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Game Scores and Details From
Monday 12/4/00--(Dec. 5, 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.

Non-League Game Scores

Calabasas 52, Kennedy 43
Calvary Chapel Murrieta 62, Mesa Grande 47
Charter Oak 79, Bassett 62
Claremont 92, Chaffey 58
El Camino Real 58, USC Mast 21
Fairmont Prep 68, La Sierra Academy 61
Flintridge Prep 57, Bosco Tech 47
Fremont 73, South Gate 49
Glendale 69, Burroughs 47
Newbury Park Adventist 45, Glendale Adventist 40
Ontario Christian 61, Village Christian 48
Rancho Cucamonga 66, Moreno Valley 58
San Clemente 67, El Camino 60
St. Paul 75, Pioneer 62
Temecula Valley 84, Rim of the World 69
Valley View 71, Elsinore 57
Westview 66, Wildwood 23

Tournament Game Scores

Arroyo Tournament
Acradia 62, El Monte 51
La Canada 64, Rowland 37
Bishop Amat 76, Whittier 44
Los Altos 89, Bell Gardens 53

Beverly Hills Tournamnent
First Round
Birmingham 63, Beverly Hills 58
Hollywood 82, Cleveland 78
Washington Prep 56, Buena 36
Ventura 61, Campbell Hall 60

Canyon Canyon Country Cowboy Classic Tournament
Notre Dame 59, Quartz Hill 57
Valencia 60, Monroe 41
Canyon 87, San Fernando 45

Cathedral City-Palm Desert "Desert Cities Classic" Tournament
Cathedral City 72, Beaumont 42
Palm Desert 74, Serrano 42
Temescal Caynon 60, Redlands East Valley 52

El Rancho Tournament
First Round
Alhambra 58, Lincoln 38
Warren 85, Chino 42
Paramount 72, Santa Fe 61
El Rancho 69, Workman 41

El Segundo Tournament
Santa Monica 63, Mary Star 35
El Segundo 64, Salesian 57

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic Tournament
Fullerton 62, Estancia 47
Western 49, La Mirada 48

La Quinta Aztec Tournament
Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 53, Buena Park 47
St. John Bosco 59, Saddleback
Huntington Beach 65, La Quinta (Westminster) 32

Milken Tournament
First Round
Paraclete 85, Milken Community 38
Stoneridge Prep 77, Valley Torah 74

Montclair Prep Mounties Classic Tournament
Buckley 85, Pasadena Marshall 72
San Gabriel 64, West LA Baptist 56
Montclair Prep 75, SC Christian 67
Kilpatrick 74, Montclair Prep JV
Yeshiva 76, Faith Baptist 28

Ocean View Tournament of Champions
Mater Dei 89, Ontario 77
Compton Centennial 72, Cajon 60
Ocean View 57, Morningside 50
Compton v. Pasadena--scores not reported

Thousand Oaks Tournament
First Round
Thousand Oaks 78, Harvard-Westlake 56
Newbury Park 79, Oxnard 69
Lompoc 76, Grant 75
Crespi 61, Oak Park 35

Tournament Game Details

Arroyo Tournament

Acradia 62, El Monte 51--Juan Cardilllo 11, Rudy Satelo 14 for South El Monte; Arcadia was led by Brent Dohling with 23 and Leo Thornton 12.

La Canada 64, Rowland 37--LC was led by Moore with 11; Billy Hoffman and Robbie Neyland each had 5, and Gaudino scored 14.

Bishop Amat 76, Whittier 44--no details were available

Los Altos 89, Bell Gardens 53--no details were available

Beverly Hills Tournamnent
First Round
Birmingham 63, Beverly Hills 58--Birmingham: Halic 4, Nishimoto 15, Haig Tatian 27, Shantrang 2, Nehry 5,Farmar 8, Charello 2; BH: Kravitz 1, Swartz 3, Hagos 12, Sabet 8, Walker 23, Aftalion 4, Tannler 7; Birmingham 1-0, BH 0-1.  

