The Bordentown boys' basketball team stormed back from a 17-point halftime deficit Saturday to upend Cinnaminson, 62-61. Jordan Martin hit three threes and had 16 points to lead the comeback. Osvaldo Urena also hit a trio of three-pointers and contributed 13 points. Jacquey Mendez added 14 points for the Scotties. Ahmad Gantt scored 16 points for the Pirates.


Michael Cramer's 24 points and Jack Stern's 22 points led Moorestown Friends over Lindenwold, 63-59. The Foxes outscored the Lions 23-7 in the third quarter.

Girls’ Basketball

Bobbi O'Neill's double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds helped Collingswood defeat Pennsauken, 38-31. The Panthers used an 11-4 fourth quarter advantage to pull away. Lauren O'Neill added four rebounds and nine assists.


Ciondae Horsey scored 15 points and had five assists in Woodrow Wilson's 52-39 win over Cinnaminson. NyTasia Braxton stuffed the stat sheet with 11 points, five rebounds, four assists, and nine steals. Halima Scott also scored in double figures. The Tigers outscored the Pirates 28-16 in the second half.