Rolling 105-65

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Rolling 105-65 - Neptune Romps to 105-65 105-65 105-65 Win i...
Neptune Romps to 105-65 105-65 105-65 Win i NEPTUNE - Neptune High School's undefeated Fliers rolled up the season's high score as they beat Long Branch's Green Wave, 105-65, 105-65, 105-65, last night in a Shore Conference A Division basketball game. Previous high was Red Bank's 103-76 103-76 103-76 win over Red Bank Catholic. Catholic. Steve Cutillo led the Fliers, now 11-0, 11-0, 11-0, with 31 points. He hit on 10 of 15 shots from the iloor for 66 per cent and had 11 of 12 from the foul line. Fred Warren had 23 points and Bruce Hoffman, backcourt Rough play developed as Neo-tune Neo-tune Neo-tune began to foul in their efforts efforts to get the ball. Bill Eckler tallied Neptune's 100th point on a foul shot with 33 seconds left. He also scored the 101st. A basket by Alex Williams and two fouls by Sam Martus-celli Martus-celli Martus-celli upped the Flier's total to 105. Neptune had the edge In rebounds, rebounds, 57 to 2!. Warren had 14, Cutillo and Copcland 10 each. Long Branch Coach Bob Wal-sack Wal-sack Wal-sack said "Neptune has the best team I have seen at the Shore in years. They are not afraid to pass the ball," Henncssy said, "We are looking looking for St. Rose next. We have no long range plans and are playing them one at a time. junior Fliers. Jerrv Morgan scored 12 for Long Branch. Play Tomorrow Neptune clashes with St. Rose at Asbury Park Convention Hall tomorrow night, in a rematch of a Holiday Basket-Powl Basket-Powl Basket-Powl game. Neptune won that one, 76-58, 76-58, 76-58, en route to the title The game was tentatively scheduled early in the year but contracts were not signed until recently, said a St. Rose spokesman. spokesman. The jayvee game will start at 7 p.m. and the varsity about 8. Neptune. 1 108) rt 1 Warren 8 4 Cutillo 10 11 I tout Brtnrfc r f 30 Wilbert 31 IHay llotm 18inniili lllunrman JIWMllntiur 7'I.Mila jYaH 3 PuryiiM i it t i 9 t 11 1 1 13 1,5 a Cnnelanl 3 1 Ho!Imii 4 Rilva 4 Beekman 0 Ohrandt 3 Hyun 3 M'rtuncelll 1 l.a'vnnn 0 P"rielpr 0 WllUnml 0 Morelr 0 Jackson 0 Irvln 0 2 1 0 n o Yeagle, Roy Dan'els. and Roger Roger Wilbert scored 13 each for Neptune won I he jayvee game Long Branch, and Andre Bcll'n- Bcll'n- 5R-31. 5R-31. 5R-31. Dwight Hammonds had 38 33 :05 Lonf Brwich 31 II 88 13 33 1 14 IS 27 27 21 25101 Mclntry. gcr had 12. 23 and Jacob Jones 17 for the iirnum Omclata Feeney, playmaker. contributed 16 in cludine 8 of 9 from the foul I I line : 20 are had who for earlier, a agreement The Fliers set the pattern of the game as Bob Silva took Ed Copland's opening tap and passed to Cutillo for an easy basket. The Branchers stayed close for two minutes on a jumper and layup by Bob Yeagle which sandwiched a foul by Hoffman and a lay-up lay-up lay-up by Warren making the score 5-4. 5-4. 5-4. However Neptune put together together a 12-point 12-point 12-point string featured by Cutillo's seven points and the Fliers pulled steadily ahead. Neptune's zone press forced Long Branch into miscues and enabled the Fliers to steal the ball on numerous occasions. With the score, 01-53, 01-53, 01-53, and 6:34 loft in the game, Coach Larry Hennessey inserted his substitutes substitutes and Long Branch went into a freeze attempting to keep the score down. Keyport Is 7349 Victor HOWELL TOWNSHIP - Key-port Key-port Key-port High School broke away in the third period for a 73-49 73-49 73-49 victory victory over Southern Freehold Regional Regional High School in a Shore Conference Class B North basketball basketball game marred by frequent frequent fouling last night. It was Keyport's first conference conference victory and dropped win-less win-less win-less Southern Freehold to last place. i m Mummmt ,', Neptune'i Steve Cutillo throws op backhanded bas-ktt bas-ktt bas-ktt as Long Branch's Bob Yeagle (35) hopes for rebound. Roger Wilbert (25) of Long Branch bats ball away from Neptune's Fred Warren (22). (Press Photos) Asbury Park Evening Press THE EVENING NEWS SHORB PRESS (SUNDAY)

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  1. Asbury Park Press,
  2. 19 Jan 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 23

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