Super Bowl week in the Bay Area calls for a super version of the Daily Journal Honor Roll.
In a matchup between two Peninsula Athletic League defensive heavyweights, it was Burlingame out-working Carlmont.
Will Dobson had a huge first half (eight points, six rebounds) for the Panthers and finished with a game-high 14 points.
The Panthers' leading scorer for the season, Connor Haupt, drained five 3-pointers on his way to a 23-point night in his team's runaway win over rival San Mateo on Friday night. It's the seventh time this season Haupt eclipsed the 20-point mark.
Carlmont bounced back from that loss to Burlingame by completing shutting down Sequoia and holding them to just 19 points.
Yash Malik led the Scots in that game with 13 points, nine via the 3-pointer. Costello bounced back from an injury to score 12 points after scoring 11 against Burlingame.
Jack Heneghan scored 21 points for Menlo School in a 73-35 league victory over Sacred Heart Prep. Menlo led 24-12 at the end of the first period and allowed just 11 second-half points.
The Knights followed that with a 12-point win over Pinewood.
Senior guard Bobby Roth poured in 21 points while Ryan Young dropped in 20 points and Ryan Heneghan contributed 19 for the Menlo.
On Saturday, the Knights got big scoring contributions from Heneghan (22 points), Young (21 points) and Roth (18 points).
Mills' Matt Wong was huge in leading the Vikings past Hillsdale in a big PAL showdown. The guard scored 17 points. The Knights lost by five but got double-digit efforts by Angelo Bautista (15 points) and Tushar Raghuram (14 points).
Aragon's Nick Frankel had himself one heck of a week. No. 22 scored 11 points in a win over Menlo-Atherton and his 19 against Hillsdale Friday night led all scorers. Alex Manu was also huge for the Dons. He scored 16 in that game against Hillsdale and a game-high 19 against the Bears. Oliver Bucka led M-A scorers with 14 points in that loss