Kenny Williams canned a foul shot with 16 seconds remaining to give
the winning margin in a 52-51 Burlington County League boys' basketball thriller over visiting
Justin Swidowski gave the Lancers a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and also blocked three shots. Township's Quincy Hendryx led all scorers with 24 points.
Also in Burlington County, Lance Albritton hit four three-pointers in a 16-point game, and Kemaal Brooks added 19 points and six rebounds for
in a 60-45 success against visiting
Cliff Glaze (13) and Quron Pratt (16) combined for 25 points in a 40-22 first half, igniting
's 73-42 win at
made 12 of 19 foul shots to host
's 1 of 8, providing a key to a 38-32 win. Kevin Janowski had 13 points for the Warriors.
Storming back from 10 points down in the last period,
, 90-85. Aaron Sallie saved 13 of his 31 points for the fourth quarter, and Wilson featured Steven Cobbs' 28 points and Bilal Bakr's 26.
Jahseer Bronson capped a 19-point game by hitting a pair of foul shots with 10 seconds left, boosting
Chris Gebhart was a force in the middle for
Cherry Hill West
, collecting 19 points, 6 rebounds and 3 blocks in the Lions' 42-37 win over visiting
broke open a close game with a 22-8 third quarter and knocked off host
, 58-37. Bobby Harris led the Vikings with 21 points, and Triton's Chaz Dyer notched 19 points and 11 rebounds.
used 19-for-22 marksmanship at the foul line and Pat Vasturia's 22 points to open with a 62-55 win over visiting
Terence McPeak tossed in 27 points, and Mike Calzonetti combined 11 points with a dozen rebounds, powering
's 59-44 triumph over visiting
After a 10-10 opening period,
reeled off a 22-4 second quarter and dealt host
a 63-45 setback. Robert Page scored 26 points for the Dragons, and Cumberland's Dave Jones, a 6-foot-9 junior, had 16 points, 15 rebounds and 6 blocks.
freshman Danny Wilson came off the bench and scored 18 points in three quarters of play, supporting Domtae Johnson's 22 points in the Rams' 71-44 win over visiting
used solid defense, Brian Kelly's 12 rebounds, and Collin Whipple's 17 points to defeat visiting
rallied from a 20-17 halftime deficit to beat visiting
, 49-40. Marcus Coates, who finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists, saved a dozen points for the second-half surge.
followed Luke Dickson's 21 points and four three-pointers, and Kevin Gibbs' 13 points to a 63-46 win at
. The Eagles' Ryan Karr registered 17 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists.
James Coleman (23) and Robby Davis (19) sparked
Cape May Tech
's rally from a six-point first-quarter deficit to a 63-36 win at
. Coleman had four threes and six assists, and Davis added five assists.
Balanced scoring by Brett Johnson and Chris Harris with 16 points each helped host
offset a 34-point game by
's Alex Nelson and prevail, 60-54.
Marcus Ware had 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Matt Haddix added 11 points and nine boards for
en route to a 64-49 win over visiting
Egg Harbor Township
started the season with a 55-50 triumph at
, aided by Ryan Brooks' 24 points and B.J. Bailey's 15.
Franklin Harris dished out 10 assists and grabbed five steals, and Eric Johnson netted 24 points as
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