Christian Mortellite scored 17 points and hit the go-ahead shot as No. 1 seed Hammonton edged eighth-seeded Kingsway, 58-55, Thursday night in a South Jersey Group 3 boys' basketball quarterfinal.

Justin Harris hit two free throws with three seconds left to seal the victory.

Kingway's Ray Lawry, who scored a game-high 21 points, missed a half-court shot at the buzzer that would have sent the game to overtime.

Moorestown 52, Burlington Township 32 - Yuseth Green and DeAndra Montgomery combined for 29 points as sixth-seeded Moorestown upset the third seeds.

Timber Creek 60, Delsea 44 - Senior guard George Sapp scored 20 of his game-high 23 points in the second half for the host Chargers.

Camden 93, Winslow Township 49 - Senior forward Amir Maddred scored 23 points and added 13 rebounds as the host Panthers dominated.

South Jersey Group 1

Haddon Heights 59, Haddon Township 48 - Brandon Joyner and Lucian Brownlee combined for 35 points to seal the visiting Garnets' victory in the quarterfinals.

Paulsboro 79, Wildwood 58 - The host Red Raiders rolled behind 21 points from Xavier Lundy.

Pitman 54, Gloucester 37 - Eric Stafford netted 14 points and added nine rebounds to lead the host Panthers.

Penns Grove 65, Schalick 61 - Ge'Shawn Davis scored 20 points to send the host Red Devils to the triumph.

Central Jersey Group 1

Burlington City 68, New Egypt 56 - Derrick Wright and Josh Young combined for 29 points as the host Blue Devils eased to the quarterfinal victory.

Central Jersey Group 3

Northern Burlington 55, Ocean Township 54 - Alex Cirlincione scored 16 points, and the host Greyhounds narrowly won the quarterfinal.

South Jersey Non-Public A

St. Augustine 60, Christian Brothers Academy 48 - David Sullivan scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter to boost the host Hermits in the quarterfinal.

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