Boys basketball roundup

Boys basketball roundup


Boys basketball roundup


Hillsborough 47, Ridge 42: Senior forward Jalen Parham netted 16 points and senior forward Jack Panagos had 10 points for Hillsborough (8-2). Junior guard Dan McCreesh scored 12 points and Derek Lyons had 12 points as Ridge fell to 9-2.

Bridgewater-Raritan 62 Immaculata 21: Ben Miller led the Panthers (9-3) with 11 points. Twelve Panthers scored on the evening. Immaculata had nine different players score.

Sayreville 59, J.P. Stevens 28: Malik Pressley and Jehyve Floyd each scored seven points in the first quarter as Sayreville raced out to a 21-0 lead. Pressley and Cory Taite each finished with 12 points for the Bombers (10-2), while Floyd finished with 13. Nick Dooley finished with 11 points for the Hawks (2-10).

South Brunswick 43, Colonia 39: Jason Saldiveri scored 12 of his team-high 14 points in the second half, Jack Engel added 10, and Corey LUmpkin added nine to lead South Brunswick (4-6). Chase Barneys scored 12 points and Jodrell Thompson chipped in nnie for Colonia (7-4).

North Hunterdon 28, Somerville 27: Mike Mageleski scored on a tip-in with two seconds left, his only points of the game, to give North Hunterdon (5-7) the last-second win. Ryan McDowell scored a team-high nine points to lead the Lions. Matt Cardone scored 13 points for Somerville (6-4).

North Brunswick 70, New Brunswick 45: Junior L.J. Williams scored a game-high 17 points, while Pranay Bhandare chipped in 12 points to lead North Brunswick (8-3) to the win. Trejon Wilson scored 13 points, and Trevon Blakey scored 12 points for New Brunswick (0-10) in the loss.

Edison 75, Cardinal McCarrick 62: Raekwon Ross scored 27 points, and teammate Travon Washington chipped in 23 points to guide Edison (6-5) to the win. Sky Harris led the way for Cardinal McCarrick (2-7), scoring 21 points in the loss.

Bound Brook 80, Manville 36: Shane Stevens scored 30 points and added four rebounds and four assists to lead the way for Bound Brook (8-4). Nicholas Harenza scored a team-high 10 points in the loss.

Hunterdon Central 72, Watchung Hills 60: Jeff Dzierzawiec scored a game-high 29 points to lead the way for Hunterdon Central (5-6), who had four players score in double figures. Anthony Rocchietti scored 14 points, and Mark Ball scored 13 points for Watchung Hills (7-4).

Bernards 63, Belvidere 37: David Weber scored 20 points, including four three-pointers, while Doug DeMarrais chipped in 17 points to lead Bernards (5-6) to the win. Josh Pryslak scored a team-high 12 points to lead Belvidere (2-7) in the loss.


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