Danny Rodriguez ignited a big second-half comeback that rallied Burlington Township to a 60-56 win over host Haddon Heights in the championship game of the Garnet and Gold Holiday boys' basketball tournament on Wednesday.

Heights built a 31-22 halftime lead behind all-tournament selections Michael Pitts (17 points) and Shaquan Hall, before the Falcons put together a 19-8 third quarter to take the lead.

Rodriguez, the tournament MVP, scored 13 of his 22 points in the third period, Jalon Wilson finished with 15 points and teammate Avery Holliday also made the all-tournament squad.

Boardwalk Classic. Lower Cape May held Archbishop Wood (Pa.) to 11 second-half points and escaped with a 33-30 stunner in a Showcase game at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

The Tigers scored the last five points of the game as Brandon Pascucci, who was 1 for 7 from the field, hit a three-point shot for his only basket with 44 seconds left and added two foul shots with 2 seconds to go.

Penns Grove swept its two games in the Bill Osborn Bracket with a 67-41 success against Pleasantville. Ge'Shawn Davis scored 20 points, Ameer Sorrell had 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Malcolm Chase chipped in with 17 points, six boards and four assists.

Audubon Tournament. Napolean Blamon had a double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds to take the tournament MVP award and lead Cinnaminson (5-0) to a 64-55 championship win over Moorestown Friends (4-1) in a battle of unbeatens.

Stefano Okoro's 25 points topped four Gloucester players in double figures in the Lions' 67-52 consolation win over host Audubon.

Tournament of Peace. Washington Township gave new coach Matt Kiser his first win and grabbed a berth in the title game with a 56-44 triumph over Palmyra. Kaevon Pleasant gave the Minutemen a game-high 18 points.

Girls' Basketball

Karlie Crispin's three-pointer pulled Pitman even with 12 seconds left, but Woodstown's Lauren Husser sank the go-ahead basket four seconds later and the Wolverines held on to win the Tournament of Peace, 44-42, at Pitman.

Husser, who was named the tournament's most valuable player, also grabbed 10 rebounds in recording her fifth consecutive double-double.

James G. Atkinson Tournament. Jasmine Martin of Timber Creek lit up the scoreboard with 26 points, but Kingsway's balanced attack enabled the Dragons to prevail, 45-42, in the title game at Gloucester County College.

Allie Bradian's 14 points topped Kingsway's scoring, with Liz Faulkner chipping in 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Heather Juhring and Taylor Johnson combining for 16 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.

Delsea Tournament. Tourney MVP Monica Burch converted five three throws down the stretch to finish with 20 points, and Sterling used a 22-9 fourth-quarter run to overtake Delsea, 46-37, and claim the championship.

Huntingdon Valley Rotary. Freshman shooting guard Ashli Jeune knocked down five treys and scored 12 of her 23 points in the first half to spark Holy Cross to a 51-41 win over Harriton for the title at Lower Moreland (Pa.).

Wrestling

Hammonton's Brian Beebe, seeded third at 215 pounds, used a 3-2 overtime decision to beat top-seeded Jacaar McCargo of L.C. Bird (Va.) and help the Blue Devils clip Middle Township by 31/2 points for the team title at the Overbrook Holiday Tournament.

Haddon Township Tournament. Ron Hoover (140) celebrated his 100th career victory and teammate Steve Nelson (171) was named the Outstanding Wrestler in leading host Haddon Township to the title.