Top-seeded Delsea overcame a tremendous effort by Westampton Tech's Lamar Morgan to prevail, 96-75, in the South Jersey Group 3 quarterfinals Saturday.
Morgan scored 55 points and drilled 12 three-pointers for the ninth-seeded Panthers.
Delsea's Keith Braxton scored 29 points. Kwame Morton added 20 points and 10 rebounds. Kaleb Morton had 26 points.
Winslow Township 54, Moorestown 42 - Mike Cubbage's 20 points helped the second-seeded hosts defeat the seventh-seeded Quakers. Juan Hemingway and Devon Robinson each added eight points. Colin Francisco and Dan Dyer led Moorestown with 12 points apiece.
Paul Bellamy's 16 points paced fourth-seeded Cherokee to a 55-46 victory over visiting, eighth-seeded Rancocas Valley. Kevin Brown and Tyler Tobin each scored 11 points, and Grant Gibson scored 10. Ned Ogoemesim led Rancocas Valley with 16 points.
Brad Hawkins' 19 points helped third-seeded Camden beat second-seeded host Middle Township, 53-45. Myles Thompson had 13 points. Jamal Holloway scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
Haddonfield 61, Bridgeton 47 - Tommy Kadar netted 17 points to guide the top-seeded hosts to a win over fourth-seeded Bridgeton. Robby Depersia added 15 points. Haddonfield will take on Camden on Monday in the final.
Kyion Flanders' 29 points carried fourth-seeded Wildwood to a 69-67 win over visiting, fifth-seeded Haddon Heights. Yahmire McNeal contributed 14 points.
Schalick 61, Woodbury 43 - Mike Holloway totaled 21 points, helping the third-seeded host Cougars to a win over the fifth-seed. Tyler Lunsford added 20 points, including 10 on free throws.
D.J. Smith's 21 points led sixth-seeded Wildwood Catholic to a 61-55 upset over third-seeded host Cardinal McCarrick. Caleb Fields and Trey Smith each scored 11 points. The Crusaders will face Trenton Catholic in the semifinals on Monday.
Courtney Cubbage's 22 points surged second-seeded Camden Catholic to a 52-40 victory over seventh-seeded Red Bank Catholic. Jamal Parker scored 14 points, and Brendan Crawford had 11 points.
Parker Dortch's 12 points helped twelfth-seeded Northern Burlington to a 44-43 upset over fourth-seeded Somerville on the road. Marshe Terry contributed 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.