JSZ bring you action from the Bergen County Jamboree semifinals and the Shore Conference Tournament. Check back throughout the night as the highlights are posted!
Ramapo 69 Bergen Catholic 57 | Boys | Bergen County Jamboree Semifinal
The Raiders used a barrage of three-pointers to build a 16-point lead heading into the fourth and held off the Crusaders to advance to the Bergen Jamboree title game. Wyatt Eglinton-Manner and Chris Cervino both finished with a game-high 21 points in the victory. Princeton commit Peyton Seals added 20 points for third-seeded Ramapo (18-7). Naiim Parrish went for a team-high 14 points to lead a balanced attack from second-seeded Bergen Catholic (19-7).
JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights and reaction from Hackensack High School:
Don Bosco Prep 63 Northern Highlands 49 | Boys | Bergen County Jamboree Semifinal
(1) Don Bosco (21-3) advanced to their third consecutive Bergen County Jamboree Final with a 63-49 win over (5) Northern Highlands (17-6) behind a 31 point performance from 5 star Rutgers commit Dylan Harper. The Ironmen trailed 29-28 entering halftime following five three pointers from junior Lucas Dipasupil. Harper exploding in the second half gave Bosco a lead to start the third quarter and made it 43-37 entering the fourth. Dipasupil ended his after noon with 26 points and eight three pointers. Don Bosco advances to take on (3) Ramapo.
JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights from Hackensack:
St. Rose 61 Rumson-Fair Haven 35 | Boys | Shore Conference Tournament Quarterfinal
Gio Panzini had 16 points and the Hodge brothers (Matt and Jayden) each scored 11 as the #1 ranked team in New Jersey cruised into the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and a matchup with CBA this Wednesday.
JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Middletown:
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Manasquan 44 St. Rose 43 | Girls | Shore Conference Tournament Quarterfinal
Hope Masonius worked through two defenders and banked home a shot with 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give Manasquan a big win against their archrival to earn a spot in the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals. Masonius and Saint Rose sophomore Jada Lynch had a great back and forth battle in the second half between two state ranked teams. Lynch had 23 points to lead all scorers and gave the Purple Roses a 43-41 lead thanks to a corner three-pointer with 1:09 left in regulation but fouled out on the next possession. Masonius and Katie Collins led the Warriors with 13 points each. Manasquan will face top seed RBC in the semifinals.
JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and post-game reaction from Middletown South: