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Game Scores and Details From
Friday 12/1/00--(Dec. 2, 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).

Non-Tournament Game Scores

Alhambra 60, El Monte 41
Arcadia 78, Bassett 45
Avalon 70, Mesrobian 66
Bell-Jeff 68, Village Christian 50
Buckley 90, Stoneridge Prep 74
Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley  44, Lake Arrowhead Christian 35
Cajon 88, Redlands East Valley 61
Cathedral City 94, Central Union 69
Chino 49, Alta Loma 46
Claremont 75, Ontario 69
Duarte 65, Bosco Tech 58
El Toro 69, Aliso Niguel 62
Fairmont 49, Pioneer Paptist 42
Flintridge Prep 50, St. Margaret's 38
Fountain Valley 49, Los Amigos 38
Glendora 93, Blair 57
Harvard Westlake 74, Campbell Hall 58
Hueneme 76, Thacher 50
Immanuel Christian 58, Cornerstone Christian 44
Jordan 107, LACES 59
LA Baptist 56, Brentwood 55
La Quinta 64, El Centro Southwest 34
La Serna 56, Montebello 46
Monrovia 63, Whittier Christian 42
Palm Desert 57, Brawley 34
Paramount 41, Valley Christian Cerritos 38
Pilgrim 67, Renaissance Academy 64
San Gabriel 84, Cantwell Sacred Heart 58
San Jacinto 64, Paloma Valley 43
Santa Fe 65, Mountain View 37
Silver Valley 111, Vasquez 54
West Covina 66, Bell Gardens 55
West LA Baptist 84, Southwestern 46
Westlake 66, Buena 53

Valley League

AGBU 89, Summt View 27

Leading scorers-- 35--Drisdom (Calvary Chapel Downey); 34--Ward Henninger (Buckley); 33--La Bomme (West Covina); 32--O'Neil (Ridgecrest Burroughs); 31--Miken (Mesrobian); 30--DeVance (Cathedral City).

Tournament Game Scores

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitiational Tournament
Championship Semifinals:
Woodbridge 71,  El Dorado 67
Villa Park 65, Esperanza 53
Consolation Semifinals
Costa Mesa 52, Troy 51
Trabuco Hills 75, Anaheim 65
Corona 62, El Modena 57
Canyon 83, Loara 64
Servite 54, Valencia 52
California 67, Orange 32

BCW Buchanan Clovis West Tournament
Upland 82, Oakland Tech 64
Clovis West 101, Sylmar 63
Hanford 90, LA Poly 52
Dominguez 61, Central 56

Beaumont Tournament
Apple Valley 71, Rim of the World 68
Santiago 70, Bloomington 46
West Valley 50, Indio 30
Chaparral 85, San Bernardino 67
Palm Springs 62, Rubidoux 59
Moreno Valley 62, Beaumont 50

Borrego Springs Ttournament
Anza Hamilton 56, Mountain Empire 50

Bravo Magnet Tournament
Huntington Park 60, Jefferson 53
Bravo 57, Wilson 50

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
Semifinals
Calvary Chapel Downey 87, St. Monica 83
Pacific Hills 64, Brethren Christian 42
Consolation
St Anthony 74, St. Michael's 27
Fullerton 79, Eastside Christian 21

Buena Park Coyote Classic
Saddleback 54, Rancho Alamitos 52
Magnolia 56, Buena Park 55
Katella 72, Westminster 57

Gahr-Cerritos Tournament
Semifinals
Bellflower 72, Ramona 54
Gahr 62, Narbonne 54
Norwalk 70, Cerritos 66 (OT)
Cerritos 64, Marshall 62
Kaiser 64, Gahr B-25
Lakewood 59, Wilson 46

Hoover-Burbank Tournament
LA High 86, Hoover 59

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournament
Pomona 59, Valley View 55
Perris 56, Victor Valley 51
Perris 76, Tuscon 65
San Bernardino Pacific 86, Etiwanda 74
Corona Centennial 86, Riverside North 58

La Habra Tournament
Sonora 67, Downey 44

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Tournament
Bishop Diego 50, Antelope Valley Christian 45
Laguna Blanca 53, West Valley Christian
Holy Martyrs 54, Cate 30
Woodland Christian 45, GraceBrethren 40
New Roads 45, Kings Academy 43

Mission Viejo Reebok Diablo Inferno Tournament
San Clemente 58, Foothill 50

Nordhoff Boys Tournament
Ribet Academy 59, Fillmore 56
Moorpark 63, Channel Islands 48

Orange Lutheran Tournament
Cypress 65, South Bay Lutheran 35
Bakersfield Garces 75, Orange Lutheran 62

Pacifica Premier Tournament
Artesia 74, University 66
Cabrillo 63, Century 51
Edison 43, South Gate 39
Pacifica 68, La Sierra 52

Providence Tournament
Semifinals
Oakwood 60, Rio Hondo Prep 37
Providence 61, Pilibos 38
Consolation
St. Genevieve 62, LA Lutheran 61

Redondo Union Pacific Shores Tournament
Semifinals
Westchester 82, Redondo 69
Bishop Montgomery 78, Long Beach Jordan 57
Consolation Games
Long Beach Poly 71, Morningside 64

Rosemead Tournament
La Salle 64, Hacienda Heights Wilson 61
Dorsey 100, Ganesha 61
Rosemead 63, South Hills 61

San Luis Obispo Tournament
Santa Margarita 60, San Marcos 43

Santa Barbara County Tournament
Dos Pueblos 77, Lompoc 51
Santa Barbara 71, Righetti 63

Saugus Tournamnent
Gold Bracket Semifinals
Ridgecrest Burroughs 72, Saugus 57
Crescenta Valley 70, Oxnard 63
Silver Bracket Semifinals
Canyon 60, Glendale 57
Westlake 66, Buena 53
Bronze Bracket Semifnals
Highland 72, Stockdale 69 (OT)
Verdugo Hills 2, Van Nuys 0

Serrano Diamondback Shootout
Jurupa Valley 49, El Segundo 46
Silverado 70, Sultana 58

Simi Valley Tournamnent
Simi Valley 60, LA Taft 59
Camarillo 82, Chatsworth 71
North Hollywood 60, El Camino Real 33
Ventura 62, Littlerock 57

Venice Tournament
Semifinals

Locke 76, Hamilton 67
Venice 66, Garfield 65
Consolation
Price 69, San Fernando 46
Fifth Place
Culver City 73, University 55

Webb Tournanent
Semifinals
Ontario Christian 63, Boys Republic 50
Woodcrest Christian 45, Webb 32
Consolation Games
Desert Christian Bermuda Dunes 59, Upland Christian 41
Sherman Indian 77, La Verne Lutheran 75

Non- tournament Game Details

Avalon 70, Mesrobian 66--  Junior guard Joe Hernancez scored 24 points and senior forward Shawn Hall had 14 as the Lancers (2-0) defeated the host Bulldogs.