Hollywood 82, Cleveland 78--Hollywood survived a fierce fourth-quarter comeback, led by the Cavaliers' Derrick Lamby, to stop Cleveland 82-78 in overtime in the second round. Lamby scored 22 points and had 17 rebounds. T.J. Stephens scored 16 points, and had six steals and six assists for Cleveland (0-2). Cleveland scoring: Lamby 22 and 17 rebounds, Awad 12, Valle 13, Stephens 16 and 11 rebounds, 6 assists, 6 steals, Wasifi 7, McCauley 2, Myles 6; Hollywood: Melikyan 6, McCullum 13, Sterling 14, Wright 30, Thomas 2, Jenkins 12, moore 8, Romero 6.

Washington Prep 56, Buena 36--Andre Patterson scored 31 points for the Generals who completely dominated Buena, outscoring them 14-1 in the first quarter and holding Buena to just a single free-throw in the quarter, and just another two points in the entire second quarter, and Washington led at the half 22-3. Other scorers for Washington: Champerlain 7, Lowe 4, Parker 6, Lee 4, Wright 4. Buena scorers: Henggeler 2, Bolden 2, Dybvig 4, Smith 12, Jacobsen 2, Roberts 3, Colton 8, Cunningham 3.  Buena 2-3.  Scoring by quarters: Washington 14  8  17   17--56;  Buena 1  2  17  16--36.

Ventura 61, Campbell Hall 60--Nick Wagner's three point basket with 24 seconds remaining gave Ventura its first lead in the game at 59-58.   Matt Dixon then made two free throws with 15 seconds remaining to give Ventura the lead for good.  Johnny Davis hit 6-10 from three point range for the Cougars.   Ventura: Yanez 0 and 6 assists, Shaw 6, Dixon 10, Robinson 20 and 10 rebounds, Davis 18; Cambell Hall Harris 2, Locke 18, Miller 3, Nixon 6, Wiliams 24, Anderson 4, Kaplan 3.  Records: CH 0-2, Ventura 3-2.

Canyon Cowboy Classic Tournament

Notre Dame 59, Quartz Hill 57--After a preseason that didn't include scrimmages, top-ranked Notre Dame was excited -- perhaps too excited -- to get its season under way Monday night at Canyon High School. The Knights (1-0) squandered a 16-point halftime lead over Quartz Hill before Cody Pearson rescued them with three late free throws to preserve a 59-57 victory in the Cowboy Classic. Cody Pearson finished with 11 rebounds and a game-high 29 points. Pearson took control early, scoring three of the Knights' first four baskets but was kept quiet while Quartz Hill (3-2) went on a 14-0 run at the end of the third quarter.Scott Lankford, who finished with 20 points, pulled the Rebels to within a point in the final 20 seconds, but a Pearson steal and ensuing free throws sealed the victory for Notre Dame.

Valencia 60, Monroe 41--Albert Ingram scored 24 of his game-high 26 points in the second half to lead the Vikings (2-3) to victory. Monroe (0-5) used a trapping defense to slow Valencia in first half to take a 24-22 halftime lead. But in the second half, Valencia pulled away with several fast-break baskets.Tony Psomostithis and William Savala led Monroe with 11 points apiece.

Canyon 87, San Fernando 45--Brian Waite scored 21 points as Canyon (4-1) exploited its significant size advantage to take an early lead and handily beat San Fernando (2-3). Matt Nelsen scored 16 and Jeremy Haggerty added 12 points, helping the Cowboys outscore the Tigers 45-19 in the second half.

Cathedral City-Palm Desert "Desert Cities Classic" Tournament

Cathedral City 72, Beaumont 42--The Lions converted on 10 of their 28 shots from the floor in the first half. The Lions went with a lineup that included new starters Jeff Lambert (eight points), Brandon Gray (eight points) and Mitch Matthews. At one point, Gray (6-foot-5, 270 pounds) joined Thomas Shewmake (6-10, 235) and Heredia (6-6, 200) in the lineup.   In the second half, the Lions made good on 17 of their 24 shots from the floor. Heredia led the Lions with 16 points. Gerald DeVance scored 12. Jose Flores hit two 3-pointers for six points. Blake Moorman and Matt Parris both had four points.

