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Game Scores and Details From
Wednesday, 11/29/00--( Nov. 30, 2000)

These scores and game details are far from complete, but they're what we've managed to cobble together from what folks have sent us and from the data that's been published both in print and online from today's local papers.   We are missing some game details and we'll try to get them during the rest of the day.  Likewise, if you know of a game we've missed send it 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 have been able to get box scores and details, they are shown starting here (and by scrolling down from there).

LA City Section Non-League/Tournament Game Scores

Bravo Tournament
Huntington Park 65, LA Wilson 60

Southern Section Non-League/Non-Tournament Game Scores

A.B. Miller 76, San Gorgonio 49
Arcadia 45, Maranatha 38
Bassett 39, Mountain View 43
CEDU 33, Lake Arrowhead Christian 29
Fairmont 89, Southlands Christian 42
Murrieta Valley 55, Vista 39
Muir 61, Verbum Dei 48
Ocean View 69, Santa Ana Valley 37
Paramount 66, Norwalk 57
Redlands 70, Rancho Cucamonga 49
Salesian 69, Mary Star 49
San Marino 65, Southwestern 21
Santa Ynez 74, Templeton 56
St. Genevieve 53, AGBU (Armenian General Benevolent) 51
St. Paul 58, LeLycee 38
Tarbut V' Torah 72, Long Beach Zinsmeyer 43
Whittier 51, Whitney 35

Tournament Games--Scores

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitational Tournament"
Anaheim 69, Orange 48
Esperanza 62, Servite 53

BCW (Buchanan-Clovis West Tournament)
Pool Play
Dominguez 68, Hanford 58
Oakland Tech 72, Fresno Edison 58
Central 66, Deer Valley 37
Rocklin 69, Buchanan 60
Sylmar 72, Madera 70 (OT)

Beaumont Tournament
Quarterfinals
Temecula Chaparral 54, Hemet 43
San Bernardino 63, Coachella Valley 56
Rim of the World 82, Moreno Valley 75

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
Fullerton 48, St. Monica 45
Calvary Chapel Downey 96, Eastside (Heritage) Christian 24

Buena Park Coyote Classic
Kennedy 59, Saddleback 39
Sunny Hills 61, Rancho Alamitos 48

Burbank-Hoover Torunament
First Round

Pasadena Marshall 58, Burroughs 55

Cerritos Gahr Tournament
Narbonne 76, Bellflower 65
Wilson 61, Kaiser 55
Jefferson 80, Bravo 51
Gahr 78, Ramona 34
Lakewood 85, Marshall 58

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournamnent
Pool Play

Corona Centennial 68, Valley View 32
Pomona 40, Etiwanda 37

La Habra Tournament
Downey 57, Tustin 51

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Invitiational
San Francisco Urban 73, Laguna Blanca 67
New Roads 55, Grace Brethern 47
Antelope Valley Christian 58, Villanova Prep 54
King's Academy 69,  West Valley Christian 48
Windward 55, Woodland 42
Holy Martyrs 45, Hillcrest Christian 35

Mira Costa Tournament
Banning 61, St. Bernard 57
Carson 49, Chadwick 46
Mira Costa 46, Torrance 41
Peninsula 56, West Torrance 35

Mission Viejo Reebok Diablo Inferno
San Clemente 82, Bolsa Grande 53
Mission Viejo 72, San Pedro 54

Pacifica Tournament
Artesia 57, Edison 54
University 76, South Gate 75
Riverside La Sierra 67, Century 57
Long Beach Cabrillo 63, Pacifica 54

Redondo Union 49th Annual Pacific Shores Tournament
Championship Bracket

Bishop Montgomery 82, Leuzinger 56
Westchester 64, Long Beach Poly 56
Redondo 65, Morningside 48
Consolation Bracket
Compton 76, Hawthorne 70
Gardena 53, Valencia 52
Serra 64, North Torrance 52

Rosamond Tournament
Lancaster 70, Desert 55
Quartz Hill 82, Lone Pine 62
Antelope Valley 74, Mojave 57
Rosamond 68, Taft 59

Rosemead Tournament
La Salle 91, Ganesha 50
Hacienda Heights Wilson 69, South Hills 60
Dorsey 86, Rosemead 56

Santa Barbara Tournament
Lompoc 71, St. Joseph Santa Maria 55
Arroyo Grande 64, Santa Barbara 57
Dos Pueblos 61, Righetti 57
Cabrillo 53, Carpinteria 44

Saugus Tournament
Canyon 80, Highland 70
Westlake 78, Van Nuys 36
Glendale 50, Stockdale 44
Ridgecrest Burroughs  75, Verdugo Hills 37

Serrano Diamondback Shootout
Sultana 57, Jurupa Valley 56
Silverado 58, El Segundo 54
Granite Hills 72, Barstow 44-

