Andrew Nichols hit a three-pointer in overtime and tournament MVP Mike Gray went 3-for-4 at the foul line as Woodstown escaped with a 59-56 championship win over Triton Wednesday at Clearview holiday boys' basketball tournament.

Gray tied the game with 18 seconds left in regulation and finished with 26 points, and Jake Orr contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Reds Jordan. Cherry Hill West won its own tournament, 51-50, over Moorestown as Chris Gebhart and Mickel Orr shared MVP honors. Gebhart collected 13 points, nine rebounds, four blocks and four assists, while Orr had 12 points.

Virginia Whitaker. The 1-2 scoring punch of Chris Santo (22) and Seth Friedman (20) powered host Cherry Hill East past Williamstown, 61-57, in a showcase contest. Santo made 9 of 14 shots from the field, grabbed seven rebounds and dealt four assists, while Friedman made four of seven three-pointers.

Augustinian. In Toronto, St. Augustine clipped St. Rita (Ill.), 68-63, behind Isaiah Morton's 31 points and a 43-32 edge over the two middle periods. Morton, a junior point guard, eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for his career.

Boardwalk Classic. Bridgeton (2-0) won the Atlantic Cup bracket in Wildwood by handing Timber Creek (3-1) its first loss, 58-51. Malcolm Fentress snagged a dozen rebounds, David Sapp had 14 points and three steals, and Ramante Mosley added 11 points.

Audubon. Brandon Hill claimed the MVP award with 13 points and six rebounds as Audubon won its own tournament, 58-43, over Gloucester. T. J. Tassi added 19 points and eight assists.

Hunterdon Central. Matt Lopez, who joined teammate Adam Marcucci on the all-tournament team, poured in a game-high 22 points and steered Washington Township to a 57-50 win over host Hunterdon Central in the tournament final.

Paul VI. The host Eagles wrapped up the round-robin event with a 62-52 win over Del-Val Charter of Philadelphia. Nick Moore had 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Ron Curry added six assists for Paul VI.

Camden Catholic subdued Freire Charter (Pa.), 79-57, as Anthony D'Orazio scored eight of his 14 points in a 24-9 first-period flurry.

Tournament of Peace. All-tournament picks Luke Dickson (17 points) and Dylan Colgate (21) ignited host Pitman's 81-45 success against Overbrook in the tournament final.

North Catholic SPBP. Vincent Walls connected for 24 points, but Camden had a slow start en route to an 88-53 loss to Bishop Loughlin (N.Y.).


Mike Bakuckas won by pin at 140 pounds to earn the Outstanding Wrestler award and lead Hammonton to the team title at the eight-team Overbrook Tournament.

The Blue Devils collected 171.5 points to edge runnerup Woodstown by three points, aided by individual victories from Bakuckas, Dennis Conway (119 pounds), Phil Bakuckas (135), Josh Clark (145) and Kevin Fernandes (215).

Girls' Basketball

Cortney Natalicchio had 10 points, including the tying layup with three seconds left in regulation, and Julie Ciak and Haley Anderson each sank a pair of free throws in overtime, lifting host New Egypt past Northern Burlington, 47-43, in the championship of the Warrior Classic.

The Warriors received 12 points apiece from Emily Bausher and Morgan Knigge, while the Greyhounds' Brittany Young led all scorers with 17 points.

Destiny Moore's 21-point effort enabled Lindenwold to hold off Keyport, 43-38, in the consolation.

Boardwalk Classic. Brittany Harden came through with 11 points and 10 rebounds for Sacred Heart, which used an 18-11 run down the stretch to put away Paul VI, 47-41, in the Bracket F title game. Kerri Weber dealt four assists to go with a game-high 15 points for the Eagles.

Despite scoring just three points in the final period, Bridgeton had enough of a cushion to hold off Wildwood, 38-35, for the Bracket G championship. The Bulldogs dominated the boards, with Sha'dasia Farrell finishing with 15 points and nine rebounds, Quashaya Hayes-Curry clearing 14 rebounds and Kinu Butler chipping in 12 points and 13 rebounds. Katie McWade posted 15 points, six rebounds and four assists for Wildwood.

Lisa Priest had 12 points and Ty Myrick (10) hit the go-ahead three-point basket with just under three minutes remaining, allowing Burlington City to slip past Millville, 40-38, for third place in Bracket G. Shateria Smith had a game-high 15 points along with six rebounds for the Thunderbolts.

Chardae Ducille came through with 14 points, eight rebounds and two steals to pace a balanced attack, as Winslow Township defeated Ridley (Pa.), 50-41, in a Bracket H semifinal. Danielle Forest (13 points) and Shamira Weaver (11) rounded out the Eagles' double-digit scoring.

In the other Bracket H semifinal, Wildwood Catholic went scoreless over the first seven minutes of the fourth quarter in falling, 32-26, to Smyrna (Del.).

Egg Harbor Township jumped on top early and rode the scoring of Kimberly Phillips (13 points) and Gina DiDomenico (12) to a 42-32 win over Kennedy-Kenrick (Pa.) in a Bracket I semifinal.

Clearview Pioneer. Jess Brown picked up the MVP trophy after scoring 12 points to spark a second-half comeback, as Haddon Township rallied from a 14-5 deficit to defeat host Clearview, 29-26, in the championship.

Angela Anderson Classic. The tandem of Vanessa Neal and Courtney Edmonds combined for 27 points, offsetting the 22-point peformance by Gateway's Meghan Nowak and sending Pennsauken to a 47-35 win in the title game.

Behind 19 points by Sharele Anderson, host Clayton claimed third place by clobbering Cape May Tech, 49-30.

Audubon. Christine Gannon scored 16 in garnering MVP honors and Courtney Colella contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds, helping Cinnaminson pull out a 47-44 overtime win over Gloucester in the championship game.

Alex Gravinese had a game-high 18 points and Emily Howard came off the bench to score all of her 12 points in the second half, as the host Green Wave cruised past Moorestown Friends, 52-29, in the consolation.

Deptford Spartan Classic. Samantha Morris poured in 26 points for the host Spartans, but Cherry Hill East came out on top in the title game, 56-48, thanks to 18 points from Genevieve Boisvert and 10 apiece by Brittany Muniz and tourney MVP Marie Boisvert.

Julie Genther's 10 points led 10 players in the scoring column for Gloucester Catholic in a 47-34 win over West Deptford in the consolation game.

Delsea. Sterling started fast and finished strong to dump Delsea, 55-29, in the consolation game. Kylie O'Donnell had 16 points and Tanjae Lewis scored 13 for the Silver Knights.

Moorestown. Tina Davis tossed in 16 points while Briana Mulava and Paige O'Malley scored 11 apiece for Haddonfield, which used a 19-8 third-quarter spree to claim a 58-45 triumph over Princeton Day in the championship.

Holy Cross caught fire in the third quarter, outscoring Moorestown, 24-6, to take third place with a 51-34 win.

James G. Atkinson. Jasmine Martin's 28 points keyed Timber Creek's offense, and Lauren Alwan (12 points) fueled the Chargers' defense with a dozen steals, eight rebounds and two blocked shots in a 62-24 semifinal rout of Glassboro at Gloucester County College.

Liz Faulkner of Kingsway outscored Paulsboro's Lavon Childress, 22-19, and ignited a game-opening 25-12 run that sent the Dragons to a 60-43 semifinal win.