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Monday's South Jersey roundup

Highlights from Monday's action in South Jersey.

St. Augustine’s Marlon Hargis (20) makes a pass against Millville in the third quarter Monday in Richland, New Jersey.
St. Augustine’s Marlon Hargis (20) makes a pass against Millville in the third quarter Monday in Richland, New Jersey.Read moreWILLIAM THOMAS CAIN / For The Philadelphia Inquirer

Mike Osbourne scored 43 points Monday to lead Pennsauken Tech to a 104-101 win against visiting Clayton. The junior finished with a double-double after grabbing 20 rebounds.

Jeff Broadwater contributed 17 points for the home squad while Jay Jackson added 13 points, 14 rebounds and three steals. Jay White added 17 points. Mahir Yilmaz led Clayton with 32 points in the losing effort.

Warren Bethea tallied 31 points, Damon Jones had 25 and Zayre Kinslow chipped in 17 to lead host Camden County tech past Camden Academy Charter, 98-48.

Charles Solomon finished with 19 points as St. Augustine topped Millville, 78-59, at home. Marlon Hargis added 16 points and Travis Stoll had 10 in the win. Rynell Lawrence finished with 25 points for Millville in the loss.

Joe Glenn scored 25 points to lead host Cedar Creek to a 72-34 win against Holy Spirit.

Alex Soriano scored 14 points, Nick Dalfonso added 13 and Justin McNichols chipped in 12 to lift host Clearview past Pennsville Memorial, 57-36.

Tazir Cantey and Darnell Nicholls scored 23 points each to lead Lindenwold to a 83-63 win against LEAP Academy Charter. Jazion Bennett added 19 points in the win.

Northern Burlington got 23 points from Josh Jackson and 15 from Sam Irvin in a 63-39 win against Palmyra in Burlington County League action.

Girls’ Basketball

Nay Nay Clark led Absegami with 13 points in a 36-26 win against visiting Lower Cape May. Haleigh Schafer pulled down 10 rebounds.

Danielle Combs scored 14 points to lift Camden County Tech to a 36-26 win against Cherry Hill West on the road. Kashmier Smalls-Harmon chipped in 13 points in the win.

Paige Sofield and Zhyana Young combined for 25 points as Holy Spirit held off Cedar Creek, 44-41, at home in Cape-Atlantic action. Trina Deveney led Cedar Creek with 16 points.

Bella Runyan and Charlotte Stern each scored 25 points as Moorestown Friends defeated visiting Seneca, 63-37.

Northern Burlington got 22 points from Brianna Sorrento as the Greyhounds edged host Palmyra, 49-38. Ashanti Taylor led the way for Palmyra with 18 points.