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Boys Division II-AA Quarterfinal Details & 
Bracket Updates--(Feb 27, 2000)

No surprises here:  The quarterfinal round had the No. 1 ranked team in the country, Dominguez, beating Ramona easily, Redondo Union also beat Moorpark, Inglewood, the No. 3 seed beat Santa Maragarita, and Brea Olinda beat Chaparral, setting up the semifinal matches this coming Tuesday, February 29:  Dominguez v. Redondo Union, and Inglewood v. Brea Olinda. The locations haven't been selected yet, but we'd expect the Dominguez v. Redondo game to be somewhere in the South Bay, while the Brea Olinda v. Inglewood game will likely be somewhere near Brea since they're hosting.

Here are the details followed by the updated bracket: 

Division II-AA

Dominguez 101, Ramona 43--Tyson Chandler had 16 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks and Sherman Gay had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead the top-seeded Dons (29-2) in a II-AA quarterfinal victory at Riverside King. Junior center Tyson Chandler had 16 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks in less than 16 minutes to lead top-seeded Compton-Dominguez, the No. 1-ranked team in the nation (according to USA Today), to a victory in the Division 2AA quarterfinals. Riverside Ramona (18-10), making its first appearance in the quarterfinals since 1977, was down 21-3 with 2:30 to play in the first quarter. Dominguez (29-2) pulled all of its starters halfway through the third quarter with a lead of 70-26. Brothers Dahllas Downey and Houston Downey led the Rams with 10 points each.DOMINGUEZ (101) -- Brooks 6, Johnson 5, McKinney 4, Chandler 16, Gay 16, Murray 6, Kindred 8, Looney 6, Boler 2, Bluitt 2, Moore 15, Hernandez 6, Sanders 7, Jones 2. RAMONA (43) -- Gosserand 2, Te.Henry 2, White 0, D.Downey 10, Darkwa 0, H.Downey 10, Adams 6, Carr 6, Puckett 2, Fletcher 5. Halftime score -- Dominguez 58-26. Three-point goals -- Moore 2, D.Downey 2, H.Downey 2, Fletcher. Total fouls -- Dominguez 20, Ramona 25. Fouled out -- none.

Redondo Union 89, Moorpark 66--Andrew Zahn scored 12 of his 27 points in the second quarter as the Seahawks (24-4) won a Division II-AA quarterfinal at Torrance. Moorpark's Todd Tomlinson made seven three-point shots and finished with 25 points. Playing on the road in a CIF-Southern Section Division II-AA quarterfinal playoff game at South Torrance High, Moorparkwas outscored, 28-9, in the second quarter, en route to an 89-66 loss.  Moorpark (19-10) was led by Todd Tomlinson's 22 points. No other Moorpark player scored more than six points.  Redondo (24-4) was led by Andrew Zahn's 27 points.  Moorpark scoring:  Illions 6, Tavasolian 0, Dalrymple 4, Tomlinson 22, Moser 6, Sharpe 5, Estandia 2, Russ 6, Bucka 6, Tormos 6;  Redondo scoring:   Dylan Mathis 4,  Walter White 14, Andrew Zahn 27,  Dijon Thompson 18, Ryal Mollins 13, Adam Zahn 7, Chance 3, Brendan Behan 3.  Moorpark slcoses out the season at 19-10, and Redondo improves to 24-4 overall.  Scoring by quarters:   Moorpark:  13  9  21  23--66; Redondo 11  28  19   31--89.

