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The senior utility player recorded 18 goals, 11 assists, 13 steals and drew six exclusions to help the Comanches beat rival Esperanza, 8-7, and go 5-0 to capture the Valhalla San Diego tournament for the second consecutive season. Canyon defeated Segerstrom, 8-3, in the tournament.
Smith helped the Wolves to their second consecutive Mustang Shootout championship Saturday by scoring 13 points as King downed Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos, 46-34, in the final at Roosevelt High School. King downed Great Oak, Troy and Los Osos consecutively for the crown.
The 5-foot-10 forward led the Huskies to a championship of the San Dimas Tournament and took home most valuable player honors. In four games she chalked up 69 points, 27 rebounds, 14 assists, 13 blocked shots and three steals. In the championship game against Upland she put up 21 points with eight rebounds. On the season Wu, a first-team All-Baseline and All-Inland Valley selection last year as a sophomore, is averaging 15.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 4,.4 assists.
Medvidovic earned Upper Weight MVP honors at the Tournament of Champions, Saturday, winning all four of her matches by fall at 150 pounds. Medvidovic is a two-time state qualifier. She finished third as a sophomore.
Weber had eight goals in the Griffins 17-1 nonleague win over Wilson on Friday. Weber played with USA Women’s National Team on Thursday before returning to the pool less than 24 hours later to play with Los Al.
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Richards scored the game-clinching goal against La Salle last Tuesday in a 3-1 victory. The senior striker has eight goals this season (a team high), highlighted by a four-goal performance against Granada Hills Charter on Nov. 28.
Yasuda helped the Spartans to the championship of the Arroyo tournament, scoring 13 points in a 58-35 victory over Oak Hills in the championship. The Spartans’ leading scorer had 14 points during a tournament win over Glendale, and 16 points in a win over Arroyo.
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