Tuesday's S.J. roundup: Jack Brockett in rare company for Seneca boys' basketball

Seneca's Jack Brockett shoots over Cherry Hill East's Colin Prendergast during the 1st quarter in Tabernackle, NJ, Tuesday, January 30, 2018 . STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer

Jack Brockett became the second player in Seneca boys’ basketball history to top 1,000 career points Tuesday in a 62-59 triumph over Woodrow Wilson. Brockett finished with a team-high 16 points points, while teammate Malin Jasinski followed with 13 points.

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Dante Masino dropped a game-high 42 points as Highland fended off Clayton, 115-109, in overtime. Damola Dairo and Hunter Blessing added 26 and 21 points, respectively, for the Tartans.

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Jalen Collins finished with 45 points to lead Triton past Deptford, 77-72.

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Haddonfield came back from 12 down in the fourth quarter to edge Glassboro, 53-51. Aiden Blake, Mike Depersia, and Dylan Heine all scored 12 points for the Bulldogs.

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Tyler Hardy and Jamir Patterson scored 20 points apiece as Kingsway held off Wildwood, 87-76.

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Jeff Undercuffler and Kevin Wood scored 14 points apiece as Holy Cross knocked off Camden County Tech, 56-53. Ryan Keller had eight points for the Lancers.

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Jamar Johnson recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 assists in Penns Grove’s 79-67 win over Clearview. Kavon Lewis and Jawan Roane each led the Red Devils with 19 points.

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Bryce Barndt finished with a game-high 29 points as GCIT upended Salem, 67-58. Eric Fedoryka chipped in with 12 points for the Cheetahs.

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Javon Gordon posted a game-high 17 points in Delsea’s 69-56 win over Bordentown. Kolby Braxton stuffed the stat sheet with 14 points, six rebounds, five assists, and six steals while Aziz Saud recorded 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Crusaders. Jacquey Mendez led Bordentown with 12 points, including his 1,000th career point.

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Jamere Muschette recorded a team-high 13 points as Cumberland outlasted Cloucester, 55-50, in overtime. La’mark Jones and Mike Burden added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Colts.

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Steffron Watts shot 10 of 10 from the floor for 23 points in just 13 minutes to lead Oakcrest past Atlantic Tech, 88-48. Jalen Busby paced the Falcons with 25 points.

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Tyreese Snipe had 15 points as Schalik beat Woodstown, 51-47. Javon Spann and CJ Holmes chipped in with 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Cougars.

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Dylan Deveney scored 23 points as Shawnee took down Paul VI, 66-42. Dean Noll contributed with 19 points for the Renegades.

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Maurice Murray made five threes for a game-high 26 points as Timber Creek defeated Cherry Hill East, 62-45. Isaiah Sanders added 21 points for the Chargers.

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Jake Topolski and Andrew Sims scored 21 and 20 points, respectively, to lift Lenape over Bishop Eustace, 65-55. Billy Bruno had 14 points for the Indians.

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Babatunde Ajike led Camden Catholic with 14 points in a 65-45 victory over Medford Tech. Dominic Dunn added 12 points for the Irish.

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Omar Ramos posted 15 points in Williamstown’s 53-42 triumph over Pitman. Aaron Lewis pitched in with 15 points for the Braves.

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Jeanquai Morton scored a team-high 13 points as Riverside beat Audubon, 52-45. Jordan Williams and Alex Stockton contributed with 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Rams.

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Isaiah Holden ended with 15 points as Willingboro topped Westapmton Tech, 61-45. Greg Thurman and Devin Williams contributed with 13 and 12 points, respectively, for the Chimeras.

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Jagger Zrada scored 20 points as Moorestown upended Burlington City, 54-46. Nick Cartwright-Atkins chipped in with nine points for the Quakers.

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Matt Cotton led all scorers with 21 points as Eastern took down Cherry Hill West, 92-47. Jesse Barbera added 13 points for the Vikings.

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Curtis Bright paced Rancocas Valley with 14 points in a 73-37 win over Pemberton.

Girls’ Basketball

Brittany Garner scored a game-high 16 points as the Winslow Township defeated Washington Township, 36-19, for its 19th straight win. The Lady Eagles improve to 21-2 on the season.

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Gabriella Payne totaled 19 points as Eastern edged Clearview, 53-50, in overtime. The Vikings relinquished a 14-point halftime lead, and were outscored by 12 in the fourth quarter in large part due to Elaina Hansen, who led all scorers with 25 points.

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Latanya Berry poured in 28 points to lift Sterling over Pennsauken, 47-37. Shayla Sweeney also had 28 points for the Indians.

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Katie Kempter and Katie McShea scored 14 points apiece as Bishop Eustace downed Lenape, 48-41.

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Maddie McCracken finished with a game-high 23 points in Wildwood’s 47-28 victory over Kingsway. Tracey Young contributed with 10 points for the Warriors.

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Jazmine Carter recorded 25 points and seven rebounds as Timber Creek topped Cherry Hill East, 43-33.

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Charlie Baldwin led Woodstown with 25 points in a 53-41 win over Schalik.

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Nikita Acker poured in 23 points as Triton defeated Deptford, 69-42. Jordan Carty and Cherelle Washington added 13 and 12 points, respectively, for the Mustangs.

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Fiona Flynn and Maddie Ogden each had 15 points as Cinnaminson rolled past Northern Burlington, 65-36. Kelly Kane pitched in with 14 points for the Pirates.

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Dasia Wright totaled 18 points in Medford Tech’s 49-20 triumph over Lindenwold. Sionnie Mathis added 11 points for the Jaguars.

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Willimstown received a balanced attack of 10 scorers, led by Danielle Jeffreys’ 13 points, in a 65-34 win over Woodbury.

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Haleigh Schafer and Elizabeth Picardi combined for 30 points as Absegami downed Buena, 49-23.

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Sara Peretti put up a game-high 25 points as Hammonton beat Salem, 46-18.

Football

Jason Morrell has been named the new football coach at West Deptford High. He is replacing  legendary coach Clyde Folsom, who compiled  a  227-60-2 in 27 seasons at West Deptford. Morrell was confirmed as the new coach during a Board of Education meeting on Tuesday night.