Danny Vital’s record setting day earns JSZ Game Ball
Keansburg quarterback Danny Vital set a single game passing yards record with 387 in the Titans 51-43 win over Point Pleasant Beach. Vital had four TD passes and a TD run in the Titans third win of the season. JSZ stopped by Keansburg practice for a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball presentation: Take Our Poll Watch highlights of Vital’s record-setting performance from our Saturday Week 5 Highlights Show: Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury has helped us celebrate great athletic performances in the Shore Conference over the past four years. Thanks to the team at Monmouth Building Center for giving us the chance to honor great Shore kids in football, basketball, baseball and softball. Coming up on Sunday, we’ll have another 10 nominees from the Shore Conference up for a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball. The polls open at 9:00 am and closes on Tuesday at 3:00 pm
11. Oct 2017
Watch Keansburg 51 Point Pleasant Beach 43 Week 5 Highlights
Keansburg 51 Point Pleasant Beach 43- week 5 Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
9. Oct 2017
Ten Shore standouts up for Monmouth Building Ctr. Week 5 Game Ball
Once again, we have 10 great nominees from the Shore Conference who shined on the Week 5 stage. Cast your vote NOW through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner will get a visit from JSZ and a Game Ball presentation. Thanks to all of our faithful Shore fans for supporting JSZ and to the players for giving us great highlights every single weekend! Take Our Poll Last Week’s Game Ball Winner: Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury has helped us celebrate great athletic performances in the Shore Conference over the past four years. Thanks to the team at Monmouth Building Center for giving us the chance to honor great Shore kids in football, basketball, baseball and softball.
8. Oct 2017
Watch JSZ Week 5 Saturday Highlights Show
The Jersey Sports Zone team brings you another 11 games of fantastic highlights featuring fantastic finishes and more incredible plays. Watch the action from every part of New Jersey in our Saturday Week 5 Highlights Show: Click above to watch highlights from the following games: Saint Joe’s-Montvale 16 Don Bosco Prep 15: Nick Patti game-winning TD pass to Matt Alaimo with :27 seconds left Pope John 43 Paramus Catholic 7: Berrell Neal 6 carries, 91 yards, 3 TD’s Hun School 33 Blair Academy 26: Patrick Holly 2 TD passes, Josh Henderson 3 TD’s Keansburg 51 Point Pleasant Beach 43: Daniel Vital 15-20, 387 yards, 5 TD’s Jashawn Martin 7 catches, 186 yards, 3 TD’s Lacey 34 Lakewood 33: Coleton Klaus 3 TD passes, Ryan Kilmurray 37 yard TD with :56 left Manalapan 42 Colts Neck 8: Naim Mayfield 13 carries, 215 yards, 4 TD’s Freehold Boro 56 Monroe 14: Ashante Worthy 5-6 110 yards, 3 TD passes, 5 rushes 126 yards, 3 TD’s Monmouth Regional 16 Raritan 6: Eli Rife 86 yard punt return for TD Allentown 48 Pemberton 8: X’Zavier Harris 4 catches, 156 yards, 3 TD’s Gloucester Catholic 61 Wildwood 8: Dashaun Harris 6 carries, 108 yards, 3 TD’s Paulsboro 49 Haddon Township 0: Dehron Holloway 4 TD’s Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch 10 great games that kicked off our Week 5 coverage: Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 4 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
8. Oct 2017
Watch Pinelands 13 Keansburg 14 highlights
Pinelands 13 Keansburg 14- week 4 Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
2. Oct 2017
Watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 4 Highlights Show
Week Four came to a close with a full plate of Saturday matchups around the state. Thanks to our great team at JSZ, we were able to bring you nine more games of action. The St. Joe’s-Montvale-Bergen Catholic clash gets things started and we get our first look at Pope John. Two Saturday night matchups found Somerville scoring a road win at Warren Hills and South River improving to 4-0 after holding off Keyport. Watch all the highlights: Click above to watch highlights of the following games: Bergen Catholic 41 St. Joe’s-Montvale 30: Josh McKenzie 20 carries, 106 yards, 2 TD’s Pope John 49 Seton Hall Prep 28: Berrell Neal 16 carries, 186 yards, 4 TD’s Mater Dei Prep 14 Canada Prep 13: Malik Ingram game-winning TD in 4th quarter Keansburg 14 Pinelands 13: Miguel Crespo game winning 1 yard TD Manasquan 27 Barnegat 0: Connor Morgan, 86 yards rushing, 2 TD’s South River 20 Keyport 16: Michael DeSantis 3 TD’s Somerville 26 Warren Hills 7: Ryan Kovacs 10-12, 178 yards, 2 TD’s St. Joe’s-Hammonton 53 Pennsville 0: Jada Byers 2 punt return TD’s, 4 carries, 124 yards, TD Woodbury 14 Salem 6: Andre Parker TD run, TD pass Missed our Week 4 Coverage? Three days, three shows, 30 games, 60 schools. Watch all of our high definition highlights around the state. Every Monday, we break up our highlights show and put your hometown team’s highlights in our Team Page section. Just visit the Find Your School link at the top of our home page Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 4 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for Game Balls in Shore, Big North-GMC, Mid-State 38 and WJFL (winners receive Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
