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Boys’ basketball

Feb. 8

St. Joseph 56, Overbrook 50 – Jordan Herrin scored 18 points as the Wildcats’ rallied from a 9-point deficit for the victory.

St. Joseph outscored Overbrook 30-15 in the second half.

Terrence Pough netted 11 points and Marcellus Ross chipped in with nine in the win. Devin Martin registered eight points.

Feb. 10

St. Joseph 75, Buena 60 – Martin scored a game-high 29 points, including 25 in the second half, to lead the Wildcats to the win.

Herrin had 22 points and 13 rebounds as St. Joseph remained perfect in February (5-0).

Feb. 12

St. Joseph 62, Cedar Creek 49 – Herrin and Pough both scored 17 points as the Wildcats earned their seventh consecutive win.

Ross recorded 11 points and Martin finished with seven.

Feb. 13

St. Joseph 53, Audubon 52 – The Wildcats outscored Audubon 15-11 in the fourth quarter to earn their eighth straight win.

Martin led St. Joseph with 16 points while Herrin scored 14 points and Pough added 10.

Coming up – The Wildcats are home against ACIT on Feb. 18 and at GCIT on Feb. 19. On Feb. 21, they’ll take on Bridgeton in the Shoot Down Cancer Classic at St. Augustine.

Girls’ basketball

Feb. 10

St. Joseph 39, Buena 18 – St. Joseph’s Alyssa Gerdes scored a game-high 14 points in the win.

Marykate McLaughlin added 10 points in a game the Wildcats controlled from the first quarter.

Feb. 12

Cedar Creek 46, St. Joseph 29 – McLaughlin scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for St. Joseph in the loss.

Gerdes added six points for the Wildcats, who were outscored 15-6 in the fourth quarter.

Feb. 13

ACIT 21, St. Joseph 15 – Gerdes and Nicole Fox both scored four points in St. Joseph’s loss

The Wildcats were held to five or less points in every quarter.

Coming up – St. Joseph is at ACIT on Feb. 18.

Wrestling

Feb. 8

NJSIAA playoffs

Non-Public B South first round

St. Joseph 33, Gloucester Catholic 24 – The fourth-seeded Wildcats opened the playoffs with a victory over No. 5 Gloucester Catholic.

St. Joseph’s David Luliucci (113 pounds), Daniel Hatvany (145), Elijah Hardee (220) and Mike Mascioli (heavyweight) all recorded pins in the win. Chris Mazzarelli won a 6-4 decision.

Every other bout was forfeited one way or the other.

Feb. 10

NJSIAA playoffs

Non-Public B South quarterfinals

Holy Spirit 59, St. Joseph 9 – Mascioli edged Holy Spirit’s Justin Figueroa, 3-2, at 220 pounds, but the top-seeded Spartans rolled to the win.

Evan Fallon (120) won by forfeit for the Wildcats.

Feb. 13

Cedar Creek 60, St. Joseph 24 – Luliucci (106) and Fallon (120) picked up pins of the Wildcats in the loss.

Coming up – The Wildcats will take part in the District 30 Tournament on Feb. 19 and Feb. 20 at Overbrook.

– Giuseppe Ungaro

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