Anthony Berry was scoreless until he sank two free throws with seven seconds remaining, making Pemberton a 57-56 winner at Willingboro yesterday in Burlington County League boys' basketball.

Ransom Eaves (14 points), JaQuan Cummings (12) and Carey Greene (11) supplied the bulk of the scoring for the Hornets, while Jarvis Perry had 17 points and Karee Ferguson posted a double-double for the Chimeras, totaling 14 points and 13 rebounds.

In other Burlington County action:

Quron Pratt had 19 points and Steven Morris scored 16 for Palmyra, which started fast and then held on to down host Delran, 66-53.

Bordentown erased an early deficit with a 21-8 second-quarter surge and went on to win, 63-37, at Northern Burlington. Joe Ricks (13 points), Casey Nunez (12) and Robert Pina (10) provided double-digit scoring for the Scotties.


Sophomore guard Joe Bodnar knocked down eight shots from beyond the arc in scoring a game-high 26 points as the host Renegades ran away from Paul VI, 77-54.

Matt Lopez scored 10 of his 15 points in a key third-quarter burst that put Washington Township on course for a 67-55 victory at Winslow Township. Rick Hudson (19 points) and Nick Favatella (16) also figured prominently for the Minutemen.

Marcus Jones led the way with 21 points as host Seneca turned back Pennsauken, 64-47.


Dylan Colgate and Marcus Corbitt scored 18 points apiece and Kevin Gibbs contributed 10 points and 15 rebounds for host Pitman, which improved to 3-0 in cruising past Wildwood, 66-52. The Warriors wasted a 25-point effort by Matt Schiff.

Eric Cassidy celebrated his first victory as Schalick's coach, thanks to clutch free throws by Terry Boone (19 points) and a 31-12 fourth-quarter blitz that lifted the Cougars over visiting Clayton, 57-54.

Derrick Parsley tossed in 23 points to spark Salem's 50-24 romp past visiting Gloucester.


Host Middle Township received scoring from a dozen players, led by Ryan McCusker's 17 points, in routing Buena, 87-47. Tyler Hillgrube poured in 23 points for the Chiefs.


Tyriek Bullock (15 points), Dan Wilson (14) and Shaun Lowe (11) led the way in Overbrook's 61-51 win at Triton.

Kevin Janowski led all scorers with 22 points and Desmond Hubert came through with 18 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots to highlight New Egypt's 59-40 rout of visiting Moorestown Friends.


Jordan Peoples had the quickest of Seneca's five pins, flattening his opponent at 130 pounds in 48 seconds, as the Golden Eagles crushed host Camden, 75-6, in an Olympic Conference match.