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Recap: Boys' Game Results From
Saturday, Jan. 22--(Jan. 22, 2000)
Only a very few games scheduled tonight, in fact so few, that we even hesitate to post this in our usual format (listing all of those leagues where there are no games scheduled also). But since there are so few, we've located them all right at the top of this scheduling report, just so you can spot them more easily. Here are the ones we know about, and by the way just remember that we get these schedules from the CIF, so if there are errors, blame them, not us. Check with your local paper or the schools involved before making the trip to be sure there have been no scheduling changes.
|Southern Section League Scores|
Marshall 75, LA Baptist 43
Coast Valley League
Villanova Prep 55, Cuyama Valley 34
Dunn @ Thacher--score not reported
Crossroads 57, Pacific Hills 49
Gateway Christian @ Pioneer Baptist--not reported
Ribet 86, Pilgrim 23
Lee Vining @ Immanuel Christian--not reported
Buckley 67, Viewpoint 38
Windward 62, Avalon 52
Yeshiva 48, Providence 42
Chaminade 62, Alemany 53
St. Francis 63, Crespi 54
Harvard Westlake 83, Loyola 74
Bethel Christian 54, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 25
|Southern Section Non-League Scores|
Bishop Amat 61, Servite 55
CSD Fremont 60, CSDR 40
Grace Brethren 74, Laguna Blanca 39
Notre Dame 73, Valencia 59
Santa Margarita 55, Estancia 49
Southwestern 72, Valley Torah 62
Twentynine Palms 77, Banning 58
|Southern Section Game Details|
Marshall 75, LA Baptist 43--Pasadena Marshall improved ot 14-5 overall and 4-0 in league with the win over LA Baptist. Marshall was led by Jason Sanford with 18, Harvey Harris with 10, while DeVerion Mackey had 9, Jovan Jester 7, Donald Wiliams 4, Terrell Renner 7, Ricardo Brazil 6, Garo Garabedian 2, Hassan Mody 6, Daniel Faquir 3, and Michael Minikwu 3. LA Baptist was led by Peterson with 11. The game was close until the decisive second quarter when Marshall outscored LA Baptist 19-3 to take a 35-17 halftime lead and LA Baptist never recovered. Scoring by quarters: Marshall--16 19 24 16--75, LA Baptist 14 3 17 9--43.
Coast Valley League
Villanova Prep 55, Cuyama Valley 34--Villanova Prep improved to 7-6 overall and was led by Fore with 18. Cuyama Valley was led by Batist with 13 and Davis with 11.
Crossroads 57, Pacific Hills 49--Details were not available, but reportedly Pacific Hills limited Isaiah Fox to just 12 points, while Pacific Hills was playing without its best scorer, Anthony Kyles, who will return this week for the Campbell Hall game.
Buckley 67, Viewpoint 38--Buckley (14-2, 7-0) moved into sole possession of first place in the Liberty League with the win at Viewpoint (6-10, 1-6) on Saturday night. The Griffins were led by Colin Ward Henninger (6'-4" Jr. SG/SF) with 21 points and 12 rebounds, and David Gale (6'-0" So. PG) with 7 points, 7 assists and 5 steals. Adam Pastor (6'-0" Jr. SG) also had 14 points for the Griffins, who will face Providence on Thursday night at Buckley in the first of two showdowns between the league favorites. Buckley is currently ranked as the No. 7 team in the Division V-AA CIF Southern Section poll, while Providence is ranked at No. 5 in the Division IV-A poll. Buckley broke the game with Viewpoint wide open with a 21-9 second quarter and then proceeded ot widen the gap in the third and fourth quarters. Others scoring for Buckley were Mike Lalezarian with 5, Simon Leonove with 4, Royal Weaver 6, Alex Clancy 8, and Jake Scannell 2.
Yeshiva 48, Providence 42--We didn't get the final scoring, but from what we saw of this game, it was a great win for Yeshiva (6-3 in league, 11-8 overall). We don't have stats for individual players, but Yeshiva was led by Avi Hami, Yitzi Katz and Adam Missry, from what we witnessed. Alex Gabbai, a tall forward with long arms, rebounded well for Yeshiva, and Providence's shooters, especially Derek Jones and Shant Bekmezian, were generally frustrated the entire night. The score at the half was 20-15, and Providence (15-3, 7-1), currently ranked No. 5 in the SCIBCA CIF poll in Division IV-A, only managed 7 first quarter points and 8 second quarter points. While Providence managed to cut the lead to just one late in the game, eventually Providence was forced to foul and the Panthers hung on for the win at home.
