Saturday's S.J. roundup: Cherry Hill East boys' basketball edges Burlington Township in overtime

Lenape’s Andrew Sims (32) shoots as Shawnee's Dylan Deveney (44) defends in the first half of a South Jersey Group 4 semifinal basketball game, Friday, March 3, 2017, in Medford, NJ. ( H. Rumph Jr / For the Inquirer )

Carl Gibson and Sam Serata scored 20 points apiece Saturday as the Cherry Hill East boys’ basketball team edged Burlington Township, 59-58, in overtime. The Falcons erased an 11-point deficit entering the fourth quarter to force the extra session. Jarek Johnson and JohnPaul Oluwadare both scored 18 points in the losing effort.

David Coit recorded a game-high 27 points as Princeton Day upended Doane Academy, 74-71, in overtime. Dameon Samuels added 16 points for the Panthers.

Pat Driscoll scored a team-high 13 points as Audubon held off Schalick, 45-44. David Robinson had 10 points for the Green Wave.

Steve Matlack scored 22 points to lead Lenape past Paul VI, 58-51. Andrew Sims contributed 16 points for the Indians.

Justin McNichols scored 15 points as Clearview topped Pitman, 53-49. Luke Castagna scored 25 points in a losing effort.

Jabril Enmond poured in 26 points in Florence’s 54-38 triumph over Holy Cross.

Girls’ Basketball

Shannon Mulroy scored a game-high 21 points as Lenape downed Paul VI, 61-50. Kendall Keyes added 19 points for the Indians.

Lauren Lewis finished with 19 points in Rancocas Valley’s 54-46 victory over Camden Catholic. Jaylin Vandunk contributed 15 points for the Red Devils.

Shavonne Smith scored 23 points as Pemberton beat Hopewell Valley Central, 56-50.

Sierra Sanson posted 15 points as Shawnee knocked off Haddonfield, 53-39. Cameron Morgan and Ciana Viccharelli each had 10 points for the Renegades.

Emily Johns’ 15 points lifted Washington Township over Williamstown, 36-27.

Sara Peretti scored a game-high 16 points as Hammonton defeated Bridgeton, 48-24. Jada Thompson added 10 points for the Blue Devils.

Bridget Kane put up 26 points in Princeton Day’s 61-35 win over Doane Academy. Ryan Robinson had 12 points for the Panthers.

Deanna Corsetti scored 18 points in West Deptford’s 66-15 victory over Camden Academy Charter.

Ciondae Horsey posted 14 points as Woodrow Wilson beat Delran, 41-21.