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Wed. N.J. boys’ and girls’ roundup

Vance Marine took down Mark Bernosky in 41 seconds at 140 pounds for the quickest of Lindenwold's five falls, as the Lions overwhelmed host Overbrook, 63-24, Wednesday in Colonial Conference wrestling.

Vance Marine took down Mark Bernosky in 41 seconds at 140 pounds for the quickest of Lindenwold's five falls, as the Lions overwhelmed host Overbrook, 63-24, Wednesday in Colonial Conference wrestling.

Tri-County. Kingsway dominated the upper weights, winning from 160 pounds on to defeat host Deptford, 42-30. Michael Contarino (171 pounds), Chris Lail (189), and heavyweight Kyle Lloyd had pins in the decisive stretch run.

Nonleague. Sean McGreevy's second-period pin at 160 pounds started host Moorestown on its way to a 59-18 thrashing of Bishop Eustace.

Host Cinnaminson strung together five consecutive falls, capped by Michael Dwyer's 33-second pin at heavyweight, to finish off Paul VI, 57-12.

Bordentown's big boys - Matt Bauer at 215 pounds and heavyweight Donald Taylor - each recorded a pin in under a minute to highlight the Scotties' 49-25 triumph over Point Pleasant Beach.

Hank Stinson (145 pounds) and Preston Keiffer (160) sandwiched quick pins around Dave Newcomer's 8-5 decision at 152, sending Eastern to a 49-26 victory at Egg Harbor Township.

Ryan Graham's 7-3 decision at 130 pounds put host Audubon ahead to stay in a 41-22 conquest of Lower Cape May.

Boys' Basketball

Keith Smith led the way with 21 points and Tyree Atkins contributed 12 rebounds and a dozen points - including a basket in overtime - as host Deptford outlasted Williamstown, 60-56, in a Tri-County Conference thriller.

Marcus Hampton's 20 points led the Braves.

In another Tri-County clash, the duo of Dylan Colgate (22 points) and Luke Dickson (21) proved too much for Schalick to handle, as visiting Pitman dominated from the outset in winning, 72-48.

Jack Mayer Tournament. Brett Foster's game-high 35 points were not enough for host Westampton Tech, as Medford Tech placed five scorers in double figures in winning the championship game, 103-91.

Khalik Sutton (23 points), Devonte Carey (18), Donte Martinez (17), tourney MVP Greg Lawson (15) and Lamine Cooper (11) shouldered the scoring load for Medford Tech. Derek Johnson (23) and Tyshawn King (18) had hot hands for Westampton in a game that featured 75 free throws.

Olympic. Camden Catholic got off to a fast start and placed four scorers in double figures en route to a 76-49 victory at Eastern. Anthony D'Orazio (18 points), Gerry Wixted (14), Tim Crawford (13) and Sherard Cadogan (10) provided more than enough offense for the Irish.

Colonial. Kevin Johnson shot 12 for 15 from the foul line in scoring 25 and Paulsboro also received double-figure scoring from Aaron Tilden (15 points) and Xavier Lundy (12) in a 67-60 win at Sterling.

Cape-Atlantic. Andrew Ordille's 14-foot jumper at the buzzer ending the third overtime made host St. Joseph a 48-46 winner over Buena.

Ed Parker (12 points), Javonte Dickerson (11) and David White (10) paced a balanced attack for Absegami in a 61-31 romp at Hammonton.

Nonleague. GCIT captured the first win in program history in memorable fashion, squandering a 16-0 lead before putting away visiting Gateway in overtime, 63-54. Ken Johnson scored 12 of his 18 points from the foul line to lead the Cheetahs.

Chris Santo poured in 34 points to go with 13 rebounds and Marc Schlessel knocked down six of 12 shots from beyond the arc in scoring 22, but host Cherry Hill East squandered a 24-12 lead in falling, 80-75, to Harry S Truman (Pa).

Wyatt Polk found his shooting touch at halftime, scoring 17 of his game-high 24 points after intermission to send Haddonfield to a 66-39 win at LEAP Academy Charter.

Girls' Basketball

Alyssa Wiggins capped her 17-point night by scoring the clinching basket in the final minute, and Liz Faulkner led all scorers with 19 points, as host Kingsway nipped Delsea, 59-58, in the Tri-County Conference.

Sara Batchelor scored 17 for the Crusaders, who opened the game with an 18-10 run.

In other Tri-County action:

Deptford's Samantha Morris torched Williamstown for 26 points, but the host Braves received strong performances from Jessica Martinez (15 points) and Briana White (11 points, 16 rebounds) in posting a 52-41 win.

Kiley Grabbe (18 points) and Lauren Young (eight) combined to score 11 in the fourth quarter, enabling Clearview to pull away to a 38-29 victory at Highland.

Lauren Husser grabbed 11 rebounds, blocked three shots and picked up 12 of her 18 points in a 22-8 third-quarter blitz to power host Woodstown past Pennsville, 50-30. The Eagles' Lindsey Minch tied for game-high scoring honors with 18 points.

Olympic. Jasmine Martin nearly matched Woodrow Wilson's team scoring total, finishing with 31 points, 10 rebounds and four steals as Timber Creek cruised to a 59-35 road win.

Marie Boisvert came through with 20 points and 14 rebounds, allowing host Cherry Hill East to hold off Bishop Eustace, 57-50.

Genevieve Okoro topped all scorers with 21 points and Eastern parlayed a fast start into a 53-41 triumph at Camden Catholic.

Cape-Atlantic. Tiana Cannon scored 10 of her game-high 21 points in a 14-7 third-quarter spurt, enabling host Atlantic City to pull away from Egg Harbor Township, 60-43. Cannon also produced 14 rebounds, seven steals and two blocked shots and teammate Bria Hill contributed 14 points, four assists and three steals for the Vikings.

Jack Mayer Tournament. Falecia Galindez tossed in 21 points to garner MVP honors and lead Pennsauken Tech over Westampton Tech, 58-46, in the title game.

Nonleague. Nadirah Robinson battled inside for 18 points and six rebounds while Ellie O'Neill dealt five assists, allowing host Collingswood to hold off Florence, 43-42. Sarah Muchowski's 20-point performance fueled the Flashes' comeback from a 14-2 deficit.

Meghan Nowak totaled 22 points and 15 rebounds to lead Gateway, which used a 17-4 second-quarter spree to roll to a 46-27 triumph at GCIT. The Cheetahs received 14 points and 10 rebounds from Lyndsay Valentine.