S. Jersey Girls: Fetuao's clutch put-backs lift Triton over Delsea

Seneca's Erica Snow drives in for a shot against Woodrow Wilson in the second quarter. Wilson defeated Seneca, 59-40, behind Shanyah Allen's 12 points and 17 rebounds.
Seneca's Erica Snow drives in for a shot against Woodrow Wilson in the second quarter. Wilson defeated Seneca, 59-40, behind Shanyah Allen's 12 points and 17 rebounds. (ELIZABETH ROBERTSON / Staff Photographer)
Posted: January 19, 2014

Alexis Fetuao made two put-backs in the final 35 seconds Friday to break a tie and lift Triton to a 39-35 win at Delsea in a Tri-County Royal matchup.

Fetuao scored eight of her 10 points in the fourth quarter and was the only Triton player in double digits.

Asya Alba led Delsea with 15 points.

Tri-County Classic

Salem 47, Clayton 41: Tiasia Tatem led visiting Salem with 15 points.

Penn-Jersey League

Doane Academy 44, N.J. United Christian 42: Zaniya Lewis made two free throws with 15 seconds left that proved to be the difference for host Doane Academy. Lewis had 30 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, and picked up eight rebounds and seven steals.

Burlington County Patriot

Cinnaminson 55, Pemberton 41: Naja Treadwell led visiting Cinnaminson with 20 points, while Brittany Runyen chipped in 17 and Sabrina Axelrod had 14.

Nonleague

Burlington Township 37, Camden Academy Charter 34: Carin Essex-Arline had five rebounds and five steals to go along with her 14 points for host Burlington Township, which utilized a 13-4 fourth quarter to earn a comeback win.

Moorestown 45, Delran 38: Tristan McGinley scored 11 of her 17 points in the second half for visiting Moorestown. McGinley knocked down 9 of her 10 free throws.

Deptford 52, Penns Grove 49: Cheyenne Clark exploded for 12 of her 28 points in the fourth quarter to lift Deptford to the home win. Clark also pulled down 21 rebounds.

Ocean City 48, Lower Cape May 44: Olivia Briggs paced host Ocean City with 18 points, while Lauren Holden netted 30 for Lower Cape May.

Woodrow Wilson 59, Seneca 40: Shanyah Allen recorded a double-double with 12 points and 17 rebounds for host Woodrow Wilson. Chanelle Perry had 10 points and six assists and Lyayshia Stevens led Woodrow Wilson with 17 points.

GCIT 62, Woodbury 42: Brooke Schiesser scored 27 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for host GCIT.

Overbrook 55, Camden County Tech 25: Joann Bodanza finished with 17 points and five assists for host Overbrook. Three other Overbrook players reached double digits, including Raquel Harris-Scott, who had 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Middle Township 54, Hammonton 13: Holly McKaig led visiting Middle Township with 16 points.


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