Cameron scored 11 of his game-high 14 in the first period. Then after resting on its laurels in the second period, San Clemente blew the game open in the third, outscoring Tesoro 22-10 for a 53-28 lead going to the final period. And the Tritons didn't let up this time, adding another seven points to their margin in the final period.
Joining Cameron in double figures were Evan Banks and Isaac Rex with 10 points each. Blake Birmingham and Daniel Mircheff added eight each. Dylan Hauser and Roberto Medrano each scored four, and Aidan Butler had two points.
The Triton Junior Varsity returns to South Coast League action at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in a battle for first place when it wraps up its three-game homestand against Aliso Niguel. The two teams are tied for the league lead at 3-1.