Palm Desert 74, Serrano 42--Serrano opened by taking a 6-0 lead, but the Aztecs responded with a 21-point run and led 37-20 at the half and 59-33 at the end of three quarters. Josh Zazulia opened the game with six points and then scored 11 and 12 in the second and third quarters, finishing with 29 for the game. He also had 10 rebounds. Chase McQuillen had 12 points and Gene Alexander had seven points. Don Brady, Jimmy Bohn and Dionte Harris each scored six points  SERRANO (42) -- Safro 2, Ryder 12, Flournoy 6, Murcelli 9, Stalkey 3, Coneck 9, Plummer 1.  PALM DESERT (74) -- Zazulia 29, McQuillen 12, Harris 6, Brady 6, Bohm 6, Henry 5, Alexander 7, Broyles 2, Sator 1. Halftime score -- Palm Desert 37-20. Three-point goals -- Ryder, Murcelli 2, Zazulia 2, Alexander. Total fouls -- Serrano 28, Palm Desert 22. Fouled out -- Sofio. Technical fouls -- Serrano coach, Sator.  Records: Serrano 2-3, Palm Desert 3-0.

Temescal Caynon 60, Redlands East Valley 52----The Titans led throughout, taking a 34-23 lead into halftime. Eron Maxey led the way with 20 points. For Redlands East Valley, Chris Moses hit four 3-pointers to finish with 16 points.  Temescal Canyon broke open a close game in the second quarter and rolled to a victory in the first round of the Desert City Classic. Temescal Canyon was 12 of 14 from the free-throw line. Temescal Canyon was led by Kris Maxey's 20 points and Nathan Kelly's 10 rebounds. TEMESCAL CANYON (60) -- Garrett 2, Peterson 5, Maxey 20, Zarbok 9, Ellenwood 2, Wing 12, Kelly 6, Roberson 4 REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (52) -- Rogers 8, Pickett 6, Janelli 3, Moses 16, Brazelton 9, Cooke 10. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 34-23. Three-point goals -- Zarbok, Wing, Moses 4, Rogers. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 16, Redlands East Valley 18. Fouled out -- None. Records: Temescal Canyon is 2-0. Redlands East Valley 1-3.

El Rancho Tournament
First Round

Alhambra 58, Lincoln 38--Alhambra was led by marcus Harris' 23 points'; Hannibal had 19 for Lincoln.

Warren 85, Chino 42--Led by Aaron Hobbensiefken and Julian Assibey, Warren outscored Chino by 30 points in the first quarter. The two Warren players each scored 21 to lead all scorers.  Chino (3-2) had only one player in double digits.

Paramount 72, Santa Fe 61--Senior guard Troy Wicker had a game high 20 points as the Pirates (3-0) held on to win the frist round game at Santa Fe (2-3).  Charles Booth had 17 points, Herbert Hilton 13, and Odell Rosby 10 for Paramount.

El Rancho 69, Workman 41-- Point guard Mark Elisaldez scored 17 points, hitting two key 3-pointers, and went 5-5 from the line. Johnny Urrutia had 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Dons (2-1), who opened an early lead by outscoring the Lobos, 22-4, in the first quarter.

El Segundo Tournament

Santa Monica 63, Mary Star 35--Senior forward Jack Kalmeta scored 13 points and Adrian Navarro added 10 in the loss for the Stars (0-3).

