Cold Shooting Plagues Both Teams, But SVC Comes Out On Top, 48-40

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IN A NUTSHELL: Neither team shot well from behind the arc but SVC shot a tad better (five of 18) and .415 overall.

TURNING POINT:  The Warriors out-scored the Friars by eight points in the third quarter to go up by 10 points and the Friars never got closer than to within five points the rest of the way. RESPECTIVE STANDOUTS: SVC – Trey Mena nine points, eight rebounds and three assists; Servite – Devyian Robertson 12 points and nine rebounds.

UPDATED RECORDS: SVC 23-3; Servite 11-15

UP NEXT: SVC (Wednesday, vs. Capistrano Valley Christian at Saddleback College). Servite (Tuesday, at St. John Bosco)

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