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(L-R) TPHS basketball player Brandon Cyrus contributed 12 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals in the Falcons 64-47 victory over West Hills on Dec. 5. Photos/Anna Scipione

By Gideon Rubin

Boys basketball:

Torrey Pines is off to a perfect start after winning its first three games to start the season at the Wolfpack-Horseman tournament at West Hills High in Santee.

The Falcons were dominant throughout the first three games of the tournament, winning by a combined 104 points.

Their most recent win, 72-23 over Christian of El Cajon on Dec. 7, was their most decisive.

The win followed a 67-39 win against San Dieguito Academy on Dec. 4 in their season opener and a 64-47 victory over West Hills the next day.

Brandon Cyrus scored 21 points to lead the Falcons against Christian.

David Glaser added 12 points and Jack Beach contributed eight points and six rebounds.

Cyrus scored 14 points to lead the Falcons in the SDA game. He also had five rebounds and two assists.

Sam Worman contributed 12 points and six rebounds and Connor Milmoe and Beach each added 10 points.

Zach Wagner led the team with seven rebounds and four steals. He also contributed eight points and three assists.

Dominic Hovasse scored 17 points to lead the Falcons in the West Hills game.

Worman added 13 points and Cyrus added 12 points, seven rebounds and five assists.

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Santa Fe Christian  opened the Wolfpack-Horseman Tournament with a resounding 64-34 victory over Oceanside in a on Dec. 3.

Brian Finley scored 21 points to lead the Eagles and Jack Langborg contributed 12 points.

Conrad Tucker and Danny Finley each added 10 points.

The Eagles lost to the next two games; 80-38 to St. Augustine on Dec. 5 and 60-57 to Mission Hills two days later.

TPHS 6’3 sophomore Sierra Campisano helped herself to a double double in the Dec. 2 win over San Diego High with 28 points and 10 rebounds. Campisano also had three assists, three steals and four blocks. Photo/Anna Scipione

Brian Finley scored 11 points to lead the Eagles in the St. Augustine game.

Brian Finley scored 12 points in the Mission Hills game and Danny Finley added 10 points.

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Cathedral Catholic won two its first three games at the Wolfpack-Horseman tournament as sophomore standout Reid Johnson recorded double-doubles in all three games.

The Dons opened with a 69-48 victory over Patrick Henry on Dec. 5 and defeated West Hills 63-62 the next day. They lost to San Dieguito Academy 52-44 on Dec. 7.

Kevin McNeela scored 23 points and Cameron Moore added 17 points to lead the Dons in the Patrick Henry game.

Cameron Moore added 17 points and Johnson contributed 15 points and 12 rebounds.

McNeela scored 21 points to lead  the Dons against West Hills and Johnson added 14 points and 20 boards.

Moore had 13 points and Johnson added 11 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Dons against SDA.

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San Diego Jewish Academy opened its season with two decisive nonleague wins.

The Lions defeated San Pasqual Academy 48-27 in their opener on Dec. 3 and then beat Guajome Park Academy 45-30 two days later.

Judah Rosenzweig scored 21 points and had eight rebounds and four steals to lead the Lions in the SPA game.

Adam Sloane added 10 points and seven rebounds.

Adam Sharf scored 14 points to lead the Lions in the GPA game and Rosenzweig added 13 points and nine rebounds.

Girls basketball:

Torrey Pines split its first four games of the season at the Matador Classic at Mount Miguel High of Spring Valley.

Sophomore standout Sierra Campisano has had double-doubles in all four games to lead the Falcons.

She’s averaging 23.3 points, 13.3 rebounds and four steals.

Campisano scored 28 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Falcons in a 64-26 victory over San Diego in the Dec. 2 opener.

Christian Ellis and Andrea Hsieh each added seven points.

Campisano scored 26 points and had 16 rebounds and Ayli Tulberg added 10 points in a 58-51 loss to Mater Dei on Dec. 5.

Ellis added four points and 11 rebounds.

Campisano scored 17  points and had 12 rebounds and Madison Lombard added 16 points in a 63-13 trouncing of Lincoln on De. 6.

Campisano scored 22 points and had 15 rebounds, seven steals and four blocks in a 54-46 loss  Escondido on Dec. 7.

Ellis added 11 points, seven rebounds and eight steals and Chiara Spain contributed eight points, five rebounds and seven steals.

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Cathedral Catholic defeated Fallbrook 69-53 in a San Diego County Classic game on Dec. 4.

Juliet Jones scored 20 points to lead the Dons.

Kendall Fisher contributed 16 points and Mia Gallo added 15 points.

The victory followed a 97-40 victory in the tournament opener two days earlier.

Fisher scored 16 points to lead the Dons and Gallo added 15 points.

Sarah Mosser contributed 10 points.

Boys soccer:

Cathedral Catholic defeated Mission Bay 2-1 n a nonleague game on Dec. 7.

Billy Garton and Kian Vidarsson each scored one goal to lead the Dons.

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