2001 Tipoff Weekend at EHT
The Cape-Atlantic League against the rest of New
The fourth annual Tipoff Weekend was played at Egg Harbor Township High
School, where it has been held the first four years.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15
Ocean City girls 52, Washington Township 44
Kaitlyn Lawler had 17 points, 6 steals and 2 assists for the Raiders.
Gina D'Amico led Township with 13 points.
Washington Township boys 53, Ocean City 36
Sean Fagan hit five 3-pointers for his game-high 15 points.
Andre Legette led Ocean City with 10.
Willingboro girls 74, Absegami 69
Sophomore Crystal Langhorne paced Willingboro with a record-tying 35 points along with 18 rebounds.
Sophomore Kara Ayers paced five double-figure scorers for Gami with 15.
Marlboro girls 49, Holy Spirit 31
Sophomore Chakhia Cole had 15 points, 12 rebounds and 4 steals for Marlboro.
Jen Daniels led the Spartans, who made just 9 of 48 shots, with 10 points.
Willingboro boys 75, Holy Spirit 66
Paul Bond led Boro with 16 points. The Chimeras lost leading scorer and rebounder Chris Langhorne with
a knee injury in the first period. Marc Milbourne had 37 points, including a record 21 of 24 free throws, for Spirit.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16
Pemberton boys 63, Mainland 60
Cedric Williams came off the bench to score 12 points in nine minutes
for the Hornets. Bryan Mabe had 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Mustangs.
Cherry Hill East girls 53, Egg Harbor Township 40
Margo Buchalski had 19 points and four assists for East. Katelin Klingert paced
EHT with 14 points, including a record four three-pointers.
St. Augustine Prep boys 73, Atlantic City 59
Scott Greenman had 19 points and five assists and Michael Haddix scored 17 and
grabbed a Tipoff record 18 rebounds for the Prep. Maurice Hingis scored 16 for the Vikings.
Wildwood girls 51, Gloucester Catholic 46
Monica Johnson scored 16 and Lana Harshaw had 11 points and 16 rebounds for Wildwood.
Erin Bonner scored 12 for Gloucester Catholic.
Egg Harbor Township boys 79, Pleasantville 76
Howard Williams paced four double-figure scorers for EHT with 21. Sophomore Kamron
Warner scored 23 for the Greyhounds.
Don't forget to come back in February for the
7th annual Girls
Shootout, with 17 games at Holy Spirit over the four-day President's Weekend.