It's just two games, but Pennsauken looks like the real deal.
The Indians got 25 points and 12 rebounds from Frank Smalls and 21 points from Takwail Bailey tonight to beat Paul VI, 75-61.
Behind by three at halftime, Pennsauken scored 50 points in the second half against a good Paul VI team. Marcus Jones, a junior known better as a standout wide receiver in football, added 15 points.
Pennsauken is 2-0 with wins over Washington Township and Paul VI -- two teams that both could win 20 games this season.
Nick Moore scored 18 and Rob Poole added 14 for Paul VI (1-1).