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James' buzzer-beater lifts Lions past No. 8 Gloucester Catholic

| courierpostonline.com | by Celeste E. Whittaker SUNDAY JAN. 30, 2011

Gloucester HIGH (12-1), which was just 5-for-18 from the foul line (2-for-4 in the fourth), led 6a00d8341bf7d953ef011570d76699970b-120wi by as many as seven points twice in the fourth quarter, but Gloucester Catholic fought back with that late run.

"The game wasn't lost at the buzzer," Gloucester Catholic coach Lisa Gedaka said. "The game was lost throughout the other 31 minutes and 55 seconds. We had a breakdown with guarding her (James) and they made a good shot, but the game was lost from the jump. We played timid, scared."

Gloucester got 10 points apiece from Cori Conner and Gabrielle Cooper (10 rebounds).

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GLOUCESTER HIGH 31 GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC 25

Tri-County

Wildwood 55, Pennsville 40: Zak Barrett and Malcolm Moody combined for 24 points as the Warriors held off the Eagles. Clint Herrman led all scorers with 19 points in the loss.

Gloucester 31, Gloucester Catholic 25: Stephano Okoro led all scorers with 11 points in this defensive battle.

Colonial

Audubon 54, West Deptford 40: Pete Coulter had 15 points and Charles Slack added 11 for the Green W

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