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Recap: Boys' Games Details From  
Tuesday, Feb. 1--(Feb. 2, 2000)

Like Monday, three were not very many games played on Tuesday,  but it's easy to sense that the playoffs are getting near as the league season winds it's way down to the final two weeks. We don't have all the game details from every game, but we've got a pretty fair sampling of what took place on Monday night.  If you know of a score (or have details) of a game that isn't listed below, let us know. . . either by e-mail or by posting it up on the message forum.

LA City Section Games

Magnet League

LACES 131, Valley Alternative 20--The game was pretty much over at the tipoff. It was Senior Night at LACES so all seniors got the chance to start . LACES outscored Valley Alt. 37-2 in the first, 35-4 in the second, 21-6 in the third, and 33-6 in the fourth.  LACES' team took the press off after the first quarter but still managed to gain a school record 51 steals. LACES was led by unsigned 6'3" Senior guard Jason Lee with 46 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists, and 8 steals. Seniors William Jeffery and Ethan Pepper had career highs with 22 and 17 points respectivly. 6'6" Junior F/C Brishen Foley came off the bench and scored 18 points,   grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked 4 shots. LACES is now 6-1 in conference and 14-6 overall.

Southern Section Games

Academy League

Orangewood Academy 46, Capistrano Valley Christian 45--The Spartans (10-7, 5-3) trailed by eight points going into the
fourth quarter but rallied for the victory over the visiting Eagles (8-11, 5-3).

Alpha League

Village Christian 59, LA Baptist 47-- Clint Hamblin scored 21 points, making three of five three-point shots for host Vilage Chrisltian in an Alpha League game.  Hamblin also had four steals and four assists for the Crusaders who qualified for the playoffs with the win and are now 10-11 overall and 3-2 in league

Century League

Villa Park 94, El Modena 46--The third-ranked Spartans (20-2, 7-0) beat the visiting Vanguards (7-16, 2-5) behind Matt MacGinnis' 20 points.

Canyon 71, Foothill 70--Derron Putnam hit a spinning layup with two seconds left to win it for visiting Canyon (12-10, 5-2). Chad Bigler had 29 points for Foothill (11-12, 4-3).

Christian League

Ontario Christian 72, Western Christian 63--ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (72) Fuqua 28, Veenendaal 18, Verkaik 10, Fulkerson 5, Gibson 5, Hoekstra 4, Grayson 2.  WESTERN CHRISTIAN (63) Lockar 18, Chin 14, Dyche 14, Meister 12, Locke 3, Gross 2. Ontario Christian 23 17 12 20 -- 72 Western Christian 14 17 15 17 -- 63 Total fouls: OC 19, WC 25. Fouled out: Meister (WC), Dyche (WC), Hoekstra (OC). Techniculs: none.

Arrowhead Christian 53,  Linfield 43-- Chris Becerra scored 18 of his 28 points in the fourth period as Redlands Arrowhead Christian (2-7, 4-12) ended a two-game skid after beating host Temecula Linfield in a Christian League game.ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (53) -- Becerra 28, Goltry 9, Britt 5, Breckley 2, Hanke 9 TEMECULA LINFIELD (43) -- Durate 6, Graham 16, Butler 17, Redfield 4, Wilson 0. Halftime score -- Arrowhead Christian 20-18. Three-point goals -- Becerra 4, Graham 3, Goltry, Britt, Hanke, Durate. Total fouls -- Arrowhead Christian 9, Linfield 8. Technical fouls -- Payne.  

Loma Linda Acdemy 63, Woodcrest Christian 48--Curtis Alexander had 23 points, six assists, six steals as Loma Linda Academy defeated Woodcrest Christian in a Christian League game. Tony Forde added 13 points and eight rebounds for Loma Linda Academy (6-2, 12-3).WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (48) -- Carpenter 8, Reed 2, Boyd 2, Powers 15, Gallegos 12, Musich 3, Pool 2, Gasco 1, Burdett 3  LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (63) -- Alexander 23, Deleon 8, Elston-Hurdle 0, Forde 13, Sandiford 2, Young 6, Rivinius 10, Patel 1 Halftime score -- Loma Linda Academy 33-23. Three-point goals -- Alexander 2, Rivinius, Young. Total fouls -- Woodcrest Christian 17, Loma Linda Academy 16.

