Friday's South Jersey roundup: Lower Cape May's Pat Holden's game-winner adds to huge career scoring total

Clayton High’;s Solomon Robinson (right) catches the basketball against Wildwood High’s Tyler Tomlin during the first-quarter on Monday, December 19, 2016.

Pat Holden hit a three-pointer with 20 seconds left on Friday night to seal the win as Lower Cape May held off host Ocean City, 61-58, in a Cape-Atlantic League consolation game. Holden, who needed 26 points to hit the 2,000 point mark, finished with 29 points. He currently sits with 2,003 career points. Lower Cape May cut the lead to 60-58 with 7 seconds remaining after Tom Jamison hit a three-point shot.

Wildwood’s Tyler Tomlin poured in 39 points, including a school record 11 shots from three-point range. The Warriors toppled host Gloucester, 85-49.

Anthony Dicaro posted 31 points to lead Cherokee to 58-44 win against Winslow Township in Olympic Conference action. Dicaro hit nine three-pointers to set a new single-season record for the Chiefs, eclipsing the previous mark of 7 set by Clarence Jackson.

Damon Jones scored 21 points as Camden County Tech erased a 10-point deficit to edge visiting Pennsauken Tech, 54-52. Mike Osbourne finished with a game-high 22 points in the loss.

Tyler Hardy dropped 30 points and Jamir Patterson finished with 24 as Kingsway topped visiting Highland, 79-67.

Girls’ Basketball

Danielle Jackson scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Eastern past Cherry Hill West, 60-32. Kelli McGroarty added 14 points and Gabriella Payne chipped in 11.

Kayla Sykes posted 21 points to lift Atlantic Tech to a 40-38 win against host Wildwood Catholic. Marianna Papazoglou finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds for Wildwood Catholic in the loss.

Rachel Roseboro tallied 22 points to lead Seneca to a 39-34 win against visiting Pemberton.