Chris D’Avanzo put back a layup at the buzzer to lift Boonton to a 57-55 win over Dover in Monday action. Sammy Asani had 19 points and five assists and Corey Korenenfeld grabbed 12 rebounds. D’Avanzo had nine points for Boonton (4-5). Dwayne Brown scored 20 points and Dayshawn Bradshaw added 16 for the Tigers (5-5). The contest was close throughout with the teams tied at 30 at the half.
Morris Catholic 66, Mountain Lakes 55
Amir Allen scored 29 points and snatched 11 rebounds for the Crusaders. Syrus Young added 10 points for Morris Catholic (5-5). Trailing 21-6 at the end of the first quarter, the Crusaders rallied 25-10 in the second quarter to tie the game 31-all at the half. Mark DiIonno had 17 points and Chris Boyhan chipped in with 12 for the Lakers (4-4).
Hanover Park 90, Butler 47
Hanover Park led 55-25 at the half. John Crown scored 27 points. Brad Daugherty had 16 points and 14 rebounds and Matt Winschuh added 16 points for the Hornets (8-2). A. J. Pelaez had 18 points for the Bulldogs.
Roxbury 58, Jefferson 54, OT
The Gaels improve to 7-1. Roxbury rallied from a 28-12 halftime deficit and outscored the Falcons 20-7 in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 46. Steven Loreng scored 21 points and Anthony McMyne had 16 points and six assists Jared Shuster had 15 points and Anthony Anderson had 13 for Jefferson (5-2).
Pequannock 57, Kittatinny 52
The win lifts the Golden Panthers to 6-3 on the year James Hitchcock had 18 points, Jamie Morella had 11 points and Ian Campbell had 10 for Pequannock.
Madison 66, Whippany Park 63
Matt Haughey scored 23 points and P. J. Mulcahy scored 21 to spark Madison to its second win of the season. Ryan Gaynor scored 24 points, Joe Michalewsky had 11 points and Mark Basista had 10 for the Wildcats (4-4). The Dodgers are 2-6. Madison led 16-6 at the end of the first quarter and had a 31-28 edge at the half.
Parsippany 48, Kinnelon 45
The Red Hawks rallied from a 19-15 halftime deficit to earn the win. Declan Devens had 14 points for Parsippany (3-5). Eric Hausser had 14 points for the Colts (2-6).