The Hart boys basketball team won ugly, but stayed undefeated with a 75-64 win over Rio Mesa.
Down by two points in the third quarter, the Indians rallied to win their 16th game in a row to start the season.
Myles Franklin caught fire in the final period scoring nine points and finishing with 15. Teammate Lewis Stallworth led Hart with 21 points and eight rebounds.
The Indians begin Foothill League play against West Ranch on Tuesday.
The Master’s College women’s basketball team extended its undefeated season with a 52-46 win over Cal State San Marcos.
The Lady Mustangs are 12-0 and ranked No. 13 in the NAIA. Theresa Brown led The Master’s College with 13 points on a poor shooting night for the team. The Lady Mustangs shot 32 percent from the field and only two players scored in double figures.
In high school soccer, the Hart girls beat Buena, 2-1, and won their fourth game in a row. McKinley Kane scored a goal and had an assist for the Indians.
She assisted on Jenny Chavez’s goal to tie the score at 1-1 in the second half. Kane scored five minutes later to put Hart up, 2-1.
The Valencia girls tied Granada Hills, 1-1, and ran their unbeaten streak to seven games. The Vikings are 5-0-2 with four shutouts in that span.
In college football, the Louisville Cardinals upset third-ranked Florida, 33-23, in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
Louisville, ranked No. 21 in the nation, jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and was up 30-10 entering the fourth quarter.
In the NBA, the Clippers lost their second game in a row, 115-94, to the Golden State Warriors. After winning a franchise record 17 games in a row, the Clippers suffered their second straight double-digit loss.
Jamal Crawford scored 24 points off the bench and Chris Paul scored 23 for the Clippers.
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