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Recap: Scores & Details From
1/08/00 Saturday Games --(Jan. 9, 2000)
There were a more than a handful of games played yesterday, including some that had been scheduled for Friday according to the CIF Media Guide & Schedule, but which must have been moved. . . or just reported late by the papers, so we didn't find out about some of them until we opened the papers this morning. . . Like Marshall v. Downey, Campbell Hall v. Pacific Hills, Flintridge Prep v. Pasadena Poly, Cathedral v. Bell Jeff, etc. Here are the scores, and the details of each of the games we know about for Saturday January 8. (And were we got late scores from Friday, we've gone back into the Friday recaps for scores or the Friday game details and filled them in, so you might want to check again there, if there's a game score or details you didn't see earlier). for Saturday, we've listed the scores on the top portion of the page, and the details below. Enjoy. And all you SCIBCA pollsters out there, let us know if you need anything specific between now and late Monday, and we'll try to help out. . .
|City Section League Game Scores|
There were no league games played Saturday, January 8, 2000
|City Section Non-League Game Scores|
Compton 89, Los Angeles Jordan 61 (intersectional)
Third Place Game
Wilmington Banning 84, LACES 73
Hamilton 74, University 67
MVP Kevin Ficks, Hamilton
Leading scorer--Jackson (Banning) 33 points
|Southern Section League Game Scores|
Redondo Union 63, Compton Centennial 56
Cate 71, Ventura County Christian 27
Campbell Hall 64, Pacific Hills 57
Rolling Hills Prep 67, La Verne Lutheran 53
Heritage Christian 65, Pioneer Baptist 59
Providence 69, Avalon 45
Windward 50, Oakwood 45
Yeshiva 72, Viewpoint 44
Boys Republic 50, Riverside Christian 46
Christian Center 62, Upland Christian 61
Calvary Chapel Murrieta Valley 63, Calvary Chapel Redlands 44
Harvard Westlake 78, Avalon 76
Flintridge Prep 43, Pasadena Poly 40
Santa Fe League
Bell Jeff 68, Cathedral 58
|Southern Section Non-League Game Scores|
Aquinas 68, Boron 54
Bishop Montgomery 70, Ontario 59
|City Section Non.-League Game Details|
Wilmington Banning 84, LACES 73-- Banning picked up third place in the Hamilton Tournament, an all-City Section non-league competition played this past week which concluded Saturday at Hamilton High School in West LA. Point guard Jerry Jackson, coming off a 42 point performance on Friday, scored a game high 33 points with six assists to lead the Banning basketball team to the third place win over LACES. The Pilots (6-8) trailed 41-35 at the half, but took control in the third quarter, outscoring LACES 29-14. Alberto Aguirre finished with 24 points for Banning in the game.
|Southern Section Non.-League Game Details|
Redondo Union 63, Compton Centennial 56--This one was played as a part of the Spot Up Classic at Compton City College yesterday. According to the Long Beach Press-Telegram, here's what Ellis Myles (6'-7" Sr. PF) had to say after the game: "We had them beat. We came from behind at halftime to take the lead starting the fourth quarter. The reserves came in and they let the game slip away. I know they play hard, but when they come in, they can't come in nervous because when they do, they turn the ball over and we don't get good looks at the basket. I didn't even play well at the end. I had some layups that I should have finished easily but I messed them. It's just frustrating knowing you should have won but you didn't." Wow. We haven't been able to get Ellis to talk that much after a game the three years we've known him, but then he must have been pretty pumped up still after the game. Even if his team didn't win, Ellis is a very articulate young man, one of the best unsigned prospects in the senior class among big men, and he's already a qualifier, so he should be getting substantial attention from more schools as we get closer to the spring signing. He's already had UConn looking at him at the Best in the West, has San Diego State still on him, and there are lots more to come. . . but we digress. In the game, after trailing 30-26, Centennial (9-6) came out hot to start the second half, and they scored the first 8 points behind Myles and Jamaal Barnes, who scored six consecutive points in the third early on. Compton Centennial took a 44-42 lead into the fourth quarter, and that's where the wheels came off. Compton missed it's first four shots and behind the play of Andrew Zahn and Dijon Thompson, the Seahawks (12-2) went on a 16-4 run to take the lead at 58-48 with just about 2 minutes remaining. Zahn finished with 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Thompson scored 16. Interestingly, the Daily Breeze's account of the game notes that Dijon Thompson didn't play last week in the upset by Peninsula in the league opener, and had we known that it would certainly have changed our view a bit. . . not to take anything away from Peninsula, but when a team is missing a guy who consistently goes out and scores 15-20 points a game, and he's a starter, and he's the guy who's been playing point guard for the team. . . well. . . Scoring by a quarters: Redondo--11 19 12 21--63; Compton Centennial--16 10 18 12-56; Compton Centennial scoring: Myles 22, Blackston 6, Coleman 6, Alvarez 4, Barnes 16, Byrd 2. Redondo Union scoring: Mathis 2, Mollins 11, Thompson 16, White 8, Andrew Zahn 21, Adam Zahn 5.
