Friday's S.J. roundup: Freshman Marianna Papazoglou's all-around performance helped Wildwood Catholic girls' basketball beat Pleasantville

Celebration as Woodbury's # 3 Aaron Estrada hits a 3 pointer from half court at the end of the 3rd quarter, putting Woodbury up 36-32, during the Woodbury at Haddonfield H.S. boys basketball game on January 19, 2017. Haddonfield won 55-48. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON / Staff Photographer

Freshman Marianna Papazoglou led the Wildwood Catholic girls’ basketball team Friday with 26 points, seven rebounds, seven steals, four assists, and three blocks in a 50-13 defeat of Pleasantville. Haley Brown had eight points for the Crusaders.

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TaLynn Scott hit two threes and had 10 points Burlington Township escaped against Pennsauken, 35-33.

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Brianna Sorrento’s 16 points led Northern Burling past Burlington City, 54-47. Rachel Quigley added 14 points for the Greyhounds. Nydasia Henley notched a game-high 29 points in a losing effort.

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Katie Morrison scored 14 points as Deptford held off Triton, 45-39. Angelina Schilling and Leah Giles contributed 13 and 11 points, respectively, for the Spartans.

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Nay Nay Clark scored 14 points and pulled down six rebounds as Absegami defeated Oakcrest, 53-37. Elizabeth Picardi and Haleigh Schafer had 11 points apiece for the Braves.

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Morgan Robinson scored 16 points as Kingsway knocked off Hammonton, 40-26. Michiya Davis contributed 13 points for the Dragons.

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Grace Marshall scored 10 points in Haddon Township’s 33-16 win over Audubon.

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Charlotte Stern scored a game-high 20 points as Moorestown Friends topped Friends Select, 59-28. Bella Runyan added 15 points for the Foxes.

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Elaina Hansen posted 16 points in Clearview’s 47-26 victory over Cumberland.

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Olivia Falicki’s 14 points lifted Palmyra over Lindenwold, 59-20. Melvonna Singleton and Ashanti Taylor each had 13 points for the victors.

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Fiona Flynn scored 20 points in Cinnaminson’s 52-14 win over Medford Tech.

Boys’ Basketball

Salem erased a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to upend Gloucester, 63-62. Na’Mere Watts led all scorers with 20 points for the Rams. Michael Graves added 13 points for the victors.

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Marcellus Ross scored 23 points and topped 1,000 for his career as St. Joseph defeated Lower Cape May, 84-47.

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Jeanquai Morton finished with a game-high 32 points as Riverside edged Camden County Tech, 77-74. Manny Harris and Jordan Williams each contributed with 12 points for the Rams. Warren Bethea and DaVaughn Williams had 24 and 22 points, respectively, for the Warriors.

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Caleb and Charles Fields each scored 20 points as Wildwood Catholic defeated Pleasantville, 85-67.

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Chris Roe led Sterling with 27 points in a 64-57 triumph over West Deptford. Zakobe Streater chipped in with 20 points for the Silver Knights.

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Damola Dairo scored 14 points as Williamstown knocked off Highland, 40-37. Dante Masino had 11 points for the Braves.

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Brian Burns’ 12 points helped Haddon Township to a 41-34 win over Audubon. Eric Shuttleworth had 11 points for the Hawks.

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Aaron Estrada put up 35 points as Woodbury claimed a 77-54 victory over Overbrook. Brandon Blanton pitched in with 19 points for the Thundering Herd.

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Jamere Muschette scored 21 points as Cumberland downed Clearview, 62-49. La’mark Jones added 11 points for the Colts.

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Michael Ginyard paced Seneca with 18 points in a 63-43 triumph over GCIT. Jack Brockett and Malin Jasinski had 15 and 14 points, respectively, for the Golden Eagles.

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Jalen Busby’s 16 points and Justin Busby’s 12 points led Oakcrest to a 61-50 triumph over Absegami.

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Patrick Holden scored 16 points and had eight assists as Lower Cape May defeated Ocean City, 55-40. Zach Cerasi scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half for the Tigers.

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