Odds and ends from the South Jersey boys' basketball season:
Middle Township coach Tom Feraco finished the season with exactly 700 career wins, and Camden coach John Valore finished the season with exactly 600 career wins.
Paulsboro scored 80 or more points 13 times (and 78 three other times).
Bishop Eustace lost by a margin of five points or less in eight of its 14 losses.
In the last five games of his career, Haddon Heights senior forward Kwame Dokes averaged 24.8 points.
Eastern junior Maliq Sanders scored in double figures in 25 of 27 games.
"I never saw him that decisive," Atlantic City coach Gene Allen on Cherry Hill East junior Tim Perry, who scored 18 in the Group 4 sectional semifinals.
Delsea's Kaleb Morton led South Jersey with 108 three-pointers. Shawnee's Alec Warren was second with 90.
St. Augustine's Paul Rodio (1,057), Burlington City's Paul Collins (1,024) and Valore (1,002) are the only coaches in South Jersey boys' basketball history to coach 1,000 or more games, according to historian Chuck Langerman.