Simi Valley Tip-off Tournament
Championship Bracket

Chatsworth 76, Newbury Park 73
Taft 78, Granada Hills 73.
Camarillo 66, Chaminade 63.
El Camino Real 64, Littlerock 61
Consolation Games
North Hollywood 49, Monroe 36
El Camino Real 64, Littlerock 61 
Santa Paula 69, Ventura 51
Rio Mesa 61, Royal 32

Venice Tournament
Championship Bracket

Locke 56, University 45
Venice 69, Bell 59
Garfield 55, Reseda 50
Consolation
Hollywood 62, Roosevelt 47
King Drew 84, Valley Alternative 68

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

 

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

A.B. Miller 76, San Gorgonio 49--The visiting Rebels reeled off a 26-5 first-quarter run and were never threatened in the nonleague game.  Jeremiah Ward scored 16 points, Jacob Ramirez had 15 and Victor Michel added 13 for A.B. Miller (2-0), which also got 12 rebounds from Eric Scott. Nine different Rebels scored four of them in double figures. Malcolm Taylor also scored 10 points, shooting 2-for-3 from behind the three-point arc.

CEDU 33,  Lake Arrowhead Christian 29-- LAKE ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (29) -- Heiser 4, Kinsley 11, Moody 6, Netherland 8, Risden 0. CEDU (33) -- Fowler 2, Stien 11, McMillan 2, Maile 4, Geller 14. Halftime score -- Lake Arrowhead Christian 15-10. Three-point goals -- Kinsley. Total fouls -- Lake Arrowhead Christian 15, CEDU 14. Fouled out -- Risden. Records: Lake Arrowhead Christian 0-1, CEDU 1-0.

Ocean View 69, Santa Ana Valley 37--Marques Crane had 23 points and Neal Smith added 13, leading the visiting Seahawks (1-0) past the Roadrunners.  David Werdel had 18 points and Alex Oregel 12 for Santa Ana Valley (1-1), which trailed 39-18 at the half.

Redlands 70, Rancho Cucamonga 49--RANCHO CUCAMONGA (49) -- Gilcrest 8, Autona 4, Williams 4, Hamilton 7, Acura 3, Steinmetz 2, Alyer 12, Brown 2, Spenser 2, Watts 5. REDLANDS (70) -- Parsha 10, MacKenzie 6, Porter 5, Roberts 22, Kaura 6, Burgan 14, Graham 7. Halftime score -- Redlands 30-27. Three-point goals -- Acura, Watts, Roberts 3. Total fouls -- Rancho Cucamonga 20, Redlands 17. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Redlands 1-0, Rancho Cucamonga 0-2.

Salesian 61, Mary Star 49--Mary Star's Jack Kalmeta had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Adrian Navarro had 15 points, but it was not enough as the Stars (0-1) fell in their season opener

Santa Ynez 74, Templeton 56--Clint Billings scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter to help the Pirates win their season opener. Matt McKinney added 16 points, Mike Wooten 12 and J.T. Gilmoure 10. SANTA YNEZ -- Muller 5, Gilmour 10, Wooten 12, McKinney 16, Dreher 5, Billings 20, Palmer 2, Greath 4. Totals 28 12-14 74 TEMPLETON -- Grimes 8, Ramos 3, Kuhn 23, Hudson 5, Chapman 6, Hoy 11. Totals 16 17-29 56  Santa Ynez . . . 20 16 20 18 -- 74 Templeton . . . 8 17 10 21 -- 56 3-point goals--SY 6 (Billings 3, Wooten 2, Dreher), T 3 (Ramos, Kuhn, Udsen). Total fouls--SY 27, T 16. Fouled out--Ramos, Dreher.

St. Genevieve 53, Armenian General Benevolent 51--Aras Apik scored 28 points but missed a 14-footer with four seconds left for the Armens (0-2) in a nonleague game at Armenian General Benevolent.

Tarbut V' Torah 72, Long Beach Zinsmeyer 43--Geoff Keith had 25 points and Noam Dashti had 20 points and 18 rebounds for host Tarbut V' Torah (2-0).

Tournament Games--Details

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitational Tournament"

Anaheim 69, Orange 48-- Anaheim senior Quinn Hawking scored a game-high 33 points for the Colonists (1-1) in the second round of the consolation bracket. Senior guard Brandon Clark scored 23 points for Orange (0-2).

Esperanza 62, Servite 53--Mark Davidson and Mark Lovein each scored 18 points to lead the Aztecs (2-0) past the Friars. Esperanza rallied from a 45-38 deficit in the fourth quarter to earn the victory. Brian Traska had 16 points and Erik Hilde added 10 for Servite (1-1).

