Aaron Cameron had 21 points, including six three-pointers, Joseph Barnes added 10 points and nine rebounds and the freshman trio of Christian Terrell, Devin Young and Andrew Williams combined for 17 points and 13 rebounds as No. 4 Sacramento throttled No. 7 Kennedy 73-42 in the Metro Conference boys basketball showdown tonight in Oak Park.
Sacramento led 19-12 after one quarter, 40-17 at halftime and 56-27 after three quarters.
Sacramento (20-6, 12-1) and Kennedy (16-9, 11-2) came into the game with 11-1 league records, and Kennedy led 1-0 in the head-to-head series after beating the Dragons 66-59 on Jan. 18 in Greenhaven.
With a co-championship already assured, the Dragons can lock up an eighth outright league championship in nine seasons with a win Tuesday against visiting McClatchy.
In other boys Top 20 games reported to The Bee:
NO. 5 ANTELOPE 72, CORDOVA 52 - Gabe Bealer had 30 points and Isaiah Ellis added 24 as the Titans (20-6, 9-0) coasted past the host Lancers (15-10, 5-4) to win their third consecutive Capital Athletic League championship in only the program's fourth season as a varsity program. Troy Owens had 18 points and Jordan Roberson 16 for the Lancers.
NO. 8 BURBANK 74, MCCLATCHY 45 - Clifford Lyles had 13 points, Jalen Coates 12 and Carl Granderson 11 as the Titans (18-8, 10-3) topped the Lions (10-16,, 4-9) in a Metro Conference game at Burbank. Nick Modar led McClatchy with 12 points.