Conference Teams Combine For Over .500 Record Entering Final Stage Of Season
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ–On Monday, state tournament play began for 25 of the 31 teams in the Greater Middlesex Conference that qualified for the various tourneys categorized by school enrollment. As of the end of play, Wednesday night, the GMC has gone 9-9 against teams outside Middlesex County in state tourney play.
Entering the state tournament season, the 31 teams in the GMC had combined for an 82-76 record during the regular season against teams from other conferences. The conference is now 91-85, and has gone 22-16 since dropping to .500 in the middle of February. It has been an up and down, and streaky season for GMC schools against non-conference foes. The GMC began the year with 8 wins in its first 9 games, and then was clobbered over the holidays.
From that point on, the GMC schools have been on a roller coaster ride against teams outside of Middlesex County. For the most part though, the conference has held its own against many of the conferences in the Central Jersey area. Entering play on Thursday, the GMC is 4-3 against the Colonial Valley Conference, 23-22 versus the Skyland Conference, 10-10 against the Union County Conference, and 16-19 versus the Shore Conference. While the conference has not been dominant against schools from these other conferences, it has been able to hold its own.
A couple conferences that have done fairly well against the GMC this year have been the Burlington County Scholastic League, which has won 5 of 8 games against GMC schools, and the Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic Association, which has won 6 of 9 against the GMC. Breaking down the 91-85 GMC non-conference record by division: The Gold is 32-19. The Red is 27-21. Blue Division is 20-17 while the White has struggled at 12-28. Teams that have done well against non-conference schools this season are: Perth Amboy Tech (8-1), St. Joseph’s (7-2), South River (7-3), East Brunswick Tech (6-2), Dunellen (4-0), Old Bridge (5-2), East Brunswick (5-2), Middlesex (3-0), Piscataway Tech (4-2), and Spotswood (3-1).
Here are video highlights from the final 18 minutes of action in the game between J.F. Kennedy and Cardinal McCarrick on Senior Night at McCarrick. Trailing 20-9 at the half, the Eagles got 16 second half points including three treys from junior Sky Harris, 11 points including three treys from junior Aaron Lewis, and 6 points from freshman Nick Krimin including the game winner with 6.2 seconds left for the 44-43 win. Kyle Alvarez led Kennedy with 14 points while Omar Reyes chipped in with 10.
SOUTH AMBOY, NJ–On Tuesday night, GMC Hoops traveled over to Cardinal McCarrick one last time for Senior Night, and a regular season GMC crossover contest with J.F. Kennedy. The Eagles fell behind 20-9 at the half as Kennedy’s Kyle Alvarez had two field goals and two threes for 10 points.
However, the Eagles, led by Sky Harris’ 13 points, roared back in the third with a 20-11 surge in the third to tie the score at 26-26 before Kennedy ended the period on a 5-3 run for a 31-29 lead heading into the fourth. In the final period Aaron Lewis and Nick Krimin each had six points with Krimin netting the game winner with 6.2 seconds left for the 44-43 win. Below are game notes from the contest.
Kyle Alvarez sank three field goals including a three pointer for 7 points to help the Mustangs jump out to a 13-4 lead. McCarrick only had one field goal in the quarter as Tavian Chukwuani and Jaquantee Madden accounted for the only Eagle scoring with two points each.
J.F. Kennedy First Quarter Scoring
Kyle Alvarez–3 PTR and 2 FGs for 7 points
Stepp Ozigbe–FG for 2 points
Joe Duffy–FG for 2 points
Pete Fiore–FG for 2 points
J.F. Kennedy total scoring–5 FG and a 3 PTR for 13 points
Cardinal McCarrick First Quarter Scoring
Tavian Chukwuani–FG for 2 points
Jaquantee Madden–2 of 2 FTs for 2 points
McCarrick total scoring–FG and 2 of 2 FTs for 4 points
The Mustangs outscored McCarrick by a 7-5 margin for an 11 point lead at half as Alvarez sank hits second three, and Zach Buchholz added a late second quarter score on top of two free throws by Joe Duffy.
2:00–arrive–J.F. Kennedy leading 18-9.
