For the 2nd straight year, South River will be taking on Sayreville in the Friends of South Amboy Benefit Showcase. Game is set for 6:00 PM on Saturday night at South Amboy Middle-High School. This contest is one of four games scheduled in the event.
Quadry Adams had a game high 26 points including 20 in the first half to lead St. Thomas Aquinas to a comfortable win over South River in the season opener for both teams on Thursday night.
Sophomore Molly Malague, shown here in action against Monroe last season, led all scorers with 28 points while grabbing 10 rebounds for a double-double in Metuchen’s 63-44 opening night victory at Carteret.
Carteret’s Starrell Hearns, shown here in action versus West Morris in the State Playoffs last March, collected a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Carteret past Metuchen on opening night.
South Amboy’s Josh JImenez kicked off his senior campaign with 16 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals to lead the Guvs in a squeaker over Somerset Tech.
New Brunswick’s Tahjay Moore, shown here battling in the paint versus Old Bridge in the 2019 GMCT Quarterfinals, combined with Ahyan Brown-Miller to post double-doubles in the Zebras opening night win over JFK.
Carteret’s Hubert Ramos, shown here squaring up and surveying the court against Edison last season in the 2018 Matawan Huskies Holiday Classic on December 30th, is one of four returning players that saw significant action for the Ramblers, and looks to keep Carteret among the GMC’s Elite in 2019-20.
Dunellen junior, Drew Johnson, shown here warming up prior to the Destroyers contest against Watchung Hills in the 2019 Bound Brook Summer League Championship, returns this season, and not only will likely go over 1,000 points early in January 2020, but also try to get Dunellen to the GMC Elite Eight for the first time in over 20 years.
St. Joseph’s senior, K-Shawn Schulters, shown here throwing down a one handed slam in the third quarter against Roselle Park in the Linden Summer League on July 15th, returns to help lead the Falcons to another GMCT title and looks to have a big year.
New Brunswick’s Ahyan Brown-Miller, shown here following through on a jumper against Piscataway in the 2019 GMCT Semifinals, returns with his 1,167 points to be the leading active scorer in the GMC, and to lead 3rd ranked New Brunswick on a possible run to its first GMCT Final since 1986.