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Game Scores and Details From
Thursday, 11/29/00--(Dec. 1, 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).

League Game Scores

LA City Section

Magnet: League
Marlton 67, Elizabeth 48

Southern Section:
American League
Rennaissance Academy 59, Skyward 35

Non League Game Scores

LA City Section
Kennedy 58, Sherman Oaks CES 45

Southern Section
Charter Oak 69, Arroyo 42
Delphi Academy 63, Summit View 43
Diamond Ranch 83, Damien 65
El Rancho 65, Bell Gardens 54
Fairmont Prep 62, Orangewood Academy 48
Glenn 77, Keppel 63
La Sierra Academy 81, Hemet Baptist Christian 71
Lompoc 68, Carpinteria 56
Martin Luther King 89, Aquinas 39

Montclair 66, West Covina 65
Newport Harbor 76, Corona del Mar 33
Nogales 68, Garey 41
Norco 51, Don Lugo 37
Riverside Poly 81, Riverside Norte Vista 55
St. John Bosco 65, Whittier 34
St. Paul 89, Boron 25
Westvierw 68, Wildwood 26
Whitewater 74, Wildomar Cal Lutheran 23

Tournament Game Scores

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company" Invitational
Consolation
Costa Mesa 86 El Modena 66
Trabuco Hills 94, California 67
Troy 55, Corona 54
Villa Park 62, Valencia (Placentia) 42
Woodbridge 80, Loara 47

BCW Tournament
Dominguez 81, Merced 55
Upland..78..Central High..46
Dominquez..81...Merced..55
Clovis West..93..Canoga Park..49
Edison..over Buchanan

Beaumont Tournament
Palm Springs 55, West Valley 53
Rubidoux 86, Indio 47
Corona Santiago 62, Banning 52

Borrego Springs Tournament
West Shores 61, Warner Springs 35
Desert Hot Springs 65, Vasquez 52
Tri City Christian 70, Hamilton 41

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
St. Anthony 68, Brethren Christian 65

Buena Park Coyote Classic
Magnolia 51, Westminster 49

Burbank Hoover Tournament
Pasadena Marshall 71, Eagle Rock 70 (OT)
Agoura 70, Burbank 55
Hoover 59, Burroughs 46
LA High School 80, Belmonrt 54

Cerritos-Gahr Tournament
Wilson 69, Cerritos 52
Ramona 72, Norwalk 61

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournament
J.W. North 50, Pomona 47 (OT)
Pacific 78, Tucson 59
Corona Centennial 62, Victor Valley 43
Etiwanda 67, North 53

La Habra Tournament
Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 78, Whittier Pioneer 70
La Habra 65, Dana Hills 58

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Tournament
Bishop Diego 69, New Roads 32
Cate 53, Windward 48
Holy Martyrs 54, San Francisco Urban 40
Laguna Blanca 53, Hillcrest Christian 45
Villanova 60, West Valley Christian 55
Woodland Christian 45, GraceBrethren 40

Milken Hilltop Tournament
YULA (Yeshiva) 57, Milken 43
Avalon 60, Mesrobian 57

Mira Costa Tournament
Mira Costa 52, St. Bernard 51 (OT)
Chadwick 49, West Torrance 44
Carson 52, Peninsula 51
Torrance 74, Banning 59

Nordhoff Tournament
Channel Islands 62, Ribet Academy 55
St. Bonaventure 70, Hueneme 59

Orange Lutheran Pride Tournament
Orange Lutheran 68, Cypress 49

Providence Tournament
Pilibos 56, St. Genevieve 52
Providence 64, LA Lutheran 63

Redondo Union Pacific Shores Tournament
Consolation
South Torrance 72, Valencia 59
Hawthorne 62, North Torrance 54
Palisades 52, Gardena 40
Serra 68, Compton 49

Rosemead Tournament
Rosemead 61, Ganesha 49
Dorsey 76, Wilson 66
La Salle 77, South Hills 74

San Luis Obispo Tournament
Crespi 66, Gilroy 62
Santa Margarita 83, Templeton 25
San Marcos 63, Santa Cruz 50

Santa Barbara Tournament
Arroyo Grande 88, St. Joseph Santa Maria 40

Saugus Tournament
Saugus 59, Westlake 56
Crescenta Valley 81, Canyon 71
Oxnard 63, Bakersfield Stockdale 48
Ridgecrest-Burroughs 57, Buena 53
Hart 56, Calabasas 54

Serrano Diamond Back Shootout
El Segundo 63, Sultana 44
Silverado 57, Jurupa Valley 38

Simi Valley Tournament
Newbury Park 70, Chaminade 59
Ventura 59, Monroe 54
Littlerock 64, Royal 49
Granada Hills 62, Santa Clara 59
Consolation Semifinals
Rio Mesa 65, El Camino Real 56
Santa Paula 68, North Hollywood 55

Venice Beach Ball Tournament
Quarterfinal (three others played Wednesday)
Hamilton 72, Culver City 59
Consolation
San Fernando 76, Foshey 51
Price 87, USC Mast 32
Hollywood 88, King Drew 67
Reseda 58, Bell 50

Webb Tournament
Boys Republic 72, La Verne Lutheran 62
Ontario Christian 78, Sherman Indian 66
Webb 46, Upland Christian 35

Woodcrest Christian Tournament
La Sierra Academy 81, Baptist Christian 71
Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 54,   Cornerstone Christian 38
Woodcrest Christian 41, Desert Christian 33

Non League Game Details

Delphi Academy 63, Summit View 43--Beck Flanagan had 30 points to lead host Delphi Academy of La Canada Flintridge to a 63-43 win over Summit View of Valley Glen in a nonleague game. Matt Boulger added 15 points for the Dragons (1-1)

Diamond Ranch 83, Damien 65--Richard Coombs scored 15 points and Kenneth Ubom added 11 points to lift Diamond Ranch (2-0). For the second time this season, the Panthers had five players score in double digits. Diamond Ranch will begin play in the El Dorado Tournament on December 12.  DIAMOND RANCH (83) Banta 4, Coombs 15, Williams 5, Ubom 11, Eimratchenee 13, DeLeon 2, Flagg 2, Lyons 7, Davis 11, Knott 11, Criscione 2. Damien 11 14 12 28 -- 65 Diamond Ranch 14 28 21 20 -- 83 Total fouls: D 25, DR 30. Fouled out: Bussam (D), Knott (DR). Technical fouls: none.