El Segundo 64, Salesian 57

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic Tournament

Fullerton 62, Estancia 47--Antwan Banks had 21 points and six assists, Virgil Bobar had 17 points and Jack Thompson scored all 15 of his points on three-pointers, making five of eight for Fullerton (4-1). Eliasar Maldonado had 21 points to lead Estancia (0-1).The Eagles found themselves in a catch-up mode from the early stages of the game.  Micah Young was the only other Eagle scoring in twin figures, with 11 points. The Eagles, 0-1, return to Fullerton High Wednesday with a 6 p.m. game against Western. Fullerton 18 11 17 16 - 62  Estancia 10 15 9 13 - 47 Fullerton - Bobar 21, Thompson 15, Wilbur 2, Banks 21, Gentry 2, Garcia 2, Fells 3. 3-pt. goals - Thompson 5, Banks 2, Bobar 1. Fouled out - none. Estancia - Maldonado 21, Rodriguez 2, Stoddard 8, Young 11, Prado 1, D. Valbuena 2, K. Valbuena 2, Berame 0, Niles 0, Jahid 0, Romero 0. 3-pt. goals - Maldonado 5.     Fouled out - none.

Western 49, La Mirada 48--The Matadores (0-1) rallied from a 17 point deficit late in the third quarter behind senior forward Matt Hoffman's game high 23 ponits, losing by a single point in the pool play game.  Charlie Torres was also key, hitting 3-5 from behind the arc, hitting for 16. Lavell Jones led the Pioneers (1-1) with 27 points and Jarom Watts added 12 as Western defeated the Matadors (0-1) in a first-round game.

La Quinta Aztec tournament

Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 53, Buena Park 47--Calvary Chapel outscored Buena Park, 20-6, in the third quarter to break open a tight game. Isaiah Barney and Canaan Owens scored 10 points each for the Eagles (4-1).

St. John Bosco 59, Saddleback--The Braves outscored Saddleback 16-8 in the first quarter.  Kevin Dyer had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Dony Quiroz scored 10 as did Robert Reynaga.  The Braves are now 3-0.

Huntington Beach 65, La Quinta (Westminster) 32--Janovick 12, Harrison 13, for Hunttington Beach (1-1); La Quingta had only one player in double figures, Fort with 13.

Milken Tournament
First Round

Paraclete 85, Milken Community 38--Paraclete was led by Gol with 23, Vargas 14, and Marquez 14.  Others scoring were Hilley 7, Pepo 3, Morrow 4, Lowrey 6, Kiosea 11 and Jeffries 3. Milken was led by Michel with 13.

Stoneridge Prep 77, Valley Torah 74--James Wiliams scored 27 points and Mike Nang 23 for Stoneridge Prep in the win.  Stoneridge, which set the State scoring margin record last week by beating Bridges Academy 141-8 is 2-1. Valley Torah also is 2-1.

Montclair Prep Mounties Classic Tournament

San Gabriel 64, West LA Baptist 56-- San Gabriel scorers: Tuan Tien2, Johnny Tran 19, John Chow 7, Justin Goodwin 8, Phillip Lai 4, JR Canizal 17, Erik Avila 7; West LA Baptist scoring: Jasper Bernum 13, Armand Brooks 9, Austin Clemens 4, Angelo Berry 23, James Johnson 7. San Gabriel  19  14  20   11--64, West LA B  19  3  16  18--56 Records: San Gabriel 3-0, West LA Baptist 3-1

Montclair Prep 75, SC Christian 67--Montclair Prep played without the three transfers or Tony McFadden who has not played this season and Marko Bozovic, Slobodon Cvjovic and Lewh Blaise were ruled ineligible for varsity competition by the Southern Section. The Mounties were led Garen Hartunian with 22 points and Derek Daniels with 17. Charlie Kranzdorf and Baron Abdul-Mansour had 12 and 10 points, respectively, for Montclair Prep.SCC scoring: Panama 21, Gilmore 13, Duncan 11, Grayen 5, Sulman 6, Johnson 6, Howell 2, Stephens 2, Hurst 1;  MCP scoring: Garen Hartunian 22, Derek Daniels 17, Charlie Kranzdorf 12, Baron Abdul-Mansour 10, Brian Trump 9, Sebastian Anderle 4, Eric Kaufman 1.  MCP 16  21  18  20--75; SCC   9  21  13  24--67.

