Fantag Games of Week Recaps

Click on the link after each game recap to see video highlights from each of these three Fantag Games of the Week. For this first week, we’d say we had one upset, one game that was close throughout and another that went to overtime. Stay tuned to see previews for our next set of these games.

Friday, Jan. 4 (Boys)
Burbank (Sacramento) 80, Grant (Sacramento) 70

Playing at home, the Titans welcomed the Pacers to the Metro League with a victory that would have to qualify as an upset. Grant entered at 13-2 and has been looking like of the top CIF Sac-Joaquin Section D2 teams. Grant led 37-32 at halftime but was outscored 48-33 in the second half. Sophomore Tyree Gill had some great above-the-time plays and had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Burbank, which improved to 11-6. Khalil Stewart led the Titans with 21 points and had four steals. Kyrie Dunn added 15 points and five assists while Levelle Bailey had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three assists. Senior power forward David Jones had one dunk for Grant that was worth watching.
For Fantag video highlights of this game, CLICK HERE.

Friday, Jan. 4 (Boys)
Sacramento 59, Capital Christian (Sacramento) 52

At the beginning of Capital Athletic League play, both Rio Americano and El Camino were 13-2. It’s the Dragons, though, that are tied with Del Campo at 2-0 after the first week of games. Sacramento (8-5 overall) defeated Capital Christian on Friday in a matchup of recent SJS powerhouse programs. The Cougars fell to 4-12, but they beat Rio Americano 60-49 in their first CAL outing. Sacramento opened league with a victory against El Camino.
For Fantag video highlights of this game, CLICK HERE.

Saturday, Jan. 5 (Girls)
Folsom 60, West Campus (Sacramento) 56 (OT)

A late basket by Nesi Finau of West Campus forced the extra time and her team also connected on a buzzer-beater to end the first half. Folsom still prevailed in the non-league matchup on its home floor and improved to 13-2 overall. West Campus dropped to 6-8, but head coach John Langston’s team is still favored to win the Greater Sacramento League title. The Bulldogs, who edged West Campus 45-44 earlier this season, will play this Saturday at the Elite is Earned showcase event at state-ranked Miramonte of Orinda against the host school.
For Fantag video highlights of this game, CLICK HERE.

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