1:37–JFK scores on follow for a 20-9 lead.
both teams have chances to score in the final minute, but are unable to. JFK leads 20-9 at half.
J.F. Kennedy Scoring First Half
Alvarez–2FG and 2 3’s for 10 points.
Duffy–FG and 2 of 4 FTs for 4 points
Ogzibe–FG for 2 points
Fiore–FG for 2 points
Buchholz–FG for 2 points
Reyes–0 of 2 FTs
J.F. Kennedy total scoring–6 FGs, 2 3s, and 2 of 6 FTs for 20 points
Cardinal McCarrick First Half
Chukwuani–2 FGs and 1 of 2 FTs for 5 points.
Harris–FG for 2 points
Madden–2 of 2 FTs for 2 points
McCarrick total scoring–3 FGs and 3 of 4 FTs for 9 points
7:41–CM–Aaron Lewis scores on breakaway layin for a 20-11 JFK lead.
7:05–CM–Sky Harris fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 20-12 JFK lead.
6:32–CM–Harris blocks shot by Joe Duffy.
6:25–JFK–Omar Reyes scores on putback for a 22-12 lead.
5:23–CM–Harris scores on floater for a 22-14 JFK lead.
5:12–JFK–timeout follows CM layup off steal by Tavian Chukwuani for a 22-16 JFK lead.
4:45–JFK–Kyle Alvarez swipes steal and goes in for layup and a 24-16 lead.
4:30–CM–Harris drives leeft baseline for floater, and a 24-18 JFK lead.
4:00–JFK–Joe Duffy nice feed to Reyes for layup and a 26-18 lead.
3:13–CM–Harris fires in three pointer from right wing for a 26-21 lead.
2:22–CM–Lewis fires in three from right side of the key for a 26-24 JFK lead.
1:50–JFK–timeout after transition layup by Harris for a 26-26 lead.
1:00–JFK–Stepp Ozigbe nice no look pass to Reyes for layup and a 28-26 lead.
35.0–JFK–Zach Buchholz fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 29-26 lead.
20.0–CM–Harris hits three from left wing for a 29-29 tie.
7.4–JFK–Ozigbe–fouled–makes both FTs for a 31-29 lead.
0.0–CM–Lewis hits front of the rim on three attempt from right wing as time expires–JFK up 31-29 after three.
J.F. Kennedy Third Quarter Scoring
Omar Reyes–3 FGs for 6 points
Kyle Alvarez–FG for 2 points
Stepp Ozigbe–2 of 2 FTs for 2 points
Zach Buchholz–1 of 2 FTs for a point
J.F. Kennedy total scoring–4 FG and 3 of 4 FTs for 11 points
Cardinal McCarrick Third Quarter Scoring
Sky Harris–3 FGs, 2 3s, and 1 of 2 FTs for 13 points
Aaron Lewis–FG and a 3 PTR for 5 points
Tavian Chukwuani–FG for 2 points
McCarrick total scoring–5 FG, 3 3s, and 1 of 2 FTs for 20 points
7:09–CM–Harris hits three from right side of the key for a 32-31 lead.
6:50–JFK–Ozigbe–hits foul line jumper for a 33-32 lead.
6:17–JFK–Reyes scores on follow for a 35-32 lead.
5:34–CM–Lewis hits three as he is fouled–missed two bonus FTs–either a technical or flagrant called. Tie score at 35-35.
4:55–CM–Krimin scores on layup from right low block for a 37-35 lead.
3:45–JFK–Buchholz basket for a 37-37 tie.
3:00–CM–Krimin scores on layup from right low block for a 39-37 lead.
2:35–JFK–Reyes scores on layup for a 39-39 tie.
2:23–CM–Lewis fires in three from deep on right wing for a 42-39 lead.
1:16–JFK–Alvarez kicks out to Duffy for mid-range jumper from right side and a 42-41 CM lead.
1:15–JFK–30 sec timeout.
1:14–CM–fouled on floor.
1:02–CM–fouled on floor.
53.9–CM–fouled on floor.
