The Quakers were the better team, that much was clear Saturday afternoon as Moorestown beat visiting Haddon Heights, 43-10. But the lopsided score didn't define the game.
The senior swingman scored 15 of his 22 in the fourth quarter as the Chargers rallied from a 12-point deficit in the season opener for both teams.
Highlights from Friday's sports in South Jersey.
In his first varsity start, the junior point guard scored 7 points in the fourth quarter and dished to teammate Uche Okafor for the game-winning basket.
Three players on the team were cut twice in middle school. They have emerged as key players for one of South Jersey's top programs.
A former Inquirer all-South Jersey performer, Hines has been part of three EuroLeague championship teams.
Juniors Uche Okafor of Camden Catholic and Mattia Morini of Bishop Eustace and sophomore Damilola Mosaku of Rancocas Valley project as key players for Top 10 teams.
Dylan Deveney and Dean Noll from Shawnee, Ray Bethea from Atlantic City, Myles Thompson from Camden and Maurice Murray from Timber Creek are first-team selections.
Baines, a 6-foot-1 shooting guard, is one of the highest profile players in the state and one of the most talented in recent South Jersey history.
The former Salem star and Oklahoma player was coach of the Gloucester County program for just one season.
The old friends and stars of Woodrow Wilson's undefeated state championship basketball team from 1970 are part of the school's inaugural class to the Athletic Hall of Fame.
The coach led the Pirates to an 8-3 record, a share of the division title and an upset of second-seeded Camden in the first round of the South Jersey Group 2 tournament.
Sweeney is a 5-foot-11 combo guard about to embark on her senior season for the Pennsauken girls' basketball team as one of South Jersey's most athletic and polished players.