Deja Bullock's 17th rebound of the day enabled host Triton to run out the clock on its first win of the season, 40-37, over Pennsauken on Tuesday in Olympic Conference girls' basketball.
Bullock, a junior forward, also totaled 15 points and six assists for the Mustangs (1-12).
In other Olympic action:
Shawnee gained a share of the Patriot Division lead in dominant fashion, using a 25-7 second-quarter surge to pull away to a 64-37 win at first-place Timber Creek. Erin Molina scored 14 to lead the Golden Eagles, with Olivia Askin and Taylor Ryan chipping in 11 points apiece.
Kimberly Roy converted 6 of 8 free throws in scoring 10 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter, and Kamari Talley added 19 points as Woodrow Wilson pulled out a 47-40 victory at Paul VI. Jada Matthews had 20 points for the Eagles.
Jewell Wilson (19 points) supplied perimeter scoring for Easter, which closed out the game on a 13-2 run to finish off host Cherokee, 42-31.
Winslow Township ruled the offensive glass, with Kyanna Fillmore and Jocelynne Jones each pulling down eight rebounds in a 32-26 triumph over visiting Cherry Hill West.
Burlington County. Lauren Moses led Rancocas Valley with 15 points, but the top-ranked Red Devils needed a strong second half from Natalya Lee - with the senior forward scoring all of her 14 points over the final two quarters - to escape with a 56-48 win at No. 2 Delran.
The Bears put up a fight behind Taylor Umbrell's 21 points and Aliyah Murray's 17 points, 15 rebounds and five steals.
Taylor Whitley and Simi Adewumi accounted for 22 points and 30 rebounds in Burlington Township's 42-33 triumph at Westampton Tech.
Heather Horner scored 15 of her 25 points in the second half, helping Florence hold off host Riverside, 49-44.
Colonial. In a meeting of division leaders, Sara DeCinque's 25 points keyed an efficient perimeter attack as visiting Haddon Township handed fourth-ranked Sterling its first loss of the season, 52-49. The Silver Knights rallied behind Anyssa Sanchez's 14 points and 14 rebounds.
Tyler Frankowski's career-high 31 points and 17 rebounds carried Audubon through regulation, and freshman Allie Borden scored her only points on a buzzer-beating trey in overtime, as the Green Wave outlasted host Haddon Heights, 53-50. Nadja Riggs countered with 26 points for the Garnets.
Tiaja Harrold picked up 9 of her 16 points in a 17-4 third-quarter run, giving host Paulsboro just enough cushion to withstand a furious rally by West Deptford, 50-47. Megan Kirschling had a game-high 27 points for the Eagles, who trailed by 13 entering the final period.
Sophomore forward Hayley Raymond got off to a strong start, scoring 8 of her 21 points in the first quarter, and Haddonfield never relinquished the lead in dispatching visiting Woodbury, 51-27. Danesha Triplett's 12 points paced the Thundering Herd.
Ellie O'Neill came up with eight steals to go with her 19 points in pacing host Collingswood past Lindenwold, 36-17.
Tri-County. Rachel Barlage had just four points, but her baseline jumper from the left corner put Gloucester Catholic ahead to stay in a 26-24 win at Clayton. Allison Murphy's 14 points led the Rams in the defensive struggle.
Taking advantage of her insertion in the starting lineup, junior guard Kayla Callaway knocked down a pair of shots from beyond the arc in scoring a career-high 19 points, and freshman center Cheyenne Clark came through with 19 rebounds in Deptford's 50-47 home win over Wildwood. Jessica Freeman scored 17 for the Warriors.
Ninth-ranked Delsea maintained its hold on the Royal Division lead, getting 17 points apiece from Tori Levari and Dominique Hassinger in a 46-27 home win over Clearview.
Junior guard Chelsea Schmidt came off the bench to score all of her nine points in a 17-5 second-quarter surge, and Glassboro barely held on to edge Gloucester, 30-25.
Allie Bradian (14 points) sparked a 14-2 second-quarter run that paved the way for Kingsway's 39-18 romp at Highland.
Cape-Atlantic. Eighth-ranked Sacred Heart rode the scoring of Tay-Tay Loatman (15 points) and Kennedy Johnson (14) to a 56-41 win at St. Joseph.