Dominic Scafidi became the 10th Triton basketball player to reach 1,000 career points as the senior center fueled a 62-49 Olympic Conference victory at Washington Township on Friday night.
Scafidi reached the milestone on his sixth point, and he finished with 13.
The Mustangs, who bolted to a 33-9 halftime lead, had four players in double figures, including Donte Vaughn (12 points), Brian Keller (11), and Dave Budd (10).
Also in the Olympic, Bishop Eustace reached 20 wins for the second straight season with a 61-46 victory over visiting Camden. Sho DaSilva, a 6-foot-3 junior forward, had 14 points and eight rebounds.
Pennsauken emptied its bench in an 82-52 win at Cherry Hill West as the Indians got 14 players involved in the scoring. Frank Small netted 22, and West's Marquis Goodman scored 30 points.
Burlington County. Freedom Division champion New Egypt wrapped up its second 20-win season with a 51-38 triumph over visiting Burlington City. Desmond Hubert had a double-double with 23 points and 13 rebounds, and also blocked five shots.
Tri-County. Williamstown's Alssene Saintilus scored all of his game-high 19 points in the second half of a 45-32 triumph at Woodstown.
Schalick avenged a 14-point loss suffered 10 days earlier by beating visiting Gloucester, 46-40. Donte Johnson and Kyle Philo scored 16 points apiece for the Cougars.
Wildwood rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to beat visiting Glassboro, 59-54, behind Zak Barrett's 21 points and nine rebounds, and Francis Christian's 16 points, six rebounds, and six assists.
Cape-Atlantic. Jaymere Hadden (21) and Bishop Evans (18) combined for 15 points in a 22-4 second-quarter run that ignited Millville's 64-58 win over visiting Egg Harbor Township.
Pleasantville got points from 11 players, including 18 by Taj Ford, and defeated host Buena, 88-71. Buena's Landy Panico drained five three-pointers in a 27-point performance.
Nonleague. Xavier Lundy capped a 28-point game by scoring on a layup off an inbounds play with two seconds remaining as Paulsboro edged host Highland, 51-49. Tartans junior Marvin Ayi-Bamah had a career-high 16 points.
Senior Charlie Owl had five three-pointers among his 26 points as Seneca knocked off visiting Palmyra, 61-48.
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