2004 Prime Events
Saturday, December 18, 2004
12:00n --- Sacred Heart girls 70, Atlantic City 49
Sophomore Lauren Howell had 15 points & 5 assists for the future state
champions, who jumped out to a 39-19 lead at the half. Arielle Froumy added 12 points. Two
players had double-doubles for the Vikings - Stephanie Summers had 14 points & 12 rebounds,
Tasha Cannon added 11 points & 10 boards.
1:45pm --- Atlantic City boys 77, Willingboro 44
Ed Keyes offered a taste of what was to come with one of the greatest
performances in Tipoff history - 22 points, on 10-for-11 shooting, and 22 rebounds. Mark Crumble
added 21 points. Bryan Potter had 18 points & 9 rebounds for Willingboro.
3:30pm --- Ocean City girls 43, St. Joseph 34
Kaitlin DuRoss scored 18 points & grabbed 7 rebounds for the Raiders, who
had a 47-25 advantage off the boards. Natalie Vespe and Kayleen Smith each had 9 points for
5:15pm --- Willingboro girls 56, Holy Spirit 40
Tammy Meyers had 18 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists for Boro. Nicole
Trawick added 12 points. Jordan Sykes scored 15 and added 6 assists, Jasmine Crew had 10
points & 4 steals and Alicia Hall grabbed 10 boards.
7:00pm --- Holy Spirit boys 55, Ocean City 32
Dennis Horner had 11 points & 12 rebounds for Spirit, which limited Ocean
City to nine points in the first half. Brian Crilley led the Spartans in scoring with 16. Phil Schaffer
and Mike Wood each scored 6 points for the Raiders.
Sunday, December 19, 2004
12:00n ---- Wildwood Catholic girls 60, Mainland 54
Jane O'Donnell scored 19, Jamies Davies 16 and Genny Farnan 14 for the
Crusaders. Davies set a new Tipoff record by making 8 of 8 free throws. Carlee Briglia led the
Mustangs with 13 points & 6 assists.
1:45pm --- Mainland boys 64, Wildwood Catholic 44
Bill Care and Brad Bender each scored 15 points and Adam Care added 12
points & 11 rebounds for Mainland. Anthony Raffa had 10 for Wildwood Catholic.
3:30pm --- Gloucester Catholic girls 48, Oakcrest 46
Noelle O'Connell scored 16 points for Gloucester Catholic and Adrienne
Sutcliffe had 10 points, 3 steals & 4 assists. Whitney Walker scored 18 for the Falcons.
5:15pm --- Absegami girls 47, Woodrow Wilson 43
In this battle between two future state champions, Gami knocked Wilson
out its No. 1 ranking in South Jersey. Connie James had 15 points & 18 boards with Krissy
Rosario getting 12 points & 13 rebounds. Taylore Wallace scored 12 and Deree Fooks 11 for
Wilson, which went on to win the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions.
7:00pm --- Pleasantville boys 86, Egg Harbor Township 51
Anthony Benson sparked the Greyhounds with 29 points, 11 rebounds & 4
steals. Malik Lyons added 15 points and Cliff Spiller 14. Durann Neil led EHT with 17 points,
Kevin Ford adding 11.