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Edison 51 Pioneer Valley 32

Steven McClellan and Robert Upshaw did not play in today’s game but they will be here for tomorrow’s action. Freshman forward Alston Doulphus and senior guard Jereol Walker each had 12 points for Edison. Sophomore Jordan Batts added 11 points for the Tigers. Pioneer Valley was led by Jordan Jones with 11 points in the loss. Edison outscored PV 16-0 in the second quarter to run away with the game.

Cathedral 51 Mission Prep 47

Cathedral, using its distinct size and depth advantage, jumped out to to a 31-20 halftime lead. The Royals fought all the way back against the Phantoms, taking a 47-46 lead late in the 4th quarter. Cathedral, who finally pulled away in the closing seconds, was led by 6’9” forward Frankie Eteuati who had 15 points. Kevin Laird and Billy Sukoski led the way for the Royals, with 16 and 10 points, respectively. The Phantoms’ superior height and rebounding was too much for the Royals’ scrappy play and steller team defense as it came down to the wire in this early morning thriller.

Washington Prep 68 Birmingham  41

Corey Randle led the way, with 15 points all from long range, for Birmingham who jumped out to a 2 point halftime lead. But after halftime Washington Prep outscored the Patriots 41 to 12, led by guard Michaelyn Scott who put on a ballhandling show. Scott finished with 25 total points in the Generals’ victory.

Sylmar 53 San Luis Obispo 41

After jumping out to 10-6 1st quarter lead, San Luis Obispo was outscored 17 to 2 in the second quarter and never recovered. Sylmar, who lost nearly everyone from last year’s squad, was led by junior forward Alex Moreno who had 17 points and senior guard Doyle Jones with 12 points. Sean Mullen had 9 of his 15 total points in the 4th quarter, leading the Tigers in the loss.

Pasadena 55 Campolindo 45

Without any contribution from star Steven Adams, Pasadena was able to overcome a two point halftime deficit with strong outings from Steven Shares (16 points) and Tyler Barber (15 points). Campolindo was led in defeat by senior forward Kellen Ito who had 20 points of his own.

Ballou 90 St. Joseph’s 56

FW Ballou, the number 1 school in the DC area and a Top 100 team nationwide, exploded for 28 points 1st quarter and never looked back. Led by Donte Thomas’ 24 points and Zalmico Harmon’s 18 points (16 of which came in the 1st half) the Ballou Knights spoiled former Mission Prep Coach Tom Mott’s anticipated return to Cowitz Court. Sophomore wing BeBe Vargas led St. Joe’s with 15 points in the loss.

Taft 80 Eldorado 31

Taft lead wire to wire in this one sided victory over Eldorado, with a final score of 80-31. The 22nd nationally ranked Taft Toreadors were the clear favorite and did not disappoint, led by USC signee Bryce Jones with 15 points. Curtis Stewart paced the Sundevils in the loss, scoring 8.

Campbell Hall 74 Mission Prep 44

Campbell Hall got the victory over the home team Mission Prep Royals in the late game tonight, though MP stuck with them to keep things interesting. The Vikings kept a small but well-protected lead throughout the first half, then pulled away in the third for a final of 74-44. Louisiana Tech bound forward Deuce Johnson led the scoring charge for the Vikings.

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