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Game Scores and Details From
Friday 12/8/00--(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 Friday, December 8, 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 Scores- Friday 12/8/00

Beverly Hills Tournament
Semifinals

Washington 63, Ventura 52
Palisades 47, Peninsula 43
Consolation
Hollywood 71, Birmingham 70

Canyon Tournament
Alemany 70, San Fernando 69

Cathedral Cities Winter Desert Classic
Beaumont 74, Central 69 (OT)
Cathedral City 92, Barstow 61
Redlands East Valley 74, Serrano 38
Temescal Canyon 60, Palm Desert 53

El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament
Championship
Warren 71, El Rancho 52
Third Place
Alhambra 49, Roosevelt 47
Fifth Place (Consolation Championship)
Hacienda Heights Wilson 66, Santa Fe 46
Seventh Place
Paramont 60, Montebello 37
Eleventh Place Game
Workman 61, Chino 59
Fifteenth Place
Lincoln High 71, Sierra Vista 50

El Segundo Tournament
Semifinals
St. Monica 66, Narbonne 56
Leuzinger 69, Santa Monica 56
Consolation Semifinal
West Torrance 55, St. Bernard 54
Fifth Place Semifinal
South Torrance 48, Mira Costa 46
Fifth Place Semifinal
Torrance 45, El Segundo 40
Consolation
LACES 76, Mary Star 59

Fillmore Tournament
Semifinal

L.A. Baptist 51, Nordhoff 49
Semifinal
Santa Paula 58, Hillcrest Christian 57
Consolation
St. Bonaventure 85, West Valley Christian 48
Consolation
Santa Ynez 53, Filllmore 52

Fullerton Tournament
Estancia 54, La Mirada 36
Savanna 69, Marina 59
Fullerton 51, Western 37
La Serna 46, Kennedy 45

Glendora Tournament
Pool Play

Covina 71, No 9 Brea Olinda 56
Pool Play
Charter Oak 70, Blair 65
Pool Play
Glendora 76, Baldwin Park 40

Half Moon Bay Tournament
Bell-Jeff 71, Crystal Springs University 26

Hesperia Christian Tournament
Second-Round Consolation
Upland Christian 70,  Academy for Academic Ex 40

La Quinta Aztec Tournament
Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 68, Los Amigos 61
Santa Ana Valley 56, Corona Del Mar 50
St. John Bosco 77, Huntington Beach 44

Los Alamitos Tournament
Mayfair 50, Muir 40
Third place
Verbum Dei 60, Long Beach Millikan 49
Pool Play
LB Jordan 55, Los Alamitos 50
Pacific Hills 63, Lakewood 51

Montclair Prep Tournament
Third Place
Buckley 84, AGBU 30
Fifth Place
Kilpatrick 75, San Gabriel 73
Ninth Place
Pasadena Marshall 71, AV Christian 40

Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Tournament
El Toro 68, Fallbrook 39
Newport Harbor 69, Moreno Valley Rancho Verde 39
La Sierra 57, Edison 56

Ocean View Tournament of Champions
Championship Semifinal

Redondo Unino 62, Ocean View 52
Championship Semifinal
Mater Dei 73, Pasadena 39
Fifth Place Semifinal
Ontario 59, Santa Barbara 43

Pasadena Poly Tournament
Semifinal
Colorado Springs Chr. 75, Pasadena Poly 54
Maranatha 52, La Salle 50
San Marino 66, St. Margarets 43

Riverside Kiwanis Tournament
Championship Semifinal

A.B. Miller 72, Norco 40
Consolation Semifinal
Ramona 72, Riverside Poly 68
Consolation Semifinal
Rubidoux 75, Apple Valley 66
Consolation Bracket Game
Yucaipa 64, Norte Vista 55
Consolation Bracket Game
La Quinta 61, Banning 56

San Dimas Tournament
Championship
San Dimas 73, Don Lugo 36
Third Place Game
Damien 67, Diamond Bar 53
Fifth Place Game (Consolation Championship)
Bonita 54, Alta Loma 49
Garey 60, Northview 46

Silver Valley Tournament
Big Bear 60, Pahrump Valley (NV) 51

Temecula Valley Golden Bears Classic
Rosamond 53, Paloma Valley 37

Thousand Oaks Tournament
Semifinal

Newbury Park 59, Thousand Oaks 53
Semifinal
Crespi 67, Lompoc 54
Consolation
Oxnard 74, Harvard-Westlake 64
Consolation
Channel Islands 47, Oak Park 40
Grant 71, Highland 63

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament
Valley Christian 44, Garden Grove 31
Whitney 59, Norwalk 47

Woodcrest Christian Invitational
Sherman Indian 64, Calvary Chapel Murrieta Valley 57
Riverside King 101, San Jacinto 72

City Section Games--Non-League and League--12/8/00

Venice 79, Foshay 60
Los Angeles 72, Reseda 62

Southern Section Games--Non-League and League--12/8/00

Aliso Niguel 55, Dana Hills 49
Arrowhead Christian 69,  Riverside Christian 53
Bishop Diego 68, Laguna Blanca 37
Burroughs Ridgecrest 55, Palmdale 48
Capistrano Valley 62, Esperanza 51
Carpinteria 50, Cate 42
Chadwick 96, St. Anthony 61
Chaparral 66, Santiago 37
Costa Mesa 57, Westminster 52
Coutin 47, Pilibos 33
Crescenta Valley 67, Burroughs 47
Eisenhower 68, Etiwanda 61
El Dorado 62, Magnolia 48
Granite Hills 62, Indio 38
Horizon 60, Orange Lutheran 55
La Verne Lutheran 82, Ambassador Christian 39
Le Lycee 63, New Roads 56
Mission Viejo 66, Fontana 57
Mountain View 55, La Puente 46
Northwood 52, Laguna Hills 41
Price 81, Masada 16
Rosemead 66, Duarte 56
San Bernardino 57, Hemet 44
Santa Margarita 73, Long Beach Wilson 32
Santa Maria St. Joseph 61, Righetti 51
Sonora 71, Servite 58
South Pasadena 42, Hoover 34
Sunny Hills 61, John Glenn 49
Valencia (Placentia) 49, Troy 31
Westview 74, Skyward Christian 39
Windward 54, Highland Hall 24
Woodbridge 61, Foothill 60

Tournament Game Details--Friday 12/8/00

Beverly Hills Tournament

Semifinal
Washington 63, Ventura 52
--Trevor Robinson had 22 points and 7 rebounds and Johnny Davis scored 15 on five three-pointers for the Cougars in a Beverly Hills tournament semifinal loss.  Ventura (4-3), which will play Peninsula at 6 tonight for third place, committed 12 of its 20 turnovers in the second half and was outscored, 19-5, in the third quarter. Washington (63) — Chamberlain 15, Patterson 22, Parker 11, Lee 9, Smith 6. Ventura (52) — Yanez 1, Shaw 2, Dixon 6, Robinson 22, Wagner 6, Davis 15. Washington--15  18  19 11--63; Ventura 22  12  5  13--52   3-Point field goals — Washington 7 (Chamberlain 5, Patterson 2). Ventura 10 (Davis 5, Dixon 2, Robinson 1, Wagner 2). Rebounds — Ventura (Robinson 7). Assists — Ventura (Yanez 4). Records — Ventura 4-3.