Bell-Jeff 68, Village Christian 50-- Bell Jef was led by Casey Markovic's 25 points and 15 rebounds. Tyler Kealey scored 18, while Romel Cabrerra had 9.   Andy Bunning 4, Tony Essa 1, chavez 4, Notoranni 4.  Village Christian was led by Darryl Ellis with 19. Bell Jeff is 1-1, VC 0-1.

Buckley 90, Stoneridge Prep 74--Senior Colin Ward Henninger poured in 34 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, while junior point guard David Gale hit for 12 points, 19 assists and 8 steals as the Griffins (2-0) beat Stoneridge Prep at home. James Williams of Stoneridge scored 18 before fouling out. Other scoring for Buckley were Brar 7, Broukhim 4, Weaver 4, Wolf 8, Sivalingam 19, Seisa 2, Clancy 8 Scannell 1.   Stoneridge scorers were Rene Shabastari 6, Nang 18, Shamsadi 19.    Stoneridge Prep set the California State scoring record for largest differential in a game on Wednesday, when they beat Bridges Academy 141-8.   Stoneridge is in Division V-A, and will be one of the challengers this year in that division.

Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley  44, Lake Arrowhead Christian 35 -- Josh Williford had 13 of his 20 points in the second half for the Lions, and he had 13 rebounds and nine steals. Moreno Valley Christian scored nine unanswered points in the second half.  MORENO VALLEY CALVARY CHAPEL (44) -- Williford 20, Shear 11, Sainato 11, Johnson 2, Castellano 0. LAKE ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (35) -- Kinsley 12, Heiser 7, Risden 6, Moody 6, Netherland 4. Halftime score -- Moreno Valley Calvary, 21-16. Three-point goals -- none. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley Calvary 19, Lake Arrowhead Christian 16. Fouled out -- Kinsley.  Records: Moreno Valley Calvary 2-0, Lake Arrowhead Christian 0-1.

Chino 49, Alta Loma 46 --Traije Malone's jumper with 26 seconds left gave the Cowboys the win over the Braves in the season opener. Johnny Dominguez led the Cowboys with 17 points, while Malone finished with 10. No Alta Loma player reached double figures.  

Claremont 75, Ontario 69-- Claremont hit 21 of 26, while Ontario hit just 15 of 25 free throws and the six missed shots, turned out to be the difference in the game. Claremont's Micah Lombard, Shaddean Aaron and Davar Wilburn dominated the glass.  After leading by just a point after three quarters, the Claremont opened a six-point lead when Wilburn scored off an offensive rebound with four minutes remaining. Ontario's Marlon Mitchell an excellent shooter, missed consecutive three-pointers, and ultimately finished with 14. Mitchell then slammed in a dunk to pull Ontario to within four points, 68-64. But Shaddean Aaron, who led all scorers with 27 points, hit a slam dunk to bring the score to 71-64 with just two minutes to play.   Ontario hung around some more, with Cameron Munoz hitting a three-pointer but Aaron again hit a layup, and Brandon Kinney then scored for Ontario, and Ontario's David Stepney then stole the ball, but passed to Mitchell who missed.  Claremont went to the line folllowing the missed shot, and that made for the final difference. Terrell finished with 12 points for the Wolfpack and Lombard added 11. Claremont 20 22 14 20 -- 76 Ontario 22 17 16 14 -- 69 Total fouls: C 20, O 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Duarte 64 Don Bosco Tech 58--Bosco Tech lost their home opener to Duarte by a score of 64-58. The Tigers came out fast and led at halftime 33-32. After the intermission, Duarte's  outside shooters began to prevail. Bosco Tech made one last at Duarte in the 4th quarter by ran out of time. Bosco Tech scoring: Espana 27, Womack  12,Perez 4, Lopez 3, Gerardo 3, Reyes 2, Balingit 2, Felix 2.

El Toro 69, Aliso Niguel 62--Matt Green caught an elbow near the eye that required stitches in the first half, but came back to score all 10 of his points in the second half for El Toro (2-0). Ashkan Nazari had 22 points and Chris Parish 19 the Chargers.

Emmanuel Christian 58, Cornerstone Christian 44--Emmanuel Christian (58) — Brown 17, Graham 2, Staples 4, Byrd 2, Minnick 2, Channer 22, Teeter 2, Spargo 4, Schmirerer 3. Cornerstone Christian (44) — Hurtado 18, Walker 7, Reed 3, Foley 12, Sack 2, June 2 Emmanuel Christian 19 15 12 12—58 Cornerstone Christian 11 8 12 13—44 Records — Emmanuel Christian 1-2, Cornerstone Christian 0-2.

Fountain Valley 49, Los Amigos 38--Chris Daily scored 13 points to pace the visiting Barons (1-0). Peter Vu finished with a game-high 24 points for the Lobos (0-2).

Flintridge Prep 50, St. Margaret's 38--Flintridge (1-0) was led by Young with 10 points and he was the only scorer in double digits. St. Margaret's is 0-1.

Harvard Westlake 74, Campbell Hall 58-- Harvard Westlake (1-0) held the Vikings to 8 second quarter points while hitting for 17 durig the period to take the win at hom.  HW was led by Austin Scott's 14 and Brian Coffey's 16 points and 9 rebounds.  Craig Weinstein had 10 points and 8 assists.  Others scoring for the Wolverines were Brice Taylor with 9, Gilman 2, Weinberger 3, Shook 1, Matthies 6, Chung 4, Wizenberg 2, Jones 2, and Wooldridge 2.  Campbell Hall was led by Anthony Locke with 22, Harris 15, Miller e,DeVaughn Nixon 5, Derrick Williams with 11 and Matt Kaplan 2. Campbell Hall is now 0-1. 

L.A. Baptist 56, Brentwood 55--Chris Tillman scored on a tip-in with eight seconds left to lift the Knights (1-0) to a nonleague victory at L.A. Baptist. Brentwood held the lead most of the second half after a 15 point four minute segment in the 3rd quarter. However, down the stretch, the Eagles gave up 6 offensive rebounds and were outscored by 4 in the fourth. The final minute saw two straight offensivde boards and a made layup by LAB followed by a missed runner at the buzzer by Nick Henry from Brentwood. Scorers: Brentwood - Henry - 15, Turner - 12, Bak - 10, Egwuatu - 9 & 10 Reb., Rapore - 4, Dickerson - 3, Nishimura - 2 LAB - Peterson - 23, Madigan - 12, Sanders - 11, Tillman - 9, Bunch - 3

Parmount 41, Valley Christian Cerritos 38-- the Pirates (2-0) caused 20 turnovers and senior guard Troy Wicker scored 10 points as the Pirates held off the visiting Crusaders (0-1).

