East County Sports

Roundup: Wolf Pack charge past Su-Hi



ECS Staff Report

CHULA VISTA  – After a couple of tough losses the West Hills Wolf Pack took to the road and never really looked back as they defeated the Sweetwater Red Devils, 58-37, on Tuesday (Dec. 6).

Everyone for the Pack was able to get into the contest and rack up minutes as West Hills would take control of the contest with a 33-20 advantage at the break. Leading the charge for the Pack in the first half was Junior Theron Humphrey who canned 8 of his 11 points in the half and right behind him was Senior Zeid Salem who also tallied 8 points in the first half.

The Pack in the second half would really push things out of reach as Sweetwater would be held to only 3 points in the third quarter as they would be outscored 13-3. Leading all scorers was Salem who racked up 15 points on the night including a perfect 8-of-8 from the foul line.

Both Vince Hillman and Humphrey for the Pack would also score in the double-digits as both tallied 11 points on the evening.

With the win, the Wolf Pack halt their two-game losing streak and improve their record on the season to 5-2 and will next comeback home tomorrow evening on Wednesday to take on the Maranatha Christian Eagles who are coming off of a 46-44 victory over the Christian High Patriots and a 2-4 overall record. The tip-off will be at 6 PM.


El Capitan 70, Calvin Christian 57

ESCONDIDO – Despite a slim 15-11 lead after the first quarter, the Vaqueros would outscore the Crusaders 21-14 to lead 36-25 at the break.

With the victory, the Vaqueros stay undefeated on the season as they improve their record to 7-0 while the Crusaders fall to 3-2.

Next up for the Vaqueros will be a home contest on Friday, December 9 which will be scheduled for a 7 pm tip-off against the Crawford Colts who come into Lakeside off of a loss to Monte Vista and a record of 1-3 so far.

Granite Hills 47, Oceanside 45

EL CAJON – Granite Hills closed on an 11-2 run, capped by a go-ahead, game-winning 3-point shot in the final seconds to shock visiting Ocenside.

The Eagles roster is not posted or we’d tell you the name of the player (Uniform No. 1) who connected in the clutch.

West Hills 59, Sweetwater 37
El Capitan 70, Calvin Christian 68
Granite Hills 47, Oceanside 45
Borrego Springs 64, Anza-Hamilton 23
Chula Vista 57, Liberty Charter 42
Maranatha Christian 46, Christian 44
Army-Navy at Patrick Henry, no report
Calexico Mission at Julian, no report
Mountain Empire at The Cambridge, no report


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