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Game Scores and Details From
Tuesday 12/5/00--(Dec. 6, 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 later tonight.  If you know the score or details of a game we've missed send it in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board.

Tournament Game Scores

Arroyo Tournament
First Round

West Covina 60, Montclair 52--The Cavaliers fell in the first round of the Arroyo Tournament despite 19 points from Demetris Walk and 10 from Milton Stanley. Gino Labomme scored 19 points to pace West Covina. WEST COVINA (60) Labomme 19, Stauton 6, Ginna 9, Goree 7, Yip 6, Rosales 6, Tiratira 1, McIntosh 3, Kedric 3. MONTCLAIR (52) Walk 19, Stanley 10, Fields 2, Schaar 3, Jenkins 5, Fregoso 2, Robins 8, Candelo 2, Moore 1. West Covina 13 13 17 17 -- 60 Montclair 12 13 11 16 -- 52 Total fouls: WC 15, M 22. Fouled out: Fregoso (M). Technical fouls: none.

Walnut 65, Arroyo 61 (OT)--details not available.

Beverly Hills Tournamnent

Buena 73, Hart 51--Ryan Cobos and Chris Jacobsen each scored 17 points for the Bulldogs (3-3) in a first-round victory in the Beverly Hills tournament. Scoring: Hart: Estrirtu 6, Kavenaugh 8, Patterson 8, Franch 6, Foster 9, Hilmo 10, Walker 2; Buena Bolden 11 and 6 assists and 5 steals, Smith 8, Jacobsen 17 and 10 rebounds, Cobos 17 and 6 assists, Colton 10 and 9 rebounds, Dybvig 2, Mkiasa 2, Skinner 6.

Daniel Murphy 68 Culver City 58--Details not available

Peninsula 65, Hamilton 56--Andrew Yim led Peninsula (4-1) with a game-high 22 points in the first-round victory. Kevin Gardner scored 18 points and Austin Cinnamond added 14 for Peninsula

Canyon Canyon Country Cowboy Classic Tournament

Antelope Valley 85, San Fernando 83--Ollie Bradley scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half and Terrell White scored 24 to help Antelope Valley hold off a late San Fernando rally. San Fernando (2-4), boosted by 31 points from Ramon Perry rallied from an 11-point deficit entering the fourth quarter to climb to within one point, 84-83, on a layup by Victor Chacon with 11 seconds left. Antelope Valley's Eric Williams made one of two free throws with three seconds left and Bradley deflected a 3-point attempt by Chacon at the buzzer to preserve the victory.

Valencia 76, Alemany 51--Albert Ingram scored 25 points for Valencia (3-3), which opened a 12-2 lead in the first three minutes. The Vikings extended their advantage to 30 points with four minutes to play by scoring 10 of the first 12 points of the fourth quarter.

Quartz Hill 76, Granada Hills 63--Tony Johnson scored 20 of his 27 points in the second half to lead the Rebels (4-2) to victory in pool play of the Canyon tournament.  Johnson, who had six rebounds, scored 13 of Quartz Hill's 25 points in the third quarter. 

Cathedral City-Palm Desert "Desert Cities Classic" Tournament

El Rancho Tournament

Alhambra 59, Paramount 43--details not available

Chino 53, Gabrielino 38 --Sophomore forward Jason Klinkert scored a game-high 18 points for the Cowboys (2-1) in the consolation-round game in the El Rancho Tournament. Guard Robert White added six points, 11 rebounds and five assists for Chino, which notched 21 steals.

Warren 77 Schurr 39--Senior guard Jimmy Shull scored 30 points as the Bears (2-1) defeated the Spartans in a pool play game at Santa Fe HS. Aaron Hobbensiefken also scored 12 and LeBron Boyd had 10 for Warren.  Warren scoring: Shull 30, Assibey 9, Hobbensiefken 12, Taylor 2, Fairweather 6, Calvert 2, Djokovic 2, Anderson 4, Boyd 10.  Schurr scoring: Boshita 8, Robles 2, Garibay 4, Lowery 9, Dixon 16.  Schurr:  13  6  5  15--39;  Warren 22   19  17  19  --77.

El Segundo Tournament

St. Monica 63, North Torrance 54--Playing without all three of their big men (Sean Cole, Marcus Shelby and Cresci), St. Monica's won the first round game yesterday at El Segundo.  Hampton Nunley led all scorers with 18 points, including 4 threes. Rakestraw followed with 15 (12 in the second half). The Mariners got off to a slow start, and trailed by 8 at the half, and suffering through 18 first half turnovers. But solid defense in the third quarter helped spark a 22-8 third quarter run. putting the Mariner's out in front.  North was led by Jason Davis who finished with 16 points. Score by quarters: St. Monica: 10 15 22 16--63, North: 19 14 8 13--54

Narbonne 65, Kennedy 51--Four Narbonne players scored in double digits, including 15 points and seven rebounds from Dozie Nzenwa . Other Gauchos (5-1) who led the way included Uzoma Mmeje with 13 points, Reggie Simms added 12 points and five assists, while Matthew Terry had 11 points.

South Torrance 48, St. Bernard 45--Clete Albitz's basket with 35 seconds remaining gave South Torrance (3-2) its first lead of the game and Albitz' basket while double-teamed with 21 seconds left sealed the victory. Albitz scored all eight of his points in the last 1:30 of the game. Matt Peterson scored a game-high 24 points. St. Bernard (0-5) was led by Donald Penn's 13 points.

St. Monica 63, North Torrance 54--Jason Davis scored a team-high 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, but North (0-4) was outscored, 38-21, in the second half to lose the first round game at El Segundo. Donald James scored 12 while Robert Mango added 10.

Mira Costa 50, West Torrance 46-- USF-bound DeWayne Morris scored nine of his game-high 15 points in the fourth quarter as Mira Costa (4-1) outscored West 14-10 to take the victory. Jacob Insler and Chase Wixom added 12 points each.

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic Tournament

Marina 70, Kennedy 66--Beau Brown scored 22 points and Chris DeLuca added 14 points, leading Marina to a 70-66 victory over Kennedy in the second round of the Darren Oliver Tournament at Fullerton High Tuesday. The Vikings (2-0) built a 42-30 halftime advantage and held on in
the second half despite an eight-point third quarter. Robert Reyes led the Fighting Irish (4-2) with 27 points, including
five three-pointers.

La Serna 61, Savanna 51-- Anthony Martinez scored a game-high 27 points to lead unbeaten La Serna to a pool-play victory over Savanna in the Fullerton Tournament on Tuesday night.  La Serna led by just one point at the half. Jason Coza had 16 points and Joey Duran finished with 9 for La Serna, which improved to 3-0. Turmel Woods scored 16 points to lead the Rebels (0-1) in the loss.

La Quinta Aztec Tournament

St. John Bosco 71, Corona del Mar High 33-- Junior guard Donald Quiroz broke his own record by making seven 3's in the game for St. John Bosco (4-0).  Quiroz also had help from soph forward Kevin Dyer who finished with 9 points and 11 rebounds, and soph guard Eric Lane who had 9 assists. Eric Snell led the Sea Kings (0-2) with 11 points and Idean Shahangian chipped in with eight. The Sea Kings continue in the tournament Thursday when they duel Saddleback at 4:30 p.m.  St. John Bosco 21 21 13 16 - 71 Corona del Mar 8 9 8 8 - 33      Bosco - Dyer 9, Lane 6, Quiroz 27, Rush 2, St. Amont 8, Taylor 4, Van Routen 9, D. Williams 4. T. Williams 2. 3 pt. goals - Quiroz 7.  Fouled out - None.  Corona del Mar - Shahangian 8, Richardson 0, B. Mancillas 0, Alshuler 5, K. Mancillas 0, Snell 11, Brewster 5, Reynolds 0, Glass 0, Marsten 4, Grey 0. 3 pt. goals - Snell 3, Shahangian 1.  Fouled out - None.

Huntington Beach 50, Santa Ana Valley 42--Drew Janovick and Michael Sullivan each scored 13 points, leading the Oilers (2-1) past the Falcons (1-2). Brandon Rogers had 12 points to lead the Falcons.  Santa Ana Valley scoring: rogers 12, Werdel 10, Oregel 11, Torres 9, Meza 0,;  Huntington Beach scoring:  Janovick 13, Sulivan 13, Harrison 10, Bailey 2, Delhart 5, Nitollama 2, Austin 5.  Santa Ana Valley:  7  9  14  12--42;  Huntington Beach:  8 14  10  18-50. Records;  Santa Ana Valley 1-2;   Huntington Beach 2-1.

Los Amigos 69, Irvine 56--Peter Vu scored 30 points and Donald Smith added 17 to lead the Lobos (1-2) past the Vaqueros (1-1). Bobby Serwine led Irvine with 16 points.  Irvine scoring:  Naderi 8, Kurvilla 2, Carter 8, Pollard 9, Feldmus 3, Sarwine 16, Cox 10;  Los Amigos: Smith 17, Jalen 4, Dinh 5, Nathavong 7, Casillas 2, Calero 2, Vu 30, Gutierrez 2.  Irvin:  11  19   16  10--56;  Los Amigos 13  21  17  18--69.  Records:   Irvine 1-1;  Los amigos 1-2.

Los Alamitos Tournament

Mayfair 87, Pacific Hills 49 (OT)?--The really puzzling thing about this one, since we weren't at the game is that the box score makes no sense, but it does total to the final score.  There appears to be an extra period, but an overtime is obviously not what happend, because a nearly 40 point differential can't be achieved during an "overtime" in which both teams purportedly scored a combined 22 points.   In any event, the LBPT box says that Stanford signee Josh Childress scored 28 points and Yale commit Edwin Draughan scored 16 to lead the Monsoons over the Bruins in the first pool play game.  Mayfair scoring:Thomas 4, McFadden 5, Chris Childress 5, King 3, McCraw 16, Levia 2, Hawkins 5.  Pacific Hills scoring: Amedu 9 , Radjenovic 2, Gleitman 17, Odo 2, Jordan 8, Hill 2, Amani Daanish 9.  Pac. Hills:  10  10  17  9  13 (OT)--49; Mayfair:  19  16   22  20  9--87.  The blurb in the paper also said that Childress had 7 rebunds, 6 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks. Mayfair record: 3-2; Pac Hills record: 3-2.

Jordan 73, Millikan 70-- Clay Salima made 2 free throws with 5 seconds remaining to seal the win.  Salima finished with 14 points and Josh Estrada also had 14.  Ronald Banks led Jordan (3-2) with 25 points.   Millikan scoring: Moore 13, Spencert 8, Dove 17, Freeman 22, Raitz 2, Nicholson 4, Cofield 4;  Jordan scoring: rogers 3, Grigsby 2, childs 9, Estrada 14, D. Banks 2, R. Banks 25, Salima 14, Hall 4.  Millikan:  22  21  11  16--70;   Jordan:  27  17  16  13--73. 

Muir 71, Lakewood 66--Senior guard Armand Ivory scored 22 points and Robert Hicks had 19 for Lakewood who fell to 4-1. Lakewood scoring Carey 3, Hicks 19, McLaurin 2, Wegner 14, Bailey 4, Lemusu 2, Ivory 22.  Muir scoring: Willis 8, Dixon 3, Hollands 2, Frazier 14, Hall 15, Thomas 4, Johnson 7, Davis 13.  Muir:  26  11  17  17--71;  Lakewood:  20  6   16  24--65.

