Fast fact: The teams split two meetings in Olympic American play, with Cherry Hill East scoring a total of 111 points and Cherokee a total of 108.
The pick: Cherry Hill East, 54-50.
South Jersey Group 3 No. 2 Delsea (20-9) at No. 1 Mainland (18-10), Monday at 6 p.m.
Coaches: Tom Freeman, Delsea; Dan Williams, Mainland
Road to the final: Delsea defeated Seneca, 78-54; Lacey Township, 84-55; and Ocean City, 90-73. Mainland defeated Woodrow Wilson, 64-49; Highland, 74-62; and Central, 51-35.
Delsea player to watch: Junior swingman Keith Braxton averaged 26 points in three tournament games.
Mainland player to watch: Senior swingman Darius Jerkins has scored 23, 22, 27, 30, 22, and 23 points in the Mustangs' last six games.
Fast fact: Delsea averaged 84 points in three tournament games.
The pick: Mainland 62, Delsea 59.
South Jersey Group 2 No. 4 Camden (20-9) at No. 2 Pemberton (24-3), Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
Coaches: John Valore, Camden; Roy Heck, Pemberton.
Road to the final: Camden defeated Sterling, 105-63; West Deptford, 83-61; and Haddonfield, 66-57. Pemberton defeated Lower Cape May, 71-21; Collingswood, 38-34; and Medford Tech, 60-57.
Camden player to watch: Sophomore guard Brad Hawkins is averaging 16.4 points and coming off a 25-point performance in a stunning win over top-seeded Haddonfield.
Pemberton player to watch: Senior forward Shaun Brooks averages 19.8 points.
Fast fact: Camden has won 43 sectional titles, the most by any South Jersey program.
The pick: Camden, 68, Pemberton 62.
South Jersey Group 1 No. 3 Pitman (22-7) at No. 1 Schalick (26-3), Monday at 7 p.m.
Coaches: Kevin Crawford, Pitman; Eric Cassidy, Schalick.
Road to the final: Pitman defeated Gateway, 78-42; Burlington City, 66-49; and Penns Grove, 55-44. Schalick defeated Riverside, 77-53; Audubon, 76-38; and Paulsboro, 79-55.
Pitman player to watch: Junior forward Tim Delaney, a Villanova recruit, is coming off a 16-point, 13-rebound game in the victory over Penns Grove.
Schalick player to watch: Senior center Rashaan Holloway, a Massachusetts recruit, has led the Cougars on an 11-game winning streak since returning from an elbow injury.
Fast fact: Schalick's lowest margin of victory in its 11-game winning streak was 16 points in a 67-51 triumph over Lenape.
The pick: Schalick 51, Pitman 50.