Class A North
CBA 51, Marlborough 49
Senior Will Bradley scored 18 points and the Colts survived the Mustang’s hot comeback to claim a share of the Class A North Division title.
Marlboro erased a 16-point halftime deficit with 1:02 left to tie the game with 1:02 left, and CBA freshman Conor Andry converted the game-winning layup to the CBA with 13 seconds left.
Sophomore Justin Fuerbacher added 10 points and senior Joe White added 9 points for the CBA to lead 32-16 at halftime and 36-22 with three minutes left in the third quarter.
Junior Steve Simone scored 10 of 19 points in the fourth quarter, closing a 14-point deficit with 11 minutes to go and tying the game at 49 points with just over a minute left in Marlboro’s rally. bottom.
Senior Alex Frank scored 9 of 12 points in the third quarter while senior Sohan Ereti added 10 points for Marlborough.
Class A Central
Matawan 56, Holmdel 46
Sophomore Jaden Elijah had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks as the Huskies defeated the Hornets and swept the Class A Central regular season series.
Elijah teamed up with classmates Chauncey Brown and Amir Martinez and senior Colin Halska to score all 56 points for Matawan. Brown scored his 14 points, Martinez with his 12 points and six assists, and Halska with his 11 points and eight rebounds in the win.
Junior Ben Kipnis led Holmdel with 17 points.
Class A South
Brick Museum No. 56, No. 7 South No. 45
Senior Josh Michigan scored 21 points as the Mustangs beat the Rams to further tighten up the Class A South Division race.
Senior Brian Starrett added 13 points, senior Dorian Alston added 12 points, and senior Mike Dayton added 9 points for Brick Memorial.
Sophomore Justin Silva led the Southerns with 13 points.
No. 9 Jackson Memorial 42, Toms River East 31
Senior Respect Tyreek had 11 points, 10 assists and 5 steals as the Jaguars beat the Raiders.
Senior Charlie Meglio and junior Shawn Hubbard each scored six points in a well-balanced Jackson Memorial offense.
Junior Stephen Scorsone scored 11 points to lead Toms River East.
No. 8 Toms River North 72, Toms River South 62
Junior Micah Ford scored 26 points and classmate Owen Baker added 20 as the Mariners pulled away with a win over the Indians to tie for first place in Class A South.
Senior Delaney Hyde scored 11 points and sophomore Sherrod Nelson added seven assists to strengthen Toms River North.
Class B North
Colts Neck 52, Red Bank Catholic 50 (2 OT)
Senior Tyler Spencer went scoreless for over 39 minutes, but filled in a go-ahead 3-pointer in double overtime with 20 seconds left to give the Cougars a come-from-behind victory over the Caseys.
Senior Will Sardes scored 17 points and hit a game-tying 3-pointer with 28 seconds left in regulation to draw the Coltsneck for the first time since the game was 0-0. Junior Mike Belcher also scored his 10th, while sophomore Vova his Torotsko recorded his eighth inning for the Cougars.
Juniors Colin Cavanaugh and Tyler Burnham each scored 13 points, leading the Red Bank Catholics who also scored nine points from sophomore Sean Saxton.
Class B Central
Asbury Park 53, Keinsburg 33
Senior Davon Foster scored 23 points and the Blue Bishops beat the Titans.
Seniors Shavourne Goodman and Jathan Brown added 10 points each for Asbury Park, while senior Jayheim Hill led Keensburg with 10.
Keyport 67, Point Beach 59
Junior Mike Ford scored 16 of his 24 points in the first half as the Red Raiders overcame a 16-point deficit in the 1st quarter to overturn Garnet Gulls to tie in the 1st quarter, with senior Telek Mimes and Max Judson scored 27 points in the second half. Ties with Point Beach in the Class B Central standings.
Mimes and Judson each finished with double-doubles of 18 points, with Judson grabbing 11 rebounds and Mimes grabbing 13 for Keyport.
Senior Kevin Burns led Point Beach with 20 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, but freshman Jacob Edgecombe lost with 11 points.
Class B South
Central 38, Brick 30
Sophomore Jaycen Santucci scored 14 points and junior Miles Chevalier added 12 to help the Golden Eagles win a low-scoring battle against the Green Dragons.
Senior Brandon Farber leads Brick by 7 points.
Lacey 74, Manchester 66 (OT)
With seniors Troy Buxton and Chris Venturoso combined for 55 points, the Lions outlasted the Hawks in overtime.
Buxton scored a game-high 28 points and had five rebounds, while Venturoso had 27 points and six rebounds over Lacy. Senior Ryan Fitzgerald added his 9 points and classmate Dylan Hall scored 7 with his 7 assists to seal the win.
Senior Evan Weiner (20 points and 10 rebounds) and junior Jameel Watts (14 points and 13 rebounds) each recorded a double-double, while sophomore Aidan Lang scored 19 points for Manchester.
Barnegut 60, Pinelands 34
Senior Jamali Smith scored a game-high 23 points as the Bengals beat the Wildcats.
Junior Sean Javines scored 17 points and sophomore Cole Toddings scored 12.
Junior Gerard Newsom and freshman Josh Barongo each scored nine points to lead Pineland.
Class C South
Shore 45, Jackson Liberty 36
With senior Liam Gajewski leading the offense with a game-high 23 points, the Blue Devils shrugged off a 5-point halftime deficit and turned the Lions upside down.
Senior Richie Studer added nine points for the Shores to take a 32-31 lead by the end of the third quarter.
Sophomore Corey Harnett led Jackson Liberty with nine points.
Donovan Catholic 76, Lakewood 40
Senior Pete Farekas scored 13 points and classmate Dylan Espinelli added 12 as the Griffins rout the Piners as they scored at least 2 points on at least 1 field goal with 12 Donovan Catholic players. .
Senior Derrick Marsh led Lakewood with 11 points.
Ocean 50, Monmouth 43 (OT)
Sophomore Seire Dean scored the game-tying 3-pointer with five seconds left in regulation to lead the Spartans to victory over the Falcons in front of a standing room crowd at the Falcons Nest.
Dean finished with 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists, while fellow sophomore Ron Richardson led Ocean with 15 points, 14 rebounds and four assists.
Senior Tahaj Wiggins scored a game-high 24 points, while senior Jake Bauer added 15 to give Monmouth the lead.
St. John Bianniy 52, Howell 40
Senior Conor Howard led a balanced St. John Vianny effort with 12 points and 5 steals as the Lancers emerged victorious over the Rebels.
Senior Kyle Berriest scored 11 points, junior Deon Jackson scored 10 points and nine rebounds, and junior Emmanuel Domingo scored nine points for St. John Bianniy.