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Game Scores and Details From
Tuesday, 11/28/00--( Nov. 29, 2000)

These scores and game details are far from complete, but they are what we managed to cobble together from what folks have sent us and from what was published both in print and online from today's local papers.   Unfortunately, the LA Times, which usually has a very helpful listing of scores from all over SoCal (just the scores, no details) didn't print that list today, so we know we're missing a bunch of results, including some tournament results from those tournaments which started on Monday (which also had games scheduled on Tuesday).  If we've missed anything, we invite everyone out there to check the print versions (as well as online) of your favorite daily newspaper for game results and to send them in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board where we're sure to see it.

For those interested in just the scores, we've listed them first.  Where we were able to either find, or take the time to enter line and box score details, they are shown starting here (and by scrolling down from there).

LA City Section Non-League/Non-Tournament Game Scores

Marelton (LAUSD Magnet) 49, CSDR 45
Narbonne 65, Manual Arts 62

Southern Section Non-League/Non-Tournament Game Scores

Aquinas 69,  Boron 49
Atascadero 51, San Luis Obispo 48
Baldwin Park 50, Arroyo 42
Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 76,   Linfield 51
Blair 68, La Salle 60
Buckley 95, AGBU 58
Buena 76, Verdugo Hills 51
St. John Bosco 57, Cathedral 29
Chaffey 65, Garey 34
Coachella Valley 44, Southwest 36
Desert Christian 76, Linfield 51
Desert Hot Springs 79, Sherman Indian 49
Diamond Ranch 87, Don Lugo 63
El Toro 63, Los Alamitos 56
Fairmont 67, Saddleback Valley Christian 22
Glendale Adventist 41, Newbury Park Adventist 30
La Canada 83, Highland 72
La Quinta (LQ) 85, Brawley 48
La Serna 71, Bell Gardens 61
Los Altos 73, Sante Fe 53
Marelton (LA Magnet) 49, CSDR 45
Mater Dei 107, La Habra 42
Montclair Prep 76, St. Genevieve 57
Moreno Valley 55, Palm Springs 49
Newport Harber 73, Huntingon Beach 52
Norco 64, Norte Vista 51
North County Chr. 58, Cuyama Valley 45
Oaks Christian 75, West Valley Christian 43
Paso Robles 60, Santa Maria 53
Pomona 67, Glendora 62
Quartz Hill 75, Hart 57
Rancho Verde 73, Canyon Springs 62
Redlands East Valley 85, Yucaipa 68
Ribet Academy 67, Bell Jeff 64
Riverside Poly 68,  Ramona 56
Saddleback 71, Los Amigos 61
San Gabriel 73, San Marino 61
Santa Ana Valley 66, Santiago 41
Stoneridge 141, Bridges Academy 8 (no, that's not a typo)
Tarbut V'Torah 65, La Verne Calvary Baptist 40
Temescal Canyon 83, Paloma Valley 36
Walnut 80, Bassett 58

Tournament Games--Scores

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitational Tournament"
Loara 61, Costa Mesa 49
Canyon 78, Troy 69
El Dorado 67, Corona 27

Beaumont Tournament
(First round)
Moreno Valley 55, Palm Springs 49
Apple Valley 54, Rubidoux 42
Beaumont 51, Indio 46

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
Brethren Christian 79, St. Michael's Prep 20

Buena Park Coyote Classic
Katella 54, Magnolia 45
Westminster 47, Buena Park 39

Cerritos Gahr Tournament
Kaiser 81, Cerritos 73
Gahr 87, Norwalk 51
Lakewood 86, Gahr JV 52

Edison Mariner Tournament
Edison 98, University (Irvine) 92

Laidlaw Tournamnent/JW North
Valley View 51,  Victor Valley 50
Pacific 78, Perris 65

Mira Costa Tournament
West Torrance 51, Carson 44
Mira Costa 52, Banning 38

Redondo Union 49th Annual Pacific Shores Tournament
Long Beach Poly 74, Serra 49
Morningside 61, Compton 49
Fairfax 95, Valencia 59
Westchester 110, North Torrance 44

Santa Barbara Tournament
Dos Pueblos 79, St. Joseph Santa Maria 56
Santa Barbara 76, Cabrillo (Lompoc) 48

Saugus Tournament
Crescenta Valley 94, Highland 87
Oxnard 87, Glendale 56
Saugus 96, Van Nuys 55
Buena 76, Verdugo Hills 51

Simi Valley Tip-off Tournament
Taft 84, Royal 47
Simi Valley 87, El Camino Real 47
Santa Clara 60, Littlerock 51
Granada Hills 73, Rio Mesa 69
Camarillo 52, Santa Paula 49
Newbury Park 67, North Hollywood 65
Chaminade 75, Ventura 36
Chatsworth 67, Monroe 51

Venice Tournament

University 72, Foshay 66
Culver City 72, Price 65
Hamilton 100, USC Mast 48
Locke 69, San Fernando 52

LA City Section Non-League/Non-Tournament Game Details

Narbonne 65, Manual Arts 62--Beta Delgado scored 11 of his team-high 21 points in the last five minutes of the fourth quarter to lead Narbonne to victory in its season opener.  Junior small forward Matthew Terry added 15 points, five rebounds and two steals for the Gauchos.

