Something had to give in Saturday’s title game of the Glendora Tournament.
Both Los Osos and GHS entered the contest on six-game winning streaks.
The Grizzlies jumped out to an 11-point, first-quarter lead, and defeated the Tartans, 44-38.
Deacon Toliver and Eric Shepard had 10 points apiece for LOHS.
Toliver earned the tournament MVP.
Eric Shepard and Nathan Mattera were named to the all-tournament team..
Brandon Suber chipped in with nine points in Saturday’s victory.
Braydon Wooldridge and Luke Jacobson had 13 points and four rebounds each.
Noah Smith finished with seven points, five rebounds and five assists.
Reggie Johnson tallied 11 rebounds for GHS.
Records: Los Osos (10-3); Glendora (8-4)
Saturday’s Scores @ GHS Tourney:
First place: Los Osos 44, GHS 38
Third: Diamond Bar 80, Whittier 57
Fifth: Bishop Amat 60, Don Lugo 42
San Dimas 67, Arroyo 46
MVP: Deacon Tolliver, Los Osos
Eric Shepard, Los Osos
Nathan Mattera, Los Osos
Luke Jacobson, Glendora
Noah Smith, Glendora
Richi Calimag. Diamond Bar
Vincent Rizo, Whittier
Christian Griffin, Bishop Amat
Isaias Salgado, San Dimas
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