East County Sports

Wolf Pack makes noise with 30-point win in opener



By Bill Dickens
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SANTEE (12-1-15) — West Hills proved that it is going to be a primary contender for league and post-season honors during Monday’s (Nov. 30) non-league romp over visiting Mt. Carmel, 63-33.

12279046_10208518350143136_436842594221224692_n“For the first game out of the gate I thought the girls played well,” said Wolf Pack coach RYAN KINSER. “There’s a few things we need to fix but overall pretty good. For the most part we limited their best player. She’s pretty good.”

MAYA CLEMONS played well and had a career high 22 points, hitting 10 of 12 shots from the field to hoist the Wolf Pack’s overall shooting percentage to .444.

CARLY RALEY pitched in 11 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for the Pack.

MEGAN SCOTT pulled down a team high 12 rebounds.

West Hills:   Maya Clemons 22 (3 reb, 4 stl), Carly Raley 11 (8 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk), Vivian Panella 8 (6 reb, 3 ast, 1 blk), Jessica Fondas 7 (1 reb, 1 ast, 1 sts), Aylssa Garcia 6 (1 reb), Megan Scott 5 (12 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl), Kerrie Daniels 4 (7 reb, 1 blk), Clarrisa Holder (1 reb).

Screen Shot 2015-11-30 at 10.08.46 PMHELIX 69, MIRA MESA 52 – Despite the defection of one of their key players, the Highlanders proved they can still put the ball in the hole.

Helix outscored Mira Mesa in all four quarters of Monday’s (Nov. 30) Matador Classic contest.

Long-ranger CAM OWENS netted 22 points, which included 3 triples and 7 of 8 free throws. She also dished 8 assists and cleared 8 rebounds.

DANIELLE SIMMONS added 18 points and 4 rebounds for the Highlanders.

JANAE WHITE pitched in with 11 points and 9 rebounds, while MARINA SMITH also contributed 11 points.

Helix scoring:  Cam Owens 22 (3 reb, 8 ast), Danielle Simmons 18 (4 reb), Janae White 11 (9 reb), Marina Smith 11 (2 reb, 1 ast), Kalia King 5, Taylor Garrett 1 (2 ast), Olivia Mosuria 1.

GRANITE HILLS 55, CANYON CREST 34 – Host Granite Hills played the visiting Canyon Crest Ravens even with 12 points apiece in the first quarter of Monday’s (Nov. 30) Matador Classic.

By intermission the Eagles pulled ahead 16-7 and led throughout the rest of the game.

RAELLEAH MOORE, last year’s Co-MVP with graduated DEAJANAE HARVEY, was the high scorer for the Eagles with 27 points.

MICAYELA HERNANDEZ contributed 12 points while CHASE ROBLES popped in 11.

EMMA KUBARI and SHANICE LACY each scored a field goal for 2 apiece.

“We’re still getting our sea legs,” said Granite Hills coach CURTIS NORWOOD. “It’s the first game. We’ve got a long way to go and a short time to get there.”

Granite Hills:  Raelleah Moore 27, Micayela Hernandez 12, Chase Robles 11, Kani Kubari 2, Emma Kubari 2, Shanice Lacy 2.

PATRICK HENRY 46, EL CAPITAN 16 – The return of coach DARIN CURTIS to the basketball arena at El Capitan is going to take awhile in the making before the Vaqueros will see positive results.

Coaching changes are like that.

Host Patrick Henry, a senior laden squad, battered the visiting Vaqueros across the board in Monday’s (Nov. 30) Matador Classic opener.

The Vaqueros fell behind 10-2 in the first quarter and never recovered.

El Capitan: Marie Cook 6, Mackenzie Kygar 3, Taylor Fagan 2, Sarah Lohman 2, Leanne Hicks 2, Danielle Pimental 1.

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