Citrus Belt League

Redlands East Valley 62, Miller 61 --Daryle Pegram missed a free throw with five seconds left and Fontana Miller (2-5, 11-13) lost to Redlands East Valley (2-5, 6-15) in a Citrus Belt League game. Chris Moses scored 15 points to lead Redlands East Valley, which has won two straight since snapping a 12-game losing streak. Pegram and Sean Lanzarotto scored 13 points apiece to lead the Rebels. MILLER (61) -- Ramirez 7, Lanzarotto 13, Pegram 13, Vernon 6, Scott 6, Clark 5, Ward 7, Kingsland 4. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (62) -- Thompson 6, Vigil 5, Holcombe 6, Jones 9, Moses 15, Larson 6, Brazelton 3, Ka.Lyles 12. Halftime score -- Miller 31-26. Three-point goals -- Clark, Vigil, moses 3, Ka.Lyles, Thompson. Total fouls -- Miller 17, REV 16. Fouled out -- none.

Rialto 86, Fontana 59--Rialto was on the verge of becoming one of the elite teams in the Citrus Belt League last season, and this season the Knights have turned the corner. David Joiner had 27 points and 15 rebounds as visiting Rialto routed Fontana, 86-59, Tuesday night to move into sole possession of second place. Taking advantage of a Fontana starting lineup minus three starters because of disciplinary reasons, Rialto never trailed, and was never threatened, after going on a a 10-0 run to take a 12-4 lead 4:40 into the first quarter. Rialto led 16-6 after the first quarter despite making only 7 of 22 shots, and opened it up in the second quarter. The Knights went 8 of 12 from the floor -- 4 of 5 on three-pointers -- in the quarter and outscored the Steelers 27-15 to take a 43-21 lead at halftime. Rialto (5-2 in league, 19-3 overall) avenged a last-second 64-62 loss at home to Fontana Jan. 14, and remains in striking distance of first-place Rialto Eisenhower (7-0, 23-1), which it plays in the regular-season finale Feb. 10.  Fontana coach John McNally benched seniors Michael Stephenson and Jordan Walker, the Steelers' top two scorers, and sophomore Cory McJimson for the first 4:17 for a "minor" violation of team rules.  RIALTO (86) -- Davis 2, Sconiers 17, Burnett 19, Williams 3, Joiner 27, Johnson 5, Edwards 10, Diggins 2, Anderson 1. FONTANA (59) -- Washington 8, Williams 5, Mancha 0, Jackson 2, Okoebor 3, McJimson 15, Walker 11, Crull 3, Strickland 5, Gallardo 3, Ochoa 4. Halftime score -- Rialto 43-21. Three-point goals -- Sconiers 2, Burnett 2, Johnson, McJimson 3, Strickland, Gallardo. Total fouls -- Rialto 23, Fontana 30. Fouled out -- Edwards Rialto 16 27 17 26 -- 86 Fontana 6 15 18 20 -- 59 Total fouls: R 20, F 29. 

Eisenhower 81, Redlands 44--Eisenhower 81, Redlands 44--Alex Acker scored 23 points as Rialto Eisenhower (7-0, 23-1) defeated Redlands (1-6, 9-14) in a Citrus Belt League game. Playing without starting guard Kynan Bush (sore wrist), Eisenhower, ranked second in Division 1AA, has won 23 straight. Acker scored 17 points in the first half, helping the Eagles open up a 36-18 lead. Eisenhower trapped Redlands all over the court and forced 31 turnovers. Andre Rouzan had six steals to go along with 14 points and Acker had five steals. Trishtin Hall scored 18 points to lead Redlands, which is assured of finishing the regular season under .500 for the first time since the 1993-94 season.REDLANDS (44) -- Willis 0, Hall 18, Porter 2, Genung 8, Graham 8, Kariem 8. EISENHOWER (81) -- A.Rouzan 14, Wilson 5, Hill 7, Acker 23, Sams 0, D.Rouzan 8, Parks 5, Jackson 7, S.Marshall 4, Hart 3, Dovis 3, James 2. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 36-18. Three-point goals -- Acker 2, A.Rouzan, Parks, Jackson. Total fouls -- Redlands 16, Eisenhower 24. Fouled out -- none.