Glenn 77, Keppel 63-- Senior forward Patrick Conrad scored 26 points and senior guard Darrell Moore had 16 as the Eagles won their opener against the visiting Aztecs (1-1). 

Lompoc 68, Carpinteria 56----Joel Smith scored a game-high 24 points as four Braves posted double figures in scoring at home to defeat the Warriors. Lompoc's Brad Steinke added 11 points while Scott Winter and Vernon Ramsey contributed 10 points apiece. Carpinteria (0-3) was led by Brett Zoldos' 17 points while Brandon Zoldos added 13.  The Warriors will play host to Santa Clara at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. |CARPINTERIA -- Brett Zoldos 17, Brandon Zoldos 13 Ernie Lopez 12, David Horton 8, Julian Lopez 2, Claudio Hernandez 2, Evan Bordman 2. totals 20 14-20 56 LOMPOC -- Smith 24, WInter 10, Steinke 11, Ramsey 10, Hilley 4, Froehlich 9, Starks 2. Totals 29 8-12 68. Carpinteria . . . 11 14 13 18 -- 56 Lompoc . . . 14 26 17 11 -- 68 3-point goals --C 0-6, L 4 (Smith 2, Winter 2). Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none.

Martin Luther King 89,  Aquinas 39-- King finished strong with a 14-0 run in the third quarter against San Bernardino Aquinas in a non-league game. Eric Aragoaxt had 12 points in the fourth quarter. KING (89) -- Lea 24, Roseborough 15, Hilt 6, Doss 13, Thomas 6, Tiaden 6, Aragoaxt 12, Goodman 2, Riley 1, Ellis 4. AQUINAS (39) -- Carlton 6, Costabile 4, Harris 12, Nelson 8, Sepuya 6, Mullaney 3.  Halftime score -- King 40-21. Total fouls -- King 23, Aquinas 19. Fouled out -- Mullaney.  Records: KIng 2-0, Aquinas 1-1.

Montclair 66, West Covina 65--Milton Stanley hit a fall away 15-foot jump shot with just seconds remaining to finish with 16 points on the night and clinch the win. Other scorers included Maurice Robins who added 14 points, Demetris Walk 11 and Juan Fregoso with 10.  Gino LaBonme of West Covina, led all scorers with 36 (or 37 depending on which paper you read, the SGV Tribune, or the LA Times) points.   Montclair will resume action on Tuesday when it faces West Covina again in the Arroyo Tournament at Arroyo High School at 3 p.m. MONTCLAIR (66) Walk 11, Stanley 16, Fields 7, Abraham 7, Fregoso 10, Robins 14, Candelo 1. WEST COVINA (65) LaBonme 37, Staunton 7, Tiratira 6, Yip 5, Garcia 4, Rosales 2, Nalz 4. Montclair 7 17 20 22 -- 66 West Covina 11 18 22 14 -- 65 Total fouls: M 20, WC 25. Fouled out: Goree (WC). Technical fouls: none. DAMIEN (65) Feagin 2, Clark 15, David 20, Bussam 2, Garcia 21, Phillips 3, Alba 2.

Newport Harbor 76, Corona del Mar 33--In the largest single scoring loss in 60 games to it's rival, Corona del Mar was hammered by visiting Newport Harbor. On Tuesday of this week Newport Harbor beat Huntington Beach 73-52. Newport senior guard Aaron Yarnal scored a game-high 21 points, while Tony Melum (6'-6" Jr. F) had nine of his 13 points in the first quarter. Jamie Diefenbach (6'-7" Fr. F) scored 10 points, 8 in the third quarter.  Corona del Mar committed 16 turnovers, while NH committed just 9. Newport Harbor 16 16 21 23 - 76  Corona del Mar 7 11 7 8 - 33  Newport Harbor - Yarnal 21, Melum 13, Diefenbach 10, Perrine 9, Cameron 8, Young 7, Spigner 4, Peterson 2, Pajevic 2, Hill 0 3-pt. goals - Yarnal 4, Cameron 2, Young 2, Melum 1.  Fouled out - None.  Technicals - None.  Corona del Mar - Snell 6, Alshuler 6, Shahangian 4, Brewster 4, K. Mancillas 4, Marston 3, Glass 2, B. Mancillas 2, Reynolds 1, Bowlus 1, Grey 0, Richardson 0.  3-pt. goals - K. Mancillas 1.  Fouled out - None.   Technicals - None.

Norco 51, Don Lugo 37--Andy Galindo had 11 points to lead Don Lugo (0-2) which plays in the San Dimas Tournament on Tuesday. NORCO (51) Bond 4, Erickson 3, Smith 15, Reyes 7, Burghgraff 4, Valenzuela 18. DON LUGO (37) Amaya 2, Deseran 2, Galindo 11, Plutko 4, Baker 2, Hill 10, Thunder 4, Asafo-Agyei 1, Van Holland 1. Norco 18 12 9 12 -- 51 Don Lugo 7 9 12 9 -- 37 Total fouls: N 20, DL 11. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Riverside Poly 81, Norte Vista 55 --   Riverside Poly had five players score in double figures in its non-league victory over Riverside Norte Vista. Jeremy Lopez had 13 points, 15 rebounds and five assists to lead the Bears.POLY (81) -- Rangel 5, Parry 2, Tyson 8, Dunaj 13, Salazar 13, Lopez 13, Wood 14, Vanalt 13. NORTE VISTA (55) -- Hanley 3, Askins 10, Edwards 6, Grishy 11, Torres 10, Joell Carter 2, Jahan Carter 3, Fiveash 4, Bradley 6.  Halftime score -- Poly 43-25. Three-point goals -- Salazar 3, Tyson 2, Dunaj, Lopez, Askins 2, Grishy, Torres. Total fouls -- Poly 17, Norte Vista 18. Fouled out -- Askins, Torres. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Poly 2-0.

