Basketball sectional finals

South Jersey Group 1

Woodbury (18-11) at Glassboro (23-5), Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

Third-seeded Woodbury's road to the final: Beat Audubon, 76-24; Haddon Twp., 46-45, and Penns Grove, 70-65.

Woodbury player to watch: Junior guard Aaron Estrada has scored 21, 27 and 24 points in three tournament games.

Junior guard Aaron Estrada (center) leads Woodbury into the S.J. 1 finals.
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Junior guard Aaron Estrada (center) leads Woodbury into the S.J. 1 finals.

Top-seeded Glassboro's road to the final: Beat Buena, 63-31; Pitman, 75-62, and Paulsboro, 53-40.

Glassboro player to watch: Senior guard Anthony Mitchell is a versatile player who can score, rebound, pass and defend.

Fast fact: Glassboro has won 12 of 14, with the lone losses to sectional finalists Haddonfield (Group 2) and Delsea (Group 3).

Pick: Glassboro, 48-46.

South Jersey Group 3

Delsea (24-5) at Seneca (17-12), Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

Fourth-seeded Delsea's road to the final: Beat Cherry Hill West, 71-50; Pinelands, 64-36, and Timber Creek, 80-70.

Delsea player to watch: Senior guard Kolby Braxton was 11 for 12 from the foul line in the fourth quarter of the upset of top-seeded Timber Creek.

Second-seeded Seneca's road to the final: Beat Triton, 51-45; Highland, 81-44, and Ocean City, 59-52.

Seneca player to watch: Senior swingman Mike Ginyard scored 23 points in the playoff opener vs. Triton and 20 in the semifinals vs. Ocean City.

Senior swingma Mike Ginyard has been Seneca’s leading scorer in the S.J.3 tournament.
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Senior swingma Mike Ginyard has been Seneca’s leading scorer in the S.J.3 tournament.

Fast fact: From Feb. 3 to Feb. 22, Seneca lost by one point to Williamstown, by two to Timber Creek, by two to Bishop Eustace and by one to Camden Catholic.

Pick: Delsea, 60-56.

Central Jersey Group 1

Point Pleasant Beach (18-9) at Burlington City (24-4), Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Point Pleasant Beach's road to the final: Beat STEM Civics, 76-52; Middlesex, 76-57, and New Egypt, 63-42.

Point Pleasant Beach player to watch: Senior swingman Mohamed Traore scored 23 points against New Egypt.

Top-seeded Burlington City's road to the final: Beat Foundation Collegiate, 75-48; Bound Brook, 74-44, and Florence, 66-39.

Burlington City player to watch: Senior forward D'Andre Thurmond has scored in double figures in every game except one.

Fast fact: Burlington City coach Paul Collins has 759 career wins, third on South Jersey's all-time list.

Burlington City’s Paul Collins is third on South Jersey’s all-time list with 759 career wins.
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Burlington City’s Paul Collins is third on South Jersey’s all-time list with 759 career wins.

Pick: Burlington City, 62-60.

Central Jersey Group 3

Nottingham (26-2) at Moorestown (24-5), Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Second-seeded Nottingham's road to the final: Beat Jackson Liberty, 77-44; Ocean Twp., 78-61, and Northern Burlington, 73-57.

Nottingham players to watch: Seniors Richie Jones, Cliff Joseph and Darrell Johnson are 1,000-point scorers.

Top-seeded Moorestown's road to the final: Beat Steinert, 87-58; West-Windsor-Plainsboro North, 68-56, and Neptune, 41-38.

Moorestown player to watch: Junior guard Jagger Zrada leads the Quakers with 83 three-pointers.

Fast fact: Moorestown is seeking its first sectional title since 1998.