Alex Nelson poured in 21 points in the third quarter on his way to 49 last night, shattering the

Oakcrest

record for points in a boys' basketball game in a 75-51 win over visiting

Millville

.

Nelson, who also pulled down 10 rebounds, made five three-point baskets in the Cape-Atlantic League contest. He broke the mark of 45 points set by Ernest Wynn in 1965.

In a Cape-Atlantic game that included 65 foul shots,

Vineland

edged host

Mainland

, 65-60. Marcus Ware's 16 points topped four Clan players in double figures.

Ernest Teague, a 6-foot-8 senior center, netted 15 points as one of four

St. Augustine

players in double figures during a 69-41 win over visiting

Bridgeton

.

Hammonton

knocked off host

Atlantic City

, 68-63, behind Travis Washington, who matched his uniform number with 23 points.

Tri-County.

Chris Whipple scored his 14th point by hitting a field goal as the buzzer ended the second overtime period, lifting

Williamstown

to a dramatic 65-63 win at

Deptford

.

Robert Page, who hit five treys in the game, scored 18 of his 26 points in a 40-20 first half, sending

Kingsway

past host

Highland

, 69-55.

Ray Sanders' double-double of 32 points and 10 rebounds carried

Clayton

past visiting

Gloucester County Tech

, 76-19. Danny Winistorfer gave the Clippers seven steals.

Penns Grove

's Dominique Roy contributed 16 points, 13 assists and five steals in an all-around effort that steered the Red Devils past visiting

Overbrook

, 68-51. Ishmael Clark chipped in with 17 points, 12 rebounds, and four blocked shots.

Salem

's Derrick Parsley (24 points) outgunned

Pitman

's Marcus Corbitt (23) to lead the visiting Rams to a 67-60 win.

Colonial.

Haddon Heights

ran off seven straight points near the end of a 40-35 win over visiting

Haddon Township

, including two foul shots by Paul Blocker and a three-pointer from Jared Vaughs (13 points).

Mitch Carsillo hit a career-best four three-point baskets in a 14-point performance, highlighting

Collingswood

's 72-44 win over visiting

Sterling

. Darnell McCargo led the Panthers with 21 points.

Olympic.

Drew Berlinsky scored 13 points, including 6-for-8 foul shooting in the fourth quarter, and helped keep

Cherry Hill East

ahead of visiting

Shawnee

for a 57-49 win. Alex Saltzburg added 12 points and eight assists, and the Renegades' Eric Kessler had 21 points.

Bobby Harris tossed in 22 points and led

Eastern

to a 65-47 triumph over visiting

Bishop Eustace

. Harris made 9 of 10 foul shots for the Vikings, who converted 22 of 32 at the line to Eustace's 8 of 15.

Despite the absence one of its top scorers, Vince Walls,

Camden

managed a 65-39 win at

Cherry Hill West

as Aaron Walton (23 points) and Zaire Walls (15) picked up the offense.

Tyler Deleece scored eight of his 12 points in a 15-9 third quarter that fueled

Camden Catholic

's 49-30 victory at

Seneca

.

Winslow Township

's Tyriq Rickards and Aaron Sallie scored 15 points apiece and combined for 11 points in a 21-14 fourth quarter as the host Eagles slipped past

Paul VI

, 72-64.

Pennsauken

spotted visiting

Woodrow Wilson

an 18-8 first-quarter lead before storming back to win, 82-61, The Indians posted a 32-5 second quarter in which Mike Pendleton scored 17 of his 25 points. Teammate Eric Johnson finished with 22.

Lenape

pulled away from a three-point halftime lead with a 10-4 third quarter, and 6-foot-4 forward Isiah Nixon had 11 points in the Indians' 46-41 win over visiting

Triton

.

Burlington County.

Trailing by 11-0 to start the second quarter,

Delran

rallied to jolt visiting

Florence

, 50-41. The Bears outscored Florence by 35-15 over the two middle periods, as Darius Ingram finished with 21 points and Travis Hill scored 13.

Cinnaminson

opened its season with a 69-54 win over visiting

Pemberton

in which T. J. DiLeo tossed in 23 points.

New Jersey Vocational Tournament.

Host

Westampton Tech

advanced to tomorrow's title game against Medford Tech with a 51-46 semifinal win over

Pennsauken Tech

. Kemaal Brooks scored 19 points, Lance Albritton had 17, and the pair combined to make 9 of 12 fourth-quarter foul shots.