St. John Bosco 65, Whittier 34--Junior guard Giovonni St. Amant had 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Braves (2-0) over the visiting Cardinals (1-1).

St. Paul 89, Boron 25-- Rudy Serna, a sophomore transfer from Esperanza had 21 points against against Boron Thursday night. He hit seven 3-pointers and led the Swordsmen's scoring.  St. Paul hit on 12 three-pointers;  James Samarin had two and scored 12 points.  Freshman Kyle Farrell and junior Dontay Holloway scored 11 each, and junior Raymond Cagiga had 10.   Fausto Gonzales scored nine.  Boron (0-2) fell behind, 9-0 and trailed 20-8 at the end of the first quarter.  In the second quarter, Serna made three of his 3-pointers, and Holloway scored eight. The Swordsmen led 48-15 at the  half, and St. Paul held Boron scoreless in the fourth quarter.

Whitewater 74, Cal Lutheran 23--Jason Hubbard scored 12 of his 21 points in the first quarter as Whitewater routed Wildomar California Lutheran in its season opener. CAL LUTHERAN (23) -- Baker 4, Miller 5, Monaco 6, Betts 8.  WHITEWATER (74) -- Maka 6, Murdock 9, Hubbard 21, Lawrance 10, Todd 2, Conner 12, Pardus 4, Sanchez 2, Williams 8. Halftime score -- Whitewater 41-8. Three-point goals -- Hubbart, Monaco. Total fouls -- Whitewater 12, Cal Lutheran 3. Records: Whitewater 1-0. Cal Lutheran 0-1.

Tournament Game Details

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company" Invitational
Consolation

Costa Mesa 86 El Modena 66-- Costa Mesa scored 34 points in the third quarter to win a consolation game in the tournament. Junior Chad Vakili (5'-11" Jr. SG) scored 21 points, including five three-pointers, and pulled down four rebounds, and dished out four assists. Senior center Steve Payne had 16 points, David Conte added 12 and Steve Whittaker had 11 for Costa Mesa (1-1). Costa Mesa 22 11 34 19 - 86 El Modena 17 8 16 25 - 66  Costa Mesa - Conte 12, Biggio 5, Krikorian 3, Gandia 8, Whittaker 11 Cabico 0, Vakili 21, Clark 6, Payne 16, Fregoso 70, Millward 4, Amburgey 0.  3 pt. goals - Vakili 5, Gandia 2, Conte 1, Biggio 1, Krikorian 1, Whittaker 1.  Fouled out - Paine.   El Modena - Mechling 3, Rabb 19, D. Robinson 17, Penir 2, T. Robinson 18, Armstrong 6, Christensen 1.  3 pt. goals - Rabb 5, D. Robinson 2, Mechling 1.  Fouled out - None. 

Trabuco Hills 94, California 67--Ian Wright and James Webster each scored 16 points to lead the Mustangs (1-1) over the Condors (0-2).

Troy 55, Corona 54--Nate Gilkes scored 13 points as the Warriors (1-1) held on to defeat the Panthers (0-2) in the consolation quarterfinals.  Corona sophomore Kevin Morrow missed two free throws with one second left as the Panthers lost to Fullerton Troy in the second round of the Taco Company Invitational at Anaheim Loara. Morrow, who had made a three-pointer to cut Troy's lead to 55-54 with less than a minute left, was fouled driving to the basket. Morrow and teammate Daniel Gonzalez each scored 20 points for the Panthers.TROY (55) -- Trent 6, Travis 2, Briank 4, Daiafu 6, Paito 6, Chadaha 9, Gilkes 13, Baird 9.  CORONA (54) -- Brown 2, Morrow 20, Wolfe 6, Hyun 6, Gonzalez 20. Halftime score -- Corona 28-21. Three-point goals -- Daiafu 2, Paito 2, Chadaha, Morrow 4, Gonzalez 3. Total fouls -- Troy 16, Corona 26. Fouled out -- Wolfe, Hyun. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Corona 0-3, Troy 1-2.

Villa Park 62, Valencia (Placentia) 42--Villa Park advanced in the semifinals of the Taco Company Invitational and will play Esperanza at 8 p.m. tonight at Anaheim in one of two semifinals.  Matt MacGinnis (6'-4" Sr. SG) who has signed with D-III Vanguard University, led all scorers with 16 points for Villa Park (2-0).  Kenlan Briggs (Sr. F) scored 12 points for Valencia.

Woodbridge 80, Loara 47--Danny Lambert scored 19 points as the No. 6 Warriors (2-0) defeated the Saxons (1-1). Chris Moses led Loara with 10 points.

BCW Tournament

Dominguez 81, Merced 55--Senior center Tyson Chandler scored 36 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Dons.

