Jamie Campbell scored Cinnaminson's last eight points over the final 2 minutes, 30 seconds of the fourth quarter, rallying the host Pirates to a 37-34 upset of Willingboro on Tuesday in Burlington County League girls' basketball.
Micahya Owens led all scorers with 21 points for the Chimeras, who slipped to 13-3 overall and 7-1 in the Patriot Division.
Campbell finished with 11 points and Melissa Tarte pulled down 10 rebounds for Cinnaminson (9-8, 2-5).
In other Burlington County League action:
Bordentown erased a five-point deficit in the final 44 seconds of the first overtime, with She'reva Mendenhall (26 points) knocking down the tying three-pointer, but host Holy Cross was able to outlast the Scotties, 57-55, in double overtime.
Pemberton kept its Freedom Division title hopes alive, as Bria Champion and Tempest Lewis combined for 38 points in a 55-50 victory at Florence. Sara Muchowski poured in 24 points for the Flashes.
Afia Agyemang capped her 20-point effort by scoring nine down the stretch, lifting host Burlington City over Riverside, 60-55. Christine Caruso countered with 25 points for the Rams.
Colonial. Haddon Township and Paulsboro remained tied atop the Patriot Division, and Sterling maintained its slim lead in the Liberty Division race.
Jess Brown (22 points) and Sara DeCinque (17) fueled host Haddon Township's 64-37 romp past West Deptford, while Lavon Childress produced 19 points, 13 rebounds and 7 steals as host Paulsboro pounded Collingswood, 55-30.
Monica Burch contributed 10 points, eight assists and four steals, Tanjae Lewis chipped in 10 points and eight rebounds, and Kylie O'Donnell scored 11 as Sterling slammed visiting Lindenwold, 62-21.
Second-place Haddonfield kept pace with the Silver Knights by dispatching visiting Audubon, 48-32. Maddie Kiep had seven steals to go along with her 13 points, and Erin Brogan blocked six shots and grabbed nine rebounds for the Bulldogs.
Olympic. Kamari Talley totaled 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Shanice Maynard scored 19 for host Woodrow Wilson, which shook up the National Division by knocking off first-place Seneca, 54-49. The Golden Eagles managed just one field goal in the fourth quarter, despite getting 20 points from Brittany Snow and 19 points from Melissa Giunta.
Tri-County. A trio of breakout performances enabled host Penns Grove to avenge a 26-point loss by trashing Glassboro, 66-36.
Antoinette Winchester established career highs in points (20) and rebounds (14) while fellow freshman Courtney Smith turned in personal bests in points (16) and assists (10). Senior Taylor Smith came up with a season-high 10 steals to go with 17 points and five assists.
Tori Levari scored nine of her game-high 21 points in the third quarter, when Delsea used a 15-0 run to break open a tight game and pull away from host Highland, 52-42. Dominique Hassinger added 13 points for the champion Crusaders, who went 10-0 in Royal Division play.
Classic Division champ Gloucester doubled up host Pitman, 64-32, behind a dominant performance by senior forward Gabrielle Cooper - who totaled 16 points, 10 rebounds, 4 blocks and 4 steals.
Junior forward Ariana Slaughter established a career high with 17 points, highlighting host Salem's 44-17 victory over Wildwood.
Cape-Atlantic. Senior swing guard Emily Bell picked up 9 of her 17 points in an 18-4 second-quarter run, and senior point guard dealt seven assists, snared six rebounds and scored five points in guiding host Holy Spirit past Middle Township, 43-29.
Jade Howard's 22-point, 15-rebound effort wasn't enough to keep host St. Joseph from falling, 50-42, to Sacred Heart. The Lions were led by Brittany Harden's 20 points.
American Conference Division I leader Vineland jumped on top early and cruised past visiting Millville, 74-47. Amanda Jamieson (13 points), Kyra Lunsford (12), Alicia Cox (11) and Janae Williams (10) supplied balanced scoring for the Clan.
Freshman forward Mya Alston (22 points) and senior guard Brianna Holloway (19) scored seven points apiece in the fourth quarter, as host Pleasantville rallied past Bridgeton, 51-49, for its second win of the season.
South Jersey Invitational. Aliyah Murray came through with 16 points, seven rebounds and five steals, Taylor Umbrell scored 15, and Crystal Cleveland grabbed 16 rebounds to help host Delran hold off Eastern, 51-47, in an opening-round game. The Vikings battled back from an early 10-point deficit with a 19-10 fourth-quarter surge ignited by Andrea Okoro (18 points) and Amy Solinski (14).
Nonleague. The tandem of Lauren Moses (20 points) and Natalya Lee (15) led the way, as host Rancocas Valley ran its record to 17-2 by edging Hun School, 55-48.
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