Semifinal
Palisades 47, Peninsula 43--Kevin Gardner scored 18 points and Andrew Yim added 12 for Peninsula in the semifinals. Peninsula (5-2) will face the loser of the Ventura-Washington in the third-place game today at 6 p.m.

Consolation
Hollywood 71, Birmingham 70
--Brandon Sterling's free throw with 17 seconds to play lifted the Sheiks in a Beverly Hills tournament consolation game. Nick Halic's 12-foot shot missed at the buzzer for Birmingham (1-2). Hollywood (4-4) rallied from a four-point deficit entering the fourth quarter, when Derick Brown scored six of his 24 points.

Canyon Tournament

Alemany 70, San Fernando 69--Evan Cline scored 35 points, including a jump shot with three seconds remaining to lift the Indians (1-3) in pool play at the Canyon tournament.

Cathedral Cities Winter Desert Classic

Beaumont 74, Central 69 (OT)-- Beaumont's defense held El Centro Central to six points in the third quarter and Nate Mendoza scored 13 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter to force overtime in pool play of the Desert City Classic at Cathedral City. Ruben Mitchell and Mendoza combined for nine of Beaumont's 12 overtime pointsBEAUMONT (74) -- Small 8, Mitchell 19, Mendoza 28, Hackney 6, Curtis 13. CENTRAL (69) -- Border 5, Hellum 9, Beltran 5, McSee 25, Henderson 5, Gloves 14, Fisher 4, Fierra 2. Halftime score -- Central 41-23. Three-point goals -- Curtis, Gloves 3, Beltran, Hellum. Total fouls -- Beaumont 19, Central 21. Fouled out -- None. Technical foul -- Beaumont bench. . Records: Beaumont is 3-4.

Cathedral City 92, Barstow 61--The Lions (4-0) took advantage early jumping to a 20-2 lead by the end of the first quarter. Junior Brandon Gray finished with 15 points and senior Gerald DeVance had a team-high 23 points.   Jared Otteson and Thomas Shewmake scored 10 points each, while Mitch Matthews, Paul Heredia and Jeff Lambert each had 9. Although Barstow played without six players (three starters) who are members of the Aztecs football team playing in today’s CIF championship game,  the Aztecs (2-6) fought back late in the third quarter to cut it to 69-34 and in the fourth  outscore the Lions, 27-23. Josh Baca had a game-high 24 points  John Barron had 12 points and James Simpson finished with 11.

Redlands East Valley 74, Serrano 38-- Jon Vigil scored 14 points to help Redlands East Valley defeat Phelan Serrano in the third round of pool play at the Desert-City Winter Classic at Cathedral City.SERRANO (38) -- Sofio 10, Plummer 8, Pratt 5, Morelli 5, Ryder 4, Stahlke 4, Smith 2. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (74) -- Vigil 14, Rogers 12, Moses 12, Brazelton 7, Moore 4, Jannelli 6, Duncan 4, Lyles 4, Habte 3, Johnson 2, Harrison 2, Cooke 2, Builteman 2. Halftime score -- Redlands East Valley 50-26. Three-point goals -- Sofio, Vigil 3, Rogers 2, Moses 2, Habte. Total fouls -- Serrano 12, Redlands East Valley 22. Records: Serrano 2-5, Redlands East Valley 2-3.

Temescal Canyon 60, Palm Desert 53 -- Temescal Canyon forced six turnovers and outscored Palm Desert 25-11 in the second quarter to advance to the championship game of the Desert Cities Classic. Chris Maxey led the Titans with 23 points.   Palm Desert (4-1) was led by Dionte Harris with 25 points and 14 rebounds. Josh Zazulia added 13 points.TEMESCAL CANYON (60) -- Maxey 23, Zarbok 7, Cleary 9, Wing 3, Kelly 4, Roberson 14.  PALM DESERT (53) -- Zazulia 11, McQuillen 2, Harris 23, Brady 7, Smith 4, Henry 2. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 30-20. Three-point goals -- Maxey, Zarbok, Roberson 2, Zazulia, Harris. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 18, Palm Desert 21. Fouled out -- McQuillen. Records: Temescal Canyon 4-0, Palm Desert 4-1.

El Rancho Blue Pride Tournament

Championship
Warren 71, El Rancho 52--No details were available.

Third Place
Alhambra 49, Roosevelt 47-- Marcus Harris scored 11 points and Eric Chung had 10 as the Moors held off a furious fourth-rally rally from Roosevelt to claim a final-round victory. Roosevelt outscored Alhambra, 22-13, in the final period to make it close.

Fifth Place (Consolation Championship)
Hacienda Heights Wilson 66, Santa Fe 46--James Griffin led Wilson to the consolation Championship scoring 13 of his game high 28 in the fourth quarter as the Wildcats outscored Santa Fe 26-9 in the quarter. Griffin (6'-2" Sr. G) hit three threes in the fourth quarter.

Seventh Place
Paramont 60, Montebello 37--No details were available.

Eleventh Place Game
Workman 61, Chino 59--Tjeayi Malone had 16 points and 8 rebounds and Robert White had 12, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, but it wasn't enough for the Chino Cowboys (2-3) in the 11th-place game at the El Rancho Tournament.

Fifteenth Place
Lincoln High 71, Sierra Vista 50--No details were available.

El Segundo Tournament

Semifinal
St. Monica 66, Narbonne 56--Sean Cole scored 19 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and was responsible for both of Narbonne's big men fouling out in thesemifinal. Jamayne Potts added 15 points for the Mariners. Narbonne, which made a solid third-quarter run with a lot of ball pressure, was led by Reggie Simms and Uzoma Mmeje , each with 15 points.

Semifinal
Leuzinger 69, Santa Monica 56
--After scoring just six points in the third quarter, Leuzinger won the fourth, 23-14, to win the semifinal game. Brandon Dixon made three 3-pointers en route to 13 points for Leuzinger (4-3), which plays St. Monica today at El Segundo at 7:30 p.m. Lamont Smith added 11 points and nine rebounds for Leuzinger and Joe Sheppard scored 11. Derrick Clark added seven assists. Santa Monica fell to 2-1.

Consolation Semifinal
West Torrance 55, St. Bernard 54--Jamaal Diwan made two free throws with eight seconds left to lift West. After St. Bernard missed two free throws, West (4-3) ran out the clock and advanced to the consolation finals, where the Warriors will play Sherman Oaks today at 3 p.m. Diwan added 10 points with five assists and Dewayne Holyfield scored a team-high 17 points.

Fifth Place Semifinal
South Torrance 48, Mira Costa 46
--The Spartans (4-3) jumped out to a six-point lead in the first quarter and never trailed, although the Mustangs (4-3) made a third-quarter run, thanks to a press and half-court trap. Matt Peterson had 13 points and 12 rebounds for South, while Clete Albitz also scored 13. Jacob Insler of Mira Costa led all scorers with 17.

Fifth Place Semifinal
Torrance 45, El Segundo 40
-- Sophomore guard Dustin May had all of his game-high 19 points in the second and third quarters, including five 3-pointers, to lead visiting Torrance in the third-round game. Paul Davis had a team-high 10 rebounds and Michael Williams added five assists and five steals for Torrance (4-3), which plays South for fifth place today at 4:30 p.m. Jeremy Hopson scored 14 for El Segundo.

Consolation
LACES 76, Mary Star 59--Junior forward Brian Zuanich scored 15 points and had eight rebounds for the Stars (0-5) in the fourth round of the El Segondo Tournament.Senior guard Jack Kalmeta contributed 17 points. LACES is now 2-3.

Fillmore Tournament

Semifinal
L.A. Baptist 51, Nordhoff 49
--Andrew Petersen's layup with 20 seconds left gave the Knights a semifinal victory at the Fillmore tournament. Petersen scored 15 points and Brian Sanders had 18 points for L.A. Baptist (4-0).    Matt Murphy scored 22 points for Nordhoff (4-2) and Eric Bensley added another 17. Sanders 18, Peterson 15, Madigan 10, Tillman 5, Roth 2, Rice 1. Nordhoff (49) — Murphy 22, Bensley 17, Thomas 3, Gasphard 2, Parziale 2, Stroup 1. LAB--13 13 9  16--51;   N--11 12  10  16--49  Records — L.A. Baptist 4-0, Nordhoff 4-2.

Semifinal
Santa Paula 58, Hillcrest Christian 57
--Ryan Frutos and Luis Rico each had three 3-pointers for Santa Paula (6-1). Frutos finished with 24 points and Rico finished with 14. Santa Paula (58) — Lopez 10, Frutos 24, Rico 14, Mata 10 Hillcrest Christian (57) — Habashy 10, Amit Nat 15, Amirt Nat 10, Hodgkins 22.   SP--12  15  14  17--58;  HC--16  11  16  14--57    3-Point goals — Santa Paula 6 (Frutos 3, Rico 3). Hillcrest 1 (Habashy). Rebounds — Santa Paula 24 (Bustos 6). Assists — Santa Paula 10 (Mata 4). Steals — Santa Paula (Frutos 4).

Consolation
St. Bonaventure 85, West Valley Christian 48
--St. Bonaventure had three players reach double figures in the victory at Fillmore. Chris Saunders tallied a game-high 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Wade DeSmidt had 11 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots while Ryan Dolinar netted 24 for St. Bonaventure (3-3). Clay Hertel dished out 13 assists. West Valley Christian (48) — George 14, Deghi 4, Wilson 14, Mbarker 2, Bell 14. St. Bonaventure (85) — Hertel 5, Araiza 5, Watson 7, Saunders 27, Dolinar 24, Tarin 6, DeSmidt 27. WVC--9  9 21  9--48;  StB--25  20   24  16-85  3-Point goals — West Valley Christian 5 (George 1, Bell 4). St. Bonaventure 3 (Araiza 1, Saunders 1, Dolinar 1). Rebounds — St. Bonaventure (DeSmidt 14). Assists — St. Bonaventure (Hertel 13). Records — St. Bonaventure 3-3.

Consolation
Santa Ynez 53, Filllmore 52--Matt McKinney had a triple-double with 22 points, 13 rebounds and 10 blocked shots as Santa Ynez won a consolation round game against host Fillmore.  The Pirates, 2-2, led the entire way and gave up a 3-point shot at the buzzer. The play St. Bonaventure today at 3 p.m.  SANTA YNEZ--Bratcher 2, Muller 2, Gilmour 7, Wooten 11, McKinney 22, Dreher 4, Billings 5. Totals 19-44 14-20 53.   FILLMORE--Fore 2, Herrera 16, Arroyo 15, Ferrer 6, Cardona 4, Ruiz 1, De la Pieda 4, Murillo 2, Hardley 2. Totals 20 11-14 52. Santa Ynez . . . 13 14 7 19 --53 Fillmore . . . 10 11 9 22 --52 3-point goals--SY (Billings), F 1 (Herrera). Fouled out--none.

Fullerton Tournament

Estancia 54, La Mirada 36--Micah Young scored 25 points to lead the Estancia High boys basketball team to a 54-36 pool play win over La Mirada at the Fullerton Tournament Friday night. Eliasar Maldonado had 13 points. With the win, the Eagles improve to 2-1 and will continue tournament action today. Estancia 17 17 6 14 - 54  La Mirada 8 12 5 11 - 36  Estancia - Maldonado 13, Stoddard 4, Young 25, Prado 2, D. Valbuena 5, K. Valbuena 3, Romero 2, Berame 0, Rodriguez 0, Niles 0.  3 pt. goals - Stoddard 1.  Fouled out - None.  La Mirada - Hoffman 1, Jones 1, Lee 9, Casas 6, McQueen 2, Duarte 2, Oronoz 4, Smith 3, Stokes 2, Torres 6.  3 pt. goals - None. Fouled out - Hoffman.

Savanna 69, Marina 59--Savanna: Butler 11, Woods 16, Weston 16, Wadood 16, Taylor 2, Brown 4, Watson 4.  Marina: Brown 10, Diecidue 7, Nadazdin 16, Lambert 2, Carzarez 2, DeLuca 20.

Fullerton 51, Western 37--No details available.

La Serna 46, Kennedy 45--No details available.

Glendora Tournament

Pool Play
Covina 71, No 9 Brea Olinda 56
--Landon Lewis had 15 points and John Pohlen had 13 for Brea Olinda (2-1), which will play Glendora for the championship today.
The Colts dropped to 2-4.

Pool Play
Charter Oak 70, Blair 65
--The Chargers rallied in the fourth quarter with a 21-14 run to help spark the victory.  Charter Oak's triumph was partly attributed to its success at the free throw line, where it sank 23 of 28 attempts. Josh Baehr's nine rebounds and Sharif Elkhady's nine assists also were crucial contributions. The Chargers won without three of their football players who are in tonight's CIF-SS Division VII title game.  Darryl Strawberry Jr. led the Vikings with a game-high 25 points.

Pool Play
Glendora 76, Baldwin Park 40--no details available.

Half Moon Bay Tournament

Bell-Jeff 71, Crystal Springs University 26--Casey Markovic had 16 points, Tyler Kealey had 10 points and seven assists, and the Guards won a second-round game at the Half Moon Bay tournament. Ryan Johnson and Tony Essa combined for 18 rebounds for Bell-Jeff (3-1), which outscored Crystal Springs University, 52-14, in the second and third quarters.

Hesperia Christian Tournament

Second-Round Consolation
Upland Christian 70,  Academy for Academic Ex 40--Nick Roberds scored 12 of his 17 points in the first half to lead Upland Christian (1-3). The Eagles will play Victor Valley Christian today at 4:30 p.m. at Hesperia Christian School.

La Quinta Aztec Tournament

Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 68, Los Amigos 61--Senior forward Bryan Silkey had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead the Eagles (6-1) in the semifinal game. The Eagles will play Bellflower St. John Bosco in the final tonight.

Santa Ana Valley 56, Corona Del Mar 50-- Valley stayed outside and hit 10 three-point shots, five by David Werdel, who led all scorers with 19 points. Eric Snell led CdM with 16 points, and Charlie Alshuler chipped in with 12 points. CdM falls to 1-3.  Corona del Mar 14 10 12 14 - 50  Santa Ana Valley 17 17 13 9 - 56 Corona del Mar - Shahangian 2, Richardson 2, Alshuler 12, K. Mancillas 2. Snell 16, Brewster 16, Glass 0, Bowlus 0.  3-pt. goals - Snell 2. Fouled out - none. Santa Ana Valley - Torres 5, Flores 7, Oregel 13, Gonzalez 5, Rogers 7, Werdel 19 3-pt. goals - Werdel 5, Torres 1, Flores 1, Oregel 1, Gonzalez 1, Rogers 1  Fouled out - none.

St. John Bosco 77, Huntington Beach 44--no details available.

Los Alamitos Tournament

Mayfair 50, Muir 40-- Mayfair, currently ranked No. 5 in Southern California by Cal-Hi Sports, beat Muir, 50-40  in pool play at the Los Alamitos Tournament. Muir managed to stay close in the first half, but then Josh Childress took over, finishing with 23 points. Childress' one-handed rebound dunk finished a 19-5 run as Mayfair took a 22-point fourth-quarter lead. The Mustangs scored the game's final 12 points, six each from Joseph Frazier and Devon Thomas. Frazier led Muir with 11 points. Childress also had 10 rebounds.

Third place
Verbum Dei 60, Long Beach Millikan 49--no details available.

Pool Play
LB Jordan 55, Los Alamitos 50--Jordan: Grigsby 6, Estrada 7, D. Banks 3, Massey 4, R. Banks 13, Salima 10, Williams 2, Hill 10.  Los Al: courtemarche 6, Whalley 3, Lohman 5, Martini 6, Yarger 8, Rakusin 24.

Pacific Hills 63, Lakewood 51--no details available.

Montclair Prep Tournament
Finals
Buckley 84, AGBU 30--Colin Ward-Henninger (6'-4" Sr. G/F) had 31 points, 12 rebounds and six steals for the Griffins (5-1) and David Gale (6'-0" Jr. PG) had 13 points, 9 assists and 6 steals to lead the Griffins to a third place win. Vhan Saltakian finished with 11 pints for the Titans (3-4).  Buckley: Clancy 7, Wolf 4, Scannell 2, Ward-Henninger 31, Gale 13, Brar 3, Broukhim 9, Keywanfar 5, Weaver 3, Seisa 3, Snaidero 4; AGBU: Kahadourian 7, Haroutunian 2, Tegelicain 10, Satakian 11, Tamrazian 0, Bergoudian 2, Ashekian 7.  AGBU:  11  8  8  12--39; Buckley 17 17 22   28--84.

Fifth Place
Kilpatrick 75, San Gabriel 73
--Keilon Fortune scored 36 points, including 20 in the first half, to help the Mustangs win gthe fifth place game.  Javier Dena had 16 pointsfor Kilpatrick.  San Gabriel--Tien 12, Tran 23, Goodwin 2, Lai 1, Canizal 21, Avila 14; Kilpatrick--Fortne 36, Lacoste 5, Taylor 1, Ezell 4, Dena 16, Townsend 7, Colon 4. San Gabriel--18  11  13  31--73,  Kilpatrick--20  18  21   16--75.

Ninth Place
Pasadena Marshall 71, AV Christian 40--Marshall was led by senior point guard Hassan Moody who had 20 points. Harvester Haynes had 14 and Chris Lumkin 11, Harris 16, Strings 2, Brown 2, Cuppen 2.  AVC was led by Jamal Flanagan who finished with 26 points.

Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Tournament

El Toro 68, Fallbrook 39--Chris Parish had 15 points, Ashkan Nazeri 12 and Matt Green had 10 points and eight rebounds for El Toro (5-0). The Chargers play in the championship today against Newport Harbor at Vanguard University.