Non-League (Non-Tournament) Games--Details

Aquinas 69,  Boron 49--BORON (49) -- Lewter 16, Stafford 11, Swann 10, Hughes 7, Oates 3, Cox 2.  AQUINAS (69) -- Harris 22, Nelson 20, Sepuya 17, Carlton 7, Mullaney 3. Halftime score -- Aquinas 43-34. Three-point goals -- Lewter 2, Hughes, Swann, Harris 2, Nelson 3. Total fouls -- Boron 14, Aquinas 18. Fouled out -- Mullaney. Technical fouls -- Boron bench.Matt Sepuya scored 11 of 17 points in the second half as host Aquinas pulled away to a season-opening win. Records: Aquinas 1-0, Boron 0-1.

Atascadero 51, San Luis Obispo 48-- The Greyhounds and Tigers were tied at 48 with 19 seconds to play after San Luis Obispo’s Brian Kasarjian make a three-pointer. But Atascadero’s Nate McConnell drove to the basket and kicked the ball back out to Joel Tamelier, who make a game-winning three-pointer with two seconds to play. Riley Prickett led Atascadero with 13 points, while Luke Hill had 12 and Tamelier 10. San Luis Obispo’s Chad Vicory had 22 points, including two three-pointers.

Baldwin Park 50, Arroyo 42-- Andrew Lawson pulled down 18 rebounds to lead three Braves in double figures in a come-from-behind victory. Arroyo, led by Matt Vogel's game-high 15 points, held a 20-17 halftime advantage. Lawson led Baldwin Park with 14 points, with teammates Geary Thompson and Enrique Lopez finishing with 13 and 10 rebounds, respectively.

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 76,   Linfield 51--LINFIELD (51) -- Ma. Duarte 17, Graham 13, Larson 6, Smith 6, Koenig 4, Mi. Duarte 3, Beckman 2. DESERT CHRISTIAN (76) -- Johnson 19, Brattrud 16, Smith 15, Santana 12, Mangus 12, Hay 2.  Halftime score -- Desert Christian 36-24. Three-point goals -- Graham 2, Santana. Total fouls -- Linfield 15, Desert Christian 15. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Desert Christian is 1-0, Linfield 0-1.

Blair 68, La Salle 60--Blair defeated visiting La Salle, 68-60, in nonleague play in both teams' season opener, scoring the game's first seven points and the final six to hold off a late Lancers rally.. Darryl Strawberry Jr. made the first of Blair's three 3-pointers as the Vikings opened the game with a 7-0 run. Strawberry led all scorers with 24 points. Ealy had 15 and a game-high 10 rebounds. La Salle came back with a full-court press and took the lead just 17 seconds into the second quarter when Jeremiah DeLeon --a transfer student from Rio Hondo Prep -- made a 3-pointer, then a 3-point play after a foul.   With 2:30 left in the game, Blair's Douglas Ealy hit a pull-up jumper to cap an 11-3 run and give the Vikings a seemingly comfortable 62-51 lead. But the Lancers put on a furious comeback and La Salle turned up the defensive pressure with Jairo Francia and Matt Kelley each picking up consecutive steals and leading a 9-0 late game  rally to cut the Blair lead to 62-60.   Blair junior Robbie Tucker then made four consecutive free throws to seal the game.    Tucker shot 6-6 from the free-throw line, and the Vikings overall shot 19-of-28 from the line.  . Jeremiah DeLeon led La Salle with 22 points.   Strawberry, a sophomore, showed flashes of brilliance, particularly during another Blair run in the third quarter. The 6-foot-2 wing scored on a layup, pull-up jumper and three free throws to extend Blair's lead to 10 points at 45-35.  Chris Rakiewicz was La Salle's leading rebounder with nine. Damion Jackson had eight for Blair.

Buena 76, Verdugo Hills 51-- Verdugo Hills (76) — Howe 2, Lee 4, Ushea 13, Staley 4, Urbina 3, Dillman 3, Gupilar 8, Castro 8. Buena (51) — Henggeler 2, Bolden 14, Dybvig 6, Smith 13, Jacobsen 3, Roberts 3, Meyer 10, Cobos 3, Skinner 2, Colton 20. 3-Point goals — Verdugo Hills 5 (Dill 1, Urbina 1, Ushea 3), Buena 7 (Meyer 3, Cobos 1, Roberts 1, Smith 1, Boldon

Buckley 95, AGBU 58-- All-CIF junior point guard David Gale scored 19 points (3-3 from behind the arc), dished out 8 assists and had 5 steals, while Liberty League MVP and All-CIF forward Colin Ward-Henninger scored 18 and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Griffins to a home-opener against AGBU.  Buckley led at the half 46-19, and then played mostly subs during the balance of the game, which saw every player on the roster score.  Matt Wolfe had 13 points while seniors Alex Clancy and Steve Broukhim had 9 and 8 respectively. Manny Ashekian led AGBU with 16.   Both teams will play next week in the Montclair Prep Tournament.

