Lindsay's Christina Castro, a four-year starter, scored a career-high 39 points, set a school record with eight 3-pointers and became the Cardinals' leading career scorer in a 64-59 nonleague loss to Sierra on Wednesday night. Castro, a 2013 Bee Honorable Mention All-Star, has 1,826 career points, according to section historian Bob Barnett. Maria Caro held the record with 1,817 in a career that closed in 2002. Castro led Lindsay to the section Division IV title last year.
Rebekah Cervantes (26 points) and Jasmine Black (20 points) powered Redwood past Hanford West 64-27 in the West Yosemite League.
Washington reached the semifinals of the Jesse Lujan Memorial Tournament in Selma, and Shakor Major and William Blue were in the thick of things again. Major followed up his 33-point game in a round 1 rout of Mendota with 20 more and Blue had 22 a day after he scored 16, and the Panthers moved to 11-2 with a 64-43 victory over Tulare. Major, a Bee All-Star honorable mention as a junior last year, is averaging 19.7 ppg. Washington will face South after the Rebels beat host and defending champ Selma 63-50. Fresno High freshman Lee Major scored a game-high 21 points and Darryl Edwards (19 points) and J'Veon Jones (16) reached double digits for the second straight day as the Warriors advanced with a 78-36 win over Highland. Fresno, now 12-1, will meet Centennial, a 74-37 winner over McLane.
Marcus McMaryion's layup with 30 seconds left forced OT and Javier Celestino and Xavier Jones each had four points in the extra session as Dinuba moved to 14-0 with a 64-58 win over Lemoore. Celestino scored 22 points and Jones 14.
Isaiah Torres (132 pounds), Aaron Watts (145), Daniel Villafana (152) and Josh Castro (170) all won by pin as Redwood opened West Yosemite League action Wednesday with a 45-18 over 19-time reigning champion Lemoore.
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