Stefanie Bingham of Willingboro opened the South Jersey girls' basketball season with a 36-point outburst, but host Cinnaminson ended a long drought against its Burlington County League rival yesterday with a 61-52 win.
Christine Gannon (18 points), Kelly Baker (16) and Erin Fitzpatrick (11) supplied the bulk of the scoring for the Pirates.
In other Burlco action:
Robin Perkins (15 points) and Alexis Peterson (14) supplied the bulk of the scoring for Medford Tech, but the visitors needed a free throw by Angie Taylor with 11 seconds remaining to prevail, 42-41, at Pemberton.
Lisa Priest scored 13 of her 15 points in the final period, including a 6-for-6 effort at the foul line, to lift host Burlington City over New Egypt, 42-37.
Francesca Lee (22 points) outdueled Moorestown's Wendy Garrett (18 points) in leading Rancocas Valley to a 45-34 home win.
Taylor Umbrell scored 19 and Taryn Hatchett contributed 18 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds as host Delran drubbed Westampton Tech, 80-42.
Junior guard Ashley Margraf buried six shots from beyond the arc in scoring 20 points, and host Bishop Eustace used a 20-9 second quarter to pull away to a 68-47 victory over Camden. Annie Payton's 16 points paced the Panthers.
Christina Foggie made four three-pointers to lead all scorers with 24 points and Moira Antony added 13 points, including a pair of treys, as Lenape pulled away from host Cherry Hill East, 54-45. Genevieve Boisvert scored 17 for the Cougars.
Senior Shawna Wert (13 points) and her twin sister Dana (10) joined Ashley Geidemann (12) and Rachel Armor (10) in double-figure scoring for Washington Township, which rolled to a 60-32 win at Pennsauken.
Senior forward Kira Maier picked up 12 of her 16 points in the first half, starting Shawnee on its way to a 55-41 triumph at Triton.
Junior forward Chelsea Grover picked up 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists in host Seneca's 48-15 romp past Cherry Hill West.
Senior forward Jesse Frazier posted a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds for host Holy Spirit - which shot 50 percent from the field in routing Lower Cape May, 60-27.
Kelly Brady (17 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals) and Shannon Lane (15 points, 8 rebounds) combined to score 16 in a game-opening 26-4 run as host Ocean City swamped Millville, 67-14.
Taylor Thompson tossed in 22 points to key Our Lady of Mercy's 70-41 victory at Cape May Tech. Kerry Player countered with 19 points for Tech.
Marisa Kinsey's 12 points paced a balanced attack by host Gloucester Catholic, which shook off a slow start to defeat Glassboro, 56-48. The Bulldogs' Ashlee Willis had 24 points.
Shalisa Hill totaled 25 points, 13 steals and a dozen rebounds to highlight host Penns Grove's 69-13 rout of Pennsville.
Shaqui Coppage (20 points) netted nine in a 21-4 third-quarter blitz that sent host Salem sailing past Wildwood, 58-31.