Olympic. Lenape outlasted host Cherry Hill East, 35-34, thanks in large part to Nicholas Dannenfelser's major decision at 106 and Frank Sciortino's pin at heavyweight.
Pennsauken used decisions at the top weights - Hendrickson Tineo (220) and Shaquille Boardley (285) - to come out ont op in a see-saw battle with visiting Cherry Hill West, 37-31. Tyler Brake (120), Mark Papaneri (138), Connor Schuck (170) and David Capone (195) posted pins to keep the Lions close.
In a match that featured nine forfeits and only five weights contested on the mats, Brock Worrell (145), Michael Gill (195) and Izreal Brooks (220) recorded first-period pins as host Eastern dispatched Camden, 66-15.
Major decisions by Joey DiMartino (106), Ricky Carter (126) and Brandon Keller (132) paved the way for Timber Creek, which slammed host Seneca, 51-6.
Host Shawnee parlayed five falls and three forfeit victories into a 54-18 triumph at Bishop Eustace.
Renegades Jeff Fitzpatrick (220), Brian Keyser (182) and Connor Muli (120) each needed less than a minute to flatten their opponents.
Burlington County. Colin Segan of Delran battled past Cinnaminson's Jason Bowen, 8-5, at 126 pounds, and the host Bears posted a pair of hard-fought pins to finish off the Pirates, 42-23.
Delran's Marcus Miraglia finally wore down Jeremy Bowen at 106 for a pin in 5 minutes, 45 seconds, and Bears teammate Vonte Barnes took down James Kennedy at heavyweight in 4:37. Kevin Fisher won by technical fall at 113 for Cinnaminson.
Chris Nitschmann's 5-1 decision at 138 capped a string six consecutive victories, leading Bordentown to a 47-21 win at Willingboro.
Northern Burlington received major decision from Court Chase (126), Tyree Edmund (138) and Severo Cardenas (145) in handing host Rancocas Valley a 54-6 setback.
Tri-County. Delsea racked up five pins, including heavyweight William Porch's 19-second fall, in clinching a 48-19 victory at Kingsway.
Kevin Huck (106), John Pierson (132) and John Hennelly (138) had the Crusaders' other first-period pins. Kingsway's John Rivello outlasted John Borelli, 12-8, at 126.
Josh Pennington nailed a clutch three-point basket, Vance Matthews (16 points) and Zach Betz keyed Lower Cape May's stifling fourth-quarter defense, and the host Tigers shot 8 for 12 from the line down the stretch to rally past Hammonton, 35-30, in a Cape-Atlantic League clash.
In another Cape-Atlantic game, St. Augustine placed five scorers in double figures, led by Mike Greenman's 15 points, and Austin Johnson contributed a double-double (12 points and 10 rebounds), as the host Hermits rallied in the second half to defeat Ocean City, 70-60.
Matt Bosch (25 points) and Chris Turner (20) had the hot hands for Ocean City.
Rahim Bunch converted 9 of 10 free throws and scored 13 of his 23 points in the second half, enabling Egg Harbor Township to pull away from host Millville, 64-50.
Khari Harley (16 points) and Trey Jones (13) also supplied double-figure scoring for the Eagles, while Allen Gaskins (14), Aaron Cox (11) and Rashon Sorrell (10) led Millville.
Nonleague. Shaun Russell scored a game-high 20 points and dished off for five assists to highlight host Westampton Tech's 88-42 dismantling of Camden Academy Charter.
Jazmir Miller added 16 points and Bazil Jackson grabbed 10 rebounds for the Panthers, who put the game away early with runs of 23-7 and 25-10. Gary Holmes' 18 points led the Cougars.
Cornell Miller's 14 points paced nine players in the scorebook for host Florence, which improved to 8-0 with a 51-34 victory over Moorestown Friends.
Julia Duggan posted 15 points, nine rebounds, three steals and three assists before taking a seat on the bench after the third quarter, where she watched her Ocean City teammates finish off a 54-25 home romp over Our Lady of Mercy.
Elsewhere in the Cape-Atlantic League:
Selena Santiago tossed in 14 points for host Egg Harbor Township, which opened the game with a 16-4 run and went on to defeat Millville, 42-32.
Kristine Miller led all scorers with 19 points and the Stefanski quadruplets - led by Morgan's 10 - accounted for 32 points, paving the way for host Cedar Creek to wash away Wildwood Catholic, 63-29.
Lower Cape May hammered host Hammonton, 50-22, with Lauren Holden's 10 points pacing a balanced attack.
Nonleague. Kelcie Evans and Sophia Aguilar combined for 25 points, as host Moorestown Friends evened its record at 4-4 by routing Villa Victoria, 45-11.
Christiana Ogunsami scored all of her eight points in the opening quarter, helping host Cherry Hill West seize control early and coast past Pennsauken Tech, 46-16.
Westampton Tech ran out to a 13-0 lead and never looked back, getting 10 points from Jessica Harris in crushing Camden Academy Charter, 47-9.
Brooks Arensberg had a hat trick, Matt Pinto and Eric DiPretorio each scored twice, and Nick Swider made 15 saves to lead host Bishop Eustace to a 10-3 triumph over Paul VI.