In other nonleague action, New Egypt senior Matt Carr had two pins and a forfeit win at 106 pounds to earn his 100th career victory in a quad meet at Hightstown. The Warriors took a 37-31 win over the host Rams, a 39-27 win over Burlington Township, and a 56-18 rout of Pinelands.
Delran used 2-0 decisions by Marcus Miraglia (106) and Michael Boyd (138), plus a 6-5 thriller from Christian Bello (152) to pull out a 31-27 win over host Vineland. The Bears also beat Mainland, 48-27, but dropped a 41-27 matchup to Lower Cape May.
Cinnaminson was involved in a pair of close matches on its home mats, edging Cedar Creek, 38-37, and dropping a 30-27 verdict to Shawnee. The Pirates' win featured first-minute pins by Jason Bowen (126) and Joe Henderson (152).
Shawnee, which also defeated Cedar Creek, 50-9, needed Anthony Ward's 1-0 decision at 145 and Alex Foley's 5-3 win at 170 to beat Cinnaminson.
Bordentown, led by a 714 series from Austin Papp, earned a berth in the NJSIAA state championships next weekend with Burlington Township and Washington Township after strong finishes in the South Jersey sectional championships at the Brunswick Lanes in Deptford.
The top two teams in each group and top 12 individuals by three-game series qualified for the states.
Bordentown placed second in Group 1, Burlington Township was second in Group 3 and Washington Township was runner-up in Group 4. Kingsway's Diante Fields had the second-best single game with a 279.
Xavier Lundy's baseline jumper with 5 seconds left in overtime kept fifth-ranked Paulsboro perfect, as the Red Raiders defeated Lenape, 55-54, in the Bishop Eustace Invitational.
Julien Davenport had 19 points and Lundy finished with 17, as Paulsboro improved to 20-0. Tabu Gaither (19 points) led Lenape.
Also at Bishop Eustace:
Haddonfield had its way against Pemberton, 85-44, with Billy Griffin draining six treys for a game-high 24 points. Robby DePersia (9 assists) and Chris Biddle added 15 points apiece for the Bulldogs, who placed five scorers in double figures.
Julian Diaz scored 9 of his 16 points in a game-ending 26-11 spree, making Pennsauken a 68-59 winner over Penns Grove. Jerome Carmichael contributed 14 points and nine rebounds for the Indians, while Ge'Shawn Davis and DaQuan Chase combined to score 34 for Penns Grove.
Mike Smith (17 points) and Mario Joyner-Vila (16) supplied the bulk of the scoring, Cameron Gamble (12 rebounds) and Jeray Demby (11) controlled the boards, and Dwaun Martin (9 assists) distributed the ball in Woodbury's 59-42 wipeout of Williamstown.
The balanced scoring of Davon Jones (16 points), Nick Lundholm (14) and Brandon Joyner (13) paced Haddon Heights past Cherry Hill West, 60-47. The Lions' Will Plenty led all scorers with 20 points.
Collingswood freshman Jordan Wallace set a career high with 21 points, but the Panthers couldn't overcome a slow start in falling, 61-49, to Princeton Day.
Olympic-Cape Challenge. Chris Turner shot 7 for 11 from the field in scoring 20 points, and Matt Bosch contributed eight points, eight rebounds and four assists to key Ocean City's 52-45 upset of ninth-ranked Cherry Hill East at St. Augustine.
In other Olympic-Cape games:
Darius Jerkins' 18-point, 15-rebound performance powered Mainland past Seneca, 60-44.
Vineland vanquished Winslow Township, 54-41, with Eddie Thomas and Sean Chini teaming up for 23 points and 13 rebounds.
Olympic. Tavaris Headen, who picked up 8 of his 11 points in the fourth quarter, made three free throws in the final 12 seconds to close out the scoring in Camden's 57-54 win at Woodrow Wilson.
Thomas Harper (19 points) and Amir Maddred (10) also played key roles in rallying the Panthers from a 13-point halftime deficit. Jerome Walters made four three-pointers in scoring 23 for Woodrow Wilson, which lost by 27 at Camden on Jan. 21.
Tri-County. Eric Stafford's seventh assist set up Tim Delaney's buzzer-beating six-foot jumper, as host Pitman rallied to defeat Schalick, 60-58, to clinch a share of the Classic Division title.
The Panthers fell behind by 14 in the opening quarter, but rallied behind Matt Spicer, who scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half. Delaney led all scorers with 18 points and Stafford scored a dozen.