Collingswood Boys Basketball Team Wins Two to Remain Unbeaten

Panthers wrestling hosted and won a holiday tournament on the last Saturday of 2013.

The Collingswood High School boys basketball team improved to 3-0 with wins over New Foundations and GCIT by nearly identical scores, according to nj.com.

The Panthers defeated New Foundations out of Pennsylvania, 68-41, last Thursday.

Tyree Mann-Barnes led the way with 13 points, including three three-pointers. Jordan Wallace was next with 10 as Collingswood took an early lead and never let up.

One day later, Collingswood downed GCIT, 68-40, behind 16 points from Mann-Barnes. Steve Earl knocked down 12 points, and Wallace had 11.

Girls basketball

Collingswood dropped a three-point decision to Pennsauken, 35-32, last Friday, according to nj.com.

Lauren Glaze led the way with 17 points, including two three-pointers. The Panthers held a 17-12 lead at halftime, but couldn’t hold on in the second half. Collingswood remains winless at 0-3.


Collingswood won its own holiday tournament, compiling 153 points to capture the team title at the Collingswood Holiday tournament on Saturday, according to nj.com.

The Panthers captured two individual titles, including at  126 and at 182, where Mike Campbell pinned Bordentown’s Cody Levasseur in one minute, 19 seconds.

The Panthers placed finalists in three other weight classes.

At 152, Ali Ayaz dropped a 19-6 major decision to Trenton’s Maaziah Bethea in the final.

The 170-pound final saw Billy Crowley fall to Moorestown’s Anthony Williamson, 8-4.

Pat Miles advanced to the 195-pound final, where he was pinned by Nottingham’s Wroway Williams in 2:26.


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