SoCalHoops High School News
Recap: Boys' Details From
Friday 1/7/00 Games--(Jan. 8, 2000)
There were more than a few games played last night, and we've got the details from just about every game played in SoCal (well, at least we've got the Southern Section and the City; San Diego is a bit tougher, and we'll also try to fill in on the Central Section). Here's what happened:
|City Section League Games|
Westchester 57, Palisades 53--The host Comets (11-5, 2-0) erased a 44-38 third quarter deficit by outscoring Palisades 19-9 in the fourth quarter. Brandon Heath paced Westchester with 15 points and Terrence Lawson had 10.
|City Section Non-League Games|
City Section Non-League
North Hollywood 50, Chatsworth 48--With three seconds remaining on the clock, Dominic Johnson of North Hollywood High dished the ball to Gus Ruiz who hit a baseline juper to win the game and avoid overtime, 50-48 over Chatsworth in a nonleague game at North Hollywood. North Hollywood (12-3), which suffered an embarrassing loss to Taft a week ago, overcame a dismal start to beat the streaky Chancellors. The Huskies made only two of 13 shots in the first quarter and fell behind, 13-5. Chatsworth (6-8), which outrebounded North Hollywood, 21-11, in the first half, got sloppy in the second quarter and suffered seven turnovers, four for traveling. North Hollywood scratched its way to within 19-15 at halftime, then came out of the locker room with hot hands. The Huskies made their first four shots of the third quarter and took a 25-19 lead. The Huskies maintained the lead until a three-point play by Cration, who had 15 points, gave the Chancellors a 41-38 lead with 5:01 left. The final minutes featured three ties in the last 2:26. Chatsworth trailed, 46-44, with 2:03 left before converting four of six free throws to take a 48-46 lead. Two free throws by Kenny Hauser of North Hollywood tied it, 48-48, with 50 seconds left. Ronald Ruffin had nine points.Hauser scored 11 points, well below his average of 20. He made two of nine shots in the second half.
Granada Hills 78, Grant 66--Rufus Parks scored 18 points with five steals and the Highlanders (8-7) upset the No. 7 Lancers in a nonleague game at Granada Hills. DeWayne Anderson scored 33 points for Grant (11-3).
Huntington Park 75, Middle College Magnet 37
Marshall 67, Poly 56
Monroe 57, Birmingham 51
University 78, Banning 74-- Jerry Jackson scored 19 of his career high 42 points in the fourth quarter and Tony Lara had 24 points on five three pointers, but the visiting Pilots (5-8) could not ovrecome a 14 point deficit as University won.
|Southern Section League Games|
Calvary Chapel Downey 81, St. Margaret's 56
Capistrano Valley Christian 93, Southern California Christian 24
Claremont 70, Upland 66-- The victory elated the Wolfpack (13-3) and demoralized the Highlanders (11-4), who had figured to duel with Glendora for this year's Baseline title, not Claremont. Upland had a chance to win late in the game but couldn't capitalize on the opportunity. Trailing 66-60, Jason Harris hit a baseline jumper and converted the foul to cut the lead to three with 1:05 remaining. Two failed possessions passed before Upland's Kyle Bechler misfired a 3-pointer from the top of the key, and Taylor's subsequent rebound and court-length pass found Shaddea Aaron for the basket and foul to all but end the Highlanders' hopes with 22 seconds left. Kirk Snyder scored 16 to lead the Highlanders. Three Claremont players reached double digits in rebounds - Tim Taylor (13 boards, 14 points), Davar Wilburn (10 boards, four points) and Micah Lombard (11 boards, 10 points). Through the first three quarters, this was anyone's game. It featured 10 lead changes and nine ties before the Wolfpack began to move away in the fourth quarter with a 12-4 run, taking a 66-59 lead with less than 3 minutes left, before Upland bounced back.
Glendora 85, Don Lugo 45--Graham Miller and Bruce Hatch had 14 points each for the Tartans (13-2, 1-0), who play Verbum Dei in a nonleague game today at 10 a.m. at Compton College. GLENDORA (85) Rohrer 3, Giles 10, Torbron 6, Smith 3, Davis 12, Foster 3, Hatch 14, Alverez 5, Miller 14, Allen 7, Reid 8. DON LUGO (45) Amaya 10, Hong 11, Galindo 6, Ellis 9, Hill 3, Asafo'Agyei 2, Wetzeo 4. Glendora 19 20 23 23 -- 85 Don Lugo 13 7 15 10 -- 45 Total fouls: G 16, DL 20. Fouled out: (G) Davis. Technical fouls: (G) Allen.
Chino 68, Walnut 61--CHINO (68) Aleman 3, Briggs 4, Munoz 18, Parks 4, Thompson 22, Hardin 4, Cryer 13. WALNUT (61) Joseph 21, Ramos 3, Tashroudroin 5, Kim 7, Mason 11, Cartenson 6, Fuld 3, Jones 5. Chino 18 17 14 19 -- 68 Walnut 17 14 15 15 -- 61 Total fouls: C 17, W 16. Fouled out: Parks (C). Technical fouls: none.
Redondo 72, Morningside 70-- Facing the possibly of an 0-2 start, Redondo managed to rebound from the upset loss to Peninsula earlier in the week. Andrew Zahn had 18 points and 18 rebounds as the Sea Hawks managed to come back from a 13 oint deficit for a 72-70 win at home. Ryan Mollins finished with 17 oints while Dijon Thompson had 12 more, and Redondo improved to 11-2 overall and 1-1 in league. Adam Zhan had 10 points for Redondo. Dwayne Trotter scored 20 points fo rMorningside, which fell to 9-6 overall, 1-1 in league.
Inglewood 55, Santa Monica 54 (OT)-- Brian Taylor hit a three pointer with 40 seconds left to send the game into overtime as the Sentinels (11-3, 2-0) pulled out the win. Taylor finished with 16 oints. Earl Felix had 11 points and Anthony Davis (the other one) had 8 for Inglewood. Jacopy Atako scored 17 points to lead Santa Monica, and Jon Folonis had 16. Martin Castro was held to just 4.
Compton Centennial 53, South Torrance 39-- Ellis Myles scored 24 points to lead Centennial to the win. David Aupiu scored 12 points and Jon Schwenke had 11 for South Torrance but they lost anyway, and fell to 9-5 overall and 1-1 in league.
Peninsula 59, North Torrance 45-- Jay Lescoulie scored 11 points and 8 rebounds, while Dan Yerelian had 10 points and six rebounds for the Panthers (10-4, 2-0). North's Kenny Brown led all scoerers with 22 points.
Camino Real League
St. Anthony 65, Mary Star 57-- Rudy Brown scored 17 points and Alen Danielson totaled 16 points and seven rebounds but the Stars (6-10, 0-1) ) lost their league opener at home. David Ojeda added 11 points for Mary Star.
Bosco Tech 72, Cantwell Sacred Heart 57
Verbum Dei 72, St. Monica 64
Villa Park 73, Foothill 39 --If Friday night's Century League opener is any indication, the Villa Park boys basketball team will have an easy time defending its league title. The host Spartans, defeated Foothill, 73-39, sending a message to the rest of the league that they are definitely the team to beat. Foothill (7-10) is one of three teams hoping to challenge the Spartans for the title. But the Knights weren't much of a match for Villa Park on Friday. Junior guard Matt MacGinnis led Villa Park (14-2 overall) in scoring with 22 points. MacGinnis made six of his first seven field-goal attempts. He wound up making seven of 11 shots in the game, including five three-pointers, and scored 20 of his 22 points in the first half to help Villa Park move out to a 36-23 halftime lead. The Spartans led 57-28 entering the fourth quarter. Foothill was led by junior guard Chad Bigler, who scored 17 points.
El Modena 54, Orange 45--El Modena pulled away in the fourth quarter on free throws. Blake Dodge scored 18 points, making 11 of 15 free throws.
Canyon 70, Santa Ana Valley 60
Ventura 60, San Marcos 57--Mike Derse had 18 points and six rebounds for Ventura in a Channel League opener at San Marcos. Tyler Ebell scored 14 points, including two three-point baskets, for Ventura (12-5) . San Marcos High lived and died with the 3-point shot Friday night in its Channel League basketball opener at the Thunderhut against Ventura. The Royals sank 12-of-22 shots from long range, but missed three in the final seconds and lost 60-57. Ventura, 12-5, has several returning players and a number of players who have been stars in other sports. San Marcos, 6-8, has only one returning starter, Adam Nance. He returned from an ankle sprain to score 18 points and grab 11 rebounds. Ryan King added 16 points while Richard Pertsulakes added 17 points and four assists. Ventura was led by Mike Derse, the Channel League co-MVP in water polo, with 18 points and Tyler Ebell, a 1,000-yard rusher in football, with 14. VENTURA -- Ebell 14, Richards 12, Ellis 3, Prophet 2, Roberts 2, Derse 18, Gruber 9. Totals 26-60 4-6 60. SAN MARCOS -- Kupperman 3, Balingdong 3, King 16, Pertsulakes 17, Nance 18. Totals 19-45 7-7 57. Ventura . . . 17 18 10 15--60 San Marcos . . . 18 10 17 12--57 3-point goals--V 2 (Ebell 2), SM 12 (King 4, Pertsulakes 4, Nance 2, Balingdong 1, Kupperman 1). Fouled out--none.