San Jacinto 64, Paloma Valley 43 -- San Jacinto outscored Paloma Valley 39-19 in the second half to pull away. Daniel Padilla scored all of his team-high 18 points in the second half. SAN JACINTO (64) -- Duguid 11, Padilla 18, Luna 3, Frazier 14, Holmes 6, Norman 6, Wood 2, Medina 1, Davis 3. PALOMA VALLEY (43) -- Fajardo 3, Mejia 10, McNulty 19, Lucchesi 7, Maude 2, Vargas 2.  Halftime score -- San Jacinto 25-24. Three-point goals -- Duguid 2, Luna, Padilla 2, Frazier 2, Fajardo, McNulty, Lucchesi. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 15, Paloma Valley 7.  Records: San Jacinto is 1-0, Paloma Valley is 0-2.

Santa Fe 65, Mountain View 37-- The Chiefs jumped to a 22-5 first-quarter advantage as Robert Ruiz made a pair of 3-point baskets and senior William Gamble, who has not played since his freshman year, scored eight of his 12 points in that period. Returning letterman Mike Garcia took over in the second quarter with five field goals on a variety of close shots to score 11 points. That, along with Duke Rivera's five, helped the Chiefs to a 45-14 lead at halftime. The Vikings were led by Victor Romero and Frank Rodriguez with eight points each, followed by seven from John Mosqueda, all of the latter's coming in the fourth quarter.  Garcia finished with a game-high 13 points and John Temidara matched Gamble's 12 points.

Valley League

AGBU 89, Summt View 27--AGBU (1-2) led the enrire way, holding Summit View  (0-3, 0-1) to just 5 points in the second haldf. Apik of AGBU had 31 points to lead all scorers.

Tournament Game Details

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitiational Tournament
Championship Semifinals:

Woodbridge 71,  El Dorado 67--Patrick Haddan hit six late free throws, helping Woodbridge hang on to beat El Dorado, 71-67, in the semifinals of the Taco Company Invitational Friday at Loara High.  Danny Lambert led Woodbridge (3-0) with 20 points. Mike Wulff scored a game-high 22 for El Dorado (2-1).   With the Warriors leading, 62-60, Tash Forehan-Kelly hit a 10-foot jumper with 2:04 remaining. El Dorado answered, but the Warriors came back with another Kelly bucket to make it 66-62 with 1:10 left.  El Dorado forward Mike Wulff led all scorers with 26 points.  Woodbridge (3-0) was in control early, taking a 23-10 lead late in the first quarter. El Dorado came back with some strong play inside and went on a 15-2 run to tie it, 25-25, with 5:01 left in the half. The Golden Hawks (2-1) benefited from Danny Lambert's foul trouble. Woodbridge's all-county guard picked up his third foul in the quarter. Even without Lambert, the Warriors still managed to take a 32-29 lead at halftime.  The game remained close in the third quarter. El Dorado began hitting shots from the outside, draining three three-pointers to take a 50-49 lead at the end of the quarter. Guard Kyle Miller had two of those three-pointers. El Dorado stretched the lead to 58-56, but Woodbridge scored the next four points to take a 60-58 lead with 4:19 left.

Villa Park 65, Esperanza 53--Tommy Stankan scored 15 points and Matt MacGinnis had 11 for Villa Park (3-0), which outscored the Aztecs, 21-14, in the third quarter.

Consolation Semifinals

Costa Mesa 52, Troy 51-- Senior Mike Whittaker scored 14 points, including four three-pointers to lead the Costa Mesa the win over Troy in the consolation semifinals of the Loara Taco Company Tournament.  The Mustangs (2-1) led by as many as 11 in the fourth quarter and held on for dear life down the stretch.    Junior Chad Vakili had 10 points, while sophomore Danny Krikorian added 9, all on three-pointers  Costa Mesa 14 16 14 8 - 52     Troy 14 17 4 16 - 51  Costa Mesa - Conte 5, Krikorian 9, Whittaker 14, Vakili 10, Clark 2, Payne 12.  3 pt. goals - Whittaker 4, Krikorian 3, Vakili 1, Conte 1.   Fouled out - None. Troy - Tra. Hardeman 3, Tre. Hardeman 2, Knobke 2, Dalafu 6, Palta 5, Chadha 12, Baird 4, Gilkes 17. 3 pt. goals - Dalfu 2, Chadha 2, Halta 1, Tra. Hardeman 1. Fouled out - None

Trabuco Hills 75, Anaheim 65--James Webster scored 19 points and Ian Wright added 13 for Trabuco Hills (2-1). Quinn Hawking scored 22 points for Anaheim (1-2). 

Corona 62, El Modena 57-- Daniel Gonzalez had 23 points and 16 rebounds and Greg Wolfe had 13 rebounds to help lead Corona at the Taco Company Invitational.CORONA (62) -- Brown 2, Verdusco 1, Morrow 19, Wolfe 9, Hyun 5, Duran 1, Gonzalez 23.  EL MODENA (57) -- Mechling 9, Rabb 6, Dominic 18, Tavon 8, D. Micheal 4, Armstrong 4, P. Micheal 7. Halftime score -- Tied, 29-29. Three-point goals -- Mechling, Dominic, D. Micheal, Morrow 3. Total fouls -- Corona 20, El Modina 21. Fouled out -- Verdusco, Smith, Tavon.   Records: Corona is 1-3.

Canyon 83, Loara 64--Nate Miller connected on five three-pointers to finish with 27 points and lead the Comanches (2-1) in a fifth-place semifinal. Chris Moses scored 18 points and Bryce Sheldon added 15 to lead the Saxons (1-2).

Servite 54, Valencia 52--Sebastian Zeilonka had 19 points and Billy Burfeind added 16 to lead the Friars (2-1) in a fifth-place semifinal game.

California 67, Orange 32--The Condors (1-2) got their first win of the season during a consolation game. Matt Amedo scored 16 points to lead Cal.

BCW Buchanan Clovis West Tournament

Upland 82, Oakland Tech 64--The Highlanders (3-0) jumped out to a 29-12 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Sheldon Pace led the way with 20 points and 10 assists, Kirk Snyder scored 16 points, Jesse Pruitt added 14 and Lionel Davis contributed 11. Upland held Oakland Tech star player Demarshay Johnson, who is a NCAA Division I recruit, to 10 points and four rebounds.

