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Day 4 Games

Day 4 Games:

Sheldon 62 Kentwood 49

Kentwood junior Josh Smith, who had 3 offensive fouls in the 1st half, showed up big today with 22 points, 11 rebounds, and 6 blocks. But it was not enough to overcome the team play of Sheldon, led by sophomore Darius Nelson with 28 points and senior guard Marcus Jackson with 18. Kentwood was up by 6 at the end of the 1st quarter, but Sheldon controlled the game from the 2nd quarter on.

Sylmar 58 Los Osos 37

Gary Ricks had 11 points and Tyler Honeycutt followed with 10, for Sylmar whose stifling defense was the difference in this game. Andre Wells had 8 points for Los Osos, all in the 1st quarter, and then was benched by his coach for the remainder of the game. The referees really let this game play out and that resulted in multiple altercations between Los Osos and Sylmar players. Kendall Williams, who sat out the 1st quarter, came back with a better attitude and showed impressive leadership, scoring 8 points in the loss.

Campolindo 63 St. Joe’s 38

Chris Dyer led Campolindo, who took control of this game with a 20-2 1st quarter, had 13 points. Jacob Cano finished with 13 points for the Knights in the loss.

Fremont 67  El Dorado 64

Fremont star Tony Freeland sprained his ankle when he was fouled going up for a fast break dunk in the 1st quarter, but Fremont recovered to take this game. Josh Manning led the charge for the Pathfinders with 11 points and Kelvin Smith showed up big with 13 points. Mitrell Clark kept El Dorado in it with 21 points and Marcus Moreland helped with 17 points of his own.  El Dorado came on late, outscoring Fremont 18-9 in the 4th quarter, but it wasn’t enough.

Bishop O’Connell 63 Campbell Hall 36

Knights junior Kendall Marshall has made his mark today with 23 points, and David Eismeier showed up big with 13 points. Keegan Keegan Hornbuckle and Deuce Johnson had 10 points apiece for Campbell Hall. It’s become obvious that I underestimate Bishop O’Connell’s team defense which is phenomenal. 

Mission Prep 45 Mission Hills 33

Bishop Montgomery 60 Taft 55 (2 OT)

Michael Williams and Terran Carter and 20 and 15 points, respectively for Taft. But Richard Solomon came through for Bishop Montgomery with 16 points and Justin Cobbs was clutch with 15 of his own. Bishop Montgomery, with the upset, moves on to face Bishop O’Connell in the final. Taft goes to play Campbell Hall in the semifinal.

Rio Americano 66 LACES 49

The Raider’s Pierce Burton led the way 18 points. LACES guard Sean Butler, once again carried the load for the undersized Unicorn’s with 22 points. Rio Americano’s Cal Poly signee Kyle Odister had 15 points of his own.

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