Shore Conference Girls Basketball Scoreboard, Wednesday 12/28/22
WOBM Christmas Classic Snyder Semifinals Games
#2 Rumson-Fair Haven 60 vs #3 Wall 38
Another great performance by senior Julia Corsentino who scored 14 of her 19 points in the first half. Junior Raquel Guidetti had a strong second half and finished with 13 points. Wall was led by junior Shayne Eldridge who had 16 points and sophomore Marisa Amitie with 12 points.
#1 Ewing 63 vs #4 Red Bank Regional 21
Ewing advances to the finals to face Rumson in the Kathy Snyder bracket after a strong performance on the defensive end. Junior Rian Stokes led Ewing with 28 points and junior Te’Yala Delfosse added 15 points. RBR was led by senior Josie Munson with 14 points.
WOBM Christmas Classic Cervino Semifinals Games
#2 Manasqaun 49 vs #3 TR North 45
Senior Devyn Quigley continues to set the nets on fire no matter what gym she is at. Today Manasquan returns to the WOBM finals after defeating TRN in the Ray Cervino bracket. The Warriors opened up the second half with a 9-0 run to take the lead and did not look back. Junior Hope Masonius led the team with 18 points and sophomore Olivia Shaughnessy added 14 points. TRN answered every run that the Warriors had to keep the game close. The Mariners were led by senior Julia Grodzicki who had 14 points and junior Megan Sias added 13 points.
#1 Red Bank Catholic 72 vs #5 Middletown South 17
RBC moves onto the finals and will face Manasquan in a rematch of last year's WOBM finals. Freshman Sophia Smith led all scorers with 12 points and senior Casey Prior added 11 points in a balanced attack for RBC. Middletown South had six players score, three of them scoring 3 points. Middletown South will play Toms River North Friday in the consolation round.
Blue Devil Holiday Tournament
Nancy William’s Bracket
#1 Shore Regional 52 VS #4 Brick Township 35
Shore Regional returns to the finals in the BDHT behind a strong second half performance. Senior Rylee Drahos and sophomore Reese Fiore each scored 11 points and were tough on the defensive end. Junior Conley Smolokoff had a double double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brick Township was led by sophomore Riley Nausedas scoring 17 points.
#2 Hightstown 53 VS #3 Monmouth Regional 33
Hightstown moves on to the finals to face Shore Regional in the Nancy William’s bracket behind a strong performance by senior Kyla Glasser-Hyman. She finished with a game high 29 points. Monmouth Regional was led by junior Mia Troese who had 10 points and sophomore Amaya Harris finished with a double double, 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Patty Delehanty Bracket
#1 Colonia 57 VS # 4 Freehold Township 43
Colonia moves into the finals for the second straight year after defeating Freehold Twp in a hard fought game. Junior Taylor Derkack adds another dominant game, scoring 35 points. Senior Matti Chiera, who recently became Colonia’s all time leading scorer, added 14 points. Freehold Township was led by sophomore Gaby Parker who had 15 points. Parker was also selected to the All-Tournament team.
#2 Ocean Township 52 VS #3 Howell 28
Ocean advances to the finals behind a great performance by sophomore Kayden Clark. Clark finished with 21 points and 3 steals. Sister Eli Clark added 8 points and had 6 steals in the game. With the win, Ocean moves on to face defending champion Colonia. Howell was led by senior Kerry DeStefano who had 9 points and junior Maddy Smith added 6 points. This was Howell’s first loss of the season.
Holmdel Holiday Tournament
Ranney 50 vs Holmdel 46
Ranney defeated the host of the inaugural Holmdel Holiday Tournament 50-46 and moved into the finals to face Colts Neck. Ranney was led by sophomore Haley Poser, who finished with 21 points. Senior Sarah Hughes, who continues to have a great tournament, added 13 points today. Holmdel was led by senior Alexandra Loucopoulos with 15 points and junior Allison Cannon added 13 points.
Middletown North 33 vs Colts Neck 50
Colts Neck advances into the finals in the inaugural Holmdel Holiday Tournament. Junior Savannah Butz led Colts Neck with 24 points and 11 rebounds and senior Sarah Moran added 11 points. Middletown North was led by senior Aimee Tanglao, who had 11 points and 6 rebounds and freshman Laila Iasparro added 8 points