Kilpatrick 74, Montclair Prep JV--Keilon Fortune 28, Townsend 19, Pena 14, olon 6, Lacoste 4, Lewis 2; MCP JV Marko Bozovic 20, Slobodon Cvjovic 18, Blaise' 7, O'Bryan 4, Justman 2.  Kilpatrick: 29  14  14   17--74; MCP JV  10  15  14  10--49.

Yeshiva 76, Faith Baptist 28--FB scoring: Johnny Case 17, Audin 4, Greene 4, McLachlin 2; Yeshiva scoring: Kenny Pollack 20, Abey Malkin 9, Issacs 9, Dorfman 7, Gabbai 6, S. Pollack 4, Stoll 4, Hess 4, Kalmonovich 3, Goldberg 3, Ryzman 3, Glass 2. Yeshiva--28  17  17  14; FB--10  7  5   6--28. Yeshiva 2-0.  

Buckley 85, Pasadena Marshall 72-- Buckley pulled out the win with a 27 point swing to win by 15 after trailing by 12 in the first half over Marshall, and the Griffins remain undefeated at 3-0.  Marshall, with the largest enrollment in Division IV-AA (739) shot the lights out in the first half hitting 11 three-pointers in the game. Buckley scorers were led by Colin Ward Henninger who had a game high 27 and 11 boards, David Gale with 14 points, 5 steals and 10 assists,  Alex Clancy with 13, Royal Weaver 8, Matt Wolf 7, Murali Sivalingam 8, Jake Scannel 6;   Marshall scoring: Belo 6, Hassan Moody 3, Don Daniels 15, Lumprin 6, Chris Strings 17, Harvester Harris 14. Score by quarters: Buckley 18  23  20  24--85; Marshall 27  15  14  16--72.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Mater Dei 89, Ontario 77--Guard Cedric Bozeman was 16-of-16 from the free-throw line, finishing with 30 points and nine assists for the Monarchs (2-0). Ricky Porter had 14 points, Travis Gabler 12 and Harrison Schaen had seven points and 12 rebounds. ONTARIO (77) Rasheed 2, Munoz 28, Mack 5, Stepney 6, Mitchell 22, Alhadeff 1, Kinney 11, Dunn 2. MATER DEI (89) Strawberry 11, Michael 7, Porter 14, Bozeman 30, Washington 4, Galber 12, Baker 4, Schaen 7. Ontario 8 16 21 32 --   77 Mater Dei 26 20 14 29 -- 89 Total fouls: O 25, MD 20. Fouled out: Dunn. Technical fouls: none.

Compton Centennial 72, Cajon 60--Senior Forward Antonio Griffin scored a game high 21 points to lead the Apaches (1-0) past Cajon in pool play. Tony Key (6'-11" Sr. C) scored 18 poinjts and 9 rebounds and point guard Roscoe Biggers, a transfer from New York added 9 points and 11 assists. Cajon managed to keep it close, opening the third quarter with an 18-8 run to to tie the game until Centennial rallied in the fourth quarter with a few dunks. Centennial is ranked third in Division 3 and shot 62 percent, and they will likely move to the number two spot to challenge Bishop Montgomery. Cajon was led by junior Rummel Clark with 20 points and nine rebounds. CAJON (63) -- Moris 13, Dew 13, Clark 20, Cooper 2, Payne 15. Halftime score -- Centennial 34-24. Three-point goals -- Morris 2, Dew, Clark 4. Total fouls -- Cajon 14, Centennial 15. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Centennial 1-0, Cajon 1-1.

Ocean View 57, Morningside 50-- the Seahawks were led by Marcus Crane with 17, Clarke with 10, and Smtih andOrtiz with 9 each.   Torin Beeler scored 6 points in the win. Morningside had only one player in double figures, Odiakosa with 13.  Marlon Briscoe was held to just 4 points.   Morningside fell to 2-3, and OV remains undefeated at 2-0.