BCW (Buchanan-Clovis West Tournament)
Pool Play

Dominguez 68, Hanford 58--Tyson Chandler scored 15 points in Dominguez' first game of the season without head coach Russell Otis, who is currently on paid administrative leave pending resolution of criminal charges which have been made against him.  Otis was arraigned Tuesday on charges of sexually molesting a player who transferred earlier this season, and entered a plea of not guilty.   According to a story in today's LA Times by Gary Klein who is up in Fresno at the tournament, the absence of Otis hasn't seemed to bother the Dominguez players. Chandler also had 11 rebounds and 13 blocked shots.  Chandler won the opening tip and dunked off an alley-oop pass from Darius Sanders on the first possession. Chandler scored in similar fashion throughout the game.  The Dons led at the end of the first quarter, 19-11, and at halftime, 35-23. Hanford pulled to within 51-45 with 6:10 left but Chandler answered with a slam dunk, ending the threat.   Bobby Jones (6'-6" Jr. SG) led the Dons with 27 points.

Oakland Tech 72, Fresno Edison 58-- The Tigers fell behind 21-0 and trailed 30-5 before attempting a comeback which fell 14 points short.   Edison didn't score until Gilbert Myles' shot from the top of the key with 2:57 left in the first quarter and they trailed 26-3 at the end of the first quarter. Behind Leon Powe (6'-7" So. F)  who scored a game-high 24 points, the Oakland Bulldogs managed to keep the game under control. Powe scored eight of his 12 fourth-quarter points to spark a 14-3 run that gave the Bulldogs a 62-48 lead with 4:15 left. Edison got as close as 62-55 with 2:07 remaining. 

Central 66, Deer Valley 37 -- Sal Espinoza scored a game-high 17 points and Adam Wall had 11 for Central 

Rocklin 69, Buchanan 60-- The Bears jumped to the early lead on back-to-back 3-pointers by Marty Beal but fell short.  

Sylmar 72, Madera 70 (OT) --Jeff Morse scored 10 of his 16 points in overtime as Sylmar beat Madera. Alonzo Garcia led Madera with 17 points.

Beaumont Tournament
Quarterfinals

Chaparral 54, Hemet 43--no details available.

San Bernardino 63,  Coachella Valley 56--San Bernardino outscored Coachella Valley 28-10 in the fourth quarter and came back to defeat the Arabs in the quarterfinals.  Junior guard Walter White scored 13 of his game-high 34 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Cardinals, who will play Temecula Chaparral in the championship semifinals at 6 p.m. Friday.  COACHELLA VALLEY (56) -- Perez 4, Badena 6, Torres 2, Bautista 7, Lomeli 20, Anaya 4, Garcia 11, Gonzalez 2. SAN BERNARDINO (63) -- Thomas 2, Nonnette 2, Tidwell 4, Evans 6, White 34, Palmore 4, Edmonds 4, Johnson 7. Halftime score -- Coachella Valley 27-23. Three-point goals -- White 3. Total fouls -- Coachella Valley 13, San Bernardino 30. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Daniels, San Bernardino (ejected, flagrant foul).  Records: San Bernardino 2-0, Coachella Valley 1-1.

Rim of the World 82,  Moreno Valley 75-- Senior guard Mike George scored 34 points for Rim of the World. Moreno Valley trailed by 22 points midway through the third quarter but got as close as three points with four minutes. MORENO VALLEY (75) -- Howard 11, Clark 12, Norwood 3, Brown 9, Bundy 12, Cunley 11, Ashley 12, Bailey 2, McNeil 3 RIM OF THE WORLD (82) -- George 34, Pattison 2, Urbina 15, Creswell 20, Jurado 6, Oliver 5 Halftime score -- Rim of the World 41-31. Three-point goals -- Howard, Clark, Cunley 2, McNeil, Bundy, George 4. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 19, Rim of the World 17. Fouled out -- Jurado. Technical fouls -- Moreno Valley coach. Records: Rim of the World 2-0, Moreno Valley 1-1.

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Tournament

Fullerton 48, St. Monica 45--Virgil Bobar scored 14 points and pulled down 10 boards, while Antwan Banks scored 11  and   seven assists to lead the Indians (1-1) past the Mariners (1-1).  Fullerton held on for the victory despite being outscored 15-4 in the fourth quarter.

Buena Park Coyote Classic

Kennedy 59, Saddleback 39--Rhema McKnight and Steven Kim had 11 points each for the Fighting Irish (2-0).  Ismael Isais scored 14 points for Saddleback (1-2). 

Sunny Hills 61, Rancho Alamitos 48-- Anthony Van Wyk scored 12 points and Adam Castillo added 10 assists and five steals for the Lancers (2-0), who trailed 23-21 at the half.  The Vaqueros  are now 0-2.

Burbank Hoover Tournament

Pasadena Marshall 58, Burroughs 55--Keith Jarbo scored 16 points for the Indians (0-1) in a first-round game of the Hoover-Burbank tournament.