Chaffey 65, Garey 34----Daryl Sconiers scored 10 points and led Chaffey High with 15 rebounds as the Tigers' boys' basketball team pulled away in the second half Tuesday night for a 65-34 season-opening victory over Garey.  Cheddell Hunt scored 14 points, Brandon Walker added 11 and Anthony
Avina supplied 10 for Chaffey. Mikey Miranda contributed seven assists and nine points.   Chaffey outscored Garey 21-2 in the decisive third quarter, pushing the lead from eight at halftime to 27 points entering the final period.

Coachella Valley 44, Southwest 36-- The Arabs (2-0) were led by Arturo Lomeli who finished with a game high 26 points.

Coast Union 55, Greenfield 50--The Broncos had three players score in double figures as they won their season opener. Jake Aura had 15 points, Monte Soto 11 and Ryan Cooksey 10.  Coast Union did its best work in the first quarter, when it outscored Greenfield 20-15.

Desert Christian 76, Linfield 51-- Joshua Johnson led the Conquerors with 19 points, while Andrew Brattrud and Tim Smith provided the muscle underneath in the season opener.  Brattrud had 16 points and 17 rebounds while Smith had 15 points and 12 rebounds.  Desert Christian’s Javier Santana and Richard Mingue each had 12. Peter Haywood added two points for the Conquerors.

Desert Hot Springs 79, Sherman Indian 49-- Akeem Ray scored 19 points and Mateo Ortega finished with 16 for the Golden Eagles, while Hershon Moore and Jason Edmunds each scored 11. DHS (1-0) led 42-33 at the half but pulled away in the third with a 17-4 run.

Diamond Ranch 87, Don Lugo 63-- Diamond Ranch and Don Lugo combined to shoot 81 free throws in the game. Diamond Ranch took a 17-11 lead early in the game and built it to 47-18 by halftime. The Conquistadores turned the ball over 14 times during the second quarter though allowing scoring runs of 11-0 and 16-1. Forward Richard Coombs led the Panthers with 12 of his 18 points during the first half. Forward Garet Hill scored 12 of his 16 points in the quarter
and Kevin Plutko nailed a three-pointer in the final seconds.  Andy Galindo scored a game-high 23 points.  Aaron Williams and forward Kenneth Uborn scored 13 points apiece for Diamond Ranch while senior guard Daniel Knott added 11.

El Toro 63, Los Alamitos 56--Chris Parish had 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists to lead to lead the host Chargers (1-0). Ashkan Nazeri added 16 points, seven steals and four assists.

La Canada 83, Highland 72-- La Canada High managed to hold off a fourth-quarter rally by Highland High. The Spartans watched a 10-point fourth quarter lead fall to just three. La Canada (1-0 had four players score in double figures. With La Canada ahead, 75-70, center Greg Gaudino was fouled as he attempted a shot under the basket by Highland guard Idel Dawson. Gaudino made the shot and added the free throw as the Spartans took a commading eight-point lead. The junior finished with 16 points and a game-high 11 rebounds.  La Canada shot 31 for 61 (50.8%) from the field, compared to the Bulldogs 24 for 63 (38.1%).  Spartan junior guard Joel Kim had a team-high 17 points.  Highland senior point guard Gabriel Stevenson had a game-high 22 points and five steals.  Scoring by quarters: Highland 17 19 13 23 -- 72  La Canada 20 21 18 24 -- 83  Scorers: Highland -- G. Stevenson 22, Realzola 16, M. Stevenson 11, Dawson 8, Hargrove 6, Younan 4, Peevy 3, Jones 2. Three-pointers: G. Stevenson 3. Realzola 2. Dawson.  La Canada -- Kim 17. Gaudino 16. Ballard 14. Neyland 10. Moore 9. Swenson 6. Wang 5. Hofman 4. Turley 2.   Three-pointers: Kim 3. Ballard 2.

La Quinta (LQ) 85, Brawley 48--The Blackhawks George Gutierrez led La Quinta with 24 points. Paul St. Angelo had 16, Aaron Aceves 14 and Louis Murguia 10.  Despite some terrible shooting in the first quarter, the Blackhawks made up ground in the second quarter, outscoring Brawley 26-17 to take a 45-23 lead at halftime. La Quinta sealed the game with an 18-3 third quarter run. La Quinta used 14 steals to take control early. Ahead 45-23 at the half, La Quinta reeled off a 18-3 third-quarter run to seal the victory. BRAWLEY (49) -- Corral 4, Rivera 5, Sommevil 3, Margain 14, Melenderez 6, Santana 13, Lofton 4. LA QUINTA (85) -- Gutierrez 24, Moreno 4, Beavers 2, Matthews 4, Murguia 10, Martinez 7, St. Angelo 16, Aceves 14, Marrujo 4. Halftime score -- La Quinta 45-23. Three-point goals -- Rivera, Sommevil, Margain 3, St. Angelo 3, Martinez, Murguia. Total fouls -- Brawley 12, La Quinta 25. Fouled out -- Beavers, Martinez. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: La Quinta 1-0, Brawley 0-1.

La Serna 71, Bell Gardens 61-- Lancers off guard Anthony Martinez lit up the scoreboard for a career-high 40 points while Jason Koza added 13 in sparking La Serna to a 71-61 nonleague victory in the season opener for both teams at Bell Gardens High on Tuesday night. Martinez, a 6-foot-5 senior, drilled three 3-pointers and had 15 of the team's 21 second-quarter points en route to a 43-30 halftime lead.