Newport Harbor 69, Moreno Valley Rancho Verde 39--Tony Melum scored 24 points for the Sailors (6-0), who led, 40-23, at the half. Steve Young added nine points and 11 rebounds and Aaron Yarnell scored 15 points for Newport Harbor. Newport Harbor led 40-23 at halftime and cruised to a 69-39 victory over Rancho Verde in the last round of pool play in the Bill Reynold's Classic at Newport Harbor. Leading 18-10 after the first quarter, the Sailors opened up their offense by knocking down three-pointers in the second. Harbor consistently beat Rancho Verde's (3-2) zone defense. The Tars went 5-for-8 from behind the three-point line as they went on a 11-2 run to begin the quarter. Harbor's Tony Melum, finished with 24 points and seven rebounds and hit two three-pointers in the second quarter. Aaron Yarnal had 15 points,   Erik Peterson had 10 and Steve Young  9.  Rancho Verde's JS Nash who signed with Oregon State this fall, did not play. Rancho Verde 10 13 8 8 - 39 Newport Harbor 18 22 14 15 - 69   Rancho Verde - A. Singfield 3, Baker 6, Brown 6, Rivera 6, Walker 14, Bukle 2, M. Singfield 2. 3-pt. goals - Walker 1. Fouled out - None. Technicals - None. Newport Harbor - Cameron 3, Perrine 6, Peterson 10, Young 9, Yarnal 15, Melum 24, Diefenbach 2. 3-pt. goals - Melum 3, Yarnal 3, Young 2, Peterson 2, Cameron 1. Fouled out - None. Technicals - None.

La Sierra 57, Edison 56 --The Chargers had a 10-point advantage at the end of the third quarter, but scored only eight points in the fourth. Everet Rincon hit a three-pointer in the last five seconds for La Sierra. Evert Rincon hit a three-pointer with four seconds to play as Riverside La Sierra overcame a five-point halftime deficit to advance to the fifth-place game of the Reynolds Tournament at Newport Harbor High. Rincon led La Sierra with 18 points. Huntington Beach Edison's Matt Gonzales led all scorers with 26, including five three-pointers. LA SIERRA (57) -- Cryder 7, Rincon 18, Johnson 0, Bondon 4, Midgett 13, Smith 12, Bock 3.  EDISON (56) -- Roquremore 8, Gonzales 26, Furniss 4, SuMin 5, McCarter 4, Braun 9. Halftime score -- Edison 28-23. Three-point goals -- Cryder, Smith, Rincon 3, Roquremore, Gonzales 5, Braun, McCarter. Total fouls -- La Sierra 16, Edison 14. Fouled out -- none.   Records: La Sierra 3-4.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Championship Semifinal
Redondo Union 62, Ocean View 52
--Dijon Thompson scored 23 points Friday, and Adam Zahn had 21 leading Redondo Beach Redondo Union to a 62-52 victory over fourth-ranked Ocean View in the semifinals of the Ocean View Tournament of Champions.  Marques Crane had 17 points, Torin Beeler had 13 and Casey Ortiz had 12 for Ocean View (3-1), which plays Pasadena for third place. Redondo Union (5-0) will play Mater Dei for the championship.
Ocean View and Redondo Union were evenly matched for the first three quarters, but Redondo outscored Ocean View 15-7 in the fourth quarter to advance. Redondo (6-1) will play Mater Dei at 7:30 p.m. at Ocean View. The score was tied at half and Redondo was up by two after three quarters, but the Sea Hawks earned the victory by outscoring Ocean View in the fourth quarter, 15-7. Zahn collected 14 rebounds and Thompson and junior Paul Meynen each pulled down 11. Thompson and Keith Ellison each had seven assists   Redondo--Topps 2, Ellison 6, Thompson 23, Zahn 21, White 6, Meynen 4; OV --Hatch 2, Ortiz 12, Wurts 4, Clarke 2, Crane 17, Beeler 13, Smith 2. Red.--12 12 23 15--62; OV   12  12  21  7--52. Fouled Out: Beeler; Technical: Zahn.   Redondo 5-0; OV 3-1.

Championship Semifinal
Mater Dei 73, Pasadena 39
--Travis Gabler scored 14 points, including four three-pointers for Mater Dei (4-0). Cedric Bozeman and Harrison Schaen each added 12 points.
Mater Dei, ranked No. 1 in California and among the nation's top five, was again without the services of  Cal signee Jamal Sampson (6'-11" Sr. C).   Pasadena had its hands full with Mater Dei's deep bench falling behind by 19 at the half.   Harrison Schaen (6'-8" So. F) controlled the middle, scoring all 12 of his points in the game's first 10 minutes. The Bulldogs managed to score a bit in the thirdas two jump shots by Ian Solemani helped cut Pasadena's deficit to 16. But Mater Dei was never challenged, putting the game away with 13 consecutive points, including two 3-point plays by UCLA signee Cedric Bozeman (6'-5" Sr. PG/SG). Pas-- rice 3, Munn 6, Muller5, Eubanks 8, Miller 5, Clark 4, Solimani 8. MD--Strawberry 10, Nelson 6, Michel 3, Porter 8, Bozeman 12, Washington 2. Gabler 14, Delgado 6, Schaen 12.  Pas--5 9 9 15--39;  MD--19  17 20 17--73. MD-4-0

Fifth Place Semifinal
Ontario 59, Santa Barbara 43
-- The Jaguars cruised to an easy victory in the fifth-place semifinal of the Ocean View Tournament of Champions.     Ontario (2-2), led by Cameron Munoz with 18 points and David Stepney with 10 points and four rebounds, will play in today's fifth-place championship game against Compton Centennial.  Ontario will play for fifth place today at 4:30 p.m. against Compton Centennial. Santa Barbara High struggled with its ball control committing 29 turnovers in 64 possessions. Trey Putnam led the Dons, 4-3, with 14 points and nine rebounds. Brandon Duke added eight points on 3-3 shooting. Santa Barbara concludes TOC play at 1:30 p.m. against Morningside. Michigan signee Dommanic Ingerson, suspended the last three games, is expected to return for that game. SANTA BARBARA -- Putnam 14, Koester 4, Waterman 1, DeRose 5, Bogan 5, Burrus 4, Duke 8, Given 2. Totals 15 12-20 43. ONTARIO -- Rasheed 8, Mack 3, Munoz 18, Stephey 12, Mitchell 7, Alhacliff 4, Kenney 4, Dunn 3. Totals 25 5-7 59.  SBHS . . . 7 15 9 12 -- 43 Ontario . . . 18 18 11 12 -- 59  3-point goals--SB 1 (DeRose), O 6 (Munoz 4, Mitchell Mack). Fouled out--none.|

Pasadena Poly Tournament

Semifinal
colorado Springs Chr. 75, Pasadena Poly 54--Matt Sargeant led Poly in the losing effort with a team high 20 ponts. Kevin Kawachi 10, Matt Robbins 2, Marshall Duncan 10, Allen Fox 4, Chris Bateman 4, Justin Segal 4. Colorado Chr: Tye Amendt 8, Eric Haynie 2, Delbert Young 21, Johnny Merrit 2, Brian Lohry 17, Garrick Stryker 11, Justin Myers 14.   Poly fell to 1-2 overall.