Clovis West 101, Sylmar 63--Clovis West seeded No.2 in the B/CW Kiwanis Invitational Gold Division hammered Sylmar 101-63 in the Clovis West west gym to advance to the semifinals. Clovis West, which stunned Mater Dei in last season's state regional semifinals to gain national recognition, plays third-seeded Inglewood . the Eagles scored the first 14 points of the game and cruised to victory. The Spartans made just one real threat, closing to 30-25 on Earnest Williams' 3-pointer to start the second quarter. Sylmar managed just five points that quarter, and Clovis West rolled to a 58-27 halftime lead. Tyrone Jackson scored 14 points, Jason Walberg 12 and Chris Hernandez 10 in the first half. All three finished with 18 points to lead 14 Eagles scorers. The Eagles made eight 3-pointers, including four by Jason Walberg. They were 6 for 21 in the first half. Williams had 20 for Sylmar. Louis Darby, who scored the Spartans' first eight and 12 of their first 17 points, finished with 17.

Hanford 90, LA Poly 52--Hanford, the top seed in the Bronze Division, jumped to a 30-13 first-quarter lead and blew away LA Polytechnic 90-52 at Clovis West. Thirteen of 14 players scored for the Bullpups, led by Richard Rose and Lenny McAlister, who had 18 apiece. Rose scored 13 in the second quarter, and McAlister had 15 in the first half as Hanford opened a 57-31 lead.

Dominguez 61, Central 56--Sal Espinoza scored 24 points, and had Adam Wall 22 to lead the upset-minded Grizzlies, coming off a 78-46 thrashing by Upland. Seven-footer Tyson Chandler led the Dons with 23 points, as Dominguez moved on to play Upland in the semifinals on Saturday. .

Beaumont Tournament

Apple Valley 71, Rim of the World 68--In a semifinal game in the championship bracket of the Beaumont last night,  Apple Valley sophomore guard Kurt Oliver scored 18 points and went 8 for 8 from the line to lead all scorers.    Rim of the World senior guard Michael George scored 16 points and added 8 assists, while Apple Valley senior guard Noah Urbina added another 12 points.    Rim's  Jon Jurado scored 11 points and senior forward Scott Creswell hit for 9 points and 12 rebounds. Rim of the World will face San Bernardino High Saturday for the consolation game at 6:00. The Scots are now 2-1 in the tournament.  Scoring by quarters:  Rim of the Word 20 11, 9  28--68;  Apple Valley 18, 14, 13 26--71; Rim of the World:  Brad Huff 0, Dan Gladwell 0, Jason Brouton 0, Jeff Eynon 5, Jon Jurado 11, Michael George 16 points, 8 assists, 1 steal; Ryan Hartsock 0, Scott Creswell 9 points, 12 rebounds.

Santiago 70, Bloomington 46--  Corona Santiago outscored Bloomington 25-10 in the third quarter to advance to the consolation championship of the Beaumont Tournament. Noel Cliett led Santiago with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Chester Coleman added 19 points and 11 rebounds. BLOOMINGTON (46) -- Thomas 9, Davis 7, James 1, Smith 6, Bradley 4, Lee 6, Montoya 13.  SANTIAGO (70) -- Chester Coleman 19, LeDuc 9, M. Johnson 4, Noel Cliett 20, Black 10, May 2, Simioli 1, Holden 2, L. Johnson 2. Halftime score -- Santiago 35-25. Three-point goals -- Coleman 2, Black, Thomas, Smith 2, Montoya 2. Total fouls -- Bloomington 23, Santiago 19. Fouled out -- Lee.     Records: Santiago 2-1, Bloomington 1-2.

West Valley 50, Indio 30--no details were available

Chaparral 85, San Bernardino 67 --no details were available

Palm Springs 62, Rubidoux 59-- Jomar Owens paced Rubidoux with 17 points and nine rebounds. Durel Williams hit two free throws to give Rubidoux a 57-56 lead with 1:20 remaining, but Palm Springs responded with a basket and two free throws. PALM SPRINGS (62) -- Crawford 4, Harris 19, Whitted 7, Greer 9, Barton 19, Dahlin 4, Berry 0. RUBIDOUX (59) -- Jackson 4, Williams 11, Prator 2, Owens 17, Walker 6, Murcio 13, Hemmings 6. Halftime score -- Rubidoux 35-22. Three-point goals -- Palm Springs, Harris, Whitted. Rubidoux, Williams. Total fouls -- Palm Springs 19, Rubidoux 20. Fouled out -- Berry. Technical fouls -- Berry, Rubidoux coach. Records: Palm Springs 2-1, Rubidoux 1-2.

Moreno Valley 62, Beaumont 50--Despite 26 turnovers, Moreno Valley defeated Beaumont in the third round of the Beaumont Tournament. Ron Howard led all scorers with 25 points.Moreno Valley (62) -- Ron Howard 25, Clarke 2, Lynch 0, Norwood 0, Conley 11, Brown 10, Ashley 2, Bailey 5, Mann 5, Long 2, McNiel 0, Dillon 0, Bundy 0 Beaumont (50) -- Soto 2, Mitchell 15, Ramos 6, Mendoza 6, Hackney 5, Curtis 13.  Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 25-19. Three-point goals -- Howard 4, Conley 3, Bailey, Mann, Curtis 2. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 27, Beaumont 11. Fouled out -- Ashley, Conley. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Moreno Valley 2-1, Beaumont 1-2.

Borrego Springs Ttournament

Anza Hamilton 56, Mountain Empire 50 --no details available

Bravo Magnet Tournament

Huntington Park 60, Jefferson 53--no details available

Bravo 57, Wilson 50--no details available

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
Semifinals

Calvary Chapel Downey 87, St. Monica 83-- Score by quarters: CC 18 27 17 25 87;  StM 19 19 25 20 83;  St. Monica's led by 1 going into the 4th, but Tim Drisdom hit two big threes and David Grace hit a back breaker 3-pointer with a minute to go. High scorers: Drisdom 29, Johnathan James 30, Sean Cole 26 pts, 16 reb, 5 asst and 12/17 FT,  Jamayne Potts 16pts, 8 asst, 3 threes, Hampton Nunley 14 pts (all in  the second half), 2 threes, Lance Washington, 13 pts, 3 threes.  Potts left the game early in the 4th with a mild concussion and will sit out Saturday's game against against Brethren Christian.

Pacific Hills 64, Brethren Christian 42--Jordan led the Bruins (3-0) with 21 points, while Amani Daanish had 10 in the victory.  Brethren   Christian fell to 1-2.

Consolation
St Anthony 74, St. Michael's 27--Jay Arizbal scored 18 points and Lauren Brown had 20 to lead St. Anthony's to the consolatoin win. The Saints outscored St. Michaels 23-4 in the first quarter.