Beaumont Tournament

Palm Springs 55, West Valley 53-- Donald Whitted hit three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, including the game winner, to lead the
Indians to a Beaumont Tournament second-round win. Today, the Indians (1-1) continue tournament play with a consolation
semifinal against Rubidoux. Whitted’s final 3-pointer came with 13 seconds left to play. The junior finished with 13 points. Antonio Greer had 12 points, eight rebounds and three blocks. Caleb Barton had 13 points. PALM SPRINGS (55) -- Greer 12, Whitted 13, Barton 13, Harris 2, Berry 5, Nabhan 3, Crawford 5, Senton 2 WEST VALLEY (53) -- Nevarez 17, Davis 12, Washington 6, Lebaron 6, Roquemore 4, Pierce 3, Jackson 3, Hulstrom 2 Halftime score -- Palm Springs 25-22. Three-point goals -- Nevarez 2, Lebaron 2, Berry, Crawford, Whitted 3. Total fouls -- Palm Springs 12, West Valley 15.   Records: Palm Springs 1-1, West Valley 0-2

Rubidoux 86, Indio 47--Rubidoux used half-court pressure to jump to a 22-6 first-quarter lead en route to a victory over Indio in the consolation bracket of the Beaumont Tournament. Jomar Owens scored seven of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter to lead Rubidoux. The Falcons will play Palm Springs in the consolation semifinals at 4:30 p.m. today. RUBIDOUX (86) -- Jackson 6, Sacramento 2, Meadors 5, Williams 4, Prator 2, Owens 20, Walker 18, Pekarcik 3, Murcio 16, Andrus 2, Hemmings 1, Andrade 5, Bryant 2. INDIO (47) -- Salvador 2, Barriga 6, Haynes 2, A. Lopez 1, Martinez 6, Wilson 2, King 8, Cruz 6, Issaccson 8, Perez 6.Halftime score -- Rubidoux 46-19. Three-point goals -- Murcio 3. Total fouls -- Rubidoux 29, Indio 22. Fouled out -- Prator, Pekarcik, Hemmings, King. Technical fouls -- Bryant, King. Records: Rubidoux 1-1, Indio 0-2.

Corona Santiago 62, Banning 52--BANNING (52) -- Malone 18, Johnson 14, Floyd 6, Steele 6, Warren 3, Jackson 2, Harris 2, Stokes 1 SANTIAGO (62) -- Coleman 12, LeDuc 17, M. Johnson 5, Cliett 12, Black 14, L. Johnson 2.   Halftime score -- Santiago 35-28. Three-point goals -- Floyd 2, Steele 2, Coleman 2, LeDuc, Black 2. Total fouls -- San 15, Bann 16.  Records: Banning 0-2, Santiago 0-1

Borrego Springs Tournament

West Shores 61, Warner Springs 35--Amado Santiago scored 14 points in the first six minutes of the game as the Wildcats (3-0) advanced into the semifinals of the Borrego Tournament.  They will face Vincent Memorial today in a 3 p.m. contest. Silverio Davila had 15 points and Guillermo Davila had nine points.

Desert Hot Springs 65, Vasquez 52--The Golden Eagles went on a 21-13 run in the third quarter and improved to 2-0 on the season. Junior Sal Coronel led DHS with 21 points and freshman Steven Shewmake (cousin of Thomas at Cathedral City?) had 10 points. Junior Akeem Ray finished with nine points.

Tri City Christian 70, Hamilton 41--HAMILTON (41) -- Davis 11, Dewese 11, Evans 10, Anderson 1, Yep 3, Blanco 5 TRI CITY CHRISTIAN (70) -- Schaepe 9, M. Harkness 5, Kroagh 4, Swanson 29, Duran 2, Alkazin 13, Rosenbohm 5, K. Harknerss 2, Garahy 1. Halftime score -- Tri City 33-18. Three-point goals -- Blanco, Dewese, Yep, Rosenbohm, Schaepe, Swanson 3. Total fouls -- Hamilton 21, Tri City 15. Fouled out -- Evans, Anderson. Records: Hamilton 0-2, Tri City 2-0

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational

St. Anthony 68, Brethren Christian 65--Senior center Jay Arizabal had 26 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals to lead the Saints past the host Warriors in a
second-round game.

Buena Park Coyote Classic

Magnolia 51, Westminster 49--The Sentinels (1-1) edged the Lions (1-1) behind 21 points from Geoffrey Clayton.

Cerritos-Gahr Tournament

Wilson 69, Cerritos 52--Jason Malone scored 18 points and Jeff Terry, Derrick Fletcher and Quishawn Harrell all had 15 as the Bruins (2-0) defeated the host Dons (0-2) in a pool play game.

Ramona 72, Norwalk 61--RAMONA (72) -- Lewis 10, Downey 19, Carr 12, Fletcher 14, Alex 2, Diaz 3, Henry 12 NORWALK (61) -- Huff 10, Hall 19, Nunley 4, Burrnett 15, Urbina 3, Basso 6, Francia 4. Halftime score -- Ramona 34-26. Three-point goals -- Hall 2, Burrnett 5, Urbina, Basso, Downey, Fletcher 2. Total fouls -- Romona 21, Norwalk 13. Fouled out -- Alex, Lerma. Records: Norwalk 2-2, Romona 1-2 details not available

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournament

J.W. North 50, Pomona 47 (OT)-- The Pomona Red Devils came back from being down by 11 at the half, and led by as many as five in the fourth quarter, but lost to the Huskies J.W. North Tournament pool-play game.  Odell Howard led Pomona with 15 points and Spencer Smith added 11. The Huskies (1-0) sent the game into overtime with a 3-pointer in the final minute, then outscored the Red Devils (2-1) 8-5 in overtime of the pool-play game. Odell Howard, Spencer Smith and John Dang combined to score all 18 Red Devil points in the third quarter. POMONA (47) Howard 15, Madison 2, Holden 7, Dang 5, Smith 11, Tosca 1, Buchanan 6. RIVERSIDE J.W. NORTH (50) Wynn 20, Esquivel 3, Bryant 9, Washington 11, Dotson 4, Scott 2, Martinez 1. Pomona 4 11 18 9 5 -- 47 North 12 14 9 7 8 -- 50 Total fouls: P 16, N 11. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Pacific 78, Tucson 59 --  Donnell Jury had 26 points, nine assists and five steals to lead San Bernardino Pacific, which rebounded from a 19-3 first quarter deficit to defeat Tucson, Ariz., High and advance to the championship semifinals of the RCI Tournament at Riverside North High. Chris Adams added 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Pirates, who play Etiwanda at 7:30 tonightPACIFIC (78) -- Jury 26, Kinser 10, Adams 18, Bradley 16, Cole 4, Easley 3, Harris 1.  TUCSON (59) -- Lopez 1, Norwood 2, Jerz 5, Salaman 6, Otero 4, Ferrari 1, Fletcher 16, Johnson 17, Castro 7. Halftime score -- Pacific 35-30. Three-point goals -- Jury 3, Kinser 2, Bradley, Easley, Jerz, Johnson. Total fouls -- Pacific 20, Tucson 22. Fouled out -- Cole, Lopez, Johnson. Technical fouls -- Pacific bench. Records: Pacific 2-0, Tucson 1-1.