Los Altos 73, Sante Fe 53--Josh Allen finished with a career-high 18 points, but it was solid half-court defense that keyed the Conquerors in their season-opening triumph.

Marelton (LA Magnet) 49, CSDR 45--Tyron Hunt scored four points in the game's final 30 seconds as Los Angeles Marelton survived a late rally and defeated host California School of the Deaf, Riverside in the season opener for both teams. Hunt made a field goal and two free throws after CSDR cut Marelton's 10-point fourth-period lead to one (45-44) with 30 seconds left. Kyle Bayarsky, who finished with 10 points for CSDR, missed 2 of 3 free throws with three seconds left. Hunt had a game-high 23 points and Jose Estouda added 14. Ontario Scott led CSDR with 12 points. LA MARELTON (49) -- Hunt 23, Estouda 14, Joesph 6, F.Silva 4, N.Chaung 2. CSDR (45) -- Scott 12, Bayarsky 10, J.Martinez 8, M.Amato 7, F.Alberre 6, B.Seward 2.Halftime score -- Marelton 20-19. Three-point goals -- Bayarsky 2, Martinez, Amato. Total fouls -- Marelton 20, CSDR 20. Records: CSDR 0-1, Marelton 0-1.

Mater Dei 107, La Habra 42--  One of three games at the Glendora Triple- Crown Classic, this one featured Mater Dei pounding away at La Habra as Cedric Bozeman shot 11 for 13 from the field and led the Monarchs (1-0) with 28 points. Ricky Porter added 12 points, and Harrison Schaen had 11 rebounds for Mater Dei, while Tony Magna had 12 points to lead the Highlanders (0-1).

Montclair Prep 76, St. Genevieve 57-- Montclair Prep (1-0) was led by Derek Danels with 30 points and 11 rebounds in the win over St. Genevieve. Others scoring for Montclair Prep included Hartummu 19, Trump 5, Kranzdorf 2, Kaufman 7, Anderle 8, and Abdul-Monsour 5.  

Moreno Valley 55, Palm Springs 49--Caleb Barton scored a team-high 17 points for Palm Springs, but it wasn't enough. Antonio Greer added another 14 for Palm Springs.

Newport Harber 73, Huntingon Beach 52--Junior Tony Melum (6'-6" Jr. SF) struggled in the first half but then he scored 18 of his 22 points and grabbed seven of his 10 rebounds in the final two quarters. Senior guard Aaron Yarnal finished with 17 points, while junior Greg Perrine added 13 points. Melum scored 11 of Newport's 21 third-quarter points. Huntington Beach was led by Drew Janovick's 15 points.  The fourth quarter became a free-throw fest for the Oilers, as Newport's defense softened up. Huntington Beach scored 13 of its 21 points from the line during the quarter. Jordan Spigner had 7 points, while freshman Jamie Diefenbach finished with 6.   Newport Harbor 16 13 21 23 - 73 Huntington Beach 13 4 14 21 - 52 Newport - Melum 22, Yarnal 17, Perrine 13, Spigner 7, Diefenbach 6, Peterson 4, Young 3, Hill 1, Cameron 0, Pajevic 0.  3 pt. goals - Perrine 2, Spigner 1, Yarnal 1.  Fouled out - None.   Huntington Beach - Janovick 15, DeHart 9, Sullivan 6, Harrison 6, Bailey 5, VanVoorhis 4, Kramer 2, Nitolama 2, Kokubin 2, Jaso 1.  3 pt. goals - Janovick 3.   Fouled out - None.

Norco 64, Norte Vista 51--NORTE VISTA (51) -- Hanley 22, Askans 5, Edwards 6, Darnall 10, Torres 6, Siezash 2. NORCO (64) -- Cuadra 2, Ericson 3, Smith 13, Lucas 2, Reyes 17, Ogunyoku 4, Burghgraes 4, Valenzuela 19.Halftime score -- Norco 25-24. Three-point goals -- Hanley 3, Reyes 2, Smith 1. Total fouls -- Norte Vista 8, Norco 11. Fouled out -- None. Records: Norco 1-0, Norte Vista 0-1

North County Chr. 58, Cuyama Valley 45--Jesse Cone had 18 points and 22 rebounds as the Crusaders won their season opener. North County took a slim three-point lead into the final quarter, but then outscored Cuyama Valley 18-8. Brian Ricks added 15 points for the Crusaders, while David Shannon had 10 points.

Oaks Christian 75, West Valley Christian 43--Sophomore Aron Cline scored 21 points, making all five of his three-point shots, to lead the Lions to a victory at Oaks Christian.  Sean Cline had 16 points and nine rebounds for Oaks Christian (1-0).

Paso Robles 60, Santa Maria 53--  Coach Scott Larson had 10 players score in the non-league game in Gil Asa Gym. Senior J.R. Webb led the way with 15 points, while Nate Anguiano and Ryan Twidwell each scored eight.   The Bearcats were without big men Ryan Hynes and Garrett Wesch, Joel Freitas was ejected in the second quarter and Webb played in foul trouble.

