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Game Scores and Details From
Thursday 12/7/00--(Dec. 9, 2000)

We got a little screwed up this week with too much to do and not enough time to finish it all, but better late than never, so we're uploading the last three days scoring details all at once. Here are the scores from Thursday, December 7, 2000, both tournament and non-tournament, league and non-league that we were able to track down.  We know they are not complete, but that's life.  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.   The listing of scores if show first, and then game details can be found here, or by scrolling down the page

Tournament Game Scores-- Thursday, 12/7/00

Arroyo Tournament
Monrovia 58, Nogales 42
Montclair 72, Arroyo 46
Rowland 76, Whittier 63
Los Altos 82, La Canada 77 (OT)
Bell Gardens 62, South El Monte 37

Beverly Hills Boys’ Tournament
Buena 72, Campbell Hall 57
Hart 67, Daniel Murphy 64 (OT)

Canyon Tournament
Notre Dame 70, Valencia 66
Quartz Hill 63, Monroe 58
Granada Hills 93, Alemany 43

Cathedral City Desert Cities Classic
No games scheduled Thursday 12/7/00

El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament
Championship

El Rancho 54, Roosevelt 52
Consolation
HH Wilson 62, Workman 41
5th Place
Montebello 63, El Monte 34
11th Place
Don Bosco 55, Sierra Vista 49
Paramount 63, Schurr 58
Warren 53, Alhambra 51

El Segundo Tournament
West Torrance 55, North Torrance 34
St. Bernard 63, Kennedy 55
St. Monica 71, Mira Costa 58
Narbonne 53, South Torrance 49

Fillmore Tournament
L.A. Baptist 70, West Valley Christian 41
Nordhoff 54, St. Bonaventure 49
Santa Paula 78, Santa Ynez 52

LA Fremont Tournament
Jordan 62, Washington JV 27
Locke 47, USC Mast 27
Compton 44, Hawthorne 34
Fremont 86, Foshay 30

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic
Kennedy 51, Savanna 41
Newport Harbor 83, Calabasas 41
La Serna 58, Marina 51

Glendora Tournament
Brea Olinda 72, Blair 56
Baldwin Park 75, Bassett 68
Charter Oak 67, Covina 47
Glendora 66, South Hills 54

Joshua Springs Classic
West Shores 65, Calvary Chapel-Redlands 43

La Quinta Aztec Tournament
Corona del Mar 46, Saddleback 41
Los Amigos 50, Santa Ana 43
Calvary Chapel 73, La Quinta JV 42

Montclair Prep Tournament
San Gabriel 77, Montclair Prep 65
Yeshiva 73 Buckley 68
Antelope Valley Christian 53, Montclair Prep JV 36

Newport Harbor Tournament
El Toro 71, Edison52

Ocean View Tournament of Champions
Perris 62, Cajon 59
Serra 63, Compton 59

Pasadena Poly Tournament
Colorado Springs Christian 87, St. Margaret's 47
La Salle 76, Southwestern Academy 23
Maranatha 47, Oakwood 40 (OT)
Pasadena Poly 65, San Marino 52

Rialto Eisenhower Tournament
Eisenhower 88, Colton 45
San Gorgonio 74, Valley View 62

Riverside Kiwanis Arlington Tournament
Redlands 61, La Quinta 60
A.B. Miller 87, Kaiser 63

San Dimas Tournament
Don Lugo 58, Northview 42
Diamond Bar 49, Bonita 45
Alta Loma 56, Garey 55

Sanger Tournament
Victor Valley 50, Buchanan 41

Silver Valley Tournament
Boulder City69, Aquiinas 60
Twentynine Palms 62, Pahrump Valley (NV) 50
Hesperia 65, Big Bear 37
Silver Valley 87, Twin Pines

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament
No games scheduled Thursday, December 7

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament
Anaheim 74, Rancho Alamitos 51
Garden Grove 51, Whitney 41
Valley Christian Cerritos 78, Norwalk 53

Woodcxrest Christian Tournament
Riverside MLK 85, Sherman Indian 52

City Section Games--Non-League and League--12/7/00

Western League
Fairfax 75, Venice 54

Non-League Games
Garfield 45, Wilson 27
Huntington Park 68, Elizabeth St. 45
Lincoln 76, Verdugo Hills 55
Marlton 79, Valley Alternative 64
San Pedro 78, Belmont 67
SOCES 59, Van Nuys 55
Taft 54, Franklin 52

Southern Section Games--Non-League and League--12/7/00

Condor League
Happy Valley 54, Ojai Valley 46

Non-League

Camarillo 66, Royal 52
Century 44, El Modena 34
Crossroads 65, Crenshaw 48
Desert Christian 37, Webb 36
Fairmont Prep 62, Riverside Christian 41
Loma Linda Academy 54, Boys Republic 49
Pomona 76, Rancho Cucamonga 67
Summit View 32, Bridges Academy 17
Whitewater 96, Jack Weaver 19.