Corona Centennial 62, Victor Valley 43--   Corona Centennial jumped to a 20-6 first-quarter lead and never trailed en route to a victory over Victor Valley in pool-play at the RCI Tournament at Riverside North. The Huskies forced 29 turnovers. CENTENNIAL (62) -- L. Soderberg 9, Sybesma 15, Reese 6, J. Williams 19, E. Soderberg 3, B. Williams 2, Gonzales 5, Alexander 3.  VICTOR VALLEY (43) -- Brown 6, Collins 6, J. Dillon 12, Chavez 7, Holly 2, S. Thompson 4, K. Dillon 2, Whilhite 2, K. Thompson 2. Halftime score -- Centennial 41-16. Three-point goals -- Gonzales, L. Soderberg, Sybesma, J. Dillon. Total fouls -- Centennial 25, Victor Valley 17. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Centennial 2-0, Victor Valley 0-2.

Etiwanda 67, North 53 --We picked up this score from the Riverside P-E, but we have to wonder if this wasn't misreported, or just a misprint, since we know that JW North played Pomona yesterday. . . oh well, maybe they played two games, or maybe it's some other "North" (doubtful given the names in the boxscore) Here's the box score which was in the P-E as well: NORTH (53) -- Will Wynn 19, Mgbeke 6, Esquivel 3, Bryant 11, Washington 6, Dotson 6, Scott 2.  ETIWANDA (67) -- Flax 7, Driggs 2, Houtz 2, Wright 2, Johnson 14, John Boyd 22, Nate Dowd 16. Halftime score -- Etiwanda 33-23. Three-point goals -- Wynn 3, Flax. Total fouls -- North 12, Etiwanda 17. Fouled out -- Washington. Technical fouls -- Etiwanda (Bench).  Records: North 1-1.

La Habra Tournament

Calvary Chapel 78, Whittier Pioneer 70--Bryan Filkey led Calvary Chapel with 18 points, Tony Olivas hit three three-pointers and finished with 17 and Landon Beaver had 15 points for Calvary Chapel (3-0). The Eagles play Northwood at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in the championship game

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Tournament

Bishop Diego 69, New Roads 32-- Bishop Diego posted four players in double figures to defeat New Roads 69-32 and advance to the semifinals. Jason Renick and Rod Jahangir led the Cardinals with 15 points apiece while Pat Minehan scored 12 and Matt Korson added 11. The Cardinals (1-0) will play Antelope Valley Christian, which topped King's Academy 55-37, at 6:30 p.m. at Bishop Diego. NEW ROADS -- Nario 4, Jakob 7, Davidson 2, Williams 5, Balou-Olatunji 2, Perlmutter 4, Young 2, Hernandez 6. Totals 13 4-10 32. BISHOP DIEGO -- Um 3, Renick 15, Jahangir 15, Gallagher 2, Minehan 12, Brown 4, Korson 11, Cavaletto 5, Vickers 2. Totals 28 5-12 69. New Roads . . . 9 10 ╩9 ╩4 -- 32 Bishop Diego . . . 18 12 27 12 -- 69 3-point goals -- NR 2 (Jakob, Williams), BD 8 (Renick 3, Jahangir 3). Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none. 

Cate 53, Windward 48--Cate also advanced to the semifinal round by holding onto a 53-48 victory over Windward at Laguna Blanca.   Yoshi Nagano led the Rams with 21 points and five rebounds as Cate held off a fourth-quarter comeback by Windward. WINDWARD -- Pregerson 3, Sarbaz 7, Foley 10, Jackson 17, Man 4, Forney 6, Wapnick 1. Total 18 8-19 48. CATE -- Nagano 21, Altman 9, Nack 9, Hackleman 9, McCammack 2, Mitchell 3. Total 19 13-24 53. Windward . . . 14 ╩7 10 17 -- 48 Cate . . . 17 11 11 14 -- 53  3-point goals -- W 4 (Jackson 2), C 2 (Nagana 1, Altman 1) Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none.

Holy Martyrs 54, San Francisco Urban 40--The Cate Rams (1-0) will play Holy Martyrs, which beat Urban 54-40, at 8 p.m. today at Bishop Diego.

Laguna Blanca 53, Hillcrest Christian 45--Eric Geeb scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half to help lead Laguna Blanca to a 53-45 victory over Hillcrest Christian. Geeb was also credited with six steals while teammate Trevor Scott added 16 points and eight rebounds.  Laguna Blanca will play West Valley Christian at 8 p.m. today at home in the consolation bracket. HILLCREST --Logan 9, Jansen 8, Lopez 15, Brooks 6, Bossman 1, Horan 6. Totals 18 9-24 45. LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 22, Scott 16, Nelson 1, Wicks 7, Lewis 8. Totals 19 14-23 53. Hillcrest . . . 7 15 ╩9 14 -- 45 Laguna Blanca . . . 9 12 13 20 --53  3-point goals -- LB 2 (Geeb 2). Fouled out -- Jansen, Bossman, Nelson, Wicks. Technicals -- none.