Compton v. Pasadena--The scores were not reported for this game anywhere.  We searched the Pasadena Star-News, the OC Register, the LB Pres-Telegram, and even the LA Times, but there was nothing, nada, zilch, zippo. If anyone has this score, send it in. 

Thousand Oaks Tournament
First Round
Thousand Oaks 78, Harvard-Westlake 56--Kyle Kegley of Thousand Oaks High scored 10 consecutive points en route to a 29-point performance in the Lancers' 78-56 victory over Harvard-Westlake in the first round of the Thousand Oaks basketball tournament.  Kegley, who averaged 18.2 points last season, made five three-point baskets.  The Lancers (1-0) also received a strong performance from Ben Olson, who had 15 points and seven rebounds. Harvard-Westlake fell to 1-1.  H-W scoring:   Weinstein 13, Matthies 8, Coffey 6, Royster 2, Shook 4, Gilman 4, Taylor 2, Wizenberg 2, Chung 9, Weinberger 4, Firestone 2;  TO scoring Olson 15 and 7 rebounds, Anderson 10, Kegley 29, Myers 8, Mossman 1, Mihalsky 2, Arrechea 3, Handlos 8, Grosslifht 2.  TO  25  20  14  19--78; HW  14  17  10   15--56. 

Newbury Park 79, Oxnard 69--Aaron Bobik had 24 points, nine rebounds and six steals, and Adam Carlson added 16 points and eight rebounds to lead the Panthers (4-1). Nick Curtis scored 21 points for Oxnard (3-2). Newbury Park scorers: Walker 14, Garza 3, Bobik 24, Flores 8, Randall 10, Vann 2, Carlson 16, McLemore 2. Oxnard: Latimer 2, Parker 2, Webb 17, Curtis 21, Monette 11, Simmoins 2, Davis 10, Ludy 4. Oxnard 3-2, NP 4-1. 

Lompoc 76, Grant 75--Turnovers caused the Lancers (0-1) to blow a 10-point lead and lose on a layup by Brad Steinke with four seconds left. Mike Charleston had 25 points and 15 rebounds, and DeWayne Anderson added 19 points for Grant. Grant scoring: Anderson 19, Riney 12, Charleston 25 and 15 rebounds, Loquelano 6,, Bernard 4, Scharf 6, Shabtai 1, Robinson 2.  Lompoc: Ramey 8, Hilley 7, Winter 7, Steinke 23, Smith 25, Starks 4, Coleman 2.  Grant 22 17  19   17--75; Lompoc  16  11  19  25--76. Grant 0-1; Lompoc 2-3.  

Crespi 61, Oak Park 35--Kingsley Anyanwu scored 10 of his 17 points in the third quarter as Crespi (3-1) broke open a close game and pulled away from the Eagles (0-2). Allan Ellis added 15 points for the Celts. Crespi scoring: Andrew Moore 7, Anyanwu 17, Koslowsky 1, O'Dwyer 8, Shiebler 6, Ellis 15, Fedaris 2, Rooperian 5.  Oak Park: Adams 7, Murphy 12, Jensen 4, G. Smith 2, N. Smith 2, Guo 4, R. Smith 1. Liu 3.  Crespi 14  10  15  22--61; OP--12   5  8  10--35. 

Non-League Game Details

Calabasas 52, Kennedy 43 --no details were available.

Calvary Chapel Murrieta 62, Mesa Grande 47--Henrik Joretag scored 14 points as Mesa Grande fell to Calvary Chapel of Murrieta. Jim Dickenson added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Cardinals (0-2).