Tournament Game Details--12/7/00

Arroyo Tournament

Monrovia 58, Nogales 42--Monrovia (4-0), held Nogales to two 6 and 9 points in the third and fourth quarters in Thursday night's semifinal game. Nogales was led by senior guard Jeremy Mack with 15 points  Bryant Markson scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the first half, knocking down three of Monrovia's first five field-goals. Gary Castillo had 10 points for Nogales. Ryan O'Hara hit for 13 for the Wildcats, shooting 3-5 from the line. Monrovia will face Los Altos (4-0) in the tournament's championship game on Saturday. Los Altos came from behind to defeat La Canada High School (3-1) in overtime, 82-77, in an earlier semifinal match.

Montclair 72, Arroyo 46-- Demetris Walk (5'-11" Jr. G) scored 21 points and Jonathan Candelo (6'-2" Sr. C) added 14 points and eight rebounds in the Arroyo Tournament win. Montclair (3-2) faces Bell Gardens in Saturday's consolation championship.

Rowland 76, Whittier 63--no details were available.

Los Altos 82, La Canada 77 (OT)-- La Canada High boys' basketball team outscored Los Altos by 15 points in the first quarter, and appeared to be heading toward its fourth straight win. But during the final 18 minutes -- which included a four-minute overtime -- the Conquerors outscored the Spartans by 20, won their fourth straight game, and advanced to Saturday's championship game at 4:30 p.m. with an 82-77 victory.  La Canada will be out of the Championship game for the first time in two years, and will play Nogales (4-1) at 6 p.m. Saturday in the third-place game, which lost to Monrovia, 58-42, Thursday.  Josh Allen and Brett Campbell led the way for the Conquerors, combining for 36 points in the second half and overtime. Campbell scored a game-high 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and Allen tallied 19, including 12 in the fourth quarter and overtime. Ballard, Neyland and Billy Hofman led the Spartans with 15 points each, and Mark Moore and Phil Swenson added 10 apiece.  La Canada 17 21 13 18 8 -- 77  Los Altos 12 16 19 22 13 -- 82   LA CANADA -- Hofman 15, Ballard 15, Swenson 10 and 8 rebounds, Neyland 15, Moore 10 and 8 rebounds, Gaudino 8, Kim 4 3-pointers: Neyland 3, Ballard 2, Hofman. LOS ALTOS -- Campbell 28 and 10 rebounds, Ant. Garcia 13, Allen 19, Lee 1, D. Rogers 3, McMath 2, And. Garcia 2, B. Rogers 4, Miyamoto 10.  3-pointers: Campbell, D. Rogers.

Bell Gardens 62, South El Monte 37--no details were available.

Beverly Hills Boys’ Tournament

Buena 72, Campbell Hall 57--Matt Colton scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Buena (4-3) to a victory in the semifinal round of the consolation bracket. Roosevelt Bolden added 16 points and dished out five assists to help pace the Bulldogs' attack. Buena plays the winner of the Hamilton/Beverly Hills gamwe in the consolation finals on Saturday at 3 p.m. Campbell Hall (57) — Harris 17, Anderson 1, Washington 4, Nixon 10, Drosman 2, Kaplan 4, Blackmon 2, Williams 10, Miller 7. Buena (72) — Boldn 16, Smith 4, Jacobsen 10, Meyer 10, Cobos 11, Colton 15   3-Point goals — Campbell Hall 2(Harris 1, Nixon 1). Buena 3 (Cobos 3). Fouled out — Campbell Hall, Washington. Rebounds — Buena 32. Assists —Buena 16

Hart 67, Daniel Murphy 64 (OT)--no details were available.

Canyon Tournament

Notre Dame 70, Valencia 66--Cody Pearson scored a career-high 41 points as Notre Dame held on for a 70-66 win over Valencia in the Canyon High tournament championship pool-play game Thursday night. Pearson hellped Notre Dame (3-0) squeak out its second tight victory in three games against Valencia (3-4), a team hampered by injuries to 11 of its 13 players. Senior point guard Albert Ingram scored 29 points for Valencia.  Michael Luderer of Notre Dame ended his self-imposed vacation after playing 13 weeks with the football team. Luderer was supposed to take a week off, but he changed his mind after the Knights barely defeated Quartz Hill on Monday.  The All-Mission League guard made two three-pointers in the final 2:18.

