Kenny Williams canned a foul shot with 16 seconds remaining to give

Holy Cross

the winning margin in a 52-51 Burlington County League boys' basketball thriller over visiting

Burlington Township

last night.

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

Westampton Tech

in a 60-45 success against visiting

Delran

.

Cliff Glaze (13) and Quron Pratt (16) combined for 25 points in a 40-22 first half, igniting

Palmyra

's 73-42 win at

Maple Shade

.

New Egypt

made 12 of 19 foul shots to host

Florence

's 1 of 8, providing a key to a 38-32 win. Kevin Janowski had 13 points for the Warriors.

Olympic.

Storming back from 10 points down in the last period,

Winslow Township

tripped host

Woodrow Wilson

, 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

Camden Catholic

past visiting

Lenape

, 56-55.

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

Pennsauken Tech

.

Eastern

broke open a close game with a 22-8 third quarter and knocked off host

Triton

, 58-37. Bobby Harris led the Vikings with 21 points, and Triton's Chaz Dyer notched 19 points and 11 rebounds.

Bishop Eustace

used 19-for-22 marksmanship at the foul line and Pat Vasturia's 22 points to open with a 62-55 win over visiting

Seneca

.

Tri-County.

Terence McPeak tossed in 27 points, and Mike Calzonetti combined 11 points with a dozen rebounds, powering

Gloucester Catholic

's 59-44 triumph over visiting

Glassboro

.

After a 10-10 opening period,

Kingsway

reeled off a 22-4 second quarter and dealt host

Cumberland

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.

Overbrook

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

Woodstown

.

Williamstown

used solid defense, Brian Kelly's 12 rebounds, and Collin Whipple's 17 points to defeat visiting

Delsea

, 56-34.

Clearview

rallied from a 20-17 halftime deficit to beat visiting

Highland

, 49-40. Marcus Coates, who finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists, saved a dozen points for the second-half surge.

Pitman

followed Luke Dickson's 21 points and four three-pointers, and Kevin Gibbs' 13 points to a 63-46 win at

Pennsville

. The Eagles' Ryan Karr registered 17 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists.

Cape-Atlantic.

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

Bridgeton

. 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

Ocean City

offset a 34-point game by

Oakcrest

'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

Vineland

en route to a 64-49 win over visiting

Egg Harbor Township

.

Holy Spirit

started the season with a 55-50 triumph at

St. Joseph

, aided by Ryan Brooks' 24 points and B.J. Bailey's 15.

Nonleague.

Franklin Harris dished out 10 assists and grabbed five steals, and Eric Johnson netted 24 points as

Camden County Tech

whipped visiting

Math, Civics & Science

(Pa.), 78-33.