Milken Tournament

Valley Torah 62, Viewpoint 47--Valley Torah scoring: Goldberger 7, Goldman 13, Katz 15, Marbush 3, Rosenfield 8, Cabay 4, Mart 11, Rubenstein 2, Viewpoint Kelishadi 3, Murray 11, Grissom 2, Roy 8, Lazar 1, Moscow 3, Chiziver 11, Binder 2, Beugeulmans 6.  Viewpoint 0-4. 

Montclair Prep Classic Tournament

AGBU 54, Antelope Valley Christian 54-- AGBU won a first round game this afternoon, defeating AV Christian, who managed to get an all-tournament performance from Jamal Flanagan (29 pts), despite missing a shot at the buzzer which would have given AVC the win.  AGBU was led by Garen Tegelian with 16. AGBU will face Azusa on Wednesday at 6:0O p.m. in a quarterfinal game at Montclair Prep.

Agoura 78, Hillcrest Christian 28-- In a clear and obvious mismatch from the beginning, Agoura dominated from start to finish, holding Hillcrest to just 7 first quarter points, 10 in the second and fourth quarters, and just a single free throw in the entire third quarter.  Not pretty, but it got the job done for Agoura which advances to play Kilpatrick on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. at Montclair Prep. Agour was led by Johnny Grey's 15 points, Jeff Delson's 12, and 11 each from Cornwell and Adam Allegro.  Agoura, which won the Hoover-Burbank tournament by defeating Pasadena Marshall last Saturday night, improves to 5-0 on the season.

Pasadena Marshall 68, Santa Clarita Christian 30-- In a consolation bracket game, Marshall came back from the loss the prior night to Buckley to just hammer SCC in one of four quarterfinal games.  Marshall will now advance to play West LA Baptist on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.

West LA Baptist 73, Faith Baptist 39--In the consolation bracket, West Los Angeles Baptist handily beat Faith Baptist of Canoga Park, which received 18 points from Johnny Case.  WLAB will advance to play Pasadena Marshall on Thursday.

Yeshiva 72, San Gabriel 55-- Yeshiva was led by Kenny Pollack with 20 points and All-CIF D-V player Abey Malkin who finished with 15 points.   Yeshiva advances to one of the semifinal games to be played Thursday night (not Friday night as was printed in the Daily News), with a meeting against Liberty League rival Buckley at 7:00 p.m.  Yeshiva improved to 4-0 with the win, and in an interesting sidenote, it looks like the Liberty League, top to bottom, could be the toughest of the small school leagues:  Buckley, Yeshiva and Oakwood  are all undefeated thus far, and Oakwood is vastly improved at 5-0. The Gorrillas last week beat Providence in the finals of the Providence tournament behind 6'-8" Nick Mark and , while Holy Martyrs won the Bishop Diego-Laguna Blanca tournament, and Windward and Avalon both also appear to be headed for winning seasons. 

Buckley 71, Montclair Prep 58-- In a rematch of last year's second round playoff contest (won by Buckley),  two of this year's top 10 Division V-AA teams, ( Buckley is ranked in the SCIBCA Poll at No. 10, while Montclair Prep is ranked No. 5) squared off again in this tournament quarterfinal game.  And the second time around, the result was similar:  Buckley's Colin Ward-Henninger led all scorers with 30 points and 13 rebounds,  point guard David Gale, battling the flu, scored 11 points 9 assists and 5 steals, and teammate Alex Clancy scored 16 points--13 in the fourth quarter-- to lead the Griffins (4-0) over the Mounties (2-1).    The Mounties featured Derek Daniels (6'-8" Jr. PF) who scored 13 and tips the scales at about 280lbs--(he's a standout football player), and Sebastian Anderle (6'-11" Sr. C), a transfer from Culver City who scored 4 in the tournament.   Buckley returned it's top three players to this rematch, All-CIF players Colin Ward-Hennninger (6'-4" Sr. F/G)and David Gale (6'-1" Jr. PG), and Alex Clancy (5'-11" Sr. SG), as well as jet-quick Royal Weaver (5'-11" Sr. G), long-armed Murali Sivalingam (6'-5" Sr. F), and Steve Broukhim (6'-4" Sr. SG/SF).   Ward-Henninger and Gale were instrumental, along with Clancy in fueling the Griffins' (4-0) 20-6 run over the second and third quarters. Mounties' freshman point guard Baron Abdul-Monsour (6'-0" Fr. PG) had 14, Garen Hartunian (6'-5" Sr. F) and Brian Trump (6'-4" Jr. F) each had 9, Eric Kaufman (5'-11" Sr. G) had 4, Charlie Kranzdorf (6'-1" Jr. G) had 3, and A. Hakim (5'-8" Fr. G) had 2.  Other scorers for Buckley were Weaver and Sivalingam with 4 each, Jake Scannell with 3, Tristan Seisa 2, and Steve Broukhim 1.   Score by quarters: Buckley 13, 15, 15, 28--71;  MCP  12, 11, 9, 26--58.

Newport Harbor "Bill Reynolds Classic" Tournament

Newport Harbor 64, Fountain Valley 52--Aaron Yarnal a senior shooting guard for Newport Harbor, scored 11 of 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Sailors picked up the tournament win. Tony Melum led the Sailors (4-0) with 20 points, while Greg Perrine had 12 and Erik Peterson finished with 10. Newport Harbor will play Calabasas on Thursday at 8:15 p.m..  Calabasas lost last night to Rancho Verde, which was led by JS Nash, who signed with Oregon State in the fall signing period.  Fountain Valley 10 9 18 15 - 52  Newport Harbor 10 15 16 23 - 64; Fountain Valley - Dailey 18, Ball 10, Fendon 8, Torres 8, Wheatley 5, Guerney 3. 3 pt. goals - Dailey 1. Fouled out - None.  Newport Harbor - Melum 20, Yarnal 13, Perrine 12, Peterson 10, Young 5, Spigner 2, Diefenbach 2.     3 pt. goals - Young 1, Yarnal 1. Fouled out - None.