Charter Oak 79, Bassett 62--no details were available

Claremont 92, Chaffey 58--Shaddean Aaron was nearly perfect from the field and Sean Terrell almost topped him from beyond the arc in Claremont High's 92-58 boys' basketball victory Monday night over Chaffey.  Aaron was 9-for-11 from the field and finished with 23 points and eight rebounds, while Terrell hit six of his seven three-point attempts to finish with 21 points. Earl Wilson chipped in 10 points for Claremont (2-0). Daryl Sconiers scored 14 points and Mikey Miranda added 12 for Chaffey. CHAFFEY (92) White 4, Terrell 21, Patton 1, Green 2, Oliver 5, Aaron 23, Wilburn 6, Wilson 10, Lombard 9, Tauaese 4, Jones 5, Maxwell 2. CLAREMONT (58) McGhee 8, Walker 2, Avina 7, Miranda 12, Hunt 7, Sconiers 14, Tamayo 6, Stubbs 2. Chaffey 22 28 20 22 -- 92 Claremont 10 18 18 12 -- 58  Total fouls: Ch 17, Cl 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

El Camino Real 58, USC Mast 21--no details were available

Fairmont Prep 68, La Sierra Academy 61--Mike Pastrano scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds, and Will Washington added 13 points to lead the Huskies (5-0) over the visiting Lancers (1-2).

Flintridge Prep 57, Bosco Tech 47--The Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team was never in serious jeopardy of losing its nonleague game against Bosco Tech Monday night.  Flintridge Prep began the game with only eight players. The Rebels and Tigers combined to commit 45 fouls and shoot 55 free throws and struggled to establish any kind of offensive flow in the first half. Flintridge Prep (3-0) displayed balance as three players -- Bryan Young, Connor O'Byrne and Tim Mercer -- all scored in double figures. Young had a game-high 18 points and six rebounds, O'Byrne added 14 points and Mercer tallied 13 points and five rebounds for Ohara's squad, which used an 11-0 first-quarter run to take a lead which it would not relinquish.  The Rebels also neutralized the Tigers (1-2) on the boards, outrebounding them 37-29. Dwight Phelps had10 rebounds for Flintridge Prep Flintridge Prep 17 15 13 12 -- 57  Bosco Tech 11 12 14 10 -- 47   FLINTRIDGE PREP -- Strand 5, O'Byrne 14, Mercer 13, Young 18, Lauer 1, Guilanians 2, Phelps 4 and 10 rebounds. Three-pointers: O'Byrne 4, Young 2. BOSCO TECH -- Lopez 8, Wolmack 3, Espana 13, Martinez 6, Perez 2, Bautista 7, Balingit 2, Reyes 3, Alvarez 3. Three-pointers: Lopez 2, Espana.

Fremont 73, South Gate 49--no details were available

Glendale 69, Burroughs 47--Junior Hugo Guerrero led with 17 points, Varouj Karibyan added 14 and Riley Van Patten chipped in with 12. Guerrero also had six rebounds and three steals. On Burroughs' side, Keith Jarbo (6'-4" Sr. PF) had 21 points and nine rebounds, but no other Indian had more than six. Starters Matt Torres and Daniel Hitt combined to score only one point. Burroughs (0-4) shot 13 of 57 from the field (22.8%). The Nitros (2-3) weren't much better, as they connected on just 22 of 55 shots, but the Nitros won the battle on the boards at 36-24, and that led to their fast-break offense.  Jarbo had 15 in the first half, but struggled in the third quarter and couldn't find his touch after that. Jarbo didn't score in the third as Burroughs was four of 13 shooting.    Burroughs 10 13 10 14 -- 47  Glendale 16 16 18 19 -- 69  BURROUGHS -- Torres 1, Dominguez 6, Jarbo 21 and 9 rebounds, Ragos 1, Locke 6, Anderson 6, Klein 3, Holmes 2, Pozo 1.    Three-pointers: Dominguez 2.  GLENDALE -- Nicholas 5, Guerrero 17 and 6 rebounds and 3 steals, Karibyan 14, Van Patten 12 and 6 rebounds, Hall 4, Calton 6, Abed 6, Thomas 2, Galustian 1, Baroni 2.  Three-pointers: Karibyan