1. Oct 2017
Keansburg 2017 Football preview
2016 was not the ideal season for Keansburg football as they went 2-8. Head Coach John Bird in his third year with the team looks to get things cooking this year with the help of his star QB Daniel Vital. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez caught up with the Titans to see how they’re preparing for 2017. Keansburg 2017 Football Schedule Saturday, September 9 – MATER DEI Friday, September 15 – at Highland Park Friday, September 22 – at Shore Regional Saturday, September 30 – PINELANDS Saturday, October 7 – POINT BEACH Saturday, October 14 – at Sussex Tech Saturday, October 21 – SOUTH RIVER Saturday, October 28 – at Keyport Saturday, November 4 – at Asbury Park Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Bayshore Community Bank for sponsoring our coverage of Keansburg this year! Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
25. Aug 2017
JSZ Blog: Even the Story Teller Has a Story
To the players, coaches, parents, and fans out there. To the readers, followers, and viewers of our content. To those who have supported Shore Sports Zone over the past three years, and to those who are new. Jersey Sports Zone is officially here, and I would like to welcome you to this new and exciting company, and say how thankful I am to have you along for the ride. I would like to introduce myself, and tell you about my passion and plans for this new venture. I have always been the “behind the scenes” guy, my focus being on on finding and telling the stories of others. Editing, creating, and mixing, piece by piece, video by video. None of which ever really included myself. But, even the story teller has a story. Right? I remember a cold January afternoon in Neptune, New Jersey. I was an eight year old boy, gripping my father’s hand as we headed into the gymnasium for the Scarlet Flier’s annual Holiday Jubilee. We grabbed what seemed to be the only available seats in the building. Just as I settled into my seat and picked up my head, there was a flash across the gym. A player had stolen the ball, sprinted down the court and rose into the air, throwing down a rim rattling acrobatic dunk like nothing I had ever seen before. I turned to my father and asked “Who is that!?” He simply replied “That’s J.R.”. That player of course being NBA Champion and Cleveland Cavalier Guard JR Smith, who at the time was a long and lanky 11th grader at Lakewood High School. There was no internet fame, or multi million dollar contract yet, but you certainly wouldn’t know it by being in his presence. There was an aura around JR, and it was an entirely fresh experience for me. He was a star. I knew it, every fan in the gym knew it, and most undoubtedly, JR Smith knew it. That “aura” is not a requisite of greatness, but the great ones usually have it. It’s when a player can walk into a room full of people that know nothing of him or her, but know immediately that he/she is someone. From that point on, I was hooked, I wanted to find more players that captivated audiences, drew crowds by the thousands, and ticket lines so long that my legs would ache by tip off. My father and I began traveling the state, tri-state, and eventually all over the Northeast. Attending showcases, tournaments, and games featuring the best players in the country. Every season was a new start, a chance to discover another star, and the opportunity to years down the line say ‘I was there when..” I was there when LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony squared off as high schoolers, dazzling college and pro scouts while drawing ooh’s and aah’s from the crowd in Trenton. I was there to see many of DaJaun Wagner’s unfathomable and entertaining state record 3,462 career points. I was there at Rutgers in 2011, for what some considered the game of a life time, No. 1 St. Patrick’s vs No. 2 St Anthony. A sold out National Championship prizefight, disguised as a Non-Public B North Final. Bob Hurley’s Friars getting the better of Kevin Boyle’s Celtic’s en route to a perfect 33-0 season and Hurley’s 26th State Championship. Then came 2013, I wanted a way to document my experiences at these events. The amazing players and moments deserved to be archived and shared. I began filming the games I attended, sitting in the stands with my iPhone, anxiously awaiting an exciting play or exhilarating slam dunk. The footage certainly wasn’t award winning. It was out of focus, not in frame, and a bit shaky. I wasn’t entirely sure of what I was doing, but it seemed to be working, and I was loving every minute of it. Video by video, my views, followers, and subscribers