Boys basketball roundup for Saturday, Jan. 31

Boys basketball roundup for Saturday, Jan. 31


Boys basketball roundup for Saturday, Jan. 31


Gill St. Bernard’s 70, Ridge 37: In his first game of the season, junior guard Tyus Battle scored 14 points as Gill St. Bernard’s (8-7) rolled past Ridge, which entered with only one loss. John Michael Mea led the Knights with 19 points and Harrison DeMaira added 12 in the win.

Roselle Catholic 61, Linden 46: Isaiah Briscoe scored a game-high 25 points as Roselle Catholic avenged a loss to Linden from earlier in the month. Linden led 10-5 after the first quarter before the Lions went on an 18-3 run to take control of things as they took a 10 point lead into the half and never relinquished control.

South Plainfield 65, Dunellen 62: Jordan Hankerson and Lamont Williams each recorded 17 points and four assists to lead South Plainfield. Devon Dabel added 16 points for the Tigers, who carried a nine point lead into the fourth quarter. David Johnson led all scorers with 19 points for Dunellen and Tyquan Fowler netted 18.

Old Bridge 66, Monroe 55: Connor Romano led all scorers with 24 points as Old Bridge took a commanding 35-12 halftime lead following a 24-4 second quarter. Kyle Paris chipped in 15 points for the Knights while Will Osvald had 10 and Luis Cruz added nine. Matt Cocorikis and Tyler Salzer each scored a team-high 14 points for Monroe while David Okoh added 11.

Carteret 59, Woodbridge 54: Jaquan Robertson led Carteret with 23 points and 14 rebounds and Brandon Gilder chipped in 12 points and nine rebounds as the Ramblers outscored Woodbridge 17-8 in the fourth quarter to rally. The Barrons (9-6) were by Zahneer Shuler with 21 points and Zaire Robinson with 13 points. Quassim Glover added 10 points for Carteret, which improved to 11-4.

Piscataway Tech 43, South Amboy 35: Letrell West dropped in 20 points and Aziz Austin contributed seven points for Piscataway Tech (12-4). Ryan O’Leary scorted 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Kehare Ford added eight points and 13 boards for South Amboy (9-9).

Hunterdon Central 66, North Hunterdon 56: Colin McNeil netted 25 points and Cole Hanntz dropped in 25 points to send Hunterdon Central (7-8). John Walton scored 20 points and Brandon Votek added 17 for North Hunterdon (5-11).

Colonia 58, J.P. Stevens 43: James Corbett scored 23 points and Chase Barneys added 14 points to fuel Colonia (13-2). Mike Lionkis netted 14 points and Nick Dooley scored 10 points for the Hawks (8-9).

Wardlaw-Hartridge 60, Highland Park 36: Garret Racz posted 19 points and Nick Palko added 15 points to lead Wardlaw-Hartridge (6-8). Mike Newman chipped in 14 points for the Rams, while Nasir Boykins and Will Jacob-Perez each netted 13 points to pace Highland Park (2-13).

Perth Amboy Tech 77, South River 61: Jordan Little tallied 27 points and Noel Garay added 14 points to send Perth Amboy Tech (12-3). Luis Rodriguez chimed in with 13 points in the victory. Sean Darrar posted 29 points and six rebounds and Antonio Martinez added 12 points for South River (8-8).

East Brunswick 69, Sayreville 51: John McHenry and Matt Ross each scored 14 points as East Brunswick improved to 10-4. Jehyve Floyd posted 25 points to lead all scorers while pulling down 22 rebounds for Sayreville (6-9).

East Brunswick Tech 63, Timothy Christian 54: Mason Settembre scored 18 points and Enudy Jimenez added 10 points for East Brunswick Tech (6-9). William Clemons’ 21 points nine rebounds and Robert Saydee’s 18 points and 10 boards paced Timothy Christian (1-13).

North Bergen 57, South Brunswick 53: Jack Engel scored 21 points and Eric Savage added 14 points for South Brunswick. Michael Ugarte tallied 13 points for the Vikings (6-9).

Cardinal McCarrick 50, Bishop Ahr 30: Santiago Dervishaj scored 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Cardinal McCarrick stayed undefeated. Brian Harris added nine points for the Eagles, who improved to 15-0. The Trojans fell to 5-8.

Governor Livingston 66, Rahway 47: John Iorio scored 23 points and Javon Reis-Wilson and Jimmy Longo each netted 11 points to power Governor Livingston (9-5). Michael Famosa posted 18 points and Jordan Tutt added 10 for Rahway (11-4).

Somerville 57, Warren Hills 41: Nasir Clark led the way with 22 points and nine rebounds as Somerville improved to 12-1. John Jimenez also had 12 points and seven rebounds and Mike Bunnell contributed with 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Pioneers.


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