Scotland 7s 5, Fiji 7s 57
Scotland 7s lost a difficult opening game of the USA Sevens to last years IRB Sevens World Series champions Fiji.
Scotland's only try came from Ben Addison.
Speaking after the game, head coach Stephen Gemmell said: "We showed them too much respect and made too many errors.
"Our next game is against Argentina, which is the big one for us, so we just need to buckle down and refocus.â€
Scotland 7s 19, Argentina 7s 14
Scotland brought themselves in back the hunt for a quarter-final place with a memorable win over Argentina 7s.
The result, which saw tries from Thom Evans, Ben Addison and Sean Crombie, elated head coach Stephen Gemmell.
"It was a great win but they scored two late tries just before the end which we shouldn't have allowed.
"A win against the West Indies should secure us a vital quarter-final place for tomorrow."
Mike Adamson converted two of Scotland's three tries.
Scotland 7s 31, West Indies 7s 5
The Scotland 7s team recorded a landmark victory against the West Indies in San Diego tonight to reach their first Cup quarter-final of the 2006/07 IRB Sevens World Series
Two tries from Thom Evans were followed up by scores from Scott Forrest, Ben Addison and Colin Shaw with Mike Adamson converting three.
After the final whistle, head coach Stephen Gemmel said: "Hopefully we have done enough to win a Cup quarter-final place, Fiji now have to beat Argentina to see us through."