Campbell Hall (30-1), ranked No. 2 in the state by Cal-Hi Sports and No. 19 in the nation by USA Today, advances to Saturday’s semifinal. Joe Finnerty’s layup and 3-point play on the next trip down the floor started the second-quarter onslaught and gave the Vikings a 30-23 lead with 3:39 left before halftime. Joe Ford buried a 3-pointer, Jrue Holiday hit a pair of jumpers, Finnerty added another layup and Ford followed with a basket from the baseline to give Campbell Hall a 41-23 lead, an advantage that was extended to 20 points at halftime. “We haven’t had a run like that in a while,” Campbell Hall coach Terry Kelly said. “We wore them down.” It was more of the same in the second half as LACES (13-23) struggled to find any answers. Ford hit two jumpers to open the third quarter and Holiday scored nine consecutive points, highlighted by a breakaway two-handed dunk to give Campbell Hall a 58-28 lead with 5:06remaining in the third quarter. “We got after them on defense, and that led to easy baskets,” Ford said. “Once we got a couple of buckets things just started snowballing for us. It was a classic run.” Jrue Holiday wasn’t done. The 6-foot-4 junior stole the ball from Kevin Jackson, took the ball coast to coast and dunked over Sean Butler to make it a 66-36 game at the 3:01 mark of the third quarter. He threw an alley-oop to brother Justin seconds later and exited the game, along with the rest of the starters, with 3:57 remaining left in the fourth quarter. “Once Campbell Hall starts playing its game, getting out in transition, they’re tough to beat,” Baskerville said. “Impossible to beat.” Jrue Holiday finished with 27 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists. Justin Holiday added 10 points and 15rebounds. Ford had 17 points and eight assists. [email protected] (818) 713-3612 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LACES of Los Angeles entered Thursday’s Southern California Div. IV regional playoff game against Campbell Hall of North Hollywood as the prohibitive underdog, but had to feel good when it trailed by just two points with 3:50 left in the first half. Then things quickly fell apart. The Vikings stepped up the defensive pressure with a stifling full-court press and went on a 16-0 run over a two-minute stretch of the second quarter to take control en route to a 91-60 victory at Crespi High in Encino. “We knew they were going to make a run, but there was nothing we could do to stop it,” LACES coach Ernest Baskerville said.