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Grossmont turns back PC in 3rd-place game
Grossmont defeated Palomar 81-67 for
third place in the 30th Lady Charger Classic at
Cypress College on Sunday afternoon.
For the Comets, Mikaela Stanton scored 22 points
in the loss and passed off for four assists.
Bianca Littleton had 16 points and nine
Maureen Fegan, who was selecte to the
all-tournament team, added 10 rebounds.
Kaila Rivera led the Griffins with 13 points.
Fegan drives to the basket in
Saturday evening's championship
semifinal game with Cypress. She was
fouled and made one of two free
throws to tie the game at 23-23 with
5:03 left in the first half.
BELOW: Bianca Littleton is
fouled as she attempts a shot in the
game's final minute. -- Photos by
Cypress downs Comets in semifinal match-up
Palomar will play for third place in
the 30th Annual Lady Charger Classic women's
basketball tournament on Sunday.
Cypress, the host team, downed the Comets 80-67 in
the championship semifinals on Saturday evening.
Maureen Fegan (6 points, 8 rebounds), Bianca
Littleton (15 points, 7 rebounds) and Mikaela
Stanton (15 points) led Palomar.
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Stanton scores 36; PC wins opener at Cypress
Mikaela Stanton (left) pumped in 36
points on Friday, leading Palomar to an 81-62 women's
basketball victory over Los Angeles Southwest in the
opening round of the 30th Lady Charger Classic at
Maureen Fegan had 19 points and 16 rebounds. Stanton
also dished off four assists.
The Comets will play Cypress in the championship
semifinals on Saturday at 5 p.m. The Chargers downed
West Los Angeles 90-59.
The finals are slate for Sunday.
Makaela Stanton scores with 13:58
left in the game to put Palomar on
top 53-52. -- Photo by Hugh Cox.
Fouls fatal as Palomar loses
halftime lead, game
MARCOS (11-23-2013) --
Four Palomar players fouled out as
the Comets lost a six-point halftime
lead and, eventually, Saturday
night's non-conference basketball
game against Los Angeles Valley
85-79 at The Dome.
"Once again, fouls plagued us,"
coach Leigh Marshall said after
watching a 42-36 halftime lead over
the Monarchs sail out the window.
Makaela Stanton led the
Comets with 21 points. Bianca
Littleton turned in a
dominant performance on the boards
and also tallied 18 points. Maureen
Fegan had 15 points for Palomar.
Evans, Fegan, Littleton, Hudnell
Palomar bounced back into the
women's basketball win column on
Friday evening, knocking off Rio
Hondo 69-65 in the Orange Coast
Dechae Evans (left) led the Comets
with 26 points an 12 rebounds.
Maureen Fegan scored 22 points.
Bianca Littleton joined
Evans with a double-double,
contributing 11 points and 14
rebounds. And Angie Hudnell (right), a
freshman from Great Oak High School,
came up big with eight steals to
spark the winners.
Another cold shooting night hurts PC