Coast Valley League

Shandon 74, North County Christian 32--handed North County Christian a 74-32 loss in Coast Valley League action. Matt Sytsma led the Crusaders (4-14, 1-4) with 14 points.

Delphic Leauge

Crossraods 67, Campbell Hall 55-- Hassan Bassiri scored 23 of his 25 points in the second half for the Vikings (15-8, 4-3) who came up short in a Delphic League game at Campbell Hal.  Crossroads is now in sole possession of first at 14-8 and 6-0in league.  Isaiah Fox had 18 poijts, while Felipe Williams had 24.  Jordan Rush hit for 7, Nick Forman 9, Anthony Locke 2,  Lofgren 6, and Richards 1.  For Campbvell Hall, Womack had 5, Jesse Foster had 8 and 10 rebounds, Klippsten had 5, Locke 7 and 5 steals, Williams 5 and 10 rebounds and 5 steals.

Brentwood 57, Montclair Prep 46-- Breantoowd kept its hopes alive to be able to qualify for the playoffs, and is now just one win shy of the required 10, with a record of 9-13, and 2-5 in league.  Montclair Prep falls to 13-9, and 3-4 in league.  For Brentwood, Kussman had 15, Wami 14, Henry 13, Latham 9, Bak 3, and Nishimura 3.  For Montclair Prep, Josaiah Johnson had 19 and 11 rebounds, Andre Freeman scored 10, Will Sheslow 10, Daniels 5, and Tony McFadden 2.  Montclair fell behind 20-10 at the end of the first and never caught up, and the Mounties trailed 31-19 at the half.

Express League

Heritage Christian 70, Lutheran Laverne 40--Ryan Meyer scored 16 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and had six assists and six steals to lead the visiting Patriots (19-4, 10-0) to their 14th consecutive victory.

Liberty Christian 48, New Roads 38--Aaron Mendoza's 14 points sparked the host Minutemen (6-13, 3-5).

Frontier League

Santa Clara 75, Malibu 50--Chris Post scored 20 points, including 5 of 8 3-point field goals, for Santa Clara (14-5, 5-1). Jason Angell added 15 points.  Earl Hall had nine rebounds for Santa Clara.  Bennie Townsend had 13 points for Malibu. 

Santa Paula 72, Calabasas 43--Ryan Frutos had 23 points and nine rebounds for Santa Paula (8-14, 3-3).  Santa Paula pulled away by outscoring Calabasas 22-4 in the third quarter.

Ivy League

North 70, Canyon Springs 61--Lionel Dixon scored 18 points off the bench, all in the second half, to help Riverside North defeat visiting Moreno Valley Canyon Springs in an Ivy League game. The first-place Huskies (6-1, 17-6) opened up a 35-21 lead early in the third with an 11-0 run, but Canyon Springs (3-4, 9-14) used a 13-2 run to get back within three points. Canyon Springs committed 17 fouls in the second half, and the Huskies maintained their lead in the fourth quarter with seven points from free throws.CANYON SPRINGS (61) -- Braxton 21, Robinson 0, Cobbs 15, Gibson 8, Rosson 1, Brown 10, Rosborough 6. NORTH (70) -- Wynn 6, Burnett 9, McCloud 8, Anderson 5, Washington 11, Jones 12, Wise 1, Dixon 18. Halftime score -- North 24-20. Three-point goals -- Braxton, Cobbs 2, Roseborough 2, Wynn 2, Burnett, McCloud 2. Total fouls -- North 13, Canyon Springs 23. Fouled out  - Cobbs, Robinson. 