Villanova 60, West Valley Christian 55--Villanova (60) -- Fore 31, Namikas 12, Tevis 4, Roach 2, Langelier 5, Bullen 6. West Valley Christian (55) -- George 3, Deghi 5, M. Wilson 5, Barker 2, Jahanbigloe 16, Bell 19, Brone 3, C. Wilson 2. Villanova 13 20 11 16--60 West Valley Christian 11 17 12 15--55 3-Point goals -- Villanova 2 (Fore 1, Namikas 1). Records -- Villanova 1-2.

Woodland Christian 45, GraceBrethren 40--Grace Brethren's John Durso had 17 points and six rebounds in the loss.

Nordhoff Tournament

Channel Islands 62, Ribet Academy 55--Channel Islands (62) -- Berrelleza 17, Baier 10, Solis 13, Avila 8, Gagliardo 2, Diaz 8, Morton 2, Tamayo 2. Ribet Academy (55) -- Booker 6, Gaines 4, Thomas 16, Woods 13, Baghon 5, Caldwell 7, Vassey 1. Channel Islands 9 11 26 16--62 Ribet Academy 8 14 15 18--55 3-Point goals -- Channel Islands 4 (Berrelleza 2, Avila 2), Ribet Academy 3 (Thomas 3). Fouled out -- Tamayo (CI). Records -- Channel Islands 1-0, Ribet Academy 1-1.

St. Bonaventure 70, Hueneme 59--St. Bonaventure (70) -- Hertel 3, Araiza 1, Watson 3, Saunders 19, Dolinar 5, Tarin 13, De Smidt 24, Bullock 2. Hueneme (59) -- Lugo 12, Hawkins 5, Hall 7, Lemos 3, Jones 10, Orocio 15, Tuyor 4, Abarca 3.St. Bonaventure 19 21 15 15--70 Hueneme 15 9   20 15--59   3-Point goals -- St. Bonaventure 1 (Saunders), Hueneme 2 (Lemos 1, Orocio 1). Records -- St. Bonaventure 2-0, Hueneme 0-1.

Rosemead Tournament

Rosemead 61, Ganesha 49--Michael Eferberha had 18 points, 13 rebounds and six assists, and Franklin Ike added 16 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, but the Giants (0-2), who were within three points in the fourth quarter, fell in pool play. Ganesha plays against Dorsey today at 4:30 p.m. at Rosemead. ROSEMEAD (61) Cardoha 3, Chean 4, Cheng 12, Cobian 8, Knok 7, Megliorino 9, Ou 6, Van Zant 12. GANESHA (49) Tolbert 2, Reaves 5, Tyus 6, Eferberha 18, Hong 2, Ike 16. Rosemead 15 12 13 21 -- 61 Ganesha 14 6 13 16 -- 49 Total fouls: R 15, G 21. Fouled out: Cardoha (R), Eferberha (G). Technical fouls: none.

Dorsey 76, Wilson 66--No details were available

San Luis Obispo Tournament

Crespi 66, Gilroy 62--Andrew Moore's 10-foot jumper broke a 62-62 tie with 14 seconds left for the Celts (1-0) in the first round of the San Luis Obispo tournament.

Santa Margarita 83, Templeton 25--Tyler Fessenden scored 12 points as the Eagles (1-0) held Templeton to single-digit scoring in the first three quarters.

San Marcos 63, Santa Cruz 50--Asher Kupperman scored 20 points and Aaron Mercer added 16, including three 3-pointers, to lead San Marcos High to a 63-50 season-opening victory Thursday over Santa Cruz in the first round of the San Luis Obispo basketball tournament. Mercer, playing in his first varsity game, also grabbed six rebounds. Kupperman dished off six assists. Hantgin lauded the play of Duane Fortune. He had nine points, two steals and three rebounds. The Royals face Santa Margarita tonight. SAN MARCOS -- Kupperman 20, Spaventa 3, Hopkins 2, Fortune 9, Mercer 16, Cruse 4, Patterson 4. Totals 21 7-17 63. SANTA CRUZ -- Rhodes 14, Townsend 6, Reagan 8, Benest 2, Norman 3, Stewart 7, Swift 6, Walls 3. Totals 22 4-6 50 San Marcos . . . 15 17 17 14 -- 63 Santa Cruz . . . 14 11 14 11 -- 50 3-point goals--SM 7 (Mercer 3, Fortune 2, Spaventa, Kupperman), SC 1 (Norman). Total fouls--SM 15, SC 15. Fouled out--None.

Saugus Tournament

Saugus 59, Westlake 56--Bradford Sayer hit two free throws to give Saugus the win following Justin Muszalski's play which tied up senior transfer Brandon Duplessie, resulting in a jump ball and a change of possession which clinched the game for Saugus. Prior to that Marc Holmquist hit a three pointer to pull Saugus to within one point with just 25 seconds remaining.  Sayer finished with 16 points and Krogh added 14 points to lead Saugus. Devon Entrikin had 17 for Westlake, and Adam Mazarei and Kole Anderson each had 12 points for the Warriors.

Crescenta Valley 81, Canyon 71--After trailing 37-31 at halftime, Crescenta Valley won behind 14 second-half points from senior forward James Jenkins.  Jimmy Goffredo (6'-0" So. SG) led all scorers with 28 points including three second-half 3-pointers. Jenkins finished with 23 points and Chris Tarne had 10 for the Falcons of La Canada (2-0).  Canyon (1-1) was led by Brian Waite and Matt Nelson with 25 and 20 points, respectively. Crescenta Valley led, 71-70, with 2:30 left and outscored the Cowboys, 10-1

Oxnard 63, Bakersfield Stockdale 48--Nick Curtis (6'-8" Sr. F) scored 17 points and Erik Webb added 16 to help the Yellowjackets (2-0) in a victory in the Saugus tournament. Oxnard (63) -- Adair 8, Davis 5, Ludy 2, Monette 4, Parker 11, Webb 16, Curtis 17. Stockdale (48) -- Bates 3, Thompson 5, Jean 7, Morehead 2, Reese 7, Cooper 6, Garnet 8, O'Dogherty 6, Betty 4. Oxnard
20 11 14 8--63 Stockdale 4  12 16 11--55  3-Point goals -- Oxnard 6 (Parker 1, Webb 3, Curtis 1, Davis 1).
Fouled-Out -- None. Records -- Oxnard 2-0.

