Carson wins its opener

CARLSBAD, Calif. — Carson High opened the 25th annual Torrey Pines Holiday Classic with a narrow 38-37 win over Laguna Friday night at Carlsbad High School.

The win sends the Senators, 4-3 overall, intro a winner’s bracket game today at 3:45 against Murrieta Valley.

Carson led the whole way, but Laguna had a chance to win with 4.5 seconds left and missed the last shot.

Carson led 26-11 at the half, but was outscored 26-12 in the final half.

“It was a tale of two halves,” said Carson assistant coach Dick Lee. “We turned them over in the first half, but we couldn’t do it the second half. We got in some foul trouble in the second half, and they got more aggressive in the second half and their shots started to fall.”

Cameron Price and Jayden DeJoseph led Carson’s offense with 12 points apiece, while Tez Allen added six. Allen led Carson rebounders with six.


Carson boys beat Cougars

RENO – Dawson Lamb and Blaise Bonomo scored nine point each to lead Carson to a 40-28 win over Spanbish Springs at the State Farm Classic at Damonte Ranch Friday night.

Trevor Muckensturm added eight for CHS.

Galena hammers Dayton

RENO — Galena rolled to an easy 58-34 win over the Dust Devils in the first round of the State Farm Classic on Friday.

Jacob Massett led Dayton with 10 points and Colin Winebarger added nine. Tommy Selmi contributed six.


Carson girls lose a close one

RENO — Despite 13 points from Abby Paulson, Carson dropped a 34-31 decision to Spanish Springs in the opening round of the annual State Farm Classic at Damonte Ranch.

Lauren Lindberg added seven points for the Senators, who fell to 5-4. Carson plays today at 4:15 at Damonte.


Carson girls fall

Foul trouble plagued Carson in its 57-43 loss to Spanish Springs at the State Farm Holiday Classic. Spanish Springs made 18 free throws while Carson was just 9-of-16 from the foul line.

Josie Share scored 11 points and Mallory Otto added 10 points for Carson, who continues play in the tournament at 7 p.m. today.


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