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Redemption: Manasquan beats Franklin in TOC finale

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Trenton, N.J. — The Manasquan Warriors are back on top of the girls basketball mountain in the State of New Jersey. The Warriors, the No. 1 seed, defeated the Franklin Warriors, 72-60, at CURE Insurance Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Manasquan was able to get some redemption against Franklin one year later. It was Franklin, who ended Manasquan’s season with a last-second buzzer-beater to win last year’s Tournament of Champions.

Manasquan celebrating the Tournament of Championship over Franklin (Photo by the NJSIAA)

Manasquan celebrating the Tournament of Championship over Franklin (Photo by the NJSIAA)

The Warriors now have the third-most Tournament of Championships in NJSIAA history with three wins. Only the St. John Vianney (7) and Shabazz (6) have more.

Manasquan improved to 32-2 on the season. Franklin ended their season with a 25-8 record.

Dara Mabrey led the Manasquan Warriors with 30 points in her final high school game. She also had seven rebounds, four assists, and one block.

Mabrey was one of three Manasquan players, who scored in double-figures. Faith Masonius scored 23 points, while Lola Mullaney also contributed 16 points.

The Warriors had nearly 10 minutes of bench play from Maci Black and Annie Mako. However, neither scored a point.

Diamond Miller led the Franklin Warriors with 20 points. She also had seven rebounds, five assists, and one block.

Miller was one of four Franklin players, who scored in double-digits. Tiana Jackson had 14 points, while Kennady Schenck had 11 points, and Camille Gray contributed 10 points.

The Warriors had two bench points, all from Kiersten McCloud.

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