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S. Jersey Boys: Burlington City tops Moorestown

Jelani Glaze's quick start on Wednesday helped propel Burlington City past Moorestown in the first round of the Delran basketball tournament.

Jelani Glaze's quick start on Wednesday helped propel Burlington City past Moorestown in the first round of the Delran basketball tournament.

The sophomore guard scored eight of his 12 points in the first half, including a pair of three-pointers.

Josh Young finished with a team-high 13 points and Lamar Hilton and Derrick Wright each finished with eight points.

The Blue Devils outscored Moorestown, 18-8, in the first quarter before cruising to a 12-point halftime lead.

DeAndre Montgomery and Anthony Bonett led the way for Moorestown with 14 points each.

Also at the Delran tournament, Jerome Furlow grabbed nine rebounds to go along with his 10 points as Highland turned away Westampton Tech, 54-51. Naquan Council, a sophomore, finished with a team-high 18 points.

Lamar Morgan scored a game-high 22 points for Westampton Tech, and Awwal Reid added 21 points.

Joey Montalvo's 15 points helped Northern Burlington drop Florence, 46-42. Frank Bilancio chipped in with 13 points, and Marcus Brown added 12. Mike Muchowski led Florence with 15 points.

Constitution Tournament. Freshman Terquin Motte dropped a team-high 20 points to pace Life Center past George Washington (Pa.), 73-53.

The freshman added two assists and a pair of rebounds.

Senior Osahan Eghosa grabbed 14 rebounds to accompany her seven points.

Sophomore Malik Ellison dished out nine assists and scored 11 points.

Ellison is the son of former NBA No. 1 draft pick Pervis Ellison.

Boardwalk Classic. Collingswood got off to a slow start before powering past Oakcrest, 42-36.

Ryan Dick scored a team-high 11 points as the Panthers overcame a six-point halftime deficit. Jeffrey Valentine chipped in with six rebounds. Jordan Wallace added seven points and six rebounds, and Tyree Mann-Barnes scored nine points.

LaDarrell Dixon shot 5 for 12 from the field to finish with Oakcrest's team-high 14 points. Jordan Brooks chipped in with six rebounds.

Jake Heminway grabbed 13 rebounds to go along with his 12 points as Cape May Tech fell to Mount Olive, 78-39.

Cory Hoffman added five rebounds and eight points, and Mark Ehrardt finished with four rebounds.

Rashaan Spencer knocked down three three-pointers en route to a game-high 25 points for Mount Olive.

Also at the Boardwalk Classic, Friends' Central from outside Philadelphia topped Philadelphia's Dobbins, 57-44. Karon Davis scored a game-high 20 points, and De'Andre Hunter added 18 points.

Nonleague. Bishop Eustace found its spark off the bench as the Crusaders turned back visiting Bishop Hendricken (R.I.), 58-41.

Mike Cohen, a freshman guard, scored seven of his nine points in the fourth quarter. The total matched the 5-foot-10 Cohen's career high. He played the entire fourth quarter.

Eustace outscored Hendricken, 19-8, in the fourth quarter to rally back. Tom Falconiero scored four of his six points in the frame.

Connor McLaughlin and Dvonne Trumbo scored 10 points each and were Eustace's lone double digit scorers. McLaughlin, a 6-5 sophomore, grabbed four rebounds and was named game MVP.