St. Rose’s Kat Phipps continued her impressive shooting display, after hitting nine three point field goals and leading the Purple Roses over St. Mary’s (NY) 76-59 on Saturday afternoon. Phipps finished with 12 total field goals and also went 9-9 from the foul line, finishing with a game-high 42 points.
Jess Louro also poured in 17 points for the Purple Roses and Ellyn Stoll hit three field goals from behind the arc for a total of nine points in the win.
St. Rose remains undefeated (9-0), and will meet a talented Holmdel team next Saturday.
TOMS RIVER EAST 48, TOMS RIVER NORTH 36: Kaitlin Lister scored a team-high 14 points leading the Raiders over the Mariners in a Class A South game. Rachel Pivano also added 13 points and Amanda Kennedy also scored eight points for the Raiders in the win.
Chrissy Ribaudo scored a game-high 17 points for the Mariners.
SOUTHERN 64, TOMS RIVER SOUTH 41: Tierney Goetz scored a team-high 22 points leading the Rams over the Indians in a Class A South game. Bianca Nicolini also scored 14 of her 18 points in the first half for the Rams.
Maria Gregorio scored a team-high 16 points for the Indians.
MIDD. NORTH 47, DELSEA 45: Hailee Hallard scored a game-high 23 points leading the Lions over the The Crusaders in a nonconference game. Hallard hit four three points field goals for the Lions, and Kamani Williams also finished with 16 points.
WALL 53, LONG BRANCH 51: A strong second half led the Crimson Knights over the Green Wave in a Class B North game. The Crimson Knights finished the fourth quarter with a 19-11 run, as Christina Tricarico finished with a team-high 21 points for the Wall.
Che’kasha Andrews and Angelique Gathers each scored 18 points for the Green Wave.
IN BOYS BASKETBALL
SOUTHERN 78, TOMS RIVER SOUTH 55: Junior forward Peyton Wejnert scored a career-high 39 points when the Rams defeated the Indians Saturday afternoon. The Rams seized control of the game in the first quarter when they outscored the Indians 23-13. Senior guard Jake Logue chipped in 17 points for the Rams. Senior guard Tymere Berry scored a team-high 19 points for the Indians.