Class C South
Monmouth 54, Shore 30
Senior Tahaj Wiggins scored 18 points and had 14 rebounds as the Falcons (10-8, 6-3) dominated the Blue Devils (11-3, 5-1) in response to Thursday’s loss at Shore. Earned.
Senior TJ Thomasson added 14 points for Monmouth to keep their division title hopes alive in a messy Class C South race.
Senior Liam Gajewski led Shore on 12 points while junior Alex George lost on 11.
Asbury Park 42, Pinelands 37
Senior Davon Foster scored 16 points and fellow classmate Shavon Goodman scored 13 to lead the Blue Bishops (5-5) in a win over the Wildcats (2-17).
Red Bank Catholic 79, Holmder 66
Sophomore Sean Saxton led the four Red Bank Catholics in double figures with 16 points, while Caseys (10-9) held both teams in a high-scoring shootout against the Hornets (7-9). won an important match for Qualified for Shore Conference Tournament.
Juniors Tyler Burnham and Ryan Prior scored 15 points each, while junior Pasquale Sabino gave 10 to Red Bank Catholics.
Holmdel also had four players in double figures with a game-high 18, led by junior Nick Seerock.
Howell 61, Middletown North 49
Juniors DJ Orloff and Chris Meehan combined for 43 points as the Rebels (6-13) defeated the Lions (3-15).
Orlov scored a game-high 22 points while Meehan scored 21 on five 3-pointers.
Wall 64, Ocean 63 (2 OT)
Senior Matt Eisenberg scored a game-high 24 points as the Crimson Knights (2-14) beat the Spartans (13-5) in double overtime to give coach Bob Klatt his 300th career victory. rice field.
Sophomore Tom Ekberg added 17 points, junior Beau Pepe scored 11, and junior Quentin Ambrose scored 10.
Senior Brandon Laughlin led the Oceans with 19 points, while Ron Richardson lost with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Seire Dean and his junior Keith Allen also added his 11 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists respectively to the Spartans.
Freehold Twp. 52, 7 Southern 49 (OT)
Sr. Jaden Holmes-Cotter scored a game-high 17 points with 19 rebounds and 5 assists to help the Patriots (13-3) pull out an away overtime victory over the Rams (11-7).
Holmes-Cotter, with 25 seconds remaining, cut junior Brandon Norello into the basket and scored a tying layup with 25 seconds remaining to put Freehold Township in position for an overtime win.
Sophomore Nick Cardon and senior James McCarthy each added nine points, with Cardon scoring three of Freehold Township’s eight points in overtime. Senior Malachi Harris also added eight points, and a steal in the backcourt followed by a layup scored the game’s final points, making it 52-49 with 21 seconds remaining.
Junior Kaden Schubiger added 16 points and senior Tom Menegas added 12 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Southerns on a four-game losing streak.
Colts Neck 53, Neptune 42
Sophomore Vova Trotsko scored a game-high 23 points and senior Will Surdez scored 15 as the Cougars (13-4) edged the Scarlet Flyers (5-10).
Senior Anthony Banks leads Neptune by 12 points.
No. 6 Rumson-Fair Haven 71, Marlboro 56
Senior Luke Mikolajczyk scored 24 points on four 3-pointers as the Bulldogs (12-5) beat the Mustangs (7-8).
Sophomore Luke Shore scored 16 and junior Nick Rigby added 11 to Lamson.
Juniors Daniel El-Masri and Stephen Shimon scored 13 points each, while senior Sohan Ereti added 12 points to give Marlboro the lead.
Matawan 58, Brick 29
Sophomore Chauncey Brown scored a game-high 22 points and senior Colin Halska added 17 as the Huskies (11-7) beat the Green Dragons (6-13).
No. 4 Middletown South 58, St. John Bianniy 49
Senior Dylan Chik scored a game-high 17 points, and the Eagles (13-4) beat the Lancers (10-10) for a 13-game winning streak following a 0-4 start to the season.
Senior Pat Brown and junior Ryan Dennery each added 10 points, while Brown and junior Will Nugent (4 points) each had double-digit rebounds. Nugent is 13 and Brown is 10.
Senior Kyle Veriesto scored 14 points on four 3-point shots, while junior Emmanuel Domingo added 11 points to take the lead over St. John Bianniy.
CBA 51, No. 5 Point Boro 41
Junior Peter Noble scored 9 of 14 points in the 4th quarter and the Colts (10-6) rode a 17-1 run midway through the 4th quarter to win over the Panthers (11-5).
Sr. Will Bradley and sophomore Justin Farbacker each added 10 points as the CBA revived a third of its scoreless first quarter and seven points in the fourth quarter. Pointboro stole nine consecutive points to take a 31-26 lead with less than seven minutes remaining, at which point the CBA began a 17-1 run that lasted just over two minutes.
Junior Noah Knauf led Point Boro with 14 points while senior Shane Ryan added 10 points to lose.
Henry Hudson 43, Danellen 39
Sophomore Jack Fitzpatrick scored 19 points and senior Jax Ross added 13 to drive the Admirals (9-10) to victory over the Destroyers.
10. Lanny 89, McNair 68
Senior Isaac Hester had 27 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists to lead the Panthers (9-9) to a win over McNair and set a new record heading into the final six days of the Shore Conference tournament cutoff.
Senior Jalil Betea scored 20 points, while junior Drew Buck and sophomore Meishon Williams both scored 15 points each for Lanny.
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No. 1 Manasquan 77, Trenton Catholic 51
Sophomore Darius Adams scored 24 points as the Warriors (17-3) beat the Iron Mikes comfortably.
Sr. Quinn Peters added 10 points for Manasquan, with seven players scoring at least seven points. Sophomore Ryan Frauenheim scored his nine, while junior Alex Konov and his seniors Jack Dettlinger and Mike Flanagan each scored his eight. Sophomore Griffin Linstra also scored his seven points to win.
Sunday, January 29th
Newark vs. Everyone Showcase
St John Bianyi v Newark Eastside, 12:30pm
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There are over 10 players tied for NJ in this year’s NFL Conference Championship Game.
There are four active NFL quarterbacks born in Garden State and over 60 active pros with NJ roots.
Some of them might even be on your fantasy football team.