Watch Saturday 12.29 JSZ Basketball Highlights

We’ve got three Saturday holiday tournament championships from Gill St. Bernard’s, Matawan and the John Wall Invitational in Raleigh plus a semifinal showdown between Middletown South and Red Bank Catholic at the WOBM Christmas Classic.

Gill St. Bernard’s 76 Montclair Immaculate 53 – Jingle Bells Jubilee

Paul Mulcahy is on an absolute tear. The Class of 2019 Rutgers commit couldn’t be off to a better start in his senior season after opening the year averaging a triple-double (20-10-10) through eight games. Mulcahy led the charge for his Gill St. Bernard’s Knights as they routed Montclair Immaculate in Paterson. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights from Don Bosco Tech Academy:

Ranney 63 South Central (NC) 58 – John Wall Invitational

Bryan Antoine scored 24 points including his 2000th career point and Scottie Lewis added 23 as the Panthers outscored South Central and North Carolina commit Day’Ron Sharpe 22-15 in the 4th quarter to win the TJ Warren division of the John Wall Invitational. JSZ has the highlights from Raleigh, North Carolina:

Matawan 52 Old Bridge 50 (OT) – Husky Holiday Classic

John Beukers blocked three straight shots in overtime and Ethan Okelo scored the game’s only basket in the extra session to give the host school the Husky Holiday Classic title and handing Old Bridge their first loss of the season. Beukers finished with 11 points, 16 rebounds and 7 blocked shots. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from Matawan:

Red Bank Catholic 75 Middletown South 59 – WOBM Christmas Classic Semifinal

Red Bank Catholic defeated Middletown South in the WOBM Christmas Classic Semifinal on Saturday night. The Caseys advanced to tomorrow night’s final and will take on Marlboro. RBC’s John Duffy played an incredible game, scoring 26 points. JSZ’s Madison Bess was in Toms River with the story as well as post-game reactions from Red Bank Catholic:

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Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Middletown South is made possible by Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury!