Josh Devine-Minus had a breakout game, drilling eight three-point baskets and capping his 27-point outburst by scoring seven in the fourth and final overtime period, as Camden outlasted Gloucester Catholic, 61-56, on Thursday in the Virginia Whitaker boys' basketball showcase at Cherry Hill East.

Devine-Minus had a total of 24 points through the Panthers' first four games of the season, but the junior forward riddled the Rams defense from long range while also grabbing a dozen rebounds. Chris Sacchetti (18 points) and Robbie Alessandrine (15) paced Gloucester Catholic, which led by 12-2 in the first quarter.

In the other game at Cherry Hill East, Marc Schlessel and Jake Gurkin combined for 31 points to help the host Cougars hold off Williamstown, 45-41. Dave Mikanda, with 21 points, led the Braves on a late charge.

Boardwalk Classic. Cedric Elleby posted 37 points, 16 rebounds, 3 blocks, and a pair of steals for Delsea, which overcame a slow start to pull out a 62-52 victory over Wilmington Christian in a Ray Martin Bracket semifinal.

Westampton Tech also advanced to Friday's title game, getting 21 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 steals from Shaun Russell in vanquishing Vineland, 58-47.

Ocean City was defenseless in the Bill Osborn Bracket championship game, allowing Archbishop Ryan to connect on 11 three-pointers and shoot 54 percent from the field en route to a 52-33 win.

The third-place game saw Adonius Melvins total 17 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists, while Isaac Merriel and Phil Mayhue cleared 10 boards apiece in Winslow Township's 45-38 win over Pleasantville.

Jameer Nelson philly.com/Rally Classic. Mike Greenman picked up 11 of his 27 points in a 20-6 fourth-quarter blitz, rallying St. Augustine past Shipley, 46-41, at Plymouth Whitemarsh.

Warrior Classic. Kennedy Chukwuocha and Elijah Cain combined for 25 points for Medford Tech, which put the championship game away early in handling host New Egypt, 52-35.

Delran Tournament. Alex Irvin (10 points) was the lone double-figure scorer for Northern Burlington, but the Greyhounds still had enough offense to nose out Pemberton, 45-44, for the title.

Lenape Showcase. Wes Kerr's 26 points and a 35-20 spree over the second and third quarters paved the way for Moorestown's 72-49 rout of Seneca.

Billy Griffin knocked down three shots from beyond the arc in scoring 18 points, and Haddonfield rode a fast start to a 65-43 triumph over Highland.

Michael Tucker Tournament. Florence took command early and saw Kevin Allison (18 points) pace four scorers in double figures, as the Flashes danced past Bordentown, 69-47, in the title game.

Mike Jacobs had a game-high 20 points, but the host Scotties weren't able to overcome an early 14-point deficit.

Tournament of Peace. The tandem of Marquise McCormick (12 points) and Cody Morrone (10) led Washington Township, which converted 12 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to wrap up a 43-35 championship game win over host Pitman.

Deandre Dredden tossed in 18 points, and Ray Cross battled inside for 11 points and 11 rebounds, highlighting Overbrook's 67-48 rout of Palmyra in the third-place game.

Garnet and Gold Tournament. Josh Young garnered most valuable player honors with 17 points, and Derrick Wright came through with 8 of his 14 points down the stretch, as Burlington City put away GAMP, 55-42, in the consolation game at Haddon Heights.