Girls' Basketball

CEDAR CREEK TOURNAMENT

Camden Catholic 60, Deptford 39: Freshman Kate Deutsch scored a career-high 16 points and the Irish used a big third quarter to win at Cedar Creek. Deutsch had 10 points in the third, sparking a 23-1 run. Julie Braungart added 13 points, and Sierra Taylor and Brittany Garner each had 10. Juliette Tobin scored 12 for Depftord and Immane Bussie chipped in with 10.

JAMES G. ATKINSON MEMORIAL HOLIDAY CLASSIC

Timber Creek 61, Paulsboro 23: Timber Creek's Brittany Martin paced the Chargers with 17 points at Gloucester County College. Summer Pierce had nine points. The Chargers got off to a fast start, leading 22-2 after one period.

Kingsway 43, Glassboro 8: Zoe Hahn led the way for Kingsway with 18 points at Gloucester County College. Her sister, Maddie, added 10 points.

ANGELA ANDERSON CLASSIC

Clayton 46, Pennsauken Tech 23: Francesca Shipe's near double-double powered the host Clippers. Shipe scored 16 points and had eight rebounds. Jada Simon scored eight points and had three steals. Georgiann Randall led Pensauken Tech with nine points.

PITMAN HOLIDAY CLASSIC

Overbrook 49, Pitman 25: Taylor Vanore scored 12 points and Shainazia Peterson added 11 as Overbrook rolled at Pitman. Alyssa Cavallaro and Imani Peterson each had 7 points.

SCORE AT THE SHORE

Oakcrest 32, Raritan 28: Olivia Aires scored 17 points as Oakcrest used a strong second half to earn the victory at Shore Regional. Anaylyah Baker scored eight points. Kaitlin Nguyen added seven points. Lauren Chrisk led Raritan with 16 points.

Howell 33, Hammonton 22: Aijalon Moore paced the Blue Devils with six points in the defeat at Shore Regional.

BOARDWALK CLASSIC- JAY CRAVEN MEMORIAL

Egg Harbor Township 34, Cape May Tech 26: Meaghan Mahana paced Egg Harbor Township with 10 points and eight rebounds. Ariyana Wilkes added eight points to go along with three rebounds.

BOARDWALK CLASSIC- KAITLIN ANZELONE MEMORIAL

Wildwood 59, Pleasantville 16: Wildwood was led by Leishly Reyes, who had 23 points and seven rebounds. Helping out the Warriors was Mackenzie McCracken, who recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Boys' Basketball

ERNIE TROIANO SR. MEMORIAL

Lower Cape May 44, MaST Charter 41: Shane Szubski led Lower Cape May with 12 points, six rebounds and six assists as the Tigers rallied to win at Wildwoods Convention Center. Pat Holden and Mike DiCave each had eight points. Holden dished out four assists, while DiCave had six boards..

Montgomery Blair (Md.) 55, Camden County Tech 35: Ray Young led Camden County Tech with 13 points, two rebounds and two assists at Wildwoods Convention Center. Also helping the Warriors was Michael English, who had six points and two rebounds.