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Tues. N.J. boys’ and girls’ roundup

Jeremy Schulkin made 3 of 4 foul shots down the stretch and completed Northern Burlington's comeback from a 10-point first-half deficit to a 44-42 Burlington County League boys' basketball win at Holy Cross Tuesday night.

Jeremy Schulkin made 3 of 4 foul shots down the stretch and completed Northern Burlington's comeback from a 10-point first-half deficit to a 44-42 Burlington County League boys' basketball win at Holy Cross Tuesday night.

Schulkin, a junior guard, finished with a game-high 25 points as the Greyhounds rallied by capitalizing on 17 Holy Cross turnovers in the Lancers' season opener.

Chris Keating netted 16 points from his backcourt spot for Holy Cross.

Also in Burlington County, Rancocas Valley outscored host Burlington Township by 9-2 in overtime to escape with a 57-50 triumph. The Red Devils knotted the score on Kalee Marshall's three-pointer as regulation ended.

Shaquan Hall's 12 points topped five Cinnaminson players in double figures as the Pirates built a 29-5 lead then held off visiting Burlington City, 73-69. Max DiLeo's 28 points, including 14-for-15 foul shooting, fueled the Pirates' comeback effort.

Palmyra spotted visiting Delran a seven-point lead after one period before Dante Hickson's 21-point effort rallied the Panthers to a 63-60 win. Ricky Costales (23 points) and Jordan Kennedy (20) supplied most of the bears' offense.

Olympic. Phil Jackson's 16 points topped a list of 10 players who contributed points to Lenape's 70-42 win over visiting Seneca. Jackson and Harman Ghuman (11) each had three three-pointers.

Tri-County. Freshman guard Stephano Okoro ignited a decisive 20-7 second-quarter outburst and finished with 23 points, driving Gloucester past visiting Salem, 51-32. Okoro hit six three-pointers and grabbed 11 rebounds, and teammate Mike Gorman added eight boards.

Woodstown's 64-43 victory at Glassboro included 27 points and a trio of three-point baskets by senior guard Mike Gray. Kimon DeShields chipped in with 19 points for the Wolverines, and Glassboro's Joey Zuchowicz hit 15.

Cape-Atlantic. Ernie Harper and Tom McKeefrey matched 18 points apiece, and Lower Cape May sailed past visiting Pleasantville, 66-48.

Jack Mayer Tournament. Medford Tech advanced to today's final against host Westampton Tech by whipping Camden County Tech, 73-32, in the semifinals. Kennedy Chukwocha grabbed nine rebounds and Leroy Jackson scored 18 points for Medford Tech.

Westampton Tech broke open a close game with a 23-4 fourth quarter, tripping Pennsauken Tech, 62-34, in the other semifinal. Brett Foster's 17 points topped the Westampton attack.

Nonleague. Mike McGee scored eight of Haddon Township's last 10 points in a 41-31 win over visiting Moorestown Friends, wrapping up an 18-point performance. Matt Donaldson dealt nine assists for the Hawks.

Julian Welsh-White had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, as 15 Collingswood players scored during an 87-33 win over visiting Northwest Prep.


Robert Bush (130 pounds) and James Woolston (285) each needed less than a minute to secure pins while steering Seneca past visiting Camden, 75-6, in the Olympic Conference.

Girls roundup

Stephanie Gardner picked up nine of her game-high 31 points in overtime, including the go-ahead three-point basket with 20 seconds remaining, as Glassboro outlasted host Woodstown, 44-41, Tuesday night in Tri-County Conference girls' basketball.

The Diamond Division contest was tight throughout, and Lauren Husser (10 points), the Wolverines' junior center, tied it with 1 minute, 30 seconds left in regulation.

Senior guard Sarah Hepler led Woodstown with 12 points, while freshman forward Tori Smick contributed 10 points and a dozen rebounds.

Gardner, a senior guard, was the lone double-figure scorer for the Bulldogs.

In other Tri-County Conference action:

Grace Cooney and Gabrielle Cooper had nine points apiece to lead a balanced attack and help Gloucester withstand a furious fourth-quarter rally, as the Lions held off host Salem, 38-37.

Shaqui Coppage scored 13 of her game-high 21 points in the final period for the Rams, who nearly matched their point total of the first three quarters with a 17-8 game-ending spree.

Loretta Kelly (17 points, six assists, four steals), Katie McWade (12 points) and Shaniqua Roper (11 points) fueled the offense for Wildwood, which used a 22-10 third-quarter surge to pull away to a 53-37 victory at Pitman.

Jack Mayer Tournament. Falecia Galindez, a 4-foot, 11-inch guard, came up huge for Pennsauken Tech by pouring in 27 points in a 51-36 semifinal win over Medford Tech.

In the other semifinal, Danielle Owes made three shots from beyond the arc in scoring a game-high 22 and Nazirah Mutazz added 11 points, powering Westampton Tech to a 56-17 romp over host Camden County Tech.

Pennsauken Tech and Westampton Tech will meet at 5:15 p.m. today in the championship at Camden County Tech.

Olympic. Genevieve Okoro posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, Kerri Aiken (12 points) and Marlene Pratt (9 points) made three treys apiece, as host Eastern ran out to a 38-4 lead in crushing Cherry Hill West, 58-20.

Christina Foggie tossed in 24 points and Briana Wylie netted 20 as Lenape jumped on top early and cruised past visiting Woodrow Wilson, 65-28.

Seneca's tandem of Brittany Snow (20 points) and Chelsea Grover (16) offset a 23-point effort by Pennsauken's Courtney Edmonds, allowing the Golden Eagles to claim a 55-44 road win.

Burlington County. Imani Stepney put up 25 points, Micahya Owens tossed in 22, and Alicia Griffin dealt eight assists to guide host Willingboro to a 76-36 demolition of Pemberton.

Amanda Offenback and Kimberly Ochman combined for 26 points to lead Holy Cross, which overcame a slow start with a 21-0 second-quarter surge to blow by host Burlington City, 42-29.

Nonleague. Sophomore guard Tiaja Harrold established a career-high with 28 points and Lavon Childress came through with 14 points, 16 rebounds and seven steals as host Paulsboro pounded Interboro, 65-41.

Allicia Pickett converted 10 of 12 at the line in scoring 18 points and also came up with six steals, as Bordentown slipped past host Shawnee, 37-33.

Briana Hudik added 10 points for the Scotties, while Erin Molina's 14 points paced Shawnee.