46.8–CM–Chukwuani–fouled–CM in bonus–misses front end of one and one.
39.8–CM–forces jump ball–JFK possession.
21.9–JFK–Alvarez hits pull-up jumper from left elbow for a 43-42 lead.
13.1–JFK–deflects ball out of bounds.
6.2–CM–Krimin scores on follow for a 44-43 lead.
4.9–JFK–timeout.–Kennedy out of timeouts.
0.0–JFK–Alvarez shoots leaner from right side–hits off backboard, and rim as time expires. CM wins 44-43.
J.F. Kennedy Fourth Quarter Scoring
Omar Reyes–2 FGs for 4 points
Kyle Alvarez–FG for 2 points
Stepp Ozigbe–FG for 2 points
Zach Buchholz–FG for 2 points
Joe Duffy–FG for 2 points
J.F. Kennedy total scoring–6 FGs for 12 points
Cardinal McCarrick Fourth Quarter Scoring
Nick Krimin–3 FGs for 6 points
Aaron Lewis–2 3s and 0 of 2 FTs for 6 points
Sky Harris–3 PTR for 3 points
Tavian Chukwuani–0 of 1 FTs–0 points
J.F. Kennedy Game Scoring
Kyle Alvarez–4 FGs and 2 3s for 14 points
Omar Reyes–5 FGs and 0 of 2 FTs for 10 points
Joe Duffy–2 FG and 2 of 4 FTs for 6 points
Stepp Ozigbe–2 FGs and 2 of 2 FTs for 6 points
Zach Buchholz–2 FG and 1 of 2 FTs for 5 points
Pete Fiore–FG for 2 points
J.F. Kennedy total game scoring–16 FGs, 2 3s, and 5 of 10 FTs for 43 points
Cardinal McCarrick Game Scoring
Sky Harris–4 FGs, 3 3s, and 1 of 2 FTs for 18 points
Aaron Lewis–FG and 3 3s and 0 of 2 FTs for 11 points
Tavian Chukwuani–3 FGs and 1 of 3 FTs for 7 points
Nick Krimin–3 FGs for 6 points
Jaquantee Madden–2 of 2 FTs for 2 points
McCarrick total game scoring–11 FGs, 6 3s, and 4 of 9 FTs for 44 points
Here are video highlights from the regular season non-conference game between St. John Vianney of Holmdel and the Shore Conference, and Cardinal McCarrick. Cardy Mac got off to a difficult start by falling behind 12-2 in the first six plus minutes of the game. However, behind the hot shooting of junior Sky Harris, the Eagles battled back to tie the game on several occasions late in the second period, and actually took the lead on several occasions in the early part of the third period. In the end though, McCarrick came up short as Vianney put together a decisive 11-0 spurt over a span of just 2:06 to turn a 37-34 deficit into a 45-37 lead. The Lancers didn’t let the Eagles get any closer than four points the rest of the way in a 66-57 win. Harris ended up with a game high 31 points including seven threes for McCarrick while Vinny Facchio led Vianney with 24 points including six threes.
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Lancers Win To Spoil 31 Point Performance By McCarrick’s Harris, 66-57
SOUTH AMBOY, NJ–After watching the last of the GMCT Round of 16 contests at North Brunswick this afternoon, GMC Hoops took in one of only two regular season games on the schedule this Friday night. The site traveled over to Cardinal McCarrick to take in the Eagles contest against St. John Vianney of Holmdel. It was the first time this season, GMC Hoops took in a McCarrick home game.
The home team got off to a difficult start by falling behind 12-2 in the first six plus minutes of the game. However, behind the hot shooting of junior Sky Harris, the Eagles battled back to tie the game on several occasions late in the second period, and actually took the lead on several occasions in the early part of the third period. In the end though, McCarrick came up short as Vianney put together a decisive 11-0 spurt over a span of just 2:06 to turn a 37-34 deficit into a 45-37 lead. The Lancers didn’t let the Eagles get any closer than four points the rest of the way in a 66-57 win.
