Cape May Tech

extended the best start in the history of its boys' basketball program yesterday by throttling visiting

Camden County Tech

, 69-35, in a nonleague game.

Robby Davis led the way for the 4-0 Hawks, dealing 11 assists and knocking down four shots from beyond the arc in scoring a game-high 22 points. Gary Farrow contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds and Dominic Fiorentino added 10 points and eight rebounds in the win.

Oscar Herring made three treys and finished with 15 points for Camden County Tech.

In other nonleague action:

Mike Bersch (20 points) and Andre Byrdsong (14) combined for nine points in overtime for

Rancocas Valley

, which squandered a lead late in regulation but recovered to defeat host


, 65-56. Jamaul Edmonds scored five of his nine points to fuel the Braves' fourth-quarter rally.

Bobby Harris picked up half of his game-high 22 points in a 23-7 first-quarter blitz that started host


on its way to an 82-37 rout of

Northwest Prep



received double-figure scoring from Donal Cisrow (17 points), James Kent (12), and Derrick Carter (11) in cruising to a 56-45 win at


. Erik Norquist and Jayson Taylor scored 12 apiece for the Golden Eagles.


Jon Coppage scored 14, Ishmael Clark had 13 points, and Dominique Roy netted 11 as

Penns Grove

built an early nine-point lead and held on to defeat host


, 53-45. Nate Boyd's 11-point, eight-rebound effort paced the Bulldogs.

Dylan Bowman had 14 points to lead four


scorers in double figures, as the host Pioneers ran out to a 32-15 lead en route to a 92-43 romp past


. Nevin Potts (13 points), Marcus Coates (11), and Adrian Branch (10) aided the barrage.


opened with a 21-10 run and added a 31-13 third-quarter spree in cruising, 82-51, at


. Hershal Phillips (16 points), Erv Ezell (15), Jared Winningham (12), and Maurice Clark (11) shouldered the Spartans' scoring load.

Burlington County.

Quincy Young buried three long-range shots in scoring 13 points and Justin Swidowski scored 11 to help host

Holy Cross



, 43-19. Matt Emerson had 11 points for the Quakers.