The week in sports: Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe
• Torrey Pines opened the tough Wolf Pack-Horseman tournament with a 66-41 victory over West Hills on Dec. 6.
Dominic Hovasse scored 18 points to lead the Falcons and Dylan Bona and Jack Beach each added nine points.
Connor Milmoe contributed nine rebounds and Merek Sullivan had eight points and seven rebounds.
Hovasse also had five assists and three steals.
The victory followed a 67-40 win against Horizon Christian Academy the previous day, in which Jack Heller scored 13 points to lead the Falcons and Jackson Strong added 12 points.
Sullivan had 11 rebounds, three assists and three blocks.
• La Costa Canyon defeated Canyon High of Anaheim 69-54 in the third-place game of the Diablo Inferno tournament at Mission Viejo (Orange County) on Dec. 6.
Tommy McCarthy scored 23 points and had seven assists and Travis Fuller contributed 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Mavericks.
Brady Twombly added 11 points and seven rebounds and Evan Kaplan added 10 points and 10 rebounds.
The Mavericks opened the tournament with a 70-68 victory over Sonora on Dec. 1 in which Fuller led the team with 21 points, and Twombly and McCarthy scored 20 and 19 points, respectively.
McCarthy scored 28 points to lead the Mavericks in a 73-56 victory over Esperanza on Dec. 3.
Fuller led the Mavericks with 16 points and McCarthy added 14 points in a 62-47 loss to La Mirada on Dec. 5.
• Cathedral Catholic is off to a 2-2 start after the Dons experienced a 61-55 loss to St. Augustine on Dec. 6.
Cameron Moore scored 12 points to lead the Dons and Austin Beech added 11 points.
The loss followed a 51-45 setback at the hands of Box Hill of Australia two days earlier in which Moore led the Dons with 16 points. Reid Johnson and Beach added 11 points and 10 points, respectively.
Moore scored 16 points and Johnson add 14 points in the Dons’ season-opening 64-50 victory over Rancho Bernardo on Dec. 1.
Beech scored 20 points in a 65-22 shellacking of San Dieguito Academy on Dec. 3.
• San Diego Jewish Academy lost to Calipatria 43-35 in a nonleague game on Dec. 4.
Jordan Battaglia scored 14 points to lead the Lions, and Ilya Levin added eight points.
That game followed a 63-46 loss to Lutheran in their Dec. 2 season opener.
Cody Brown scored 14 points to lead the Lions and Battaglia added 13 points.
• Torrey Pines improved to 3-0 after defeating Serra 60-57 in a Matador Classic game on Dec. 5.
Christina Ellis scored 27 points and had 14 rebounds and seven steals and Sierra Campisano had 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks to lead the Falcons.
The Falcons defeated Escondido 75-24 in the Dec. 1 tournament opener as Campisano scored 25 points and Ellis added 17.
Campisano poured in 33 points, Ellis added 16 and Ayli Tulberg contributed 11 in an 83-75 victory over Mount Miguel on Dec. 4.
Madison Lombard added 10 points.
• La Costa Canyon went 4-0 in the Del Norte Tip-Off Classic, culminating the season-opening tournament with a resounding 60-32 victory over Del Norte on Dec. 6.
Taylor Pierce scored 23 points to lead the Mavericks and Rachel Dumiak added 11 points.
The Mavericks opened the tournament with a 65-28 victory over West Hills on Dec. 2 in which Dumiak scored 19 points and Pierce added 15 points.
Pierce scored 26 points to lead the Mavericks to a 78-24 victory over University City on Dec. 3.
Dumiak contributed16 points and Cassie Amundson and Jessica Curtis added 12 and 10 points, respectely.
Pierce scored 24 points to lead the Mavericks in a 74-23 victory over Chula Vista on Dec. 5.
• San Dieguito Academy lost to Patrick Henry 45-38 in a nonleague game on Dec. 5.
Emma Schneir scored 11 points in defeat for the Mustangs. Allison Sakihara and Claire Pupping each added eight points.
The loss followed a 40-21 loss to Rancho Bernardo in a season-opening non-leauge game on Dec. 3 in which Schneir led the Mustangs with eight points.
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