Moreno Valley 59, Riverside Poly 48--Nyron Jones scored 15 points and Darrell Brooks added 10 points and 10 rebounds as Moreno Valley defeated Riverside Poly in an Ivy League game. Moreno Valley (4-3, 12-11) led by 18 points at halftime, but Riverside Poly (2-5, 12-11) trimmed the lead to five points with three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Jones mad a three-pointer to push the lead to eight, and Moreno Valley was never threatened again. Ray Quezada (15 points) led three Riverside Poly scorers in double figures. Steve Brown added 10 points, six rebounds and four blocks for Moreno Valley.RIVERSIDE POLY (48) -- Masi 0, Dunaj 13, Lopez 14, Quezada 15, Hudson 6. MORENO VALLEY (59) -- Taylor 9, Jones 15, Johnson 10, Brooks 10, Brown 10, Howard 5 Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 34-16. Three-point goals -- Howard, Jones 3, Johnson 2, Dunaj, Quezada. Total fouls -- Riverside Poly 17, Moreno Valley. Fouled out -- Hudson.

Arlington 83, Rubidoux 57--Chad Carter scored 11 of his 26 points in the second quarter, helping Riverside Arlington (5-2, 18-5) pull away to an Ivy League victory over Rubidoux (1-5, 8-16). Arlington outscored Rubidoux 24-9 in the period to take a 17-point halftime lead. Carter finished with 10 rebounds, and Calvin Tang had 11 assists, one shy of Arlington's school record.ARLINGTON (83) -- Simon 3, Willman 8, Glover 4, Ware 12, Larsen 16, Heru 4, Lerma 6, Christie 2, Carter 26, Tanger 2. RUBIDOUX (57) -- Davis 2, Green 2, Walker 12, Murcio 10, Hervey 4, Anderson 5, Owens 12, Hemmings 8, Williams 2. Halftime score -- Arlington 39-22. Three-point goals -- Simon, Larsen 2, Owens, Walker, Murcio 2, Hervey. Total fouls -- Arlington 21, Rubidoux 15. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Simon.

Liberty League

Buckley 45, Providence 44--Despite a slow start by both teams at Providence's tight gym, Buckley (16-2, 10-0) managed to secure it's lead for the Liberty League title as the Griffins defeated Providence, which is now 2 1/2 games behind Buckley and in posession of second place at 15-5 and 8-3 in league.  Buckley is currently ranked No. 8 in CIF Southern Section D-V-AA while Providence remains ranked at No. 5 in Divison IV-A, despite losing to Buckley twice and third place Yeshiva once in the last three games.  Buckley was led by Colin Ward-Henninger with 22 points and 14 rebounds, while David Gale had 6 points, 9 assists and 6 steals. Other scorers for Buckley were Steve Broukhim 2, Alex Clancy 2 and 2 steals, Mike Lalazerian 5, Murali Sivalingam 2 and three blocks,  Royal Weaver 4, and Jake Scannell 2. Adam Pastor, Buckley's second leading scorer sat out the game, his third missed game, as his broken finger heals.   For Providence, Shant Bekmezian had 14, Pierre Kascinta 17, Vaca 8, Javier 3, and Derek Jones 2.  Buckley has four more league games remaining:  Windward on Friday at Windward, Oakwood at Buckley on Monday Feb. 7, and then a doubleheader with Avalon on February 9 and 10 at Buckley.  Providence has just three more games remaining, two against Oakwood (Feb. 4 and 11), and Holy Martyrs on Feb. 9.

Viewpoint 51, Holy Martyrs 37--Vkiewpoint was led by McKay with 14, Mastriciano 11, and Bly with 6.  Viewpoint improves to 3-9 in league while Holy Martyrs is 6-11 overall and 3-6 in league  Holy Martyrs has five more league games remaining in the final two weeks of play, while Viewpoint has just two more league games remaining.

