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January 26, 2013On Saturday morning we drove down to Rancocas Valley High School for six games in the Jeff Coney Classic. With games in both gyms at the same time, we decided to stay in the back gym because it gave us a chance to see more teams for the first time this season.
In the first game Florence beat Delran 57-52 as 6-foot-3 Sr. Quentin Harris had 25 points and 11 rebounds. 6-foot-2 Sr. Tim Macey notched 22 for Delran.
In the second game Williamstown upended Cinnaminson 67-59. 5-foot-11 Sr. Kali Boyce led the balanced attack with 14. 5-foot-9 Sr. Dan Haddon and 6-foot-3 Sr. Xavier Wilson divided 39 for Cinnaminson.
In the third game Haddonfield doubled up Westampton Tech 89-42. 6-foot-2 Sr. Billy Griffin was high for the balanced Bulldawg attack with 17. 6-foot-1 So. Lamar Morgan finished with a game high 19 for Westampton Tech.
In the fourth game a young Pemberton team beat Winslow vs. Pemberton 64-55. 6-foot-2 Jr. Shaun Brooks tallied 20 points and 9 rebounds. 5-foot-8 Jr. Masner Beauplan registered 17, 10 in the first quarter for Winslow.
In the fifth game Paul VI handled Medford Tech 59-51. 6-foot-3 Jr. Jay Howard netted 26, 16 in the second quarter. 6-foot So. Myles Powell buried 6 treys and had 27 for Medford Tech.
In the finale Washington Township held off Delsea 52-45. 6-foot-3 Jr. Julian Jastrzebski netted 19, 10 in the fourth quarter. 5-foot-10 Jr. Ronnie Russell also had 10 in the fourth quarter for Delsea. He finished with 20.
More coverage on the top prospects at the Classic on this site over the next few days.
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