Fullerton 79, Eastside Christian 21--Chris Stevenson had 13 points, seven rebounds and six assists to lead the Indians (2-1).

Buena Park Coyote Classic

Saddleback 54, Rancho Alamitos 52--Ismael Isais scored 21 points and Robert Gonzalez added 17 to lead the Roadrunners (2-2) to the third-round victory. Art Aguilar led the Vaqueros (0-3) with 13 points.

Magnolia 56, Buena Park 55--Geoffrey Clayton scored 27 points and Vincent Bryant added 19 to help the Sentinels (2-1) advance to the third-place game. Chris Engram finished with 18 points and 16 rebounds, pacing the Coyotes (0-3).

Katella 72, Westminster 57 --no details available

Gahr-Cerritos Tournament
Semifinals

Bellflower 72, Ramona 54--Riverside Ramona outscored Bellflower 18-7 in the third quarter but was unable to erase a 31-point halftime deficit in a fifth place semifinal in the Cerritos Gahr Tip-Off Tournament. "Once we settled down after a miserable first half, we did our stuff," Ramona coach Matt Howell said. Walter Carr had 15 points and Keenan Alex had 12 for the Rams. RAMONA (54) -- Henry 4, Downey 4, Valentine 2, Carr 15, Mosqueda 2, Fletcher 12, Alex 13, Diaz 2.  BELLFLOWER (72) -- Allen 4, Hendricks 21, Lewis 10, Saunder 10, Jackson 2, Bradford 15, Hubbard 3, Castro 4, Simpson 2. Halftime score -- Bellflower 47-16. Three-point goals -- Allen, Hendricks, Lewis, Hubbard. Total fouls -- Bellflower 17, Ramona 17. Fouled out -- None. Technical foul -- Bellflower coach. Records: Ramona is 1-3. Bellflower is 3-1

Gahr 62, Narbonne 54--Point guard Uzoma Mmeje had 15 points, six rebounds and five assists for the Gauchos (3-1), who fell to Gahr (3-0) in the third round.

Norwalk 70, Cerritos 66 (OT)--no details available.

Cerritos 64, Marshall 62--  Senior guard Jason Convento scored a season high 33 points to help the Dons win their first game of the season over the Eagles.

Kaiser 64, Gahr B-25----no details available.

Lakewood 59, Wilson 46-- In what was an early Moore League preview, senior forward Armand Ivory scored 9 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead Lakewood past Wilson in a semifinal at Cerritos.

Hoover-Burbank Tournament

LA High 86, Hoover 59-- LA (2-1) was led by Field with 27, Germaine Arterberry 17, Pegg 6, Jackson 10, and Herron 2;  Hoover was led by Bagdasarian with 28.

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournament

Pomona 59, Valley View 55-- The Red Devils opened bracket play in the J.W. North Tournament with a win over the Eagles. Embert Madison scored 15 points and Odell Howard had 11 for Pomona (3-1).  Pomona took a 10-point lead into the fourth quarter and held on by hitting free throws down the stretch to fend off the Valley View comeback. William Tosca came off the bench to score eight points in the middle two quarters to help the Red Devils hold the lead. Embert Madison scored a team-high 15 points, O'dell Howard had 11 points and eight rebounds and Spencer Smith had nine rebounds for Pomona. VALLEY VIEW (55) Castilla 2, McCann 17, Duffy 12, Summerview 8, Hayes 4, Mink 1, Thompson 2, Bradley 9 POMONA (59) Howard 11, Madison 15, Smith 8, Dang 8, Holden 9, Tosca 8. Valley View 11 11 16 17 -- 55 Pomona 14 18 16 11 -- 59 Total fouls: VV 16, P 17. Fouled out: Smith (P). Technical fouls: Pomona bench.

Perris 56, Victor Valley 51--no details available

Perris 76, Tuscon 65--no details available

San Bernardino Pacific 86, Etiwanda 74--no details available

Corona Centennial 86, Riverside North 58 --no details available

La Habra Tournament

Sonora 67, Downey 44--no details available

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Tournament

Bishop Diego 50, Antelope Valley Christian 45-- This was a semifinal of the 16-team tournament at Bishop Diego. Pat Menehan and Matt Korsan, who was in foul trouble much of the game, led the Cardinals with 11 points each, while Jason Renick added 10, including seven of Bishop's last 11 points in the game . Bishop will play Holy Martyrs, which beat Cate 54-30 in the other semifinal, in the title game.   Cate will play Antelope Valley Christian for third place ANTELOPE VALLEY CHRISTIAN -- Fanagan 22, Ledford 2, Wang 5, Cho 16. Totals 12 19-27 45.  BISHOP DIEGO -- Um 3, Renick 10, Jahangir 2, Gallagher 4, Minehan 11, Brown 2, Korsan 11, Cavaletto 7. Totals 17 14-22 50. Antelope Vally Chr . . . 7 12 10 16--45 Bishop Diego . . . 11 11 12 16--50  3-point goals-- AVC 2 (Fanagan 2), BD 2 (Um, Minehan). Total fouls -- AVC 18, BD 24. Fouled out -- Cavaletto, Fanagan.

Laguna Blanca 53, West Valley Christian--Eric Geeb scored a team-high 14 points and tallied six assists to help lead Laguna Blanca to a 53-44 victory over West Valley Christian. The victory allows the Owls to play for the consolation championship against Woodland Christian.  The Owls' Andy Nelson added six points and nine rebounds while Brandon Wicks contributed with 13 points and eight rebounds. LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 14, Scott 6, Jeffrey 8, Wicks 13, Nelson 6, Lewis 1, Kaufman 5. Totals 18 12-26  WEST VALLEY -- George 16, Deghi 2, Daryush Jahanbigloo 24, Wilson 2. Totals 21 1-2 44. Laguna Blanca . . . 12 19 ╩8 14 -- 53  West Valley . . . 11 8 14 11 -- 44 3-point goals -- LB 5 (Geeb 3), WV 1. Fouled out -- Jahanbigloo, Wilson. Technicals -- none.