Santa Barbara 66, Dos Pueblos 38-- In Friday's league opener, the Dons totally dominated Dos Pueblos for a 66-38 win before an overflow crowd at Santa Barbara High. Santa Barbara, 13-2 overall, started the game pretty much as it did Wednesday in a lopsided win over Santa Paula, combining good shooting and good defense to jump to an early and decisive lead. The Dons hit 4-of-7 3-pointers in the first quarter and 7-of-12 shots overall, building leads of 13-3 and 21-5 in the first quarter before settling for a 35-19 halftime lead. Dommanic Ingerson scored 16 of his game-high 19 points in the first half but the Dons also showed their depth in the second half when they put the game away 51-26 with a 12-0 third quarter run while Ingerson was on the bench. Santa Barbara also outrebounded Dos Pueblos decisively, led by a 12-board effort from Trey Putnam, and committed only nine turnovers despite an aggressive pressure defense applied by the Chargers. They even hit 14 of 15 free throws. The end result was Santa Barbara averaged 1.4 points per possession. Putnam had 10 points to go with his rebounds while Williams had 13 points and six rebounds. Henderson had eight points and three assists. Dos Pueblos was led by A.J. Ortiz with 10 points and Brett Holbrook with eight points. Holbrook showed some flashy moves sliding underneath the basket but had a number of shots go in-and-out. The best play of the night, however, was probably a driving first half basket by Ingerson where he blew by one defender, dipped the ball underneath another's arm and then softly banked in the shot from about six feet away. Ingerson added four assists and four steals to his scoring total, which was only slightly below his 19.5 season average. Dos Pueblos, winner of the last three Channel League titles, takes on Ventura at home Wednesday while Santa Barbara plays Channel Islands in a non-league game. DOS PUEBLOS -- Ortiz 10, Graybill 2, Fortune 6, Roegner 4, Sherman 3, Folan 1, Holbrook 8, Jenkins 4. Totals 14 7-16 38. SANTA BARBARA -- Henderson 8, Whilt 7, Walling 4, C. Peterson 2, Koester 2, Ingerson 19, Williams 13, Putnam 10, J. Peterson 1. Totals 22 14-15 66. Dos Pueblos . . . 8 13 8 9--38 Santa Barbara . . . 21 14 18 11--66 3-point goals--DP 3 (Ortiz 2, Fortune 1), SB 8 (Ingerson 3, Whilt 1, Henderson 2, Williams 2). Fouled out--none.
Ontario Christian 78, Arrowhead Christian 63-- Redlands Arrowhead Christian had trouble rebounding against Ontario Christian, and as a result, the Eagles dropped a Christian League game. "They had two big guys that kind of pounded us on the boards," Arrowhead coach Mike Lawler said. The Eagles (0-2, 2-9) managed to make the game closer with a 32-point fourth quarterARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (63) -- Paine 7, Becerra 18, Goltry 9, Carter 7, Britt 3, Breckley 9, Hanke 10. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (78) -- Veenendaal 17, Kodhaas 2, Landry 9, Santana 4, Stone 1, Fuqua 10, Gibson 12, Nanniga 3, Grayson 2, Verkik 11, Hoekstra 7. Halftime score -- Ontario Christian 46-17. Three-point goals -- Veenendaal 3, Landry, Fuqua, Becerra 2, Goltry, Britt. Total fouls -- Arrowhead Christian 14, Ontario Christian 15. Fouled out -- none. .
Woodcrest Christian 62 Linfield 48
Citrus Belt League
Coastal Life League
Coast Valley League
De Anza League
Del Rey League
Bishop Montgomery 60, St. Bernard 52-- Derrick Craven scored a game-high 16 oints and the host Knights (12-2) surged to a 23-10 first quarter lead and never looked back in their league opener. DeVaughn Peace added 12 points and Brian Pruitt had 10 for Bishop Montgomery. Brandon Wiliams led St. Bernard (14-3, 0-1) with 11 points an dBernard McCumby had 10).
Serra 60, Bishop Amat 58--Jaime Washington hit thre free throws down the stretch to lift th eCavaliers (9-7) in the league opener at Amat (14-3, 0-1) Aerick Sanders led Serra with 16 points.
Del Rio League
Desert Mountain League
Desert Valley League
La Quinta 65, Indio 56-- The Blackhawks made eight of 11 free throws in the fourth quarter to pick up their first DVL win under first-year coach Bob Ciancio. La Quinta led 43-34 at the half but put the game away in the fourth with the help of Mike Havens, who went 4-for-4 at the free throw line. Mike Avon, who finished with 24 points, had three layups in the final quarter. La Quinta sank eight of 11 free throws in the final three minutes to ice a Desert Valley League game against Indio. Mike Avon led the Blackhawks (1-1, 6-9) with 24 points and Skylar Wilson added 19. La Quinta used a second half zone defense to pull away early in the second half. Zach Balver led Indio with 22 points. INDIO (56) -- Rodriguez 12, Silva 3, Torres 14, Ogimachi 0, Mendoza 2, Balver 22, Garcia 3. LA QUINTA (65) -- Gutierrez 7, Wilson 19, Pablo 5, Avon 24, Havens 6, Burt 4. Halftime score -- La Quinta 43-34. Three-point goals -- Torres 3, Rodriguez, Silva, Garcia. Total fouls -- La Quinta 13, Indio 20. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Havens.
Palm Springs 59, Palm Desert 56-- Palm Springs held off a late Palm Desert rally to record a Desert Valley League boys basketball win, 59-56, on Friday. Palm Springs (8-7 on the season and 1-0 in the DVL) held a 13-point lead late in the fourth quarter before Palm Desert cut the gap to three points on two 3-pointers by Adam Harasansky and one by Matt Jefferson. Palm Desert dropped to 5-10 on the season, 0-2 in the DVL. Palm Springs: 19 14 6 20 -- 59 Palm Desert: 13 11 7 25 -- 56 Palm Springs: Otteson 5, Patrick, Avina 5, Handley 5, Barton, Caldwell 20, Higueras 12, Chandrasena 6, Diaz 4. Palm Desert: Zazulia 13, Jefferson 11, Holt 2, Harasansky 12, Smith 6, Newman-Brewer 2, Henry 4, Scott 6.
Century 55, Cypress 53--Chris Ferretti hit a running, 10-foot jumper with one second remaining to give Century (9-8, 1-0) the home victory over Cypress (10-6, 0-1). Ferretti finished with a game-high 23 points and had eight rebounds. Cypress had beaten Los Alamitos, ranked third in the county, earlier this week. Devin Patrick scored 20 for Cypress.
El Dorado 58, Katella 50--El Dorado (14-2) played like it is going to be wearing Empire League championship patches on their lettermen jackets as they beat Katella at home 58-50 Friday night at Katella High in an Empire League opener. Quinn Hawking (6'-3" Jr. SG) son of Cal State Fullerton coach Bob Hawking, scored 17 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter. Mike Wulff, a 6-2 junior forward, also scored 17 and Evan Bull, a 6-3 junior forward, scored eight with eight rebounds. El Dorado scored 10 of the game's first 14 points, and had a 17-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Golden Hawks maintained that lead in the second quarter, and carried a 32-23 advantage into halftime. The Knights outscored the Golden Hawks, 7-3, in the opening moments of the third quarter and trailed by five going into the fourth quarter. Both teams had trouble building momentum at the start of the final period, as three fouls were called in the first 10 seconds and five in the first 1:07. The Knights took their first lead of the game on Ivan Martinez's three-pointer that put Katella on top, 46-44, with 3:10 to play. Hawking tied it on a 15-foot jumper, then with 2:35 left made two free throws to put the Golden Hawks ahead for good, 48-46. Wulff scored on an offensive rebound for a 50-46 lead, and Katella's Darren Sack also put in an offensive rebound to cut the margin again to two points. Hawking made another pair of foul shots, and Katella's Phillip Tyson responded with two of his own with 52 seconds remaining to make it 52-50. El Dorado's Matt Bojorquez drilled a jumper from just inside the top of the key with 34 seconds left to ice it, 54-50.
