Vianca Tejada led all scorers with 25 points, including 11 in a 23-13 second-quarter blitz, as host

Cherry Hill East

clobbered

Coatesville (Pa.)

, 70-31, yesterday in nonleague girls' basketball.

The Cougars converted 16 of 19 shots from the foul line in improving to 3-1 for the season.

In other nonleague action:

Sarah Gardenhire posted 22 points and 10 rebounds and Stephanie Krauss scored 14, guiding host

Delsea

past

St. Joseph

, 44-35.

Marissa DiMarco (24 points), Genevieve Okoro (13) and Morgan Halbruner (11) led the way for

Eastern

in a 62-52 triumph at

Rancocas Valley

. Francesca Lee countered with 21 points for the Red Devils.

Ashley Certo scored 26 of her 32 points during a 46-26 run over the second and third quarters, and Latonya Oliver tossed in 18 to fuel

Overbrook

's 80-44 romp at

Lindenwold

.

Clayton

opened the game with a 15-2 run, and Sharele Anderson (19 points) and Chavonne Sheperd (11) combined to carry the Clippers to a 42-25 victory at

Haddon Heights

.

Mel Mahan scored 9 of her 19 points in

Clearview

's 19-5 opening burst, and the host Pioneers went on to bury

Camden Academy Charter

, 67-30.

Monica Burch and Kyle O'Donnell scored 12 points apiece to help

Sterling

edge host

Hammonton

, 45-39.

Host

Schalick

rode 18 points by Kiana Murillo and 16 by Ashley Hansen to a 56-27 conquest of

Woodbury

.

Rochelle Wescott (15 points) and Latisha Dunkle (14) fueled a 20-8 third-quarter run that enabled

Buena

to pull away from host

Pennsville

, 53-29.

Jenna Lindsay lit up the

Pennsauken Tech

defense for 15 of her 32 points in the third period, highlighting

West Deptford

's 67-41 road win.

Freshman Meghan Nowak fashioned a double-double with 12 points and a dozen rebounds in

Gateway

's 41-31 victory at

Gloucester County Tech

.

Mustang Invitational.

Laura Sweeney had a game-high 18 points and nine other Chiefs made it into the scoring column, as

Cherokee

(4-0) ran out to a 46-4 first-half lead en route to a 72-8 demolition of

J.P. Stevens

in a tournament quarterfinal at Brick Memorial.

Burlington County.

Michelle Lubrano (13 points), Steph Deisley (11) and Brittney Ruliano (10) provided balanced scoring for Holy Cross in a 59-24 victory at Pemberton.

Tri-County.

A 16-10 third-quarter surge and a game-high 13 points from Kristin Jacobs allowed

Gloucester

to pull away from host

Kingsway

, 42-33.