Holmes finished with 39 points and also had five assists.
Junior guard Garrett James hit nine three-point shots and netted 35 points and defensively came up with seven steals. Senior Dion Douglas had nine assists, sophomore Tyler James had seven assists and Chad Lewis added eight points and four rebounds.
“We broke the record by creating a steady stream of turnovers and finding the open man,” said Marina Coach Roger Holmes, whose team is 5-4 on the season and has 130 three-pointers, an average of 14.4 per game. “We didn’t shoot all that well, but the guys did a great job of getting offensive rebounds and getting extra shots.”
But Monday, Marina had trouble finding its shooting touch in the first half against visiting Westminster, went into a 14-point hole at the half, staged a second-half comeback but eventually lost, 84-79.
Marina hit 12 three-point shots in the nonleague game.
In other boys’ basketball action
Edison won its final three games at the Irvine World News Tournament to claim a fifth-place finish.
In their tournament opener, the Chargers led Dana Hills throughout most of the contest but the Dolphins took the lead for the first time in the final 20 seconds and went on to win.
Carl Eberts led Edison with 13 points, Kyle Boswell scored 12 and Eric Ferraro and Dylan Garrity had 10 apiece.
Edison earned its first win of the event by routing Northwood, 53-33. The Chargers played well throughout the game and were led by Boswell’s game-high 24 points. Eberts scored 11.
In its third tournament game, Edison held University scoreless for a six-minute stretch of the second-half to pull away to a 71-63 victory.