Under Armour Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament

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Torrey Pines High School was one of the hosts of the annual boys prep Under Armour Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament. The event, which features a “showdown of California state championship contenders,” according to the tournament’s website (www.theholidayclassic.org), ran through Dec. 30 and was held at a variety of locations.  Torrey Pines High School defeated San Ysidro 73-51 in the opening game Dec. 26 at TPHS.

Photos/Jon Clark

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