Newbury Park Adventist 45, Glendale Adventist 40--no details were available

Ontario Christian 61, Village Christian 48--Senior 6-5 center Matt Hoekstra scored 21 points, took 10 rebounds and was credited with nine blocks as the Knights (4-0) pulled away from the visiting Crusaders (0-2) in a nonleague game.Senior guard David Landry added 14 points and four assists for Ontario Christian, which last week won the Webb Tournament. VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (48) Ellis 15, Martin 13, Mantilla 10, Banko 3, Whitten 3, Hall 2, Bigger 2. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (61) M. Hoekstra 21, Gibson 13, Landry 14, Garcia 5, T. Hoekstra 4, Fulkerson 2, Stone 2. Village Chr. 8 15 13 12 --  48 Ontario Chr. 14 16 8 23 -- 61 Total fouls: VC 17, OC 19. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Rancho Cucamonga 66, Moreno Valley 58--RANCHO CUCAMONGA (66) Gilcrest 17, Aytona 5, Williams 4, Hamilton 7, Acuna 3, Steinmetz 7, Ayler 7, Iszard 3, Powell 1, Watts 8. MORENO VALLEY (58) Howard 11, Koncey 12, Brown 4, Ashley 1, Dillon 2, Bundy 15. Rancho Cuca. 11 16 14 25 -- 66 Moreno Valley 11 18 13 17 -- 58 Total fouls: RC 12, MV 33. Fouled out: Koncey. Technical fouls: none.

San Clemente 67, El Camino 60--Curtis Bush led San Clemente with 15 points and Eli Owens added 12.

St. Paul 75, Pioneer 62-- Fausto Gonzalez and Dontay Holloway each scored a team-high 19 points for the Swordsmen (3-0). Tony Rivera scored 15 of his game-high 23 points for the Titans (1-5) during the third quarter. Pioneer led 52-50 through three quarters before St. Paul's 25-10 surge in the final period. St. Paul scoring: Rudy Serna 15, Omar Cepeida 2, Raymand Caggigas 2, Aurio O'Neil 4, Fausto Gonzalez 19, Dontay Holloway 19, James Samarin 14;  Pioneer : Anthony Vela 7,. Tony Rivera 23, Gabriel Gonzalez 11, Percival Penalosa 6, Mark Palmer 2, Chris Armstrong 10; Records: St. Paul 3-0, Pioneer 1-5

Temecula Valley 84, Rim of the World 69-- Temecula Valley had a 21-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World brought the score within 10 points with about four minutes to go, but the Golden Bears held their lead. Ryan Forrest had 12 rebounds for Temecula Valley TEMECULA VALLEY (84) -- Green 15, Forrest 12, Louis 14, Watson 13, Badue 11, Segismar 5, Menancio 5, Hodge 5, Combs 2, Shephard 2. RIM OF THE WORLD (69) -- Urbina 34, Jurado 7, Oliver 13, Ratier 6, Egnon 3, Huff 3, Hartsock 3. Halftime score -- Temecula Valley 41-28. Three-point goals -- Segismar, Green, Urbina 2, Oliver 2. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 22, Rim of the World 20. Fouled out -- Lewis, Watson, Jurado, Huff. Technical fouls -- Pattison. .  Records: Temecula Valley (1-1), Rim of the World (3-2).

Valley View 71, Elsinore 57 -- Valley View extended a two-point halftime lead and led 55-44 after the third quarter. Elsinore was without four starters and seven total players who were not available until football season is over. Junior forward Travon Keahey, the Tigers' only regular starter, scored a game-high 24 points, including five three-pointers. VALLEY VIEW (71) -- Kacho 5, Castille 4, McCann 10, Duffy 13, Thompson 3, Bradley 12, Summerville 3, Rogers 7, Hayes 14. ELSINORE (57) -- Keahey 24, Strausheim 4, Wiese 2, Allen 7, Nelson 6, Faulkner 5, Hunt 3, Banda 6.   Halftime score -- Valley View 38-36. Three-point goals -- Rogers 2, McCann, Summerville, Keahey 5, Banda, Allen, Faulkner. Total fouls -- Valley View 20, Elsinore 25. Fouled out -- Nelson. Records: Elsinore is 0-1.

Westview 66, Wildwood 23--no details were available

 


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