In other nonleague action, Chris Kirby scored 18 of his 20 points before halftime to give Cinnaminson a 31-point lead, and the Pirates sailed past host Collingswood, 78-55. Collingswood's Chris Michael tossed in 21 points.
Burlington Township's defense held visiting LEAP Academy scoreless in the first quarter of a 55-20 victory. Remi Oclulana led the Falcons' offense with 11 points.
Moorestown Friends opened its season with a 64-30 romp over visiting Baptist High as Dan Richards scored eight points in an 18-6 second quarter and finished with three three-pointers. Michael Cunningham powered inside for 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Haddon Township used balanced scoring to pin a 62-36 setback on host Camden Academy Charter. Trey Thatcher, Logan Murray and Dave Cuneo scored 13 points apiece among eight scorers for the Hawks.
Olympic. Camden Catholic notched a solid 38-33 win over visiting Timber Creek as Kyle Green scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the second quarter, accounting for all of the Irish's points in the period.
Down by four points after one quarter, Lenape fashioned an 18-6 second-quarter run and pulled away from visiting Camden for a 53-39 win. Tabu Gaither gave the Indians a game-high 18 points.
Eastern outgunned host Winslow Township, 86-66, behind Mike Wilson's 28 points, and Matt Klinewski and Devon Bell with 22 apiece, offsertting a 41-point explosion by Winslow's Adonius Melvins. Wilson hit four three-pointers.
Colonial. Paulsboro's Derrick Burgess (11) and Xavier Lundy (22) combined for 15 points in a 20-3 second-quarter spree that launched the Red Raiders past visiting Audubon, 75-27.
N.J. Vocational Tournament. Medford Tech earned a title date at Westampton Tech with a 66-30 semifinal win over Camden County Tech. Kennedy Chukwuocha topped four Jaguars in fouble figures with 14 points.
Host Westampton Tech won the other semifinal, 69-29, over Pennsauken Tech. Awwall Reid hit 16 points and Shaun Russell added 13 for the winners.