Taking the inbounds pass with nine seconds to play, Aaliyah Murray sprinted down the floor and dropped in a buzzer-beating layup to lead Delran to a 52-50 win over Bishop Eustace on Thursday in the Haddonfield Tournament in girls' basketball.

The game-winning basket, scored after Taylor Hudspeth drained two free throws to tie the score for the Crusaders, capped a phenomenal all-around effort for Murray, who had 28 points, 10 rebounds, four steals, and two blocked shots.

Cherry Hill West Christmas Tournament. After Natyra Thomas sent the game to overtime with a driving layup, her Haddon Heights teammates blasted Cherry Hill West in the extra period, winning by 62-53.

The Garnets were paced by junior wing Nadja Riggs (27 points, 10 rebounds).

Free-throw shooting proved vital as Camden Catholic topped St. Joseph in another overtime contest. The Irish shut out the Wildcats and hit nine foul shots in the added frame to win, 57-43.

Leading scorer Sierra Thornton hit two foul shots to force overtime, where her Irish teammate Cara Hardy took over with seven points.

Constitution Tournament. Life Center stayed undefeated, winning the tournament championship with a 53-27 victory over Franklin Towne Charter.

Despite scoring only three points, wing Bose Aiyalogbe was named MVP after grabbing 13 rebounds and dishing out seven assists.

James G. Atkinson Tournament. Sophomore guard Brittany Martin scored 11 first-quarter points en route to a game-high 20, leading Timber Creek to a 69-36 rout of Paulsboro.

Lenape Showcase. Junior Alexis Sears scored 18 points for the hosts as they rolled to a 54-28 victory over Clearview.

Williamstown's Taylor Bynoe led all scorers with 16 points in a 44-25 win against Seneca.

Boardwalk Kaitlin Anzelone Bracket. Forward Alex Raring dropped in 20 points, and she and her Mainland teammates played stifling defense in rolling to a 51-18 romp over Robbinsville.

Burlington Township Tournament. Ewing senior scoring sensation Candace Scott-Mason scored 18 points against Burlington Township in a 64-30 victory.