Loara 47, Kennedy 39--Wes Wardrop scored 18 points and Dan Melton added 15 as the visiting Saxons (10-7, 1-0) beat the Fighting Irish 7-9, 0-1). Chris Johnson paced Kennedy with 12 points.
La Verne Lutheran 57, New Roads 36--NEW ROADS (34) King 4, Nario 2, Jakos 11, Lanson 4, Turner 2, Young 6, Hutchinson 5. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (57) Thomas 27, Cumberland 11, Lee 5, Smith 5, Terry 7, Arterburn 2. New Roads 5 13 10 6 -- 34 LV Lutheran 13 20 14 10 -- 57 Total fouls: NR 16, LVL 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.
Heritage Christian 68, Rolling Hills Prep 51
Pioneer Baptist 80, Liberty Christian 35
Burbank 68, Valencia 67--Damien Jordan's putback with 10 seconds remaining gave Burbank a Foothill League victory at Valencia. Jordan finished with 15 points and Frank Reed scored 16 for the Bulldogs (10-4, 1-0). Trenton Cleveland contributed 11 points, including two fourth-quarter three-pointers.
Burroughs 69, Hart 47--Tyler Newton had 18 points, 10 rebounds and three assists, and Keith Jarbo added 12 points and seven assists to lead Burroughs in a Foothill League opener. Tamir Barkan had 17 points for Hart.
Canyon 63, Saugus 61--
The Cowboys beat visiting Saugus,
Fullerton 67, La Habra 55--details were not available
Sunny Hills 58, Buena Park 47--Zach De Leon scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half as Sunny Hills outscored visiting Buena Park, 40-29. Eric Hardeman had 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Lancers (9-8, 1-0).
Troy 76, Sonora 45--details were not available
Santa Paula 63, Malibu 38--Ryan Frutos had 26 points, including four 3-point field goals, for host Santa Paula (5-11,1-0). Santa Paula had nine 3-point field goals. Bennie Townsend led Malibu (5-6, 0-1) with 14 points.
Nordhoff 56, Santa Clara 49--Etienne Emanuel scored 29 points and had 7 rebounds to lead Nordhoff (10-4, 1-0) at Nordhoff. Santa Clara got 20 points from Mel Angell.
Garden Grove League
Bolsa Grande 73, Pacifica 65--Willie Montgomery scored 20 of his game-high 31 points in the fist half, and Pacific lost it's first league game in two years. The Matadors (10-5, 1-0) were given their first real test in the second quarter of this game when Jon James was ejected after receiving his second technical foul for elbowing. James will have to sit one more game under CIF rules. Willie Montgomery stepped in to lead the Matadors with a game-high 29 points. The Matadors were also outscored 19-6 in the third quarter, but managed to overcome both and win by 8. Kevin Cook and Nathan Harris led the Mariners' charge that cut Bolsa Grande's 49-30 halftime lead to six points. The long-range shooting of Omar Amaral helped keep the Mariners at bay in the fourth quarter. Amaral and Kevin Pham scored 13 points for the Matadors. Pacifica (4-11 1-1) was led Joel Bruck, who scored 16 points.
La Quinta 86, Santiago 72-- Matt Blanchard made eight three-pointers and finished with 36 points as the visiting Aztecs (6-10, 2-0) beat the Cavaliers (1-14, 0-2). La Quinta's Renee Sanchez had 13 assists. Spike Soriano led Santiago with 20 points, and Tyrone Kendrick scored 15.
Los Amigos 55, Garden Grove 39--Peter Vu scored 16 points and was 10 for 12 from the free-throw to lead the visiting Lobos (6-10, 2-0) over the Argonauts (2-12, 0-2). Jackson Nanthavong added 13 points for Los Amigos. Paul Guzman paced the Argonauts with 14 points.
Littlerock 67, Quartz Hill 64--Gene Myvett of Littlerock High stepped to the free throw line. The Lobos held a one-point lead with 20 seconds left, but he missed both free throws. With eight seconds left, he had another chance. Same score, same situation. This time he made both. The Littlerock senior finished with 31 points, none of them more important than the final two, which capped a 67-64 victory over Quartz Hill in a Golden League opener Friday night at Littlerock. Quartz Hill, forced to shoot a three-pointer in order to tie, had one final chance, but Anthony Johnson missed with four seconds left. Other than the missed free throws, Myvett looked good in almost every way. Myvett scored 18 points in the first half, including a reverse dunk after a Quartz Hill turnover to give the Lobos (12-5) a 35-27 lead at halftime. Myvett did not score in the third quarter, missing both of his shots, but answered with 13 points in the fourth quarter. Quartz Hill (10-6), defending league champion, trailed 50-42 on a three-pointer by Myvett a minute into the fourth quarter. But the Rebels closed to within 55-54 on a short jumper by Jared Corpening with four minutes left. Littlerock, however, had the look of a champion at the finish, with Myvett scoring six points in transition during a 45-second span that started with 3:20 left. Johnson scored 16 points and Corpening added 15 for Quartz Hill, which endured its second consecutive game of poor shooting. Against Littlerock, the Rebels made 28 of 75 shots (37.3%). Brandon White scored 12 points and sophomore Frank Robinson added 11 for Littlerock, which made 27 of 61 shots (44.3%). They each finished with 12 rebounds for Littlerock, though Dale cited that the Lobos need to improve their defensive rebounding when the teams meet again Jan. 28 at Quartz Hill.
Palmdale 64, Highland 60 -- details were not available
Lancaster 53, Antelope Valley 38--details were not available
Golden West League
Ocean View 51, Santa Ana 42--Marques Crane scored 16 points as the Seahawks pulled away from the host Saints (5-10, 0-1) in the final minutes.
Saddleback 48, Tustin 46--Julian Gonzalez made two free throws with 20 seconds left to win it for visiting Saddleback (3-13, 1-1). Manuel Pedroza led the Roadrunners with 14 points.
No league games were scheduled Friday
High Desert League
No games were scheduled Friday
Trona @ Owens Valley--score not reported
Imperial Valley League
No league games played Friday (see non-league scores)
No games were scheduled Friday
No league games played Friday (see non-league scores)
Providence 65, Avalon 42--
Los Padres League
St. Joseph 53, Santa Ynez 47--Casey Miranda scored a game-high 20 points, Dustin Kelly added 14 and Jeff Gross hit the go-ahead bucket as the host Knights won the Los Padres League opener. Matt McKinney had 17 points and scored all 10 of Santa Ynez's points in the fourth quarter. Mike Wooten added 11 points for the Pirates. SANTA YNEZ -- Jones 3, Wooten 11, McKinney 17, Dreher 8, Alegria 8. Totals: 19 9-15 47. ST. JOSEPH -- Kelly 14, Miranda 20, Smith 9, Pierce 3, Gross 7. Totals: 17 14-22 53. Santa Ynez . . . 16 10 11 10 -- 47 St. Joseph . . . 14 12 10 17-- 53. St. Joseph is 3-12 overall, the Pirates are 5-11 overall.
Cabrillo 53, Morro Bay 52--Cabrillo's David Drake sank one-of-two at the line with three seconds left to bring things to their final pass, leaving the Conquistadores and their faithful to breathe a big sigh of relief. After taking a 22-15 lead out of the first quarter that was higlighted by two right-side-and-rollin' slams from Franklin Coleman, the Conqs found the hoop about as often as old Mother Hubbard when she went to the cupboard to get her poor dog a three-pointer. Luckily, Morro Bay was equally off-the-mark. CHS held a 32-25 lead at the half. But when Pirate power forward Rod Weston got on his pogo stick for six points late in the third, the Mobrobuvrians (cousins of the Brobdignagians) cut the deficit to 43-41. Then Morro Bay's Kevin Dearden made the first hoop in the fourth and it was tied. Cabrillo bubbled back out to a four-point lead and held that margin for most of the fourth. But Morro Bay picked up a couple of buckets in the last minue, one off the offense, the other to tie at 52-52 off a steal and layup from Nick Humphrey. Cabrillo came the other way quickly, Drake driving the right side and getting fouled hard for his trouble. He missed the first freebie, sank the second and the crowd got loud as a length-of-the-court Pirate pass went awry. For the game, Omar Robinson had 19, Marcus Jenkins 12 to lead Cabrillo. Dearden had 18, Bryan Wunsch 13 for Morro Bay. The Conqs improved to 10-5 as the Pirates fell to 6-8. Cabrillo hosts Paso Robles Wednesday. Varsity tipoff is 7:30.
