1. Mainland Regional girls swimming: Mustangs won their first sectional title with an 87-83 win over Haddonfield in the South Jersey Public B championship on Wednesday.

2. Braheme Days Jr.: Bridgeton shot putter signed to attend UCLA this week and defends his state Group II indoor track shot put title Saturday.

3. Atlantic City boys basketball: Vikings (19-1) with much-anticipated game against Paulsboro on Sunday at Cherry Hill East.

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4. West Jersey Football League: The WJFL rejects the Cape-Atlantic League, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Did CAL schools really want to go to Gloucester and Salem counties for games?

5. Cape-Atlantic League boys and girls basketball tournament: What has become one of the best weeks of the high school sports season starts tonight with quarterfinal games.

6. St. Augustine Prep wrestling: Hermits host CBA for the South Jersey Non-Public A title at 7 p.m. today. CBA beat St. Augustine in last year's title match.

7. Southern Regional wrestling: Rams host Shawnee for the South Jersey Group IV championship at 7 p.m. today.

8. Ocean City girls basketball: Red Raiders (17-3) are the top seed in the CAL tournament. Will center Julia Duggan return from her sprained ankle for tonight's quarterfinal game against Lower Cape May?

9. Millville girls basketball: Thunderbolts (15-6) have won 12 of last 13 games.

10. Olympic-Cape Challenge: Another outstanding event, but CAL teams struggled. Olympic won the challenge 7-3.

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