Cate 71, Ventura County Christian 27--Charlie Widdoes scored 14 points as Cate routed visiting Ventura County Christian in a Condor League game. The Rams improved to 5-2 overall, 1-0 in league. VENTURA CC -- Chacon 8, Abraham 7, Arthur 2, Gonzales 5, Vierra 5. Totals 13 8-15 27. CATE -- Barton 8, Mack 8, Rives 11, Raysor 4, Nagano 8, Carradine 8, Ping 4, Altman 6, Widdoes 14. Totals 30 8-13 71. Ventura CC . . . 0 10 6 11--27 Cate . . . 14 22 16 19--71 3-point goals--VCC (Chacon, Gonzales, Vierra), C 3 (Altman 2, Widdoes 1). Fouled out--none. record 5-2, 1-0 Condor
Campbell Hall 64, Pacific Hills 57--Hassan Bassiri had 20 points and Jesse Foster added another 10 and 12 rebounds for the Vikings (12-5, 1-0) in the Delphic League opener played on Pacific Hills' "home court" at Daniel Murphy High located in Hollywood. Bassiri also dished out 7 assists. Robert Locke had 7 points and 10 assists, while Aaron Klipsten had 7, Womack 4. For Pacific Hills, the scorers were Amani Daanish with 15 to lead the Bruins, Whitz 6, Denbok 2, Joshua 11, Kyles 12, Hill 4. Scoring by quarters: Campbell Hall 15 12 21 16--64; Pacific Hills 11 21 15 10--57.
Heritage Christian 65, Pioneer Baptist 59--Matt Winter had 23 points and seven rebounds to go along with 6 assists as the Patriots (12-4, 3-0) jumped out to the win over Pioneer Baptist (8-4, 1-2), and managed to make up an 8-17 deficit in the first quarter. Others scoring for Heritage were Meyer 15, Warner 4, Grier 15, and Williams 8. Pioneer Baptist was led by Dixon 21, Daniels 7, Br. Cwierz 13, By. Cwierz 6, and Lysik 12. Heritage trailed early by 9 at the end of the first, but then managed to tie the game by outscoring Pioneer 25-16 in the second quarter. The teams played to a head head again in the third, 14-14, but Heritage managed just a couple more shots, to outscore Pioneer 18-12 in the fourth and decisive quarter. Heritage shot 9 three pointers in the game, including 5 by Winter. Pioneer had 6 threes in the game. Scoring by quarters: Heritage Christian: 8 25 14 18--65; Pioneer Baptist 17 16 14 12--59.
Rolling Hills Prep 67, La Verne Lutheran 53--Michah Douglass scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds, and Brett Danna added another 14 points to pace the Huskies (5-7, 2-1) at home.
Canyon 63, Saugus 61-- We reported this as a Friday night game, and indeed we thought it must have been since it was reported on Saturday evening at the Valencia Signal's own website and the Daily News also says it was a "late Friday" game, but the LA Times Valley Edition insists it was a Saturday night game, so. . . who knows? And it doesn't make much difference, because Friday or Saturday, the outcome is still the same. We've already got an account of this one in our Friday games recap, but here's what the LA Times had in their Valley Edition today (and it's probably infinitely more readable than what the Signal printed anyway, so you might just want to ignore anything we wrote about the game last night and stick with this: "Thomas Kemp made a layup with 35 seconds left to put Canyon High ahead, 59-58, and the host Cowboys hung on for a 63-61 victory over Saugus in a Foothill League boys' basketball opener Saturday night. Tim Tampus' three-point basket with 46 seconds to play put Saugus (11-6) ahead, 58-57. Canyon (9-7) made 10 of 12 free throws. Jeff Grucelski scored a game-high 17 points for Canyon. The loss snapped Saugus' eight-game winning streak."
