A fourth-quarter run lifted Gustine past Delhi in varsity boys basketball action Thursday.
The two teams were tied at 34-all going into the final eight minutes, before the Reds used a barrage of three-pointers - including three by Danny Hernandez, to put the 50-44 win in the books.
Gio Quezada also hit four consecutive free throws in the fourth to help Gustine prevail.
Hernandez put on a long-range shooting clinic, hitting six treys on his way to a 20-point night.
Adrian Morales put up nine points for the Reds, Tyler Borba and Quezada each finished with eight and Thomas Gomes rounded out the scoring with five points - including a fourth-quarter trey.
Livingston 82, GHS 47
The host Reds were unable to keep pace with Livingston last Tuesday.
The Wolves set the tone early by bolting to a 14-1 first-quarter lead.
Hernandez had a big scoring night for the Reds, lighting up the board for 25 points, including 19 in the third quarter. He buried a half dozen treys on the night.
Livingston kept the rest of the Reds roster largely in check, however. Alejandro Ortiz and Morales each scored six points, Quezada and Noel Perez each finished with four and Johnathan Martin chipped in offensively with two points.
Mateo Gallichio grabbed seven rebounds. Quezada and Morales each had six boards on the night.