Cerritos Gahr Tournament

Narbonne 76, Bellflower 65--Reggie Simms scored 17 of his game-high 27 points in the fourth quarter as the Gauchos held off the Buccaneers (1-1) at Gahr High. Beto Delgado also scored 17 points for Narbonne (2-0) who will play the Cerritos JV team tonight at Gahr. Senior guard Terrell Hendricks led Bellflower in scoring with 16 points while his backcourt teammate, Justin Allen, had 10.   Wilson 61, Kaiser 55: Senior center Quishawn Harrell scored 14 points and junior forward Jason Malone had 12 as the Bruins came from behind to beat the Cats at Cerritos High. Wilson trailed by as many as 10 points in the first half before coming back. They will now play host Cerritos tonight at 7:30 p.m.  Uzoma Mmeje scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Wilson 61, Kaiser 55--Senior center Quishawn Harrell scored 14 points and junior forward Jason Malone had 12 as the Bruins came from behind to beat the Cats at Cerritos High. Wilson trailed by as many as 10 points in the first half before coming back. They will now play host Cerritos tonight at 7:30 p.m.

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournamnent
Pool Play

Pomona 40, Etiwanda 37-- Forward Embert Madison scored a team-high 12 points for the Red Devils (2-0), who rallied from a 23-19 halftime deficit. John Dang scored all nine of his points in the third quarter for unranked Pomona and teammate William Tosca added nine points, including seven in the fourth quarter.  Defending Mount Baldy League champion Etiwanda (1-1) got a game-high 14 points from Jonathan Boyd. 

Corona Centennial 68, Valley View 32--Corona Centennial outscored Moreno Valley Valley View 23-0 in the second quarter forcing  20 turnovers in the first half and 34 overall. Jamaal Williams scored a game-high 17 points for Centennial, which  plays Victor Valley at 6 p.m. tonight. Valley View (32) -- Duffy 8, Hayes 4, Bradley 2, McCann 5, Rogers 9, Ambrisco 4 Centennial (68) -- L.Soderberg 8, Sybesma 11, Reese 16, J.Williams 17, E.Soderberg 6, Gonzales 6, Alexander 1, Staten 1, Brisman 2  Halftime score -- Centennial 39-7. Three-point goals -- Reese 2, Rogers. Total fouls -- Valley View 14, Centennial 14. Technical fouls -- Valley View bench. Records: Centennial 1-0, Valley View 1-1.

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Invitiational

San Francisco Urban 73, Laguna Blanca 67-- Guard Zac Thomas scored a game-high 32 points as San Francisco-Urban School defeated the Owls 73-67 in the first round of the Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Invitational on Wednesday.   Laguna Blanca's Eric Gebe scored 13 points and dished 8 assists. Sophomore Andy Nelson pulled down 8 rebounds and scored 8 points. SF -- Belcher 18, Ostroff 4, Naidas 17, Irwin 2, Thomas 32. Totals 28 13-25 73. LB -- Gebe 13, Kaufman 6, Jeffrey 3, Wicks 16, Nelson 8, Scott 15, Lewis 6. Totals 24 11-20 67. Urban . . . 11 26 15 21 -- 73 Laguna Blanca . . . 20 10 22 15 -- 67 3-point goals -- SFU 4 (Nadias 4), LB 8 (Gebe, Scott 3). Fouled out -- Nelson, Vidor. Technical -- Laguna Blanca will be at home to play Hillcrest Christian at 5:00 p.m. today.

New Roads 55, Grace Brethern 47-- No details were available.

Antelope Valley Christian 58, Villanova Prep 54--No details were available.

King's Academy 69,  West Valley Christian 48--No details were available.

Windward 55, Woodland 42 --No details were available.

Holy Martyrs 45, Hillcrest Christian 35 --No details were available.

Mira Costa Tournament

Banning 61, St. Bernard 57-- Banning trailed by 18 at the half, but came back to win. Banning's Joey Saavedra led all scorers with 19 points and Marshawno Gauff led St. Bernard (0-2) with 16 points. Banning (1-1) plays Torrance on Friday.

Carson 49, Chadwick 46--Ekene Ibekwe led Carson with 11 points as the Colts took a 31-18 lead at halftime and then held on to defeat Chadwick. Peter McCaslin led Chadwick with 23 points.

Mira Costa 46, Torrance 41--Jason Shamburg scored 11 points and had nine steals, five rebounds and four assists as the Mustangs (2-0) defeated Torrance in pool play. IV Wiley added 10 points for Mira Costa and Marshawn Williams led Torrance with nine points.

Peninsula 56, West Torrance 35-- Kevin Gardner scored a game-high 18 points as Peninsula outscored West 34-15 in the second half. Matt Bellante scored 13 points to lead West.

Mission Viejo Reebok Diablo Inferno

San Clemente 82, Bolsa Grande 53--James Hartman had 17 points, Matt King 14, Jordan Fleener 12 and Curtis Bush had 10 points for San Clemente (2-0), which faces Foothill Friday in the last round of pool play.  Omar Amaral had 27 points for Bolsa Grande (0-2). David Doan added 10 for Bolsa Grande.