Harris was en fuego in this contest with a game high 31 points including seven threes. Five of those treys came in the first half alone. Harris also recorded a double-double by pulling down 14 boards. Fellow junior, Aaron Lewis chipped in with 11 points including three treys. Two of those threes came in the third quarter to give McCarrick a 32-30 and 35-34 lead. Jaquantee Madden came off the bench and added 9 points, 6 rebounds, an assist, steal, and 3 major league swats for shot blocks. Nick Krimin (2 points, 3 rebounds, and a block), Michael Vick (2 points and 3 assists), and Sean Mcrae (2 points and 2 rebounds) also got into the scorebook for the Eagles.
Anthony Manning, who played at McCarrick last year before transferring to Sayreville at the start of this school year, returned to South Amboy recently, and was in the lineup. Manning ended up with two rebounds and a steal. St. John Vianney had three players score in double figures including Vinny Facchio, who had a team high 24 points including six threes, Ray Gabeau, who added 14 points, and Julanee Prince, who chipped in with 13. Both teams combined for 18 three pointers in the game with McCarrick outscoring Vianney 30-24 from beyond the arc. The Lancers enjoyed an 8-3 edge at the line while also having more two point field goals (17-12).
There were 7 lead changes and 5 ties in the contest with neither team having a lead bigger than 13 points. Vianney’s biggest edge was 56-43 with 6:25 remaining in the game while McCarrick’s biggest lead was only three at 37-34 with 4:43 to go in the third. So, the Lancers actually outscored the Eagles by a margin of 22-6 over a span of 6:18 to take control of the game. Cardinal McCarrick tried to climb back into the game again with a 11-2 tear over a span of 3:12 as Harris, who had his last two threes of the game in the fourth, scored 7 points while Madden and Vick added two each. However, St. John Vianney sealed the win with seven unanswered points in just 1:23.
This game did live up to my expectations. I figured it would be a good game to see since both teams had comparable records. It was competitive throughout. Despite the difficult season at McCarrick, the Eagles battled until the end. With the win, Vianney improved to 10-13 on the season while McCarrick fell to 6-19. The Eagles will likely wrap up the season on Tuesday night with a contest at home against J.F. Kennedy. It will also be senior night at McCarrick.
SOUTH AMBOY, NJ–On Friday night, Cardinal McCarrick played host to St. John Vianney of Holmdel in a non-conference regular season matchup. The Eagles fell behind 12-2 in the first period, but rallied to tie the score three times in the second period, and actually took the lead on a couple of occasions in the third before Vianney went on an 11-0 run over a 2:06 span to take the lead for good at 45-37 en route to a 66-57 win over the Eagles. Sky Harris put on a fine display of three point shooting in a losing cause. Below are game notes from the contest.
6:00–SJV–after CM opened the game with a putback by Sky Harris for a 2-0 lead the Lancers responded with a three pointer, 1 of 3 FTs, and a layyp for a 6-2 lead.
3:03–SJV–three pointer from left wing for a 9-2 lead.
2:30–SJV–fouled–makes 1of 2 FTs for a 10-2 lead.
1:54–SJV–layup from right low block for a 12-2 lead.
1:25–CM–Harris three pointer from right wing for a 12-5 lead.
52.6–SJV–layup for a 14-5 lead.
0:00–SJV–misses three from left side of the key at the buzzer.
7:43–CM–Harris three pointer right side for a 14-8 SJV lead.
7:28–CM–Nick Krimin blocks shot out of bounds.
7:08–SJV–three pointer from top of the key for a 17-8 lead.
6:53–CM–basket for a 17-10 SJV lead.
6:26–SJV–transition layup from right side for a 19-10 lead.
6:12–CM–Harris three pointer from right wing for a 19-13 SJV lead.
5:45–CM–Aaron Lewis three pointer from top of the key for 19-16 SJV lead–SJV timeout.
5:25–SJV–layup for a 21-16 lead.
5:18–CM–Harris drains three from right side for a 21-19 SJV lead.
4:58–CM–Harris scores on breakaway layup for a 21-21 tie.
3:55–SJV–layup for a 23-21 lead.
3:05–SJV–knocks in three from left corner over outstretched hand of Jaquantee Madden for a 26-21 lead.
