Sharon Turner, San Diego County's all-time leading scorer had 32 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds Tuesday night to lead El Camino High School past Clairemont, 96-42, in the first round of the 2-A playoffs.
Forward Sheri Williamson added 18 points and had 9 rebounds, center Vickie Evans had 14 points, 7 rebounds and 3 blocked shots and guard Renee Phillips had 17 points and 7 rebounds.
El Camino gained a 22-1 lead after the first four minutes, and extended the lead to 38-6 at the end of the first quarter.
"We knew what was coming," Chief Coach Dan Miller said. "I don't think anybody in town can beat them. And what can you say about Sharon? We just can't stay with a team like that."
Karen Chariker led Clairemont (10-12) with 20 points.
Point Loma 71, Grossmont 21--Terri Mann scored 27 points to lead the undefeated Pointers to their 23rd straight win of the season at Point Loma. Kelly Hankins led Grossmont (14-6) with 10.
A 50-point game usually is not decided by the officials, but Grossmont Coach Frank Foggiano said: "This was the worst officiated game since I started coaching . . . They didn't make bad calls for just one team. But Point Loma is very, very physical, and not getting calls really hurt us."
University 54, Southwest 34--The Dons (20-3) will play the winner of tonight's Crawford-Hilltop game on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Serra High after beating Southwest in a 2-A playoff game at University High. Southwest finished the season 12-6.
In 3-A action:
Fallbrook 68, Madison 48--The Warriors (19-4) scored the first eight points of the final quarter and breezed to victory in a game at Fallbrook.
In a turnover filled game, the Warriors led 26-21 at halftime and 44-33 after three quarters. Fallbrook's pressure defense forced Madison into 41 turnovers, and Madison forced the Warriors to turn the ball over 28 times.
Sandra Stevens scored 20, Nicole Jann had 16 and Shauna Cowan and Laurie Trujillo had 10 apiece for Fallbrook. Lisa Glassford had 14 and Cindy Goodlow added 12 for Madison (12-7).