Maranatha 52, La Salle 50--Maranatha jumped to a 10 point lead by the end of the first quarter, 18-8, held off La Salle in the end in a championship semifinal at the Pasadena Poly Tournament on Friday.  The Minutemen will face Colorado Springs Christian in today's title game at 4:30 p.m.  Senior David Newkirk poured in a game-high 25 points on 12-of-17 shooting for Maranatha to complement his game-high 14 rebounds. Junior Steve Ford came up big off the bench to pull down three key rebounds with the game on the line in the fourth quarter. He also chipped in with a clutch free throw down the stretch. The Lancers were led offensively by Julian Harmon's 17 points; Anthony Napolitano had 13.

San Marino 66, St. Margarets 43--no details available.

Riverside Kiwanis Tournament

Championship Semifinal
A.B. Miller 72, Norco 40
--The Rebels (5-0) turned a tight game at the half into a runaway in advancing to the championship game of the Kiwanis Tournament.  Miller was led by Jacob Ramirez and Malcolm Taylor, who each racked up 17 points. The Rebels play in the championship game tonight at 8.
Miller will face the winner of the Arlington/Redlands game in the championship today at 8 p.m. at Arlington High School, while the loser of that game will play Norco for third place.

Consolation Semifinal
Ramona 72, Riverside Poly 68
--Houston Downey scored 22 points to help Riverside Ramona defeat Riverside Poly in a consolation semifinal at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. RAMONA (72) -- Henry 20, Lewis 3, Downey 22, Carr 12, Fletcher 10, Alex 5. RIVERSIDE POLY (68) -- Rangel 2, Tyson 2, Rennesen 5, Salazar 4, Lopez 4, Wood 32, Russel 14, Vonault 5. Halftime score -- Ramona 31-30. Three-point goals -- Henry, Downey 3, Fletcher 2, Salazar, Wood 6.. Total fouls -- Ramona 15, Riverside Poly 27. Fouled out -- Salazar, Tyson. Technical foul -- Fletcher. Records: Ramona 4-4, Riverside Poly 4-2.

Consolation Semifinal
Rubidoux 75, Apple Valley 66
-- Rubidoux's Rolando Murcio had five three-pointers and 27 points, and Jomar Owens had 16 points, 10 rebounds and six assists in the consolation semifinals of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. RUBIDOUX (75) -- Williams 12, Owens 16, Walker 10, Murcio 27, Hemmings 5, Metters 2, Davis 3.  APPLE VALLEY (66) -- Holden 19, Moore 4, Leapupe 4, Origel 18, Murray 10, Wilkes 9, Sipes 2. Halftime score -- Rubidoux 33-26. Three-point goals -- Williams, Murcio 5, Holden, Wilkes 2, Origel 4. Total fouls -- Rubidoux 13, Apple Valley 18. Fouled out -- Murray.   Records: Rubidoux 5-3.

Consolation Bracket Game
Yucaipa 64, Norte Vista 55
-- Yucaipa won a consolation bracket game at the Kiwanis Tournament.NORTE VISTA (55) -- Hanley 25, W.Horn 5, Edwards 6, Grisby 2, J.Horn 2, Askins 13, Flvash 2.  YUCAIPA (64) -- Simmons 18, King 7, Louis 6, Watkins 2, Price 5, Orr 10, Brown 5, Renich 9. Halftime score -- Yucaipa 24-28. Three-point goals -- Hanley 4, Askins 2, King, Price, Orr 2. Total fouls -- Norte Vista 22, Yucaipa 18. Fouled out -- J. Horn, Brown.  Records: Yucaipa 1-3, Riverside Norte Vista 0-5.

Consolation Bracket Game
La Quinta 61, Banning 56
--George Gutierrez had three free throws near the end of the game to seal La Quinta's victory in the consolation round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Gutierrez finished with a game-high 28 points.  Records: La Quinta is 4-1.  LA QUINTA (61) -- Gutierrez 28, Murguia 2, St. Angelo 14, Marrujo 13, Aceves 4.   BANNING (56) -- Stokes 3, Harris 2, Malone 20, Johnson 2, McDade 0, Foster 6, Floyd 5, Williams 18. Halftime score -- La Quinta 37-24. Three-point goals -- St. Angelo 2, Williams 2, Flyod. Total fouls -- Banning 15, La Quinta 15. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Banning team. 

San Dimas Tournament

Championship
San Dimas 73, Don Lugo 36--Tournament MVP Jason Greenlee scored 26 points as San Dimas rolled to a 73-36 victory in the championship game of the San Dimas Tournament. The Conquistadores were just three-for-22 from the field in the second half, all by Andy Galindo. Don Lugo went scoreless for six minutes in the third quarter. Small hit four three-pointers to finish with 16 points and Chris Greenwade added 10. Galindo led the Conquistadores (3-3) with 15 points.

Third Place Game
Damien 67, Diamond Bar 53 -- Led by Aaron Garcia, who scored 33 points (15 in the second quarter), Damien (3-2)  held off Diamond Bar 67-53 Friday night to earn third place in the San Dimas Tournament.  Damien had 12 three pointers in the game, and Garcia had seven of them. Ralph David added 16 points and Adam Buffum pulled down 12 rebounds. Mark Jecman led Diamond Bar with 16 points.

Fifth Place Game (Consolation Championship)
Bonita 54, Alta Loma 49 -- Bonita used a late surge to overcome Alta Loma 54-49 and take fifth place in the San Dimas Tournament on Friday. The game was tied 46-46 with 3:15 left in the game, but two Braves turnovers led to back-to-back 3-pointers by Kyle Johnson and Mike Clark. Alta Loma (1-4) fell behind by six points after the first quarter, but climbed back to a one-point lead at the half after scoring 21 points in the second period. Chris Dean led the Bearcats (2-2) with 14 points and six rebounds, Johnson finished with 13 points and Justin Miller pulled down 10 rebounds (seven offensive) to go with his eight points. For the Braves, Sean Moore led the way with 12 points and nine rebounds and Yosef Yaisreal added 11 points and six rebounds.