Rancho Verde 81, Calabasas 67-- Oregon State-signee JS Nash (6'-2" Sr. G) scored 28 of his total 37 points in the second half to give Rancho Verde a first  round win on Tuesday.  Other scorers for Rancho Verde (3-0) were: Baker 10, Walker 16, Brown 11, Rivera 0, K. Singfield 5, J. Singfield 2.  Calabasas was led by Holm with 21 and 11 rebounds, Mike Justman with 12, Shirali 3, Buford 3, J. Saunders 0, Ahmadian 4, McDermott 10, Adam Malatesta 5, S. Saunders 2, Justin Fenchel 2, and Entin 5. Records:  Calabasas 1-3, Rancho Verde 3-0.

El Toro 84, La Sierra 53--Chris Parish had 20 points to lead the Chargers (3-0) past the Eagles (3-2). Humphrey Rincon led La Sierra with 27 points.  El Toro scoring:  Nazeri 15, Young 13, Schmidt 2, Perry 1, Green 9, Tanaka 2, Danison 12, Parish 20, Brown 6, England 12;  La Sierra Scoring: Cryder 7, Rincon 27, Johnson 4, Midget 15, Segura 0.  El Toro: 24  25  25   10--84;  La Sierra: 11  15  9  18--53.  Records:  El Toro 3-0; La Sierra 3-2. 

Fallbrook 39, Edison 30-- Fallbrook scoring:   Jorde 15, Sargent 4, Butler 4, Shinner 8, Manning 8;  Edison:  Roquemore 5, Prelle 3, Schwartz 7, Gonzales 7, Min 5, McCarter 3.  Fallbrook:  9  12   8  10--39;  Edison 12  7  7  4--30.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions
Pool Play

Ontario 88, Serra 70--Junior guard Marlon Mitchell scored 42 points, knocking down seven of 12 three-point shots, as Ontario High's boys' basketball team gained its first victory of the season by defeating Serra 88-70 at Ocean View High's Tournament of Champions.  Mitchell was nine of 11 from the free-throw line and added six rebounds and five assists to pace the Jaguars (1-2), who previously had lost to Claremont (No. 3 in the Inland Valley) and defending CIF Division 1-A champion Mater Dei.  Serra was a Division 4 champion last season and is ranked No. 1 in the Preseason SCIBCA Division V combined poll. Brandon Kinney finished with 14 points, Cameron Munoz had 13. Ontario will play Pasadena on Friday night at 7:00 p.m..  SERRA (70) Prince 9, Jeter 21, Bates 4, Jackson 2, Asberry 7, Wade 8, Hemphill 11, Williams 4, McNeil 4. ONTARIO (88) Rasheed 3, Marcel Mack 3, Munoz 13, Marcus Mack 4, Stepney 4, Mitchell 42, Alhadeff 4, Kinney 12, Dunn 3. Serra 12 22 28 10 -- 70 Ontario 24 16 30 18 -- 88 Total fouls: S 17, O 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Marcel Mack (O), Alhadeff (O).

Pasadena 48, Santa Barbara 43--The Bulldogs' Marcus Mun scored a game-high 17 points to defeat the Dons in the first round of the Ocean View Tournament of Champions in Huntington Beach. Trey Putnam scored 12 points and collected six rebounds to lead the Dons, who were missing scoring leader Dommanic Ingerson to a three-game suspension. The Dons will play Compton at 3:30 p.m. today in the second round of the tournament.

Morningside 67, Perris 62-- Martell Waller scored 17 of his game-high 23 points in the first half and dished out seven assists to lead Morningside (3-3) in pool play at Ocean View High. Corey Walker and David Payne each finished with 14 points while Praise Odiakosa grabbed 12 rebounds.

Redondo 73, Cajon 48--Dijon Thompson's defense held Donovan Morris , Cajon's best scorer, to six points in the second half, allowing Redondo (4-1) to win the pool-play game at Ocean View High. Thompson also grabbed nine rebounds while Wendell White led the offense with 22 points and 13 rebounds and Adam Zahn added 19.

Rialto Tournament

Rialto 73,  Colton 62--Details not available.

San Gorgonio 62,  Rialto (B) 50 -- Details not available.

Riverside Kiwanis Tournament

La Quinta 67,  Apple Valley 57--Details not available.

Norco 68, Ramona 61--Details not available.

Redlands 68, Norte Vista 46-- Details not available.

West Valley 74, Riverside Notre Dame 38--Details not available.

San Dimas Tournament
Pool Play

Diamond Bar 54, Northview 48 (OT)-- After E.J. Johnson hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, the Brahmas outscored the Vikings 10-4 in the extra period on the first day of the San Dimas Tournament.  Diamond Bar erased an eight-point deficit with two minutes left in regulation in its season opener. The Brahmas (1-0) took their first lead of the game and outscored Covina Northview 10-4 in overtime to get the 54-48 win. Trailing by eight with two minutes left, the Brahmas scored on a 3-pointer from Robert Haney and two scores by Matt Brunelle to get within one. The Vikings took a 3-point lead on a layup and after Diamond Bar missed a shot on its next possession the Brahmas then fouled the Vikings with 10 seconds left sending them to the free-throw line. After Northview missed both free throws, Diamond Bar tried to get a 3-point attempt from Jordan Holmes but a triple-team forced him to pass the ball off to Johnson for the buzzer-beater.Jordan Holmes led the Brahmas with 17 points and four steals, while Matt Brunelle had 16 points and nine rebounds. DIAMOND BAR (54) Haney 5, Robinson 5, Johnson 9, Holmes 17, Garcia 2, Brunelle 16. NORTHVIEW (48) Espiritu 3, Filer 4, Johnson 3, Gavin 11, Nelson 11, Marrisagen 8, Hurtado 8. Diamond Bar 5 10 11 18 10 -- 54 Northview 11 9 5 19 4 -- 48 Total fouls: DB 12, N 13. Fouled out: Filer (N). Technical fouls: none.