Holy Martyrs 54, Cate 30 -- HOLY MARTYRS -- Darakjian 6, Dukmasian 10, Karagueuzian 2, Rostamian 12, Ghevondian 3, Paul Borugian 18, Babayans 3.  CATE -- Mack 8, Nagano 5, Hackleman 10, Hsu 4, Altman 3. Holy Martys . . . 14 17 20 3 -- 54   Cate . . . 9  6  4 11 -- 30 

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

New Roads 45, Kings Academy 43--no details available

Mission Viejo Reebok Diablo Inferno Tournament

San Clemente 58, Foothill 50 --no details available

Nordhoff Boys Tournament

Ribet Academy 59, Fillmore 56--Fillmore (56) — Fore 4, Herrera 14, Arroyo 6, Ferrer 10, Cardona 2, Ruiz 3, De La Piedra 3, Murillo 14. Ribet Academy (59) — Thomas 12, Woods 13, Beghorm 10, Shead 3, Bassey 6, Clark 2, Schafferrer 3.  Fillmore 7 13 15 21—56 Ribet Academy 18 9 16 16—59 3-Point field goals — Fillmore 4 (Ferrer 2, Ruiz 1, De La Piedra 1), Ribet Academy 2 (Thomas 1, Shead 1). Records — Fillmore 0-3, Ribet Academy 1-1.

Moorpark 63, Channel Islands 48-- Moorpark (63) — S. Fortman 4, Carter 5, Atamian 6, Ididzadeh 3, Ceja 2, Russ 7, Estandia 18, Tormos 1, Sharpe 17. Channel Islands (48) — Sliva 2, Gagliardo 1, Gamayo 2, Solis 16, Diaz 3, Avila 7, Baier 7, Berrelleza 10.  Moorpark 9 20 15 19—63 Channel Islands 15 11 9  13—48 3-Point goals — Morpark 5 (Sharpe 4, Atamin 1), Channel Islands 2 (Avila, Berrelleza 1).

Orange Lutheran Tournament

Cypress 65, South Bay Lutheran 35--Jon Uyloan finished with 11 points and seven assists, and Matt Reid added 18 points to pace the Centurions (1-1) in another second-round game.

Bakersfield Garces 75, Orange Lutheran 62--Marc Troyer had 24 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks for Orange Lutheran in the second-round game.

Pacifica Premier Tournament

Artesia 74, University 66--the Pioneers (3-0) used 22 points and 14 rebounds from junior forward Ryan M;eulleur in a win over the Trojans in a semifinals game.

Cabrillo 63, Century 51--Ruben Pineda had 19 points in the third-round loss for the Centurions (1-2). Junior forward Jushay Rockett had 16 points and 16 rebounds for the Jaguars (2-1) over the Centurions (1-2) in a pool play game at Pacifica.

Edison 43, South Gate 39--Matt Gonzales hit a three-pointer with 25 seconds remaining to give Edison (2-1) the lead for good. Kyong-Su Min led the Chargers with 15 points and Gonzales finished with 12 in the pool-play game.  

Pacifica 68, La Sierra 52 --Kelly Gurnea hit five three-pointers and Joel Buck added 14 for Pacifica. Everett Rincon paced La Sierra with 16 points. Despite the loss, La Sierra's record in pool play qualifies the Eagles to play in the championship game of the Pacifica Tournament against Artesia at 7 p.m. today. PACIFICA (68) -- Santos 12, Gurnea 25, Buck 14, Brosseau 9, Washington 2, Forster 2, Cooper 4, Reed 0.  LA SIERRA (52) -- Rincon 16, Cryder 6, Johnson 2, Midgett 8, Biggs 4, Mayfield 1, Reese 8, Bock 3, Malit 4.  Halftime score -- Pacifica 37-30. Three-point goals -- Gurnea 4, Brosseau 3, Cryder 2, Rincon 3, Reese 2. Total fouls -- Pacifica 15, LaSierra 21. Fouled out -- Biggs, Reed.  Records: Pacifica 1-2, La Sierra 2-1.

Providence Tournament
Semifinals

Oakwood 60, Rio Hondo Prep 37--Nick Mark led Oakwood with 21 points and Stan Musgrave finished with 18 as the much-improved Gorrillas demolished Rio Hondo Prep, holding them to just 5 points in the crucial third quarter while scoring 18. Other scorers for Oakwood were Noble 6, Feirstain 2, Fetty 5, Howard 8.   Rio Hondo scoring: Hampton 3, Drain 8, Westervoorde 3, Derius t, Wellman 4, Echevarria 10.

Providence 61, Pilibos 38--Derek Jones was held to just 12 points, while Javier had 19, and Escobedo finished with 13 for the Pioneers who advance to play Oakwood in the finals on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. at Providence.

Consolation
St. Genevieve 62, LA Lutheran 61----no details available.

Redondo Union Pacific Shores Tournament
Semifinals

Westchester 82, Redondo 69-- Faced with Westchester's nonstop defensive pressure, Redondo turned the ball over 28 times, including 17 in the first half.   Westchester had three players score in double digits, including 20 each from guards Brandon Heath and Hassan Adams. Adams, a junior pumped in 11 points in the second period to give Westchester a 40-32 lead at the half. Redondo was still in the game thanks to 14 missed free throws by Westchester. Redondo was forced to play catch up the entire second half. As the deficit grew to 11 at 59-48, Redondo pulled a page from Westchester's playbook and used the full-court press to cause three consecutive turnovers. They were turned into six points and Redondo trailed by only five points.  But two Keith Everage free throws gave Westchester a seven-point lead at the end of the third.  On the first play of the fourth quarter, Heath hit a 3-pointer that stretched the lead to 10 at 64-54 and the race was on. With the double-digit lead, Westchester turned up the defensive pressure and wore down the Redondo offense.

Bishop Montgomery 78, Long Beach Jordan 57--Led by senior guard Errick Craven's 18 points, Bishop Montgomery advanced to the finals of the Redondo Pacific Shores Tournament. Bishop took a 40-25 lead into the second half and dominated Long Beach Jordan in the third period 22-12.

Consolation Games
Long Beach Poly 71, Morningside 64--Jonathan Harper hit for 27 points while Carlos Rivers had 10 for the Jackrabbits in a consolation game. Morningside was led by Marlon Brisco with 19, and Payne with 16.

