Shore Conference Boys Basketball Wednesday Scoreboard, Feb. 1

Shore Conference Boys Basketball Wednesday Scoreboard, Feb. 1


No. 5 Toms River North 79, Keyport 60

Senior Delani Hyde hit a triple double with 21 points, 12 points and seven blocks as the Mariners (16-4) beat the Red Raiders (13-4) in a Shore Conference Division Champions matchup.

Junior Owen Baker added 18 points and seven assists, junior Micah Ford lost 14 points, and junior Tareq Council had eight points, 11 rebounds and five blocks for Toms River North.

Senior Max Judson led three keyport players with 23 points in double figures, while senior Terrek Mimes scored 13 and junior Mike Ford lost 11 points.

Central 62, brick monument 46

Sophomore Jaycen Santucci and junior Miles Chevalier both went off in the second half and the Golden Eagles (15-5) blew up the game in the third to secure a key win over the Mustangs (13-7) in a game the Shore Conference had an impact on tournament seeding.

Santucci scored 17 of his game-best 25 points in the second half, including 10 in a third quarter that saw Central surpass Brick Memorial 20-8 to convert a six-point lead to an 18-point lead at halftime.

Two nights after setting a school record with eight threes, Chevalier hit five Wednesday night, including four during the Golden Eagles’ second-half breakout, and finished with 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists.

Junior Jordan Barbot also grabbed 10 points for Central.

Seniors Josh Michigan and Dorian Alston each scored 12 points to lead Brick Memorial while classmate Eric Sliazis had 10 points in the loss.

Monmouth 46, brick 34

Senior TJ Thomasson posted a career-high 25 points and the Falcons (11-9) buried the Green Dragons (6-15) for a senior night win.

Senior Ta’haj Wiggins added eight points and 14 rebounds for Monmouth while senior Alex Jenkoski led Brick with 12.

South 46, Pine Country 26

Senior Tom Menegus dominated with 16 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks as the Rams (12-8) rolled to a win over the Wildcats (2-19) and embarked on a five-game losing streak.

Junior Caden Schubiger added 12 points for Southern while senior Mike Hall walked Pinelands with nine.

APPEARANCE: The Most Extreme Temperatures in Each State’s HistoryStacker consulted 2021 data from NOAA’s State Climate Extremes Committee (SCEC) to illustrate the hottest and coldest temperatures on record in each state. Each slide also shows the highest-ever 24-hour rainfall record and the highest-ever 24-hour snowfall.

Read on to find out individual state records in alphabetical order.

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