The highly anticipated game between South Jersey’s top two boys’ basketball teams will take place in Pennsylvania.
Camden, the No. 1 team in The Inquirer’s South Jersey Top 10, will host No. 2 Wildwood Catholic at Neumann University in Aston on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 16, per Panthers athletic director Mark Phillips.
Tipoff will be at 5 o’clock. Tickets are $10.
Camden is 13-1 entering Tuesday night’s game at Washington Township. The Panthers have won nine in a row since a Dec. 30 loss to Philadelphia Catholic League power Roman Catholic.
Wildwood Catholic is 13-2. The Crusaders have won nine in a row since a Jan. 4 loss to North Jersey public school power Elizabeth.
Camden is led by senior swingman Lance Ware, a Kentucky recruit, as well as junior forwards TaQuan Woodley and Jerome Brewer and freshman D.J. Wagner.
Wagner, who leads the team in scoring with a 14.3 average, is the son of former Camden star Dajuan Wagner and the grandson of former Camden star Milt Wagner.
Wildwood Catholic is led by senior swingmen Taj Thweatt, a West Virginia recruit, and Jahlil White, a Temple recruit, as well as senior guard Jacob Hopping.
The Camden-Wildwood Catholic game originally was scheduled to be played Feb. 16 at Cherry Hill West. The site was changed for undisclosed reasons.
Camden played North Jersey non-public power Roselle Catholic at Neumann University last Thursday, scoring a 63-51 victory as Ware generated 17 points with 10 rebounds and Woodley scored 14 with eight rebounds.