Rosemead Tournament

La Salle 64, Hacienda Heights Wilson 61--no details available

Dorsey 100, Ganesha 61--no details available

Rosemead 63, South Hills 61no details available

San Luis Obispo Tournament

Santa Margarita 60, Santa Barbara San Marcos 43--Travis Smith had 21 points, Len Collins 13 and Brandon Rohe 12 points and 10 rebounds for Santa Margarita (2-0), which advanced to play Encino Crespi in today's championship game. Duane Fortune scored a team-high 15 points and Aaron Mercer added 14 for San Marcos Fortune finished with three 3-pointers while Mercer was 7-of-9 from the free-throw line. San Marcos (1-1) will play in the tournament's third-place game

Santa Barbara County Tournament

Dos Pueblos 77, Lompoc 51--The Chargers finish the tournament 3-1, which leaves them in a tie for second behind Arroyo Grande. The Eagles beat Cabrillo 74-42 on Friday.   Dos Pueblos grabbed control of the game early, building a 12-7 lead with an 8-0 run and extending it to 24-14 by the end of the quarter. Steve Graybill led the way with nine points, while Sherman added five and Omar Cowan six. Graybill and Cowan finished with 15 points while Sherman enjoyed a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds.   Lompoc's Joel Smith, who had been averaging nearly 20 points, opened the game with a 3-pointer but did not score again in the first half.  Smith apparently was frustrated by being guarded by senior Damon Jenkins, enough so to draw a technical foul late in the first period, was benched for the next quarter by Lompoc coach Joe Smith, who also happens to be his father.  He returned for the second half but the game was well out of hand by then. He finished with nine points, which tied him for high scorer for the Braves. Eleven of the 12 Charger players scored and 14 of their 30 baskets came after assists. LOMPOC -- Smith 9, Villa 6, Hilley 4, Starks 4, Winter 5, Steinke 7, Froelich 3, Ramey 9, Coleman 4. Totals 16 14-22 51. DOS PUEBLOS -- Jenkins 2, Graybill 15, Cowan 15, Sherman 17, Roegner 8, Ortiz 2, Dalley 4, Dillon 2, Iden 5, Flores 5, Aguilera 2. Totals 30 14-22 77. Lompoc . . . 14 15 10 12 -- 51 Dos Pueblos . . . 24 19 18 16 -- 77   3-point goals--L 5 (Smith, Starks, Winter, Froelich, Villa), DP 3 (Graybill 2, Cowan). Fouled out--Steinke. Technical fouls--Smith, Graybill, Sherman, Ramey.

Santa Barbara 71, Righetti 63--Santa Barbara High star Dommanic Ingerson scored only two points in the first half and received a double-technical foul for arguing with the referees with a little more than a minute left in the game. As he was leaving the court, Ingerson pointed to the "Santa Barbara" on his jersey and put two thumbs down. It was unclear exactly what the gesture meant, but he clearly was not a happy camper, despite a 71-63 win by the Dons. Righetti's Robert Osorio was the main reason the Warriors kept the game close as the senior scored a game-high 27 points while pulling down 13 rebounds. Ingerson, who had 102 points in his first three games, finished with 17 points.  Osorio, who was chewing up anyone the Dons (3-1 overall) could throw at him, was the soldier keeping Righetti (2-2) in the fight constantly getting second chance points.  Ingerson, who didn't start, wasn't a factor at all in the first half, hitting only 1-6 shots, but heated up a little bit in the second half, canning 6-13 shots, including three treys.  At the end of the pivotal third quarter, Righetti was down 50-40, and got as close as 65-60, but it was too little, too late. Stepping up to shoulder some of the offensive load was Trey Putnam, Dante Bogan and Kerry Russell. The three combined for 33 points on the evening, with Putnam scoring 15, Bogan had 10 and Russell finished up with eight. Putnam also had eight boards. RIGHETTI -- Osorio 27, Comeau 13, McCutcheon 8, Hampton 8, Ramos, 6.  SBHS --Ingerson 17, Putnam 15, DeRose 12, Bogan 10, Russell 8, Koester 6, Waterman 3. Righetti . . . 15 16 10 23 -- 63  Santa Barbara . . . 18 12 19 21 -- 71  3-point goals -- R 2-16 (Hampton 2), SB 4-13 (Ingerson 3). Rebounds -- R 29 (Osorio 13), SB 27 (Putnam 8).

Saugus Tournamnent

Gold Bracket Semifinals

Ridgecrest Burroughs 72, Saugus 57-- Rory O'Neil scored 32 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked four shots to lead Burroughs of Ridgecrest (4-0) to a 72-57 victory Friday over host Saugus (2-1) in the Gold Bracket game of the Saugus Boys' Basketball Tournament. Bradford Sayer led the Centurions with 14 points, and Elliott Behar added 13.  

Crescenta Valley 70, Oxnard 63-- They're going to have to start to call this the "Rockfish North Valley-Saugus Tournament" because four Rockfish players went at it on Friday as Crescenta Valley guard Jimmy Goffredo (Rockfish) scored 26 points and teammate James Jenkins (Rockfish) added 20 points as the Falcons (4-0) defeated Oxnard in the other championship semifinal.  Chris Tarne (Rockfish) of Crescenta Valley had 14 points, while Oxnard's Nick Curtis (Rockfish) had 19.  

Silver Bracket Semifinals

Canyon 60, Glendale 57--Canyon guard Matt Nelson hit a 3-pointer with 32 seconds left in the game to complete the Cowboys' (2-1) fourth-quarter comeback. On Glendale's next possession, guard Riley Van Patten was called for traveling with five seconds left. Nelson then hit two free throws after being fouled to seal the victory. Brian Waite of Canyon finished with 19 points. Varooj Karibyan led the Dynamiters (1-2) with 16 points.

Westlake 66, Buena 53--Westlake's Kole Anderson and Adam Mazarei scored 39 of the team's 66 points to lead the Warriors (2-1) to a victory over Buena (1-2) in the Silver bracket. Anderson scored 24 points and made four 3-pointers and Mazarei scored 15, hitting three 3-pointers, and dishing 7 assists. Hylas Smith led Buena with 23 points.

Bronze Bracket Semifnals

Highland 72, Stockdale 69 (OT)--Highland rallied from a nine-point fourth-quarter deficit as the Bulldogs (1-3) outlasted Stockdale (1-3) in a Bronze-bracket game. Highland struggled with its shooting until the fourth quarter and overtime hitting four 3-point baskets in the final periods. Bulldogs point guard Idel Dawson had 19 points, eight rebounds and five assists. Nick Reese led the Mustangs with 16 points.

Verdugo Hills 2, Van Nuys 0--Van Nuys was forced to forfeit its game with Verdugo Hills because the Van Nuys administration refused to let the team leave school early enough to make the 1 p.m. tipoff. Van Nuys thus moved to the loser's bracket and was scheduled to play Stockdale Saturday.

Serrano Diamondback Shootout

Jurupa Valley 49, El Segundo 46-- Jurupa Valley went on a 20-9 run in the second quarter that erased a two-point deficit after the first quarter in the final game of pool play in the Diamondback Shootout at Phelan Serrano. El Segundo outscored the Jaguars 17-9 in the fourth quarter, but Jurupa Valley was 5 of 6 from the line in the fourth to stave off El Segundo's rally. Jurupa Valley will play at 4:30 today in the fifth-place game.JURUPA VALLEY (49) -- Lozano 4, Garcia 0, West 13, Brito 2, Barber 15, Zucca 4, Frias 11.  EL SEGUNDO (46) -- Peltz 2, Strong 14, Robinson 2, McCullough 0, Hopson 19, Pettis 4, Vasilly 2, Gomez 3. Halftime score -- Jurupa Valley 31-22. Three-point goals -- Gomez 1, Strong 1, Hopson 3, Frias 3, West 2. Total fouls -- Jurupa Valley 9, El Sugundo 19. Fouled out -- Strong.   Records: Jurupa Valley is 1-2, El Segundo 1-2.