Don Lugo 58, Bonita 47--Garet Hill scored a game-high 21 points and Andy Galindo added 18 as the Conquistadores (1-2) rebounded from an early 12-point deficit to claim the first-round pool-play victory in the San Dimas Tournament.  Bonita (0-1) was led by Chris Dean's 19 points and nine rebounds. Ramsey Jarrar scored 11 points for the Bearcats. BONITA (47) Hagman 2, Wyrick 2, Miller 4, Jarrar 11, Cannan 7, Dean 19, Johnson 2. DON LUGO (58) Galindo 18, Plutco 5, Hill 21, Asafo-Agyei 2, Guzik 7, Fender 2, Snyder 1, Van Holland 2. Total fouls: B 17, DL 17. Fouled out: Miller (B), Dean (B). Technical fouls: none.

San Dimas 71, Garey 36--The Saints (1-0) took an 18-2 lead in the first quarter as Garey turned the ball over eight times in the first quarter, and went nearly nine minutes between baskets during the first and second quarters.   The win marks San Dimas coach Prestesater's 400th career win. Returning all-CIF player Jason Greenlee had 19 points for San Dimas, while Curtis Small had 21. Jermaine Alexander led the Vikings with 21.

Thousand Oaks Tournament

Oxnard 70, Oak Park 48--Shamir Simmons scored 19 points and the Yellowjackets (4-2) won during pool play in the Thousand Oaks tournament. Nick Curtis had 16 points and nine rebounds.  Jonathan Davis didn't score but had eight assists and four steals.

Grant 74, Channel Islands 66--Mike Charleston scored 17 of his 22 points in the first half of Grant's pool-play victory in the Thousand Oaks tournament.  Gino Riney had 14 points, nine assists and eight steals for Grant (1-1), which made 23 of 27 free throws. Manny Berrelleza of Channel Islands (2-2) scored 20 of his 26 points in the second half.

Harvard-Westlake 84, Highland 82 (OT)-- The Wolverines improved to 2-1 with the win. Highland is 1-5. Scoring: Highland: M. Stevenson 20, G. Stevenson 13, Realzola 15, Dawson 12, Jones 14, Kennedy 8;  Harvard-Westlake:   Scott 9, Weinstein 20 and 7 assists, 4 steals, Taylor11, Gilman 4, Wizenberg 6, Coffey 12 and 12 rebounds.  After outscoring Highland 20-11 in the third, H-W was up by 8 at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but Highland outscored the Wolverines 20-13 in the fourth quarter, sending the game to overtime.  Score by quarters: Highland 23,   21, 11, 20, 7 (OT)--82,  Harvard-Westlake: 19, 23, 20, 13 , 9(OT)--84.

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament

Valley Christian 61, Whitney 41-- Senior point guard Gary Polk  had 15 ponits, 6 rebounds and 5 assists for Whitney, who dropped to 1-1.   Valley Christian improved to 1-2.  Valley Christan scoring:  Crammer 12, Weaver 3, Benson 5, Kiel 5, Joo 15, Lovingier 2, Osbourne 2, Swain 10, Kuyper 8.   Whitney scoring: Polk 15, S. Tsai 7, Mohammad 3, J. Tsai 2, Hassan 4, Lim 7, Park 1, Kim 2.  Whitney: 8  15  10  9--41;  Valey Christian 18   23  15  5--61.

LA City & Southern Section League & Non-League Games; Intersectionals

LA City Section League Games

Western League.

Westchester 135, University 57--David Warsaw scored a game-high 30 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the host Comets (5-0, 1-0) won their league opener. Teammate Brandon Heath added 18 while Hassan Adams contributed with 16 points as every Westchester player scored. The Comets took a 32-8 first quarter lead and had 105 points at the end of the third.

Venice 85, Los Angeles 55--Other details not yet available.

Magnet League

Marlton Magnet 74, Downtown Business 61--Other details not yet available.

LA City Section Non-League/Cross-League

LA Wilson 55, Verdugo Hills 52-- Northern League Wilson defeated Sunset Six League Verdugo Hills as the Dons converted just six of 23 free throws, including two of eight in the fouth quarter when they were overtaken by the Mules. Leon Usher missed a three pointer with eight seconds which could have tied the game.   Wilson improves to 1-4 and Verdugo Hills remains winless at 0-4.  Usher led Verdugo scoring with 12. Wilson was led by Agollere with 12 and Torres with 11.

Monroe 56, Cleveland 49--Monroe of the Valley Mission League defeated West Valley League Cleveland. Ramall Goodrich had 22 points and Gary Gyulyan added 17 for the Vikings (1-5) in a nonleague victory at Monroe. Cleveland remains winless at 0-3.

Belmont 67, Hollywood 66--Northern League Belmont defeated Sunset Six League Hollywood.  Other details not yet available.

Garfield 69, Lincoln 43--Eastern League Garfield defeated Northern League Lincoln.  Other details not yet available.

Gardena 77, Jefferson 76 (OT)--Marine League Gardena defeated Coliseum League Jefferson in overtime.  Gardena's Arnold Johnson hit the game-winning shot with three seconds left in overtime to lift the Panthers to a 77-76 victory over Jefferson in a nonleague boys basketball game Tuesday night at Jefferson. Johnson finished with 37 points for Gardena, who led most of the game until Jefferson went on a 20-14 fourth-quarter run to force overtime. Ramon Prescott added 12 for Gardena, which improved to 3-2 overall.