Windward 62, Avalon 52--no details of this second game were available, but with the win, Windward improved to 6-3 in league and moved into a tie with Yeshiva for third place in the league. Avalon remains winless in league at 0-8.
Chaminade 62, Alemany 53--Chaminade controlled this game from start to finish, and even though Alemany had a brief run in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Eagles 22-17, it was the decisive second quarter, in which Chaminade outscored Alemany 18-7 which clinched the game, giving the Eagles a 31-17 halftime lead which they never relinquished. Scott Borchart had 14 points and Ryan Arceo 16 for Chaminade. Others scoring were Hufford 6, Hill 9, O'Gilvie 6, Johnson 6 an dFefebvre 5. Alemany was led by Joseph with 15 and Cline with 13. Reny Maynard scored 8. Others scoring for Alemany were Danowitz 4, Zamora 3, Edwards 2 and Heath 8. Chaminade is now 13-5, 4-2 in league and Alemany drops to 6-13, 1-5.
St. Francis 63, Crespi 54--The slide continues for Crespi (9-10, 1-5) which has not won a game since taking the Westlake tournament in December as they lost to St. Francis, which for the first time in a long time finds itself with a winning record, 10-9 and 3-3 in league. St. Francis had three players in double figures: Jeff Brown with 10, Jenkins with 18, and Mitchell with 17. Others scoring were Sims 9, Gonzalez 4, vidaurrazaga 3 and John 2. Crespi was led by Andrew Moore and Devin St. Albin who scored 12 points each. Other Celt scorers were Pat Cassela 4, Shieber 4, Grimnes 2, Tunney 8, Biernat 8, Ellis 3, Roginson 1. Again, as in so many games won and lost on Saturday night, it was the decisive second quarter which was Crespi's undoing, as St. Francis outscored the Celts 19-9 and never relinquished the lead. Scoring by quarters: Crespi--10 9 15 20--54; St. Francis-- 10 19 18 16--63.
Harvard Westlake 83, Loyola 74--Harvard Westlake (15-4, 6-0) was again led by Russelll Lakey, who finished with 27 points and 7 assists, and Eric Geffner who hit for a career high 21 points and 10 rebounds. John Karavas, a senior who didn't play last year to concentrate on baseball, added 9 points and 6 steals. Others scoring for the Wolverines were Austin Scott 6, Craig Weinstein 9, Chris Hooks 2, Brian Coffey 6, and Kelechi Ogbunamiri 1. Loyola (7-12, 2-4) was led by Gaston with 14 and Sean Crosner with 20, while Matt Llewelyn hit for 12 and Flynn-Brown scored 13. Omar Wilkes had 5, Jones 2, Elliot 6, and Tannenbaum 2. Harvard-Westlake trialed 31-30 at the half, but then outscored Loyola 23-17 in the third, and 30-26 in the fourth to hang on for the win. Harvard will take on Crespi on Tuesday in a game which will be televised on Fox Sports West 2.
Bethel Christian 54, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 25--Sophomore guard Sean Wilson led Riverside Bethel Christian (2-2,10-7) with 16 points in a Victory League game.MORENO VALLEY CALVARY CHAPEL (25) -- Shear 0, Aldrete 0, Castellano 12, Johnson 3, Sainato 7, Carbajal 3. BETHEL CHRISTIAN (54) -- Espinosa 0, Heiliger 9, Wandel 2, Witt 4, Wilson 16, Rojas 2, Santos 6, Seneff 4, Watson 3, Wagter 4, Roberts 4. Halftime score -- Bethel Christian 35-3. Three-point goals -- Castellano 2, Johnson, Sainato, Carbajal, Wilson 4, Heiliger. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 9, Bethel Christian 5. Fouled out -- none.
Bishop Amat 61, Servite 55--Eddie Rodriguez scored 26 points for Bishop Amat (13-8), ranked seventh in Southern Section Division II-A. Rodel Lizan scored 13 points for eighth-ranked Servite (13-8).
