WARREN, NJ - It came down to the last minute, tied 58-58 but Watchung Hills lost the contest to Voorhees on Friday, 61-58.
Cheered on by the Watchung Hills pep band and the aloha tribe fans, the game was tied 18-18 after the first period.
Dan Pilsbury and Drew Taylor each scored 18 points and combined for 19 rebounds for Watchung Hills. Steven Bressler sunk eight points, Gavin DeFuria added six points and Noah Allen and Brian Leon each chipped in four points.
Voorhees outscored the Warriors 21-14 to take the lead into the half and hit 10 three-point shots in the game.
"We dug ourselves a hole tonight that proved a little too much," said WHRHS head coach Justin Salton. "Disappointed we couldn't find a way to come out on top during our last regular season game. We had some great opportunities late to steal a win but unfortunately came up a little short."
Kyle Kokoskie scored a game high 24 points for Voorhees.