Jeep Store Shore Conference Boys Basketball Saturday Scoreboard, 2/4/23
At Kean University
Bishop Walsh (Md.) 63, No. 6 Jackson Memorial 38
Mikkel Tyne scored 23 points and Bishop Walsh wore down the Jaguars (17-5) in the second half after a competitive first 16 minutes.
Senior Samir Padilla led Jackson Memorial with 10 points, five rebounds and two steals.
Battle at Barnegat
Hammonton 49, Howell 48
Junior D.J. Orloff scored 22 points, but Hammonton's Kenny Smith countered with 25 as the Blue Devils (13-7) bested the Rebels (7-15).
Atlantic Tech 81, Manchester 64
Sophomore Aidan Lunn scored 20 points, but it wasn't enough for the Hawks (6-12) to keep pace with the Red Hawks (17-5).
Junior Jaymire Watts added 14 points and classmate Josh Love chipped in 10 for Manchester.
Lower Cape May 55, Ocean 36
Macky Bonner burned the Spartans (15-6) for 24 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals to lead a Tigers (18-4) rout.
Sophomore Zayier Dean scored 12 points and classmate Ron Richardson added nine to lead Ocean.
Cedar Creek 54, No. 3 Raritan 51
Senior Jack O'Leary led three Raritan players in double-figure scoring with 16 points, but the Pirates (10-14) pulled out the win, handing the Rockets (17-1) their first loss of the season.
Senior Mike Diller chipped in 15 points and classmate Jack Coleman added 12 for Raritan.
Red Bank Catholic 53, Millville 52
Red Bank Catholic's top three scorers each cracked double-figures and the Caseys (12-9) pulled out a one-point win over the Thunderbolts (13-8).
Sophomore Ryan Prior scored 16 points, junior Colin Cavanaugh added 15 and junior Tyler Burnham contributed 11 to lead Red Bank Catholic.
Mainland 44, Southern 39
Tim Travagline scored a game-high 18 points to pace the Mustangs (19-2) over the Rams (12-9).
Senior Tom Menegus led a balanced Southern scoring effort with 11 points as the Rams jumped out to a 14-9 first-quarter lead on a Mainland squad that has now won five straight and 13 out of 14.
Barnegat 65, Absegami 45
Sophomore Cole Toddings scored a career-best 23 points and the Bengals (9-12) rolled through the Braves (16-8) in the final game at the Battle of Barnegat.
Junior Shawn Javines added 14 points and classmate Jamari Smith contributed 11 for Barnegat.
No. 7 Rumson-Fair Haven 93, Donovan Catholic 58
Sophomore Luke Schorr scored 25 points and classmate Davey Carr poured in 17 to spark the Bulldogs (15-5) to a rout of the Griffins (8-9).
Robert Lake added 16 points on four three-pointers off the bench for Rumson, which built a 53-22 lead by halftime.
Senior Pete Farlekas scored 18 points to lead Donovan Catholic.
Shore 57, Asbury Park 40
Senior Liam Gajewski led a balanced attack with 11 points and the Blue Devils (13-4) cruised past the Blue Bishops (5-8) on Senior Day.
Brett Sweeney added 10 points, Donovan Hughes scored nine and Richie Studer chipped in seven to highlight Shore's senior contributions. Junior Alex George also netted eight points in the win.
No. 9 Freehold Twp. 65, Long Branch 41
Senior Malachi Harris went off for a career-high 30 points to go with nine rebounds, four assists and three steals to help the Patriots (16-3) top the Green Wave (3-18), despite the absence of senior Jayden Holmes-Cotter (illness).
Ranney 59, Brick Memorial 45
Senior Jahlil Bethea scored 19 points and classmate Isaac Hester poured in 17 to lead the Panthers (12-9) to a win over the Mustangs (13-9).
Sophomore MeSean Williams added eight points for Ranney, while senior Josh Michigan led Brick Memorial with a game-high 22 points.
Marlboro 62, Red Bank 60
Senior Alex Frank scored 15 of his team-high 19 points in the second half and the Mustangs (9-9) rallied from a 15-point second-quarter deficit to top the Bucs (7-12).
Junior Steve Scimone added 16 points, including three three-pointers and 11 points in the third quarter, during which Marlboro outscored Red Bank, 24-12, to take a two-point lead heading to the fourth.
Senior Sohan Eleti added 12 points and junior Dan Elmasri pitched in nine for Marlboro.
Senior Nick Valentino scored 14 of his 26 points in the first quarter to lead Red Bank, while junior Braydon Kirkpatrick poured in 14 in the loss.
Freehold Boro 57, Pinelands 35
Junior Christian DiGiso and sophomore Brian Tassey each scored 19 points and the Colonials (7-14) rolled to a road win over the Wildcats (2-19).
No. 2 St. Rose 59, No. 8 CBA 51
Junior Matt Hodge and freshman Jayden Hodge each scored 12 points and the Purple Roses (19-2) battle for a win over the Colts (11-7) in head coach Brian Lynch's return to CBA, where he starred as a player in the 1990's.
Junior Bryan Ebeling also poured in 11 points and sophomore Evan Romano netted 10 for St. Rose.
Junior Peter Noble led CBA with a game-high 17 points, while senior Will Bradley chipped in 11 and senior Joe White contributed eight for the Colts, who took a 15-14 lead on St. Rose through one quarter on a banked three-pointer by Bradley at the buzzer.
Henry Hudson 58, Paterson Arts and Science 43
Sophomore Jack Fitzpatrick scored 24 points and the Admirals (11-11) pulled away for a road win over Paterson Arts.
Senior Luke Jaccodine and junior Jeremy Way each added 16 points for Henry Hudson.
Colts Neck 40, Hillside 39
Sophomore Vova Trotsko scored the winning basket with 17 seconds left off a feed from freshman Dillon Younger and the Cougars (15-5) picked up a road win over the Comets (5-15).
Trotsko finished with 11 points and senior Tyler Spencer added 10 to lead Colts Neck, which played without senior Will Surdez (ankle).
Holmdel at No. 5 Toms River North -- PPD, TBA