Paso Robles 52, Atascadero 46-- J.R. Webb had 15 points in the second half to help Paso Robles rally to beat Atascadero 52-46 in a Los Padres League opener in Gil Asa Gym.Paso Robles, held to 17 points over the first half, scored 17 and 18 in the final two quarters. The Bearcats, 5-9 overall, snapped a two-game losing streak.Atascadero led for much of the second half, including holding a 10-point lead in the third quarter. But after leading 42-34 early in the fourth quarter, the Greyhounds gave up 13 unanswered points.Paso Robles tied the game, 42-42, when Atascaderos Trevor Nelson was called for setting an illegal screen and Andre Nickelson made one of two free throws. The Bearcats went ahead on a put-back basket by Brian Baugh.Paso Robles was without three players Ellizah Adams, Nathan Anguiano and Jermain Williams. Adams, with a bad knee, and Williams, with burns on his hands, may not play again this season. Baugh had 11 points and seven rebounds for Paso Robles, while Riley Prickett had 15 points and eight rebounds for Atascadero. The Greyhounds Danny Sanchez added 11 points. Atascadero is 3-10 and a loser of nine of its last 10 games. On Wednesday, Atascadero is at Santa Ynez and Paso Robles is at Cabrillo.
Newbury Park 63, Westlake 62 (OT)--Rudy Flores sank a
free throw with two seconds left to lead Newbury Park (8-5, 2-0)
Royal 60, Agoura 59--Adam Segal tossed in 21 points
to lift Royal in the Marmonte League opener at Agoura (2-13, 0-2).
Thousand Oaks 78, Moorpark 58--Kyle Kegley nailed
seven 3-pointers and matched a season high with 32 points in
Charter Oak 66, Los Altos 61
Diamond Ranch 80, Hacienda Heights Wilson 78--DIAMOND RANCH (80) Coombs 16, Williams 25, Ubom 5, Laurie 2, Davis 5, Knott 27. WILSON (78) Espinolie 13, Rocinga 14, Royster 14, Griffin 6, Avellanada 2, Richards 3, DeGiarorro 17, Cheng 9. Diamond Ranch 12 23 18 27 -- 80 Wilson 16 25 18 9 -- 78 Total fouls: DR 23, W24. Fouled out: (W) Griffin. Technical fouls: none.
Garey 71, Pomona 63--That's when Brandon Hogan hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the third quarter as host Garey rallied for a 71-63 victory over archrival Pomona in the Miramonte League opener for both schools Friday. Garey (11-6 overall, 1-0 league) trailed 38-33 in the third quarter when Hogan (11 points) hit back-to-back 3-pointers to give the Vikings the lead for good 39-38. But Pomona (4-10, 0-1) didn't give in so easily. The Red Devils fell behind by 53-43 in the third quarter (a 20-5 run), but closed to within three (58-55) on Odell Howard's 3-pointer with six minutes to play in the game. But Pomona could get no closer. Brian Ponder led Garey with 19 points and seven rebounds, while Lataurus Parish had 17 points and Justin Horigan had 10 points and eight rebounds. Garey led early in the game, by as many as five points in the second quarter. But the Red Devils rallied from a 30-25 deficit in the final minutes of the second quarter and the beginning of the third with a 13-3 run. Antoine Russ led Pomona with 17 points and nine rebounds, making all nine of this free throw attempts. Lionel Brown added 12 points and Howard had 11 for Pomona. POMONA (63) Howard 11, Holden 7, Smith 8, Brown 12, Russ 17, Verdon 2, Mitchell 2, Madison 2, Schwenke 2. GAREY (71) Hogan 11, Ponder 19, Parish 17, Worthams 3, Horigan 10, Delone 3, Flowers 4, Hill 4. Pomona 12 21 14 16 -- 63 Garey 15 17 21 18 -- 71 Total fouls: P 18, G 21. Fouled out: Holden (P). Technical fouls: Parish (G).
Notre Dame 54, Loyola 52--Cody Pearson had 21 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, and Michael Luderer added 19 points for the Knights (11-4, 1-1), who nearly blew an eight-point fourth-quarter lead in a Mission League game at Loyola. Freshman Omar Wilkes, son of former Laker Jamaal Wilkes, missed a three-point shot at the buzzer for the Cubs. Matt Llewellyn(6'-2" So. SG) was the leading scorer and the only player in double figures for Loyola, with 21 points. Loloya is 5-10 overall and 0-2 in league.
Mission Valley League
Mt. Baldy League
Rancho Cucamonga 102, Alhambra 39--ALTA LOMA (39) Rocco 6, Moore 9, Fleming 4, Yais 1, Bullard 2, Tobbs 4, Johnson 6, Roberts 7. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (102) Gilcrest 5, Ninofranco 5, McDougal 18, Andrew 23, Starks 20, Newton 9, Berry 2, Adams 2, Wollam 6, Taylor 2, Williams 5, Aylor 5. Alta Loma 10 7 9 13 -- 39 Rancho C. 33 21 28 20 -- 102 Total fouls: AL 20, RC 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.
Etiwanda 91, Montclair 51--MONTCLAIR (51) McCorvey 2, Robins 2, Murphy 1, Ellison 4, Holliman 3, Smith 19, Avery 18. ETIWANDA (91) Wright 5, Burrell 10, Gipson 4, Solano 12, Simpson 2, Beck 26, Hollis 10, Robinson 2, Benn 1, Boyd 11, Doud 4, Ross 4. Montclair 14 13 12 12 -- 51 Etiwanda 29 23 23 16 -- 91 Total fouls: E 19, M 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Montclair bench.
Ontario 90, Chaffey 66-- CHAFFEY (66) Faulkner 18, Miranda 9, Kutkowski 7, Lewis 12, Stepney 4, Hunte 12, Sconiers 10, Worthy 2. ONTARIO (90) Moffett 1, Levy 16, Burrell 23, Lawson 2, Mitchell 19, Mack 2, Alhadeff 7, Kinney 8, Thompson 2, Dunn 2, Ringgold 6, Crane 2. Chaffey 11 14 26 15 -- 66 Ontario 21 23 27 19 -- 90 Total fouls: C 11, O 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.
Mountain View League
San Luis Obispo 59, Righetti 56 --San Luis Obispo (6-7, 1-1) scored the first 15 points of the game Friday night. Then Righetti (10-6, 0-2) put together a 23-5 run to gain the upper hand. Finally, Jamie Ritchie and Skylar Feltman buried three-pointers in the final two minutes as Sant Luis Obispo scored 16 of the final 18 points for a 59-56 victory over the Warriors at SLO. The win snapped a three-game San Luis Obispo losing streak. San Luis Obispo led 15-0 with 4:40 to go in the first quarter. But Righetti never panicked and fought its way back into the game behind the outside shooting of its guards and the inside play of Robert Osario. The game was tied 25-25 at halftime and the Warriors continued their rally in the second half, building an 11-point lead at 54-43 with five minutes to play. But Righetti would score just two points in the final 4 minutes, 40 seconds a basket by Ben Easton. Ritchies three-pointer with 2:06 to go trimmed Righettis lead to two points and Feltmans trey from the left baseline with 55 seconds to play put San Luis Obispo on top. Righetti turned the ball over twice and missed two shots in the final minute of play. Schuyler Linneman made seven of 12 floor shots, all from inside, and finished with 19 points to lead all scorers in the game. Feltman finished with 15 points. Righetti was led by Steven Montepeque with 13 points, Sylvester Swain with 12 and Osario with 11. San Luis Obispo built a hefty 46-30 advantage on the boards, led by Grant Linscotts 10 boards, but made just 14 of 29 free throws for 48 percent. Neither team shot well from the floor San Luis Obispo 34 percent and Righetti 42 percent. The SLO Tigers are at Arroyo Grande on Wednesday. The Eagles (13-2, 1-0) had a bye Friday, but played a non-league game against Santa Barbara on Saturday night. .
Lompoc 60, Santa Maria 42 --At Paisola Pavilion, Lompoc improved to 2-0 in the Northern League and 11-5 overall as Santa Maria fell to 0-1, 5-9. Lyndon Conaway had 18, including 12 on four treys, Vernon Ramey 12 including two on a thunder dunk that punctuated a 19-7 fourth quarter, and Quadree Salim also scored 12 for the Braves. Up 11-4 out the first, the Blue and White fell behind 23-22 at the half and trailed by as much as seven in the third quarter before righting the ship. Rodney Johnson had 14 to pace the Saints. Lompoc is at Arroyo Grande Friday, varsity tipoff at 7:30. Lompoc is now 11-5, 2-0, while Santa Maria is 5-9, 0-1.
