High school sports roundup
Hammonton 36, Williamstown 27 – Hammonton won eight matches, including three by pin, to top Williamstown.
Andrew Mays (120 pounds), Daniel Figueroa (160) and Anthony Tucci (170) all decked their opponent to lead the Blue Devils.
Hammonton’s Vaughn McFerrin (145) won by technical fall and William Boyle (132) won a major decision. Nicholas Melhado (126), Brian McCarthy (152) and Brett Beebe (182) won by decision.
Shawnee 42, Hammonton 27 – McFerrin (145) won by third-period fall, but it wasn’t enough for the Blue Devils.
Boyle (132), Figueroa (160), and Tucci (170) won by decision, and Anthony Roman (113) and Carmen Digiovannangelo (Hwt.) took forfeits.
Coming up – The Blue Devils are at Cherry Hill West on Jan. 27.
Holy Spirit 45, St. Joseph 15 – Evan Fallon (126) registered a first period pin and Mike Mascioli (220) won by decision for the Wildcats.
St. Joseph’s Elijah Hardee (heavyweight) took a forfeit.
Coming up – The Wildcats are home against Seneca on Jan. 27 before taking part of a tri-meet on Jan. 30 at Mainland along with Schalick. The Wildcats then host Salem on Feb. 1 and are at Oakcrest on Feb. 3.
Kingsway 59, Hammonton 47 – Peyton Mortellite scored a team-high 15 points for the Blue Devils in the loss.
Pat Costa scored nine points and Zac Barnard added seven for the Blue Devils, who were down one after three quarters, but were outscored 22-11 in the final eight minutes.
Hammonton 86, Clayton 70 – Mortellite poured in a game-high 34 points, including 24 from beyond the 3-point arc, in the victory.
Costa added 14 points and Marsoreez Bassett scored nine for the Blue Devils, who have won three out of their past four games.
Coming up – The Blue Devils have three straight games at home, hosting Clearview on Jan. 29, Buena on Feb. 1 and Highland on Feb. 2.
Kingsway 53, Hammonton 26 – Hammonton’s Sara Peretti netted 14 of her team’s 26 points in the setback.
The Blue Devils were outscored 16-0 in the opening quarter.
Pennsville 41, Hammonton 29 – Peretti recorded a team-high 18 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Blue Devils have dropped three consecutive games.
It was a tie game entering the final eight minutes, but Pennsville pulled away with a 16-4 fourth quarter.
Coming up – Hammonton is at Clearview on Jan. 29 and Highland on Feb. 2.
Oakcrest 39, St. Joseph 33 – Alyssa Gerdes scored 12 points for St. Joseph in the loss.
Teammate Carleigh Galasso added nine points for the Wildcats, who couldn’t overcome a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter.
Coming up – The Wildcats are at Wildwood Catholic on Jan. 27 and home against Pleasantville on Jan. 29. St. Joseph then travels to Woodstown on Jan. 30 and Cape May Tech on Feb. 2.
Hammonton 3, Deptford 1 – Hammonton won Game 2, Game 3 and had more total pins to pick up three points and the win.
Joe DiCamillo and Mike Heredia had consistent performances to lead the Blue Devils. DiCamillo rolled a high game of 198, but also rolled a 193 and a 185 in a 576 set. Heredia rolled a 183, 181 and a 180 in a 544 set.
Alex Launutti registered a 186 in a 505 set.
Egg Harbor Twp. 4, Hammonton 0 – Launutti rolled a team-high 207 and a team-best 557 set in Hammonton’s loss.
Heredia rolled a 180 in a 513 set, DiCamillo scored a 174 game in a 506 set and Thomas Mature registered a 173 in a 500 set.
Coming up – Hammonton travels to Kingsway on Jan. 27.
Deptford 4, Hammonton 0 – Hammonton’s Melissa Malcom rolled a team-best 180 in a 428 series.
The closest game of the match was the opening tilt, which Deptford won 685-655.
Coming up – The Blue Devils are at Kingsway on Jan. 27 and Deptford on Feb. 1.
– Giuseppe Ungaro