Nick Kargman scored 23 points as the Woodrow Wilson boys’ basketball team edged Lindenwold, 83-80, Monday in overtime of the Martin Luther King Tournament at Paulsboro. Kargman hit five shots from three-point range. Dyshier Clary chipped in 20 points in the win. Stanley King had 13 points and grabbed 17 rebounds.
Corey Avery poured in 37 points for Lindenwold in the loss while Tazir Cantey added 25.
DaJuan Jackson-Edwards notched 33 points to lead Paulsboro past visiting Clayton, 81-63, in the Martin Luther King Tournament at Paulsboro.
Warren Bethea’s 29-point performance lifted Camden County Tech to a 69-64 win against Hammonton on the road. Zayre Kinslow added 12 points while Damon Jones chipped in 11.
Najee Coursey scored 15 points and Kareem Tinsley added 10 as Cedar Creek edged Egg Harbor Township, 49-46, at home. Jibril Fogg scored 16 for Egg Harbor Township in the loss.
Jake Silva tallied 15 points, including four three-pointers to lead GCIT past visiting Atlantic Tech, 48-41. Gavin Mease and Bryce Barndt added seven points each.
Dean Noll notched 26 points as Shawnee rolled past Olympic Conference foe Cherry Hill East, 60-46, at home.
Sierra Sanson scored 22 points as Shawnee edged Olympic Conference rival Cherry Hill East, 64-63, on the road. Sanson grabbed seven rebounds and Lauren Lodge chipped in 20 points in the win. Maggie Balderstone scored 16 points and Maya Drayton added 14 for Cherry Hill East in the loss.
Alexis Rider scored 12 points to lead Delran to a 40-35 win against host Holy Cross.
Hannah Cooksey tallied 15 points as Pennsville held off Our Lady of Mercy, 34-32. Tori Smith posted 14 points in the loss.
Aniyah Bagby put up 37 points as Paulsboro edged visiting Clayton, 45-37, at the Martin Luther King Tournament at Paulsboro. Rahzirah Blocker tallied 21 points for Clayton in the loss.