Mira Costa 64, Hawthorne 52-- Wayne Morris scored 25 oints and Jacob Insler had 17 and 5 stesal to lead the Mustangs (7-7, 1-1) at Hawthorne. IV Wiley finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds for Mira Costa which outsocred Hawthorne 17-10 in the fourth quarter. Hawthorne's Adon Baines led all scorers with 32 oints, including six 3-pointers.
West Torrance 46, Culver City 45-- David Harris tallied 11 points and 14 rebounds as the Warriors (9-5, 2-0) battled back from a 27-17 halftime deficit to win at home. Brandon Devry scored all nine of his points on 3's and Logan Steinhauer contributed 8 points for West.
Leuzinger 78, Beverly Hils 61-- Chaz Foster scored 24 oints and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Olympians (9-4, 2-0) at home. Brandon Conner scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter and Oscar Ortega added 15 for Leuzinger.
Torrance 59, El Segundo 43-- Jeffrey Kalama tallied 22 oints and the Tartars (7-7, 1-1) hit seven 3-pointers to beat the host Eagles(1-1 in league). James Chang contributed 12 points, while Paul Davis added seven for Torrance. J.T. Leitch had a team high 15 points for El Segundo.
Orange Lutheran 74, Brethren Christian 45-- Forward Patrick Salyer scored 17 points and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds, and forward Mike Bristol scored 17 points as Orange Lutheran romped over Brethren Christian, 74-45, Friday night in an Olympic League opener at Orange Lutheran. Jason Whieldon finished with 13 points, far below his 27.9 average. But he made up for his lack of scoring with crisp passing and feisty defense as Orange Lutheran (13-3, 1-0) seized a 21-10 lead after the first quarter and never lost control. Brethren Christian (9-8, 0-1) reduced a deficit that had ballooned to 18 points in the third quarter to 11 on a three-pointer by forward Kyle Painter to open the fourth quarter. The Crusaders would come no closer as the Lancers outscored them, 24-6, the rest of the way. Guard Lee Mamaradlo (team-high 14 points) and his Brethren Christian teammates never seemed to find much of a rhythm. The undersized Crusaders failed to hit their outside shots and were stifled inside by Salyer. Then, in the fourth quarter, Bristol found his touch, scoring 10 of Orange Lutheran's 12 points during one stretch. The game was largely decided on the boards; the Lancers outrebounded the Crusaders, 47-19.
Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 72, Whittier Christian 52--Tony Olivas scored 22 points to lead the visiting Eagles (11-6, 1-0), who held the Heralds (5-12, 0-1) to three points in the first quarter. Joshua Sherman added 21 points and Torin Beeler had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Calvary Chapel. Brethren Christian.
Hoover 64, at Arcadia 63--The Apaches could not overcome Kris Rubio's 30-point performance, as the Tornadoes hung on for their second victory of the season. Arcadia (5-12, 0-1) was paced by Kenny Lien (15 points) and Jay Saulter (13 points).
Muir 73, Crescenta Valley 69
Pasadena 59, Glendale 47--With a successful nonleague behind it, the Pasadena High School boys basketball team tipped off its league schedule on Friday with a road game against Glendale. After taking a 10-point lead at halftime, the Bulldogs kept things going and held on for a 59-47 victory. They improved to 10-5 overall, and 1-0 in the Pacific League. Dino Wilburn tied for game-high scoring honors with 15 points. Josh Duncan scored 13, and Reggie Harmon contributed 12 points. Both Wilburn and Harmon hit 3-pointers.
Pacific Coast League
Laguna Beach 61, Corona del Mar 52--Travis Hanour scored 27 points and Chris Manker had 19 points and 15 rebounds for visiting Laguna Beach (10-6, 1-0). The first quarter saw the lead go back and forth as Alec Hanson of Corona del Mar (12-5, 0-1) hit a three-pointer with 3 seconds left in the first quarter to give the Sea Kings a 17-15 lead. Hanson hit another three-pointer and a jumper to give the Sea Kings their biggest lead at 22-17. With 5 minutes left in the first half, Hanson had half the Sea Kings points but wouldn't score again. In the next four minutes the Artists went on a 15-6 run to go ahead, 32-28, and they never relinquished the lead. In the third quarter, Hanour hit an array of jumpers and driving layups on his way to a game-high 27 points and added six assists. With 44 seconds left, Laguna Beach (10-6, 1-0) held a 57-52 lead and Travis Hanour was sent to the line for a 1-and-1. He missed the free throw, but Manker muscled his way in for the rebound and put the ball back for a 59-52 lead. Manker then rebounded the Sea Kings' next miss and was fouled. Following the advice of assistant coach Clayton Olivier, Manker used a high arc to calmly sink both free throws to seal the victory with 17 seconds left in the game. Kevin Hansen led the Sea Kings with 21 points, three steals and six rebounds. Corona del Mar's Joel Templeton contributed 10 points and eight rebounds.
Costa Mesa 58, Estancia 50-- Rick Hatsushi scored 25 points, including four three-pointers, as the Mustangs (14-4, 1-0) defeated the visiting Eagles (11-6, 0-1)
Pacific View League
Oxnard 67, Channel Islands 32--When Tramaine Murray of Oxnard High rattled in a dunk with five seconds left in a Pacific View League boys' basketball opener against Channel Islands on Friday night, it put an exclamation point on the Yellowjackets' stunning 67-32 victory. Oxnard (13-4) won the inaugural Pacific View title with an 8-0 record last season, but six of those victories--including two against Channel Islands--were tight games. This was supposed to be close, but Oxnard used an 18-2 run in the last 5:40 of the second quarter and a 13-0 run in the first 4:23 of the third to take a 41-13 lead. Forward Manny Berrelleza, averaging 16.9 points, was held scoreless and center Mike Keddington, averaging 10.1, managed just six for Channel Islands. Keddington, a 6-foot-6 senior, did have 15 rebounds, but the Raiders shot a horrific 19.1% (13 of 68 shots). Channel Islands (9-7) made only four of 19 shots in the first quarter, yet the Raiders took an 11-10 lead early in the second quarter when Keddington scored after getting an offensive rebound. Channel Islands made only one of 12 shots and committed four turnovers for the rest of the half. Oxnard made six of 12 shots in that span, including three of five three-pointers. Jason Parker started the Yellowjacket run with a three-pointer from the left side and capped it with a layup on an assist from Ricky Hernandez. Five Yellowjackets scored in between Parker's baskets, including Hernandez, who finished with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Hernandez, a stocky 6-1 senior forward who has been slowed by gimpy ankles, scored 11 of Oxnard's 22 points in the third quarter when the Yellowjackets stretched a 28-13 halftime lead to 50-17. Oxnard's domination was particularly surprising because the Yellowjackets did it without a big offensive game from 6-6 junior center Nicholas Curtis. Curtis, who had 20 points and 20 rebounds in a 74-60 victory over Buena on Wednesday, had nine points to go with his 12 rebounds. Oxnard, which played all 15 of its players, was a modest 10 of 24 in the first half, but made nine of 13 shots in the third quarter. Hernandez got Oxnard's 13-0 run started by scoring a basket on an offensive rebound with 7:17 left in the third quarter. Matthew Merricks capped it on a three-pointer with 4:23 remaining. The Yellowjackets made five of six shots and two of two free throws during the run while committing only one turnover. Merricks had seven points and nine rebounds in the game while point guard Jonathan Davis had seven points and six assists for the Yellowjackets.
Hueneme 62, Camarillo 48--Anthony Camper registered 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead Hueneme (9-1, 1-0) to a 62-48 Pacific View League victory over Camarillo (8-9, 0-1) on Friday night at Camarillo. Eric Watkins of Hueneme scored 15 and Frank Orocio added 13. Camarillo's Ian Caldwell scored 18 and Ryan McCormick netted 14 points.
Chadwick 66, Webb 52-- Peter McCaslin had 19
points eight steals and five rebounds as the host Dolphins (8-5. 1-0) ) won their league
opener. Mike Reich posted 16 pointsfour rebounds and two blocks. We have no
details but we have the box score: WEBB (52) Lee 5, Hatae 12, Cheng 8, Martinsen 7, Day 4,
Rhodes 9, Lo 7. CHADWICK (66) McCaslin 19, Miller 2, Putman 2, Smith 2, Reich 16,
Kussardjian 6, Gleason 8, Barrett 4, Farmer 7. Webb 18 9 8 17 -- 52
Pasadena Poly @ Flintridge Prep-- this game was reschedule for Saturday 1/8/00--See the game results and details for that day.
