Taylor Walker tossed in 21 points, freshman Haley Parks bettered her previous single-game high by one point - finishing with 17 - and Williamstown ran its Tri-County Conference Royal Division record to 3-0 by conquering host Kingsway, 57-39, on Thursday in girls' basketball.

Taylor Bynoe added nine rebounds for the Braves, while Kingsway's Caroline Otten led all scorers with 22 points.

In other Tri-County Conference games:

Madison McCormick fueled a 20-6 second-quarter spree by scoring 12 of her 25 points, and Gloucester never looked back in slamming host Salem, 51-29.

Pitman's Beth Patrick outscored Wildwood's Jessica Freeman, 23-21, and joined Karlie Crispin (18 points) in guiding the Panthers to a 63-51 road win.

Sara Kramer led all scorers with eight points, allowing Clearview to battle past host Highland, 29-19.

Nikki Adams (11 points) provided clutch foul shooting in the fourth quarter of Schalick's 28-19 triumph at Clayton.

Cape-Atlantic. Morgan Mulholland (17 points) made both of her shots from the field and all four of her free throws in the third quarter, enabling host Wildwood Catholic to pull away from Buena, 41-33.

Nonleague. Holy Cross played five scorers in double figures, with Aliyah and Ashli Jeune leading the way with 13 points apiece, as the host Lancers doubled up Burlington Township, 64-32. Jaz Johnson added 12 points while Alliya Butts and Amanda Offenback had 10 apiece in the rout.

Alisha Fox fired in 21 points and Siani Nicholson netted 13 for host Gateway, which took control with a 16-2 second-quarter spree and didn't look back in pounding Pennsville, 47-32. Taylor Henze had a dozen points for the Eagles.

Haddon Heights had 11 players score, headed by Nadja Riggs' 18 points, in cruising to a 59-26 victory at Camden Academy Charter. Amy Loyola had 18 points for the hosts.

Danesha Triplett and Maddie Stebich combined for 25 points and Woodbury reeled off a 16-6 fourth-quarter run to put away Pleasantville, 39-22.

Jamie Campbell drained three shots from beyond the arc in scoring 17, and Cinnaminson came on strong in the final period to pull away to a 42-34 win at Moorestown.