steals as the Colonials held off the Panthers on the road.
Senior Christian DiGiso, junior Brian Tassey and junior Aidan Hamlin-Woolfolk each added nine points for Freehold Boro, which took its first lead since the opening minutes with 5:20 and did not give it back.
Junior Drew Cardia led Point Boro with a game-high 18 points while junior Thomas Turner chipped in six points and 10 rebounds in the loss.
Class A Central
No. 16 Henry Hudson 76, Keansburg 33
Junior Jack Fitzpatrick scored a career-high 29 points and the Admirals handled the Titans to become the first Shore Conference team to 10 wins this season.
Junior Kevin Pharo added 12 points, sophomore Blakely Smith netted 10 and freshman JoJo Newell contributed nine for Henry Hudson.
Monmouth 24, Long Branch 22
Junior James Curley scored nine points and sophomore Ahmir Wiggins threw in eight to help the Falcons prevail with a win over the Green Wave in a defensive struggle.
Foundation Academy 58, Asbury Park 24
Freshman Anthony Stevens scored eight points to the the Blue Bishops, who could not keep up with Foundation Academy of Trenton.
No. 6 CBA 98, Pioneer Academy 65
Junior Kevin Pikiell scored a game-high 24 points and five Colts scored at least nine points with 12 scoring at least two points in a win over Pioneer Academy.
Senior Peter Noble poured in 16 points, junior Justin Fuerbacher netted 12, sophomore Connor Andree scored 11 and sophomore Charlie Marcoullier pitched in nine for CBA.