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Cassius Stanley ignites Sierra Canyon in comeback win over Fairfax

Cassius Stanley of Sierra Canyon scored 27 points against Fairfax. (Nick Koza)
Cassius Stanley of Sierra Canyon scored 27 points against Fairfax. (Nick Koza)

Sierra Canyon fell behind by 10 points to Fairfax in the third quarter Saturday night. Then Cassius Stanley went to work.

He helped the Trailblazers go on a 17-2 run and finished with 27 points as Sierra Canyon defeated the Lions 76-57 in the Harvey Kitani Classic at Fairfax.

Fairfax had opened a 41-31 lead before Sierra Canyon woke up and went into attack mode. K.J. Martin added 14 points for the Trailblazers. Jamal Hartwell scored 15 points for Fairfax.

In Springfield, Ma., Chino Hills knocked off South Carolina Spartanburg Day 70-64. Onyeka Okongwu finished with 35 points and 14 rebounds going against the No. 1 college prospect, Zion Williamson, who had 36 points.

Dominguez received 30 points from Wayne Arnold and 21 points from Gary Williams in a 72-63 win over Redondo. Kyle Carter had 24 points.

Leuzinger defeated Executive Prep 82-70.

Ali Betts scored 25 points in Dorsey’s 65-60 win over Maranatha.

Rolling Hills Prep defeated New Rhodes 79-29. Vaughn Flowers had 22 points and Alex Garcia 20.

Ben Yarovinsky scored 20 points in Viewpoint’s 60-49 win over St. Genevieve.

Taft defeated Nevada Coronado 78-69. Kihei Clark scored 29 points.

San Gabriel Academy defeated Nevada Green Valley 54-42. Malakhi Jensen finished with 18 points.

Etiwanda defeated Twentynine Palms 82-28. Kessler Edwards and Krystian Wilson each scored 14 points.

Moorpark defeated Agoura 67-63. Drake London scored 30 points.

Eastvale Roosevelt defeated Great Oak 54-46. David Agba and Brennon Wade each scored 13 points.

Ryan Turell scored 30 points, had 10 rebounds and 10 assists in Valley Torah’s 70-35 win over Trinity Classical.

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