Wildwood Catholic put together a stellar fourth quarter Saturday to pick up a 54-47 win over visiting Rancocas Valley in a nonleague game at Ocean City.

The game was tied at 37 entering the fourth quarter, then Wildwood Catholic pulled away.

The Crusaders outscored Rancocas Valley, 17-10, in the final period.

Eddie McWade scored a game-high 23 points for Wildwood Catholic.

Ned Ogoemesim paced Rancocas Valley with 17 points and Vince Anfield chipped in with 14.

In other nonleague play:

Haddonfield crushed Sacred Heart, 81-44, at Schalick behind Nick DePersia's 22 points.

DePersia added six steals.

Billy Griffin also knocked down four three-pointers for Haddonfield and finished with 14 points.

Blake Rossell posted 16 points and seven rebounds for St. Augustine, which earned a 60-49 win against Willingboro at Ocean City.

Rossell made seven of his nine shots from the field.

After trailing in the early stages of the game, Atlantic City rallied to blast Medford Tech, 76-57, at Ocean City.

Ga'briel Chandler had a double-double with 29 points and 10 rebounds. He made 14 of 18 shots from the field.

Dayshawn Reynolds also added 18 points in a winning effort.

Ed Merenda scored 24 points for West Deptford, which won at GCIT, 91-43.

Paulsboro topped Vineland, 74-49, at Schalick with the help of Xavier Lundy's 27 points.

Derrick Burgess also contributed 10 for Paulsboro.

Mike Sharawyn posted a double-double in Gloucester Catholic's 57-47 victory over Florence at Schalick.

Sharawyn scored 21 points and pulled down 10 rebounds.

Fran Kinsey and Steve Jackson each had eight assists for Gloucester Catholic.

Doane Academy cruised to a 78-64 win at Burlington Township.

Davis Graham led Doane Academy with 23 points, including an 11-point second quarter.

Idris Allen, CJ Lane, and Chris Scott also found double digits for Doane Academy, scoring 16, 15, and 14 points respectively.

Kenny Davis scored a game-high 25 points for Burlington Township, including 17 of the Falcons' 29 first-half points.

Host Delsea fell to one of the nation's top high school teams, St. Benedict's, 100-45.

Cedric Elleby had a double-double for Delsea, scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Syracuse recruit Tyler Ennis led St. Benedict's with 29 points.


Lenape topped visiting Pitman, 47-29.

Frank Ubaldini, Noah Snively, Kyrie Mason, and Joey Scorintino all had pins for Lenape en route to the win.