Atlantic City at St. Augustine boys basketball

The St. Augustine Prep basketball team defeated Atlantic City 71-61 at home on Tuesday night. Tuesday, January 30

Quashawn Lane scored in the lane at the buzzer to give the Trenton Catholic High School boys basketball team a 56-54 win over St. Augustine Prep on Wednesday night.

St. Augustine (18-5) led 41-25 with 4 minutes, 15 seconds left in the third quarter. Trenton Catholic then went on a 21-2 run to take a three-point, fourth-quarter.

The Hermits didn’t completely fade, however.

Travis Stoll sank 1 of 2 foul shots with eight seconds left to tie the score at 54. Lane then drove the length of the court for the winning basket.

St. Augustine is No. 7 in The Press Elite 11, while Trenton Catholic (14-8) is No. 8.

Marlon Hargis scored 20 points for St. Augustine. Lane led Trenton Catholic with 17.

St. Augustine 14 16 13 11 – 54

Trenton Catholic 13 9 18 14 – 56

AUG – Allen 7, Delaney 7, Foreman 2, Hargis 20, Kendricks 7, Leo 4, Stoll 7

TC – Battle 14, Evans 14, Lane 17, Massenat 6, Reid 2, Ryland 2, Wright 1

3-pointers – Aug. Hargis (2), Allen; TC. Evans (2), Battle

Records – St. Augustine 18-5; Trenton Catholic 14-8

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