Pomona 67, Glendora 62-- The Red Devils (1-0) received a team-high 14 points from Embert Madison and 13 each from Donte Holden and Spencer Smith. Pomona led 17-14 after the first quarter, 37-30 at the half and 44-34 with just more than four minutes left in the third quarter.  Glendora (0-1), which graduated eight players from last season's 23-6 team got 13 points from junior Spencer Foster.

Redlands East Valley 85, Yucaipa 68-- Junior Center Steve Cook had a triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots to lead Redlands East Valley to a season-opening victory.EAST VALLEY (85) -- Vigil 17, Rogers 14, Picket 10, Jannelli 17, Brazelton 11, Cook 10. YUCAIPA (68) -- King 23, Croft 5, Lewis 7, Price 5, Orr 9, Brown 4, Renich 9. Halftime score -- East Valley 37-31. Three-point goals -- Vigil 4, Rogers 2, King 5, Croft, Adams, Lewis, Orr 2. Total fouls -- Redlands East Valley 12, Yucaipa 22. Fouled out -- Craig, Simmons. Records: (Yucaipa 0-1, Redlands East Valley 1-0)

Ribet Academy 67, Bell-Jeff 64--Bell Jeff came up three points short in the Lawrence Jenkins Memorial Game, behind Tyler Kealy's 18 points and 7 assists and Casey Markovic's 15 points and 14 rebounds.  Romel Cabrera scored 8 and had 4 steals while Andy Bunner finished with 13 points.  Ribet was led by Bayham with 19, Woods with 13, and Thomas with 12.

Riverside Poly 68,  Riverside Ramona 56 --Ramona 20, Poly 20. Riverside Poly had 61 rebounds and scored 50 points in the paint to prevail in its season opener.RIVERSIDE POLY (68) -- Parry 4, Salazar 1, Wood 12, Vonalz 18, Dunaj 17, Rangel 2, Tyson 6, Rennesen 2, Lopez 7. RAMONA (56) -- Lewis 4, Downey 5, Carr 18, Fletcher 14, Alex 6, Wilder 3, Mosqieda 2, Valentine 2, Henry 2. Halftime score -- Ramona 32-30. Three-point goals -- Fletcher 2, Wood 2. Total fouls -- Records: Ramona 0-1. Poly 1-0

Tarbut V'Torah 65, La Verne Calvary Baptist 40--Noam Dashti had a double-double with 18 points and 18 rebounds, and Geoff Keith added 35 points, including seven three-pointers, for the visiting Lions (1-0).

Temescal Canyon 83, Paloma Valley 36--TEMESCAL CANYON (83) -- Garrett 6, Maxey 20, Callahan 8, Williams 2, Zarbok 14, Ellenwood 6, Wing 10, Kelly 8, Roberson 9. PALOMA VALLEY (36) -- Hall 17, Vargas 2. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 41-14. Three-point goals -- Hall 3, Garrett 2, Maxey 2, Callahan 2, Wing, Roberson. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 20, Paloma Valley 18. Fouled out -- Garrett, Hall. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Temescal Canyon 1-0, Paloma Valley 0-1

Walnut 80, Bassett 58--Robert Mason poured in a game-high 20 points as the Mustangs had three players in double figures in a high-scoring team effort. Chase Carstensen (18 points) and James Wright (14 points) also had big offensive outings for Walnut. Ivan Velasco scored 14 points to pace the Olympians.

Tournament Games--Details

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitational Tournament"

Loara 61, Costa Mesa 49-- Costa Mesa, which enjoyed a 17-10 season last year and a trip to the CIF Southern Section Division III-AA playoffs, its first postseason experience in seven years, rallied in the second half behind its vaunted three-point shooting .  The Mustangs were 6 of 21 from beyond the arc in the second half, 10 of 35 in the game. After Loara built a sizable 39-20 halftime lead, the Mustangs outscored the Saxons in the third quarter, 14-7, then pulled to within eight points in the fourth quarter.  Mesa junior guard Nick Cabico netted a three-pointer early in the final quarter, then senior teammate Steve Whittaker (game-high 15 points) drained a long bomb with 4:28 left in the game to cut the Mustangs' deficit to 48-40.  Score by Quarters:  Costa Mesa 12 8 14 15 - 49 Loara 15 24 7 15 - 61   Costa Mesa - Payne 6, Krikorian 2, Gandia 0, Whittaker 15, Vakili 10, Biggio 0, Millward 0, Fregoso 0, Clark 0, Cabico 6, Conte 10.  3-pt. goals - Whittaker 5, Vakili 2, Conte 2, Cabico 1. Fouled out - None.  Technical fouls - None.  Loara - Brennan 12, Von Achen 9, Moses 12, Lozano 8, Hawkes 2, Bright 7, Sheldon 11, Roberson 0.   3-pt. goals - Brennan 2, Sheldon 2, Bright 1, Moses 1.  Fouled out - None.   Technical fouls - None.

Canyon 78, Troy 69--Derron Putnam scored 23 points and Darryl Parker added 14 rebounds to lead the Comanches (1-0) in the first round. The Comanches took a 24-13 lead after the first round, but the Warriors (0-1) outscored Canyon 28-17 in the second to tie the game at the half.