CSD Fremont 60, CSDR 40--California School for the Deaf, Fremont (6-7) used its superior depth to cruise to a non-league victory and end the three-year winning streak of California School for the Deaf, Riverside (1-12) in the decades-long series. CSDR had just eight players and two -- starters Nabeel Hayat and Alex Burns -- were playing limited time because of foot injuries. Jon McCrudden grabbed 18 rebounds. --CSD FREMONT (60) -- Stern 17, Chan 13, Jarashaw 7, Olive 6, Herbold 5, Kramer 4, Moston 4, Soto 2, Ganancial 2. CSDR (40) -- Bayarsky 11, Hayat 7, Amaro 7, Burns 4, McCrudden 4, Vega 4, Sanders 3. Halftime score -- CSD Fremont 37-17. Three-point goals -- Bayarsky 2, Sanders, Stern, Jarashaw. Total fouls -- CSD Fremont 21, CSDR 23. Fouled out -- Amaro, McCrudden.
Grace Brethren 74, Laguna Blanca 39--Grace Brethren (12-6) was led by Robert Serra with 17 points and 7 assists, Chad Curso with 19 points and 10 rebounds Shaffer 12 and 10 rebounds, and robert Beauchamp with 13 points. McClain had 9 and 14 rebounds in the win. Laguna Blanca was touscored in every quarter, and was led by Scott with 12 and Ferguson 10. Other LB scoreres were Geeb 7, Wicks 8, Nelson 2 and McAdams 2.
Notre Dame 73, Valencia 59--Notre Dame (15-5) was led by Michael Luderer's 33 points and 10 rebounds and Cody Pearson's 21 points, as well as the play of Ruben Sanchez who scored 4 but dished out 7 assists. Barton had 2 and 7 assists as well for the Knights, and Barwick had 4 points, Hennessy 6 Nehorayan 3 in the win at Notre Dame against Foothill League Valencia (Valencia). The loss for Valencia drops them to 8-13 on the year. Notre Dame led 37-23 at the half an dthen outscored Valencia 19-6 in the third quarter and hung on for the win even though Valencia had a 20 point fourth quarter to Notre Dame's 17 points. Valencia was led by Royce Minor with 18, Ingram 10, Felix 4, Smith 4, Fernandez 3, Broadous 8, Laus 6, Velasquez 4, and Middleton 2.
Santa Margarita 55, Estancia 49--Larry Collins scored 26 points and grabbed a key rebound in the final minute to help Santa Margarita, ranked eighth in Orange county, defeat Estancia, 55-49, in a nonleague boys' basketball game Saturday at Estancia. With 39 seconds remaining, Santa Margarita (17-4) led, 51-49. Collins missed a three-pointer but grabbed his own rebound, forcing Estancia to foul. Estancia (12-10) had led, 49-47, with 2 minutes 11 seconds to play after Jon Cantrell, who had 22 points, made his fifth three-pointer. But Santa Margarita's R.J. Saki scored two transition baskets to give his team the lead.
Twentynine Palms 77, Banning 58--Vili Morton scored 33 points to lift visiting Twentynine Palms (15-4) to a non-league victory. Morton, a 6-foot-9 senior headed to UC Riverside, also had 19 rebounds and seven blocks. The Wildcats held on despite having three players foul out. Freddy Bernard had 10 points and 10 steals. Mike Davis led Banning (10-10) with 18 points.TWENTYNINE PALMS (77) -- K. Randle 7, Bernard 10, Stratton 6, Hester 5, Phillips 7, Brooks 2, Freshour 7, Morton 33. BANNING (58) -- G. Randle 9, Malone 12, Davis 18, Harris 3, Foster 5, Connor 3, Allen 1, Williams 7. Halftime score -- Twentynine Palms 38-24. Three-point goals -- Bernard 1, Hester 1, Harris 1, Foster 1, Williams 1. Total fouls -- Twentynine Palms 22, Banning 16. Fouled out -- Phillips, K. Randle, Stratton, Malone, Davis. Technical foul -- Twentynine Palms bench.
Southwestern Academy 72, Valley Torah 62--The host Wolfpack dropped a non-league game to ninth ranked Southwestern Academy 72-62 on saturday night at Montclair Prep. Valley Torah was led by Abey Malkin's 24 points but could not contain the trio of David Escobar, Kevaughn Bullock and Anthony Naylor as they combined for 64 points for southwestern. Valley Torah converted 31 of 49 free throw attempts and shot an amazing 30 free throws in the fourth quarter alone. However it was not enough as Southwestern managed to convert 23 of 31 foul shots and hang on for the win.
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