Hammonton High School sports roundup
Hammonton 63, Buena 36 – Hammonton used an 18-2 second quarter to dominate Buena in a nonleague game.
Peyton Mortellite scored 22 points and Marsoreez Bassett added 11 in the win. Pat Costa chipped in nine points and Zach Barnard had eight.
Highland 60, Hammonton 54 – Mortellite scored a game-high 23 points in the loss. Costa netted 12 points and Bassett added eight.
Glassboro 63, Hammonton 43 – Junior Joseph led the Blue Devils with 12 points and Mortellite scored eight.
Hammonton was held to 13 first-half points and trailed by 22 at halftime.
Seneca 46, Hammonton 43 – Costa scored 16 points, including 12 from beyond the arc, to lead the Blue Devils. Mortellite also made four 3-pointers.
Coming up – Hammonton is at Triton on Feb. 9 and Kingsway on Feb. 11. The Blue Devils host Delran on Feb. 13 and GCIT on Feb. 16.
Highland 46, Hammonton 23 – Amiya Porteons scored six points and Paige Souder added five in Hammonton’s loss.
Hammonton 42, Penns Grove 17 – The Blue Devils’ Sara Peretti led all scorers with 15 points, just two less than Penns Grove’s entire team.
Macie Amoriello scored nine points for Hammonton, which took control of the game with a 17-2 second quarter.
Coming up – The Blue Devils host Triton on Feb. 9 and Kingsway on Feb. 11. Hammonton is at St. Joseph on Feb. 15 and GCIT on Feb. 16.
Clearview 59, Hammonton 9 – Anthony Roman (106 pounds) won his match with a sudden victory and Hakeem Parker (heavyweight) won by forfeit.
Hammonton 63, Palmyra 15 – The Blue Devils won 11 matches, including seven by forfeit against Palmyra.
Andrew Mays (120) and William Boyle (126) both registered first-period pins for the victors. Caleb Corrigan (170) recorded a win by technical fall in 3:45 and Roman (106) won an 8-0 major decision.
Hammonton 66, Cedar Creek 10 – The Blue Devils won 12 of 14 matches, including six by pin, to dominate the Pirates.
Roman (106), Brian McCarty (152) and Daniel Figueroa (160) picked up pins in the first period. Anthony Tucci (170), Brian Beebe (182) and Tom Donio (195) also won by putting their opponents on their backs.
Boyle (126) won by technical fall, Nicholas Melhado (132) won a major decision and Mays (120) won a decision.
Coming up – Hammonton hosts Schalick and Seneca on Feb. 10, and is at Triton for a quad along with Gloucester and Overbrook on Feb. 13.
Deptford 4, Hammonton 0 – Hammonton’s Melissa Malcolm and Geanna Serechia both rolled high games of 150, and teammate Marisa Nocito recorded a 148 in the loss to Deptford.
Malcom registered a team-best 387 series, and Serechia added a 368.
– Giuseppe Ungaro