Camden Catholic’s Baba Ajike, Uche Okafor to take court together for last time

The senior standouts, who met when Okafor arrived from Nigeria in the summer of 2015, have played together for four years for the same high school and AAU teams.

Camden Catholic’s Baba Ajike, Uche Okafor to take court together for last time

The senior standouts, who met when Okafor arrived from Nigeria in the summer of 2015, have played together for four years for the same high school and AAU teams.

Long-time teammates Hartnel Haye, Tyshon Judge plan to continue partnership in college

The Paul VI senior basketball standouts, who have been together since grammar school, have both committed to attend Holy Family University.

Long-time teammates Hartnel Haye, Tyshon Judge plan to continue partnership in college

The Paul VI senior basketball standouts, who have been together since grammar school, have both committed to attend Holy Family University.

Help Rally and the Inquirer honor our best local athletes

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz will be the keynote speaker at the gala.

Help Rally and the Inquirer honor our best local athletes

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz will be the keynote speaker at the gala.
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South Jersey basketball notebook: Farewell to special seniors at Haddonfield, Moorestown, Camden Catholic

Senior classes cemented their legacy at three of South Jersey's top basketball programs.

Wildwood Catholic boys’ basketball is South Jersey team of the year

The Crusaders went 27-2 playing perhaps the toughest schedule in program history, losing in overtime to eventual Tournament of Champions winner Ranney School.

Collingswood to honor legendary wrestling coach Sam Coursen

The man who put Collingswood wrestling on the map will earn special honor at the school's athletic Hall of Fame banquet.

Moorestown’s historic season ends in Tournament of Champions semifinal

Moorsetown's historic season came to an end with a 60-42 loss against Ranney.

Let’s salute multi-sport athletes | Phil Anastasia

Look no further than the championship basketball teams from Moorestown and Haddonfield to see the value athletes who play other sports can bring to the hardwood.

Nick Cartwright-Atkins sets tone for Moorestown’s state-tournament run

Undersized as an interior player at 6-foot, the senior has led the Quakers to their first state title in 60 years and a berth in the Tournament of Champions semifinals.

Jagger Zrada leads Moorestown past Haddonfield in Tournament of Champions quarterfinal

The senior guard was 7-for-8 from three-point range and returned from an ankle injury in the third quarter to guide the Quakers to victory.

Mainland falls in girls’ basketball Tournament of Champions quarterfinals

Mainland’s season ended in the quarterfinal round of the girls’ basketball Tournament of Champions.

Football standouts Drew Gavranich, Lewis Evans power Haddonfield basketball

The two veterans of back-to-back titles on the gridiron bounce off the bench to help the Bulldawgs to state glory on the hardwood.

Mike DePersia powers Haddonfield to another Group 2 state title

The senior scored 10 of his 16 in the final quarter, none bigger than a deep three-pointer that put the Bulldawgs back in front to stay.

Diamond Miller, Franklin beat Lenape, 73-35, for the Group 4 state girls’ title

Miller, a Maryland recruit, barely had to play in the second half as undefeated Franklin coasted to a win.

Burlington City falls to New Providence in Group 1 state final

The Blue Devils were making their first appearance in the state final since 2004 and seeking their first title since 2002. Junior D.J. Woodbury scored 19 but the Blue Devils fell to the Northern Jersey champion.

Moorestown beats Ramapo for first state championship in 60 years

Seniors Nick Cartwright-Atkins and Jagger Zrada led the way as the Quakers beat Ramapo to capture their first state title since 1959.

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