High Desert League
Vasquez 66, Frazier Mountain 49--Vasquez was led by Darryl Perito with 19 points and 15 rebounds, and Wes Anderson's 14 and 20 boards. Tony Uebelhardt had 10 points and 10 assists as well for Vasquez (3-9, 1-2). Other scoring were Bellamy 4, Myers 7, Jesse Teel 10 and 14 rebounds and 5 blocks for Vasquez. Frazier Mountain ( 0-2 in league) was led by Sanchez with 18 and Stone 13. Others scoring were Simmon 3, Solamono 2, Reyna 7, Hoffman 2, Hallman 4, and Goddard 2.
Windward 50, Oakwood 45--Windward (7-6, 2-1), recovering from their double overtime loss two nights before to Buckley (9-2, 3-0), managed to take advantage of a slow start by Oakwood, and jumped out to a 27-12 first half lead. Oakwood made a run, "winning" the second half of the game, and outscoring Windward 19-13, and 14-10 in the final two quarters, but it wasn't enough to overcome Robert Cane's 20 points for the Wildcats. Oakwood drops to 0-3 in league. Other scorers for Windward were Foley 8, Mann 8, Hirsch 6, Leeb 4, and Sloan 4. For Oakwood, scorers were Howard 13, Mark 12, Musgrave 6, Gastier 5, Gonda 5, Pilch 2, and Noble 2.
Providence 69, Avalon 45--Providence (12-2, 4-0) completed the sweep of Avalon in the second half of the doubleheader played Saturday on the island of Catalina (because of travel constraints, Avalon always plays its two league games against each opponent on back-to-back days; half the games are away games, and half are home, and the teams in the league alternate each year; this year Providence traveled to Catalina, next year the games will both be at Providence. . . just one of the many unusual quirks of the Liberty League). In this game,Providence was led by point guard Shant Bekmezian with 16 points and Kascinta (can't remember whether it's Pierre or Apollo that's playing this year), with 16. Dino Pedraja had 18 for Providence and others scoring were Vaca 4, Carbajal 6 and Jones 5. Avalon (3-10, 0-4) was led by three players with10 points each, Hayden, Marincovich, and Harrell. Scoring by quarters: Providence 14 14 20 21--69, Avalon 11 10 9 15--45.
Yeshiva 72, Viewpoint 44--no details were available.
Boys Republic 50, Riverside Christian 46-- Cecil Sagapolu scored 19 points as visiting Chino Hills Boys' Republic (2-0, 6-5) held off a late Riverside Christian (1-2, 3-4) rally in a Metro League game. It was Riverside Christian's home opener after playing the first six games on the road. James Ayers had 13 for Riverside Christian, and Mario Chavez added 11. BOYS REPUBLIC (50) -- Anderson 5, Sagapolu 19, Manzano 4, Jones 8, Butler 4, Faualo 2, Brown 8. RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (46) -- Je. Ayers 6, Hauk 6, Constant 4, Chavez 11, Klix 6, Ja. Ayers 13. Halftime score -- Boys Republic 29-15. Three-point goals -- Hauk 2, Chavez 2, Kilx 2, Anderson. Total fouls -- Boys Republic 16, Riverside Christian 9. Technical fouls -- Ja.Ayers.
Christian Center 62, Upland Christian 61--Colton Christian Center (2-1, 4-6) led most of the Metro League game, but fell behind in the final 20 seconds until Jason Miles hit two free throws with three seconds to play to secure the victory. Miles had 25 points and six assists; teammate Mario Torres had 18 points, all on three-pointers. CHRISTIAN CENTER (62) -- Miles 25, Legget 8, Livermore 2, Torres 18, Fults 9. UPLAND CHRISTIAN (61) -- Surmi 5, Cromer 8, Armella 5, Roberts 22, Sears 6, Padelford 9, Chiappone 6. Halftime score -- Christian Center 38-31. Three-point goals -- Padelford, Torres 6. Total fouls -- Christian Center 16, Upland Christian 19. Fouled out -- Fults, Sears, Surmi. Technical fouls -- Fults (intentional foul).
