Shayla Sweeney outscored Pemberton by herself with 36 points Tuesday as the Pennsauken girls' basketball team defeated the Hornets, 52-31.

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Katie Morrison scored 25 points to lift Deptford over Glassboro, 66-44. After trailing by 13 after the first quarter, the Spartans outscored the Bulldogs 59-24 the final three quarters. Tamarah Lowber added 16 points for the victors.

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Bobbi O'Neill scored 12 points as Collingwood defeated Overbrook (N.J.), 31-3. Isha Kargbo added eight points for the victors. The Panthers held the Rams scoreless in the second and fourth quarters.

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Dasia Wright tallied a team-high 17 points as Medford Tech claimed a 52-37 win over Maple Shade. Sionnie Mathis added 14 points for the Jaguars.

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Kennedy Wilburn and Ava Therien combined for 30 points as Cherokee defeated Shawnee, 46-37.
Nadine Coyle recorded 13 points as Middle Township beat Wildwood Catholic, 52-46.

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Kendall Keyes tallied 23 points as Lenape cruised to a 54-32 win over Woodrow Wilson. Kate Seeman contributed 10 points for the Indians.

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West Deptfod leaned on Jess McMichael's 11 points in a 47-33 win over Glassboro. Devin Sullivan and Deanna Corsetti scored nine points apiece for the Eagles.

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Fiona Flynn recorded 25 points as Cinnaminson downed Burlington City, 75-47. Maddie Ogden contributed 17 points for the Pirates.

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Sekya Cambell notched 22 points as Paul VI knocked off Cherry Hill East, 74-44. The Eagles outscored the Cougars 33-9 in the second half.

Boys' Basketball

Corey Greer scored a game-high 26 points and had 8 assists as Camden edged Timber Creek, 75-71. Miles Thompson recorded 16 points and 19 rebounds while Ethan Karte added 17 points for the Panthers.

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Dominic Dunn put up 25 points in Camden Catholic's 62-57 win over Winslow Township. Babatunde Ajike added 16 points for the Irish.

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Kadian Dawkins scored 12 points as Rancocas Valley sneaked past Willingboro, 52-49.

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Darnell Nichols scored 21 points in Lindenwold's 66-56 win over Woodbury. Corey Avery added 13 points for the Lions.

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Sai'mere Colon's double-double of 34 points and 16 rebounds propelled Gloucester to a 75-59 victory over Clayton. Chris Lamb, Chris Sanders, Rob Sulpizio all scored in double figures for the victors.

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Marcus Truell tallied 23 points as Cherry Hill West upended Holy Cross, 66-55. Jesse Randolph added 15 points for the Lions.

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Terrell Martinez-Jones hit four three-pointers and had 19 points in Medford Tech's 57-44 triumph over Florence. Nathan Conyer added 17 points for the victors. The Jaguars outscored the Flashes 38-21 after halftime.

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Matt Farina recorded a game-high 18 points as Audubon beat Gateway, 48-41. The Green Wave held onto a 20-point halftime lead.

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Anthony Mitchell scored 16 points in Glassboro's 47-29 victory over Deptford.

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D'Andre Thurmond totaled 14 points in Burlington City's 55-41 win over Cinnaminson. Jahsanti Santiago, Deonte Woodbury, and Jeremy Young all scored in double figures for the Blue Devils.

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Eric Diaz scored 24 points in Paulsboro's 62-45 win over Haddon Township.

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Haddon Heights' Jared Latane scored 35 points en route to a 74-32 victory over West Deptford.

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Dean Noll scored 23 points to carry Shawnee to a 70-51 win over Cherokee. Dylan Deveney and Connor Deveney added 16 and 14 points, respectively.

Shawnee’s Dean Doll tries to keep the ball from Cherokee’s Zach Morgan during the 2nd quarter in Marlton, NJ, Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Shawnee beats Cherokee 70-51. STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer
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Shawnee’s Dean Doll tries to keep the ball from Cherokee’s Zach Morgan during the 2nd quarter in Marlton, NJ, Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Shawnee beats Cherokee 70-51. STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer

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Jaedan Sheehan's 22 points and Jacquey Mendez's 21 points led Bordentown to an 89-51 defeat of Westampton Tech. Roshon Van Kline added 14 points and Gavin Shiver chipped in 13 points for the Scotties.

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Luke Castagna recorded 25 points as Pitman rolled to a 64-38 win over Pennsville Memorial. Steve Petner and Kyle Broesler chipped in nine points apiece.