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Posted by Say WHAT!!!!!! on December 23, 2019 at 21:07:59:

In Reply to: Saturday's championship game highlights from Nike Tournament of Champions in Arizona posted by Erik Boal on December 21, 2019 at 19:52:01:

: Joe Smith Division
: Championship
: La Jolla Country Day 44, Sierra Canyon 43: Jazzy Anousinh made the winning layup with 6 seconds remaining to help La Jolla Country Day (13-0) prevail in an early showdown of the top 2 teams in California and capture the title in the top division for the first time in program history. Oregon signee Te-Hina Paopao, the tournament's most outstanding player, had 13 points and 5 rebounds, with freshman Breya Cunningham adding 19 points and 10 rebounds, her 8th double-double of the season. The Torreys have now won 4 titles in Arizona, including 2009, 2011 and 2018. Texas commit Ashley Chevalier had 13 points and 4 steals, with fellow all-tournament selection Vanessa DeJesus, a Duke signee, adding 11 points and 5 rebounds for Sierra Canyon (10-2), which took a 43-42 lead with 18 seconds left on a layup by Alexis Mark.

: 3rd place
: Riverdale Baptist (Maryland) 58, Archbishop Mitty 51: Olivia Williams had 17 points and 5 rebounds for the Monarchs (6-2), who surrendered the first 11 points to Riverdale Baptist (9-1) and never recovered. All-tournament selection Ashley Hiraki added 9 points and 3 steals for Archbishop Mitty. All-tournament honoree Elizabeth Martino, a Rutgers signee, scored 11 points and Kaylah Thomas contributed 10 points for the Lady Crusaders.

: John Anderson Division
: Championship
: Elizabeth Seton (Maryland) 43, Windward 40: Despite 15 points and 13 rebounds from all-tournament selection Michelle Duchemin, Windward (9-3) lost in a division final for the second year in a row after falling to Miami Country Day 52-51 in the Joe Smith Division title game last season. Freshman JuJu Watkins, also an all-tournament pick, added 9 points and 12 rebounds for Windward. Tyler Gray, the division's most outstanding player, led Elizabeth Seton (9-2) with 9 points and 4 steals and all-tournament pick Regina Walton scored 11 points. Gray and Walton both made free throws in the final 25 seconds to secure the title for the Roadrunners.

: 3rd Place
: Clovis North 55, Stockton St. Mary's 54: Laney Amundsen made the winning layup with 1 second left to help the Broncos (11-2) close the game on a 9-0 run in the final 4:45 to rally for the victory. Long Beach State signee Savannah Tucker, an all-tournament honoree, had 31 points, including 6 in the last 1:45, to spark the Clovis North comeback. Tucker finished the 4-game tournament schedule with 115 points and Amundsen added 11 points Saturday for the Broncos. Amaya Oliver, an all-tournament selection, had 14 points and 12 rebounds, with Tai Sherman contributing 11 points and 4 steals for St. Mary's (7-3).

: Mike Desper Division
: Championship
: Cathedral Catholic 60, Fremont (Nebraska) 53: Isuneh "Ice" Brady, the division's most outstanding player, had 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead 3 players in double figures for the Dons (6-4). Taryn Johnson added 13 points and 10 rebounds, with Itzel "Izzy" Navarro contributing 12 points and 5 assists for Cathedral Catholic. Taylor McCabe scored 23 points, including 17 in the 1st half, for Fremont (8-1).

: Dan Wiley Division
: Championship
: El Cajon Christian 68, St. Paul 24: Simone James, the division's most outstanding player, scored 24 points for El Cajon Christian (6-2), which limited St. Paul (14-2) to 1 field goal in the 2nd half. Allie Carreon added 17 points for the Patriots, who outscored the Swordsmen by a 32-5 margin in the final 16 minutes. Victoria Carle led St. Paul, which had won 13 in a row, with 7 points.

: Derrill Kipp Division
: Championship
: Marlborough 29, Huntington Beach 25: Parker Montgomery, the division's most outstanding player, scored 8 points for Marlborough (7-1), which broke a 20-20 tie entering the 4th quarter to capture the title. Erin Yoshitake added 9 points and Catherine Or had 7 points for the Mustangs. Alyssa Real led the Oilers (7-4) with 14 points.




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