Beaumont Tournament
(First round)

Apple Valley 54, Rubidoux 42--Carlton Murray had a game-high 16 points and led Apple Valley to a victory over Rubidoux. Apple Valley held Rubidoux to four points in both the second and third quarter. Nathan Walker had eight points and 14 rebounds for RubidouxAPPLE VALLEY (54) -- Holden 9, Moore 6, Leapape 7, Origel 7, Murray 16, Sipes 9. RUBIDOUX (42) -- Williams 2, Owens 7, Walker 8, Murcio 11, Hemmings 6, Prator 6, Meadors 2. Halftime score -- Apple Valley 21-20. Three-point goals -- Holden 3, Origel 2, Owens 1, Mucio 2. Total fouls -- Rubidoux 26, Apple Valley 10. Fouled out -- Owens Walker Hemmings. Technical fouls -- Prator 1, Walker 1. Record: Rubidoux 0-1.

Moreno Valley 55, Palm Springs 49--MORENO VALLEY (55) -- Howard 15, Clarke 14, Bailey 10, Brown 7, Norwood 4, Dillon 3, Bundy 2. PALM SPRINGS (49) -- Barton 17, Greer 14, Nabhan 6, Berry 4, Dahlin 4. Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 30-24. Three-point goals -- Howard 3, Bailey 2, Dillon 1, Whitted 1. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 26; Palm Springs 16. Fouled out -- Greer, Ashley. Technical fouls -- Bundy. Records: Moreno Valley 1-0, Palm Springs 0-1.

Beaumont 51, Indio 46-- INDIO (46) -- King 10, Lopez 10, Nieto 2, Cruz 8, Issaccson 8. BEAUMONT (51) -- Mithell 12, Mendoza 13, Hackney 4, Curtis 14, Ramos 8. Halftime score -- Indio 26-23. Three-point goals -- Lopez 3, Cruz 1, Curtis 1. Total fouls -- Indio 20, Beaumont 20. Fouled out -- Soto, Hackney, Lopez. Records: (Beaumont 1-0, Indio 0-1)

Cerritos Gahr Tournament

Kaiser 81, Cerritos 73
Gahr 87, Norwalk 51
Lakewood 86, Gahr JV 52

Edison Tournament

Edison 98, University 92 (2OT)--The Chargers trailed by 13 points going in the third quarter but outscored the Trojans 27-15 in the fourth to force overtime in pool play. Edison's Matt Gonzales led all scorers with 38 points and Matt Furniss added 19 rebounds.

Laidlaw Tournamnent/JW North

Valley View 51,  Victor Valley 50--VICTOR VALLEY (50) -- Ackermann 2, M. Thompson 8, Chavez 4, Collins 5, J. Dillon 18, S. Thompson 4, K. Dillon 9. VALLEY VIEW (51) -- Cacho 5, Castille 2, Rogers 2, Thompson 7, McCann 12, Duffy 18, Somerville 5. Halftime score -- Valley View 26-18. Three-point goals -- J. Dillon 4, K. Dillon, McCann. Total fouls -- Victor Valley 16, Valley View 19. Fouled out -- McCann.Records: Victor Valley 0-1, Valley View 1-0.

Pacific 78, Perris 65--PERRIS (65) -- Gilliam 9, Miller 16, Johnson 15, Zimmer 15, Hunter 5, Ndukwe 4, Green 1. PACIFIC (78) -- Jury 25, Davis 11, Kinster 15, Adams 25, Cole 2. Halftime score -- Pacific 32-29. Three-point goals -- Gilliam, Johnson 2, Jury 3, Davis 2, Kinster 2, Adams 4. Total fouls -- Perris 19, Pacific 15. Fouled out -- Gilliam, Zimmer, Cole. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Pacific 1-0, Perris 0-1.

Mira Costa Tournament

West Torrance 51, Carson 44--Senior power forward Matt Ballante scored 19 points and junior shooting guard Brad Dolick had 14 points and seven rebounds to lead West in both teams' season opener.

Mira Costa 52, Banning 38--Senior point guard Jacob Insler of Mira Costa (1-0) was the only player to score in double figures and the Mustangs went on a 21-7 third-quarter run to defeat Banning (0-1). Chase Wixom scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds as nine different players scored. Joey Saavendra led Banning with nine points.

Redondo Union 49th Annual Pacific Shores Tournament

Long Beach Poly 74, Serra 49--Poly went on a 17-12 second-quarter run and then outscored Serra (0-1), 42-24, in the second half.   Willie Asburry led Serra with 17 points. Point guard Carlos Rivers finished with 22 points, while Reggie Butler finished with 23.

Morningside 61, Compton 49--Marlon Brisco led three Morningside scorers in double figures with 16 points in the opening round. David Payne added 13 points, and Praise Odiakosa scored 12. Morningside (1-0) opened up the game with a 20-4 run in the third quarter. Daveon Cole had 20 points for Compton.

Fairfax 95, Valencia 59-- Junior forward Evan Burns led all scorers with 34 points, including 17 of the first 19 points for the Lions. Alex Bausley scored 23 points for Fairfax, while Albert Ingram led Valencia with 15 points.

Westchester 110, North Torrance 44 Hassan Adams scored 15 points to lead five Westchester scorers in double figures for a 110-44 victory over North Torrance in the first round of the Redondo Pacific Shores Tournament.   Chad Bell added 14 points as Westchester (1-0) took off to a 26-14 lead after the first quarter and a 52-23 lead at half. Kenny Brown scored 23 points to lead North (0-1).