Mission Viejo 72, San Pedro 54--Travis Niesen had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Mission Viejo (2-0). Greg Villanuva had 15 points for the Diablos who outscored San Pedro 22-11 in the third quarter.

Pacifica Premier Tournament

Artesia 57, Edison 54--Sophomore guard Kirk Wilson hit two free throws with :05 left in regulation and Edison's (1-1) Beau Roquemore missed a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer as the Pioneers advanced to the semifinals. Artesia trailed by as many as 9 points in the fourth quarter before they came back mostly on the strenghth of Tony Roberts, who scored 12 of his 17 points in the final period. Malcolm Herron led the Pioneers, who improved to 2-0, with 20 points. They will now play Irvine University in the semifinals at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. 

University 76, South Gate 75--University erased a 14 point, third-quarter deficit, rallying to defeat South Gate, 76-75, in the second round of the Pacifica boys' basketball tournament Wednesday at Pacifica High.  Trailing 59-45 with three minutes to play in the third period, the Trojans (1-1) rallied and took their first lead of the game on David Feistel's free throw with 14 seconds to play.  Senior guard Jason Garey made six three-pointers and had a game-high 23 points and University's Hiro Christoph added 15. 

La Sierra 67, Century 57-- The Eagles used a 10-0 run in the third quarter to pull away.  Brandon Cryder and Jeff Midget (is that a great name, or what for a basketball player?) each scored five points in the quarter. La Sierra will play Pacifica in the championship semifinals Friday at 8 p.m.  CENTURY (57) -- Pineda 21, Varga 2, Serretti 17, Johnson 6, Avilas 12. LA SIERRA (67) -- Cryder 22, Rincon 16, Johnson 4, Segura 2, Maxim 4, Reese 3, Midget 14, Biggs 2.  Halftime score -- La Sierra 33-29. Three-point goals -- Pineda 4, Cryder 4, Reese. Total fouls -- Century 16, La Sierra 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: La Sierra 2-0, Century 1-1.

Redondo Union 49th Annual Pacific Shores Tournament

Bishop Montgomery 82, Leuzinger 56-- Bishop Montgomery won, as did Long Beach Jordan, and the two teams will play in one of two semifinals on Friday at 6:00 p.m.  Bishop Montgomery's Errick Craven had 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting.  Bishop Montgomery is 2-0 while Leuzinger is now 1-1 on the season. UC Irvine signee DeVaughn Peace had 14 points and six rebounds while Leland Dodd and Fred Washington both added 12 points for BM. Dodd shot 5-7 from the field.  Lamont Smith, scored 15 of his team-high 17 points in the fourth quarter for Leuzinger.

Westchester 64, Long Beach Poly 56--A 17-12 fourth-quarter run gave Westchester the win over a Poly team which was missing all of its football players, who won't return for at least another week. David Warsaw and Brandon Heath scored 14 points each for the Comets. 

Redondo 65, Morningside 48--Redondo will now meet Westchester in one of two semifinals to be played on Friday as both of the favorites won their quarterfinal games. Redondo played a sloppy game, committing 24 turnovers, and had three players foul out. Redondo (2-0) jumped out to a 26-14 lead early in the second quarter, but following two Redondo turnovers, Morningside cut the deficit to 26-20. Dijon Thompson was not one of the players who fouled out, finishing with 25 points on 12-23 shooting from the filed. The UCLA-signee also had 13 boards, but committed 8 turnovers himself. Marlon Brisco led Morningside, scoring 16 points while Dave Payne added 12.   Morningside committed 27 turnovers of their own.

Consolation Bracket

Compton 76, Hawthorne 70--Compton's Daveon Cole scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Tarbabes in the consolation bracket. Hawthorne led after the first quarter, but was outscored 20-8 in the second and could not recover.

Gardena 53, Valencia 52--Arnold Johnson scored 12 points for Gardena (1-1), including the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to advance to one of two consolation bracket semifinals.  Valencia  is now 0-2 on the year.

Serra 64, North Torrance 52-- Serra had a one-point lead at halftime, then outscored North 35-24 in the second half. Eugene Jeter led all scorers with 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting and had seven assists. Donald James scored 14 to lead North. Dominique Prince had 10 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks for Serra. Serra advances to play Compton in one of two consolation semifinals.

Rosamond Tournament

Lancaster 70, Desert 55--Quartz Hill will play Lancaster Friday night at 6:00 p.m., but to get there, the Eagles (1-1) had to defeat Desert (1-1). Teddy Myers led the Eagles with 17 points and six assists, Michael Wright had 11 points and 12 rebounds, Aaron James had 16 points - including four 3-pointers - and Andrew Golden had seven rebounds. Sidney Melvin had 20 points for the Scorpions, Thomas Jones had 17 and Anthony Bernard added 10.   Lone Pine will meet Desert at 3:00 p.m. on Friday.  Lancaster (1-1) James 16, Thornton 2, Jefferson 3, Gamboa 4, Wright 11 (12 rebounds), Webb 6, Marley 2, Myers 17 (6 assists), Ross-Edwards 2, Jones 6, Golden 3 (7 rebounds). Total 70. Desert (1-1) Hill 4, Jones 17, Melvin 20, Hutchinson 2, Bernard 10, Murphy 2. Total 55. Lancaster 14 17 17 22-70  Desert 12 13 14 16-55; 3-Point goals-Lancaster 7 (James 4, Jefferson, Webb, Myers), Desert 1 (Melvin). Fouls- Lancaster 13, Desert 17.

