Former South Medford High and Duke University standout Kyle Singler poured in 17 points for Lucentum Alicante in a 91-64 victory over Blancos de Rueda Valladolid at Centro De Tecnificacion De Alicante on Sunday.

Former South Medford High and Duke University standout Kyle Singler poured in 17 points for Lucentum Alicante in a 91-64 victory over Blancos de Rueda Valladolid at Centro De Tecnificacion De Alicante on Sunday.

Singler knocked down three of his four 3-point attempts and grabbed four rebounds in just over 31 minutes of play.

Teammates Jeremy Hazell and Mario Stojic had 12 points apiece for Lucentum, which raced out to a 25-11 lead after the first quarter. Lucentum led 56-20 by halftime.

Lucentum is now 3-1. Singler is averaging 19 points per game.