Rio Hondo League
Blair 56, San Marino 41--The Vikings converted 14 free throws in the fourth quarter and outscored the Titans 22-13 in the final period for the victory. Kenny Edwards led Blair (8-9, 1-0) with 17 points and Darryl Strawberry Jr. had 11. Danny Liu scored 24 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for San Marino (7-8, 0-1).
Monrovia 54, La Canada 52-- Monrovia was led by Daniel Arberry with 15 and Bryant Markson with 13. Monrovia improves to 17-1 overall and 1-0 in league while La Canada drops to 9-8 overall and 0-1 in league. La Canada had only one player in double figures Mark Moore with 11. Scoring by quarters: Monrovia--12 18 13 11--54; La Canada-- 9 17 16 10--52.
San Andreas League
San Gabriel League
Santa Fe League
Sea View League
Sea View League
Woodbridge 70, Laguna Hills 64 (2 OT)--Doug Koeller's three-point shot for Woodbridge with seven seconds left put the game into overtime, and the Warriors' Jon Tilton made a three-pointer to force the second overtime. Danny Lambert led the Warriors (11-7, 1-0) with 20 points, and Nick Homyak scored 19 points for Laguna Hills (10-7, 0-1).
Ayala 62, Nogales 52--Ayala game-- Despite trailing 54-33 midway through the fourth quarter, Nogales raised its game. The Nobles used a 19-5 run to cut its deficit to 59-52, with only 17 seconds left. The chance for a miraculous comeback ended, however, when Ayala hit three consecutive free throws in the final 15 seconds. Nogales' late surge, while not enough to win, scared Ayala head coach Tom Gregory. The Bulldogs played a tenacious man-to-man throughout much of the game. They held Nogales to only three points in the third quarter and six for the first 11 minutes of the second half. During that span, Ayala outscored Nogales, 19-6, to take a 52-32 lead in the fourth quarter. Ayala's aggressive defense forced Nogales to rush bad shots. Ayala forced only seven turnovers in the second half, but its pressure didn't allow Nogales to run its offense effectively. Ayala raced to a 10-2 lead and led, 16-9, at the end of the first period. AYALA (62) Pacana 7, Sterling 10, Lucas 6, McCoy 19, Burke 11, Quinn 9. NOGALES (52) Pagdilao 2, Williams 2, Boyd 6, Chandler 6, Quinine 25, Carson 7, Rogers 2, Miller 2. Ayala 16 17 14 15 -- 62 Nogales 9 17 3 23 -- 52 Total fouls: A 14, N 14. Fouled out: Rogers (N). Technical fouls: none.
Damien 74, Rowland 70--
Diamond Bar 66, West Covina 56--WEST COVINA (56) Barrymon 4, Martin 26, La Bomme 11, Parker 4, De La Torre 5, Brown 6. DIAMOND BAR (66) Frierson 7, Williams 4, Robinson 8, Ford 26, Jecmen 14, Craig 5, Papez 2. West Covina 14 9 14 19 -- 56 Diamond Bar 18 11 19 18 -- 66 Total fouls: WC 18, DB 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.
No league games were played Friday (see non-league scores)
South Coast League
Capistrano Valley 48, San Clemente 44
El Toro 87, Trabuco Hills 70--Christopher Parish scored 23 points and Ashkan Nazeri added 18 for the No. 8 Chargers (13-4, 1-0) as they defeated the visiting Mustangs (4-10, 0-1).
Mission Viejo 50, Dana Hills 46--Jon Shieh made the winning free throws with seven seconds left for Mission Viejo (10-7, 1-0).
Artesia 123, Norwalk 33--
Bellflower 81, La Mirada 52--
Mayfair 80, Glenn 66--
No league games were played Friday (see non-league scores)
No league games were played Friday (see non-league scores)
Los Alamitos 60, Esperanza 46--Jeff Grgas scored 17 points as the No. 3 Griffins (13-2, 1-0) took the league-opener from the host Aztecs (8-9, 0-1).
Marina 61, Edison 51--Dustin Kaatz scored 26 points and had 11 rebounds as the No. 6 Vikings (15-2, 1-0) defeated the visiting Chargers (8-9, 0-1).
Huntington Beach 56, Fountain Valley 54--The Barons tied the score in the last 25 seconds, but Mark Sanders drove the length of the court to score the winning basket with two seconds lef
Valle Vista League
San Dimas 61, South Hills 47--SOUTH HILLS (47) Smith 16, Fortich 3, Johnson 4, Stewart 7, Froid 7, Garcia-Sastre 10. SAN DIMAS (61) Malana 17, Greenlee 16, Ramirez 6, Grundy 11, Barron 1, Ferrera 8, Ingram 2. South Hills 12 2 10 23 -- 47 San Dimas 13 13 22 13 -- 61 Total fouls: SH 18, SD 16. Fouled out: Stewart (SH). Technical fouls: none.
Baldwin Park 71, Sierra Vista 55--Senior guard Steven Reese finished with a team-high 22 points and had 10 rebounds, leading the Baldwin Park High School boys basketball team to a 71-55 victory over host Sierra Vista in Valle Vista League action Friday night. The Braves (6-7, 1-1) outscored the Dons, 42-18, in the first half and never looked backed. Senior Phillip Phung had 10 points and five assists. Sierra Vista's Jimmy Majeau finished with 12 points.
Bonita 42, Northview 39--Bonita improved to 2-0 in the Valle Vista League and 10-4 overall. Northview fell to 1-1 and 5-9. Chris Dean led the Bearcats with 14 points, and Alan Erving patrolled the boards with a game-high 13 rebounds to go along with his eight points. Northview was led by Benny Laws (14 points) and Joseph Mercado (11 points and 10 rebounds). Eric Samudio added 10 points. Bonita's biggest lead of the game was eight points at 30-22 midway through the third quarter, but Northview's tough defense put up enough stops to keep the game close right to the end. Northview also rebounded well, winning the battle of the boards 30-29. It was the first time this season Bonita has been out-rebounded. The game was decided in a frantic final minute. Bonita led, 40-39, but Northview had the ball and Laws, who had already made two 3-pointers in the game, got an open look from beyond the arc with 15 seconds left. Laws' shot, however, was a little long and Bonita's David Musa got the rebound and took off upcourt. He was cut off before he got to the basket, but his pass to Dean went through Dean's hands and set off a wild scramble for the ball. Northview's Jason De La Torre ended up with the ball while lying on the floor. He tried calling timeout but instead was whistled for traveling with just 5.7 seconds remaining. Bonita's Matt Ketterling was fouled immediately after the ball was inbounded, and he made one of two free throws to put the Bearcats up, 42-40. Northview's last real hope to win the game ended when Samudio's pass to Mercado under the basket slipped through Mercado's hands and out of bounds. After a Northview foul, Erving made one of two free throws with 1.5 seconds left to seal it. The Vikings got off to a slow start, getting only one basket -- a 3-pointer by Laws -- in the first quarter. But they trailed only 9-3 at the end of the quarter and managed to cut their deficit to 18-16 at halftime. A 3-pointer by Samudio early in the third gave Northview its first lead of the night at 21-19, but Bonita regained the lead and took a 32-31 advantage into the final quarter. NORTHVIEW (39) Samudio 10, Griffin 2, Laws 14, Mercado 13, DeLaTorre 0. Bonita 9 9 14 10 -- 42 Northview 3 13 13 10 -- 39 Total fouls: B 8, N 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none. 3-pointers BONITA (42) Carr 4, Musa 8, Ketterling 8, Erving 8, Dean 14.
Ganesha 63, Covina 50--GANESHA (63) Click 12, Tyus 4, Knight 14, Ike 6, Romero 20, Eferverha 7. COVINA (50) Avilez 2, Gibbs 2, Ulrich 4, Ndubku 6, Evangelista 17, Vaughn 6, Corruthers 12. Ganesha 19 16 9 19 -- 63 Covina 14 13 16 7 -- 50 Total fouls: G 8, C 10. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls; none.
Bloomington Christian 72, Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 32 --Bloomington Christian outscored Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel (2-3) 30-2 in the third quarter to blow open a Victory League game. Aaron Rollings scored 11 of his team-high 23 points during the quarter. BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (72) -- K.Jordan 6, J.Jordan 8, Stearns 10, Alvarez 4, Stott 6, Pope 11, Ruiz 4, Rollings 23. MORENO VALLEY CALVARY CHAPEL (32) -- Shear 4, Castellano 13, Sainato 13, Aa.Carbajal 0, Ad.Carbajal 0, Gomez 2. Halftime score -- Bloomington Christian 31-12. Three-point goals -- Rollings, Castellano 3, Sainato 2. Total fouls -- Bloomington Christian 9, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.
