San Clemente trailed only once, 5-2, and was tied briefly in the fourth quarter. Otherwise, the Tritons built successive double-digit leads, only to see Woodbridge repeatedly work their way back into the game with their own three-point shooting. The Warriors made 15 three-pointers in the game. But the Tritons couldn't really complain about that, as they made eight more besides Cameron's to notch a total of 16 threes of their own. That's a total between both teams of 93 points on three-pointers in the game.
The Tritons led 24-11 at the end of a quarter, and 36-26 at the half. The Warriors stuck around in the third period, getting the margin under double digits at 58-50 going to the fourth. San Clemente outscored Woodbridge 23-18 in the final period.
In fact, the Tritons scored at least 22 points in every period except the second. They were led by Cameron's 24 points. Gage Shelmidine recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 assists, as did Dillon Waikle with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Each of them had a pair of three-pointers. Blake Birmingham was the other Triton in double figures. He had 11 points, nine of them in the closing period. Michael Moran rounded out San Clemente's scoring with 9 points.
Senior power forward Cole Fotheringham, fresh off of the football field, did not score for the Tritons but pulled down seven defensive rebounds in his season debut.
San Clemente returns to action at 7 p.m. Saturday at Oceanside as part of the Orange County/San Diego County Challenge.