Rashon Felix delivers win for Woodbury on late shot

Posted: January 15, 2013

Rashon Felix delivered some late-game heroics on Monday as Woodbury pulled out a 68-62 boys' basketball win against visiting Medford Tech in a nonleague game.

Felix tied the game on a three-point, turnaround jumper from the corner as time expired to send the game to overtime.

William Harris, who finished with 14 points, gave Woodbury a 63-62 lead on a putback with 1 minute, 30 seconds left.

Dwuan Martin finished with 26 points for Woodbury and knocked down two free throws in the final minute of overtime to seal the win.

In other nonleague play:

Rashone Damon stayed calm late and guided Cinnaminson to a 55-53 victory at Moorestown.

Damon had 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and knocked down all 12 of his free throws, including six in the final period.

Danny Schmid finished with 13 points, six assists, and seven rebounds in Holy Cross' 56-45 win over visiting St. Joseph.

Brandon Rowe chipped in 14 points for Holy Cross.

Stacy Thomas had a double-double to lead host Pennsauken Tech past Maple Shade, 70-52.

Thomas finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds.

Brandon Rembert added 23 points for Pennsauken Tech.

Jay Howard and Matt Risse had 18 and 17 points, respectively, in Paul VI's 75-47 win at Washington Township.

Paul VI is The Inquirer's fourth-ranked team in South Jersey.

Christian Mortellite scored 12 of his 23 points in the first quarter to ignite Hammonton in its 77-44 triumph at Clearview.

Burlington Liberty. Marcus Brown netted 27 points in host Northern Burlington's 59-49 win against Westampton Tech.

Lamar Morgan knocked down three triples and finished with 34 points for Westampton Tech.

Girls' Basketball

Pitman made up a seven-point deficit in a frantic minute to pull out a 44-43 nonleague win against visiting GCIT.

Rebecca Williams hit a three before Annie Beato finished a three-point play to close within one.

With 15 seconds left, Beato knocked down a jumper to go ahead and eventually win.

Beato, a freshman, scored a career-high 19 points, had five rebounds, and four blocks.

Taylor Reed finished with 23 points in Clayton's 44-39 victory at Camden Academy Charter.

Maxie New added eight points, seven assists, and five steals for Clayton.

In other nonleague action:

Erica Snow scored seven of her 19 points in the first quarter and Seneca topped visiting Winslow Township, 54-43.

Aliyah Murray had 11 of her 19 points in the third quarter to lift Delran to a 34-24 triumph at Moorestown.

Nicole Bayer added seven points and 11 rebounds for Delran.

Jessica Monte scored 22 points to lead Washington Township to a 62-49 victory at Paul VI.

Kiana Ye knocked down seven threes and finished with 23 points for Paul VI.

Danesha Triplett scored 18 points in Woodbury's 61-45 win at Vineland.

Kate George scored eight points in Riverside's 39-21 win at Medford Tech.

George scored all six of Riverside's third-quarter points.

South Jersey Invitational. Danielle Genay paced Eastern with 14 points in a 33-30 win at Holy Cross.

Genay knocked down four threes.


Matt Nagle earned host Palmyra's lone pin but the Panthers held on for a 37-36 nonleague win against St. Joseph.

At 145 pounds, Nagle pinned Nick Trotz in 54 seconds.

St. Joseph picked up wins at 152, 160, 170, and 182, highlighted by pins by Logan Laughlin and Christian LaFragola, to take the lead, but could not overcome forfeits at 195, 220, and 285 pounds.

In other nonleague play, Westampton Tech cruised to a 48-24 win at Gloucester Catholic behind pins by Joseph Accurso, Elisha Love, Devon Williams, and Givonnie Trahan.

Colonial. Billy Crowley picked up a pin in 46 seconds at 182 pounds for Collingswood, which won at Audubon, 43-22.

Paulsboro's Nick Duca pinned Connor Garzon in 49 seconds to highlight the Red Raiders' 62-12 home win.

Burlington County. Spiro Martianou only needed 53 seconds to pin Tyler Hilsinger at 160 pounds and Moorestown beat Pemberton, 58-15.

At 106 pounds, Blake Rogers pinned Keshawn Thorpe in 28 seconds and Rancocas Valley rolled to a 72-6 win at Willingboro.

Contact Nick Carroll at ncarroll@phillynews.com. Follow on Twitter @NickJCarroll.

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