Saturday's S.J. roundup: Bishop Eustace and Cinnaminson boys' basketball both capture wins in KSA Event in Orlando

Mike Depersia (left) of Haddonfield celebrates after making a shot three-quarters length of the court at the end of the 3rd quarter in the South Jersey Group 2 Final in boys' basketball on March 7, 2017.

Peyton Vostenak scored a game-high 25 points Saturday as the Bishop Eustace boys’ basketball team edged Central Catholic, 70-67, to win the KSA Events in Orlando, Florida. Mattia Morini and Matthew Kempter added 18 and 13 points for the Crusaders, respectively.

Craig Turner scored 18 points as Cinnaminson defeated Hilliard (Fl.), 71-61, to capture the KSA Events in Orlando, Florida. The Pirates shot 14 of 17 from the foul line in the fourth quarter.

Malik Muriel hit four threes and had 18 points as Palmyra outlasted Cross Christian, 64-62, in double overtime in the Spartan Classic. Gio Nahrwold pitched in 13 points for the Panthers.

Charles and Caleb Fields combined for 27 points as Wildwood Catholic topped Father Jude, 43-33.

Colin Meintel scored 21 points in Washington Township’s 63-48 triumph over Egg Harbor Township in the Washington Township Tournament. Brandon Hickson and Billy McCrae each added 14 points for the Minutemen.

Nick Saint-Just scored 21 points in Doane Academy’s 69-49 win over Maple Shade. The Spartans opened up an 18-point lead after the first quarter. William Colon chipped in 19 points for the victors.

Tyler Tomlin scored 15 in Wildwood’s 62-26 victory over MaST Charter in the Boardwalk Classic.

Girls’ Basketball

Paige Sofield finished with 16 points as Holy Spirit beat Pemberton, 56-41, in the Boardwalk Classic. Kamryn Englert<TB>added 15 points for the Spartans.

Alexis Harrison scored 15 points in Millville’s 43-31 win over Clearview in the Boardwalk Classic.

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