Compton College's Curt Smith scored from the baseline, from inside the lane, from the top of the key and most of all, from beyond the three-point line to almost single-handedly beat Harbor, 109-102, in a Southern California Athletic Conference game at Harbor on Wednesday night.
When Smith, who scored a game-high 48 points, wasn't making baskets with his repertoire of shots and moves, he was passing to Jason Carmichael, who added 25 points for the league-leading Tartars (21-5).
Smith, who came into the game leading the state in assists and was second in scoring, had six assists to go with impressive shooting performance, which included six three-point baskets, some from as far out as 25 feet.
"We held him to 48," joked Harbor Coach Carl Strong.
Eric Carpenter led Harbor (17-3) with 28 points.
The Seahawks led by as much as 16 points in a the first half before the Tartars' high-speed offense, which averages 95-plus points a game, began clicking.