Shore Conference Boys Basketball Tuesday Scoreboard, 1/23/24 — Powered by HiLYTE
Class B North
No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 57, No. 12 Colts Neck 46
Junior Riley Gill scored 14 points and senior Theo Carlston added 11 as the Bulldogs picked up a wire-to-wire win over the Cougars to keep pace with the other contenders in the crowded Class B North division championship race.
Junior David Carr and senior Trent Stevens each added nine points and senior Nick Rigby pitched in eight for Rumson.
Senior Vova Trotsko and junior Lucas Sloane each scored 12 points to lead Colts Neck and senior Mike Belcher added 10 in the loss.
No. 8 Red Bank 49, Freehold Twp. 39
Senior Zayier Dean led a balanced scoring effort with 13 points and the Bucs won a defensive battle over the Patriots.
Junior Ryan Fisher added 10 points, junior Anthony Moore chipped in nine and senior Braydon Kirkpatrick contributed eight for Red Bank.
Senior Andrew Silverman led Freehold Township with 12 points, while senior Davon Stephenson and freshman Jake Schultzel each scored 10 for the Patriots, who played without junior guard Nick Cardone.
No. 5 Red Bank Catholic 63, No. 11 Manalapan 61
Senior Colin Cavanaugh drained the go-ahead three-pointer with 43 seconds left and the Caseys kept the Braves off the board to pick up a bounceback victory following a loss to Howell on Monday night.
Cavanaugh led a balanced RBC offense with 15 points, including three of his team's 10 made three-pointers. Senior Pasquale Sabino and junior Ryan Prior each scored 13 points, senior Tyler Burnham pitched in 12 and senior Luke Iasparro netted nine on three three-pointers. Prior also knocked down three triples.
Senior Anthony Leger scored 19 points and classmate Phil Pearlman added 18 for Manalapan, with both seniors doing most of their scoring in the first half. Pearlman scored 15 points before the break, while Leger scored 13.
Class A South
Brick Memorial 70, Toms River South 57
Sophomore Sean Collins scored a game-high 22 points for his fourth straight game with 20-plus as the Mustangs rode to a win over the Indians.
Sophomore Austin Braaten and senior Tyler Ellerbrock each threw in 15 points for Brick Memorial, while senior Isaiah Crispin added nine in the win.
Seniors Jordan Jones and Declan Sennick each scored 12 points to lead four Toms River South players in double-figure scoring. Sophomore Shane Gambarony chipped in 11 points and senior Robert Peison added 10 in the loss.
Toms River East 58, Jackson Memorial 42
Senior Jason McKelvey notched 15 points and seven rebounds while classmate Jackson Markovitch pitched in 14 points, four assists and three steals to help the Raiders top the Jaguars behind a strong second half.
Freshman Gabe Feliciano scored 13 points to go with four steals for Toms River East, which outscored Jackson Memorial, 30-16, in the second half to break open a two-point game at the break.
Junior Brady Adams led Jackson Memorial with 12 points.
Class B South
No. 7 Central 63, Brick 26
Senior Miles Chevalier scored 28 points, including the 1,000th of his high school career, and the Golden Eagles rolled to a win over the Green Dragons.
Chevalier also added six steals, while junior Jaycen Santucci added 19 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots. Junior Jayson King also contributed eight points and nine rebounds.
Freshman Sean Nausedas led Brick with seven points.
Lacey 55, Manchester 54
Senior Logan Brash hit a short jumper as time expired and the Lions upended the Hawks in a thriller.
Brash finished with 16 points, while junior Jon Stabile and freshman Derek Roth each led Lacey with 17, with Stabile also grabbing eight rebounds and blocking three shots.
Junior Aidan Lunn led Manchester with 20 points, 12 rebounds and five assists, while seniors Tre Ross and Jaymire Watts each added 10 points.
No. 10 Toms River North 53, Barnegat 47
Senior Sean Gathers scored 13 of his team-high 15 points in the second half and also added 11 rebounds off the bench as the Mariners got back in the win column by snapping a four-game winning streak by the Bengals.
Senior Micah Ford added 12 points and senior Tareq Council pitched in 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals while helping the Mariners close out the win on the defensive end.
Junior Cole Toddings led Barnegat with 13 points, while juniors Mason Krey and Todd Muhammad each added eight in the loss.
Southern 53, Pinelands 33
Sophomore Jake Sliwinski and freshman Noah Perna combined for 35 points and the Rams took care of the Wildcats on the road.
Sliwinski put up 18 points, six assists and three steals, while Perna logged 17 points, 11 rebounds and three assists. Senior Caden Schubiger pitched in nine points in the win, while junior teammate Leo Crowley contributed seven assists, four steals and two blocks to go with his four points.
Matawan 61, Point Boro 46
Junior Chauncey Brown scored 22 points and classmate Jayden Elijah posted 21 points and 15 rebounds as the Huskies handled the Panthers on the road to continue their resurgence.
Junior Drew Cardia scored 13 points and senior Jake Venturoso added 10 to lead Point Boro, which played without junior forward and top rebounder Thomas Turner.
Class B Central
Shore 68, Ocean 34
Senior Alex George scored a game-high 22 points and the Blue Devils coasted to a win over the Spartans.
Senior Joe Santi added 11 points and classmate Dom DiFiore chipped in nine for Shore.
Senior Keith Allen led Ocean with 10 points.
No. 14 Donovan Catholic 71, Monmouth 64 (OT)
Junior Ryan Jacobs scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half and overtime and the Griffins scored 56 points in the second half and overtime to shake off a slow start and rally past the Falcons.
Senior Jack Malek added 19 points -- all after halftime -- and went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line during overtime. Jacobs also scored eight points in overtime as Donovan Catholic put up a whopping 21 points in the four extra minutes.
Senior Chris Miranda added 10 points, junior James Gibbons scored nine and senior Matt Gerrity pitched in eight, including a three-pointer in overtime.
Sophomore Ahmir Wiggins scored a game-high 27 points to lead Monmouth, while sophomore Michael Griffin added 12 on four three-pointers and junior James Curley 11 points on three threes in the loss.
Jackson Liberty 53, Asbury Park 22
Senior Lukas Latvys scored 13 points and classmate Tommy Cito added a career-high 10 on Senior Night as the Lions picked up a win over the Blue Bishops.
Freshman Anthony Stevens led Asbury Park with 10 points.
Keyport 72, Lakewood 49
Junior Dominico Dispenza scored a career-high 29 points and the Red Raiders snapped a three-game skid with a win over the Piners.
Senior Mike Nichols pitched in 17 points and senior Ryan Burns helped out with eight.
Senior Alex Colon scored 18 points and junior Rahmel Anderson poured in 17 to lead Lakewood.
Snyder 45, St. John Vianney 43
Senior Dylan Costa hit a go-ahead jumper with six seconds left to give St. John Vianney a one-point lead, but Julian Castro nailed a three-pointer at the buzzer as the Tigers broke the hearts of the Lancers in the final seconds in Jersey City.
Senior Mark Augello scored 17 points to lead SJV, which played without standout forward Emanuel Domingo for the second straight game.
Keansburg 33, Academy for Urban Leadership 29