Garey 60, Northview 46 -- The Vikings defeated Northview in the last-place game of the San Dimas Tournament. Garey was led by Jermaine Alexander with 14 points and Tony Worthams with 13.

Silver Valley Tournament

Big Bear 60, Pahrump Valley (NV) 51--no details available.

Temecula Valley Golden Bears Classic

Rosamond 53, Paloma Valley 37 -- In its first game for new coach Mike Young, Menifee Paloma Valley was outscored 19-9 in the first quarter at the Golden Bear Classic.  Paloma Valley senior center Chuck Schroder led all scorers with 17 points. ROSAMOND (53) -- Morroe 10, Tunnell 5, Cooper 3, Godfrey 4, Murray 4, Hunsakor 5, Harris 12, Kees 10.  PALOMA VALLEY (37) -- Fajardo 6, Mejia 5, McNulty 7, Occhnino 2, Schroder 17.  Halftime score -- Rosamond 29-22. Three-point goals -- Morroe 3, Tunnell, Cooper, Hunsakor, Fajardo 2, Mejia. Total fouls -- Rosamond 10, Paloma Valley 20. Fouled out -- Murray, Fajardo. Technical foul -- Murray. Records: Paloma Valley 0-4

Thousand Oaks Tournament

Semifinal
Newbury Park 59, Thousand Oaks 53
--Adam Carlson scored 27 points and Aaron Bobik added 14 to power Newbury Park High past Thousand Oaks, 59-53, on Friday night and into the championship game of the Thousand Oaks tournament. The Panthers (5-2) play Crespi for the title tonight at Thousand Oaks High. Kyle Kegley had 16 points and Ben Olson overcame foul trouble to score 13 for Thousand Oaks (2-1). Newbury Park (59) — Carlson 27, Bobik 12, Garza 7, Randall 6, Meru 5, Walker 2. Thousand Oaks (53) — Kegley 16, Olson 13, Anderson 7, Milhalsky 6, Rex 2, Myers 5, Arrechea 2, Handios 2. NP--12  10  18 19--59;  TO-10  13  13  17--53  3-Point field goals — Newbury Park 5 (Garza 1, Bobik 1, Randall 1, Meru 1, Carlson 1). Thousand Oaks 2 (Kegley 1, Anderson 1). Fouled out — Meru (NP). Records — Newbury Park 5-2, Thousand Oaks 2-1.

Semifinal
Crespi 67, Lompoc 54--Kingsley Anyanwa had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the Celts.   Andrew Moore had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Charlie Shiebler had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Crespi (5-1).

Consolation
Oxnard 74, Harvard-Westlake 64
-- Nick Curtis scored a double-double with 15 points and 14 boards to lead Oxnard (5-2). Oxnard's Shamir Simmons recorded a game-high 18 points and Jonathan Monette added 14. Harvard-Westlake (64) — Scott 6, Weinstein 12, Taylor 8, Gilman 5, Weinberger 4, Matthies 2, Coffey 3, Weizenburg 11, Chong 11. Oxnard (74) — Abair 2, Davis 2, Webb 10, Parker 13, Monette 14, Curtis 15, Simmons 18. HW--15  10  21  18--64;  Oxnard 15  20   18  21--74  3-Point goals — Harvard-Westlake 4 (Weizenberg 2, Coffey 1, Weinstein 1). Rebounds — Oxnard (Curtis 14). Assists — Oxnard (Davis 9). Records — Harvard-Westlake 2-2, Oxnard 5-2.

Consolation
Channel Islands 47, Oak Park 40
--Brian Long scored a team-high 14 points for Channel Islands (3-3) in the victory at Thousand Oaks. Grant Smith led Oak Park (0-4) with 16 points. Channel Islands (47) — Berrelleza 9, Gagliardo 2, Solis 6, Morten 5, Baier 7, Tamayo 4, Long 14. Oak Park (40) — Adams 6, Murphy 9, G. Smith 16, N. Smith 3, Jensen 6. CI--11 12  8  16--47;  OP--14  17  6   3--40  3-Point goals — Channel Islands 1 (Berrelleza). Records — Channel Islands 3-3, Oak Park 0-4.

Grant 71, Highland 63-- Mike Charleston had 19 as did Grant's DeWayne Anderson, and Gino Riney had 13 points and 10 assists, as the Lancers (2-1) bveat Highland in a consolation round game. Gary Stevenson had 18 for Highland which fell to 2-6 on the season. 

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament

Valley Christian 44, Garden Grove 31--no details available.

Whitney 59, Norwalk 47--no details available.

Woodcrest Christian Invitational

Sherman Indian 64, Calvary Chapel Murrieta Valley 57--Although tied at halftime, Riverside Sherman Indian pulled away in the third quarter. Murrieta Calvary Chapel started to come back in the fourth, but couldn't catch Sherman in the Woodcrest Invitational. MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (57) -- Wilkerson 15, Evans 15, Birchall 13, Ludwig 0, Privett 8, Gausepohl 6. SHERMAN INDIAN (64) -- Spoonhunter 29, Pina 15, Nez 16, Key 0, Flores 2, Perez 2. Halftime score -- 23-23. Three-point goals -- Evans, Birchall 3, Pina 3, Nez 4, Spoonhunter. Total fouls -- Calvary Chapel 18, Sherman Indian 12. Fouled out -- none. Records: Murrieta Calvary Chapel 3-2.

Riverside King 101, San Jacinto 72-- Marvin Lea had a game-high 35 points to help Riverside King to its first 100-plus-point game and a victory in the semifinals of the Woodcrest Invitational. Leon Rosborough added 25 points for King. San Jacinto's Michael Frasier had a team-high 31 points.  Records: King 3-0, San Jacinto 2-2. KING (101) -- Arabaye 3, Lea 35, Riley 2, Goodman 4, Ellis 12, Thomas 7, Rosborough 25, Tjaden 1, Doss 12. SAN JACINTO (72) -- Luna 3, Dugiud 20, Medina 4, Padilla 10, Frasier 31, Sullivan 4.  Halftime score -- King 49-30. Three-point goals -- Lea 2, Rosborough 3, Goodman, Dugiud 3, Padilla Frasier 3. Total fouls -- King 20, San Jacinto 21. Fouled out -- Padilla.

