TRENTON, N.J. -- Here is a look at some recaps from Saturday's action at the Prime Time Shootout.
Hatboro Horsham 43 Raritan 39
Herbie Courtney pumped in six of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Hatters over Raritan. Nick Torres paced Raritan with 14 points in defeat.
Simon Gratz 53 Trenton 49
Maurice Collins continued his fine play for Simon Gratz, tossing in 19 points to lead the Bulldogs to the victory. Collins scored 18 of his 19 points in the first three quarters, as Gratz led 44-38 entering the fourth quarter of play. Omar Johnson, a 5-6 junior sparkplug, added 12 points, including some important fourth quarter free throws, to help the Bulldogs hold off Trenton. Bryan Miller and Kareem Boswell scored 12 points apiece for Trenton.
St. Augustine 55 Linden 51
Mike Haddix scored 19 points and Nana "Paps" Mensah-Bonsu added 16 to lead St. Augustine to a 55-51 victory over Linden. Haddix, who signed with Siena, and Mensah-Bonsu, a George Washington signee, were simply too much for the Tigers to handle on Saturday. Princeton bound guard Scott Greenman also hit double figures for the Hermits, popping in 14 points in the victory. The Tigers got contributions from a pair of unsigned seniors, with 6-7 Donald Busby tallying 13 and 6-6 Jakeel Gary notching 11 in the loss. Junior guard Tony Wilson was limited to just five points in defeat.
Rice 61 Camden Catholic 37
Steve Burtt Jr. pumped in 17 of his 24 points during a 36-17 mid-game run to lead Rice to an easy 61-37 victory over Camden Catholic. The Raiders used the surge to build a 52-26 lead entering the fourth quarter of play. Shagari Alleyne, Rice's 7-2 junior center, also helped the Raiders get off to a strong start by scoring 11 of his 13 points in the first half. Forward Christian Brown added 10 points for the winners. Junior guard Nick Cangelosi paced Camden Catholic with 16 points in defeat.