Clayton used 11 scorers Friday to edge Wildwood, 67-65, in a Tri-County Classic boys' basketball matchup.
Elijah Rehm was the top scorer with 12 points. Khryi Hill had 11, and Torell Willis netted 10.
Jahnire Coleman led Wildwood with 19 points and 18 rebounds. Jose Valentin also had a double-double, 16 points and 14 boards.
Collingswood 54, Sterling 52: Tyree Mann-Barnes (25 points) outdueled Jarod Mullica (23 points) to lead Collingswood to the win at Sterling.
Lindenwold 71, Gateway 47: Myles Council and Eric Hughes each had a dozen points in Lindenwold's win at Gateway. Ernest Schuler added 11 for Lindenwold.
Hammonton 55, Oakcrest 39: Justin Harris scored six of his 16 points in the third quarter and led Hammonton to the victory at Oakcrest. LaDarrell Dixon had 13 points and eight rebounds for Oakcrest.
Paul VI 61, Seneca 32: Matt Risse and Ivan Robinson each dropped in 13 points in Paul VI's win at Seneca. Alex Danco and Jair Green finished right behind them, with 11 each.
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Pemberton 68, Willingboro 63: Juquan Pitts paced Pemberton with 23 points in the road win. Thomas Farrior scored 17 for Willingboro.
St. Augustine 60, Ocean City 48: Sa'eed Nelson scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter to help St. Augustine close out the win at Ocean City. Mike Vasturia had six of his 15 points in the first quarter to jump-start the Hermits.
Moorestown 76, Burlington Township 58: Seth West made all six of his free throws en route to scoring 35 points in Moorestown's win at Burlington Township. Yusef Green scored 17 for Moorestown, and Kenny Davis led Burlington Township with 22.
Cherry Hill East 63, Timber Creek 35: Jake Silpe packed the box score with 22 points, four assists, and six steals for host Cherry Hill East. Austin Wetzler contributed 11 points, five assists, and three steals.
Cinnaminson 53, Northern Burlington 46: Will Cabbler netted 15 points to help Cinnaminson pick up the win against visiting Northern Burlington. Marshe Terry paced Northern Burlington with 15 points.
Delran 50, Camden County Tech 38: Tim Hunt led host Delran with 21 points. Collin Romero chipped in with 16 in the win.
Delsea 73, GCIT 50: Kwane Morton led Delsea to the home success with 26 points, six rebounds, and two assists. Delsea's Keith Braxton had a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Penns Grove 58, Gloucester 21: Jermaine Carter and Tristin Lloyd were the only Penns Grove players in double digits with 13 points apiece at Gloucester.
Bishop Eustace 37, Lenape 36: Flo DaSilva scored a game-high 17 points to lead visiting Bishop Eustace.
Holy Spirit 51, Mainland 29: Leon Daniels finished with 12 points and John Middleton had 11 for visiting Holy Spirit.
Moorestown Friends 44, Palmyra 25: Dhalil Sadiq was the only scorer in double figures, netting 11 points for host Moorestown Friends.
Haddonfield 82, Overbrook 38: The DePersia twins carried Haddonfield with a combined 32 points in the road win. Rob had 19 points, and Nick scored 13. Malik Hickson scored 16 for Overbrook.
Schalick 84, Highland 55: Melvin Allen's 25 points carried Schalick to the home win. Mike Holloway scored 17 points and Rashaan Holloway and DeAndre Solomon each netted 16 for Schalick.
Absegami 61, Lower Cape May 53: Abdullah Anderson and Vinny Nelson each scored 12 points to account for Absegami's 24-point, game-clinching fourth quarter at Lower Cape May. Anderson finished with 23 points, and Nelson had 15.
Rancocas Valley 81, Westampton Tech 62: Nick Davidson led visiting Rancocas Valley with 26 points. Westampton Tech's Lamar Morgan also netted 26. Vince Anfield added 14 points for Rancocas Valley.
Eastern 61, Winslow Township 35: Matt Klinewski racked up 27 points to lead Eastern to the win at Winslow Township. Masner Beauplan led Winslow with 13 points.
Woodstown 67, Deptford 46: Jayson Hankins went off for 32 points for host Woodstown.
Glassboro 78, Pennsville 52: Sam Smith's 22 points led Glassboro to the home triumph. Colin Rieger paced Pennsville with 23 points.
Medford Tech 69, Bordentown 40: Dennis Tunstall turned in an all-around effort with 24 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 blocks for host Medford Tech.