Los Padres League

St. Joseph Santa Maria 57, Morro Bay 48--St. Joseph beat Morro Bay 57-48 in a Los Padres League game in Hofschulte Gym. The Knights held the Pirates to 20 first-half points in moving to within a half game of first-place Cabrillo in the LPL standings. Morro Bay, 3-4 in the LPL and 9-11 overall, had 17 points from Rod Weston. St. Joseph, 5-2 and 7-15, was led by Ryan Smith’s 19 points.

Metro League

Boys' Republic 65, Upland Christian 51--UPLAND CHRISTIAN (51) Surmi 9, Chiappone 6, Cromer 16, Roberds 17, Toupal 2, Paddelford 1. BOYS REPUBLIC (65) Sagapolu 19, Manzano 10, Jones 14, Faulalo 11, Brown 11. Upland Christian 14 8 13 16 -- 51 Boys Republic 10 13 22 19 -- 65 Total fouls: UC 13, BR 15. Fouled out: Sagapolu. Technical fouls: none.

Christian Center 74, Riverside Christian 48--Jason Miles had 24 points and 10 assists and Mario Torres had 20 points as Colton Christian Center (7-4, 9-9) defeated Riverside Christian (5-6, 7-8) in a Metro League game. Torres had four of his six three-pointers in the third quarter when Christian Center outscored the Lions 30-8 to take a 59-34 lead. RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (48) -- Bowlus 16, Constant 6, Chavez 12, DeCarlo 6, Ayres 8. CHRISTIAN CENTER (74) -- Miles 24, Knox 7, Livermore 0, Torres 20, Fults 13, Johnson 10. Halftime score -- Christian Center 29-26. Three-point goals -- Bowlus, Torres 6, Miles 2, Knox. Total fouls -- Riverside Christian 10, Christian Center 13. Fouled out -- Torres.

Mt. Baldy League

Chaffey 75, Montclair 67--MONTCLAIR (67) Robins 8, Ellison 2, Walk 15, Holliman 21, Smith 15, Avery 7. CHAFFEY (75) Faulkner 20, Kutkowski 6, Parker 10, Stepney 13, Sconiers 22, Santos 2, Miranda 2. Montclair 21 15 17 14 -- 67   Chaffey 17 20 16 22 -- 75 Total fouls: C 18, M 16. Fouled out: none Technical fouls: none.

Rancho Cucamonga 72, Etiwanda 64--The Cougars rolled a pair of sevens - scoring the last seven points of regulation and the first seven of overtime - to beat Etiwanda 72-64 in a Mt. Baldy League game at Rancho Cucamonga High School Tuesday night. The win pulled Rancho Cucamonga (22-1 overall, 6-1 league) into a first-place tie with Etiwanda (14-9, 6-1). The win snapped a five-game losing streak to Etiwanda. Rancho hadn't beaten the Eagles since the last regular season game of the 1997 season. The Eagles rallied from a 48-45 deficit and take a 58-51 lead with 2:54 to play on Romel Beck's layup. Beck scored a game-high 38 points. But Etiwanda would not score again for nearly six minutes. With Etiwanda protecting a 58-51 lead, Reco Wright was 0-for-3 from the line. Karim McDougal started the Cougars' run with a 3-pointer with 1:31 to play, Corey Starks scored with 38 seconds left and Andrew scored off an Etiwanda turnover with 20 seconds to play to tie the score. Wright missed a potential game-winning shot with two seconds remaining. In overtime, after the Cougars scored the first seven points, the Eagles could not get closer than five points. The Cougars could've been in trouble when Andrew picked up his third foul with 5:45 to play before halftime. Andrew, who scored 16 points, didn't play again in the first half. But the Cougars, who led 22-13 at that point, were still ahead 32-27 at the half. That halftime lead was thanks to Starks, who scored a game-high 30 points, including 18 in the first half. Starks, McDougal and Alonzo Williams each had 11 rebounds for the Cougars. Andrew showed some in the second half, picking up some of the offensive slack, but never picking up a fourth foul. ETIWANDA (64) Gipson 11, Beck 38, Boyd 6, Ross 2, Solano 2, Burrell 3, Dowd 2. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (72) McDougal 10, Andrew 16, Starks 30, Wollam 7, Williams 9 Etiwanda 10 17 17 14 6 -- 64 Rancho Cuca. 18 14 12 14 14 -- 72 Total fouls: E 22, RC 22. Fouled out: Gipson (E). Technical fouls: None.

