East County Sports

ROUNDUP: Greene’s day a busy one

West Hills' Brendan Greene. / Tammy Ryan



EastCountySports.com staff report


MARANATHA CHRISTIAN 60, WEST HILLS 47 – The Wolf Pack led 16-11 early but likely Division IV favorite Maranatha assumed control from there.

West Hills pulled to within six in the fourth quarter with under three minutes to play.

“They are the best defensive team we’ve seen and took us out of our rhythm,” West Hills head coach Tim Barry said. “We have to be better with shot selection. We have to be patient on offense and stop forcing shots.”

West Hills led 8-4 in the first quarter

“Their big (6-foot-9 junior) Aiden Parsons just wore us down,” Barry said “I am really proud of the boys though, they showed some fight to bounce back being down 14 but could not make it all the way back.

“Maranatha played really fundamentally sound man defense and it was a good growth game for us to play out of conference against a team like that.”

Kyle Dobyns, playing double duty again with the baseball team earlier in the day (leaving early to make the road trip drive), finished with 20 points, 10 coming in the fourth quarter rally.

Three other West Hills players, including triple-sport man Brendan Greene, finished with nine points each.

Greene participated in football practice for one hour at 2:30, then went to participate with the track and field team until 6, then boarded a bus for the 7:45 game at Maranatha, which is near 4S Ranch.

Jake Sanderin had 26 points, including six three-pointers for the Eagles.

Parsons had 23 points.

West Hills lost for just the second time in eight starts.

The Grossmont Hills League season starts next Friday.

The league figures to be very competitive with the Wolf Pack and others, including Grossmont, Valhalla, Granite Hills, Helix, and Steele Canyon, with no clear favorite in the preseason.

West Hills will face El Capitan (0-9) on Saturday.


FOOTHILLS CHRISTIAN 72, ARMY-NAVY 38 – The Foothills Christian Knights are on a two-game winning streak following a strong victory over the host Warriors on Thursday.

Senior Darrien Carter-Holling scored 16 points for FCHS, as well as, handing out eight asssists. He is averaging nearly 20 points per game this season.

Derrius Carter-Hollinger, a sophomore, scored 12 points for the Knights. He also blocked a pair of shots.

The brothers are averaging nearly 33 points per game combined over the first eight games.

Junior Anthony Lambert finished with 10 points for Foothills, while also adding a team-high nine rebounds.

The Knights went to line 29 times, making 18 freebies.

The Knights led by 20 at halftime. FCHS is now 2-6 overall.


CALVIN CHRISTIAN 48, SANTANA 44 – The Sultans gave unbeaten Calvin Christian (6-0) a battle, outscoring the Crusaders, 19-9, in the fourth quarter as their comeback fell just short.

Santana fell to 2-5 overall.


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