Ridgecrest-Burroughs 57, Buena 53-- Buena (53) -- Dybvig 6, Smith 10, Jacobsen 6, Meyer 9, Cobos 6, Colton 6, Cunigham 4, Mikasa 6. Burroughs (57) -- Woodson 4, Bachman 4, Williams 4, Graham 2, Steinmetz 15, O'Neil 26, Moorehead 2.  Buena 11  6 15 21--53  Burroughs 16 10 22 9--57 3-Point goals -- Buena 5 (Smith 2, Cobos 2, Meyer 1). Records -- Buena 1-1.

Hart 56, Calabasas 54--Jeff French had five three-pointers and finished with 17 points in a nonleague victory for the host Indians.

Serrano Diamond Back Shootout

Silverado 57, Jurupa Valley 38 -- Danny Garcia led Silverado with 12 points from breaks and inside shots. Kevin Barber also scored 15 from the inside. Silverado had a 15-6 run in the third quarter to put away the game. SILVERADO (57) -- Day 5, Garcia 12, Kennis 8, White 4, Moffett 6, Keman 1, McDonald 2, Lester 3, Higgins 7, Wilkins 9 JURUPA VALLEY (38) -- Lozanao 7, Garcia 3, West 8, Brito 5, Barber 15. Halftime score -- Silverado 29-22. Three-point goals -- Day, Wilkins 3, Kennis 2, Lester, Garcia, West 2, Brito, Barber. Total fouls -- Silverado 15, Jurupa Valley 9. Records: Silverado 2-0, Jurupa Valley 0-2.

Simi Valley Tournament

Newbury Park 70, Chaminade 59--Chris Randall of Newbury Park High scored 14 of his game-high 24 points and 10 rebounds, in the third quarter as the Panthers (2-1) rallied from a 13-point halftime deficit and pulled out the win.  Newbury Park trailed by just two, 47-45, at the start of the fourth quarter. In the fourth quarter, Chaminade went without a field goal at all for four minutes, during which time they only scored 4 free-throws, while the Panthers scored 12 points to take a lead of 66-53 with just over two minutes in the game. Scott Borchart (6'-9" Sr. PF) had a team high 15 points on the night, but scored only two points in the second half on two free throws and fouled out with three minutes remaining to play.  Newbury Park (70) -- Walker 6, McLemore 2, Bobik 8, Vann 5, Flores 5, Randall 24, Christensen 4, Mern 11, Carlsen 5.  Chaminade (59) -- Everett 2, Sheslow 5, Johnson 5, Hufford 11 Arceo 2, Link 2, O'Gilvie 6, Borchart 15, Jones 7, Todd 4. Newbury Park 9 12 24 25--70 Chaminade14  20 13 12--59  3-Point goals -- Newbury Park 4 (Vann 1, Flores 1, Randall 1, Mern 1), Chaminade 2 (Johnson 1, Hufford 1). Records -- Newbury Park 2-1, Chaminade 1-2.

Ventura 59, Monroe 54--Trevor Robinson scored a game-high 25 points (according to the LA Times--28 if you read the Ventura County Star), as the Cougars (1-2) rallied for the victory over the Vikings (0-3) in a consolation-bracket game. Ramall Goodrich scored 20 points and William Savala added 12 for Monroe, which led 43-40 after three quarters. Ventura's John Davis chipped in 12 points. The Cougars continue play today at 3:30 at Simi Valley High against Littlerock.  Ventura (59) -- Yanez 8, Shaw 2, Dixon 7, Robinson 28, Wagner 2, Davis 12. Monroe (54) -- Goodrich 20, Zavala 12, Glenn 8, Hines 6, Baker 5, Buth 5. Ventura 17 9 14 19--59 Monroe 15 12 16 11--54 3-Point goals -- Ventura 8 (Dixon 1, Robinson 3, Davis 4). Records - Ventura 1-2

Littlerock 64, Royal 49--Darryl Edwards scored 13 of his game-high 16 points in the second half and was one of four Lobos to score in double digits to key the victory over the Highlanders (0-3). Littlerock's (2-2)  scoring came from Ronald Hughes with 13 points, Jason Smith 11 and Mike Creel added 10 points. Robert Davis had 15 points and Kyle Vondrak added 12 for Royal. Littlerock (64) -- Edwards 14, Hughes 13, Smith 11, Creel 10, Anderson 6, Lewis 6, Mitchell 2, Baker 2. Royal (47) -- Davis 12, Vonorak 12, Cox 6, Pechette 6, Farrell 5, Chang 2, Burchfield 2, Hendershot 2. Littlerock 15 15 13 21--64 Monroe 10 10 12 15--47

Granada Hills 62, Santa Clara 59--Casey Bednash made four of six 3-point shots and scored a game-high 18 points as the Highlanders (2-1) edged the Saints (1-2). Andrew Phongsamran had eight points and six rebounds, and teammate Gene Nubla added eight points and three steals for Granada Hills in a game that was tied seven times and featured 11 lead changes. Santa Clara was led by Tim LaJoie with 16 points and Donnie Davis and Richie LaJoie had 10 points apiece.

Consolation Semifinals

Rio Mesa 65, El Camino Real 56--The Spartans were led by senior guard John Moreno had 24 points, six assists and connected on five 3-pointers for Rio Mesa (2-1), which will play Santa Paula in the consolation final at 12:30 on Saturday at Simi Valley High. Tunde Alonge had 11 points and 10 rebounds and John McBride scored 10 for Rio Mesa. David Rebibo and Spencer Schulte had 13 and 12 points, respectively, for El Camino (1-2).

