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Thursday's South Jersey roundup: Noll lifts Shawnee over Bishop Eustace in OT

Lauren Green

Updated: Thursday, February 8, 2018, 10:00 PM

Dean Noll poured in 33 points Thursday as the Shawnee boys’ basketball team edged visiting Bishop Eustace, 67-65, in overtime.

Dean Noll poured in 33 points Thursday as the Shawnee boys’ basketball team edged visiting Bishop Eustace, 67-65, in overtime. Dylan Deveney added 17 points for the Renegades in the win. Peyton Vostenak dropped 36 points for the Crusaders to lead all scorers in the loss.

Diondre Hall finished with 23 points to lift Williamstown past host Cumberland, 59-49. Omar Ramos added 15 points for the visitors in the win.

Billy Bruno’s 17 points lifted Lenape past Olympic Conference foe Seneca, 47-32, at home. Malin Jasinski had 15 points to lead Seneca in scoring.

Anthony Burr dropped 25 points to lead New Egypt to a 70-54 win against host Palmyra in Burlington County League play. Quinn Kimmick scored 12 points while Connor Devine added 11 in the win.

Jayvon Laster posted a game-high 16 points as Rancocas Valley edged host Northern Burlington, 46-45. Khalif Lewis and Josh Jackson scored 13 points each to pace Northern Burlington.

Girls’ Basketball

Zaria Spence scored 14 points to lead Burlington Township to a 50-36 win against visiting Willingboro in Burlington County League action. Jasmine Fitzpatrick led all scorers with 21 points for the visitors.

Katie McShea scored 18 points as Bishop Eustace held off visiting Shawnee, 53-47, in Olympic Conference action. Katie Kempter chipped in 15 points for the hosts.

Reese Evans tallied 11 points and Angelina Schilling added 10 more to lift host Deptford past Schalick, 38-31, in Tri-County Conference action. Abigail Chomo and Tia Furbush scored 11 points apiece to pace the visitors in the loss.

Taylor Martin posted 14 points in Maple Shade’s 34-24 win against Florence at home in Burlington County League play. Megan Stanton chipped in 12 points in the win.

Kendall Keyes paced Lenape with 19 points as the Indians defeated Seneca, 56-26, on the road.

Williamstown got a 15-point performance from Ta’Nayjah Pong as the Braves earned a 56-39 win against visiting Cumberland. Deja Robinson led all scorers with 17 points in the loss.

Lauren Green

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