Inglewood 43, Santa Margarita 42--Ed McKinney's three-point basket from the wing with 10 seconds remaining lifted third-seeded Inglewood High to a 43-42 victory over Santa Margarita in a Southern Section Division II-AA boys' basketball quarterfinal playoff game Friday night at Inglewood Morningside.   McKinney finished with nine points--all on three-point shots.  Lenny Collins of Santa Margarita missed a desperation shot near the three-point line at the buzzer.   Santa Margarita, which advanced to a Southern Section Division II-AA boys' basketball quarterfinal playoff game despite returning no starters, watched its season end Friday when reserve Inglewood guard Ed McKinney made a high-arching three-pointer from the wing with 10 seconds to play.  The basket gave the third-seeded Sentinels a 43-42 victory that left the Eagles stunned and saddened at Morningside High in Inglewood.   Santa Margarita guard Chris Pearce brought the ball upcourt on the Eagles' final possession but lost control in the key. Teammate Lenny Collins came up with the loose ball, but his desperation heave near the three-point line fell well short at the buzzer.   The Eagles (23-6) had the game in their clutches in the final minute but couldn't hold on. Guard R.J. Socci, who finished with a game-high 24 points, scored and was fouled on a drive with 1:24 left. He made the free throw to put Santa Margarita ahead, 42-40.   After Inglewood guard Brian Taylor (team-high 13 points) missed two free throws, Pearce had a chance to extend the Eagles' lead but missed the front end of a one-and-one with 39 seconds to play.  Taylor drove into the lane on the Sentinels' next possession but had his shot blocked by Ryan Stacey. Before Santa Margarita guard Brandon Rohe could clear the ball after grabbing the rebound, he was fouled hard by Taylor.   Eagle fans, who comprised about half of the small crowd, cried out for an intentional foul but the officials did not concur.  Rohe, in obvious pain, stayed in the game to attempt his one-and-one opportunity with 21 seconds remaining but didn't make the first shot, giving the ball back to the Sentinels and setting up their game-winning heroics.  Inglewood (25-4) will play Brea Olinda in a semifinal Tuesday.  Santa Margarita scoring:  Socci 24,  Lenny Colins 2,  Ryan Stacey 4,  Rohe 8, Ansezin 2, Tancredi 2.  Inglewood scoring:  Fletcher 7,  Taylor 13,   McKinney 9, Davis 5, Peny 5,  Hankins 4.  Scoring by quarters:   Santa Margarita:  13  10  9 10-42;  Inglewood 15  6   14  8 --43.  Three point goals.  SM 3 (Socci 1, Rohe 2);   Inglewood 8 (Fletcher 1, Taylor 2, McKinney 3, Davis 1, Penny 1).  Santa Margarita 23-6, Inglewood 21-7 (including 5 forfeits).

Brea Olinda 67, Chaparral 54--Landon Lewis had 19 points, Ryan Moore had 18 points and Ryan Wilber scored 15 points for visiting Brea Olinda (23-6), which led by only four after three quarters.  Scoring for Brea Olinda:  Ulicny 8, Lewis 19,  Moore 18,  Wilber 15,   Blattenberger 2, Reimer 1, Schreck 4. Chaparral:  Larsen 10,  Hopkins 7, Buller 19, Brener 12, Ruffin 6, Cook 0. Brea Olinda--16  16  12  23--67;   Chaparral --13  15  23  14--54.  Three Point goals:  Brea 4 (Lewis 3, Moore 1).  Chaparral 2 (Hopkins 1, Buller 1).  Fouled out: Buller, Cook.  Brea Olinda 23-6, Chaparral 26-4.

First round games
February 18
  Second Round
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Alternate site
Feb. 29
Alternate Site
March 4
The Pond
Upper Half of Bracket

Sweet 16

Elite 8

Final Four Championship
San Bernardino @ Dominguez Norte Vista 54
Dominguez 90
Dominguez 101

@ Riverside MLK

*Ramona 43





*Redondo Union

Sat, 2:15 p.m.

El Monte @ Norte Vista
Ramona @ Cathedral City Bellflower 58
Ramona 82
Compton @ Bellflower
Garden Grove @ Redondo Redondo Union 67
La Serna 57
Moorpark 66


*Redondo Union 89

Cypress @ La Serna
Moorpark @ Anaheim Canyon Pasadena 56
Moorpark 65
South Torrance @ Pasadena
Lower Half of Bracket Sweet 16

Elite 8

Final Four
Westlake @ Inglewood Inglewood 58
West Torrance 36
Santa Margarita 42

@ Morningside HS

*Inglewood 43





*Brea Olinda

Foothill @ West Torrance
Buena Park @ Littlerock Santa Margarita 59
Littlerock 53
Los Amigos @ Santa Margarita
Torrance @ Brea Olinda Newport Harbor 66
Brea Olinda 76
Brea Olinda 67

@Murrieta Valley HS

*Chaparral 54

Gahr @ Newport Harbor
Valencia/P @ La Quinta/LQ Chaparral  48
Valencia Placentia 39
Temescal Canyon @ Chaparral

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