Quartz Hill 63, Monroe 58--Quartz Hill (5-3), behind 27 points by Tony Johnson, overcame a nine-point first-half deficit and held off a late rally by Monroe (1-6) in a fourth-place pool game.

Granada Hills 93, Alemany 43--Manny Cortez had 27 points, including five 3-pointers, to lift Granada Hills (3-4) to its first tournament victory in the fifth-place pool-play game. Evan Cline had 20 points for Alemany (0-3), which plays San Fernando at 4 p.m. today.

Cathedral City Desert Cities Classic
No games scheduled Thursday 12/7/00

El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament
Championship

El Rancho 54, Roosevelt 52
--no details were available.

Consolation
HH Wilson 62, Workman 41
--no details were available.

5th Place
Montebello 63, El Monte 34--no details were available.

11th Place
Don Bosco 55, Sierra Vista 49--no details were available.

Paramount 63, Schurr 58--Charles booth (Sr. F) had 22 points 11 rebounds and 7 steals to lead the Pirates (5-1) pas the Spartans in a pool play game.

Warren 53, Alhambra 51-- Julian Assibey scored 20 points to lead the Bears over the Moors in a semifinal game at Santa Fe HS. 

El Segundo Tournament

West Torrance 55, North Torrance 34--no details were available.

St. Bernard 63, Kennedy 55--no details were available.

St. Monica 71, Mira Costa 58--no details were available.

Narbonne 53, South Torrance 49--no details were available.

Fillmore Tournament

L.A. Baptist 70, West Valley Christian 41--Mike Madigan had 21 points and Brian Sanders added 19 points for the Knights of North Hills (3-0).

Nordhoff 54, St. Bonaventure 49--Eric Bensley scored 16 points to lead Nordhoff to the first-round win at Fillmore. Nordhoff's Matt Murphy added 15. Chris Saunders had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds and Steve Tarin tallied 16 points for St. Bonaventure. Nordhoff (54) — Bensley 16, Murphy 15, Parziale 4, Gaspard 9, Swift 1, Thomas 7, Stroup 2. St. Bonaventure (49) — Hertel 4, Araiza 3, Watson 2, Saunders 10, Dolinar 8, Tarin 16, DeSmidt 6. 3-Point goals — Nordhoff 1 (Murphy). St. Bonaventure 2 (Tarin 1, Araiza 1). Fouled out — DeSmidt (SB). Records — St. Bonaventure 2-3.

Santa Paula 78, Santa Ynez 52--Ryan Frutos had 22 points, including six 3-pointers, and Luis Rico added 17 as Santa Paula (5-1) advanced to tomorrow's Fillmore tournament semifinals. Luis Rico scored 17 for Santa Paula (5-1). St. Ynez (52) — Bracher 5, Herthel 2, Gilmour 8, Wooten 4, McKinny 17, Dreher 6, Alegria 3, Billings 4, Albright 3. Santa Paula (78) — Lopez 5, Frutos 22, A. Rico 5, Mapa 4, M. Perez 2, L. Rico 17, N. Perez 4, Bustos 8, Barrios 2, Macias 9. 3-Point goals — St. Inez 1 (Albright). Santa Paula 10 (Frutos 6, Macias 3, L. Rico)

LA Fremont Tournament

Jordan 62, Washington JV 27--no details were available.

Locke 47, USC Mast 27--no details were available.

Compton 44, Hawthorne 34--no details were available.

Fremont 86, Foshay 30--no details were available.

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic

Kennedy 51, Savanna 41--Robert Reyes, Phillip Tucker and Chris Johnson each scored nine as the Fighting Irish (4-2) defeated the Rebels (0-2).