began to grow. This was all thanks to the amazing players I covered. I would like to name a few that helped me me along the way; Mike Gesicki, Karl Towns Jr., Isaiah Briscoe, Ben Simmons, The Ball Brothers, Leondre Washington, Bryan Antoine, and Scottie Lewis. The names, games, teams, and moments could be listed on and on. All of which have contributed to where I am today. Bringing high definition highlights to all of you, and telling the stories of New Jersey’s best athletes. Providing exposure and shining light where it belongs. From an iPhone, to a Best Buy CamCorder, to a full on professional camera that I use today. The evolution and progression has been steady. Self teaching, and practicing. Perfecting my craft to the best of my ability. Nothing was planned, only discovered along the way. Art is truly about finding a way to express yourself, and video is my way of doing that. The camera is my paint brush, this laptop is my canvas. Creating something special and sharing it with others is what I love to do. This is what I will continue to do with Jersey Sports Zone and I cannot be more thrilled about it. Whether it be a simple game highlight, or a long form documentary. Shining a light and providing exposure for young athletes and their dreams, the only way I know how to. Rich Chrampanis had asked me put something together to get people excited about our new company. I chose what only came natural to me. Here are some of my favorite and most memorable basketball moments from the last few years. Enjoy and Thank You for your time! Alexander Lorenzo Videographer/Producer Jersey Sports Zone ATTENTION ATHLETES We want to give you a space to tell your story. We take great pride in providing positive promotion of high school athletes. Throughout the year, we’ll ask athletes from all sports to contribute their own blog entries to learn what it takes to succeed on and off the field. If you want to be a part of the JSZ Blog, email email@example.com
16. Aug 2017
Watch Tuesday wins for Barnegat and Keyport
SSZ has highlights from a pair of Tuesday night Shore Conference boys contests. Chris Hogrefe had a career high 23 points in Keyport’s 72-62 home win against Keyport plus we’ve got Barnegat’s 13th win of the season, a home victory over Lacey Barnegat 41 Lacey 29 The Bengals used a 10-1 fourth quarter to outlast the Lions. Barnegat had three players in double digits. Mike Revello had 12 points, Alex Grogan added 11 and Carson Francisco dropped 10 points to get the Bengals to 13-5 on the season. Geoff Fairclough led Lacey with 15 points. Watch the highlights from Tuesday night in Barnegat: Keyport 72 Keansburg 62 Chris Hogrefe had a career high 23 points and Brenden O’Brien added 22 points to give the Red Raiders a season split with the Titans. Hogrefe had four three-pointers in the first half and ended the third quarter with his fifth triple to put the Raiders up 50-46. Keyport used an 8-0 run in the fourth to break a 52-52 tie. Danny Vital scored 25 points to lead all scorers and Nick Rizzi delivered 20 points for the Titans. Watch the highlights from Tuesday night in Keyport: Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Bayshore Community Bank for sponsoring our Keyport and Keansburg coverage on Shore Sports Zone. It’s because of BCB that we’ll be able to capture so many great moments from the Red Raiders and Titans all year long
1. Feb 2017
Patriots reach 16-0, Ranney wins on senior night
SSZ has Thursday night basketball highlights of Freehold Township’s road win at Red Bank Regional to reach 16-0 and the Ranney Panthers winning 62-45 on senior night against Keansburg Freehold Township 58 Red Bank Regional 49 Steve Staklinski had 20 points to pace the Patriots to a 16th straight win. Freehold Township had a five game road swing and kept its perfect record intact. Devin Cooper led all scorers with 28 points in a losing effort for RBR. After the game, we presented Staklinski with a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball after winning last week’s fan vote: Ranney 62 Keansburg 45 Bryan Antoine led the Panthers with 15 points and Scottie Lewis and Ahmadu Sarnor each scored 13 to get Ranney a 17 point win at home over the Titans. Ranney started four seniors on senior night and played them for over five minutes of the first quarter. The Panthers trailed 10-7 after one quarter, but took the lead in the second quarter and never looked back. Danny Vital led all scorers with 23 points for Keansburg. Watch the highlights of Ranney’s 11th win of the season: Sponsor Shout Outs! Great sponsors allow us to bring you great high school sports action. Thanks to I’m Possible Training (Ranney), Bayshore Community Bank (Keansburg), Navesink Electrical (Red Bank Regional) and Extraordinary Productions (Freehold Township) for their support. We shoot highlights of games with sponsors. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know a local business that wants to sponsor your favorite team.