Ontario 75, Alta Loma 49--ALTA LOMA (49) Moore 13, Flemming 6, Yaisreael 6, Tobias 2, Johnson 2, Hynes 8, Roberts 2, Patterson 8, Cade 2. ONTARIO (75) Moffett 5, Levy 16, Burrell 15, Brannen 1, Mireles 5, Rasheed 3, Mitchell 13, Mack 5, Alhadeff 1, Kenny 7, Dunn 2, Ringgold 2. Alta Loma 9 14 13 13 -- 49  Ontario 11 23 24 17 -- 75 Total fouls: AL 17, O 23. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Olympic League

Orange Lutheran 58, Valley Christian Cerritos 49-- Jason Whieldon shot only 5 for 20, but managed eight rebounds, five steals and provided the key basket of the game as the Lancers beat Valley Christian, 58-49, in an Olympic League game at Orange Lutheran.  The outcome broke a tie between Orange Lutheran and Valley Christian for first place. The Lancers are 6-1 in league, one game ahead of Valley Christian (5-2). With Whieldon groping to find his shot, Salyer provided a steady offensive presence. He scored 15 points, including seven in the second quarter in which Whieldon was 0 for 4. Valley Christian took a 25-22 lead into the third quarter, and quickly made it 30-22. Orange Lutheran then went on a 13-0 run sparked by an intense defensive effort. Whieldon, 1 for 11 in the first half, started the rally with a three-pointer and finished it with a fast-break layup off a nice lead pass from Mike Bristol to give the Lancers a 35-30 lead. The Crusaders caught up, 39-39, early in the fourth quarter. The Lancers pulled away again, with a Whieldon three-pointer making it 48-39. Salyer put the game away with 1:20 to go when he made two free throws to push Lutheran's advantage to 52-41. Whieldon finished with a game-high 18 points, nine below his county-leading average. Salyer scored 15. Bristol contributed
seven rebounds, six in the second half.

Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 59, Brethren Christian 42-- Joshua Sherman's 22 points and 14 rebounds led the visiting Eagles (14-9, 4-3) past
the Warriors (9-14, 0-7).

Prep League

Rio Hondo Prep 68, Webb 45--WEBB (45)  Lo 11, Maloff 10, Martinsen 10, Dey 5, C. Hatae 3, J. Hatae 3, Lee 3. RIO HONDO PREP (68) Sosa 12, De Leon 11, Tashkesen 11, Aeady 10, Buchanan 8, Prest 9, Dinius 3, Corral 2, Echevarria 2. Webb 9 5 12 19 -- 45 Rio Hondo Prep 18 13 20 17 -- 68 Total fouls: W 20, RHP 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

San Andreas League

Cajon 88, Colton 46 --Paul Roby (20 points) led five Cajon players in double figures as the Cowboys defeated Colton in a San Andreas League game. The last time Cajon had five double-digit scorers in a game was in February 1998. Blake Walker added 15 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals for Cajon (5-2, 17-6). Cajon opened a 19-6 first-quarter lead and never trailed in the game. Brandon Crenshaw scored 15 points to led Colton (0-7, 7-16).COLTON (46) -- Crenshaw 15, Jones 4, Yasin 7, D.Pinkney 2, K.Pinkney 10, Vingua 2, Webb 6. CAJON (88) -- Morris 10, Dew 11, Roby 20, Breeden 4, Walker 15, Norman 10, Payne 6, Harris 2, Clark 8, Mendoza 2. Halftime score -- Cajon 38-14. Three-point goals -- Crenshaw 3, Dew, Roby 2, Clark 2. Total fouls -- Colton 19, Cajon 17. Technical foul -- Walker. 

