Bellarmine College Prep got hot from behind the arc and defeated McClymonds 64-46 in a Northern California Regional Division I quarterfinal.
The host Bells (21-9) connected on nine 3-pointers by four different players. Jackson Gion led the way with four 3-pointers and 14 points. He hit three 3s in the third quarter. Teammate Blair Mendy his two 3s in the second quarter and had 12 points and Grant Vermeer had 10 points and a pair of 3s in the first quarter.
"We have seven guys on this team who can hit 3s, so who are you going to stop?" Bellarmine coach Patrick Schneider said. "Tonight we had more than one hot player and that opened things up a lot."
Eric Jones led the way for Mack with 13 points. Bellarmine, the Central Coast Section Division I champion, advances to the semis where it will play at top-seeded Deer Valley on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Dublin 86, El Camino 75: In an entertaining game between two highly-skilled, up-tempo, offensive teams, the host Gaels wore down El Camino in the fourth quarter and pulled away for the victory in the NorCal Regional Division II quarterfinal.
El Camino scored 19 points the first four minutes of the game and had a 12-point lead at that point. Dublin (25-6) roared back with a 22-5 run to lead by five, only to see El Camino draw even at the half, 37-37.
The Colts started the third quarter much the way they started the game and opened a 55-47 lead before Dublin turned the game its way for good, leading by as many as 18 in the fourth quarter.
JoJo McGlaston scored 24 points for Dublin. Cameron Moses scored 21, going 9 of 9 at the foul line, and Jamir Andrews scored 13 for the Gaels.
El Camino's Michael Smith led all scorers with 28 points. He picked up his fourth foul at the end of the third quarter and began the fourth quarter on the bench. During the two minutes he sat Dublin went on a 7-0 run to take a 70-60 lead, and once Smith returned El Camino was unable to stop Dublin's momentum.
"That's how big he is for us,'' El Camino coach Archie Junio said.
St. Francis 61, Antelope 59: No. 10 seed St. Francis (14-16) held on to upset No. 2 seed Antelope (25-7).
The Lancers took a 33-22 lead into halftime but were outscored 24-16 in the third quarter before pulling away. Nicholas Keyes led St. Francis with 17 points and five 3-pointers. Khalid Johnson added 14 points.
St. Francis will host No. 11 College Park on Tuesday.
Marin Catholic 52, Menlo 45: The sixth-seeded Knights erased a 14-point halftime deficit to take the lead in the fourth quarter, but third-seeded Marin Catholic outscored Menlo 11-2 over the final 5 minutes, 46 seconds to claim victory in the NorCal Division quarterfinal game.
Wes Miller led the Knights (21-8) with 14 points and Bobby Roth and Ryan Young had nine apiece.
The Bay Area News Group's Glenn Reeves, correspondents Steve R. Waterhouse and P.J. Brown and Dave Curtis of the Marin Independent Journal contributed to this report