26. Jan 2017
Game Balls go to Keansburg and Wall
Thanks to everyone who voted for Monmouth Building Center Game Balls. This week we visit Keansburg Titans practice to honor Quentin Godfrey and Wall where Lauren Karabin received her Game Ball prior to the Crimson Knights win against Monmouth Regional Every Sunday we post top performers from boys and girls basketball and put them up for vote for Monmouth Buildign Center Game Balls. Congratulations to this week’s winners: Quentin Godfrey wins SSZ Boys Game Ball SSZ stopped by Keansburg Titans practice to honor Quentin Godfrey who won an SSZ Game Ball for his 25 point performance against Asbury Park: Take Our Poll Lauren Karabin wins SSZ Girls Game Ball Wall guard Lauren Karabin poured in 40 points in a win against Long Branch to win this week’s Monmouth Building Center Game Ball. We presented Lauren with her Game Ball prior to Wall’s win over Monmouth Regional. Check out the highlights of Karabin and the Crimson Knights picking up a home win: Take Our Poll A special thanks to Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury for supporting high school athletes in Monmouth and Ocean County. Our friends at Monmouth Building Center sponsor football game balls in the fall, boys and girls basketball in the winter and baseball and softball in the spring.
20. Jan 2017
Week Six Game Balls go to RBR and Keansburg
Thanks to everyone who voted for this week’s Monmouth Building Center Game Balls. Red Bank Regional brings some creativity to its Game Ball ceremony thanks to Bucs long snapper Kevin Laughlin and we stop at Keansburg to visit the Titans and honor Daniel Vital A great win for the Keansburg Titans over Sussex Tech sparked by Daniel Vital gave the Titans QB a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball. Click above to watch the presentation from head coach John Bird and thanks to all who voted! [totalpoll id=”9576″] An awesome Game Ball ceremony in Little Silver as center/long snapper Kevin Laughlin handled the presentation and delivered the Game Balls to Stephen Navitsky and Chris Outterbridge who won Top Play for Week Six. [totalpoll id=”9575″] Watch all the Top Play nominees captured by SSZ cameras in Week Six. Every Sunday, we post the Top Play and Top Performer nominees. Thanks to all the Shore Conference football programs for giving us such a high quality of highlights to choose from! Monmouth Building Center supports athletes all across the Jersey Shore with Game Balls in fall, winter and spring. Thanks to their support, we are able to honor so many great male and female athletes all year round! Thanks to Monmouth Building Center, we’ll be throwing out T-Shirts all year long at big games in Monmouth and Ocean County. We’ll be back this Sunday with more high school football nominees – cast your vote and the winners will receive Game Balls!
19. Oct 2016
Saint Rose gets Whalen to 100 win mark
SSZ has highlights of Saint Rose closing the regular season with a 79-30 win over Keansburg giving Purple Roses coach Joe Whalen his 100th win at the Belmar school Saint Rose 79 Keansburg 30 Lucy Thomas had 18 points and 11 rebounds in limited duty to lead a dominant Purple Roses effort that closed out a perfect 14-0 record in “B” Central play. Head coach Joe Whalen reached 100 wins in just four seasons. The Purple Roses girls basketball coach has an impressive 100-15 record in his four years at Saint Rose. Watch the highlights and post-game reaction: Saint Rose is the #7 seed in South Non-Public “B” and will host Roselle Catholic on March 1st as they look to defend their state title. Click HERE to see the entire matchups of Shore Conference girls basketball teams in the post-season. Thanks to Manasquan Bank and Jersey Shore Institute of Health and Wellness for sponsoring our Saint Rose coverage. Because of these two great businesses, we’ll be showing plenty of Saint Rose post-season action!
