Sierra Canyon follows up Beverly Hills tournament championship with two more victories
By Jacob H, Pollon
The Sierra Canyon boys basketball team is not slowing down.
The Trailblazers followed up its Beverly Hills tournament championship victory with two more wins last week after a 99-40 victory against St. Francis de Sales of Australia and an 83-55 victory against Coronado of Henderson, Nevada at USC’s Galen Center in the Chosen 1’s Invitational.
Noah Williams, a 6-foot-9 wing headed to Cal St. Northridge, scored 40 points against the Australian team.
Bryce Cofield scored 22 points and Bryce James added 14 in the victory.
In the easier than expected win against Coronado, Justin Pippen scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Cofield had 21 points and eight rebounds.
Williams added 15 points and seven rebounds.
Jayden Alexander, Bryce James and Kameron Martin each scored eight points in a balanced attack for the Trailblazers.
Johnny Collins scored 20 points for Coronado. Tee Bartlett had 15 points and 12 rebounds. Bartlett is the half-brother of former Sierra Canyon student Derik Newton, who went on to play at Harvard-Westlake and Stetson.
Sierra Canyon has more than 10 days off now and will play in the Santa Barbara tournament after Christmas