Newport Harbor 83, Calabasas 41-- Leading, 19-12, the Sailors (4-0) scored 23 of the game's next 24 points. Newport led by as as many as 43 points before Calabasas (1-4) found some fourth-quarter offense. Tony Melum scored all of his team-high 21 points in the second and third quarters. Greg Perrine chipped in with 17 points and Aaron Yarnal added 15 points.    Newport's defense, with a little help from some Coyote turnovers and cold shooting, held Calabasas to only 19 points in three quarters. Newport Harbor 16 17 28 22 - 83  Calabasas 8 4 7 22 - 41  Newport Harbor - Melum 21, Perrine 17, Yarnal 15, Cameron 5, Spigner 5, Young 10, Pajevic 2, Hill 2, Diefenbach 6, Peterson 0. 3 pt. goals - Perrine 3, Melum 2, Cameron 1, Young 1, Yarnal 1.  Fouled out - None.  Calabasas - Fenchel 15, Holm 10, S. Saunders 9, McDermott 2, J. Saunders 2, Justman 1, Shirali 2. 3 pt. goals - Fenchel 1, Holm 1. Fouled out - Malatesta.

La Serna 58, Marina 51--no details were available.

Glendora Tournament

Brea Olinda 72, Blair 56--Landon Lewis scored 20 points, including three three-pointers, to lead Brea Olinda over Blair, 72-56, in a boys basketball game at the Glendora Tournament on Thursday night. Erik Giesler and Evan Moore each added 14 points for Brea Olinda (2-0).

Baldwin Park 75, Bassett 68--no details were available.

Charter Oak 67, Covina 47--no details were available.

Glendora 66, South Hills 54--no details were available.

Joshua Springs Classic

West Shores 65, Calvary Chapel-Redlands 43--Senior shooting guard Amado Santiago poured in 24 points, Danny Saldana added 13 (including three 3-pointers) and Devin Howard scored 12 as the Wildcats (5-2) overcame a 15-13 first-quarter deficit to thump the Bears (4-3) in first-round play of the Joshua Springs National Park Classic in Yucca Valley.

La Quinta Aztec Tournament

Corona del Mar 46, Saddleback 41--Idean Shahangian and Zach Brewster each scored 11 points as the Sea Kings (1-2) defeated the Roadrunners.   Ismael Isais scored 20 points to lead Saddleback.

Los Amigos 50, Santa Ana 43--Peter Vu scored 25 points, including 12 of 17 from the free-throw line, to lead the Lobos (2-2) against the Saints (0-3).Jackson Nanthavong added 11 points for Los Amigos.

Calvary Chapel 73, La Quinta JV 42--no details were available.

Los Alamitos Tournament

Montclair Prep Tournament

San Gabriel 77, Montclair Prep 65--Despite 31 points from 6-foot-7, 320-pound forward Derek Daniels, the Mounties (2-2) came up short in a fifth-place semifinal game. San Gabriel used a 28-14 third quarter to erase a five-point halftime lead. San Gabriel Will play Kilpatrick for fifth place at 3 p.m. today.   SG--Canizal 18, Tren 14, Tran 11, Chow 8, Lai 5, Espita 6, Avila 5, Goodwin 2, Hacon 8;  MCP--Daniels 31, Kaufman 7, Hartunian 7, Monsour 7, Anderle 3, Hakim 2, Trump 10.

Yeshiva 73 Buckley 68--Valley Torah transfer Abey Malkin scored a game-high 29 points to lead the Panthers of Los Angeles over the previously undefeated Griffins. Colin Ward-Henniger led Buckley with 26 points despite picking up three first-half fouls; David Gale played with the flu.

Antelope Valley Christian 53, Montclair Prep JV 36-- John Cho and Jamal Flanagan combined for 30 points to lead the Eagles into the consolation championship against Marshall of Pasadena

Newport Harbor Tournament

El Toro 71, Edison52--no details were available.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Perris 62, Cajon 59--Donovan Morris (6'-3" Jr. F) had 21 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists, but the Cowboys (1-3) couldn't hold a late lead and fell to the Panthers in the Tournament of Champions at Ocean View High School.

Serra 63, Compton 59--no details were available.

Pasadena Poly Tournament

Colorado Springs Christian 87, St. Margaret's 47--John Chrispens scored 11 points as the Tartars lost in the first round. St. Margaret's will play San Marino today at 4:30 p.m. in a second-round matchup.

La Salle 76, Southwestern Academy 23--La Salle--Seeve Vanleuwen 4, Anthony Napolitano 4, Jairo Francia 154, Matt Kelley 12, Pat Kennedy 8, Chris Rakiewicaz 10;  South Western --Marcus Brown 5, Osa Ifibor 8, Chris Childers 2, Raul Vishwaneth 2, John Anfeil 1, Joseph Velasquez 5. La Sall improved ot 4-1; Southwester 0-3.