Calvary Chapel Murrieta Valley 63, Calvary Chapel Redlands 44--Murrieta Calvary Chapel (2-0, 5-5) outscored Redlands Calvary Chapel 22-14 in the third quarter to overcome a two-point halftime deficit. Ryan Evans led Murrieta Calvary Chapel with 16 points, including hitting 8 of 9 free throws. MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (63) -- Evans 16, Birchall 14, Wilkerson 12, P.Gausepohl 7, Denny 4, Santos 3, Vizcarra 4, Wright 3. REDLANDS CALVARY CHAPEL (44) -- Holz 16, Martinez 9, Trementozzi 10, Davis 4, Cower 5. Halftime score -- Redlands Calvary Chapel 27-25. Three-point goals -- Evans 2, Birchall 2, Martinez 2. Total fouls -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 14, Redlands Calvary Chapel 19. Fouled out -- Holz.
Harvard-Westlake 78, Alemany 76--Harvard-Westlake, ranked No. 4 in the region by The Times, had a 2-1 advantage in 27-point performances in a Mission League game at Alemany. Russell Lakey and Eric Geffner each scored 27 for the Wolverines (11-4, 2-0) and Byron Joseph scored 27 points for the Indians (6-9, 1-1). Lakey had 12 rebounds, 10 assists and six steals, and Geffner grabbed 13 rebounds. Joseph had seven rebounds and three blocked shots. Reny Maynard had 23 points and eight rebounds for Alemany.
Flintridge Prep 43, Pasadena Poly 40-- Flintridge Prep (9-5, 2-0) barely managed to eke out the win over Pasadena Poly, which has won only 1 game this year (1-13). Ben Kroop had 14 points and Strand had 14 as well for Flintridge. Poly was led by Kirk Herald with 20, Duncan 8, Tirell 6, Woodard 2 and Hsu 2, and it looks like there's a "little" Archibong on the roster too, who scored 2 points. Maybe Poly is just in a rebuilding phase? Other's scoring for FP were Young 5, Winters 2, O'Byrne 2, Prickett 2, Valdes 2 and Wakasa 2. Scoring by quarters: Flintridge Prep 10 12 12 9--43; Pasadena Poly 6 15 9 10--40.
Santa Fe League
Bell Jeff 68, Cathedral 58--Bell Jeff (11-4, 1-0) jumped out to a 17-7 first quarter lead which proved to be the margin of victory in this league game against Cathedral (8-9, 0-1). Bell Jeff was led by Casey Markovich's 24 points and 11 rebounds (15 in the first half), while Andy Bunning scored 13 (11 and 10 rebounds in the second half) and had 15 total rebounds. Mike Yildiz scored 10 points and was credited for 8 assists. Others scoring for Bell Jeff were Tyler Kealey with 7, Carlos Arroyo 6, Romel Cabrerra 2, Christian Gopez 2, Chavez 2 and Sanchez 2. Scoring for Cathedral were Ervin Johnson 12, Tea 17, Guevara 13, Hall 3, Vipales 6 and Hernandez 7. Scoring by quarters: Bell Jeff 17 15 12 24; Cathedral: 7 12 18 21 --58.
|Southern Section Non-League Game Details|
Aquinas 68, Boron 54-- This is another of those games that we thought were supposed to have been played Friday, but what the heck. This one was close for most of the way, and the way, except the decisive first quarter in which Aquinas stretched the lead to 18-8; in the second quarter, Boron closed the gap by outscoring Aquinas 20-13, and trailed by just three at the half, 31-28. Aquinas was led by Langdon with 21. Boron (4-9) was led by Davis with 13, the only player in double figures.
Bishop Montgomery 70, Ontario 59-- Errick Craven scored 26 points to lead all scorers in this game, which was played as a part of the Spot Up Classic at Compton City College yesterday. Brian Pruitt had 14, Kenny D'Oyen had 16, Fred Washington 7, and DeVaughn Peace had 2. Derrick Craven evidently didn't score, but he did foul out along with brother Errick. Hey, these guys are identical twins, so it's possible they gave some of Derrick's points to Errick. . . We didn't find any detailed accounts of this game, so it looks like we'll have to go buy the Daily Breeze to find out sorta, kinda what happened. Here's the box from the game. ONTARIO (59) Levy 14, Burrell 25, Rasheed 2, Mitchell 9, Alhadeff 4, Kinney 5. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (70) Pruitt 14, Dodd 4, D'Oyen 16, Peace 2, E. Craven 26, Washington 7. Ontario 11 19 14 15 -- 59 Bishop Mont. 15 15 23 17 -- 70 Total fouls: O 24, BM 26. Fouled out: D. Craven (BM), E. Craven (BM). Technical fouls: none.
Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 56, Cornerstone Christian 39--Nick Sainto scored a game-high 23 points and Mike Castellano added 10 as Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel (3-3) defeated Wildomar Cornerstone Christian in a non-league game. CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN (39) -- Risclen 2, Trethway 5, J.Paul 8, C.Paul 18, Pattison4, Scheeley 2. MORENO VALLEY CALVARY CHAPEL (56) -- Shear 8, Castellano 10, Sainto 23, Gomez 2, Ad.Carbajal 9, Aa.Carbajal 2, Johnson 2. Halftime score -- Calvary Chapel 34-20. Three-point goals -- none. Total fouls -- Calvary Chapel 11, Cornerstone Christian 12.
Compton 89, LA Jordan 61-- Senior guard Robert Regan led all scorers with 21 points and David Dixon had 16 as the Tarbabes had no problems defeating the Bulldogs in the second game of the day at the Spot Up Classic at Compton City College. Compton, which imp9roved to 9-3 with the win, took an 8 point lead into the second quarter and a 17 point lead at the half. After LA Jordan cut the Tarbabes' lead down to 15 to start the fourth quarter, Compton put the game away for good by going on an 8-0 run. Jonathan Davis and Darren Foster also had 15 points each for Compton. Tyrone Riley was held to just 10 points; Johnson had 18, Corbin 12 and Hooper 11 for LA Jordan. Scoring by quarters: LA Jordan 12 19 13 17--61, Compton-- 20 28 11 30--89. Others scoring for Compton were Morgan 2, Williams 6, and Bradley 2.
Costa Mesa 85, Western 69--Nate Jones scored 24 of his 31 points in the first half to lead the host Mustangs (15-4) over the Pioneers (6-8).
Desert Christian 101, Trona 45--Desert Christian (8-0) walloped Trona in this non league game, and had five players in double figures including Bryan Waugh with 26, Mike Feears 16 and 6 assists, Phillip Parker 21 and 15 rebounds, Phillip Seston 18, Tommy Pickens 12 and 8 rebounds, and two others, Downie 7, and Nelson 4 who scored in the game. This was not a blowout at the end of the first quarter, and DC led by only 7, 25-18. But in the second quarter, the wheels came off for Trona, as DC charged out to a 55-26 halftime lead on the strength of a 30-8 second quarter run. In the final two periods, Desert outscored Trona 23-12 in the third, and 23-7 in the fourth.
Downey 63, Marshall 60--The Vikings rallied from a nine-point deficit entering the fourth quarter to pull off the win. Senior guard Steve Sawyer had 11 points and tied the score 60-60 with 1:30 remaining and senior guard Joe Frias who scored 17 points made two free throws with 40 seconds to give Downey the lead. Thirty seconds later Edward Phininsee converted one of two free throws to give Downey a three point lead. The Eagles' Mike Jester 3 point attempt went in and out to secure the win for Downey, which improved to 12-3. Senior guard Rene Herrera had 16 points for the Vikings, who open the San Gabriel League Season at home against Gahr Wednesday. Deverion Mackey had 22 points but Jason Sanford had only 2. Jester finished with 5, while Renner had 23. Williams 1, Harrison 2, Brazille 4, Moody 1 for Marshall; Downey scoring was Frias 17, Sawyer 11, Germon 23, E. Phininsee 7, Herrera 16, Lucero 6, Zoumberakis 2, and Simioli 1. Scoring by quarters: Downey--15 11 15 22--63; Marshall--14 20 16 10--60.
Glendora 66, Verbum Dei 32-- This was played as the first game of the day at the Spot Up Classic at Compton City College.
Laguna Blanca 76, Cuyama Valley 45-- Sophomore point guard Eric Geeb's all-around game carried the Owls to the non-league rout at home. Geeb scored 13 points, had 10 assists and made nine steals. Josh Ferguson scored 20 points to lead Laguna Blanca (7-5) in scoring. Jon Kaufman added 15. CUYAMA VALLEY -- Batiste 20, Rodriguez 2, Draurer 2, Hann 3, Franco 2, Midgely 7, Meed 6. Totals 16 10-20 45. LAGUNA BLANCA -- Ferguson 20, Geeb 13, Wicks 2, McAdams 7, Vidor 2, Jeffrey 10, Nelson 4, Kaufman 15, Geyser 3. Totals 31 6-13 76. Cuyama Valley . . . 8 12 9 16 -- 45 Laguna Blanca . . . 17 19 19 21 -- 76 3-pointers--CV 3 (Batiste 2, Rodriguez), LB 8 (Ferguson 4, McAdams, Kaufman 3). Total fouls--CV 26, LB 15. Fouled out--Batiste, Davis, Hann.