Santa Barbara Tournament

Dos Pueblos 79, St. Joseph Santa Maria 56-- St. Joseph was short-handed on the second day of the Santa Barbara County Tournament, and Ryan Smith, Dustin Kelly and Brian Nunez, all standout football players, weren't able to play because they're preparing for a CIF semifinal game against Paso Robles on Friday night. Dos Pueblos junior guard Steve Graybill scored a career-high 30 points, 24 of them in the first half. He ailed 13-of-21 shots from the floor for the game. In the first half he hit 10-of-16 shots, including four 3-pointers. Dos Pueblos senior Ken Sherman pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds while scoring six points. Scott Roegner poured in 14 points off the bench while fellow senior Damon Jenkins added 11 points, seven boards and five assists.  For the game, DP shot 46.3 percent while St. Joseph hit 43.7 percent of its shots. Drew Zilli, a junior guard, led the Knights with 16 points and six rebounds. Freshman Anthony Silva was the only other Knight in double-figure points with 13. St. Joseph -- Zilli 16, Silva 13, DePriest 8, Tilley 6, Adams 5, Barba 5, Kussler 3. DOS PUEBLOS -- Graybill 30, Roegner 14, Jenkins 11, Sherman 6, Ortiz 4, Flores 3, Menna 2, Aguilera 2, Dillon 2, Cowan 2, Dalley 2. St. Joseph . . . 17 13 16 10 -- 56 Dos Pueblos . . . 22 17 27 13 -- 79  3-point goals-- SJ 2 (Adams, Silva), DP 5 (Graybill 4, Flores). Rebounds -- SJ 21 (Zilli 6), DP 38 (Sherman 16). Fouled out -- Barba.

Santa Barbara 76, Cabrillo (Lompoc) 48-- Santa Barbara got 29 points from Dommanic Ingerson in a 76-48 rout over Cabrillo. Ingerson also pulled down seven rebounds as the Dons (2-0) won their 23rd consecutive game at home. Cabrillo held close in the first quarter, trailing 13-10, but Lavender said his team's defense made the difference in the second quarter. The Dons' Trey Putnam added nine points. Santa Barbara will travel to play Arroyo Grande at 7:30 p.m. today. Cabrillo-- Valdivia 7, Drake 7, Kornagy 8, Belton 4, Smith 7, Jenkins 2, Lee 6, McNease 7. Totals 16 11-16 48  Santa Barbara-- Putnam 9, Givens 2, DeRose 4, Russel 7, Burrous 4, Koester 9 , Ingerson 29, Bogan 2, Navarro 2, Duke 4, Waterman 4, Eckmans 0. Totals 33 5-7 76. Cabrillo . . . 10 14 14 10 -- 48 Santa Barbara . . . 13 27 18 18 -- 76  3-point goals -- C 5 (Kornagy 2), SB 6 (Ingerson 3). Fouled out -- none.

Saugus Tournament

Crescenta Valley 94, Highland 87-- Crescenta Valley rolled to a 94-87 victory over Highland in their first round game of the Saugus Tournament. James Jenkins scored 35 points and 10 rebounds, while Jimmy Goffredo shooting five for 8 from three point range added another 30 points, six assists and five rebounds, while Chris Tarne (6'-1" Jr. PG) added 16 points and an outrageous 14 assists to lead the Falcons (1-0).  Highland (0-2) was led by Gabriel Stevenson's 23 points and Mike Stevenson's 17. The Bulldogs made 14 3-pointers, including four in the fourth quarter.

Oxnard 87, Glendale 56--Nick Curtis scored 29 points, 11 revbounds, and had three slam dunks to lead the Yellowjackets (2-0) past the Nitros (0-1). Oxnard used its press to force several Glendale turnovers in the third quarter and break open a close game. The Yellowjackets outscored Glendale 25-13 in the period. Riley Van Patten and Varooj Karibyan each scored 12 points for Glendale, which trailed 21-19 after one period. Erik Webb scored 14 and Jonathan Davis added 12 assists for the Yellowjackets.  Glendale (56) — Calton 3,-Nicolas 6, Avet 2, Gurrero 8, Van Hatten 12, Karibyan 12, Thomas 2, Galveston 2, Baroni 2, Hall 7. Oxnard (87) — Parker 3, Webb 14, Curtis 29, Adair 3, Latimer 2, Simmons 5, Monette 11, Ludy 12, Murray 8.Glendale 18 9  12 17—56 Oxnard 21 19 25 22—87 3-Point goals — Oxnard 12  (Webb 3, Monette 3, Simmons 3, Curtis 2, Parker 1). Rebounds — Oxnard: Ludy 8, Curtis 11. Assists — Oxnard: Davis 12.

Saugus 96, Van Nuys 55 --Bradford Sayer scored 17 points to lead a balanced scoring attack for the Centurions (1-0), who had four other players in double figures. Kevin Valle had 15 points. Trevor Dahl hit all five of his field-goal attempts and finished with 13 for Saugus. Saugus was 19 of 20 from the free-throw line, with Sayer going 7 for 7.  Van Nuys (0-1) was led by Chris Decipeda, who finished with 12 points, and Lejohn Perkins and Ron Coleman added eight points apiece. Coleman fouled out with 4 minutes left in the game.

