Julien Davenport also turned in a solid all-around game for the Red Raiders, finishing with 16 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocked shots. Djuan Dyson had 14 points, 11 rebounds, and three steals for the Tigers.
Junior Zach Berry connected on three shots from beyond the arc in scoring a career-high 21 points for host Palmyra, which parlayed a 21-5 start into a 61-41 triumph over LEAP Academy Charter.
Christian Mortellite capped his 26-point outburst by scoring a dozen in a 26-18 game-ending run, and host Hammonton converted 12 of 16 free throws down the stretch to finish off Seneca, 65-52. Kent Dimmig scored 16 for the Golden Eagles.
Tim Delaney battled inside for 18 points and 11 rebounds, Eric Stafford dealt seven assists, and Matt Spicer made a pair of clutch threes in the fourth quarter to seal Pitman's 46-41 home win over Gateway and Joe Palmer (15 points).
James Bullock picked up 14 of his 23 points in the second half, enabling host Overbrook to pull away from Pennsauken Tech, 60-41. Tech enjoyed an early eight-point lead, thanks to Brandon Rembert's 22 points.
Aaron Cox and Allen Gaskins combined for 38 points to help host Millville slip past Lower Cape May, 48-43.
Riverside's Jake Graham (15 points) and Colin Romero (14) teamed up to offset a 23-point performance by Drew Burdsall in turning back visiting Pennsville, 46-40.