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Schifino scores 30 in Vulcans’ win |

Schifino scores 30 in Vulcans’ win

| Monday, December 6, 2004 12:00 a.m

What a difference 24 hours made for the California University men’s basket- ball team especially Drew Schifino.

Saturday Schifino missed 17 of 24 shots from the floor as the Vulcans bowed at once-beaten Kutztown, 64-57.

Schifino regained his touch Sunday, hitting 10 of 16 from the floor and finishing with season-high 30 points in the Vulcans’ 69-67 win at West Chester.

Schifino made eight of eight free throws including six in the closing minutes.

As a team, California (3-3) shot 51 percent from the floor at West Chester after making 29 percent of it shots at Kutztown.

London Houston and Boris Mesnager backed Schifino in the win with 10 points apiece. Steve Fattori looked best for West Chester (5-2) with 15 points.

Sharif Bray (18) and Schifino (16) were high for the Vulcans in the loss at Kutztown.

California is home Wednesday with No. 17 Salem International (4-1).

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