Maranatha 47, Oakwood 40 (OT)--David Newkirk scored 17 points as Maranatha improved to 3-2 and gave Oakwood its first loss of the season.   Senior Nick Mark was held to 14 points and Stan Musgrave to 2. Eric Noble 4, Mich Fierstein 5, Derek Fetty 10, Youni Howard 5.  Maranatha scoring: Steven Sakanashi 3, Dustin Bowers 4, Richard Petteys 4, John Gregorich 12, D. Evelyn 3, Steven Ford 4, David Newkirk 17.  Mar--16  6  6  19  9--47;  Oak--11  6   14  7  2--40.

Pasadena Poly 65, San Marino 52-- Freshman Matt Sargeant led Poly with 29 points. Marshall Duncan had 12, Kevin Kawachi 7, David Hsu 5, David Carlson 3, Chris Bateman 2, Jordan Segel 1, and matt Robert 6;  San Marino was led by Josue Pineda with 16, and Albert Wei and Mike Shia both had 13. San Marino--10   14  16  12--52;  Poly--13  12  20  20 --66. 

Rialto Eisenhower Tournament

Eisenhower 88, Colton 45-- Dante Ruzan (5'-10" Sr. G) scored 19 points and had eight assists as the Eagles (3-0) defeated the Yellowjackets at the Rialto-Eisenhower Tournament. Junior 6-8 center Johnny Dukes added 18 points and nine rebounds, while Alex Acker had 16 points for Eisenhower.

San Gorgonio 74, Valley View 62--Shaun Buckingham scored 23 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked three shots to help the Spartans (2-2) over the Eagles at the Rialto-Eisenhower Tournament.

Riverside Kiwanis Arlington Tournament

Redlands 61, La Quinta 60-- Down by 10 points entering the fourth quarter, the Blackhawks (3-1) missed two free throws with two seconds to go in the Arlington Tournament game. George Gutierrez led La Quinta with 23 points, while Aaron Aceves and Daniel Martinez chipped in 10 points each. Chris Marrujo led the team with eight rebounds.  Senior 7-foot center Alex Graham scored 20 points, took 17 rebounds and blocked five shots as the Redlands High School boys basketball team edged La Quinta 61-60 on Thursday to reach the semifinals of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Senior 6-3 forward Bryan Roberts added 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Terriers (3-0), who survived a late Blackhawks rally.

A.B. Miller 87, Kaiser 63--Jacob Ramirez and Malcolm Taylor each scored 12 points for the Rebels (4-0) as they defeated the Cats (3-3) in the quarterfinals of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament.

San Dimas Tournament

Don Lugo 58, Northview 42--Andy Galindo scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, leading the Conquistadores into the San Dimas Tournament championship game. Garet Hill had 13 points, Kevin Plutko added 10 and Raphael Asafo-Agyei contributed five blocks and seven rebounds for Don Lugo (3-2).

Diamond Bar 49, Bonita 45 --Jordan Holmes and Mark Jecmen scored 12 points each for the Brahmas (2-1) in the San Dimas Tournament, while Chris Dean led the Bearcats (1-2) with 16 points.

Alta Loma 56, Garey 55 --The Braves posted their first victory of the season in the battle of winless teams, getting 10 points each from Sean Moore and Yoseth Yaisreal. Jonathan Parkinson paced Garey with 17 points.

Sanger Tournament

Victor Valley 50, Buchanan 41--no details were available.

Silver Valley Tournament

Boulder City69, Aquiinas 60--Jermaine Harris had a game-high 25 points for the Falcons (3-2) in a loss to the Eagles at the Silver Valley Tournament. C.J. Nelson added 18 points for Aquinas.

Twentynine Palms 62, Pahrump Valley (NV) 50--Ken Randle scored 19 points and collected 17 rebounds as the Wildcats (1-0) beat Pahrump Valley in the semifinals of the Silver Valley Tournament. Ray Hester added 11 points for Twentynine Palms.

Hesperia 65, Big Bear 37--no details were available.

Silver Valley87, Twin Pines--no details were available.

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament
No games scheduled Thursday, December 7

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament

Anaheim 74, Rancho Alamitos 51--Quinn Hawking scored 25 points, including three three-pointers, and Chasen Mitchell added 14 as the Colonists (3-3) beat the Vaqueros (0-5). Art Aguilar led Rancho Alamitos with 15 points.

Garden Grove 51, Whitney 41-- Sophomore Daniel Son had a game high 19 points in the Wildcats (1-3) loss to the Argonauts in pool play. Sean Tsai (Jr. F) also had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Whitney. 