2:22–CM–Harris nets another three from right wing for a 26-24 lead.
1:54–CM–Harris scores on layup for a 26-26 tie.
1:37–SJV–fouled–makes both FTs for a 28-26 lead.
54.8–CM–Madden scores first points of game on a jump hook from left lane for a 28-28 tie.
4.0–CM–Harris comes up short on three pointer from left wing.
0.0–SJV–misses shot from right wing as time runs out–28-28 tie.
7:45–CM–Madden fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 29-28 lead.
7:30–SJV–basket for a 30-29 lead.
7:09–CM–Aaron Lewis drains three from left side of key for a 32-30 lead.
6:52–CM–Madden swats away shot.
6:37–SJV–layup for a 32-32 tie.
6:28–CM–Madden swats away another shot.
6:19–SJV–layup for a 34-32 lead.
5:44–CM–Harris skip pass to Lewis for three pointer and a 35-34 lead.
4:43–CM–Madden dishes to Sean McRae for a layup and a 37-34 lead.
4:12–SJV–pulls up for jumper from right side for a 37-36 CM lead.
3:42–SJV–cashes in on three offensive rebounds and hit a three pointer from right side for a 39-37 lead.
3:03–SJV–three pointer for a 42-37 lead.
2:37–SJV–three pointer from right corner for a 45-37 lead.
1:31–CM–Madden scores on transition layup for a 45-39 SJV lead.
1:01–CM–Madden swats away another shot.
55.8–CM–Lewis layup from left low lane for a 45-41 SJV lead.
20.7–SJV–basket and the foul–misses bonus FT for a 47-41 lead.
1.0–SJV–layup from left low block for a 49-41 lead after three.
7:30–CM–Krimin layup for a 49-43 SJV lead.
6:55–SJV–three pointer from left side for a 52-43 lead.
6:39–SJV–layup for a 54-43 lead.
6:25–CM–full timeout–follows layup by SJV for a 56-43 lead.
6:13–SJV–technical foul–CM–Harris–makes both FTs for a 56-45 SJV lead.
6:01–CM–Harris hits floater from left low block for a 56-47 SJV lead.
5:42–SJV–three sec violation.
5:32–SJV–fouled–Anthony Manning fouls out–SJV makes both FTs for a 58-47 lead.
5:09–CM–Madden scores on putback of Harris miss for a 58-49 SJV lead.
3:52–CM–Harris hits rainbow three from left corner for a 58-52 SJV lead.
3:13–CM–Michael Vick scores on layup from right side for a 58-54 SJV lead.
2:21–SJV–basket for a 60-54 lead.
2:02–SJV–layup from left side for a 62-54 lead.
1:38–SJV–layup from the right side for a 64-54 lead.
58.7–SJV–fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 65-54 lead.
43.0–CM–Harris three pointer from right side for a 65-57 SJV lead.
28.0–SJV–fouled–missed front end of one and one.
17.9–SJV–fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 66-57 lead–gets offensive rebound.
0.0–SJV–runs out the clock for a 66-57 win.
Crusaders Fire On All Pistons In 88-57 Rout Of Eagles
BOUND BROOK, NJ–In one of several nightcaps to a fantastic day of basketball between teams from the Greater Middlesex Conference and teams from the Skyland Conference, Cardinal McCarrick took on Bound Brook. If this game was played last year, it may have been one of the best games of the day, but a lot changed at McCarrick over the past year or so, and it showed against Bound Brook.
With several key players gone including J.D. Rodriguez, who now plays for Bound Brook, the Eagles are not the same team that once contended for GMCT titles. McCarrick fell behind 16-3 in the first 4:23 of the game, and could never recover as Bound Brook rolled to an easy 88-57 win. The Crusaders took advantage of eight first quarter turnovers by McCarrick, and nine offensive rebounds to jump out to a 28-10 lead, and never looked back. Sharpshooter Jack Welti knocked in four first half threes for all 12 of his points including three in the second while former Perth Amboy standout, Hamilton Capellan had 15 first half points including 13 in the opening period.
