Prep roundup

Prep roundup


Prep roundup


Boys’ basketball
St. Augustine 61,
Holy Spirit 45

With the Hermits holding a slim 25-24 lead with four seconds left in the first half, the Prep’s David Sullivan drained a half-court buzzer beater to give his team momentum it wouldn’t relinquish. St. Augustine went on an 11-1 run to start the third and wound up leading 45-29 entering the fourth.

Mike Greenman scored a team-high 20 points while Blake Rossell added 11 and Sullivan finished with nine.

Sacred Heart 90,
Ocean City 76

Freshman Tyler Lunsford scored 17 of his team’s 21 points in the second quarter as the Lions topped the Red Raiders. Lunsford finished the game with 21 points.

His teammate Michael Holloway Jr. scored a game-high 26 points while Khyle Lee-Williams added 16, Raquan Loatman had 14 and Christopher Burch chipped in 10.

Girls’ basketball
Sacred Heart 64,
McDevitt (Pa.) 51

Kennedy Johnson was named the game’s Most Valuable Player, as she finished with 19 points and 19 rebounds in the Coaches vs. Cancer contest at Kingsway.

Ciani Carter and Mandy Buirch also hit double-figures, scoring 14 and 13 points, respectively.

North 46,
Delsea 44

The Crusaders fell on their home court in this Coaches vs. Cancer game. Taylor Christina finished with 15 points and Amanda Schmidt added 14.

Schalick 53,
Lindenwold 21

The Cougars held a slim 3-2 lead after the first quarter, but seized control from there, as they outscored Lindenwold 31-13 over the next 16 minutes.

Allissa Long tallied a game-high 17 points and Nikki Adams also hit double-figures, netting 13 points.


Vineland swept a tri-meet Cedar Creek (36-34) and Oakcrest (48-18) on Saturday. Danny DeTetta pinned both of his opponents on the day, as he split matches between 120 and 126 pounds. Zach Nealis (132), Tayron Davis (138) and Steffen Rodriguez (170) also won both of their matches.

Millville also swept a tri-meet, besting Penns Grove (52-18) and Middle Township (46-21). Four Thunderbolts earned two pins on the day — Josh Forand (106), Keith Mahoney (145), Jose Soto (160) and Javier Colon-Rivera (182).

Buena triumphed over Haddonfield 42-24, thanks largely to the middle of its lineup — the Chiefs won six straight weight classes from 126 to 160 pounds. Billy Ward pinned his opponent in 41 seconds at 132 pounds.

Schalick defeated local rival Cumberland 61-15, recording eight pins in the match. The quickest belonged to Carl Hitzelberger, who decked his opponent in 65 seconds at 160 pounds.

Delsea went 1-2 in its quad-meet with Bound Brook, St. Peter’s Prep and Passaic Valley.

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