Pennsauken 35, Collingswood 32: A buzzer-beating three-pointer from Tenille Stewart led Pennsauken to the win at Paul VI. Stewart scored a game-high 13 points, 10 coming after halftime. Pennsauken took advantage of its trips to the free-throw line, hitting 11 of its 16 shots. Collingswood's Lauren Glaze, who led all scorers with 17 points, scored 13 in the first two quarters.

Haddon Township 45, Eastern 37: Alayxiah Carr and Sarah Getzinger dominated the boards for the Hawks. Carr led Haddon Township with 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Getzinger scored nine points to go along with 10 boards. Haddon Township will face Pennsauken at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Deptford 49, Pemberton 41: Cheyenne Clark collected 23 points, 20 rebounds, and six blocks for Deptford. The Spartans led by just two points at halftime, but a 12-6 third-quarter run helped expand their advantage.

Paul VI 57, Triton 22: Big runs in the first and fourth quarters helped the Eagles bury Triton. Paul VI outscored Triton by 17-4 in the first quarter and 23-7 in the fourth. Kiana Ye led all players with 14 points, and Aliyah Stephens added 12. Paul VI will play Deptford at 10 a.m. Saturday.


Delran 32, Newark Tech 31: Nicole Bayer's free throw with 14 seconds left clinched the victory for the Bears. Bayer scored nine points. Brenna Cloud led Delran with 10. The victory was the 300th in the career of coach Pete Miles.

Haddonfield 52, Our Lady of Mercy 8: The Bulldogs put up 40 points in the first half and cruised to the home win. Taylor Sehdev led Haddonfield with 11 points. C.C. Mooney was the only other double-digit scorer, with 10 points. Haddonfield will host Delran in the championship game at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.


Holy Cross 49, Audubon 43 (OT): The Lancers shut out host Audubon in overtime to earn the win. Alliya Butts scored 24 points for Holy Cross. Maddie Lord, who led Audubon with 16 points, forced overtime with a three-pointer at the buzzer.

Gloucester 56, Cinnaminson 41: The Lions outscored Cinnaminson, 18-10, in the final quarter en route to victory. Alisha Fox and Kylee Hirst each scored 18 points, and Nikki Velez contributed 13. Cinnaminson's Naja Treadwell scored a game-high 22. The Lions will face Holy Cross in the championship game at 2 p.m. Saturday.


Seneca 65, Williamstown 60: The Golden Eagles staved off a late rally by Williamstown to win at Lenape. Erica Snow led the charge with 24 points, and Doni Tejada added 10 points and eight rebounds. Williamstown outscored Seneca by six points in the fourth quarter to close the gap.

Lenape 73, Clearview 29: Four Indians scored double-digit points as Lenape routed Clearview. Taylour Jones scored a game-high 16 points, and Alex Seedes was right behind her with 15. Alexis Sears added 13, and Maddie Sims contributed 11. The Indians' defense allowed just 12 points in the first half.


Pennsville 35, Gateway 16: Alyssa Whipkey's 14 points helped lead the host Eagles over Gateway in the championship game. Pennsville held a three-point lead at halftime, but outscored Gateway by 13-2 in the third quarter.

Schalick 50, Cumberland Christian 19: Schalick's swift defense led to the victory in Pennsville. Schalick didn't allow more than seven points in a quarter. Grace Brown scored 14 points to lead the Cougars. Lauren Kenny was next with 11.


Middle Township 51, Notre Dame 38: Lauryn Fields took control of Middle Township's offense, scoring 29 points and guiding the Panthers to a win at the Wildwoods Convention Center in the Michelle Tarbotton bracket. Holly McKaig was Middle Township's second-leading scorer, with 11 points.

Shawnee 76, Springfield (Pa.) 34: A 19-3 run in the first quarter helped the Renegades rout Springfield (Delco). Shawnee's Nikola Williams led all players with 13 points. Teammate Olivia Askin tallied 12. Shawnee will face Middle Township in the championship game at 2:15 p.m. Saturday.


Highland 39, Egg Harbor Township 32: A well-rounded performance from Morgan Reid helped lead the Tartans past Egg Harbor Township at Clayton. Reid scored five points and added nine rebounds, four blocks, and four steals. Jasmine Miranda led Highland with 12 points and also tallied five steals.

Clayton 43, Pennsauken Tech 22: Catherine Copeland's 16 points helped the host Clippers down Pennsauken Tech. Copeland added 13 rebounds and six steals. Jada Simon scored eight points and dished out eight assists.