San Gorgonio 66, Yucaipa 45--San Bernardino San Gorgonio used a trapping defense in the second quarter and outscored Yucaipa 24-2 and breezed to a San Andreas League victory. Junior guard Joe White scored a game-high 19 points (five three-pointers) and was instrumental in San Gorgonio's trap that forced 11 of Yucaipa's 25 turnovers in the second quarter. Senior guard Jabria Fields added nine points on three three-pointers and senior center Matt Buchholz compiled 10 points and eight rebounds for the Spartans (5-2, 13-9). Yucaipa (3-4, 9-14) was led by Ben Osgood's 15 points.SAN GORGONIO (66) -- Harris 7, McIntosh 2, Buckingham 6, Fields 9, White 19, Blackwell 2, Johnson 6, Buchholz 10, Dowdy 5. YUCAIPA (45) -- Enriquez 5, Majors 11, Greifnow 5, Martin 2, Osgood 15, Carroll 7. Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 36-13. Three-point goals -- Harris, Fields 3, White 5, Enriquez, Majors, Greifnow, Carroll. Total fouls -- San Gorgonio 20, Yucaipa 15. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. 

Pacific 92, San Bernardino 66--San Bernardino Pacific (7-0, 21-2) forced 13 turnovers in the second quarter alone and outscored San Bernardino 26-14 in the period and cruised to its 12th straight victory and 24th consecutive San Andreas League victory. San Bernardino (1-6, 9-14) is out of the running for an automatic playoff berth through its league record but still has a chance to qualify if it gets one more win. Teams with 10 wins can petition for a wild-card entry. Michael Hall had 24 points and eight rebounds and Chris Adams added 23 points and eight rebounds for Pacific. Derek Stotts had 13 points and five rebounds for San Bernardino.SAN BERNARDINO (66) -- Stotts 13, Copeland 12, Palmore 9, Terrell 6, Miller 10, Thaxton 12, Nonnette 2, Stokes 2. PACIFIC (92) -- Jury 16, Smith 12, Kimble 11, Hall 24, Adams 23, Burrell 6. Halftime score -- Pacific 43-26. Three-point goals -- Copeland 3, Palmore, Adams 2. Total fouls -- San Bernardino 21, Pacific 20. Fouled out -- Copeland, Miller, Grigsby (SB), Kimble. Technical fouls -- None.

Skyline League

Banning 88, Rim of the World 77--Mike Davis scored a game-high 27 points as Banning rallied to beat visiting Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World, 88-77, in a Skyline League game at Nicolet Middle School on Tuesday. Banning (5-2 league, 12-12 overall) extended its winning streak against Rim to four, completing the season series sweep. Mike George led Rim (3-4, 9-15) with 20 points. George scored 13 in Rim's first meeting against Banning. Scott Creswell added 15, and John Jurado had 10. Tramine Williams added 14 for the Broncos, who outscored the Scots 24-16 in the third period.
Davis and Williams scored nine each during the rally. Banning scored 53 second-half points to Rim's 40 and led by 16 in the second half.  RIM OF THE WORLD (77) -- George 20, Daughety 4, Creswell 15, Jurado 10, Henderson 9, Irbina 8, Shingler 2, Van Patton 4, Rattett 5 BANNING (88) -- Randle 9, Malone 13, Davis 27, Harris 7, Foster 9, Allen 9, Williams 14. Halftime score -- Rim 37-35. Three-point goals -- George 4, Irbina 2, Williams 2, Jurado, Henderson, Rattett, Randle, Allen. Total fouls -- Rim 20, Banning 13. Technical fouls -- Shingler.

