Conference Preview

Posted On: 08/5/20 3:48 PM

The Shore Conference has been experiencing a great run of success in the last decade. Since 2010, three different teams have made the Tournament of Champions with Ranney taking home the title in 2019. Manasquan won a state high 31 games in 2019-20, while four other Shore Conference teams made the sectional final. A lot of major talent is moving on to the next level, but it is still filled with quality players capable of putting up numbers. Here are the Shore Conference biggest shoes to fill.

Connor Walsh Connor Walsh 6'5" | SF Manasquan | 2021 State NJ , 6’5 SF Manasquan 2021

The Warriors return Shore Conference Player of the Year  Ben Roy Ben Roy 6'2" | PG Manasquan | 2022 State #219 Nation NJ , but must replace Louisville baseball commit  Alex Galvan Alex Galvan 6'7" | PF Manasquan | 2020 State NJ ’s production down low.  Jack Collins Jack Collins 6'5" | SG The Phelps School | 2022 PA  is primed for more touches on the offensive end, leaving Walsh with more responsibilities in the paint. The lanky 6’5 forward is a good athlete who can finish above the rim and swat shots around the basket. Walsh has a nice touch around the basket and is a solid on-ball defender. Manasquan has the talent to repeat as Shore Conference Tournament champs if Walsh elevates his game down low.

Jaiden Fraser Jaiden Fraser 6'0" | PG Toms River North | 2022 State NJ , 6’0 PG Toms River North 2022

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