Woodstown dominated the first quarter and cruised to a 60-40 win over visiting Camden County Tech in a nonleague boys' basketball game Friday night.
Senior center Marcus Reed scored eight of his game-high 16 points in the first quarter. Teammate Jason Hankins tallied six more and the Wolverines led, 22-6, at the end of the period.
Woodstown coach Jeff Podolski was impressed with Reed's performance: "The kid is 6-3 but plays like he is 6-10." Woodstown improved to 4-0 this season.
In other nonleague action, Palmyra won, 36-32, over Moorestown Friends behind 13 points from junior forward Davonte Robertson.
The Panthers outscored Moorestown Friends by 13 in the second half.
Connor Walsh had 16 points to lead St. Joseph to a 71-44 win at Sterling.
Nick Davidson's 20 points paced Rancocas Valley as the visiting Red Devils won, 60-53, over Winslow Township.
Kahlil Rivera scored 16 points, including a pair of three-pointers as Camden Academy Charter won, 60-36, at Gateway.
Cape-Atlantic. Trayvond Barbary scored 19 points and collected six rebounds to give Buena a 33-31 win at Cape May Tech.
Christian Mortellite scored 10 points in the first and third quarter en route to a game-high 29 as Hammonton eased past host Ocean City, 57-44.
Holy Spirit's Paul Moore scored 17 of his 21 points in the first half and led the Spartans to a 59-39 win at Millville.
Junior Saintel provided the offense in the second half as he scored 13 of his 19 points in the final quarter.
Colonial. Xavier Lundy hit 10 field goals and finished with 26 points to lift Paulsboro to a 71-60 win at Woodbury.
Derrick Burgess added 16 points, including two three-pointers for the Red Raiders.