The boys’ varsity basketball team crushed John Adams Academy, 82-6, at home on Dec. 8.
The Cavs were ahead the entire game, leading 38-0 by the end of the first quarter.
Senior Skovran Cunningham and freshman Jayce McCain opened the game with a bucket apiece. Cunningham scored six more times during the game.
Cunningham, McCain, and freshmen B.J. Askew, Reggie Fan and Rick Barros were the starters.
All members of the team were also put in the game, mainly during the second half.
McCain was the high scorer with 18 points. Other scorers were Cunningham (14 points), junior Serajh Esmail (12), Barros (11), freshman Miles Edwards (6), Fan (5), junior Brad Petchauer (4), seniors Jaspreet Gill (3) and George Cvetich (3), sophomore Aidan Cunningham (2), and freshmen Askew (2) and Cole Johnson (2).
Cvetich and Barros both scored a single 3-pointer apiece.
Despite scoring 30 points in the previous game against Delta, Askew scored only 2 points.
“I just wanted to work on my passing today, as well as make more assists,” he said.
According to coach Dave Ancrum, the game against John Adams was a good opportunity for the Cavs to work on spacing, taking time off the clock and running plays.
“They still need a lot of work on their spacing and defense,” he added.
The Cavs’ next game is Friday, Dec. 12, against Global Youth at the Redding Christian Tournament at 5 p.m.
Their next home game is Tuesday, Dec 16, against Woodland Christian at 7:30 p.m.