Haddon Township 49, Woodbury 24: Bella Preziosi and Katie Burns each scored 12 points, and the host Hawks held Woodbury without a basket in the first quarter.
Gateway 34, Lindenwold 33: Andrea Lloyd recorded a double-double of 20 points and 13 rebounds to carry the host Lions. Mikaela Lightcap scored 11 for Gateway, and MacKell Schultes added 10.
Haddonfield 59, Overbrook 32: Taylor Sehdev scored nine of her 16 points in the second quarter as the host Bulldogs broke it open with a 22-9 run. Sehdev also had five rebounds, six steals, and four assists. Hayley Raymond added 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Arpie Senopoulos scored 11.
Audubon 45, Paulsboro 40: Freshman Molly Furlong had seven points and 10 rebounds, all in the fourth quarter, as the host Green Wave rallied to win. After being outscored by 9-0 in the third quarter, Audubon had a 23-10 advantage in the fourth. Val Pineiro led the Green Wave with 19 points.
Sterling 47, Collingswood 16: Leilani Naone-Carter scored 14 points, and the visiting Panthers allowed just nine points in the first three quarters.
Kingsway 58, Triton 32: Zoe Hahn's 19 points and nine rebounds powered the host Dragons. Allie Gallagher added nine points and 14 rebounds, and Tiana Morgan scored 13 points.
Williamstown 52, Clearview 41: Taylor Bynoe scored 23 points, and Julia Dixon added a double-double of 12 points and nine rebounds for the visiting Braves.
Wildwood 45, Clayton 33: Leishly Reyes scored 17 points and Jess Freeman added 15 to pace the host Warriors.
Salem 33, Pitman 30: Kayla Robinson scored 15 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Rams at home.
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Moorestown 39, Burlington Township 37: The host Quakers overcame a 29-point effort from Carin Essex-Arline. Miranda Chrone led Moorestown with 11, and Emily Filoon added nine.
Holy Spirit 49, Mainland 39: Summer Crilley's 20 points paced the host Spartans.
Middle Township 59, Bridgeton 25: Lauryn Fields got off to a fast start, scoring 12 of her 20 points in the first half for the host Panthers. She also had four assists and five rebounds. Lauren Legler added 10 points, five rebounds, and four assists.
Cedar Creek 62, Buena 23: Mercina Stefanski's 16 points led the Pirates, who allowed five first-half points.
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Life Center 73, St. Francis (Md.) 57: Florida-bound Isis Young went 7 for 7 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to close out the win in Newark. She scored 22 points. Aliya Jeune had 25.
Moorestown Friends 41, Palmyra 38: Emily McKeown set up Sarah Applegate for a three-point play with 2 minutes, 10 seconds remaining to give the host Foxes a 38-53 lead. Jasmine Brown hit two free throws to seal it. Applegate finished with 15 points. Emily McKeown had 10.
Pennsville 46, Glassboro 36: Alyssa Whipkey scored 13 points, Jordan Beal added 10, and the host Eagles used a 19-11 advantage in the second quarter to pull away.
St. Joseph 74, Pleasantville 27: Dana Direnzo, Shannon Metzler, and Sammy Wetzel each scored 12 points, and Gabby Dudo added 10 to lead a balanced effort for the host Wildcats.
Holy Cross 66, Maple Shade 20: Eleven players scored for host Holy Cross, led by 13 from Alliya Butts and 10 from Juliette Stockton. MacKenzie Moran and Morgan Morrocco each scored eight.
Camden Catholic 47, Cherry Hill West 13: Julia Braungart's 13 points paced the host Irish, who rolled to a 25-6 halftime lead. Michelle Obasi and Sierra Taylor each added seven points.
Highland 46, Schalick 24: Devon Graf scored eight of her 10 points in the third quarter as the host Tartans went on a 17-10 run in the period. K'yana Brown scored 12 points.
Lenape 58, Bishop Eustace 20: Alexis Sears scored 15 points and Taylour Jones added 10 for the host Crusaders.
Delran 28, Westampton Tech 21: Brenna Cloud's strong all-around game lifted the host Bears. Cloud scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds, two steals and a block.
Deptford 41, Woodstown 25: Cheyenne Clark's 16 points and 18 rebounds paced the host Spartans to the triumph. Naonna Brown added 11 points. Deptford closed the game with an 11-1 advantage in the fourth quarter.
Seneca 51, Paul VI 45: Erica Snow sank five three-pointers en route to 27 points to lead the Golden Eagles to a road win. Simone Small paced Paul VI with 12 points, and Kiyana Ye added 10.
Timber Creek 65, Cherry Hill East 46: Brittany Martin hit four three-pointers, went 7 for 8 from the foul line, and scored 21 points for the host Chargers. Joie Brittingham added 20 points and eight rebounds. Amanda Riff added 11. Aliyah Godwin and Yamalis Villegas each scored 14 for Cherry Hill East.
Pennsauken Tech 36, LEAP Academy 24: Georgiann Randall scored 17 points, and Mariah Lazusky chipped in with 12 to lead visiting Pennsauken Tech.