Westchester Coach Ed Azzam has said that when his team is making shots, it doesn't lose games, and on Monday night, the Comets wrapped up the Western League title by making nine three-pointers during a 77-60 road victory over Fairfax.
Fairfax (17-9, 7-3) wasn't too bad itself, making eight three-pointers, but the Comets (23-5, 10-0) just have too many weapons.
No. 1 on anyone's list is Elijah Stewart, who finished with 24 points. Cameron Young provided some inside scoring with 16 points. Layon Gooden made three three-pointers in the first quarter when Westchester opened a 27-13 lead. Myles Stewart added 12 points.
"We're a pretty solid team when we're sharing the ball," Elijah Stewart said.
Sage Woodruff scored 14 points for Fairfax, which also received four three-pointers from Pierson Ro.
Westchester should be the No. 1 seed for the City Section Division I playoffs when the pairings are decided on Saturday. Fairfax could be the No. 3 or No. 4 seed.
L.A. University defeated Hamilton, 72-46. Darnell Bettis scored 17 points and Tre Weston had 16 points and 12 rebounds.
In the Eastern League, South Gate moved closer to a league title with a 63-59 win over Roosevelt. Josh Conde scored 20 points, sophomore Cameron Ybarra had 14 points and Gerardo Zavala added 11 points and 10 rebounds.