S. Jersey Girls | L. Cape May tops Paul VI to win tourney bracket
Lower Cape May's defensive pressure in the fourth quarter held Paul VI without a field goal until 25 seconds remained, allowing the Tigers to take the championship game of the Ocean Cup girls' bracket, 35-26, yesterday in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Lower Cape May
's defensive pressure in the fourth quarter held
without a field goal until 25 seconds remained, allowing the Tigers to take the championship game of the Ocean Cup girls' bracket, 35-26, yesterday in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Stephanie Dugan had 17 points and Victoria Wermuth added 10 points and eight rebounds in the win.
In the consolation game, Laura Gomez sank the go-ahead bucket with 18 seconds to go as
, 41-39, in double overtime. When the teams met by the beach last season, the Tartans topped Bridgeton in triple overtime.
John Carlson Memorial.
Danielle Barber posted 19 points and five steals for
, which forced 23 turnovers in pulling away from
, 53-21, in the title game in Wildwood.
Laura Sweeney (20 points) and Tiffany Turner (14) each grabbed 10 rebounds and Tara Mangold dealt nine assists to key
's 71-40 semifinal romp over host
. Monica Roeder added 15 points for the Chiefs, who will face Hunterdon Central in tomorrow's finale.
Michelle Lubrano tossed in 15 points and Kara Hinkelmon (12 points) sank three of the Lancers' six treys, as
took command in cruising past
Holy Cross will meet host
in today's championship game. The Quakers rode Charlotte Fuller's 18 points to a 44-34 victory over
West Windsor-Plainsboro South
Tournament of Peace.
needed every bit of Mary Beato's 26-point performance to defeat
, 52-47, and set up today's championship matchup with
The Rams rolled over
, 60-40, getting 21 points and 24 rebounds from Latonya Oliver, 17 points from Alyssa Vanore, and 13 points by Ashley Certo. Lakiya Artis scored 18 for the Panthers.
Pioneer Hoops Classic.
Senior Allison Toczylowski scored a career-high 26 points in leading host
to a 67-38 triumph over
Tomorrow's title game will also feature
, which received 23 points from Bethany Humenik in a 49-26 trampling of
Aubrey Orlandin's 18 points led the way as the host Crusaders pounded
will face Delsea in tonight's championship, after Kyle O'Donnell (14 points) scored six in a 16-5 fourth-quarter blitz that propelled the Silver Knights past
Shamira Rothmiller poured in 26 points and was joined in double-figure scoring by teammates Stephanie Gardner (16 points), Natiara Willis (11), and Ashlee Willis (10) in powering
, 68-47, in a semifinal at Gloucester County College.
prevailed in the other semifinal against
, 51-43, behind 16 points by Jasmine Martin and 11 points apiece by Lindsay Steele and Tiffany Jones.
Cora Delfini hit the game-winning shot at the final buzzer, helping host
fell in the other semifinal, 44-26, to
Salem County Tournament.
Shaniece Banks led all scorers with 24 points and Portia Sacks came through with 12 points and 15 rebounds, allowing
to pull away from
, 57-36. Dawn Curry scored 21 for the Eagles.
In the other semifinal, Shayla Llanos and Che'Na Thompson had 16 points apiece as
Sparkles Jones and Dominique Sellers scored 17 apiece to send the host Thundering Herd past
Michael J. Tucker Tournament.
Latese Hickson's 13 points paced
, which opened the game with a 20-6 run en route to a 53-27 triumph over
fell in the other semi, 53-34, to
Brooke Szymanski tossed in 15 points and Steph Gies scored 14, sparking the host Green Wave to a 43-24 semifinal win over
earned a spot opposite Audubon in today's championship game, with Erin McAdams picking up 13 of her game-high 17 points in the second half of the Lions' 56-45 win over
Hopewell Valley Tournament.
Katie Carty (20 points), Jillian Asay (14), and Ashanti Vaughn (11) provided the bulk of the scoring in
's 54-35 semifinal rout of