Santa Paula 68, North Hollywood 55-- North Hollywood's Kenny Hauser scored a game high 25 points and pulled down six rebounds, while teammate Josiah James contributed eight points and seven rebounds for the Huskies (1-2) in a consolation semifinal loss. Santa Paula (2-1) will play El Camino Real in the 11th place game at 5 p.m. Saturday at Simi Valley High.  Ernie Lopez finished with 24 points for Santa Paula. Santa Paula (68) -- Lopez 24, Frutos 25, A. Rico 8, L. Rico 4, Mata 7. North hollywood (55) -- Hauser 26, Kim 2, Jenkins 2, Ruiz 5, Stern 3, Dazipour 3, James 10, Ruiz 4. Santa Paula 17 18 19 14--68 North Hollywood 10 15 18 12--55 3-Point goals -- Santa Paula 5 (Lopez 2, Frutos 2, Mata 1). Records -- Santa Paula 2-1.

Webb Tournament

Boys Republic 72, La Verne Lutheran 62--Marcus Cotten had 28 points and 10 rebounds and Mathew Manzano added 16 points and 12 boards, pushing the Rams past the Trojans in the first round of the Webb Tournament. Mike Lee paced Lutheran with 19 points.   The Rams will face Ontario Christian today at 6:20 p.m. in the second round of the tourney.BOYS' REPUBLIC (72) Valencia 1, Marquez 6, Edwards 8, Cotten 28, Casillas 2, Thompkins 3, Battle 2, Williams 6, Manzano 16. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (64) Patton 9, Terry 13, Lee 19, Cumberland 8, Harmon 2, Mejia 13. Boys' Republic 17 13 18 24 -- 72 La Verne Lutheran 11 17 14 22 -- 64  Total fouls: BR 22, LVL 17. Fouled out: Cumberland (LVL), Battle (BR). Technical fouls: none.

Ontario Christian 78, Sherman Indian 66-- David Landry scored 24 points and dished out five assists for the Knights (1-0) and Matt Hoekstra added 19 points and seven rebounds.  ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (78) -- Garcia 9, Landry 24, Gibson 15, Fulkerson 5, M. Hoekstra 19, T. Hoekstra 6. SHERMAN INDIAN (66) -- Ivins 2, Key 5, Nez 18, Flores 12, Pina 19, Spoonhunter 10. Halftime score -- Ontario Christian 39-29. Three-point goals -- Garcia, Landrey 4, Key, Nez 4, Flores 4. Total fouls -- Ontario Christian 12, Sherman Indian 12. Records: Ontario Christian 1-0, Sherman Indian 0-2

Webb 46, Upland Christian 35 --Arjun Rao scored a game-high 13 points for the Webb Gauls and Danny Smith added another 12 points.  Upland Christian was led by Jake Garcia and Nick Roberds with 9 each.  The Gauls (1-0) led by two at the half after a 19-point second quarter. The score was tied at 2-2 after the first period. Danny Smith hit four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as Webb padded its lead.  Arjun Rao scored 13 points and pulled down 12 rebounds and Phil Cheng added eight points and 13 rebounds for the Gauls, who play Riverside Woodcrest Christian in the winner's bracket today.   UPLAND CHRISTIAN (35)  Cromer 5, Garcia 9, Roberds 9, Toupal 6, Armella 4, Ochoa 2. WEBB (46) Rao 13, Kim 2, Cheng 8, Smith 12, Lee 5, Baczynski 5, Whitfield 1. Upland Christian 2 17 5 11 -- 35 Webb 2 19 12 13 -- 46 Total fouls: UC 14, W 18. Fouled out: Sears (UC), Padelford (UC), Kim (W). Technical fouls: none.

Woodcrest Christian Tournament

La Sierra Academy 81, Baptist Christian 71 --LA SIERRA ACADEMY (81) -- Michael Kiemeney 22, Paschal 7, Gomez 17, Boloico 11, Verde 5, E. Verde 3, Bullon 8, Smith 2, Castro 6.  BAPTIST CHRISTIAN (71) -- scorers unavailable. Halftime score -- La Sierra Academy 38-29. Three-point goals -- Paschal, Boloico, E. Verde. Total fouls -- La Sierra Academy 13. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: La Sierra Academy 1-1

Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 54,   Cornerstone Christian 38-- Nick Sainato scored 17 points and Josh Williford added 14 to lead Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel to a victory at Woodcrest Christian High. Matthew Shear had 13 rebounds for Calvary Chapel.  CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN (38) -- J. Paul 11, C. Paul 6, C. Scheele 6, Johns 5, R. Scheele 5, Davis 3, Maze 2. MV CALVARY CHAPEL (54) -- Sainato 17, Williford 14, Jaimez 6, Castellano 4, Johnson 4, Leroy 4, Shear 3, Crain 2. Halftime score -- Calvary Chapel 27-16. Three-point goals -- C. Scheele 2, Sainato, Davis. Total fouls -- Cornerstone 14, Calvary Chapel 13. Fouled out -- C. Paul. Technical fouls -- J. Paul. Records: Cornerstone Christian 0-1; Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 1-0.

Woodcrest Christian 41, Desert Christian 33--Despite shooting 25 percent, Woodcrest Christian used strong half-court defense to hold off Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian in the first round of the Claremont Webb Tournament. Woodcrest held Bermuda Dunes scoreless until late in the second quarter. John Carpenter led all scorers with 17 points. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (41) -- Wells 3, Kevin Carpenter 17, Koning 1, Musich 6, Hawkins 5, Reyes 3, Daniel 6. DESERT CHRISTIAN (33) -- Smith 8, Johnson 14, Santana 2, Mangus 4, Brattrud 5. Halftime score -- Woodcrest Christian 14-9. Three-point goals -- Reyes 1. Total fouls -- Woodcrest Christian 11, Desert Christian 14. Fouled out -- Brattrud. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Woodcrest Christian 1-0, Desert Christian 1-1.


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