Capellan ended up with 21 points while teammate Rodriguez chipped in with 18 points including 16 in the second half. Ricky Holliday added 15 points including nine in the first half while big man Leon Johnson contributed with 11 points. Sky Harris led McCarrick in a losing cause with a team high 21 points including 16 in the second half. Tavian Chukwuani chipped in with 10 points including 8 in the second half while Sean McRae added 8 points with five coming in the second half. Bound Brook led by 42 on several occasions in the fourth before McCarrick finished the game with a 16-5 tear including the final 10 points of the contest.
The Crusaders had nine different players score while McCarrick had eight score. Bound Brook and McCarrick combined for 14 threes with the Crusaders getting the lion’s share as they enjoyed a 30-12 edge in points scored from beyond the arc. Ten of those 14 combined threes came in the first half. Both teams scored in double digits in each quarter with Bound Brook scoring at least 20 points in three of the four periods. McCarrick tried to climb back into the game at a couple points in the first half, but kept shooting itself in the foot with turnovers. The Eagles simply could not keep pace with the Crusaders run and gun style.
One segment of the game that typified McCarrick’s struggles was over a 1:18 span late in the first half. On five occasions, Bound Brook failed to score, but each of those times, McCarrick couldn’t get the ball out of its own backcourt as it either turned the ball over, or gave up an offensive rebound. Finally, the Crusaders capitalized as Leon Johnson scored on a putback fora 40-18 lead. One bright spot for McCarrick was the free throw line, where it was 9 of 13 from the foul line while Bound Brook was 8 of 12. The Eagles also had fewer fouls with 7 while the Crusaders had 12.
Here are video highlights from Bound Brook’s 88-57 victory over Cardinal McCarrick in one of the finales in the first annual GMC-Skyland Challenge. The Crusaders, ranked second in Somerset County, jumped out to a 16-3 lead in the first 4:23 of the game, and never looked back as they led by 42 on a couple of occasions in the fourth before Cardinal McCarrick closed the game with a 16-5 run including the final 10 points for the 31 point Bound Brook victory.
BOUND BROOK, NJ–On Saturday night, GMC Hoops rounded out the busy day of basketball at the GMC-Skyland Challenge with a trip to Bound Brook High School to see the Crusaders against Cardinal McCarrick. Led by Jack Welti and Hamilton Cappellan, the Crusaders jumped out to a 16-3 first quarter lead, and never looked back as they led by as many as 42 points on a couple of occasions in the fourth before the Eagles closed out the contest with a 16-5 flurry including the final 10 points for an 88-57 Bound Brook victory. Below are some game notes from the contest.
5:15–CM–full timeout–Bound Brook up 11-3 with Eagles only points coming on a three pointer from the right corner by Sky Harris.
3:37–CM–BB reels off 5 more points for a 16-3 lead before Jaquantee Madden is fouled and makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 16-4 BB lead.
1:42–CM–gets a jumper by Tavian Chukwuani and a putback by Madden for a 21-8 BB lead.
47.2–CM–30 sec timeout–BB reels off five points including score by Hamilton Cappellan and a three by Jack Welti for a 26-8 lead.
0.0–CM–Harris pulls up for jumper from foul line as time runs out for a 28-10 BB lead.
CM–has 8 turnovers and given up 9 offensive rebounds already.
6:43–BB–now up 30-13–#11 at the line for 1 of 2 FTs and a 31-13 lead.
4:54–BB–timeout–Crusaders lead 31-15 after an earlier putback for CM by Madden. Team fouls–CM 3–BB 1.
3:00–CM–Michael Vick hits jumper from just inside the top of the key for a 36-18 BB lead.
1:42–CM–Sean McRae swishes three from left wing for a 40-21 BB lead. BB had numerous opportunities to score, but couldn’t cash in until Leon Johnson scored on a putback. McCarrick couldn’t get the ball out of their backcourt–kept giving the ball away.
1:30–BB–Welti hits three pointer from right side for a 43-21 lead.
6.8–BB–Welti hits three pointer from left corner for a 46-21 lead.
