Girls Basketball Shootout
All teams are from New Jersey, except where indicated.
Friday, February 16, 2007
3:30pm ----- St. Joseph 75, Vineland 37
St. Joe senior Monica Maher made 13 of 29 shots, including five three-pointers,
and hit 10 of 12 free throws to score 41 points, a new Shootout record. The old
mark was 39 by Kristen "Ace" Clement of Cardinal O'Hara in 1997. Laura Idell had
nine points and 12 rebounds. Sophomore Charity Harris scored 20 for Vineland.
5:15pm ----- Sacred Heart 69, Egg Harbor Township 44
Sophomore Ashley Durham scored 21 points and had four assists, junior Julia
Savelyeva had 14 points & 11 rebounds and junior Kaity Lent had 14 points, six
steals five assists. Tinysia Rassman scored 15 and grabbed 9 boards for EHT.
7:00pm ----- Atlantic City 47, Holy Spirit 41
Freshman Tiana Cannon had 16 points and 15 rebounds, continuing a family tradition.
Her older sister, Tasha, had three double-doubles and a triple double in The
Shootout. Ashley Ingram had 10 points, 10 boards and 5 assists with Aliyah
Montague getting 12 points, including the 1,000th of her career. Chelsi Johnson
scored 19 for Spirit.
Saturday, February 17, 2007
12:00n ------ Cumberland 35, Wildwood Catholic 32
Keyona Grant had 12 points, 11 rebounds and 7 steals for the Colts. Lauren Wuzzardo
added 11 points and 7 steals. Junior Sally O'Donnell had 10 points & 11 boards for the
1:45pm ----- Gloucester Catholic 42, Oakcrest 29
Junior Dominca Navone had 12 points & 7 rebounds for the Rams. Oakcrest got 7 points,
5 rebounds & 5 steals from junior Shadai Hill.
3:30pm ----- Wildwood 34, Lower Cape May 30
The Warriors became the third straight Tri-County Conference team to win on this day,
getting 12 points from junior Shakyrah Bishop and 11 from Whitney Dozier. Junior Latifah
McNeal grabbed 16 boards for Wildwood. Stephanie Agger led the Tigers with 16 points & 8
5:15pm ----- Ocean City 49, Bishop Eustace 32
The Raiders won their 15th straight, paced by 12 points & 5 assists by junior Nancy
White. Danielle Brady had 9 points and 11 rebounds. Stephanie Browne scored 10 for
7:00pm ----- Absegami 77, Woodrow Wilson 74 OT
Gami junior Tara Booker nailed a turn-around three-pointer in the final minute of
regulation that sent the game into overtime. Sophomore Dana Keister scored with an
offensive rebound in overtime to put the Braves ahead for good. Booker finished with
36 points & 20 rebounds while 6-5 junior Sara Mostafa added 24 points & 19 rebounds.
Deree Fooks and Ashley Thompson each scored 24 for Wilson. There were some startling
statistics in this battle between defending South Jersey champions. Gami had a 60-36
advantage off the boards but Wilson forced 31 turnovers by the Braves while committing
Sunday, February 18, 2007
12:00n ------ Lenape 48, Our Lady of Mercy 43 OT
Danielle Woll started the overtime by scoring her only three points of the game and
Lenape never trailed again. Christina Foggie (16 points) made a free throw with
one-tenth of a second left to send the game into overtime. Ashley Hardcastle had
10 points & 10 rebounds for the Indians. Jen Evans had 16 points and 11 boards for OLMA.
1:45pm ----- Pleasantville 50, Mainland 38
The Greyhounds took a 17-7 advantage in the 1st quarter and never trailed. Aminah Davis
scored 20 points with Ashley White getting 11 points and 15 boards. Christine Wooding
had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Mustangs.
3:30pm ----- St. Peter's NY 58, Camden Catholic 51
St. Peter's rallied with a 20-11 advantage in the fourth quarter to win. Candice
Bellocchio had 12 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists. Christine Matera scored 14 and
Jasmine Crew 13 for the Irish.
5:15pm ----- Christ the King NY 57, Holy Spirit 46
All-American Lorin Dixon only scored six points for Nationally-ranked Christ The King
but Sky Lindsey paced three double figure scorers with 16, including her 1,000th career
point. Chelsi Johnson had 18 points and 16 rebounds for Spirit.
7:00pm ----- Trenton Central 55, Bloomfield Tech 46
The Tornadoes had three double-doubles in the game - by Cintella Spotwood (18 points/10 rebounds),
Torrie Childs (12/10) and Tracey Parson (10/11). Joynce Hollins had 18 points and 16
boards for Bloomfield Tech.
Monday, February 19, 2007
12:00n ------ St. Francis Prep NY 43, Gloucester Catholic 37
Freshman Joanna Verouhis scored 13 points to pace St. Francis, which used a 28-17 advantage
in the second half. Megan Shaunessy scored 12 for the Rams.
1:45pm ----- Bishop Kearney NY 46, Moorestown 43
Maria Laterza had 22 points and 9 rebounds for Kearney, which rallied, 19-11, in the
fourth quarter. Julie McGrory had 13 points and 8 boards for the Quakers.
3:30pm ----- St. Peter's NY 60, Willingboro 45
Megan Maboney scored 23 points and Candice Bellocchio added 22 for St. Peter's.
Tiffany Crews had 17 points and 18 rebounds for Willingboro.
5:15pm ----- Trenton Catholic 38, St. John Villa NY 30
Jasmyra Saunders scored 21 points for TCA, which rallied, 16-7, in the fourth quarter.
Jackie Tropiano had 9 points and 9 boards for Villa.
7:00pm ----- Malcolm X. Shabazz 51, Absegami 40
Iasia Hemingway had 25 points and 11 rebounds for the defending New Jersey champs. Tara
Booker had 13 points and 16 boards for Gami.
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