S. Jersey Boys: Camden Catholic coach Jim Crawford gets 700th win

Posted: January 16, 2013

Boys' basketball coach Jim Crawford picked up his 700th win Tuesday at Camden Catholic with a 60-47 triumph in a nonleague win against visiting Lenape, The Inquirer's third-ranked team in South Jersey.

Crawford, in his 35th year at Camden Catholic, became the third coach in South Jersey history to reach 700 wins, according to historian Chuck Langerman.

Kyle Green paced Camden Catholic with 20 points and Brendan Crawford had 18.

In other nonleague play:

Alex Warren drained four three-pointers and Shawnee took a showdown against visiting Bishop Eustace, 62-54.

Shawnee is The Inquirer's seventh-ranked team in South Jersey, and Bishop Eustace is ranked ninth.

Warren scored 14 points and Tristan Polnitz had 20 points for Shawnee.

Kevin Sotell scored a career-high 40 points in Cinnaminson's 84-41 victory against visiting Riverside.

Sotell knocked down eight threes in the game.

Rashaan Holloway netted 35 points in Schalick's 81-76 win over visiting Delsea.

Kwame Morton had 25 and Ronnie Russel had 23 for Delsea.

Tom Feraco, Lamarr Greer, and Darrell Shelton each had 10 points for Middle Township, The Inquirer's sixth-ranked team in South Jersey, which won at Oakcrest, 41-33.

Isaiah Price had 12 points and swatted away five shots for Oakcrest.

Chris Leary paced Williamstown with 18 points in a 78-37 victory at Deptford.

Kali Boyce chipped in 16, TJ Booth scored 14, and Sam Waddell had 10 points for Williamstown.

In his Willingboro debut, Shaun Russell scored 17 points in a 59-53 victory over visiting Trenton Catholic.

Russell transferred from Westampton Tech and had to sit out 30 days.

Amir Maddred packed the box score in Camden's 63-42 triumph at Timber Creek.

Maddred finished with 18 points, 13 rebounds, and four blocks. He scored eight of his points in the final period as Camden blew open the game with a 22-7 fourth quarter.

Avery Walker had 27 points and The Inquirer's fifth-ranked team in South Jersey, Eastern, prevailed at Woodrow Wilson, 81-60.

Walker also had 14 boards and four blocks.

Matt Klinewski scored 23 points and pulled down nine rebounds. Devon Bell scored 22 points.

Cumberland's outside shooting paved the way to a 62-44 win against visiting GCIT.

Wesley Savage connected on four threes, and Joe Ordille and Milton Morris each knocked down three triples for Cumberland.

Andrew Brown scored 12 of his 22 points in the first quarter, and Cherry Hill East ran away with a 58-45 win over visiting Kingsway.

Hank Davis contributed 14 points, six assists, five rebounds, and five steals for Cherry Hill East.

Pennsauken Tech's Brandon Rembert went for 32 in a 74-60 victory at Camden County Tech.

Rembert made 9 of 14 free throws and finished with eight steals.

After Alderae Boyd (24 points, 10 rebounds) and Camden County Tech cut the lead to one after three quarters, Stacy Thomas scored 12 of his 18 in the fourth quarter.

Dave Daniluk scored 18 points to lead Triton past Woodstown, 50-44.

Colonial. Brandon Joyner scored seven of his 28 points in overtime to lead Haddon Heights to a 67-66 victory against visiting Overbrook.

Eric Schorr and Zack Thomas each had 11 points for Audubon, which earned a 39-30 win at Gateway.

Rashon Felix knocked down three triples in the first quarter and finished with 14 points in Woodbury's 51-43 victory at Haddon Township.

Chris Biddle paced Haddonfield, The Inquirer's 10th-ranked team in South Jersey, with 16 points in a 68-44 victory at Collingswood.

Jordan Wallace finished with 15 points for Collingswood.

Xavier Lundy went for 23 and Julien Davenport put up 21 to lead Paulsboro, The Inquirer's second-ranked team in South Jersey, to a 74-54 triumph against host Lindenwold.

Bruce Hicks finished with 23 points for Lindenwold.

Tri-County Classic. Eric Stafford had 17 of his 26 points in the second half and Pitman cruised to a 65-46 victory at Gloucester.

Stefano Okoro scored 24 points for Gloucester.

Floyd Nance scored 17 points in Salem's 57-31 win at Pennsville.

Contact Nick Carroll at ncarroll@phillynews.com, or follow on Twitter @NickJCarroll.

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