Aliyah Murray shot 8 for 9 from the field and was perfect on seven shots from the foul line to finish with 23 points, and Taylor Umbrell (12 points) added four clutch free throws in the final minute, as third-ranked Delran pulled out a 49-43 win at No. 2 Willingboro.
The outcome left both teams tied atop the Burlington County League Patriot Division.
Nola Henry (13 points) and Micahya Owens (10) led the Chimeras, who stormed out to an 18-10 lead - only to see the Bears claw back into a 25-25 tie at the half.
In other Burlco action:
Jackie McClellan poured in 25 points as Maple Shade kept its Freedom Division title hopes alive by rolling over visiting Riverside, 54-28.
The tandem of Jada Atchinson (29 points) and Courtney Davis (28) carried Burlington City to a 68-55 win at Florence.
New Egypt took command from the outset, with Bridgette Buckalew scoring seven of her 15 points in a game-opening 14-2 run, and the Warriors went on to roll to a 47-29 triumph at Medford Tech.
Tri-County. Gloucester clinched its fourth consecutive Classic Division title by slamming visiting Schalick, 46-9.
Madison McClintock hurt the Cougars inside with 13 points and 14 rebounds, while Johanna James contributed 11 points and four steals for the Lions (17-3 overall, 11-1 division).
Jessica Freeman posted 17 points and 10 rebounds to help host Wildwood wash away Pennsville, 49-37. The Eagles couldn't overcome an early 10-point deficit despite 20 points by Tayler Henze.
Olympic. Sixth-ranked Seneca wrapped up the National Division championship by pounding host Paul VI, 72-50. Brittany Snow scored 22 of her 29 points in the first half, sending the Golden Eagles to a 20-point advantage.
Brianna Wylie reached the 1,000-point milestone by scoring 11, and ninth-seeded Lenape ran out to a 16-0 lead en route to a 42-23 home win over Eastern.
Shawnee secured at least a share of the Patriot Division crown, building a 36-point first-half lead in cruising past visiting Cherry Hill West, 68-22. Nikola Williams (13 points), Olivia Askin (12), Kelsey Kennedy (11), and Erin Morina (10) provided balanced scoring for the Renegades.
Amanda Riiff of Timber Creek had a game-high 18 points, but the host Chargers saw their Patriot Division title hopes all but vanish in a 53-43 home loss to Pennsauken. Vanessa Neal (14 points, 5 steals), Tanel Lewis (13 points) and Aleyah Dupree (10 points, 15 rebounds) led the Indians' attack.
Sophomore point guard Jocelynne Jones produced 23 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in guiding host Winslow Township over Triton, 61-41. Kyanna Fillmore added 18 points and Aisha Medley chipped in 17 points and eight rebounds for the Eagles. Triton, which was led by paige Bergman's 16 points, saw a six-point lead erased by Township's 21-9 second-quarter surge.
Taylor Hudspeth saved her best for last, scoring 8 of her 27 points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough to keep host Bishop Eustace from falling to Woodrow Wilson, 55-49. Kimberly Roy (19 points) and Kamari Talley (17) spurred the Tigers.
Colonial. Sterling retained at least a share of the Liberty Division lead with a 63-39 triumph at Audubon. Anyssa Sanchez and Tyra Satchell combined for 33 points in the win.
Tiaja Harrold and Tia Scott scored 21 points apiece and Alexus McKeithan cleared 15 rebounds, powering paulsboro to a 55-35 victory at Overbrook. The Rams led early, thanks to the hot hand of Joann Bodanza (17 points).