Scoreboard Central – Fri 1/27

Scoreboard Central – Fri 1/27

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There are several big matchups around the Shore Conference for Friday. Here is the full lineup.

Fri 1/27

Colts Neck 56, Manalapan 30

Colts Neck (7-8) got back on the winning track with a convincing win over Manalapan (1-14). The Cougars scored 26 points in the second quarter to take control of the game.

Jaime Prestigiacomo led the way with 14 points, 5 assists, and 3 steals. Cara Volpe poured in 13 points and 5 rebounds. Sam Roth recorded 11 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals. Lexie Iglesia finished with 7 points and 5 boards.

Kerry Tanke led Manalapan with 11 points.

Trinity Hall 53, Henry Hudson 24

Trinity Hall (11-2) continues to roll in B Central. Tonight, they took down Henry Hudson (5-12).

Bridget Andree led the way with 14 points. Nicole Ventura added 12 points, and Colleen Cusat poured in 10 points. Caitlin Wingertzahn supplied 8 points, and Kathryn Kwapniewski chipped in with 6.

Emma Curry finished with 10 points for Henry Hudson, and Brea Carestrom added 6.

Rumson Fair Haven 69, Raritan 39

Rumson Fair Haven (14-1) beat Raritan (4-11) in A Central 69-39.

Hannah Scanlan posted a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Katie Foos added 15 points. Tori Hyduke finished with 11 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists.

Katrina Wojtowicz led Raritan with 15 points, and Renata Alberici poured in 10.

Freehold Boro 58, Jackson Liberty 47

Freehold Boro (4-12) defeated Jackson Liberty (5-10) in non-divisional action.

Olivia Duffy scored 19 points and hit 4 three pointers. Kayla Fletcher also connected 4 times from downtown and supplied 16 points in the win. Sydney Przygoda had 15 points for Freehold Boro who led 24-14 at halftime.

Kristina Donza had an explosive night, scoring a season high 28 points. Donza nailed 6 three pointers and came up with 4 steals.

Matawan 53, Shore 49

Matawan (6-9) snapped a five game losing streak by beating Shore (5-11) in A Central.

Manasquan 70, Long Branch 53

Manasquan (17-0) beat Long Branch (5-9) for the second time this season. The Green Wave hung around, only trailing 48-44 after three. The No 1 ranked Warriors blew the game open with a 22-9 tear to clinch the win.

Dara Mabrey went over 1,000 points in the win. Mabrey poured in a game high 24 points and hit 4 three point shots. Faith Masonius recorded 12 points. Lola Mullaney and Stella Clark added 10 points each.

Angelique Gathers scored 24 points for Long Branch. Sol Margaret Navarro added 13 points, and Quayniece Page finished with 10.

Midd South 50, Monmouth 27

Middletown South (11-3) picked up a win over Monmouth (3-11) in B North.

Alexandra Balsamo scored 16 points, grabbed 5 rebounds, and ripped off 4 steals. Isla Brennan finished with 16 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals. Eve Pirie added 6 points.

Precious Allah scored 16 points for Monmouth.

Toms River South 44, Howell 33

Toms River South (10-5) picked up a non-divisional victory at home over Howell (9-6). The Indians used a 14-6 fourth quarter to close out the win.

Octavia Garland posted a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Wagner had another strong day with 11 points, 2 assists, and 2 steals. Danielle Ferreri finished with 8 points and 6 boards.

Lauren Kocsis led Howell with 15 points. Kocsis nailed 2 three pointers in the game. Rachel Gazzola poured in 9 points, and Liz Capestro chipped in with 4 in the loss.

Red Bank Catholic 73, Wall Twp 31

Red Bank Catholic (13-2) stormed the court with a vengeance after Thursday night’s loss to Manasquan, beating Wall (7-9) 73-31. Nine players all got into the scoring book in the win.

Annetta Panayides provided 9 points off the bench. Rose Caverly and Katie Roth supplied 8 points each. Amanda Hart, Tia Montagne, and Hayley Moore all contributed with 7 points apiece. Fabienne Eggenschwiler added 6 points.

Tara Casuccio scored 14 points for Wall.

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