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Camden County Tech edges Medford Tech, 24-23, in girls' basketball

Despite a two-point fourth quarter, Camden County Tech held on for a 24-23 victory Monday against Medford Tech in a nonleague, girls' basketball game.

Despite a two-point fourth quarter, Camden County Tech held on for a 24-23 victory Monday against Medford Tech in a nonleague, girls' basketball game.

Medford Tech had an opportunity to win the game, but turned the ball over on an inbounds pass with five seconds left.

The game was a part of the New Jersey Vocational Tournament at Westampton Tech.

In other nonleague play, Jamie Campbell racked up 23 points to propel Cinnaminson to a 49-47 win over visiting Woodstown.

Naja Treadwell and Melissa Tarte added 12 and 10 points, respectively, for Cinnaminson, which led wire-to-wire.

Chanelle Perry contributed in a number of ways for Woodrow Wilson in its 60-28 home win over Chester.

In addition to her 28 points, Perry grabbed seven rebounds, dished out six assists, blocked four shots, and had two steals.

Host Pennsville knocked off Lindenwold, 28-25, with the help of Alyssa Whipkey's 10 points.

Sisters Ellie and Molly O'Neill combined for 32 points in Collingswood's 37-14 win against visiting GCIT.

Kennedy Johnson went for 26 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to lead host Sacred Heart past Atlantic County Tech, 60-23.

Alexis Sears scored a game-high 16 points to lead Lenape past visiting Haddon Township, 48-41.

Dominique Ward scored 19 points to lead Rancocas Valley to a 66-20 win at Pennsauken.

Elo Edeforika grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked six shots for Life Center, which topped visiting Bishop McDevitt, 62-22.

Olympic National. Taylor Hudspeth shot her way to a game-high 24 points and led Bishop Eustace to a 62-51 win at Seneca.

Boys' Basketball

LEAP Academy Chartet's Jared Ray drilled seven three-pointers in a losing effort against visiting Northern Burlington, which earned a 77-61 nonleague victory.

Ray finished with a game-high 29 points while Stephon Gadiare led Northern Burlington with 26 points.

In other nonleague play, Jaquay Green scored 20 points and Camden County Tech picked up a 66-47 win over visiting Audubon.

Ladarrell Dixon led Oakcrest's balanced scoring attack with nine points and the Falcons led the whole game, winning at Lower Cape May, 54-26.

Burlington County Freedom. Greg Kousoulis scored 15 points and dished out seven assists in Holy Cross' 65-57 victory over visiting New Egypt.

Brandon Rowe had a double-double for the Lancers, scoring 15 points and pulling down 10 boards.

Cape-Atlantic National. St. Joseph built a substantial early lead and cruised to a 69-40 win at Buena.

Charlie Riccardi scored 19 points for St. Joseph, which led by 19 at halftime and 38 after three quarters.

Olympic National. Tom Falconiero scored 16 points in Bishop Eustace's 64-36 win over visiting Seneca.


Sam Kelly, James Livecchi, Bob Tegan, Devin McGonagle, and Louis Arernsberg had pins for Audubon in its 49-21 nonleague win at Sterling.

In another nonleague match, Cherry Hill East's Jon Minion needed just 48 seconds to pin his opponent in the Cougars' 54-17 win against Seneca.