After scoring 40 points on Wednesday, Indio High School standout Larry Mccan had another terrific performance Friday with 38 points as the Rajahs beat Cathedral City 91-54 in boys’ basketball on Friday.
Mccan scored 13 points in both the first and third quarters to go along with 10 assists as Indio outscored Cathedral City 50-26 in the second half.
Christian Briceno followed with 14 points, while Trunell Parks and Luis Cid added 12 points apiece for the Rajahs.
The Lions were led offensively by Anthony Sierra (16 points), Patrick McGihon (13 points) and Nick Jimenez (10 points).
Indio (2-5 in DVL) visits La Quinta at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Coachella Valley 52, Xavier Prep 45: Daniel Torres scored 20 points as the Arabs picked up a DVL victory at home.
Jesus Vargas added 14 points for Coachella Valley, which outscored the Saints 14-7 in the fourth quarter.
Joseph Dreisbach led Xavier Prep with 23 points, while Burke Meyers scored 12.
The Arabs (8-11, 2-5) visit Cathedral City at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Palm Springs 39, Palm Desert 33: The Indians won at home behind a strong team defensive effort.
Kaila Gower recorded 10 points, 10 rebounds and three steals while Joana Adams had eight points and seven rebounds for Palm Springs, which improved to 6-1 in DVL (14-5 overall).
Hannah Flores (seven points, two steals), Sierra Leonard-Martinez (six points, three steals) and Hannah Wright (nine rebounds, three steals) also contributed for the Indians (14-5, 6-1), who host Xavier Prep at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Indio 50, Cathedral City 26: The Rajahs allowed just six points in the first half as Kelcey Beckham finished with 17 points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Jazmyne Santiel added 14 points, six rebounds and three assists while Dneesya Baxter recorded 12 points and 19 rebounds as Indio coach Martin White recorded his 101st DVL victory.
Eva Rodriguez chipped in with three points and eight rebounds for the Rajahs (15-7, 7-0), who host Xavier Prep at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Coachella Valley 9, Xavier Prep 0: The Arabs shut out the Saints at home behind three goals by Ramon Felix.
Oscar Aguirre finished with a goal and two assists, while Carlos Medina, Carlos Moreno, Willie Ortiz, Li Abundez and Jesus Perez also scored for Coachella Valley.
Christian Barragan (two assists) and Ezekiel Barragan (one assist) also contributed offensively for the Arabs (8-6-1, 4-2-1), who visit Cathedral City at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Palm Springs 0, Palm Desert 0 (OT): Victor Martinez (five saves), Angel Leal and Marcos Martinez stood out defensively for the Indians (10-6-2, 4-2-1), who visit Xavier Prep at 5 p.m. Friday.
Cathedral City 2, Indio 1: Ivan Hernandez and Taylor Rodales each scored to lead the Lions. No other information was reported.
Palm Desert 5, Palm Springs 0: Afton Kalkoske scored twice to lift the Aztecs to a DVL victory on the road.
Mariana Moreno (one goal, one assist), Madison Cosgrove (one goal, one assist) and Yasmin Santana (one goal) also fared well offensively for Palm Desert, which improved to 6-1 in DVL (12-2-3 overall).
Kaila Cain and Katarina Ugalde also had one assist apiece. Paige Baker, who verbally committed to UC Dominguez Hills, had four saves in goal for the Aztecs.
Katie Ross, Nicole Graham and Annie Mueller helped paced the Indians (1-4-2).
Palm Desert visits Xavier Prep at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Xavier Prep 1, Coachella Valley 1 (OT): Cris Trevino scored on a penalty kick with two minutes remaining for the Saints to force the tie.
Kat Aguilar recorded three saves for Xavier Prep, which had 30 shots on goal. The Saints (6-4-2, 3-2-2) host Palm Desert at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Cathedral City 5, Indio 0: The Lions shutout the Rajahs at home behind a goal and two assists by Davonna Shahar.
Stephanie Lemus had a goal and an assist while Rachel Wright, Cynthia Hernandez and Azalea Guanajuato also scored for Cathedral City (12-6-1, 4-2-1).
Alinah Espinoza and Miyah Coleman added one assist apiece for the Lions, who visit Coachella Valley at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
CWL games: Four games were played on Friday at Palm Springs Stadium as part of the California Winter League.
The Toronto Rush beat the Washington Blue Sox 6-3 behind a two-run double by Tyler Caserta as the rush scored four runs in the sixth inning.
The British Columbia Bombers shut out the Midwest Haymakers 11-0 behind a strong pitching outing by Griffin jones, who allowed just one hit in four innings. Kenta Nishii went 3 for 4 with four RBIs, including a three-run double.
In the third game, the Canada A’s recorded 11 hits in a 9-7 victory over the Snowbirds. Michael Olson hit a home run and Nick Cuckovich added a triple in a five-run first inning.
The Grizzly defeated the Palm Springs Chill 6-2 behind a two-run double by Brandon Tierney.
Baseball lunch: Baseball fans are invited to a “Hot Stove League” luncheon on Wednesday at Palm Valley Country Club in Palm Desert.
There will be conversation about all the winter trades and free agent signings, opinions on the recent Hall of Fame voting, predictions for 2015 and more, including special guests.
The cost is $20 and includes a buffet lunch. For information and RSVP, contact Pete Donovan at Plays4pars@aol.com.