Friday's S.J. roundup: Warren Bethea tops 1,000 career points in Camden County Tech's win over Overbrook

Triton's Jalen Collins blocks the shot of Timber Creek's Maurice Murray during the first quarter of a South Jersey Group 3 boys' basketball semifinal Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Triton. Timber Creek went on to win, 64-51.

Warren Bethea recorded his 1,000 career point and scored 24 Friday as the Camden County Tech boys’ basketball team defeated Overbrook, 77-70. Davaughn Williams matched Bethea with 24 points, while Zayre Kinslow added 13 points for the Warriors.

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Jalen Collins poured in 33 points as Triton upended Haddon Township, 56-51.

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Kenny Pickron finished with 19 points as New Foundations knocked off King’s Christian, 65-45, in the Penn-Jersey League quarterfinals. Jordan Gomes contributed with 16 points for the victors. New Foundations will play Girard College Tuesday.

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Jalen Busby posted a game-high 26 points as Oakcrest held off Cedar Creek, 58-51. Steffran Watts contributed with 14 points for the Falcons.

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Pat O’Malley scored 15 points in Holy Cross’ 45-40 victory over Moorestown Friends. Jeff Undercuffler had 10 points for the Lancers.

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Jaedan Sheehan paced Bordentown with 17 points in a 67-60 triumph over Northern Burlington. Jacquey Mendez pitched in with 15 points for the Scotties.

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Duncan Scandin ended with 11 points to help Mainland to a 42-35 victory over Lower Cape May. All of the Mustangs’ eight points in the fourth quarter came from the free throw line.

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Anthony Mitchell scored a game-high 26 points as Glassboro rolled past Salem, 73-44. Kwandel Tokley added 15 points for the Bulldogs.

Girls’ Basketball

Marianna Papazoglou made a school-record seven threes that tied a career-high 33 points in Wildwood Catholic’s 66-34 victory over Buena. Erin Connelly added 10 points for the Crusaders.

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Bella Runyan and Charlotte Stern scored eight points apiece, but Moorestown Friends fell to Abington Friends, 42-24, in the Friends Schools League championship. Mihjae Hayes and Kendall Hodges led the Kangaroos with 12 points each.

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Ashley Jackson had 23 points as Vineland beat Absegami, 72-65. Briel Herbert added 19 points for the Fighting Clan. Haleigh Schafer led all scorers with 27 points and 13 rebounds in defeat.

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Dasia Wright and scored a game-high 19 points as Medford Tech edged Burlington Township, 48-47. Sionnie Mathis added 12 points for the Jaguars.

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Tamarah Lowber recorded 31 points, eight rebounds, and eight steals to lead Deptford past Bridgeton, 63-51. Reese Evans chipped in with 12 points for the Spartans.

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Shayla Sweeney led all scorers with 30 points as Pennsauken took down Florence, 63-20. Evelyn Cortorreal had 11 points for the Indians.

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Julianna Lynch scored 13 points as Ocean City beat Holy Spirit, 33-28. Paige Sofield added nine points for the Red Raiders.

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Zariah Streater scored 13 points in Camden County Tech 50-23 triumph over Overbrook.

Wrestling 

Paulsboro’s Brandon Green pinned Woodtown’s Robert Parkwell in 56 seconds to help win the NJSIAA South Jersey, Group 1 tournament, 51-12