Mater Dei 65, Fontana 63-- We didn't get to make it out to Ocean View High School for this game last night, but by all accounts, Mater Dei (16-1) was having a tough time of it, and experiencing the limitations in depth that they'll have to contend with at times during the season. But hey, a win is a win, so what the heck, and they did it without Jamal Sampson (6'-11" Jr. C) who was out with the flu, and Harrison Schaen (6'-8" Fr. SF/PF) was the biggest guy on the court, but he only managed 4 points in his reunion with his 14-U national champ SCA teammates, the Fab Three, Wesley Washington, Travon Williams and Travante Nelson, all three of whom started for Fontana yesterday. According to the box score, this was just a one point game at the half, as both teams scored 14 in the first quarter, and Mater Dei led by one after a 16-17 second quarter, to go into the locker room with the score at 31-30. In the third quarter, Fontana outscored Mater Dei 20-18, to take a one point lead, and they even led at one point in the fourth quarter, 53-49 with 7:23 remaining, but Mater Dei managed to start a small rally to regain the lead 54-53 when Rickey Porter hit a short jumper and was fouled in the act of shooting; he then made the extra basket at the line. Mike Strawberry then scored on a spectacular pass from Cedric Bozeman to extend Mater Dei's lead to 56-53. According to the account of the game in the Orange County Register, here's what happened in the final, decisive moments: "With Mater Dei ahead 64-62 with just under 2:30 remaining, Strawberry was fouled and converted one of two free throws to give his team a 65-62 lead. With Fontana in possession and 11 seconds left, Wesley Washington inbounded the ball to Michael Stephenson, who drove to the top of the key and launched a three-pointer with 4 seconds remaining. As the Mater Dei half of the gym held its breath, the ball fell inches short of the rim." Cedric Bozeman led all scorers with 23 points, 16 in the first half. Porter and Strawberry added 13 and 11 points, respectively. Fontana had three players score in double figures, led by Stephenson's 17, nine of which came on three-pointers. Travante Nelson scored 14 points with Jordan Walker adding 10. Fontana's losing streak was extended to two games with the loss. FONTANA (62) -- Walker 10, Williams 7, Washington 9, Nelson 14, Stephenson 17, Okoeber 1, McGenson 2, Mancha 2, MATER DEI (65) -- Porter 13, Boseman 23, Scoggin 4, Strawberry 11, McGuigan 6, Schaen 4, Webster 2, Baker 2. Halftime score -- Mater Dei 31-30. Three-point goals -- Nelson 3, Stephenson 3, Porter. Total fouls -- Fontana 20, Mater Dei 15.
Ocean View 77, University 68--Marques Crane and Ryan Westbrook each scored 19 points and the No. 2 Seahawks (16-2) used a 19-7 third quarter to put away the host Trojans (11-6).
Santa Barbara 67, Arroyo Grande 59--Shawn Whilt went 10-for-10 from the free-throw line in the final two minutes as the Santa Barbara High boys basketball team held off Arroyo Grande 67-59 Saturday night in a non-league game between a couple of 13-2 teams. Santa Barbara, now 14-2, trailed 30-27 at halftime but rallied to build a lead of 6-8 points and held off the Eagles, 13-3, with Whilt's free throw shooting down the stretch. Dommanic Ingerson of the Dons led all scorers with 25 points and also had seven rebounds and three assists. Brent Williams scored 16 and Whilt 12. Center Charlie Peterson scored only four points but handled the Eagles' 6-foot-11 All-America junior Phil Johnson defensively and held him to 15 points, well below his average. SANTA BARBARA -- Williams 16, Ingerson 25, Putnam 8, Whilt 12, Koester 2, C. Peterson 4. Totals 21 19-22 67. ARROYO GRANDE -- Ensign 6, Harrington 9, Canderos 4, Zimmerman 2, Stanton 6, Shields 12, Johnson 15, Romero 6. Totals 19 16-17 59. Santa Barbara . . . 7 20 21 19--67 Arroyo Grande . . . 10 20 11 18--59 3-point goals--SB 6 (Williams 2, Ingerson 3, Putnam 1), AG (Shields 2, Harrington 1, Ensign 1). Fouled out--none.
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