11. Feb 2016
Keansburg’s Walters earns Game Ball for 1K
We brought a Monmouth Building Center Game Ball to the Keansburg Lady Titans and recent 1,000 point scorer Stephanie Walters. See the presentation along with highlights of Keansburg’s 46-29 win over Point Pleasant Beach Keansburg 46 Point Pleasant Beach 29 Stephanie Walters scored 24 points and was the catalyst of a 12-0 4th quarter for the Lady Titans who are now 9-7 on the season. Walters missed most of the third quarter in foul trouble, but she came on in the 4th and dominated the game. After the victory, we presented Stephanie with her Monmouth Building Center Game Ball to celebrate her 1000th career point scored last week: A special thanks to Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury for supporting high school athletes in Monmouth and Ocean County. Coming up later this week, we’ll bring a Game Ball to Shavr Reynolds at Manchester High School.
4. Feb 2016
SSZ Saturday Week Three Scoreboard
Shore Sports Zone’s Saturday Highlights Show is posted! We’ve got highlights of all seven Saturday matchups in the Shore Conference including Ja’Sir Taylor’s 2 TD night for the Brick Township Green Dragons. SSZ has highlights of all seven games on the Saturday Shore Conference menu – click above to watch it all! Week 3 Saturday Scores Rumson-Fair Haven27 Monmouth Regional0FINAL Point Pleasant Beach7 Keyport21FINAL Middletown North20 Freehold Boro26FINAL Holmdel12 Manasquan27FINAL Brick Memorial48 Lacey0FINAL Shore Regional46 Keansburg6FINAL Brick Township28 Toms River East0FINAL SSZ Friday Highlights Show Watch extended highlights from eight great games on our Friday menu and we have all the scores from across the Jersey Shore: Week 3 Friday Scores Mater Dei Prep19 Asbury Park42FINAL Freehold Township21 Howell14FINAL Jackson Memorial42 Southern0FINAL Raritan40 Matawan3FINAL Long Branch14 Wall24FINAL Saint John Vianney49 Central6FINAL Bishop Ahr6 Point Pleasant Boro14FINAL Toms River South20 Toms River North55FINAL Red Bank Catholic35 Neptune0FINAL Marlboro14 Middletown South49FINAL Manalapan47 Sayreville21FINAL Lakewood20 Manchester13FINAL Red Bank Regional16 Ocean Township6FINAL Jackson Liberty20 Barnegat17FINAL Colts Neck13 Woodbridge41FINAL Red Bank Regional’s Sadiq Palmer and Jack Navitsky won Top Play for Week Two and earned Monmouth Building Center Game Balls Monmouth Building Center Game Ball Voting on Sunday Coming up on Sunday, we will bring you the top plays captured by our camera as well as the top performances from week three. Voting runs through Tuesday at 9:00 pm and we’ll stop by practice mid-week to honor two more great athletes with Monmouth Building Center Game Balls!
26. Sep 2015
Keansburg 2015 Preview
John Bird takes the helm of the Titans in 2015 – we talk with QB Ian Terry and company looking ahead to the upcoming season at Keansburg Keansburg 2015 Schedule DateOpponentLocationTime/ResultRecord/VideoSaturday, 12 SepMater DeiHome0-350-1 / VIDEOFriday, 18 SepHighland ParkAway20-410-2Saturday, 26 SepShore RegionalHome6-460-3 / VIDEOSaturday, 3 OctSouth RiverAway18-131-3Saturday, 10 OctMetuchenHome0-331-4Saturday, 17 OctPoint Pleasant BeachHome21-491-5 / VIDEOSaturday, 24 OctMiddlesexAway20-401-6Friday, 30 OctAsbury ParkAway0-401-7 / VIDEOSaturday, 7 NovKeyportAway12-351-8 / VIDEOSaturday, 14 NovSouth RiverHome14-331-9 Keansburg 2014 Schedule and Results DateOpponentLocationTime/ResultRecord/VideoSaturday, 13 SepMater DeiAway6-430-1 | VIDEOSaturday, 20 SepHighlandHome22-201-1Friday, 26 SepShore RegionalAway6-441-2Saturday, 4 OctSouth RiverHome16-22 (OT)1-3 | VIDEOSaturday, 11 OctMetuchenAway8-621-4Friday, 17 OctPoint Pleasant BeachAway7-391-5Saturday, 25 OctMiddlesexHome0-261-6Saturday, 1 NovAsbury ParkHome6-81-7Saturday, 8 NovKeyportHome20-251-8 | VIDEOSaturday, 15 NovManvilleAway32-411-9 SSZ 2015 Football Preview Schedule Click here to see our full schedule of previews
21. Aug 2015
Two Shore wrestlers win it all in AC
