Shayla Llanos surpassed the 1,000-point plateau on a long-range jumper in the second quarter, and the senior guard went on to score 26 to help host

Salem

slam

Pitman

, 57-31, yesterday in Tri-County Conference girls' basketball.

Llanos boosted her career total to 1,013 points. Mary Beato topped Pitman's scoring with 15 points.

In other Tri-County action:

Glassboro

took a leg up in the Diamond Division race, using balanced scoring to hand host

Woodstown

its first loss, 58-43. Natiara Willis tossed in 16 points, Kendra Garrison netted 14, and Stephanie Gardner and Ashlee Willis added 12 points apiece for the Bulldogs.

Shakiyrah Bishop knocked down five three-point shots in scoring 26, and

Wildwood

used a 16-5 spree to close out its 44-34 win at

Pennsville

. Lindsay Minch made four treys in scoring 16 for the Eagles.

Shaniece Banks poured in 21 points and Shalisa Hill scored 11 of her 13 in a 36-13 first-half blitz, sending

Penns Grove

to a 59-27 romp at

Overbrook

. Latonya Oliver's 17 points paced the Rams.

Olympic.

Monica Roeder and Laura Sweeney each had 16 points to carry

Cherokee

to a 55-44 victory at

Timber Creek

. Tasia Farmer made four treys in scoring 19 for the Chargers.

Lenape

received double-figure scoring from Kendra Johnson (16 points), Taylor Dunek (14), Christina Foggie (13), and Jamie Dunek (11) in cruising to a 74-36 victory at

Triton

. The Mustangs were led by Jenna Kosofsky's 13 points.

Christine Reilly pumped in 25 points to spark host

Paul VI

to its first win of the season, 56-44, over

Winslow Township

.

Teresa Corchado came through with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and host

Camden Catholic

converted 16 of 20 from the foul line to turn back

Seneca

, 53-38.

Burlington County.

Kate Simmons burned the

Florence

defense for 23 points and Jess McHugh scored 16, as

Delran

continued its strong start to the season with a 73-41 road win.

Michelle Lubrano had eight steals to go with her game-high 18 points, and host

Holy Cross

used a 44-18 spree over the second and third quarters to pull away from

Burlington City

for a 62-28 win.

Allicia Pickett scored 10 points and accounted for four of

Bordentown

's 18 steals as the Scotties doubled up host

Maple Shade

, 44-22.

Cape-Atlantic.

Tara Booker and Sara Mostafa combined for 38 points, and Dana Keister grabbed 13 rebounds as host

Absegami

took over sole possession of the American Conference Division I by routing

Egg Harbor Township

, 61-38.

Joanna Persiano (14 points) and Tiana Cannon (12) paced

Atlantic City

, which jumped on top early and held on to nip host

Hammonton

, 42-38.

Kelly Brady produced 11 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 assists to highlight host

Ocean City

's 54-41 triumph over

Lower Cape May

.

Molly Spadaro made all eight of her free throws in scoring 16 points, and

St. Joseph

turned up its attack in the second half to pull away to a 42-31 victory at

Wildwood Catholic

. Sally O'Donnell scored 19 for the Crusaders.

Colonial.

Emily Grabiak posted 20 points, seven assists and five steals, Annie Maloney made three treys in scoring 16, and Fran Niccoletti grabbed a dozen rebounds to power

Haddonfield

to a 43-32 win at

Gateway

.

Lauren Gregg's 24-point performance keyed

Collingswood

's 44-35 triumph at

Sterling

.

West Deptford

got off to a fast start and, behind 16 points from Jenna Lindsay, was able to dispatch visiting

Paulsboro

, 48-32.

Audubon

thumped host

Lindenwold

, 45-29, behind 18 points from Steph Gies.

Jack Mayer Memorial.

Laquoia Parks led all scorers with 14 points, including 10 in a game-opening 13-2 run, and

Pennsauken Tech

went on to defeat

Medford Tech

, 47-31, in a semifinal at Camden County Tech.

Pennsauken Tech advances to tomorrow's championship game against

Westampton Tech

- a 59-17 winner over host

Camden County Tech

. Amber Spady (15 points), Latese Hickson (12), and Brittany McLeod (11) keyed the Panthers' attack.