Clovis West High girls basketball coach Craig Campbell found out first hand why Chaminade-West Hills is ranked No. 8 in the nation according to the Maxpreps Xcellent 25 Writers' Poll.
The top-seeded and host Eagles jumped out to a 15-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back while rolling to a 79-40 victory over the No. 4 Golden Eagles on Tuesday during the Open Division semifinals of the CIF Southern California Regionals.
"We came out tight and played young, but it didn't really matter," Campbell said. "In my 21 years of coaching, that's one of the top five teams I've faced. It was a buzz-saw. They were really, really good.
Bre'yanna Sanders led Clovis West with 10 points and Landynn Munster added seven for Clovis West (26-5).
Chaminade (27-3) will play No. 2 Mater Dai Dei-Santa Ana on Saturday at Long Beach State for the SoCal title.