Class B North

No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 75, Middletown North 62

Senior Andrew Goodes dropped a career-high 27 points and classmate Nick Rigby poured in 20 to lead the Bulldogs (13-4, 6-2) over the Lions (7-12, 0-9).

Senior Leo Passalaqua also contributed 13 points for Rumson, which kept its Class B North division title hopes alive with the victory.

Senior Luke Sheehan led Middletown North with 18 points and five assists, while senior Jason Quardt scored 12 and handed out seven assists in the loss. Junior Colin Byrne also scored 11 points and sophomore Eddie Lopez contributed 10 points and six rebounds for the Lions.


Class A South

Brick Memorial 56, Jackson Memorial 53

Senior Tyler Ellerbrock scored a tiebreaking putback with three seconds remaining and the Mustangs (8-8, 4-5) sealed off a win over the Jaguars (6-11, 4-5).

Ellerbrock's follow-up layup gave Brick Memorial a 55-53 lead and the Mustangs forced a turnover, drew a foul and hit a free throw to add to the lead and account for the final score.

Sophomore Sean Collins led Brick Memorial with 17 points.

Sophomore Jimmy Pappalardo scored 13 points and senior Anthony Hallihan contributed 12 to lead Jackson Memorial.



No. 11 Manalapan 48, Long Branch 32

Senior Tristan Ulrich scored 15 points and the Braves (11-5) held off the Green Wave (2-15).

Senior Phil Pearlman added 12 points and freshman Joe Farino pitched in 10 for Manalapan.

Senior Peter Da Cruz matched Ulrich with a game-high 15 points to lead Long Branch.

No. 13 Freehold Boro 60, Pinelands 36

Junior Brian Tassey went for a triple-double with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as the Colonials (11-5) rolled to a win over the Wildcats (3-14). Tassey also blocked six shots.

Senior Sam Cranwell scored 11 points, junior Qua'Mir Everett netted 10 and senior Christian DiGiso pitched in nine for Freehold Boro.

Senior Gerald Newsome scored 13 points and junior Ty Kline added 10 to lead Pinelands.

Southern 66, Freehold Twp. 57

Senior Caden Schubiger went off for a career-high 28 points -- including 10 in the fourth quarter -- and hit five of Southern's 14 three-pointers as the Rams (13-6) outshot the Patriots (7-9) to bounce back from Friday's overtime loss to Toms River South.

Junior Cooper Dempsey also connected on five three-pointers in finishing with 17 points and four assists for Southern, which went on a 19-7 run to turn a 43-43 game early in the fourth quarter into a 62-50 lead. Sophomore Jake Sliwinski also pitched in eight points, six rebounds and six assists in the win.

Senior Andrew Silverman scored 15 points to lead Freehold Township, while freshman John O'Neill added 12 and senior Brandon Norero 11 in the loss.

No. 10 Toms River North 75, Ocean 33

Senior Micah Ford led a balanced, widespread offense with 13 points and the Mariners (12-5) defeated the Spartans (6-12) with 11 different players scoring in the game.

Junior Sherrod Nelson pitched in nine points, five rebounds, six assists and five steals and sophomore Bryc Kazanowsky also poured in nine points for Toms River North.

Senior Keith Allen led Ocean with 11 points.

Point Boro 49, Point Beach 43

Junior Drew Cardia scored 16 points and senior Jake Venturoso added 13 to pace the Panthers (10-6) to a win over the crosstown rival Garnet Gulls (8-8).

Freshman Tyler Preston scored 13 points to lead Point Beach, while sophomore Jacob Edgecomb added 10 and senior John Crowley and freshman George Breckenridge pitched in nine apiece in the loss.

No. 14 Donovan Catholic 64, Toms River South 47

Junior Ryan Jacobs scored 17 points and the Griffins (13-3) avenged their loss to Toms River South in the WOBM Classic final round by topping the Indians (12-6) on Saturday night.

Senior Jack Malek added 13 points, junior James Gibbons poured in 12 and senior Chris Miranda chipped in eight for Donovan Catholic, which broke open a two-point game at halftime with a 22-12 third quarter.

Senior Rob Peirson led Toms River South with 13 points, while senior Kai Barckley added nine and senior Declan Sennick contributed eight in the loss.



Matawan 64, Calvary Christian 47

Junior Jayden Elijah powered his way to 24 points and 25 rebounds as the Huskies (6-11) handled Calvary Christian (13-2).

Junior Chauncey Brown added 13 points and five rebounds and classmate Amir Martinez contributed nine points and three assists for Matawan.

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No. 16 Middletown South 63, Glen Ridge 35

Senior Ryan Denery set a career-high with 16 points and the Eagles (6-9) coasted to a win over the Ridgers (9-8).

Senior Owen Richter and junior Brady Hahn each added 13 points for Middletown South.

St. John Vianney 63, Pioneer Academy 51

Senior Mark Augello scored a team-high 16 points to go with four steals and seniors Emanuel Domingo and Deon Jackson each posted a double-double to lead the Lancers (9-10) over Pioneer (7-6).

Jackson put up 12 points and 16 rebounds, while Domingo went for 12 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists.


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At Red Bank

No. 8 Red Bank 60, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 45

Junior Zayier Dean led four Red Bank players in double-figure scoring with 15 points and the Bucs (15-3) pulled away for a win over the Raiders (11-7).

Junior Ryan Fisher scored 14 points, senior Jameson Ackerman poured in 13 and senior Braydon Kirkpatrick added 10 for Red Bank.

No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 82, Ranney 71

Senior Colin Cavanaugh broke a school record with 11 three-pointers on the way to scoring a career-high 35 points as the Caseys (13-6) put together a big fourth quarter to top the Panthers (8-8).

Cavanaugh hit five threes for 15 points in the second quarter and his 14 points -- including four three-pointers -- in the fourth key a 22-11 run by RBC over the duration of the final quarter.

Senior Tyler Burnham added 16 points and classmate Pasquale Sabino added 11 for Red Bank Catholic.

Senior Drew Buck scored 25 points and sophomore Shaan Nayar poured in 20 to lead Ranney. Junior MeSean Williams chipped in 10 points in the loss.


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At Rancocas Valley

Camden Catholic 49, No. 2 Manasquan 45

Senior Alex Konov scored a season-high 20 points behind six three-pointers, but the Irish (8-7) overcame his hot shooting with a balanced effort that took down the Warriors (14-3).

Junior Griffin Linstra added 13 points and seven rebounds for Manasquan, which outscored Camden Catholic, 23-11, in the third quarter to take a 38-34 lead into the fourth before the Irish won it in the fourth.

Seamus Bieg, Bryce Clark and Luke Kennevan each scored 13 points to lead Camden Catholic.


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