2003 Prime Events
Saturday, December 20, 2003
12:00n --- No. Burlington girls 53, Lower Cape May 20
Erin Walton, who had passed the 1,000-point mark the previous night, had 14 points
for NBC and Kourtney Gibbs got 13. Lower, which was outscored, 24-2, in the paint, got 14 points from
Stephanie Agger, including a Tipoff record four three-pointers.
1:45pm --- Northern Burlington boys 64, Oakcrest 58
Cedric Jackson, who finished with 36 points, 14 rebounds & three steals, paced a
27-15 fourth quarter rally by scoring 12 straight points. Matt Byrnes paced the Falcons with 26 points &
11 rebounds, including a Tipoff record six three-pointers.
3:30pm --- Willingboro boys 63, Pleasantville 50
Greg Boose scored 18 points to pace four in double figures for Boro. Markesh McNair
had 10 points & 13 rebounds with Clinton Barnhill getting 11 points & seven assists. Kamron Warner
scored 22 for the Greyhounds with Ed Keys grabbing 10 rebounds & getting a Tipoff record eight blocks.
5:15pm --- Absegami girls 75, Gloucester Catholic 35
Kara Ayers led Gami with 22 points. The Braves had a 26-9 advantage in turnovers
and placed 11 players in the scoring column. Rachael Carpenter scored nine for GC, hitting a Tipoff
record three straight three-pointers.
7:00pm --- Holy Spirit girls 55, Oakcrest 47
Jordan Sykes had 22 points & five assists for Spirit with Andria Haneman getting
12 points & 11 boards. Erica Bell had 17 points, eight rebounds & five steals for the Falcons.
Sunday, December 21, 2003
12:00n --- St. Joseph girls 50, Ocean City 39
Jessica Terry scored 18 points & made a Tipoff record 11 steals for St. Joe.
Danielle Mento had 12 points, eight rebounds, five steals & three assists. Megan Larsen had 15 points
& 13 rebounds for OC. The two teams had a combined 57 turnovers.
1:45pm --- Sacred Heart boys 68, Ocean City 68 OT
Chad Davis, a transfer from Millville, had 25 points & 18 rebounds to spark the
Lions to the overtime win. Blaise Pepitone added 19. Junior Phil Schaffer had 21 points, six steals &
four assists for OC and sophomore Pat Tolomeo added 17. The loss was the second straight in OT for
3:30pm --- Atlantic City boys 77, Wildwood Catholic 58
Thomas Chappell had 16 points, three steals & eight assists for the Vikings with
Mark Crumble contributing 16 points, eight rebounds & three assists. Lou Morey had 16 points for
5:15pm --- Sacred Heart girls 48, Atlantic City 32
The defending state champs used a 25-13 second half margin to notch the win.
Vika Sholokhova, a 6-4 Russian headed to Pitt, had 21 points & 13 rebounds. Sophomore Tasha Cannon
had 10 points & 14 boards for AC.
7:00pm --- Egg Harbor Twp. boys 44, Holy Spirit 35
Ryan Lancaster paced the EHT win with 14 points. Kevin Ford added 10 points &
10 rebounds. Zach Luckett led Spirit with 12 points & nine rebounds.
All games were played at the Ventnor Education Community Complex