Perris 78, San Jacinto 62--Perris (5-2, 10-12) raced to a 25-6 first-quarter lead on the way to beating Skyline League rival San Jacinto for the second consecutive night. Jason Zimmer scored eight of his 16 points in the quarter, and Perris held San Jacinto to two field goals in the period. Zimmer also had 19 rebounds. Chris Johnson had 14 points and eight assists for PerrisSAN JACINTO (62) -- Duguid 14, Rose 5, Padilla 15, Goddard 15, Frazier 11, Luna 2. PERRIS (78) -- Johnson 14, Gilliam 7, Zimmer 16, Taylor 13, Miller 10, Hunter 16, Gordon 2. Halftime score -- Perris 43-26. Three-point goals -- Frazier, Padilla, Rose, Duguid, Gilliam. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 15, Perris 14. Fouled out -- none. .

Chaparral 69, Yucca Valley 58--Junior point guard Joe Buller had 24 points and five assists to lead Temecula Chaparral (7-0, 21-3) to a Skyline League victory.CHAPARRAL (69) -- Larsen 7, Hopkins 12, Buller 24, Brenier 6, Cooke 13, Scott 2, Palmer 1, Ruffin 4.  YUCCA VALLEY (58) -- Goza 4, Hettig 8, Simmons 5, Reover 0, Vizcarro 18, Hughes 2, Phillips 2, Brower 17, Budd 2. Halftime score -- Chaparral 42-24. Three-point goals -- Buller 3, Hopkins 2, Larsen, Hettig 2, Simmons, Brower, Vizcarro 2. Total fouls -- Chaparral 10, Yucca Valley 12. Fouled out -- none.    

Westside League

Granada Hills Hillcrest 74, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest 44--Scott Brahmer scored 17 points and Tom Rogan had 15 points and 12 rebounds as Hillcrest Christian of Thousand Oaks (4-17, 1-9) lost at its sister school. Jason Haddad had 13 points for Granada Hills Hillcrest (13-8, 8-1). 

Victory League

Bloomington Christian 67, Desert Christian 63--Mike Martin had 19 points and 12 rebounds, and made a key three-point play in the fourth quarter as Bloomington Christian (6-1, 13-4) pulled into a first-place tie in the Victory League with Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian (6-1, 13-6). Desert Christian cut a 12-point halftime deficit to four early in the fourth quarter, but Martin's three-point play, following a missed fast-break opportunity, blunted Desert Christian's momentum. BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (67) -- Martin 19, Stearns 15, Stott 14, Jordan 10, Rollings 5   Pope 4. DESERT CHRISTIAN (63) -- Kim 15, Smith 14, Brattrud 12, Houser 4, Raley 2, Johnson 16. Halftime score -- Bloomington Christian 40-28. Three-point goals -- Rollings, Kim 2, Smith, Johnson 2. Total fouls -- Bloomington Christian 13, Desert Christian 18. Fouled out -- none. 

Ambassador Christian 53, Baptist Christian 45-- Fontana Ambassador Christian outscored Hemet Baptist Christian 16-6 in the third quarter to pull away en route to a Victory League victory. Tunde Akingbemi led Ambassador Christian (3-4, 4-6) with 18 points and added nine rebounds. Tre Harper recorded his first triple-double of the season, totaling 12 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists. AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN (53) -- Harper 12, Peck 14, Akingbemi 18, Pine 1, Glonderan 3, Harrod 5. BAPTIST CHRISTIAN (45) -- Van Perseum 10, Cansdale 7, Acton 10, Carlson 0, Boss 15, Fedchuck 3. Halftime score -- Tied, 26-26. Three-point goals -- Cansdale, Acton, Boss. Total fouls -- Ambassador Christian 18, Baptist Christian 17. Fouled out -- Boss, Pine. Technical fouls -- Harper .

Southern Section Non-League Games

Life and Light Christian (Hawthorne) 58, Tarbut V'Torah 57--Noam Dashti scored 28 points in Tarbut V'Torah's loss.

Nordhoff 53, Villanova Prep 40--Etienne Emanuel scored 15 points and Jimmy Rice had 14 as Nordhoff won the matchup on the road. Dusty Baier had 10 points and eight rebounds for Nordhoff (15-5).

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