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ROUNDUP: Cougars win on Senior Night

The Steele Canyon Cougars on Senior Night.



EastCountySports.com staff report


SANTEE – The West Hills Wolf Pack pulled away from the visiting Granite Hills Eagles on Tuesday, scoring a 44-25 Grossmont Hills League victory.

West Hills led just 6-4 early, but was up 10-4 at the end of one quarter.

KERRIE DANIELS scored eight of the West Hills points in the opening quarter, including three buckets in succession.

However, the Pack went on to run up a 28-6 halftime lead behind a couple of three-point field goals.

Granite Hills had a nice third quarter to with a 14-5 outburst.

Junior SAVANNAH RINDER and sophomore SARAH MOYER also contributed to the West Hills scoring.

Senior AYANG AGOTH led the Eagles in scoring, including knocking down a three-pointer.

West Hills improved to 5-2 in the Grossmont Hills League. The Wolf Pack will host Grossmont in a GHL contest on Friday at 5:30.

The Eagles will host Santana on Friday, also at 5:30 in a GHL contest.


STEELE CANYON 62, EL CAJON VALLEY 38 – The Braves hung tough early, but the Cougars won on Senior Night and remained one-game out of first place in the Grossmont Hills League with three games to play.

El Cajon Valley battled to trail the hot Cougars by just a 17-14 margin at the end of the first quarter.

But the Cougars outscored the Braves 21-6 in the second quarter and never looked back.

Steele Canyon (13-6) improved to 4-1 in the Hills League, one-game behind league-leading El Capitan (5-0).

The two teams meet Friday at 5 p.m. in Lakeside in the league’s Game of the Year.


CHRISTIAN 68, HOOVER 20 РThe Patriots trounced the Cardinals behind 24 points Рcoming on eight three-point field goals Р from freshman KRISTEN WILLIAMS and Christian clinched at least a tie for the Central League title.

Christian also got 17 points from sophomore SIMONE JAMES.

The Patriots bolted out to a 16-4 lead after one and led 43-13 at halftime, as Williams had four treys in the second quarter. She had two more triples in the third.

Junior ZOE NORDLING scored seven points in the first half for the Patriots.

Christian recorded 23 steals and outrebounded the Cards, 33-13.

Christian is now 8-0 in league play with two games left. Second-place Madison currently has a 6-2 record.

The Patriots, winners of four-straight, will host Mission Bay on Friday at 6 at Ryan Center. A victory would give Christian the league title outright.

A victory would give Christian the league title outright.


MONTE VISTA 41, VALHALLA 35 – The Monarchs improved to 3-3 in Grossmont Valley League play with a road victory at Valhalla.



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