Kameron Edwards and the Etiwanda Eagles defeated the Rancho Cucamonga Cougars, 74-45, in Baseline League play to extend their winning streak to five games.
“It’s definitely a momentum builder, which is exactly what we need going into playoffs,” Edwards said. “We’ve been coming together a lot as a team and its perfect timing.”
Edwards scored 24 points for the Eagles in the game against the Cougars.
Delewis Johnson and Jordan Naughton contributed to the victory with 12 points apiece for the Eagles.
The Eagles are 18-2 this season and 6-2 in league play.
The Damien Spartans remain in first place of the Baseline League with a 7-1 record after defeating Chino Hills. The Eagles are in second place.
When asked about the final stretch of the season, Edwards believes there are still improvements the Eagles can make.
“I think we just have to work on our rotations and making sure all five guys on the floor are in sync,” Edwards stated.
Etiwanda will play against Bishop Gorman in the Nike Extravaganza held at Mater Dei High Feb. 7 before wrapping up league play with a pair of home games against Chino Hills and Upland.