Silverado 70, Sultana 58--no details available.

Simi Valley Tournamnent

Simi Valley 60, LA Taft 59--Jared Weaver scored Simi Valley High's last seven points over the final 2:13 of the game as the host Pioneers rallied from an 11-point deficit and earn a 60-59 victory Friday over Taft (2-1) in a semifinal game of the Simi Valley Tipoff Classic. The Pioneers will seek their 10th tournament championship at 8 tonight against Camarillo. Simi Valley (3-0) trailed 47-36 with 1:44 remaining in the third quarter when Pioneers coach Christian Aurand call timeout to stall Taft's momentum. The Pioneers went on to score 10 unanswered points, led by Ryan Bradshaw's two 3-point baskets. Bradshaw finished with 14 points. Taft had a last chance to tie or win the game, but Steve Smith missed two free throws with seven seconds remaining. Nima Javaherian led Taft with 22 points while Mustafa Asghari had 13 points. Dustin Villepigue of Simi had a team-high 19 points and grabbed 23 rebounds.

Camarillo 82, Chatsworth 71--Jared Jungwirth scored 15 points and was one of five Scorpions to score in double digits in the victory over the Chancellors (2-1) in a championship semifinal game. Jimmy Alstot and Ian Caldwell had 14 points apiece and David Reichel and Matt Wallman added 10 points each for Camarillo. Shayne Berry scored a game-high 27 points and teammate Brandon Robinson chipped in 14 points, before fouling out with 2:11 left in the game, for Chatsworth.

North Hollywood 60, El Camino Real 33--Nathan Stern hit 4-8 from 3-point range and scored 15 points for the Huskies (2-2), who never trailed the Conquistadores (1-3) in the 11th-place game.  Gus Ruiz had 12 points and six steals and Aaron Ruiz pulled down six rebounds for North Hollywood.

Ventura 62, Littlerock 57--Trevor Robinson scored 25 points as the Cougars (2-2) rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat the Lobos (2-3) in the 13th-place game. The Lobos were led by Mike Creel's game-high 31 points. However, Creel was held to only one point in a fourth quarter, when Ventura outscored Littlerock 19-5 Little Rock (57) — Lewis 9, Smith 4, Edwards 5, Hughes 2, Alejo 2, Creel 31, Anderson 4.  Ventura (62) — Baker 2, Dimmick 1, Johnson 8, Yanez 3, Shaw 2, Dickson 8, Robinson 26, Wagner 9, Davis 3. Little Rock 18 20 14 5—57 Ventura 12 15 16 19—62 Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Little Rock (Edwards 11), Ventura (Robinson 10). Assists — Ventura (Yanez 6).

Venice Tournament
Semifinals

Locke 76, Hamilton 67-- no details available

Venice 66, Garfield 65-- no details available

Consolation
Price 69, San Fernando 46-- no details available

Fifth Place
Culver City 73, University 55-- no details available

Webb Tournanent
Semifinals

Ontario Christian 63, Boys Republic 50 --In a tough, physical game, the Knights proved to be the stronger of the two teams as they turned a close game at the half into a runaway over the Rams at the Webb Tournament. The Knights were led by the Hoekstra brothers, Matt and Travis. Matt dominated by grabbing 13 rebounds and scoring 23 points. Travis came off the bench with 10 points and seven boards. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (63) M. Hoekstra 23, Landry 12, T. Hoekstra 10, Gibson 6, Garcia 5, Fulkerson 4, Santana 2, Stone 1 BOYS REPUBLIC (50) Cotten 23, Manzano 10, Edwards 9, Winn 2, Adam 2, Baines 2, Valencia 2. Ontario Christian 18 15 14 16 --  63 Boys' Republic 16 9 16 9 -- 50 Total fouls: OC 17, BR 24. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Cotten (BR).

Woodcrest Christian 45, Webb 32 --A close game turned into a blowout as the Gauls turned ice cold, shooting 1-for-17 from the field in the fourth quarter in the Webb Tournament.  The Royals outscored Webb 15-4 in the final quarter. Webb's leading scorer was Anjan Rao, who tallied 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds.  WEBB (32) Rao 14, Kim 2, Cheng 5, Lee 3, Smith 8. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (45) Daniel 14, Carpenter 8, Musich 2, Reyes 8, Wells 4, Coning 2, Hawkins 5, Pool 2. Webb 13 5 10 4 --  32 Woodcrest Chris. 11 8 13 13 -- 45  Total fouls: W 12, WC 15. Fouled out: Musich (WC). Technical fouls: none.

Consolation Games
Desert Christian Bermuda Dunes 59, Upland Christian 41--The Eagles' Nick Roberds got into early foul trouble enabling Desert Christian to open up and hold a 10-point lead throughout the game. Allen Armella led Upland Christian (0-2) with 14 points. On Tuesday, the Eagles will take on the hosts of the Hesperia Christian Tournament. DESERT CHRISTIAN (59) Smith 23, Hay 8, Santana 8, Manguf 3, Nelson 2, Brattrudd 15. UPLAND CHRISTIAN (41) Chiappone 2, Cromer 4, Garcia 2, Roberds 11, Toupal 6, Armella 14, Paddleford 2. Desert Christian 18 13 15 13 -- 59 Upland Christian 8 11 15 7 -- 41 Total fouls: DC 11, UC 13. Fouled out: Roberds (UC). Technical fouls: none.

Sherman Indian 77, La Verne Lutheran 75--Dalen Spoonhunter scored 32 points and made two free throws with 19 seconds left break a 75-75 tie and give Sherman Indian a victory in the consolation semifinals of the Claremont Webb Tournament. Spoonhunter also had 15 rebound and six blocks for the Braves.Ryan Cumberland and Mike Lee scored 26 points apiece for Lutheran.   SHERMAN INDIAN (77) -- Pina 10, Key 5, Nez 14, Florez 8, Spoonhunter 30, Ivans 2, Perez 4, Steele 4. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (75) -- Cumberland 28, Lee 22, Pat 2, Terry 15, Steckrater 4, Harmon 3, Mejia 1.  Halftime score -- Sherman Indian 36-35. Three-point goals -- Pina, Nez 4, Spoonhunter 2, Lee, Terry. Total fouls -- Sherman Indian 16, La Verne Lutheran 15. Fouled out -- Florez, Key. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Sherman Indian is 1-2.


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