SSZ has highlights and reaction from Brick Memorial’s Alec Donovan winning at 145 pounds and a dramatic overtime win for Keansburg’s Tyree Sutton ATLANTIC CITY – Two Shore Conference wrestlers won individual state championships at Boardwalk Hall. Congratulations to Brick Memorial’s Alec Donovan (145 pounds) and Keansburg’s Tyree Sutton (195 pounds). See the story on the Titans first state champ on the mat and a stellar meet for Brick Memorial below in addition to all the medalists from the Shore Conference. Shore Conference wrestlers who won medals at the state wrestling championships 106 pounds Richie Koehler, CBA – 6th place 113 pounds Gianni Ghione, Brick Memorial – 2nd place Sebastian Rivera, CBA – 5th place 120 pounds Owen McClave, Toms River South – 5th place 126 pounds Michael Russo, Jackson Liberty – 6th place 132 pounds Marcus Imama, Rumson-Fair Haven – 8th place 145 pounds Alec Donovan, Brick Memorial – 1st place Click HERE to see SSZ’s Nutrishop Spotlight on Alec Donovan Thomas Poklikuha, Pinelands – 3rd place 152 pounds Matt Wilhelm, Southern Regional – 3rd place Jake Kaminsky, Manalapan – 7th place 160 pounds Cliff Ruggiero, Brick Memorial – 2nd place Willie Scott, Brick Township – 6th place 170 pounds Kyle Wojtaszek, Brick Township – 3rd place 182 pounds Dean Sherry, Brick Township – 3rd place Joe Salvato, Toms River South – 8th place 195 pounds Tyree Sutton, Keansburg – 1st place Joseph McKenzie, Wall – 5th place 220 pounds Michael Siweic, Toms River North – 7th place 285 pounds Nick Rivera, Brick Memorial – 2nd place Brody Graham, Jackson Memorial – 3rd place
8. Mar 2015
Watch 8 games from Tuesday hoops menu!
SSZ has a big Tuesday nights highlight show with eight games including milestones for Saint Rose’s Jess Louro, Neptune’s Marajiah Bacon and Manasquan’s Marina Mabrey SSZ has highlights of eight Tuesday night games highlighted by three milestones from girls basketball players * Jess Louro of Saint Rose hit the 1000 point mark – we’ll show you the bucket and celebration * Neptune’s Marajiah Bacon piled up 28 points including 1000 – we’ve got the three pointer and the celebration Neptune’s Marajiah Bacon celebrates her 1000th career point * Manasquan’s Marina Mabrey reached the 2,000 point plateau – we’ll show you some of her second quarter three pointers after she reached the landmark * We’ve got highlights of the Middletown North/Middletown South hoops doubleheader with the schools gaining a split * RBC and RBR go to overtime – we’ve got all the highlights and post-game reaction * Wall boys have made it eight in a row – we’ll show you the Crimson Knights win over Wall and post-game reaction SSZ Honor Roll – Top Boys Performances from Tuesday, January 20th 1. Amir Tyler, Lakewood – 29 points in a 76-43 win over Manchester 2. Tymere Berry, Toms River South – 28 points in a 70-66 win over Toms River East 2. Aaron Schiederman, Brick Memorial – 28 points in a 67-52 win over Brick Township 4. Chris Iapicco, Lacey – 27 points in a 65-41 loss to Southern 5. Jack Laffey, CBA – 25 points in a 77-59 win over Howell 6. Dan Largey, Shore Regional – 23 points in a 55-32 win against Holmdel 7. Khaleel Greene, Toms River South – 22 points in a 70-66 win over TRE 7. Ty’Suan White, Mater Dei Prep – 22 points in a 58-42 win over Asbury Park 9. Mike Rice, Point Pleasant Beach – 21 points in a 51-45 win against Henry Hudson 9. Pat Andree, CBA – 21 points in a 77-59 win over Howell SSZ Honor Roll – Girls Basketball for Tuesday, January 20th 1. Marajiah Bacon, Neptune – 28 points in a 75-54 win against Long Branch 2. Samantha Farmaluke, Freehold Township – 27 points in a 77-52 win over Manalapan 3. Marina Mabrey, Manasquan – 21 points in a 67-15 win at home over Raritan Vote for iPlayAmerica Game of the Week Voting is open through Thursday at 4:00 pm. We have three matchups in boys basketball, girls basketball and hockey. The game with the most votes gets extended highlights and post-game coverage and SSZ T-Shirts thrown to the crowd. Click HERE to cast your vote!
21. Jan 2015