Shore Conference Tournament Final: Standouts
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The Shore Conference Tournament concluded on Sunday with Manasquan taking home its third Shore Conference Tournament title in four years with a 61-46 win over Ranney. Some players had standout performances to help their team win. Here are the standouts…
The Shore Conference Tournament concluded on Sunday with Manasquan taking home its third Shore Conference Tournament title in four years with a 61-46 win over Ranney. Some players had standout performances to help their team win. Here are the standouts from the Shore Conference Tournament final.
, 6’4 SG Manasquan 2025
Adams poured in a game-high 26 points in the Shore Conference title game, including 20 in the second half. The 6’4 guard showed a smooth release on his jumper and made jumpers off the catch and bounce. Adams moved well without the ball in his hands and attacked the basket strong. He showed off his ability to run the offense as he was able to create space with his handle and made good passes in the half court. Adams is a talented guard prospect who has put together an All-State performance in 2022-23.
, 6’0 PG Ranney 2023
Hester led the way for the Panthers in the Shore Conference final as he scored a game-high 15 points. The 6’0 guard pushed the ball well in transition as he was able to get to the basket and score. Hester was able to get into the paint and played under control in the half court. He fought for rebounds on both ends of the floor and moved his feet well on the defensive end. Hester has had a strong senior season and is looking to carry it over into the state tournament.
, 6’4 CG Manasquan 2025
Linstra had a standout game at both ends of the floor as he set the tone for the Warriors early in the game. The 6’4 guard was constantly moving off the ball as he was able to get open layups in the half court. Linstra was able to get to his spot on the floor and showed off his range with a three-pointer in the opening quarter. He made smart passes down the stretch to seal the victory and played tough defense throughout the game. Linstra is a two-way guard prospect who has been a consistent presence for Manasquan on the perimeter.
, 6’3 SG Ranney 2024
Buck had a solid game for the Panthers as he made an impact at both ends of the floor. The 6’3 guard showed off a nice shooting stroke as he set his feet before every jumper and did not rush. Buck did more than just shoot as he was also able to get to the basket and finish through contact. He played good defense as he closed out well and made it hard for his man to get a good shot in the half court. Buck has had a breakout junior season for the Panthers with his play at both ends of the floor.
, 5’10 PG Manasquan 2024
Frauenheim ran the show for the Warriors’ offense and had a huge impact down the stretch of the Shore Conference Tournament final. The 5’10 guard played with poise as he was never rattled throughout the game. Frauenheim shot the ball with confidence from behind the arc, making a big triple late in the fourth quarter to put the game away. He was able to use his handle to get to the basket and worked hard on the defensive end. Frauenheim is a gamer who does whatever it takes to help his team win games.