Senior Matthew Schmidt scored 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as Wilson beat North Torrance 83-68 at the Artesia Tournament.
Schmidt proved to be too much for the Tartars as they weren't able to match up with his size on both ends of the floor, which also led to him having two blocks.
"They were sleeping on defense, they were just focusing on the ball and not off the ball," Schmidt said. "So, I found a lot of opportunities to cut to the basket and my teammates found me pretty well."
After taking a 45-32 lead at halftime, the Bruins (6-1) controlled the pace of the game as they continued their impressive start to the season.
"We're in uncharted waters," Wilson coach James Boykin said. "The biggest thing I'm telling these guys about is complacency. We're in no position to be complacent and we still have a lot to prove."
Cabrillo 3, Leuzinger 3
In most cases being down 3-0 in soccer with only 25 minutes left teams would usually call it quits.
For the Cabrillo boys' soccer team (4-1-1), that wasn't the case as they trailed Leuzinger 3-0 with only 25 minutes remaining in the second half.
But, the Jaguars battled back starting in the second half when Jonny Riquer drilled a free kick in the 65th minute to cut the lead to 3-1.
The Jaguars then scored on a penalty kick and Leo Corona scored in the final seconds to secure the tie.
Millikan 1, South Torrance 1
Against a strong South Torrance team, Millikan (3-0-1) hit its first stumbling block after a late mistake allowed South tie the score, and the game ended in a 1-1 draw.