Burlington County. D'Andre Davis scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter, enabling Florence to outlast host New Egypt, 62-58, in a meeting between Freedom Division co-leaders. Quintin Harris and Cornell Miller had 17 points apiece for the Flashes, while Bill Raab (19 points) and Tyler Barnes (14 points, 13 rebounds) keyed the Warriors' late rally.
Kennedy Chukwuocha, who had nine points in a game-opening 19-6 run, matched teammate Elijah Cain for game-high scoring honors with 20 points apiece as Medford Tech mauled host Cinnaminson, 81-46.
Tariq Jett tossed in 21 points to help Rancocas Valley run away to a 58-37 victory at Burlington Township. Jalon Wilson countered with 19 points for the Falcons.
Zach Berry (15 points) and Moral Best (14) accounted for all of Palmyra's scoring in a 16-0 first-quarter spree, putting the host Panthers on track for a 48-27 victory over Riverside.
Malcolm Mason (19 points) and Bryant Perez (14) led Pemberton's perimeter attack in a 64-63 come-from-behind win at Moorestown. Zac Frantz scored 19 for the Quakers, who squandered a seven-point fourth-quarter lead.
Farryn Houston and Tyrell Maloney had 18 points apiece to lead five scorers in double figures for third-ranked Willingboro, which stormed out to a 31-8 lead in bouncing host Bordentown, 89-39.
Tri-County. Delsea is ensured of at least a tie for the Royal Division championship, after the host Crusaders conquered Cumberland, 56-47. Bobby Lanzalotti led the offense with 21 points and Cedric Elleby contributed 10 rebounds and six blocked shots.
Nick Lawson buried six three-point baskets in scoring a game-high 28, and Deptford clinched at least a share of the Diamond Division title by rolling, 73-45, at GCIT. The Spartans can claim the crown outright with a win in their next game - on Friday at home against second-place Penns Grove.
Ge'Shawn Davis (22 points), DaQuan Chase (20) and Garrett Wilson (14) kept Penns Grove's title hopes alive in a 73-57 home win over Woodstown.
Dave Mikanda had 27 points and Chris Leary netted 19, including eight in overtime, to lift Williamstown over host Kingsway, 75-72. The Dragons enjoyed an early 12-point lead, thanks to the hot hand of Ray Lawry (28 points).
Tyler DeGroff converted both ends of a 1-and-1 free throw opportunity with 12.4 seconds left, closing out the scoring in Wildwood's 58-55 home win over Classic Division-leading Pitman.
Olympic. Dan Mumford's buzzer-beating three-pointer made host Shawnee a 68-66 winner over Woodrow Wilson. Josh Borelli and Tristan Polnitz, with 20 points apiece, carried the Renegades in the second half, with Mumford finishing with 13 points.
Kyle Green capped his 26-point performance by scoring 15 in the final quarter, including the go-ahead free throw with 6.4 seconds left, as host Camden Catholic came back to clip Cherokee, 51-50.
Kris O'Connor made four shots from beyond the arc to finish with 17 points, and four teammates joined him in double figures to lead top-ranked Paul VI to a 73-52 romp at Timber Creek. Jay Howard (16 points), Ron Curry (15), Matt Risse (12) and Roosevelt Cubbage (11) helped the Eagles build a 35-point lead. Dominique Reid had 20 points and 16 rebounds for the Chargers.
Mike Klinewski's 21 points led the way as second-ranked Eastern seized control early and cruising to a 78-43 home win over Cherry Hill West.
Winslow Township completed its 64-63 come-from-behind victory at Camden on Billy Johnson's free throw with 6.5 seconds left.
Marc Schlessel and Jake Gurkin combined for 50 points, powering Cherry Hill East to a 69-59 triumph at Pennsauken. Anewdy Saldana's 20 points and 11 rebounds paced the Indians.
Colonial. Junior center Pat Burns posted 14 points and 14 rebounds to highlight host Haddon Township's 61-52 win over Woodbury. Trey Thatcher (18 points), Dave Cuneo (15) and R.J. McCoullough (10) rounded out the Hawks' double-figure scoring.
James Bullock saved his best for last, scoring 23 of his 29 points in the second half to help host Overbrook hold off Collingswood, 79-70. The Panthers' Malik Clark scored 25.
Friends Schools. Dan Richards (14 points) received a pass of a pick and roll and buried the game-winning jumper with 2 seconds to go, enabling Moorestown Friends to bip host Friends Select, 42-40. Michael Cunningham had a strong game inside for the Foxes, totaling 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Nonleague. Junior point guard Brandon Rembert recorded a triple-double, including 25 points, 14 assists and 10 steals, and Daison Long contributed 22 points and 15 rebounds in host Pennsauken Tech's 96-40 rout of LEAP Academy.