David Straughter had 19 points and Mitchell Love 13 and Jay Stone had four steals, four assists and nine points in leading No. 6 Burbank to a 77-60 win over No. 13 Del Campo in Tuesday's marquee game of the fifth annual Hoops 4 the Human Fund showcase at Foothill High School.
In other games:
Kelly Bender had 17 points and Michael Bryson added 16 as No. 8 Foothill defeated stubborn Elk Grove 47-44. Foothill led 22-11 after the first quarter.
Brian Pascual had 19 points and seven assists as defending Sac-Joaquin Section Division II champion St. Mary's of Stockton downed Rio Linda 69-52.
Kevin Daniels scored 17 points and Irakliy Pachuliya added 15 as San Juan upset No. 17 Union Mine 60-58.
Sanam Jhajj's 23 points lifted Monterey Trail over Highlands 62-41.
According to event organizer and Foothill coach Drew Hibbs, the event's tongue-in-cheek title inspiration came from a "Seinfeld" episode in which a character, George Costanza, invented an imaginary charity called "The Human Fund."
"It's a fund-raiser for our program, and everyone has a good time with it," Hibbs said.