Desert Christian 60, Ambassador Christian 34-- Tim Smith scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian (8-5) won its Victory League opener. Smith scored eight points in the first quarter, when the Conquerors built an 18-4 lead. Andrew Battrud had 15 rebounds for Desert Christian. DESERT CHRISTIAN (60) -- Smith 22, Kim 18, Brattrud 8, Raley 5, Houser 4, Santana 3. AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN (34) -- Peck 17, Akingbemi 11, Madrigal 5, Harper 1, Pine 0. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 30-18. Three-point goals -- Kim 3, Raley, Peck, Madrigal. Total fouls -- Desert Christian 13, Ambassador Christian 15. Fouled out -- none.
Bermuda Dunes Bethel Christian 67, Baptist Christian 65--Dante McKay's driving layup with two seconds left lifted Bethel Christian to a 67-65 victory over Baptist Christian Friday in the Victory League opener for both teams. Baptist Christian, looking for its first win of the season, led by 19 points in the first half before Bethel Christian, behind the shooting of Sean Wilson, rallied to close the gap to 10 at the half and eventually take the lead with three minutes left in the third. The Kings, 9-5, 1-0 in league, controlled the game for most of the second half with a pressing defense. The Warriors, 0-7, 0-1, got back in the game with a 14-0 run and took the lead on Adam Van Peursem's basket. Wilson, who finished a game-high 25 points, knotted the score with a driving leaner. A turnover with 10 seconds left gave the ball back to the Kings, setting up McKay's game-winner. BETHEL CHRISTIAN (67) - Witt 11, Wilson 25, Wandel 2, McKay 15, Neiliger 12, Santos 2. BAPTIST CHRISTIAN (65) - Van Peursem 18, Acton 9, Boss 12, D'Agosta 5, Carlson 9, Cansdale 7, Fedchuk 7. Halftime score - Baptist Christian 37-27. Three-point goals - Wilson 3, McKay, Acton, Boss, D'Agosta, Cansdale, Fedchuk. Total fouls - Bethel Christian 21, Baptist 15. Fouled out - none. Technical fouls - Witt, Baptist Christian bench.
West LA Baptist 64, Highland Hall 37
West Valley Christian 63, Hillcrest Christian 50 --Phil Siren scored 21 points for West Valley Christian (5-4, 1-2). Hillcrest Christian (3-8, 1-1) had 14 points and 11 rebounds from Kyle Jansen. Tom Logan had 13 points and 15 rebounds.
|Southern Section Non-League Games|
Azusa 49, Mt. View 34--Jornal Miller scored 14 points, Eddie Myricks had 12 and the Aztecs got themselves back to .500. Azusa, which scored two points in the first quarter, built a 15-14 lead by halftime. The Aztecs made their big push in the third, when they outscored the Vikings, 17-8.
Beaumont 74, Banning 71--Tory Cohn scored 18 points in the first half and Jackson Wood added 18 in the second half as Beaumont defeated host Banning, 74-71, Friday in each team's final non-league game. Cohn finished with 26 points and Wood scored 30, and the Cougars (12-4) needed all of those points when Banning mounted a fourth-quarter rally. Geno Randle hit three three-pointers and scored 15 points in the fourth quarter as Banning outscored Beaumont 28-19 down the stretch. Adam West shifted to point guard to replace his injured twin brother, Aaron. Cohn grabbed 16 rebounds and Wood sank 16 of 19 free throw attempts. Mike Davis led Banning with 22 points. BEAUMONT (74) -- Ad.Stephens 7, Wood 30, Cohn 26, Hackney 2, Olvera 9. BANNING (71) -- Randle 26, Malone 11, Davis 22, Williams 2, Allen 2, Harris 8. Halftime score -- Beaumont 37-33. Three-point goals -- Aa.Stephens, Randle 3, Davis. Total fouls -- Beaumont 18, Banning 23. Fouled out -- Malone. Technical fouls -- None.
Big Bear 42, Granite Hils 24
Brea Olinda 70, Gahr 62--Landon Lewis scored 15 points to lead the No. 10 Wildcats (11-5) past the visiting Gladiators (12-4). Ryan Wilbur scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds for Brea while Ryan Moore added 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Buena 55, Rio Mesa 54--David Kanongata'a scored with six second remaining, but the Spartans couldn't score again in a nonleague game at Buena. Kanongata'a finished with 17 points. Robbie Blanks had 12 points and five steals for Buena (5-12).
Cathedral City 58, Southwest 46-- Cathedral City outscored El Centro Southwest 25-13 in the fourth quarter to win a non-league game which had been tied (33-33) after three periods. Cathedral City (13-4) was called for only eight fouls in a game that was a little too polite for Cathedral City assistant coach Neil McElroy. "There weren't even any mouthy fans. Everybody just kind of sat there, including the players," McElroy said. In the third quarter Cathedral City outscored Southwest, 6-4. "It was ugly," McElroy said. SOUTHWEST (46) -- Sanchez 4, Espinoza 7, Wimberly 0, Shelton 11, Becerra 22, Hale 2. CATHEDRAL CITY (58) -- Ochoa 6, Smith 0, Heredia 12, Shewmake 4, DeVance 24, Lambert 2, Gray 4, Torres 6. Halftime score -- Southwest 29-27. Three-point goals -- Shelton, Espinoza, Sanchez, DeVance 2. Total fouls -- Southwest 17, Cathedral City 8. Fouled out -- none.
Corona Centennial 67, Murrieta Valley 48--Murrieta Valley (9-7) played a close first half against Corona Centennial, but Centennial (13-2) outscored the Nighthawks 26-6 in the third quarter to win a non-league game. At the half, the Huskies held a 27-25 lead. But Jamaal Williams scored 10 of his game-high 23 points in the third quarter as the lead widened. Williams had nine rebounds. David Sybesma added 16 points and eight rebounds and Stephon Seales had seven assists for the Huskies. MURRIETA VALLEY (48) -- Richardson 15, Brown 6, Rider 4, Campbell 9, Bandel 10, Yarid 2, Linsley 2. CENTENNIAL (67) -- Seales 3, Sybesma 16, Reese 13, J.Williams 23, B.Williams 2, Gonzales 8, Smith 2. Halftime score -- Centennial 27-25. Three-point goals -- Richardson, Reese. Total fouls -- Murrieta Valley 13, Centennial 19. Fouled out -- none.
Duarte 57, Rosemead 45--Will Cooper led the Falcons with 16 points, and teammate Matt Carter contributed six points, eight rebounds and four steals.
Eisenhower 85, North 62--Rialto Eisenhower recorded its 16th consecutive victory, after losing its first game of the year to Corona Centennial, with a blowout of Riverside North. Eisenhower's Alex Acker matched the entire North team in scoring in the first quarter, as he had 13 points, and finished with 20 overall. EISENHOWER (85) -- Acker 20, Sams 11, James 4, Jackson 7, Bush 17, A. Rouzan 10, Hart 2, Dakes 2, S. Marshall 2, Wilson 4, T. Marshall 2, Hill 4. NORTH (62) -- Burnett 16, Jones 14, McCloud 2, Wynn 9, Anderson 7, Wise 5, Scott 2, Dixon 6, Washington 2, Bryant 2. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 45-32. Three-point goals -- Acker 4, Jackson, Burnett 2, Jones 2. Total fouls -- Eisenhower 15, North 19. Fouled out -- none.
Elsinore 65, Corona 52
Faith Baptist 61, Calabasas 53
Fillmore 68, Laguna Blanca 61--The Owls suffered another fourth-quarter breakdown, getting outscored 25-14, in losing a nonleague game at Fillmore. Laguna Blanca fell to 6-5. Trevor Scott led the Owls with 26 points, hitting six 3-pointers. Riggio also cited Josh Ferguson and Eric Geeb. The Owls return home today to host Cuyama Valley. LAGUNA BLANCA-- Ferguson 13, Scott 26, Geeb 9, Wicks 3, Vidor 6, McAdams 3, Kaufman 1. Totals 22 7-11 61. FILLMORE-- Chad 6, Jorge 19, Luis 7, Guhn 13, Ferrer 9, Hernandez 5, Murillo 9. Totals 26 9-18 68. Laguna Blanca . . . 10 16 21 14--61 Fillmore . . . 12 12 19 25--68 3-point goals-- LB 10 (Scott 6, Ferguson 3, Geeb), F 6 (Guhn 3, Ferrer 2, Hernandez). Fouled out-- none.
Grace Brethren 72, Santa Clarita Christian 44--Ryan Shaffer and Robert Serra had 21 points each for Grace Brethren (8-5) at home. Serra also had six steals and six assists. Grace Brethren had 36 points in the first quarter.
