Twenty-four points from Iyree Jarett and another 14 from Maud Ranger helped the Westmont women’s basketball team pick up its sixth straight win Saturday, as it defeated Life Pacific 75-53.
The Warriors (11-2, 4-0) also remain undefeated in GSAC play with the win.
Westmont shot just 38% from the field but held Life Pacific to 32% shooting from the field and win the rebounding battle 46-37.
Along with her 14 points, Ranger added 16 rebounds and four assists to go along with four makes from long range.
GLENDALE 76, SBCC 40
Glendale made 12 three-pointers on Saturday, helping them earn a decisive 36-point victory against SBCC.
Glendale (5-9) hit 42.9% from the field while SBCC (1-13) shot 30% and made just 2-for-14 from beyond the arc.
The Vaqueros leading scorer was freshman guard Keegan McDougal who totaled 13 points and eight rebounds in the loss.
WESTMONT 87, LIFE PACIFIC 70
The Warriors got back of the winning side of things on Saturday, defeating Life Pacific by 17 points on Saturday.
With the win, Westmont (15-1, 4-0) remains undefeated in GSAC play.
Abram Carrasco led the Warriors with 20 points while Hunter Sipe scored 17 and Jared Brown added 16.
Westmont also shot 46.7% from the field while holding Life Pacific to under 40% shooting.
BISHOP DIEGO 46, AVALON 31
The Cardinals picked closed out the Avalon Basketball Classic Saturday with a win in the consolation bracket against host Avalon High.
Elliot Redkey led Bishop Diego (12-5) with 15 points in the contest. In the third frame, the Cardinals used a 17-6 run to take a commanding 39-25 lead into the fourth period.
Redkey was named to the all-tournament team for her performances.
SANTA BARBARA 45, SAN LUIS OBISPO 34
Bryce Warrecker scored 16 points and added eight boards to help Santa Barbara earn a double-digit road win at San Luis Obispo on Saturday.
Erik Strandburg had a solid all-around game finishing with six pts and seven rebounds while Jackson Gonzalez added six points and set the tone defensively for the Dons (9-6).
BISHOP DIEGO 67, ORCUTT ACADEMY 57
A newcomer for the Cardinals was all the rage on Saturday night. Transfer student Tyler Williams dropped 25 points in his first outing for Bishop Diego, helping them earn a 10-point win at home.
Kai Morphy scored nine points and Connor Streett added eight in the win.
WESTLAKE 88, DOS PUEBLOS 33
Joaquin Riker scored in double figures for the Chargers, but they could not come away with a win against Westlake Saturday.
The Warriors were led by Kyle Maclean who poured in 26 points while Jacob Davis added 13 and Caden Barton totaled 12.
Dos Pueblos drops to 4-11 on the year.
CARPINTERIA 56, PACIFICA 52
Mateo Handall poured in 13 points for the Warriors helping his team earn a four-point win at home on Saturday.
Gabe Medel and Ian Reed were also in double figures for Carpinteria each adding 10 points. Reed added seven assists and five steals. Luke Nakasone tallied eight points while Dylan O’Neill had seven points and four rebounds.
The leading scorer for Pacifica was Ryan Lynch-Cole who totaled 15 points.
DOS PUEBLOS 2, LA SALLE 0
DOS PUEBLOS 0, THOUSAND OAKS 0
DOS PUEBLOS 8, TAFT 1
DOS PUEBLOS 1, NOTRE DAME 1
The Chargers played four games Saturday at the Thousand Oaks Tournamnet and had a lot of success with two wins, two ties, and no losses.
DP (3-2-2) had seven girls score in the four matches with Guiliana Villano being the only player to score in two separate matches. She scored against Taft and one against Notre Dame.
Against La Salle, the Chargers got goals from Barbara Gonzalez and Gizela Zermeno.
“The team played well and focused on the fundamentals which helped them have success on the field,” DP coach Seth Asuncion said.