Quartz Hill 82, Lone Pine 62-- Quartz Hill (2-0) will play now Lancaster Friday night at 6:00 p.m. with the win. Mychael Williams led the Rebels with 17 points, Josh Porter had 14 and David Williams had 13 points, including two 3-pointers. Lone Pine will meet Desert at 3:00 p.m on Friday. Lankford 8, D. Williams 13, Foster 9, Johnson 8, Porter 14, M.Williams 17, Harrell 6, Francis 2, Drake 5. Total 82. Lone Pine.Stell 15, Jones 25, Harry 15, Barbour 2, Salazar 2. Total 62 Quartz Hill 30 15 15 22-82;  Lone Pine 15 7 19 19-62.  3-Point goals-Quartz Hill 4 (D.Williams 2, M.Williams, Foster), Lone Pine- 3 (Stell 2, Harry). Fouls- Quartz Hill 14, Lone Pine 16.

Antelope Valley 74, Mojave 57-- Eric Williams and Ollie Bradley each had 17 points for the Antelopes and Keith Adderly added 13. Antelope Valley is now 1-1 on the season.   L.D. Cox led Mojave with 17 points, Josh Highsmith had 14 and Brien Stevenson had 13 in the Mustangs first game of the season.Taft will play Mojave (0-1) at 4:30 p.m. Friday.  Antelope Valley (1-1) Williams 17, Adderly 13, Grillo 4, Bradley 17, Culver 5, Monares 5, White 7, Baker 2, C. Cox 4. Total 74. Mojave (0-1) L.D. Cox 17, Highsmith 14, Stevenson 13, Coleman 2, Griffin 7, Perry 2. Total 57. 3-Point goals- Mojave 2 (Highsmith 2), AV 4 (Williams 2, Bradley 1, Monares 1. Fouls-Mojave 15, AV 13.

Rosamond 68, Taft 59-- Kevin Kees led the Roadrunners with 34 points. Teammate Adam Cooper had 12. Taft is now 1-1. Rosamond will play Antelope Valley on Friday at 7:30 p.m., and Taft will play Mojave at 4:30 p.m. Friday. Rosamond Landaverde 3, Monroe 2, Punell 6, Cooper 12, Murray 8 (10 rebounds), Hunsaker 2, Harris 2, Kees 34. Total 68. Taft (1-1) Patterson 2, Ryan 20, Schock 4, Heimiller 2, Valdez 6, Pallard 19, Farewell 6. Total 59.  Rosamond 13 18 22 15-68;  Taft  21 5 16 17-59.

Rosemead Tournament

La Salle91, Ganesha 50--Jeremiah DeLeon scored 22 points and Chris Rakiewicz pulled down 10 rebounds as La Salle beat Ganesha in the first round game. Julian Harmon dished out six assists and had three steals. La Salle will play South Hills today at 6:00 p.m.

Hacienda Heights Wilson 69, South Hills 60--Joey Richards and Jermaine Johnson scored 14 points each Wednesday, leading Wilson to a 69-60 victory over South Hills in the first round of the Rosemead Tournament. Wilson will play Los Angeles City Section Dorsey today' at 4:30 p.m.

Santa Barbara Tournament

Arroyo Grande 64, Santa Barbara 57--No details were available.

Lompoc 71, St. Joseph 55----The Braves outscored the Knights 20-2 in the fourth quarter to win the Santa Barbara County tournament game. Joel Smith scored 21 points to pace Lompoc. Aaron Tilley led St. Joseph with 18 points.

Dos Pueblos 61, Righetti 57-- The Chargers erased an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter to emerge with a victory on the road. Steve Graybill, A.J. Ortiz and Omar Cowan each had a seven-point fourth quarter as the DP (2-1) outscored Righetti 21-6 in the final period. Graybill finished with a game-high 20 points.  DOS PUEBLOS -- Ortiz 9, Graybill 20, Dylan 2, Cowan 12, Roegar 2, Sherman 6, Jenkins 10. Totals 20 15-23 61 RIGHETTI -- Clark 3, Ramos 8, Harrison 9, Comeau 15, Nicols 2, Brown 1, Osario 14, McCutcheon 5. 19 14-23 Dos Pueblos . . . 15 15 10 21 -- 61 Righetti . . . 12 22 17 6 -- 57 3-point goals --DP 6 (Cowan 2), R 2. Fouled out -- Sherman, Graybill. Technicals -- Jenkins.

