Peyton White is finally back in full force.
“That was the first game I felt like I could get back into,” the 6-foot-5, 215-pound student said after scoring in Crespi’s 57-36 win over El Camino Real in Calabasas in the West on Tuesday night Valley tournament scored 31 points and had 11 rebounds.
White, the son of Cal Lutheran coach Russell White, broke his leg during the offseason and sidelined him for months. He’s back in shape and looks like this. He missed just three shots and dominated inside. Crespi (2-0) faces a challenge from Shalhevet (3-0) in Calabasas on Wednesday night at 17:30.
73 Brentwood, 24 Santa Clara: James Olofson led Brentwood by 16 points.
63 Newbury Park, 39 Ventura: Cooper Lucas finished the race with 33 points for Newbury Park.
73 Crenshaw, 34 Morningside: The Cougars (3-0) went undefeated. AJ Robinson and King Peterson each scored 23 points.
Rancho Cucamonga 61, Beaumont 47: Jerimiyah Smith led with 21 points and 10 rebounds.
West Lake 59, Golden Valley 41: Austin Maziasz had 20 points for Westlake.
St. Francis 61, Gahr 32: Point guard Jackson Mosley finished with 18 points for St. Francis.
Heritage Christian 86, Milken 41: Seven Bahati had 27 points for Heritage Christian.
Valencia 76, Santa Fe 54: Kai Davis had 19 points for Valencia.
Basketball for girls
Bishop Montgomery 62, Brentwood 51: Kadence Lloyd led Bishop Montgomery by 21 points. Lev Feiman had 15 points for Brentwood.
Harvard-Westlake 56, Catholic Cathedral 49: Bella Spencer scored 17 points for Harvard-Westlake.
Culver City 55, Palisades 42: Alyssa Ramirez scored 16 points and Taylor Arnold added 10 points and 17 rebounds for Palisades.
Windward 67, Corona Centennial 52: Skye Belker contributed 22 points and Laurel Hinds 16 for Windward.
Viewpoint 6, Yeshiva 1: Neo Mishan scored four goals for Viewpoint.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2022-11-22/prep-basketball-crespi-el-camino-real-roundup Prep sports roundup: Peyton White’s 31 points power Crespi