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Day 2 Games

Bracket plays begins now.

Game 1: Campolindo 43 vs. Cathedral 41

Once again senior point guard Carl King piloted the Cougars with 10 points. This game was a back and forth battle the entire way but Campolindo held Cathedral scoreless over final 4 minutes to seal the victory. Chris Spears continues to impress with his ballhandling and finishing ability. He totaled 20 points for the Phantoms.

Game 2: Santa Clara 38 vs. Mission Hills 53

Kyler Kennedy and Max Miller had 14 and 11 points, respectively, for Mission Hills who played without senior guard Hunter Moore for this one. Bryce Kilmer had 12 points for the Santa Clara Saints in defeat.

Game 3: San Luis Obispo 41 vs. Granite Bay 59

Robert Duncan once again had a big game with 19 points to lead the Grizzlies. Jon Davis and Kyle Howarth contributed 12 points a piece for Granite Bay. Matt Hannula returned to pilot the SLO Tigers with 11 points in a losing effort.

Game 4: Pasadena 47 vs. Sylmar 36

Sophomore Brandon Jolley (#23, pictured below) had 13 points for Pasadena in an intense battle against a passionate Spartan squad. Sylmar led this game going into the half but was outscored 26-14 over the final two quarters. Alex Moreno led Sylmar on offense with 16 points today. Todd Lewis Jr. contributed with 11 points of his own for Pasadena.

Photo Courtesy of Sukoski Photography. All tournament photos are available for purchase in the Main Lobby.

Game 5: Price 72 Campbell Hall 62

This game was neck-and-neck most of the way. Campbell Hall had a two-point lead after one quarter but as the game progressed Price’s front court depth proved to be too much for the Vikings to handle. The highly touted Norvel Pelle had a team high 16 points before sitting out the final four minutes after receiving a technical foul. Colorado commit Askia Booker (#23, pictured below) had 15 points for Price in the victory. Cole Huff and Austin McBroom combined for 39 of the Vikings’ 62 points but they needed more in this one.

Photo Courtesy of Sukoski Photography. All tournament photos are available for purchase in the Main Lobby.

Game 6: Marin Catholic 44 vs. Washington 55

Marin Catholic and David Ahern, 16 points, jumped out to a 27-18 halftime lead over the Generals. But Washington owned the second half of this one. An all LA-City Selection last year, Michaelyn Scott (#12, pictured below) had 12 points and was one of four Washington scorers in double figures.

Photo Courtesy of Sukoski Photography. All tournament photos are available for purchase in the Main Lobby.

Game 7: Santa Clara 47 vs. Mission Prep 44

In another nail-biter for the hosts, the Royals couldn’t pull out victory after leading going into the fourth quarter. Richard Craig was a catalyst on offense for Santa Clara with 15 points. Art Lane (#2, pictured below) battled with 16 points of his own for Mission Prep but free-throw shooting doomed the Royals amid a controversial finish.

Photo Courtesy of Sukoski Photography. All tournament photos are available for purchase in the Main Lobby.

Game 8: Taft 83 vs. Stockdale 49

Stephen Maxwell exploded for 24 points to help Taft cruise to a blowout victory over Stockdale. Big man Kevin Johnson contributed with 16 points as he dominated the paint throughout. Vinny Lidgett fought hard for 20 points of his own in a losing effort.

STEPHEN MAXWELL WINS THE DUNK CONTEST!

In-depth analysis of the 1st two days of the tournament will be coming tomorrow on the off-day. Thanks.

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