Senior guard Raven Love’s 19 points and nine rebounds led Monmouth Regional past Long Branch, 58-45, in girls basketball nondivisional play Saturday.
Senior guard Ibriana Moore added 15 points and eight rebounds. Freshman forward Halena Martin contributed 11 points and five assists.
Love scored 14 second-half points, nine in the fourth quarter. Moore netted seven in the fourth quarter. Martin put home five in the first quarter in which Monmouth took a 15-10 lead.
Love went 6-for-17 from the field. Moore buried five of 11 attempts, including four of eight from downtown.
MARLBORO 46, OCEAN 24: Haley Unger recorded a double-double, matching her point and rebound total at 14, while Dani Mark scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Nicole Shatzky followed with eight of her own and two assists, as the Mustangs (2-0) rode past the Spartans (0-2) in this nondivisional meeting. Ocean’s Gianna Kinhofer led all Spartans scorers with nine.
RED BANK CATHOLIC 58, RED BANK 27: Alex Alfano scored 14 points in the first quarter and 17 of her game-high 19 in the first half as the No. 5 Caseys (2-0) downed the Bucs (1-1) in a nondivisional game matching two teams that won their openers 15 hours earlier.
Caroline Corcoran went 10-for-10 from the free throw line and scored all 13 of her points in the second half, including nine in the fourth quarter.
WALL 63, ROBBINSVILLE 55: Senior forward Kevin Waters had nine points and 15 rebounds and sophomore guard Ryan Janeczek had 21 points as the Crimson Knights (1-0) defeated the Ravens (1-1) in a nonconference game.
Sophomore guard Brendan Barcas added 14 points and sophomore guard Trent Mitchell had 13 points.
TOMS RIVER NORTH 66, RANDOLPH 39: Senior forward Solly Stansbury scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the Mariners (2-0) in their nonconference win over the Rams (0-2).
Stansbury scored six and senior center Tyler Bernath netted four of his eight in a 19-2 first-quarter barrage. The Mariners went ahead, 38-13, in the second quarter as senior guard Ron Marinaccio scored four of his nine, senior guard Damien Singleton netted four of his six and Bernath tossed in four. Singleton added six steals.
In Saturday’s high school boys basketball roundup, the Matt Golden was credited with leading Brick Memorial in points in a game against Jackson Memorial. The correct player was Mike Golden, Matt’s twin brother. Mike Golden scored 17 points.