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S. Jersey Boys: S.J. Boys: Green's three carries Gloucester Catholic over Highland

Matt Green hit a go-ahead three-pointer in overtime as Gloucester Catholic edged visiting Highland, 74-71, Friday in a nonleague boys' basketball game.

Matt Green hit a go-ahead three-pointer in overtime as Gloucester Catholic edged visiting Highland, 74-71, Friday in a nonleague boys' basketball game.

Green finished with 22 points for the Rams, ranked No. 18 in South Jersey in the preseason by The Inquirer. Austin Regan followed with 21 points. Frank Kinsey added seven points and 10 assists. The Rams were down six points in the fourth quarter.

Naquan Council and Christian Scarfidi each scored 27 points for the Tartans.


Eastern 54, Timber Creek 49: Justin Fredericks scored 15 points as the No. 19 Vikings won at home. Chase Finnegan added 13 points. Keith Davis and Maliq Sanders each scored 11 points.

Pennsauken 68, Burlington Township 56: Deion Cassel led all scorers with 26 points as the Indians won on the road. Jaylen Robinson chipped in with 21 points. Jarren Abad had 14 points for the Falcons.

Cherry Hill West 73, Washington Township 68: Can Oztamur dropped in 26 points, Danny Buckwalter scored 23 points, and the No. 9 Lions won at home. Spencer Cook had a game-high 30 points for the Minutemen.

Delsea 74, Clearview 54: Keith Braxton paced the host Crusaders with 27 points and six assists. Kaleb Morton scored 17 points. Danny McDuffie grabbed 12 rebounds.

Moorestown Friends 63, Doane Academy 50: Jordan White sank three three-pointers in the second half and finished with 22 points for the host Foxes. Joe Beideman knocked down 19 points.

Seneca 66, Woodrow Wilson 53: Tommy Egan totaled 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the Golden Eagles soared on the road. Nahsir Hollingshead scored 16 points.

Rancocas Valley 56, Willingboro 47: Adam Perry led the visiting Red Devils with 20 points. Brendan Ruby and Darius Dooley had 13 and 12 points, respectively. Jeff Haddock led all scorers with 29 points for the Chimeras.

Schalick 48, Hammonton 35: Tyler Linsford poured in 21 points for the host Cougars.

Cherokee 62, Winslow Township 40: Paul Bellamy drained in a game-high 27 points to lead the host Chiefs.

Burlington City 45, Florence 41: Nick Gares sank six three-pointers and scored 22 points for the visiting Blue Devils.


Paulsboro 64, Lindenwold 58: Saleem Little dropped in 18 points as the No. 11 Red Raiders won on the road. Brandon Hamilton and Theo Holloway had 17 and 14 points, respectively. Rakim Bryant had a game-high 19 points for Lindenwold.


Sterling 61, Audubon 38: Devon Tuten totaled 21 points for the visiting Silver Knights. Ryan Smith had 10 points. Dillon Tassi scored 18 points for the Green Wave.

Haddonfield 53, Collingswood 47: Nick DePersia netted 20 points to lead the No. 3 Bulldogs past the host No. 17 Panthers. Robby DePersia and Tommy Kadar added 12 and 10 points, respectively.


St. Joseph 67, Pleasantville 64: B.J. Mitchell scored nine of his 20 points in the third quarter as the visiting Wildcats rallied from an early 11-0 deficit. Ricky Quirindongo hit a three-pointer with 1 minute, 40 seconds left to put the Wildcats up by five. Val Vadino sealed the game with a free throw with four seconds left. The win was the first for coach Paul Rodio Jr. His father, St. Augustine coach Paul Rodio, is South Jersey's all-time wins leader.


Holy Spirit 74, Millville 45: John Middleton deposited 15 points as the Spartans prevailed on the road. Matt Sommers and CJ Barnes scored 14 and 13 points, respectively. Jordan Taylor had 10 points.


St. Augustine 71, Ocean City 49: Sa'eed Nelson put in a game-high 23 points for the host Hermits. Nate Aldrich, Austin Kennedy, and Justin Mutts each scored 14 points. Connor Laverty led the Red Raiders with 18 points, and Garret Jones scored 12 points.