Valley Christian Cerritos 78, Norwalk 53--no details were available.

Woodcxrest Christian Tournament

Riverside MLK 85, Sherman Indian 52--no details were available.

City Section Games--Non-League and League--12/7/00

Western League

Fairfax 75, Venice 54--no details were available.

Non-League Games

Garfield 45, Wilson 27--no details were available.

Huntington Park 68, Elizabeth St. 45--no details were available.

Lincoln 76, Verdugo Hills 55--no details were available.

Marlton 79, Valley Alternative 64--no details were available.

San Pedro 78, Belmont 67--no details were available.

SOCES 59, Van Nuys 55-- Ron Coleman had 15 points and seven rebounds, but host Van Nuys (0-4) couldn't overcome an 18-point halftime deficit and lost 59-55 to Sherman Oaks CES in a nonleague game.

Taft 54, Franklin 52--no details were available.

Southern Section Games--Non-League and League--12/7/00

Condor League

Happy Valley 54, Ojai Valley 46 --Mike LaLanne scored 35 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Happy Valley (2-0) to victory over Ojai Valley (2-1). Graham Jones added eight points and nine rebounds for Happy Valley. Ojai Valley (46) — Perry 2, Shane 6, inclair 19, Larry 12, Holt 6. Happy Valley (54) — Wilson 2, Adams 2, Kobbe, 2, LaLanne 35, Jones 8, Wilson 4, 3-Point goals — None Fouled out — None.

Non-League

Camarillo 66, Royal 52--Jared Jungwirth recorded a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Camarillo (4-2) to the home victory over Royal. Camarillo's Jimmy Alstot chipped in 14 points while Derek Rasp had 11. Royal was led by Robert Davis' 14 points and Kyle Bondrak's 13 points. Royal (52) — Chang 2, Pourchheld 3, Hendershot 5, Lawrence 5, Davis 14, Johnson 6, Cox 4, Bondrak 13. Camarillo (66) — Alstot 14, Caldwell 6, Young 3, Boyer 8, Jungwirth 14, Trester 2, Reichel 6, Rasp 11, Wallman 2.  3-Point goals — Royal 2 (Pourchheld, Lawrence). Camarillo 5 (Alstot 1, Young 1, Boyer 1, Jungwirth 1, Rasp 1). Rebounds — Camarillo (Jungwirth 12). Records — Camarillo 4-2

Century 44, El Modena 34--Celestino Johnson and Phillip Alves both scored 14 points to lead the Centurions (2-3) over the host Vanguards (2-4). Alves also grabbed 10 rebounds for the Centurions.

Crossroads 65, Crenshaw 48--no details were available.

Desert Christian 37, Webb 36--Senior Javier Santana scored his only basket of the night with only three seconds on clock to lift Desert Christian Conquerors to its fifth win of the season. Joshua Johnson scored a team-high 16 points.

Fairmont Prep 62, Riverside Christian 41--Will Washington scored a game-high 27 points and Jon Chang added 13 as Fairmont Prep (7-0) defeated Riverside Christian (0-1).

Loma Linda Academy 54, Boys Republic 49 -- Markus Cotten scored 25 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Rams' loss. Sophomore 5-9 point guard Ryan Prior scored 17 points, and 6-0 junior forward Kiff Rivinius added 11 points and seven rebounds as the visiting Roadrunners (1-1) eased past the Rams (1-3) in a nonleague game.

Pomona 76, Rancho Cucamonga 67--John Dang scorched Rancho Cucamonga for 31 points Thursday night, leading the Red Devils to a 76-67 nonleague road victory.  The Red Devils (4-2) led 43-21 at halftime.   Cougars guard Gerald Gilcrest scored 12 of his 22 points during the host's fourth-quarter surge, shrinking the lead to 59-52 with six minutes remaining. Gilcrest canned a three-pointer to make the score 73-67 with 19 seconds left, but Dang made the icing free throws. Forced to replace all five starters from last year's team, Rancho Cucamonga is off to a 1-3 start. Pomona received 13 points from Madison, 12 points from Odell Howard and 11 points and eight rebounds from forward Spencer Smith

Summit View 32, Bridges Academy 17--Gary Haddock had 14 points and the Eagles (1-3) won on the court for the first time in their three-year history at Winnetka Recreation Center.

Whitewater 96, Jack Weaver 19--Andre Connors pumped in 24 points, while Jason Hubbard and Malakai Maka chipped in 12 points apiece, powering the host Saints (2-0) to a non-league win.

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