Buena 76, Verdugo Hills 51--Canoga Park transfer Leon Usher had 19 points but the host Dons (0-1) were unable to contain Buena's Matt Colton, who scored a game-high 20 and added 17 rebounds. Roosevelt Boldon added 14 points, Highlas Smith 13 and Bobby Meyer 10 for the Bulldogs (1-0).

Simi Valley Tip-off Tournament

Taft 84, Royal 47-- Taft went on a 33-6 run before halftime, which really sealed this game. Steve Smith scored 12 of his game-high 23 points in the second quarter,  finishing the game with 10 rebounds and five assists. Point guard Mustafa Asghari scored 19 points, five assists.  Royal almost won the second half, since Taft only outscored the Highlanders by a single point in the second half. Joel Hendershot was high scorer for the Highlanders with 16 points, followed by Jason Burchfield with 8 points.

Simi Valley 87, El Camino Real 47--The six-time defending tourney champs were led by 6-9 center Dustin Villepigue's  27 points and 16 rebounds, and Danny Bellefontaine came off thebench for 14 points and 8 boards. Jered Weaver added another 14 points. Spencer Schulte spearheaded the El Camino Real effort with 13 points, including three 3-pointers. David Rebibo added 10 more points for El Camino. Simi Valley will face Santa Clara in today's second round. El Camino (47) —Schulte 13, Rebibo 10, Catoe 4, Kevin Rodriguez 2, Neale 2, Keith Rodriguez 2, Hunt 1, Colston 1, Manson 1. Simi Valley (87) — D. Bellefontaine 14, KC Bellefontaine 9, Villepigue 27, Martin 8, Shaw 3, Massredjian 2, Weaver 14, Grandchamp 9. Camino 11 14 9 13—47 Simi Valley 21 19 20 27—87 Rebounds — Dustin Villepigue (SV) 16.

Santa Clara 60, Littlerock 51 --Donzell Davis scored 22 points and Tim Lajoie chipped in 16 to push the Saints to victory. Jason Smith led Littlerock with 22 points.

Granada Hills 73, Rio Mesa 69--Manny Cortez scored 8 of the Highlanders' 25 points in a game-deciding second quarter. Cortez finished with 16 points, while Eddie Degeman tossed in 14 points apiece.

Camarillo 52, Santa Paula 49--Matt Wallman scored a layup in the final 30 seconds followed by Jimmy Alstot's two free throws as Camarillo edged Santa Paula 52-49 in the first round of the 16th annual Simi Valley Tipoff Classic. Santa Paula had a chance, but Ryan Frutos missed a 3-pointer beyond halfcourt at the buzzer.  Camarillo plays Chaminade tonight at 8 at Camarillo High in the second round. Newbury Park will play Chatsworth at 6:30. Camarillo's Ian Caldwell scored 13 points. David Reichel and Wallman each added eight points.  Santa Paula's Luis Rico scored 12 points while Ernie Lopez and Joe Mata each had 10 points. Caldwell scored 11 points in the first half as Camarillo battled to a 22-22 deadlock. Santa Paula (49) — Lopez 10, Frutos 7, A. Rico 6, Mata 10, L. Rico 12, Busto 4.Camarillo (52) — Alstot 2, Caldwell 13, Boyer 6, West 3, Jungwirth 7, Reichel 8, Rasp 5, Wallman 8. 3-Point goals — Santa Paula 3 (Frutos 1, Mata 2); Camarillo 2 (West, Rasp). Fouled out — Lopez.

Newbury Park 67, North Hollywood 65--Aaron Bobik scored 21 points in leading Newbury Park to victory. Chris Randall added 14 points and Adam Carslon tossed in nine points. North Hollywood's Gus Ruiz scored 22 points. Newbury Park took control of the game with a 26-9 surge in the first quarter. North Hollywood (57) — Kim 2, Jenkins 2, Howsetr 7, Lett 1, Ruiz 22, Davinport 8, James 16. Newbury Park (65) — Walker 2, McLemore 4, Bobik 21, Vann 6, Flores 4, Randall 14, Christensen 2, Meru 4, Carlson 9.3-Point goals — North Hollywood 5 (House 1, Ruiz 2, James 2); Newbury Park 4 (Carlson 1, Randall 1, Bobik 2)

Chaminade 75, Ventura 36--Chaminade jumped out to a 23-6 lead after the first quarter en route to its first-round win. Trevor Robinson led Ventura (0-1) with 14 points. Ventura will play Santa Paula today at 5 p.m. Chaminade (75) — Everett 2, Sheslow 5, Bencharit 2, Johnson 3, Hufford 13, Arceo 6, O’Gilvie 5, Borchard 17, Jones 5, Alfonso 3, S. Jones 4, Tietzrak 2, Todd 8. Ventura (36) — Dimmich 2, Johnson 2, Yanez 2, Shaw 11, Dixon 3, Robinson 14, Wagner 2.

Chatsworth 67, Monroe 51-- Brandon Robinson scored 10 points while Shayne Berrry had 25 to leageu Chatsworth (1-0) to a first round win over Monroe.   Gary Gyullan scored 17 for Monroe (0-2) in the loss.

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