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Kef Dinwiddie from Fairfax shows off shooting touch with 39 points

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Reggie Morris Jr., the first-year basketball coach at Fairfax, didn't like Keith Dinwiddie defending Monday night in the first quarter in a Maranatha tournament game against Sylmar. He gave Dinwiddie a nice chair on the couch. He quickly put him back in the game and the message was delivered.

"I had to wake up," said Dinwiddie.

Boy did he wake up. Dinwiddie scored 39 points and made seven three to help the Lions (2-0) with a 99-58 victory in an opening game of the Maranatha tournament. The last six baskets of Dinwiddie were three. On the way to the state of San Diego, he is one of the best shooters in the City Section.

Sylmar, who received 24 points from Aaron Reyes, scored eight straight points in the second quarter to bind Fairfax 25-25. Then Lions went on a 15-2 point, with Dinwiddie scoring 10 points.

Fairfax has a starting arrangement with four guards. It remains to be seen whether the Lions can make that work on their way to City's title competition, but they should know much more on December 13 when they face host Westchester in an early Western League matchup.

At the Westchester tournament, Adrian McIntyre scored 39 points for Saugus, but Washington Prep advanced with a win of 67-64. Bishop Montgomery defeated Southeast 74-26.

Rolling Hills Prep defeated Mary Star 87-46. JT Tan and Benny Gealer each scored 18 points.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame beat Carlsbad 100-78. Ben Shtolzberg scored 23 points and Ryan Engs 22.

Billy Reed III had 26 points in South Pasadena's 62-31 win over Arroyo.

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