Keith Dinwiddie from Fairfax shows 39 points shooting

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Reggie Morris Jr, the first year basketball coach at Fairfax, was not like the way Keith Dinwiddie played defensive in the first quarter of Monday night in the Maranatha match against Sylmar. He gave Dinwiddie a nice seat on the bench. He put it back early in the game, and delivered the message.

“I was forced to wake up,” said Dinwiddie.

A boy did it. Dinwiddie scored 39 points, making seven tries, to help the Lions (2-0) win in an open game of Maranatha. Dinwiddie had six last baskets. It is one of San Diego State, it is one of the main shooters in the City Division.

Sylmar, who received 24 points from Aaron Reyes, received eight straight points in the second quarter to tie Fairfax 25-25. Then Lions went on for 15-2, and Dinwiddie scored 10 points.

Fairfax has a front line with four guards. It is still to be seen if the Lions are able to do that work in a way to argue about the title of the City, but they should be able to find out more on 13 December when they take on the early host of Westchester in the Western League. .

At the Westchester competition, Adrian McIntyre scored 39 points for Saugus but Washington Prep progressed with a 67-64 win. Bishop Montgomery met the South-East 74-26.

Rolling Hills Prep Mary Star 87-46. JT Tan and Benny Gealer scored 18 points.

Sherman Oaks Broke Notre Dame at Carlsbad 100-78. Ben Shtolzberg scored 23 points and Ryan Engs 22.

Billy Reed III had 26 points at South Pasadena's 62-31 across Arroyo.

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