Story by Matthew Tsai
Print Managing Editor
Photo by Sean Jin
Not all rival games are fun: Girls basketball’s 55-18 rout of the San Marino Titans on Friday, May 7, was painfully lopsided. And while the Tigers were running up the score, they brought about some gaudy, eye-popping stats.
It took the Titans six and a half minutes to score their opening basket.
At halftime, seven different South Pas players had made a basket — the same amount of points San Marino scored at the break.
The Tigers forced more Titan turnovers than allowed points.
South Pas scored evenly across the board. Junior forward Allysan Tse led all players with 12 points; senior guard Michelle Jee netted 11, and junior forward Alyssa Chan and freshman guard Dylan Tse each chipped in nine points.
Girls basketball keeps on rolling with an undefeated 5-0 Rio Hondo League record. The team will host La Cañada next Friday, May 14, in the most important game of the season: South Pas can clinch its first league title since 2014 with a win.