Wednesday's South Jersey roundup: Warren Bethea's 24 carries Camden Tech

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Williamstown guard Omar Ramos (right) defends Kingsway’s Rus Scanlan last season. Ramos scored 18 points on Wednesday against Glassboro.

Warren Bethea scored 24 points Wednesdayday for the Camden County Tech boys’ basketball team in a 96-77 win against visiting Camden Academy Charter.  Damon Jones tallied 23 points, Jules Washington added 18 and DaVaughn Williams chipped in 17. Jeff Nolasco posted a game-high 28 points in the loss.

Omar Ramos finished with 18 points as Williamstown edged Glassboro, 44-38, on the road in Tri-County Conference action.

Noah Syer posted 21 points and Chris Roe added 18 to lift Sterling past Lindenwold, 64-53, at home.

Girls’ Basketball

Maddie McCracken scored 17 points to lead Wildwood to a 42-24 win against host Cape May Tech.

Maddie Ogden posted 14 points and Fiona Flynn chipped in 11 as Cinnaminson edged visiting Pemberton, 42-37, in Burlington County League action.

Jada Thompson led Hammonton with 17 points in a 43-35 win against visiting Clearview in Tri-County Conference action.

Marianna Papazoglou scored 23 points as Wildwood Catholic rolled past St. Joseph, 63-19.