On a day in which Sierra Campisano was disappointed when the players were named for the McDonald’s All-American Basketball Game, the Torrey Pines center had one of her best performances of the season.

The 6-foot-3 senior was 19 of 26 from the floor en route to scoring 41 points as the Falcons raced past Bonita Vista 77-37 in Monday’s I Have A Dream Showcase at Horizon Christian Academy.

“I like playing for my high school and Sol, my club team, so not making the McDonald’s game isn’t all that bad,” said Campisano, who will attend Oregon. “I just want to come out and help make us a better team.

“When we played Ramona this year the coach said he was glad he didn’t have to shake my hand one more time.

“I guess I’ll have to wait until college to show how good I am.”

Torrey Pines (12-4) scored the game’s first six points — all by Campisano — and never trailed.

What was most encouraging for the Falcons was the added offensive production, starting with senior Isabella Hoang with 16 points while freshman Angelina Roque added nine points and junior Meghan Voss had seven points.

Campisano, whose career high is 46 points, scored 14 in the first quarter and had 22 points by halftime as Torrey Pines enjoyed a 36-16 lead.

Scoring the first 10 points of the third quarter turned any comeback hopes Bonita Vista (12-3) had into just a dream.

The Barons had won four straight games and 11 of their last 12 before running into Campisano and the Falcons.

“This game was a little personal because a teammate with Sol plays for Bonita Vista,” said Campisano, who also collected 21 rebounds. “Today, everyone on our team showed up to play.

“Hopefully, we’re just peaking at the right time with league and the playoffs coming up.

“I think we’ll be dangerous. We’ll be lethal. It ought to be fun to watch.”

For Bonita Vista, senior Carol Schroeder led the way with 11 points despite being in foul trouble almost from the outset of the game.

Being outrebounded 31-20 and committing 17 turnovers didn’t help the Barons.

The Falcons, making mostly shots in close, hit 33 of 57 attempts from the field.

“We were trying to get some offensive momentum with league starting (today at Poway),” Falcons coach Denise Bennet said. “It turned out to be a great day to work on our game to head down the stretch.”