Huntington Park 68,  King- Drew 25--Eastern League Huntington Park beat Magnet League King-Drew.  Other details not yet available.

San Pedro 74, Foshay 59--Malik Rahh scored 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as San Pedro (2-4) took a 29-9 first-quarter lead and never looked back. Glen Bullard scored 14, Ante Baskovic added 10 while Derrick Evans scored 12 and made nine rebounds.

Southern Section League Games

American League
San Gabriel Academy 111, Renaisannce Academy 75--Details not available.

Southern Section Non-League

Aquinas 64, Webb 47--details not yet available.

Atascadero 59, Lompoc 57--Travis Nelson hit a jumper from the top of the key to put the Greyhounds ahead by two with eight seconds remaining in overtime.  Frank Coleman was fouled at the other end as time expired on the Braves, but missed the front end of a one-and-one free-throw situation. Riley Prickett and Jordan Leiser each scored 13 for Atascadero (4-1), which shot a dismal 14-of-33 from the free-throw line. Lompoc, 15-of-24 from the stripe, was led by Coleman’s 12 points.

Bethel Christian 65 Masada 64--

Big Bear 70, Loma Linda 34--details not yet available.

Cabrillo 63, Rowland 36--    The Jaguars (3-2) used a 23-8 first quarter and 18 points and 10 boards   from Jushay Rockett to win over the visiting Raiders.  Cartier Carter also had 11 points and 4 assists for Cabrillo.  Rowland scoring: Pruitt 6, Barnes 9, Watkins 5, Phillips 5, Tucker 2, Tieu 4, Eskridge 2, Edwards 2.  Cabrillo scoring Kerlegon 2, Shivers 1, Carter 11, Redman 4, Sheridan 5, Murray 5, Brown 6, Rockett 18, Nero 4, Bennett 2,.

Chadwick 73, Rolling Hills Prep 63--Mike Reich scored 32 points to lift Chadwick (2-3) past host Rolling Hills Prep (1-1). Ethan Smith posted 13 points, Aaron Gleason tallied 12 and Peter McCaslin added 11 for Chadwick. Curtis Allen led Rolling Hills Prep with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Alex Elliott finished with 17 points and Jason Daley had 13.

Chaffey 58, Bloomington 50--Mikey Miranda scored 16 points and Cheddell Hunt added 12 as the Tigers (2-2) beat the Bruins in a nonleague contest. BLOOMINGTON (50) Thomas 6, Davis 8, Wilson 2, Tate 3, Lee 16, Montoya 15. CHAFFEY (58) McGee 4, Walker 4, Avina 4, Miranda 16, Bowden 4, Gardenas 2, Hunt 12, Sconiers 10, Stubbs 2. Bloomington 6 8 18 18 -- 50 Chaffey 16 15 12 15 -- 58 Total fouls: B 16, C 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Chaparral 61, Palm Springs 34--details not yet available.

Corona Centennial 89, Silverado 51--details not yet available.

Costa Mesa 61, Saddleback 39--Costa Mesa guard Steve Whittaker had 18 points and 10 rebounds and senior center Mike Payne had nine of his 11 points and all eight rebounds in the second half to help the Mustangs earn a nonleague boys basketball home win over Saddleback Tuesday night.     Senior Jun Gandia added nine, all on three-pointers, for the winners (3-2). Whittaker drained four three-pointers as the Mustangs hit 10 from beyond the arc. Saddleback 6 16 8 9 - 39 Costa Mesa 16 14 17 14 - 61; Saddleback - Isais 15, R. Gonzalez 12, Winrow 3, Singh 3, Reyes 2, Sosa 2, Amezcua 2; 3-pt. goals - Singh 1 Fouled out - J. Gonzalez. Technicals - None.  Costa Mesa - Whittaker 18, Payne 11, Gandia 9, Conte 6, Vakili 6, Krikorian 5, Clark 2, Fregoso 2, Millward 2, Cabico 0, Biggio 0Amburgey 0.  3-pt. goals - Whittaker 4, Gandia 3, Vakili 2, Krikorian 1. Fouled out - None.    Technicals - None

Crescenta Valley 82, Saugus 66--Saugus was plaugued by poor shooting in the first three quarters (28%) and never recovered in this non-league game at CV. James Jenkins (6'-7" Sr. F) finished with 16 points and 9 rebounds.  Jimmy Goffredo (6'-0" So. SG) also had 16 points, while Chris Tarne (6'-1" Jr. G) finished with a game high 21 and 6 rebounds despite being bothered by a hip injury.  Trevor Dahl led the Centurions with 17 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, as Saugus outscored CV, 27-20. Saugus 8 14 17 27 -- 66 CV 21 20 21 20 -- 82 SAUGUS -- Holmquist 12, Dahl 17, Behar 2, Sayer 2, Krogh 2, Borrelli 6, Cook 2, Newcomb 6, Muszalski 8, Valle 7, Reder 2.  3-Pt: Dahl 4, Muszalski 2. CV -- Jenkins 16 and 9 rebounds, Goffredo 16, Tarne 21, Kula 6 and 8 rebounds, Kang 6 and 7 rebounds, Pari 9 and 7 rebounds, DerMugerdichian 6, Tima 2. 3-Pts: Goffredo 3, Tarne 3, DerMugerdichian 2.

El Modena 61, Santiago 41--El Modean scoring:   Mechlingf 10, Rabb 5, Robinson 13, Penir 4, Tavon 17, D. Michael 4, Armstrong 6, P. Michael 2.

Fairmont Prep 68, Acaciawood 50--details not available.

Glendale Adventist 49, Lighthouse Christian 28-- Scoring: Lighthouse Christian: S. Tavarez 13, Hamilton 8, Blackman 5, R. Tavarez 2; Glendale Adventist: Diaz 16, Hampton 9, Dator 7, Osborne 4, Dickerson 4, Young 4, Nicolas 3, Slade 1, Ashlock 1, Record: Glendale Adventis 2-3.

