Paloma Valley girls’ win first ever basketball title, defeat Ontario Christian 64-47

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Paloma Valley High School won the school’s first-ever girls’ basketball title, claiming the CIF-Southern Section Division 4AA girls’ basketball championship with a 64-47 win over Ontario Christian High School Saturday, Feb. 29. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Paloma Valley High School Lady Wildcats have won the school’s third CIF Southern Section title, a title that encompasses girls’ soccer and girls’ wrestling. It is the third CIF-SS title since opening in 1995. The top-seeded Lady Wildcats took on the second-seeded Ontario Christian High School Knights Saturday, Feb. 29, at Colony High School, and with a 64-47 win, claimed the CIF-Southern Section Division 4AA girls’ basketball championship game. Mya Pierfax had center stage for the Lady Wildcats. The junior guard, scored a career-high 37 points, shooting 10 of 20 from the field, hitting four 3-pointers and sinking 13 free throws. While Pierfax countered freshman Chloe Briggs, the Knights (29-3) couldn’t counter the Wildcats in the paint. Paloma Valley outrebounded Ontario C
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