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Barry sets Pack mark with 46 points



EastCountySports.com staff report


SANTEE – West Hills senior guard CAM BARRY may have been overlooked by some heading into the 2017-18 season.

But then again, the Wolf Pack sharp-shooter had drawn some early admiration from others with 35- and 30-point outings so far.

But few may have foreseen what the returning first-team All-East County player was going to do Wednesday night at the Wolf Pack/Horsman Automotive Tournament.

Barry set a West Hills school record by scoring 46 points in a Wolf Pack/Horsman Automotive Tournament win over San Ysidro.

It was the Wolf Pack’s first win of the season in four starts.

The previous West Hills High record for most points in a game previously held by ALFRED ENRIQUEZ in 1996.

Enriquez, a prolific scorer in his own right with the Wolf Pack, scored 44 points in a game.

Barry lit it up early with 15 points in the first quarter, including three three-pointers. He also scored 15 in the fourth quarter, including 4-of-4 from the line.

Barry also corraled 13 rebounds and had eight steals. He finished with six three-point bombs and finished at 50 percent from the field on the night.

Senior ADAM DILLON added 12 points for West Hills.

Juinor guard MICHAEL TOTAH dished out nine assists for the Wolf Pack

Junior forward KEVIN MOHAMMADIAN contributed eight points for West Hills.


EL CAPITAN 59, SCRIPPS RANCH 30 – The Scripps Ranch Falcons came into the Lakeside gymnasium at 2-1, thinking this should be a walk in the park considering El Cap was winless at 0-3.

We will excuse one of those losses as lack of manpower.

The Vaqueros were hungry for a win and played almost flawless.

“Our swarming defense and much-improved rebounding compared to our last three games was outstanding. “ said head coach JEFF BICKFORD.

El Cap sophomore JACOB PFITZNER hit 7 3-pointers, which gives him 23 on the young season in 4 games.

“Great overall effort as 8 out of 10 players scored tonight, proud of my kids,” said Bickford.

The Vaqueros were on fire as they defeated the Falcons, 59-30, to improve their record to 1-3 on the season.

El Capitan will host Bishop’s (2-1), Friday, December 8th at 7 pm.


VISTA 64, CHRISTIAN 56 – At the Wolf Pack/Horsman Automotive Tournament, the Patriots got 21 points from senior NASHOM CARTER and 16 from JORDAN GAINES, but tenth-ranked Christian fell to a top opponent in second-ranked Vista.

Carter was 8-of-15 from the field, 4-of-5 from the line and had four assists for Christian, which lost for the first time in four outings.

The Patriots trailed early, but came back to lead 33-31 at halftime.

Christian extended its lead to six going into the fourth, but that’s where the Panthers woke up.

Vista outscored Christian, 20-6, over the final eight minutes to improve to 3-1.

Gaines had four three-pointers on six attempts from beyond the arc to go along with seven rebounds.

Junior JACKSON LARSON had eight rebounds to lead the Patriots.

Junior DOMANIC SAFARTA came home with eight points.

Christian travels to face Mater Dei Catholic on Friday at 7:30 p.m.


SAN DIEGO 72,  VALHALLA 55 – RAMZI SULTAN had his long-range shot working early and scored 25 points, but the Cavers won at home.

The Norsemen fell to 1-2 in dropping the Baron/Matador Classic tourney game.

Valhalla travels to face Mount Miguel in an East County matchup Thursday night a 6 in another Matador Classic tilt,


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