Hemet 63,  San Jacinto 53--details not available.

Hoover 50, Burbank 41--Sophomore Armen Baghdassarian scored 13 points to help the Tornadoes in a nonleague victory at Hoover.   Baghdassarian hit three of five three-point shots and all four of his free throws for Hoover (2-2).  Burbank 9 11 7 14 -- 41  Hoover 13 11 11 15 -- 50 BURBANK -- Arzumanian 10, Reed 7, Cleveland 9, Kenzil 2, Flowers 3, Krikorian 3, Street 6, Sheffield 1. Three-pointers: Cleveland 2. Arzumanian.  HOOVER -- Markossian 5, Baghdasarian 13, Chinivizyan 7, Ismalian 4 and 6 rebounds, Rivera 3, Stepanyan 7, Akopyan 7, Abernathy 4 and 10 rebounds.      Three-pointers: Baghdasarian 3. Markossian. Stepanyan.

Le Lycee 69, Highland Hall 47-- Scoring: Le Lycee: D Berdakin 14, Wisna 2, yousy 14, Dbagj 18, Gaillard 13, Myanira 4, Goldenberg 23, De. Berdakin 2; Highland Hall:  Silver 22, Burton 15, and 15 rebouns and 6 assists and 5 steals; Anastas 3 and 5 blocks, Sawczuk 1 and 11 rebounds, Kimke 6; Record: Highland Hall 0-3.

Liberty Christian 46, Saddleback Valley Christian 26--details not available.

Moorpark 67, Camarillo 65--Ron Russ hit a short jumper with three seconds remaining to give Moorpark a 67-65 victory Tuesday night over Camarillo in a nonleague game at Camarillo High.  The Musketeers improve to 4-0.   Moorpark led by 12 with just 3:40 to play, but as often happens in high school games, started the victory parade before the game was over.  The result was a need for Russ' shot just to avoid overtime. Camarillo (3-2) guard Ian Campbell scored 12 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter, including two three-point baskets to lead the Camarillo comeback which fell just short of the win. The Scorpions went on a 15-3 run in the closing minutes, tying it on two free throws by Brad Boyer with 17.9 seconds to play.   Moorpark was led by Greg Estandia with 17 points and nine rebounds and Blake Sharpe with 15 points, six rebounds and five steals.  Russ had 13 points and seven rebounds, and Peter Kauffmann had 11 points for Moorpark. Jared Jungwirth had 15 points for Camarillo.

Newbury Park Adventist 65, Cornerstone Christian 45-- Scoring:  Hamlin 7, Saesim 17, Davis 6, Halm 1, Jenson 24, 14 rebounds, and 4 blocks, Anguish 7, Johnson 4; Cornerstone: Hurtado 16, Walker 11, June 5 and 6 steals, Giles 8, Pasillas 1, Sack 2, T. Miller 2. Records: Cornerstone 0-3, NP Adventist 2-1.

Nogales 70, Keppel 46--Keppel scoring Wong 10, Matfu 10, Yano 7, Lai 8, Chinn 5, Yamauchi 6; Nogales--Carson 17, Pagdillao 12, Rogers 13, Boyd 7, Isezaj 14, Diz 2, Michell 1, Olivas 4. Keppel--9  11  11  15--46;   Nogales 20  17  14  19 --70; Keppel 2-1; Nogales 3-0

Oakwood 52, Pasadena Poly 42--Poly was playing shy a couple of starters who are still playing football (looking to repeat as CIF champs Saturday night) . It was however, a very impressive freshman debut for Matt Sargeant, who was the leading scorer with 23 points. Marshall Duncan had 12 and Jordan Segel had 7. Oakwood played a very poised game, and their big man, Nick Mark did an excellent job and finished with 22.  Poly: Kevin Kawachi 0, David Hsu 0, Matt Sargeant 23, Marshall Duncan 12, Jordan Seagall 7.  Oakwood:  Eric Noble 4, Mitch Firestein 3, Derek Petty 6, Stan Musgrave 17, Nick Mark 22.   Poly:  7  17  10   8-42;  Oakwood  12  11  10  19--52. Records: Oakwood 5-0; Pasadena Poly 0-1. 

Orangewood Academy 59,  St. Margaret's 57-- Orangewood scoring:  Melin 17, Tamanaha 15, Mitchell 9, Lendein 9, Moore 7, Warren 2;   St. Margaret's scoring:  Janczyk 18, Chrispen 13, Krouse 11, Kermott 9, Ortega 4, Maroul 2.  Orangewood:  8  22  13  16--59;  St. Margaret's 13  10  15  19--57.  Records: Orangewod 1-1.

Paso Robles 53, Arroyo Grande 51--Paso Robles High remained unbeaten Tuesday, beating Arroyo Grande 53-51 in a non-league boys basketball game at James Gym. The Bearcats, 5-0 overall, won in the final seconds. After Arroyo Grande tied the game on a three-pointer by Ryan Zimmerman, Paso Robles’ J.R. Webb scored on a driving layup with eight seconds to play. Webb finished with 17 points, while teammate Nate Anguiano had 11. Anguiano had three third-quarter three-pointers. Arroyo Grande’s Phillip Johnson had 15 points before fouling out, while Zimmerman added 13 and David Romero 12. The Bearcats outscored the Eagles 30-21 in the second half.   Arroyo Grande is 4-1.

