A list of the hot topics, teams, athletes and personalities in high school sports this week:
1. Mainland Regional boys swimming
1. Mainland Regional boys swimming: The Mustangs won their sixth straight South Jersey title with a 98-72 win over Ocean City on Wednesday.
2. Ocean City girls basketball
2. Ocean City girls basketball: After a 1-5 start, the Red Raiders (16-5) have won 15 straight and will play at Mainland Regional on Friday at 5:30 p.m.
3. St. Augustine wrestling
3. St. Augustine Prep wrestling: The Hermits have won eight straight and will host Christian Brothers Academy for the South Jersey Non-Public A title on Friday at 6 p.m.
4. Southern Regional wrestling
4. Southern Regional wrestling: The Rams (17-1) avenged their only loss and beat Toms River North 35-26 in the South jersey Group V semifinals Wednesday. Southern, the defending state champion, will wrestle at Howell for the South Jersey title on Friday at 6 p.m.
5. Nay Nay Clark and Haleigh Schafer
5. Nay Nay Clark and Haleigh Schafer: It’s bene a big week for milestones for girls basketball players in the Greater Egg Harbor School District. Clark of Oakcrest and Schafer of Absegami both reach the 1,000 career point mark this week.
6. OLMA girls basketball
6. OLMA girls basketball: The Villagers are not only 18-4 but they also raised more than $2,000 for charity at their Blackout Cancer game against Audubon earlier this month.
7. Taj Thweatt's dunk contest
7. Taj Thweatt’s dunk contest: The Wildwood Catholic senior is one of 16 players from around the country taking part in a public online voting contest to select the final contestant in the American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk Championship in Atlanta during the NCAA college basketball Final Four in April. Fans can vote for Thweatt at www.amfam.com/fanvote.
8. Marcus Pierce and Daniel Skillings
8. Marcus Pierce and Daniel Skillings: These St. Joe underclassmen form one of the better one-two punches in South Jersey. Pierce, a junior guard, averages 19.7 points and 3.4 assists. Skillings, a sophomore forward, averages 19.6 points and 7.1 rebounds.
9. Wildwood girls basketball
9. Wildwood girls basketball: Warriors (18-4) should be the No. 2 seed in the South Jersey Group I bracket.
10. ACIT boys basketball
10. ACIT boys basketball: It’s been a historic season for the Red Hawks. They have won a school-record 13 games and Nurridin Abdul-Rahmann on Wednesday became the first boy in school to history to score 1,000 career points.