Mickel Orr made half of his eight three-point shots in a 23-point effort and also dished out five assists, guiding host Cherry Hill West past Northern Burlington, 70-44, yesterday in the first round of the Reds Jordan boys' basketball Classic.

Garrett Kerr made 9 of 12 foul shots and gave Moorestown 19 points and 20 rebounds during a 51-38 semifinal win over Haddon Township.

Virginia Whitaker. Host Cherry Hill East used an 18-7 second quarter and Chris Santo's 19-point game to wrap up a 48-39 win over Gloucester Catholic in the first day of the showcase event.

Lenape. Junior guard Brad Robertson came off the Lenape bench and scored all of his 10 points in a 23-12 fourth period, boosting the Indians past Cardinal Dougherty (Pa.), 53-36.

Bishop Eustace dealt Sterling an 85-49 setback behind Pat Vasturia's 22 points and Sho DaSilva's 19 points among 10 Crusaders scorers.

Elijah Bonsignor led Kingsway's offense with 20 points, and the Dragons' defense keyed a 33-8 first-half run, sending Burlington City to a 50-40 loss.

Paul VI. Anthony D'Orazio tossed in 21 points to lead five Camden Catholic scorers in double figures, and Tim Crawford notched 17 points and 10 rebounds en route to a 95-69 win over George Washington (Pa.).

Cumberland Colt. The host Colts advanced to the title game by rallying from a 34-28 halftime deficit and knocking off Pope John XXIII, 64-56. Keith Karol's 23 points led Cumberland.

Red Bank Regional. Pennsauken moved into tomorrow's final of the eight-team tournament by beating Shore Regional, 55-48. The Indians' Frank Smalls had 18 points and nine rebounds, and combined with Marcus Jones for 18 points in a decisive 24-17 fourth quarter.


Kyle Klaus and Kevin Gregorio each won three times on the mat as host Haddonfield won two of three nonleague matches in a quad meet.

The Bulldogs topped Perth Amboy, 39-20, and whipped Steinert, 64-12, but dropped a 37-22 verdict to Long Branch. Klaus had two decisions and a 28-second pin at 112 pounds, and Gregorio added a pin and two major decisions at 119.

Girls' Basketball

Top-ranked Eastern suffered its first loss of the season, 49-46, to Friends' Central (Pa.) in the Bracket E semifinals of the Boardwalk Classic held at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

Vikings star Genevieve Okoro battled foul trouble in finishing with 17 points, five rebounds and two blocks, while Nia Blevins shot 6 for 15 from the field in scoring 13 points for Eastern (3-1).

Friends' Central (6-1) was led by Monaye Merritt (18 points) and Talia East (16 points, 13 rebounds).

Ocean City fell in the other bracket semifinal, 44-30, to Nazareth Academy. Julia Duggan collected 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Red Raiders, who saw an 11-5 lead evaporate in Nazareth's 18-4 second-quarter blitz.

In other Boardwalk Classic action:

Nikki Angelo dealt five assists and sank five three-pointers in scoring a game-high 17, as Camden Catholic jumped on top early and cruised to a 56-35 semifinal rout of North Penn at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

Serifat Junaid posted a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds and Kelsey Kilpatrick added 10 points for the Irish, who will meet Vineland in today's Bracket D title game.

Alicia Cox totaled 23 points, nine rebounds and five steals as Vineland slammed Salem in the other semifinal, 57-40.

Eastern States Invitational. Briyona Canty poured in 30 points for host Trenton Catholic, which closed with a 25-13 run to battle past Lenape, 61-56.

Christina Foggie's 18 points paced the Indians, who will face Cherokee - which suffered a 57-47 loss to Colts Neck - in today's third-place game.

Deptford Spartan Classic. The trio of Marie Boisvert (15 points), Sara Gurkin (11) and Genevieve Boisvert (10) powered Cherry Hill East past Gloucester Catholic, 41-33, and into tomorrow night's title game against host Deptford.

The Spartans' Samantha Morris dominated the nightcap, tossing in 26 points in a 55-28 rout of West Deptford.

Mount Holly Rotary. Host Rancocas Valley ran out to a 21-2 lead and, behind the scoring of Natalia Lee (16 points) and Jaz Lewis (10), never looked back in burying Notre Dame, 59-32.

Rancocas Valley will face Delran in the title game.