Trevion Williams second double-double to open the season wasn’t enough to lead the Santa Cruz Warriors to victory on Saturday night.
Nate Darling scored 34 points and the Ontario Clippers shot 50% from the field in their 116-110 win over the Warriors in NBA G League action at Kaiser Permanente Arena.
Williams finished with 12 points and 16 rebounds. Santa Cruz’s Pat Spencer had a team-high 22 points to go with eight rebounds, and Dusty Hannahs and Lester Quinones each scored 18 points.
Santa Cruz held the rebounding advantage 60-42, but committed 24 turnovers. The Warriors 47.8% (43 of 90) from the field and 33.3% (9 of 27) on 3-pointers.
The Warriors (1-1) play at Oklahoma City on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
High school football
At Scotts Valley 48, North Salinas 6: Quinn Turowski scored three touchdowns, and the Falcons won their PCAL Mission Division and regular-season finale Saturday.
The Falcons (7-3, 3-3) will learn at Sunday’s CCS seeding meeting if they earned an at-large berth into the playoffs.
Turowski scored on runs of 45 and 30 yards, and returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown.
Scotts Valley’s Eli Velez scored on a 35-yard pass from quarterback Lucas Ringel. Niko Iles scored on a 38-yard run and Colton McNab scored on a 6-yard run. Kicker Cole Leonard booted a pair of field goals (32 and 35 yards) and made all six extra-point kicks.
James Bullock and Iles made fumble recoveries, and Tristan Roure also recorded an interception.
“Great senior day celebration,” Falcons coach Louie Walters said. “Every player on roster contributed to this win. Love this squad and going to miss the seniors.”
The Vikings finished 0-10, 0-6.
At Carmel 50, Monte Vista Christian 33: Kyle Recotta had two touchdown passes and two scoring runs, but the Mustangs close their season with a loss in their PCAL Mission Division finale Saturday.
Recotta took over at quarterback after starter Dominic Pierini was felled by injury on the Mustangs’ second series.
Nico Downie had a pair of touchdown receptions, and Jamie Ledesma had a run touchdown run for MVC (3-7, 1-5).
Carmel finished its season at 5-5, 3-3.
Marina 31, Pajaro Valley 8: Jesus Basulto scored on a 17-yard naked bootleg in the third quarter of the Grizzlies’ season ending loss to the Mariners at Seaside High on Saturday night.
Juan Macias made an interception for the Grizzlies (2-8, 2-4) in their PCAL Santa Lucia Division finale.
Marina improved to 7-3 overall and 4-2 for third place.
UC Santa Cruz 3, Christopher Newport 2: Junior outside hitter Peyton Tazelaar had 20 kills and 18 digs, and the Banana Slugs rallied for a 23-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-21, 15-11 win for third place at the Coast-To-Coast Tournament on Saturday in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Senior setter Sinead Beaupain made 51 assists, nine digs, two blocks and two aces for UCSC (19-5). Junior Samantha Taylor had 15 kills and three aces, sophomore middle blocker Kelly Ann Greene had 11 kills and four blocks, and junior Emily Pasion had 25 digs and four assists.
CCS seeding: Matchups for the CCS team and individual tournaments were announced Saturday.
SCCAL co-champion Aptos (11-2), which won a play-in match over Scotts Valley, plays at Menlo-Atherton (16-6) in the first round on Monday at 2 p.m. The winner plays No. 8 Los Gatos (12-4) at Saratoga High on Tuesday at 2 p.m.
In the singles tournament set to begin at Bay Club Courtside in Los Gatos on Nov. 14 at noon, Aptos’ Holly Hegna, the SCCAL champion, faces Santa Catalina’s Lara Yuan.
In the doubles tournament beginning Nov. 15 at Bay Club Courtside, SCCAL doubles champions Emma Dyc-O’Neal and Sofia Niklaus of Scotts Valley face a fellow unseeded Piedmont Hills duo in the first round.
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