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Class B North

Middletown South 65, Middletown North 62

Junior Brady Hahn pumped in 28 points and the Eagles held on to beat the Lions in the Middletown rivalry game.

Hahn scored 18 of his points in the first half for Middletown South, which also got 12 points from senior Carmine DeCrescenzo and 10 from senior Will Nugent.

Senior Jason Quardt scored 23 points and sophomore Eddie Lopez poured in 19 to lead Middletown North. Junior Colin Byrne also scored 12 in the loss.

 

North Crossover

No. 8 Red Bank Catholic 49, No. 10 Marlboro 40

Senior Colin Cavanaugh led a balanced offensive effort with 12 points and the Caseys held off the Mustangs in Red Bank.

Senior Pasquale Sabino chipped in 11 points and junior Ryan Prior poured in nine for Red Bank Catholic.

Senior Dan Elmasri led Marlboro with 12 points, with senior Steve Scimone adding 10 and senior Brave Haugh chipping in eight in the loss.

 

South Crossover

No. 13 Toms River South 51, Manchester 49

Senior Kai Barckley hit the game-winning layup with three seconds left and the Indians halted a two-game skid to get back in the win column against the Hawks.

Barckley finished with 15 points, while senior Jordan Jones poured in 13 and senior Rob Peirson chipped in 11 for Toms River South.

Junior M.J. Goins led Manchester with 15 points and steals, while senior Jaymire Watts added 12 points and seven rebounds. Junior Aidan Lunn filled the stat sheet with 11 points, 12 rebounds, five assists, two blocks and two steals.

 

Coastal Crossover

No. 1 St. Rose 89, Long Branch 36

 

Non-Division

No. 9 Rumson-Fair Haven 51, Jackson Memorial 41

Senior Nick Rigby scored 16 points and pulled in 11 rebounds to spark the Bulldogs to a road win over the Jaguars behind a strong second half.

Junior David Carr and sophomore Luke Cruz each contributed 11 points for Rumson, which closed the third quarter on a 17-7 run after Jackson Memorial tied the game, 22-22, on the first possession of the second half.

Senior Devin Jones led Jackson Memorial with 13 points, while sophomore Randy Holmes and senior Anthony Hallihan each pitched in eight points for the Jaguars, who lead 14-10 through one quarter.

No. 15 Freehold Boro 67, Keansburg 20

Junior Brian Tassey scored 16 points and handed out four assists to highlight a Colonials rout of the Titans.

Junior Aidan Hamlin-Woolfolk chipped in 10 points and six rebounds, sophomore Mike Cush posted 15 points and six rebounds, and Jason Mathews added nine points for Freehold Boro.

Senior Jabdiel Borgas led Keansburg with seven points.

Southern 73, Jackson Liberty 40

Sophomore Jake Sliwinski scored 15 points and freshman Noah Perna chipped in 14 as the Rams handled the Lions on the road.

Point Boro 67, Barnegat 47

Junior Thomas Turner scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Panthers rolled to a win over the Bengals.

Junior Drew Cardia and sophomore Jovan Steinmetz each chipped in 13 points, with Steinmetz also contributing seven rebounds. Junior Hudson Griffen scored only two points, but pitched in eight rebounds and four assists.

Senior Jamari Smith led Barnegat with 12 points.

Wall 60, Pinelands 52 (OT)

Senior Andrew Olsen scored a game-high and the Crimson Knights pulled out an overtime road win over the Wildcats.

Sophomore Brian McKenna added 14 points, junior Demetri Tu scored 13 and freshman Liam Killea pitched in nine for Wall.

Senior Gerald Newsome and junior Ty Kline each scored 16 points and senior Aiden Falduto chipped in 14 to lead Pinelands.

 

Non-Conference

Keyport 72, Academy for Urban Leadership 43

Junior Dominico Dispenza scored 25 points and the Red Raiders coasted to a win over Urban Leadership.

Senior Ryan Burns added 15 points and junior Andrei Matthews chipped in 13 for Keyport.

Howell 72, West Windsor-Plainsboro South 53

Junior Joe Vella went off for a career-high 27 points while matching a single-game school record with eight three-pointers as the Rebels rolled to a road win over the Pirates.

Senior D.J. Orloff chipped in 13 points and classmate Chris Meehan netted 12 for Howell, which stormed out to a 40-22 halftime lead.

 

 

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