The Clovis West High School girls basketball team recorded the biggest blowout in Central Section history.
Ranked No. 15 in the overall state preseason rankings by CalHiSports, Clovis West showed its dominance for three quarters before letting off in the fourth en route a 114-9 victory against Rivera-Los Angeles on Saturday at the Larry Doyle O.C. Championships in Huntington Beach.
114-9 Clovis West’s score against the Rivera-Los Angeles girls basketball team, which set the Central Section record for largest margin of victory at 105 points
Clovis West’s 105-point win is the largest victory margin in section history, according to Central Section historian Bob Barnett. Hanford previously owned the mark with a 103-3 win against Kingsburg in 2010.
Clovis West (9-2) went up 42-3 in the first quarter, then blanked Rivera (3-4) during the second quarter to build a 74-3 lead by halftime.
The Golden Eagles then outscored the Huskies 29-4 in the third before finishing the mauling 11-2 in the fourth.
Eight Clovis West players scored more points individually than the entire Rivera team, led by Megan Anderson’s 20 points.
Sarah Bates, Maddie Campbell and Mia Gliatta each scored 13 points. Danae Marquez added 11, and Ana Maldonado, Aysha Kirkland and Liz Parker scored 10 apiece.
33.5 Points average that the three-time reigning Central Section champion Golden Eagles have outscored their opponents through the first 11 games this season
The three-time reigning Central Section champion Eagles have outscored opponents by an average of 33.5 points, including a 101-9 beating of Chavez during the second game of the year.
Clovis West’s two losses have come against St. Mary’s-Stockton (10-0), the top-ranked school in the state, and Hamilton (11-2) of Chandler, Ariz.
Rivera finished 4-14 last season.
The Golden Eagles’ next game in the Huntington Beach tournament is 3 p.m. Monday against Cypress.