The Cate boys basketball team allowed just 12 points through three quarters Wednesday night on its way to a 61-23 road victory over Laguna Blanca.
Parker May and A.J. Oke were all over Laguna’s Devin Hernandez throughout the game, and coach Andy Gil said his team shared the ball on offense as well as they had all season. It was the second time this season that every player who dressed for Cate recorded a point.
Senior Ethan Ng led all scorers with 18 and Tyler Tom had 11.
St. Bonaventure 73, Bishop Diego 54
A second-half rally by Bishop Diego drew them within nine points in the fourth quarter, but the Seraphs responded with a 10-0 run on their way to a 19-point win Wednesday night.
St. Bonaventure jumped ahead 16-8 in the first quarter and never looked back. Riles Neff led all scorers with 27 points for the Seraphs, while Tyler Williams led Bishop with 14 points.
Girls Water Polo
Carpinteria 11, Thousand Oaks 5
Cassidy Hajducko and Sadie Mead each notched three goals and led the Warriors in their six-goal victory over the Lancers on Wednesday.
Carpinteria (10-5, 4-1 Citrus Coast League) jumped ahead 3-1 at the end of the first and continued to play swarming defense. Coach Sergio Castaneda credited Hajducko for her movement without the ball and her ability to create for her teammates, while Mead helped keep the offense flowing with great communication.
Hancock 91, SBCC 33
The Bulldogs blew the doors off the Vaqueros Wednesday night, jumping ahead 55-8 at the break on their way to an easy victory.
Hancock (16-5, 3-2 in WSC North) took a 28-4 lead on a dunk by Bryce Craver before rattling off 21 in a row to boost its lead to 49-7 with 3:38 left in the first half. The Bulldogs shot 56.8% in the first half and held the Vaqueros (1-17, 0-4 in WSC North) to just two field goals in 29 attempts in the first half.
The Bulldogs outscored SBCC 36-25 in the second half. Hancock made 11 of its 23 3-pointers, while the Vaqueros made just two of their 13 attempts from downtown.
Adrian Juilland-Johnson scored a team-high seven points and Joseph Holden had six, with both players shooting 2-14 from the field.