Morris ended the half with 17 points, including five three pointers, and looked like he was on his way to a big night. But Woodbridge clamped down on him and the rest of the Triton offense in the second half. Morris was held scoreless the remainder of the game. The Warriors surged to a four-point lead at the end of three periods, which could have been worse for the Tritons if not for the buzzer-beater three pointer of senior forward Austin Miller.
Then, in the fourth quarter, San Clemente couldn't get much of anything going offensively, scoring only six points in the quarter.
With Morris' 17, 10 from Nick Cranshaw, 9 from Miller and 8 each from Cole Fotheringham and Cade Griffin, the Triton starters accounted for all but six points. Reserves Torrey Larson, Joe Mann and Rico Young added two points each. Fotheringham and Griffin led San Clemente's rebounding with 9 and 8, respectively.