Righetti 51, Santa Ynez 40-- Santa Ynez (1-1) shot 13-of-67 from the floor, including 3-of-12 from 3-point range, and made just 13-of -27 free throws. The teams were tied at halftime 20-20, but Righetti (3-2) dominated the third quarter of play, outscoring the Pirates 17-5.  Matt McKinney, the Pirates' 6-foot-7 sophomore, scored a game-high 19 points and 15 rebounds. RIGHETTI -- Clark 4, Knowlson 3, Ramos 9, Comeau 15, Nichols 6, Brown 1, Osario 8, Jensen 2, McCutcheon 4. SANTA YNEZ -- Bratcher 2, Gilmour 2, Wooten 6, McKinney 19, Dreher 9, Billings 2. Righetti . . . 10 10 17 14 -- 51 Santa Ynez . . . 12 ╩8 5 15 -- 40 3-point goals -- R 3 (Knolsen 1 Comeau 1 Nichols 1) SY 3 3 (Dreher 2, McKinney 1). Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none.

Rubidoux 61,  Corona 56--details not available.

San Luis Obispo 60, Morro Bay 51-- Morro Bay clawed its way from 12 points down at halftime to within two points in the fourth quarter, but San Luis Obispo held on for the win. The Tigers had Greg Morales score 17 points, while Chad Vicory had 14 and Jeff Jenkins 12 to go with 15 rebounds.Morro Bay senior Nick Humphrey had 22 points. San Luis Obispo, idle until the Arroyo Grande Optimist Tournament, is 2-3 and Morro Bay 1-3.

San Marcos 76, Rio Mesa 59-- The Royals' Aaron Mercer scored a game-high 23 points while Duane Fortune added 18 and Asher Kupperman
posted 16. After leading 32-27 at halftime, the Royals played inspired in the third quarter, mounting a 10-0 run to give San Marcos a 12-point lead.  Daniel Bednar was Rio Mesa's leading scorer with 18 points. Kupperman led the Royals in rebounds with eight while Mercer and Fortune collected seven apiece. The Royals (3-1) will play host to Westlake High at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. SAN MARCOS -- Mercer 23, Fortune 18, Cupperman 16, Hopkins 8, Slaventa 7, Hill 2, Below 2, Carlsen 2, Cruse 1. RIO MESA -- Daniel Bednar 18, Moreno 13, Alonge 6, McBride 6, Nowak 5, Lazcano 4, Barber 3, Robinson 2, Torres 2. San Marcos . . . 15 21 22 18 -- 76 Rio Mesa . . . 19 12 13 15 -- 59 3-point goals -- SM 10 (Mercer 3 Fortune 3 Hopkins 2, Slaventa 1, Cupperman 1), RM 3 (Moreno 2, Barber 1). Fouled out -- Alonge, Bednar. Technicals -- none.

Santa Clara 73, Carpintera 58--The Warriors (0-4) were outscored 18-2 in the first quarter and dropped the non-league game to Santa Clara.    Freshman David Horton led Carpinteria with a game-high 24 points while Grant Savoy added 10 points, six blocks and six steals. SANTA CLARA -- Davis 9, Lajole 3, Soria 23, Ricky Payne 1, Linzey 6, Alex Minny 14, Lassie 7, Ramirez 10. CARPINTERIA -- s. Lopez 2, E. Lopez 7, Savoy 10,
Bright 5, Bra. Zoldos 5, Bre. Zoldos 5, David Horton 24. Santa Clara . . . 18 20 19 16 -- 73 Carpinteria . . . ╩2 18 17 21 -- 58 3point goals -- SC 7 (Soria 5, Davis 1, Lajole 1), C 4 (E. Lopez 2, Savoy 1, Bra. Zoldos 1). Total Fouls -- SC 24, C 22. Fouled out -- Bra. Zoldos. Technicals -- none.

Santa Paula 85, Hueneme 69--Ryan Frutos had 28 points and four steals in a nonleague victory for the Cardinals (4-1) at Hueneme (1-3).   Ernie Lopez had 15 points and Joe Mata had eight assists for Santa Paula. 

Sherman Indian 69, Rio Hondo Prep 65--Sherman Indian scoring: Pina 11, Ivins 4, Hubbard 13, Nez 14, Spoonhunter 23, Flores 4, Steele 1;   Rio Hondo Prep scoring: Paul Hampton 17, Devon Drain 16, Jason Dinius 11, Kyle Corral 2, Ryan Westervoorde 6, Jon Echevarria 7, Eric Wennerberg 2.  Sherman Indian:   14  16  22  17--69;  Rio Hondo Prep 14  12  16   23--65;  Records: Rio Hondo Prep 1-5.

Sultana 75, Silver Valley 45--details not yet available.

Tarbut V'Torah 65, La Verne Calvary Baptist 39--details not available.

Temple City 56, Maranatha 43--Temple City: Kevin Sweeny 16, Desmond Reed 7, Nicco Lapus 6, Jason Engeman 4, Jeremy Torres 2, Eric Chin 10, Tomoji Onogi 5,Johnson Yen 6.  Maranatha:  Stephan Sakanshi 54, Dustin Bowers 2, Donny Blume 2, Richard Pettyts 2, Ryan D'Eveyn 6, David Newkirk 19, Dino Vanegas 6.   Temple City:  20  9  11  16--56; Maranatha 9  14  11   9--43; Record: Temple City 1-0.

Windward 47, Pioneer 29--details not yet available.

Intersectional

Mission Prep 88, Santa Maria Valley Christian 62-- Mission Prep (Central Section) overcame a poor shooting night (33-87) to defeat the host Santa Maria Valley Christian Lions (Southern Section). The Royals were led by Garrett Loughran with 24 points and 12 rebounds. Gerald Purify added 22 points and 14 rebounds. Souleymane Traore chipped in with 13 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocks. Brent Walker scored 14 for the Royals as he faced a box and one for most of the night. The Royals outscored Valley Christian 27-7 iin the final quarter. Mission Prep improves to 2-0 on the season and are next in action Thursday 12/7/00 vs. Strathmore in the Riverdale (Fresno) Tournament.

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