Cabrillo 53, Carpinteria 44--Forward David Drake scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Conquistadores over the Warriors at home. Carpinteria (0-2) received 16 points from Ernie Lopez, who hit four 3-pointers, while David Horton added 10. The Warriors will travel to play Lompoc at 7:30 p.m. today. CARPINTERIA -- Ernie Lopez 16, David Horton 10, Savoy 8, Brandon Zoldos 6, Brett Zoldos 4. CABRILLO -- Valdivia 2, David Drake 27, Kornaguy 2, Belton 5, Smith 4, Lee 1, McNease 16. Carpinteria . . . 11 14 6 13 -- 44 Cabrillo . . . 23 8 14 8 -- 53  3-pointer goals -- Carp 4 (Lopez 4), Cab 0. Fouled out -- Bra. Zoldos.

Saugus Tournament

Canyon 80, Highland 70--Canyon's Brian Waite scored 22 points for the Cowboys (1-0), secured a critical rebound and had a huge assist to help Canyon pull away from Highland in the final minute. Matt Nelson, who finished with 25 points, hit a 3-pointer with 55 seconds left to finally hold off Highland. Highland's Mario Realzola scored 21 points which is now 0-3. Realzola hit six 3-pointers for the Bulldogs, who have made 22 in two tourney games. Highland led by as many as 11 in the second half, but Canyon chipped away at the deficit and trailed 52-49 to start the fourth quarter. The Cowboys then scored 31 points in the final quarter. Highland got 18 points from Idel Dawson and 14 from guard Gabe Stevenson. Chad Eichten scored 12 points and Jeremy Haggerty 11 for Canyon.

Westlake 78, Van Nuys 36--Cole Anderson scored 12 points and had five steals and seven assists for the Warriors (1-0).   Westlake led 42-20 at the half.  Eric Weidner had 12 points and six rebounds, and Brandon Duplessie scored 11 for Westlake. Van Nuys was led by Ron Coleman with 13 points.

Glendale 50, Stockdale 44-- The Glendale Dynamiters (1-1), were able to hold off Stockdale of Bakersfield for their first victory of the season. Varooj Karibyan led all scorers with 15 points and Hugo Guerrero added 11 for Glendale. No Stockdale player scored in double figures.

Ridgecrest Burroughs 75, Verdugo Hills 37-- Leon Usher scored 14 points to lead the Dons (0-2) in pool play. Verdugo Hills had trouble containing 6-11 Burroughs center Rory O'Neil (6'-11" Sr. C) who had 36 points for the Burros (2-0).  O'Neil will play for USC next season along with the Craven twins from Bishop Montgomery HS, and Jerry Dupree, a JUCO transfer. 

Serrano Diamondback Shootout

Sultana 57, Jurupa Valley 56 --Jurupa Valley trailed by nine with 1:12 left, then cut it to one point and had the ball with five seconds left in a pool-play game of the Diamondback Shootout at Phelan Serrano.   SULTANA (57) -- Lebsch 18, Hankerson 9, Moffett 3, Franklin 2, Orejel 3, Hardimon 4, Taylor 10, Walmen 8. JURUPA VALLEY (56) -- Lozano 13, West 10, Brito 3, Leslie 0, Barber 14, Frias 13, Garcia 3. Halftime score -- Sultana 25-21. Three-point goals -- Hankerson, Moffett, Oregel, Taylor 2, Frias 4, Garcia. Total fouls -- Sultana 19, Jurupa Valley 14. Fouled out -- none. Records: Jurupa Valley 0-1, Sultana 1-0.

Granite Hills 72, Barstow 44--Granite Hills (1-0) forced Barstow into 15 turnovers en route to a 34-24 halftime lead.  Michael Maloney, Brian Tocts and Sean Struebing combined to shoot eight for 10 in the final quarter, helping Granite Hills go on a 22-3 run to end the game. Struebing popped in two 3-pointers, while Tocts and Maloney worked the give-and-go on offense, outmuscling the Aztecs down low. Barstow went eight and half minutes without hitting a single field goal. The Aztecs first bucket of the second quarter came on center John Barron's slam dunk, but by then they were trailing 28-10. But the Aztecs rebounded in the second quarter slicing the Cougars lead to nine at 32-23 late in the half. Barron led Barstow in scoring with 15 points and six rebounds in the first half but only managed four in the final two quarters. He finished with 19 points and 11 rebounds but was held in check by the Cougars' big man Daniel Lee. Lee's performance was the opposite of Barron's. He scored only four points in the first half but came out shooting in the second. He hit three of his first four shots to help stretch the Cougars' lead to 16, 46-30, with 3:46 left in the third. Lee finished with 11 points and six rebounds. Barstow (0-2) committed another 15 turnovers in the second half with most of them coming in the decisive fourth quarter. The Aztecs can also look to the free throw line for partial reason for their second loss of the season. Barstow missed 13 of 21 attempts. Barron was 3-for-10. GRANITE HILLS (72) Mitchell 14, Lee 11, Maloney 10, Lay 7, Struebing 6, Sapp 2, Kirschinger 2, Tasker 0, Orr 0, Parkman 0. BARSTOW (44) Barron 19, Carpenter 7, Baca 5, Simpson 5, McClure 4, Ritualo 2, Bledsoe 2, Dado 0, Massimini 0. Granite Hills 8 26 16 22 --72 Barstow 8 16 8 12 --44 3-point field goals: Granite Hills 3 (Struebing 2, Kiamco 1, Lay 1); Barstow 0. Fouled out -- Barron.

