Carson Puriefoy's long-range shooting ignited Bishop Eustace's comeback from a 13-point halftime deficit and the Crusaders stunned host Cherry Hill East, 64-62, on Wednesday in Olympic Conference boys' basketball.
East, ranked No. 8 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, broke on top, 41-28, at intermission. But Chris Santo, who finished with 26 points and 10 rebounds, fouled out with the game tied with 1 minute, 15 seconds left.
Puriefoy hit a pair of threes in a 23-point performance, and Sho DaSilva chipped in with 18 points.
Also in the Olympic, Shawnee knocked off host Seneca, 67-50, with Joe Bodnar's 31-point game in which he connected on eight three-point baskets.
Triton's Dominic Scafidi tied the game in regulation on a put-back with 45 seconds left, but host Woodrow Wilson prevailed in overtime, 88-82. Xavier Robinson, a 6-foot-4 senior center, scored eight of his 26 points in the extra period.
Lenape followed Jeff Dinich's 17 points points and Brad Robertson's 10 to a 54-42 success against visiting Camden Catholic.
Cherokee kept host Camden winless, 47-31, as Bryan Cooper scored half of his 16 points in a 15-4 second quarter.
Avery Walker (12) hit a late layup to put Eastern ahead by four points and the Vikings subdued visiting Pennsauken, 64-60.
Rob Poole's 22 points fueled Paul VI's 43-31 success at Cherry Hill West.
Tri-County. Ninth-ranked Kingsway slipped past visiting Williamstown, 55-54, on Troy Jenkins' game-winning layup at the buzzer. Jenkins, who scored nine of his 13 points in a 35-20 second-half comeback, took an assist from Rondell Gilmore for the winning basket.
Clayton won a thriller, edging visiting Schalick, 75-73, when Dan Reed tipped in a missed layup by Christian Klumpp with four seconds to play. Down by 16 after one period, Schalick rallied with Kyle Philo's (29) 12 points in a 34-15 third quarter.
Dave Summerton hit two of his seven three-point baskets in overtime, allowing Clearview to escape with a 60-52 thriller at Highland. The Tartans' Tyree Brown, a 6-foot-3 swingman, collected 20 rebounds and tied the game at the end of regulation with a three-point play.
Center Ryan Schoppy combined 13 points with 10 rebounds and guard Mike Okafor grabbed nine boards while guiding Gloucester Catholic past visiting Glassboro, 55-35.
The Rams' Robbie Alessandrine added 17 points, four assists and three steals.
Dylan Colgate piled up a career-best 31 points and also hauled in 20 rebounds, Luke Dickson scored 22 points, and Joe Kelly added 10 rebounds for Pitman in a 67-48 victory at Wildwood.
Delsea's Cedric Elleby registered a double-double of 12 points and 20 rebounds, and also blocked four shots in a 55-51 win over visiting Cumberland.
Burlington County. Danny Rodriguez scored 23 points over the two middle periods on his way to a 29-point game, guiding Burlington Township past visiting Delran, 70-51.
Nonleague. Overbrook got a hot start as James Bullock nailed six treys in the first quarter, leading to a 79-50 win at Audubon. Bullock finished with 28 points and the Rams had 11 threes.
Bordentown swept five weight classes from Shawn Gavin's decision at 145 pounds to Matt Bauer's 10-0 major decision at 215 to account for 25 of Bordentown's points in a 40-24 Burlington County League win over visiting Rancocas Valley.
Willingboro's 53-24 win over visiting Pemberton featured a technical fall from Tyler Scotton (140), and 8-6 decision by Glenn Wallace (145) over the Hornets' Freddy Gomez.
Cape-Atlantic. Coley O'Brien secured a 15-0 technical fall in the opening bout at 130 pounds, and Dan Pettit (140) and Kevin Day (171) notched first-minute pins as Ocean City topped host Millville, 45-30.
Nonleague. Paulsboro dealt visiting Oakcrest a 52-14 setback behind close decisions by Jovanni Arroyo (119) and Ryan Dick (171). heavyweight Nick Curl hurried to a 25-second pin.
Mainland got first-period pins by Eric Lands at 135 and Brendan O'Hara at 140, and capitalized on four forfeits to beat visiting Bishop Eustace, 46-33.