SAN DIEGO — The game will go down as a non-district contest, a late-season tune-up before the San Diego Vaqueros begin District 31-3A. Still, it was an awesome effort by the San Diego boys on their home court.

The Vaqueros beat Skidmore-Tynan by a wide margin Tuesday night, winning, 77-36.

San Diego finished with four players in double-figures. R.J. Barrera and Brendon Uribe led things by scoring 19 points each.

Victoria East 60, Alice 37

Victoria East scored 42 points in the second half to turn what was a close game into a blowout. East used the big second half to win, 60-37.

Alice trailed East 18-10 at the end of the first half.

D’Andre Evans led Alice with 11 points. Alex Barrera had 10.


Victoria East 55, Alice 36

Victoria East got its payback against the Alice Lady Coyotes Tuesday night.

The Lady Coyotes shocked East in the District 30-5A opener in December, but this time around in Victoria, East topped Alice, 55-36. The loss was a setback for the Lady Coyotes who are fighting to hold on to fourth place in the district standings.

Alex Garcia paced Alice in scoring with 11. Cassy Cantu had nine and Janelle Castillo scored eight.

San Diego 69, Bishop 40

Fresh off last week’s 81-point effort against the Santa Gertrudis, the San Diego Lady Vaqueros were on the offensive Tuesday night.

The Lady Vaqueros scored early and often in a 69-40 win against District 31-3A foe Bishop.

San Diego scored 21 points in the first and 16 in the second and 20 in the third.

Leandra Bazan led the Lady Vaqueros with 18 points. Sarah Campos scored 14. Kanye Flores had seven.