Shanika White's jumper with nine seconds left in regulation gave host Overbrook a 35-33 win over Lindenwold yesterday in Colonial Conference girls' basketball.
White finished with eight points while teammate Michelle Foster topped the Rams' balanced attack with nine points. Lindenwold wasted an 18-point effort by Micaela Moore.
Ocean City Tipoff.
Jessie Mooers contributed 12 points, eight rebounds, and three blocked shots as Middle Township outlasted Mainland, 47-41.
Michele Stafford (16 points) and Erin Summers (12) provided long-range scoring for Pitman in a 37-31 victory at Gloucester County Tech.
Westampton Tech Tournament.
Latese Hickson (22 points) teamed with Amber Spady (19) to power host Westampton Tech past Camden County Tech, 82-26, in a semifinal game.
The tandem of Monica Roeder (16 points) and Erin Farrell (15) fueled Cherokee's 67-32 rout of Monroe Township.
Ranney School Tournament.
Olivia Hall's nine points helped Doane Academy edge host Ranney School, 26-24, in the championship game.
Host Bridgeton opened its season with an offensive onslaught, running out to a 23-6 lead en route to a 64-30 win over Schalick. Shadasia Farrell poured in 22 points while Tahira Walker and Jimmeana Loatman netted 15 each for the Bulldogs. Maddie McComb grabbed 20 rebounds to go with her career-high 10 points, and she combined with Sara DeCinque (11 points) to fuel a 20-7 second-quarter surge, as host Haddon Township conquered Kingsway, 51-39.
Annie Payton made four shots from beyond the arc in scoring 27, and Diamonique Carr (14 points) and Jasmine Inge (12) also had hot hands as host Camden crushed Engineering and Science (Philadelphia), 68-40.
Tori Malpezzi's 10 points and nine steals paced a balanced attack as Woodstown buried host Buena, 49-27. Beth Humenik added 11 points and seven rebounds, and the Wolverines received 10 points apiece from Sarah Hepler and Chelsea Norbuts.
Deptford saved its best for last, closing with a 27-7 run to finish off host Pemberton, 65-32. Jaleesa Bundy had 24 points for the Spartans, with Samantha Morris picking up 12 of her 18 points in the fourth-quarter blitz.
Genevieve Boisvert torched the Oakcrest defense for 26 points, as Cherry Hill East opened the game with a 24-6 spree and didn't let up in coasting to a 70-44 victory.