Immanuel Christian 62, Cornerstone Christian 43-- Gregg Walker scored a game-high 21 points, but Cornerstone Christian (2-9) never recovered from an early 14-2 deficit. Anthony Brown of Ridgrecrest's Immanuel Christian (3-4) scored 16 points.
La Puente 58, El Monte 39--Sophomore Conrad Olivera had a team-high 21 points and seven rebounds in the Warriors' victory. Senior Robert Bufanda scored 12 points and grabbed a team-high 13 rebounds.
Pacific 91, Fontana 77--Senior Michael Hall scored a career-best 40 points and the Pirates overcame 38 turnovers to knock off Fontana 91-77 in the Steelers' first home game of the season. Fontana (10-5) was almost as sloppy, committing 30 turnovers. Also, 39 fouls were called in the game. Three players fouled out. The Pirates (14-2), who never trailed, jumped out 11-0 lead, the first nine points scored by Hall, who opened the game with two of his six three-pointers and had two slam-dunks in the second half. Fontana opened the second quarter with a 10-2 run to cut its deficit to 27-26, but Pacific answered with an 8-0 spurt to close the half and scored the first four points of the second half. Fontana went six minutes and 45 seconds without scoring during that span and never pulled closer than nine points. Senior Will Kimble had 17 points, 13 rebounds and six blocked shots and senior Chris Smith compiled 16 points, seven assists and four steals for Pacific. Senior Michael Stephenson led Fontana with 20 points while senior Jordan Walker and sophomore Cory McJimson scored 12 points apiece. PACIFIC (91) -- Smith 16, Jury 7, Kimble 17, Hall 40, Adams 3, Kinser 3, Burrell 2, Cole 3. FONTANA (77) -- Washington 8, Walker 12, Williams 4, Nelson 2, Stephenson 20, Mancha 2, McJimson 12, Okebor 5, Perry 1, Gallardo 4, Strickland 2, Johnson 5. Halftime score -- Pacific 35-26. Three-point goals -- Hall 6, Washington, Walker 2, Stephenson 3, McJimson 2, Johnson. Total fouls -- Pacific 19, Fontana 20. Fouled out -- Jury, Nelson, Williams. Technical fouls -- Jury.
Paloma Valley 80, Rubidoux 77--Ricky Moore scored 50 points as the Wildcats defeated Rubidoux in a non-league game. Moore missed the start of the season as the Wildcats football team advanced to the CIF Division 5 title game. Moore dominated the second half. He scored 40 points after halftime, compared to just 10 for the rest of the team. He sank three three-pointers and nine of 10 free throw attempts. After a third-quarter fight in which two Wildcats and three Falcons players were ejected, Paloma Valley had only five players available, so Moore had to keep playing. RUBIDOUX (77) -- Owens 9, Walker 13, Murcio 29, Stephens 2, Hervey 9, Williams 8, Anderson 2, Green 5. PALOMA VALLEY (80) -- Alvarez 9, Brown 8, Bradeen 5, Moore 50, Mejia 2, Schroeder 6. Halftime score -- Rubidoux 32-30. Three-point goals -- Murdio 5, Moore 4. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 15, Rubidoux 17. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.
Rancho Verde 64, Norco 57 --J.S. Nash scored a game-high 34 points, including 22 in the second half, to help Moreno Valley Rancho Verde defeat visiting Norco. Rancho Verde trailed by as much 15 in the third quarter. NORCO (57) -- Norman 21, Combs 1, Reyes 8, Valenzuela 8, Burghgraef 13, Jones 2, Loop 2, Chastain 2. RANCHO VERDE (64) -- Morgan 4, Nash 34, Gayton 4, Singfield 5, Brown 4, Walker 2, Shaw 5, Clark 3, Robinson 3. Halftime score -- Norco 32-27. Three-point goals -- Norman, Reyes 2, Shaw, Nash 5. Total fouls -- Norco 17, Rancho Verde 21. Fouled out -- Reyes. Technical fouls -- Walker (hanging on rim), Singfield (hanging on rim).
Redlands 87, Cajon 79--Danny Genung scored 40 points as Redlands shot 84 percent (21-25) from the field in the second half to erase a seven-point halftime deficit in the second half and defeat San Bernardino Cajon in a non-league game. Genung led the second-half comeback, scoring 30 points in the half on 11-of-12 shooting. Alex Graham added 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists for the Terriers (8-8). Paul Roby (28 points) and Blake Walker (24 points) led Cajon. CAJON (79) -- Griffen 7, Norman 10, Roby 28, Walker 24, Payne 5, Harris 5. REDLANDS (87) -- Genung 40, Roberts 4, Graham 16, Hall 5, Pyatt 7, Kariem 15. Halftime score -- Cajon 41-34. Three-point goals -- Griffen, Roby 2, Genung, Roberts, Pyatt, Kariem 3. Total fouls -- Cajon 20, Redlands 18. Fouled out -- Griffen, Hall. Technical fouls -- Griffen.
Rialto 81, Perris 54
Rim of the World 90, San Bernardino 74-- Lacey Copeland scored 24 points but it was not enough as San Bernardino (8-8) fell to Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World in a non-league game. Mike George scored a game-high 29 points for Rim of the World (5-11) while Scott Criswell added 13 points and nine rebounds. SAN BERNARDINO (74) -- Miller 0, Copeland 24, Mixon 6, Stotts 7, Terrel 7, Nonnehe 5, Schriner 4, Grigsby 5, Palomore 7, Stokes 8, Huerta 1 RIM OF THE WORLD (90) -- George 29, Criswell 13, Jurado 14, Urbina 13, Van Patten 4, Dougherty 11, Henderson 4, Shingler 2 Halftime score -- Rim of the World 36-34. Three-point goals -- Copeland 5, George 2, Dougherty, Jurado, Urbina . Total fouls -- San Bernardino 24, Rim of the World 19.
San Gabriel 49, at Gabrielino 40--Martin Del Toro scored a game-high 14 points and Michael Ashton had 11 for the Matadors (8-8). Kevin Sanchez and Hayat Lim scored 10 points apiece for the Eagles (8-8). San Gabriel opens up Almont League action on Tuesday against visiting Bell Gardens at 7 p.m.
San Gorgonio 56, AB Miller 53
Santiago 68, Ramona 53
St. Bonaventure 64, Thacher 37--Chris Saunders had 14
points and Michael Perez added 12 for St. Bonaventure
(11-2) at home. Mike Spargo scored 11 points. Wade DeSmidt had 10 rebounds and four points for St. Bonaventure. Raul Zermeno had five steals.
St. John Bosco 67, Arroyo 45
St. Paul 64, University Irvine 61
Temecula Valley 68, Hemet 61--The Hemet Bulldogs erased a 16-point deficit but were unable to come all the way back in a 68-61 loss to the Temecula Valley Bears Friday. A Dan Christiansen layup tied the score at 55-55 with three minutes to go but Temecula scored the next seven points to build its lead again. Hemet's Andy Day tried to bring the team back with consecutive three pointers inside the one minute mark but it was too late. Matt Martinez and Day had identical numbers each scoring 18 points with four three-pointers. Christiansen added 14 points and 11 rebounds while Jashon Rees (5), Brandon Graham (4) and Sterling Crane (2) rounded out the scoring. Hemet committed 21 turnovers in the game. The team will open Sunkist League play Wednesday at Ramona High School.
Temescal Canyon 63, West Valley 40
Twentynine Palms 77, Yucca Valley 42-- Senior center Vili Morton scored 30 points and grabbed 19 rebounds as Twentynine Palms routed visiting Yucca Valley in a non-league game. Bobby Phillips added 14 points for the Wildcats (10-4).YUCCA VALLEY (42) -- Hughes 4, Phillips 3, Hettig 2, Goodia 12, Reaver 1, Goza 2, Simmons 4, Blower 1, Zizcara 9, Sloan 4. TWENTYNINE PALMS (77) -- Bernard 3, Phillips 14, Morton 30, Freshour 5, Stratton 5, Hester 7, Miller 6, Robinson 4, Risper 1, Randle 2. Halftime score -- Twentynine Palms 39-20. Three-point goals -- Phillips 2, Goodia, Zizcara. Total fouls -- Yucca Valley 18, Twentynine Palms 17. Fouled out -- Simmons.
Village Christian 50, Oak Park 47
Workman 83, South El Monte 43--The Lobos combined for seven 3-pointers in their final test before Montview League play starts. Freddy Lemus kept rolling with 23 points; Deon Donaldson and Anthony Silva scored 11 and 10 points, respectively. Workman (10-3) led by 10 points after the first quarter and then outscored the Eagles, 24-4, in the second quarter to put the game out of reach.
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