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Jada Matthews also had a huge scoring day, dropping 44 points in host Winslow Township's 75-49 triumph over Cherry Hill East. Matthews scored 25 points before halftime.
Mikila and Morgan Stefanski each scored 15 points to lead Cedar Creek to a 60-38 road win over Clearview. The sisters, one-half of quadruplets on the Cedar Creek roster, combined for 11 points in the third quarter.
Nikola Williams and Olivia Askin scored 15 points apiece in Shawnee's 59-46 victory over host Trenton Catholic. Williams also grabbed seven rebounds, and Askin added three steals.
Camden Catholic held off a late rally to slip by host Eastern, 49-41. Michelle Obasi led the Irish with 14 points. After Camden Catholic pulled out to a 14-point lead entering the fourth quarter, Eastern cut the margin to single digits but couldn't complete the comeback.
Raquel Harris-Scott scored 10 points as Overbrook downed visiting Hammonton, 35-24. Harris-Scott also had eight rebounds.
Senior Kylie Giedemann scored a career-high 33 points in Washington Township's 72-52 triumph over visiting Timber Creek. Twelve of Giedemann's points came in the first quarter.
Morgan Lenahan's game-high 19 points helped lead Haddon Township to a 65-31 win at Lindenwold. Bella Preziosi backed Lenahan's performance with 15 points.
Gloucester Catholic's defense was strong in a 70-18 win over visiting Woodstown. The Rams didn't allow more than seven points in a quarter. Mary Gedaka led the Rams offense with 22 points.
Burlington County Freedom. Morgan Morrocco scored all seven of her points in a second quarter that helped Holy Cross top New Egypt, 40-30. The Lancers outscored the home team, 13-5, in the second period. MacKenzie Moran scored a team-high 12 points for Holy Cross.
Colonial Conference. A 21-2 run in the third quarter led Sterling to a 56-42 victory over host Haddonfield. Jordan Wallace, who scored 14 points, had 10 in that quarter. Haddonfield's Taylor Sehdev scored 17.
Audubon outscored Gateway, 40-16, in the first half of a 62-26 home triumph. Val Pineiro and Erica Lord led the Green Wave by scoring 15 and 12 points, respectively.
Tri-County. Makenzi Cooper led all players with 15 points as Gloucester cruised past Pennsville, 53-21. Cooper also pulled down seven rebounds for the host Lions.
Eleven players scored for Williamstown in a 75-30 rout of visiting GCIT. Julia Dixon led the way with 20 points, and Taylor Bynoe added 14.