0.0–CM–heave by Harris off the mark–BB leads 46-21 at the half.
Bound Brook–top scorers–Welti with 12 points and Cappellan with 11.
7:20–CM–Harris pulls up for short baseline jumper from right side for a 46-23 BB lead.
7:09–BB–Ricky Holliday scores for Crusaders and a 48-23 lead
6:58–CM–McRae–fouled–1 of 2 FTs for a 48-24 BB lead.
6:40–BB–J.D. Rodriguez intentionally fouled by Madden–makes both FTs–technical foul on CM bench–Rodriguez makes two more FTs for a 52-24 lead.
5:22–CM–Krimin–layup from right low block for a 54-26 lead.
5:07–BB–Rodriguez pull-up jumper from right wing for a 56-26 lead.
4:47–CM–Harris hits jumper from right wing for a 56-28 BB lead.
4:00–BB–Leon Johnson with a great combination of power and agility to score down low for a 58-28 lead.
3:42–CM–Harris–fouled–makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 58-29 lead.
3:22–BB–Cappellan scores on follow for a 60-29 lead.
3:15–CM–30 sec timeout to avoid 5 sec call.
2:38–BB–Rodriguez–layup from left side for a 62-31 lead.
1:55–BB–Johnson layup for a 64-31 lead.
1:28–CM–Harris–three point play for a 64-34 BB lead.
1:17–BB–Rodriguez hits floater from left side for a 66-34 lead.
1:07–CM–McRae–fouled–makes both FTs for a 66-36 BB lead.
50.0–BB–Cappellan scores on acrobatic move for a 68-36 lead.
28.3–CM–Aaron Lewis misses jumper–ball goes out of bounds off CM.
10.0–BB–#12–scores on putback.
0.0–CM–Vick shot off the mark.
7:30–BB–Cappellan scores on follow of his own miss for a 72-36 lead.
7:18–CM–McRae scores for a 72-38 BB lead.
7:00–BB–Rodriguez gets kind bounce on triple from left wing for a 75-38 lead.
6:23–BB–Rodriguez drills three from right wing for a 78-38 lead.
5:37–BB–Cappellan–nice no look pass to Holliday for layup from right side for an 80-38 lead.
5:27–BB–all starters taken out–still leading 80-38–CM–Jahmal Pryce at the line. Makes 1 of 2 FTs for a 80-39 BB lead.
5:00–CM–basket for an 80-41 BB lead.
4:48–BB–three pointe for an 83-41 lead.
0:00–BB wins 88-57–CM finishes the game on a 16-5 run against BB reserves including the last 10 points.
Good morning everyone. Here is the latest schedule for the GMC-Skyland Challenge set for today. GMC Hoops plans to be at Immaculata for the two games there, and then go over to Bound Brook to see Cardinal McCarrick take on the home town Crusaders.
At Bound Brook
Colonia vs. Warren Hills, 5:00 PM
Cardinal McCarrick vs. Bound Brook, 7:00 PM
At East Brunswick
Timothy Christian vs. Voorhees, 2:00 PM
Piscataway vs. Montgomery, 4:00 PM
Bridgewater vs. East Brunswick, 6:00 PM
South Brunswick vs. Hillsborough, 12:45 PM
North Brunswick vs. Franklin, 2:30 PM
Bishop Ahr vs. Pingry, 3:00 PM
Woodbridge vs. Immaculata, 5:00 PM
At North Plainfield
J.F. Kennedy vs. North Plainfield, 1:00 PM
South Hunterdon vs. Middlesex, 12:00 PM
Hunterdon Central vs. Monroe, 7:00 PM
At North Hunterdon
Edison vs. North Hunterdon, 1:30 PM
At Perth Amboy
Delaware Valley vs. Perth Amboy, 1:00 PM
Old Bridge vs. Phillipsburg, 2:30 PM
Carteret vs. Somerville, 2:00 PM
At South Amboy
Manville vs. South Amboy, 11:30 AM
Bernards vs. Spotswood, 1:30 PM
New Brunswick vs. Ridge, 2:30 PM
Sayreville vs. Watchung Hills, 7:00 PM