San Clemente (2-1) gave back eight points of its lead in the second quarter when it was outscored 15-7. In fact, the Tritons never scored in double figure for a quarter the remainder of the game. It didn't matter because San Clemente's defense was even more stingy, holding Brea-Olinda to only 11 second half points.
On a night when scoring was at a premium, Jimmy Varos led the Tritons with 12 point. Jacob Nemeth added 8 points; Daniel Mircheff and Kurt Crapo, 7 each; Evan Banks, 4; Max Marshall, 3; and James VanGinkel, 1.
The Tritons will play for the consolation bracket championship on Saturday.