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Live updates and recaps from Saturday’s Battle at the Bay at Mission Bay High School

Mission Bay High School will host seven boys high school basketball games on Saturday for the annual Battle at the Bay.
Shea Fitzgerald Cathedral Catholic

SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Mission Bay High School will host seven boys high school basketball games on Saturday for the annual Battle at the Bay. Seven of the 14 teams in action on Saturday are currently ranked in the SBLive San Diego Section Top 10 Boys Basketball Rankings.

Follow along below for live updates from the games on Saturday.

Game 7: San Marcos 67 San Ysidro 61

Devon Arlington San Marcos

San Marcos started quickly, leading 28-12 before a San Ysidro run cut the lead down to four. The Knights responded with a run of their own to lead at the half, 41-29. San Marcos controlled the game for the majority of the second half until late in the fourth quarter when San Ysidro was able to put together one last run of their own. With 15 seconds remaining in the game, San Ysidro senior guard Sebastian Medina got a steal and drove in to attempt the game-tying layup but was blocked by San Marcos guard and Yale signee Devon Arlington. The Knights grabbed possession and iced the game with four free throws from Arlington to secure the 67-61 victory. Senior forward Lucas Gordon led San Marcos with 22 points while Devon Arlington finished with 18 points and seven assists. Martin Flores led San Ysidro with 22 points.

Game 6: Mission Bay 69 Mater Dei Catholic 49

Angelo Gil Mission Bay

Mission Bay jumped out to a quick start, leading Mater Dei Catholic 20-8 after the first quarter. The Buccaneers kept control in the second quarter, taking a 32-19 lead into the break. Mission Bay junior point guard Angelo Gil was at his best, scoring 23 points to go along with eight assists as the host Buccaneers took down the Crusaders, 69-49, in the second to last game of the night. Junior forward Thomas Metcalf added 18 points for the Buccaneers while junior guard Khristian Gonzalez led Mater Dei Catholic with 16 points.

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Game 5: Torrey Pines 74 Francis Parker 57

Alex Cabulio Torrey Pines

Torrey Pines led Francis Parker by three points after each of the first two quarters until an offensive explosion by Torrey Pines guard Logan Huston in the third quarter helped the Falcons pull away from the Lancers to secure their 19th win of the season. Huston scored 15 of his career-high 33 points in the third quarter, leading to the 74-57 win. Camden McCormick led the Lancers with 28 points.

Game 4: Mission Hills 64 San Diego 45

Mission Hills

After a tightly contested first quarter, Mission Hills took control of the game and led by eight at halftime. The Grizzlies continued their strong play in the second half led by the hot shooting of junior guard Caleb Hofmeister. The Grizzlies extended their lead in the second half on their way to a 64-45 win. Hofmeister knocked down six three-pointers on his way to a game-high 20 points. Senior forward Jayden White added 17 for the Grizzlies.

Game 3: Carlsbad 64 Santa Fe Christian 48

Cole Murray Carlsbad

Carlsbad guard Tony Duckett’s layup at the first quarter buzzer gave the Lancers a 20-14 lead over the Eagles. The Lancers held Santa Fe Christian to only 11 points over the next two quarters and cruised to a 64-48 win. Duckett and senior guard Mason Bowers each had 13 points for the Lancers. Bryce MacKenzie led Santa Fe Christian with 11 points.