Taylor Holmes made three three-point baskets in scoring 17, and Brianna Wylie had 14 points for host Lenape, which used a 31-21 second-half surge to defeat Camden Catholic, 50-41, on Wednesday in Olympic Conference interdivision girls' basketball.

In other Olympic crossover action:

Kamari Talley totaled 24 points, 12 rebounds, and four steals, and Chanelle Perry posted 22 points, five rebounds, and four steals in powering host Woodrow Wilson past Triton, 72-30.

Kylie and Kelly Giedemann scored 17 points apiece in Washington Township's 62-23 romp past visiting Winslow Township.

Led by Brittany Snow's 21 points, host Seneca snapped a halftime tie and went on to slam Shawnee, 50-34. Taylor Watson chipped in 13 points for the Golden Eagles.

Taylor McGlashan came out firing in the second half, scoring 8 of her 18 points in the third quarter to allow Cherokee to pull away to a 57-36 win at Camden. Claudia Sunkett's 15 points paced the Panthers.

Paul VI downed host Cherry Hill West, 29-16, behind 10 points by Morgan Harris.

Megan Parker and Danielle Genay scored 11 points apiece to key Eastern's 33-23 home win over Pennsauken.

Burlington County. Kelly Yanucil (14 points) and Alexia McTamney (13) supplied the bulk of the scoring for Bordentown, which opened the game on a 21-4 run and went on to a 53-31 win at Florence.

Colonial. Anyssa Sanchez (12 points) accounted for all of Sterling's scoring in the second quarter, as the Silver Knights jumped on top early and went on to edge host Haddonfield, 33-25. Maddie Betley's 13 points paced the Bulldogs.

Cape-Atlantic. Julia Duggan came up with six assists, five rebounds, and four steals to go with her game-high 24 points, and Reilly Larkin and Emily Duggan scored 13 points each as host Ocean City hammered Hammonton, 55-13.

Mariya Ruban grabbed nine rebounds and scored 14 points to pave the way for Our Lady of Mercy's 42-18 triumph at Bridgeton.

Nonleague. Kelcie Evans picked up 7 of her 15 points in a 15-3 second-quarter spree that gave host Moorestown Friends the lead for good in a 38-34 victory over Palmyra. Sophia Aguilar added a dozen points for the Foxes, who improved to 3-0.