Orestimba shook off its first loss of the season to close out a Stagg High (Stockton) varsity girls basketball tournament with two victories last week.
The Lady Warriors wrapped up tournament play with a 59-28 rout of West High of Tracy.
Orestimba outscored West in every quarter, including a 20-7 third-quarter run that sealed the outcome.
Jade Robinson nearly matched the West squad for point production, hitting a half dozen three-pointers on her way to a 24-point night, and Reagan Marroquin was well into double figures with 15 points. Ciera Thibodeau netted eight, Jessica Villarreal and Sarah Millan each put up five and Jazlyn Tucker rounded out the scoring with two points.
OHS 53, Stagg 28
A quick start paved the way for Orestimba in second-round play against host Stagg.
The West Siders jumped out to a 15-3 lead and never looked back.
A barrage of three-point field goals helped Orestimba win handily.
Robinson had a big game for the Lady Warriors, lighting up the board for 23 points. She put on a three-point clinic in the third quarter, hitting six of her seven treys in that stanza.
Thibodeau stepped up with 10 points, Villarreal hit three treys to finish with nine, Marroquin put up five points, Millan scored four and Tucker was in the book with two.
Edison 64, OHS 41
Edison dealt Orestimba its first loss of the season in first-round tournament play.
The Lady Warriors trailed 40-22 at the half and were unable to carve into the deficit after the intermission.
Thibodeau led OHS with 13 points and Robinson was in double figures with 11. Villarreal put up nine points, and Millan finished with eight.
OHS 45, Calaveras 44
Visiting Calaveras appeared to be cruising to a non-league win over the Lady Warriors last Tuesday, building a 15-point halftime lead and extending the cushion early in the third quarter.
Then Orestimba took over.
The Lady Warriors used a combination of big defensive plays and clutch shots to erase the deficit and edge their guests by a point.
Millan keyed the rally by hitting all 13 of her points in the second half, Robinson hit a deep three-pointer in the final minute to break a tie, and Orestimba held on at that point to win.
Villarreal and Robinson each finished with nine points, Marroquin put up eight and Thibodeau collected seven on the night.