Simi Valley Tip-off Tournament

Chatsworth 76, Newbury Park 73--Both the LA Times and the Daily News agree that Shayne Berry (5'-10" Sr. PG) from Chatsworth scored a career-high 46 points last night to help the Chancellors come from behind in a 76-73 victory over Newbury Park. It was a championship quarterfinal of the Simi Valley tournament played at Camarillo High. Berry's previous high was 39 points as a junior. Berry brought the Chancellors back from a 13-point third-quarter deficit,  scoring 15 of Chatsworth's 19 points and the final nine in the fourth quarter against Newbury Park. He also had six 3-point baskets and made 11 of 13 free throws. Brandon Robinson and Scott Johnston had 16 and nine points, respectively, for Chatsworth. Adam Carlson had 23 points and Aaron Bobik 22 points for Newbury Park (1-1). Carlson and Chris Randall also grabbed nine rebounds each for the Panthers.  The Times also noted that Brandon Robinson, a transfer from Sylmar had 21 for Chatsworth and that Scott Johnston had 11 points.  Once again though, the Times disagrees with the point total reported by the Daily News for Aaron Bobik: Times=24, Daily News =22. Likewise, with Adam Carlson, Times= 21, Daily News =23. Chris Randall had 13 for the Panthers.

Taft 78, Granada Hills 73--Steve Smith scored 22 points and had four rebounds to lead the Toreadors past the Highlanders in a Championship-bracket game at Simi Valley high. Granada Hills (1-1) jumped out to a 10-2 lead in the first 3 minutes of the game, causing Taft's coach Derrick Taylor to call a timeout and settle down his player. The timeout worked as Taft outscored the Highlanders 14-2 the rest of the first quarter and took a 35-34 halftime lead. The Toreadors (2-0) forced the Highlanders into six turnovers during a 25-11 run in the first six minutes of the third quarter to establish their biggest
lead of the game 60-45. Mustafa Asghari scored 12 of his 19 points in the third quarter and Collins Ezuka added a game-high 23 points on 11-of-14 shooting. Granada Hills cut the lead to 76-73 on Manny Cortez's 3-point basket with 16 seconds left. William Seals had 15 points, Ryan Hicks added 14, and Josh Rosenfield grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds for the Highlanders.

Camarillo 66, Chaminade 63-- We weren't there, but depending on who you read (the Times or the Daily News) the scoring was slightly different (just to prove that no one sees the game the same way). Daily News: "The Scorpions held Chaminade without a field goal for a 4:45 span in the fourth quarter to pull away down the stretch in the championship quarterfinal. Senior Jared Jungwirth scored 25 points and Ian Caldwell had 11 for Camarillo (2-0). Scott Borchart scored 19 points, making 11 of 12 free throws, and grabbed 11 rebounds for Chaminade (1-1)."  LA Times: "Camarillo 66, Chaminade 63--Jared Jungwirth had 23 points and the Scorpions made seven of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter of a quarterfinal victory at Camarillo."

El Camino Real 64, Littlerock 61--Chris Manson and Chris Catoe led the host Conquistadores to their first victory of the year. Manson scored 15 points and Catoe added 10 for ECR (1-0), which led 33-27 at halftime. The Lobos (1-2) were led by Laqwin Mitchell with 19 points, Ronald Hughes with 15 and Mike Creel with 13.

Consolation Games

North Hollywood 49, Monroe 36--Kenny Hauser scored 18 points for the Huskies (1-1) in the win.  Will Savala scored 13 points for Monroe (0-2). 

El Camino Real 64, Littlerock 61--Chris Manson had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Conquistadores (1-1) in the win.   Laquin Mitchell scored 19 for Littlerock (1-2). 

Santa Paula 69, Ventura 51--Ernie Lopez scored 18 points for the Cardinals (1-1) in the victory. Trevor Robinson scored 17 points for Ventura (0-2).

Venice Tournament

Garfield 55, Reseda 50--Forward Sergei Lepiashinski scored 18 points for the Regents (2-1) in a second-round game of the Venice tournament. 

Locke 56, University 45

Venice 69, Bell 59

Hollywood 62, Roosevel 47

King Drew 84, Valley Alternative 68


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