Moorestown claimed six individual championships in locking up the team title, and 171-pound winner Zach Agostino of Egg Harbor Township was named the outstanding wrestler yesterday in the Pioneer Wrestling Tournament at Clearview.

Tim Mahaney (112 pounds), P.J. Schmidt (119), Mike Evans (125), Andrew Supko (135), Joe Minnick (140) and A.J. Thomas (189) each took gold for the Quakers.

Clayton was the team runner-up by virtue of five second-place, three third-place, and five fourth-place finishes. Egg Harbor Township, with five wins, was third in the final standings.

Pine Barrens Tournament.

Brandon Johnston's pin at 189 pounds sealed the deal for Delran, which had six wrestlers take titles to edge out Cherokee for the team crown in the tournament held at Shawnee.

Patriot Duals.

Host Bordentown recorded six pins in blasting Barnegat, 55-24, in the finals.

Jason Cassidy took the 130-pound bout in 35 seconds for the quickest of the Scotties' five first-period falls.

Bishop Eustace edged Cumberland for third place based on criteria, while Lindenwold beat back Burlington City for fifth.

South Brunswick Tournament.

Heavyweight Mike Dwyer's pin enabled Cinnaminson to hold off a late surge by Warren Hills, 42-39, and his fall in the final bout gave the Pirates a 33-30 victory over South Brunswick.


Dave DeStefano starred at 135 pounds for Hammonton with two pins and a technical fall, as the Blue Devils hammered Gloucester Catholic, 61-13, leveled Lower Cape May, 43-21, and pounded host Paul VI, 60-10.

Sean Laughlin was a triple winner for Paul VI, which knocked off Gloucester Catholic, 47-30, and fell to Lower Cape May, 42-31.


John Flacco's fifth three-point basket of the game - with eight seconds left in overtime - gave Audubon a dramatic 69-66 nonleague boys' basketball win over visiting Girard Academic Music Program (GAMP) of Philadelphia.

The Green Wave connected on a dozen three-pointers, including four by T.J. Tassi (22 points) and three from Brandon Hill (19), who helped offset a 44-point explosion by GAMP guard Laron Byrd.

In other nonleague action, Cinnaminson dealt visiting Northwest Prep an 86-67 setback behind Mike Gallo's 15 points and eight rebounds, Ryan Rickus' seven assists and Mark Tumas' game-high 25 points.

Bishop Eustace rebounded from Friday's loss to Camden with a 67-46 win over visiting Emily Fisher Charter. The Crusaders had 20 assists, led by Bob Falconiero's eight, and Pat Vasturia scored 23.

In their first games after transferring to Cape May Tech, Aaron Freeman had 32 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and four steals, and Lou Sotomayor added 23 points en route to an 85-55 win at Maple Shade. Dom Fiorentino chipped in with 11 points and 14 boards.


Gloucester Catholic survived being blanked in the first quarter by rallying to clip visiting Pennsville, 34-30. Tim Segich grabbed 11 rebounds, Colin Kelly scored 12 points, and the Rams made six of nine fourth-quarter foul shots.

Jack Mayer Memorial.

In the tournament at Camden County Tech, Medford Tech beat the host Warriors, 76-44, with Lamaine Cooper's 18 points topping four Jaguars in double figures.

Medford Tech will face Westampton Tech in tomorrow's title game after the Panthers knocked off Pennsauken Tech, 38-33. Derek Johnson paced Westampton with 12 points in a game that was tied entering the final period.

Ocean City PBA Weekend.

Frank Nock had 19 points and four steals, sparking Bridgeton to a 54-49 comeback win over Willingboro in the showcase tournament at Ocean City. Willingboro's Jarvis Perry had 21 points.