City & Southern Section Non League Game Details-- Friday 12/8/00

City Section

Venice 79, Foshay 60
Los Angeles 72, Reseda 62

Soutnern Section

Aliso Niguel 55, Dana Hills 49--no details were available.

Arrowhead Christian 69,  Riverside Christian 53-- Redlands Arrowhead Christian jumped to a 26-6 lead in the first quarter and kept control for a non-league victory. Adam Dohner scored a game-high 31 points for Arrowhead Christian. Riverside Christian was led by Michael Vargas' 14 points.ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (69) -- Becerra 10, N. Goltry 7, Eritt 0, Dohner 31, Breckly 4, Cloud 4, Carter 2, Greene 6, J. Goltry 3, Beaman 2. RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (53) -- Ayres 11, Chiado 2, Williams 6, Vargas 14, Bowles 2, Manning 13, Martin 5. Halftime score -- Arrowhead Christian 39-26. Three-point goals -- Vargas 4, Becerra 2, Dohner 3. Total fouls -- Arrowhead Christian 28, Riverside Christian 19. Fouled out -- Williams, Bowles, N. Goltry, Breckly. Technical foul -- Williams. Records: Arrowhead Christian 1-0. Riverside Christian 0-2.

Bishop Diego 68, Laguna Blanca 37--Jason Renick and Pat Minehan scored 17 points and Matt Korsan had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds as Bishop beat visiting Laguna in a non-league game. Marcus Brown added six points and nine rebounds for Bishop, 3-2.  Laguna, 3-2, was led by Andy Nelson with 14 points and 12 rebounds. LAGUNA BLANCA--Dorfman 2, Wicks 7, Jeffrey 4, Lewis 2, Scott 6, Nelson 14, Kaufman 2. Totals 13 10-18 37. BISHOP DIEGO--Um 2, Renick 17, Jahangir 6, Perez 4, Minehan 17, Brown 6, Korsan 10, Cavaletto 6. Totals 29 3-4 68.  Bishop Diego . . . 5 12 6 14--37  Laguna Blanca . . . 22 12 26 8--68  3-point goals--LB 1 (Scott), BD 7 (Minehan 3, Cavaletto 2, Renick 2). Fouled out--none.

Burroughs Ridgecrest 55, Palmdale 48--no details available.

Capistrano Valley 62, Esperanza 51--Jeff Gloger scored a game-high 15 points and Matt Sweany and Jake Franz each added 10 to lead the Cougars (1-0) over the Aztecs (2-4).

Carpinteria 50, Cate 42--Ernie Lopez scored 15 points, including a key 3-pointer in the fourth quarter, as Carpinteria beat Cate Friday night Carpinteria is now 1-4 with the win. CARPINTERIA--E. Lopez 15, Savoy 6, Bright 9, Bra. Zoldo 4, J. Lopez 5, Bre. Zoldos 5, Aguilar 2, Lamar 4. Total 50. CATE--Banner 5, Mack 12, Altman 3, Nagano 9, Hackleman 3, McCammack 4, Hsim 6. Total 42. Cate . . . 8 9 10- 15--42 Carpinteria . . . 12 9 13 16 -- 50 3-point goals--Carp 4 (E. Lopez 3, J. Lopez). Fouled out--none.

Chadwick 96, St. Anthony 61--Peter McCaslin scored 28 points to pace host Chadwick (3-3). Teammate Michael Reich had 22 points, while Brian Bohlinger added 16.  Chadwick: Barrett 3, Bolinger 14, Fornier 9, Gleason 13, McCaslin 28, Mikolakopules 1, Radeski 2, Reich 21, Smith 4. St. Anthony: Arizabel 18, Brown 20, Camarilo 1, Cerino 6, Dominguez 5, Gandia 2, Taliauli 7, Watson 2.

Chaparral 66, Santiago 37--no details were available.

Costa Mesa 57, Westminster 52--Chad Vakili had 18 points, including four three-pointers to lead the Costa Mesa High boys basketball team to a 57-52 nonleague win over visiting Westminster Friday night. David Conte had 7 points and 10 assists; Mike Payne had eight points, 12 rebounds and five blocked shots for Costa Mesa (4-2). Westminster 10 18 9 15 - 52 Costa Mesa 13 19 16 9 - 57 Westminster - Miranda 17, Diebel 2, Graham 10, Lacey 6, Villegas 11, Marinca 6. 3 pt. goals - Miranda 4, Villegas 2  Fouled out - None    Costa Mesa - Conte 7, Krikorian 0, Gandia 3, Whittaker 11, Vakili 18, Clark 10, Payne 8, Millward 0.    3 pt. goals - Vakili 4, Whittaker 3, Gandia 1  Fouled out - None.

Coutin 47, Pilibos 33--no details were available.

Crescenta Valley 67, Burroughs 47--James Jenkins scored 19 of his 27 points in the second half and Chris Tarne had 17 points for the Falcons (7-0) in a nonleague victory at Crescenta Valley.  CV--Goffredo 5, Tarne 17, Kang 4 and 9 rebounds, Jenkins 27 and 4 blocks, Jula 3, von Shmausen 3, Pari 8 and 11 rebounds; Burroughs--Torres 8, Anderson 3, Dominguez 2, Paysinger 5, Pozo 2, Hitt 1, Jarbo 26.  Burroughs 14  10  12  11--47;  CV 12  23  16   16--67. 

Eisenhower 68, Etiwanda 61-- Etiwanda fought back to force a tie with less than five minutes remaining but Eisenhower proved to be too tough in the nonleague game. Jacob Johnson had 16 points and Nate Dowd and Jon Boyd each finished with 14. Sean Marshall scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to help Rialto Eisenhower defeat Etiwanda in a non-league game. ETIWANDA (61) -- Johnson 17, N. Dowd 14, Boyd 13, Flax 5, Beck 4, Houtz 4, Shadwick 2, J. Dowd 2.  EISENHOWER (68) -- Marshall 20, Acker 12, Sams 8, Dukes 8, Lewis 6, Sheilds 4, Rouzan 2, Hart 8.   Halftime score -- Eisenhower 34-31. Three-point goals -- Marshall, Acker, Flax, Boyd. Total fouls -- Etiwanda 15, Eisenhower 17. Records: Eisenhower 3-0

El Dorado 62, Magnolia 48--Nick Lehnert had 16 points, David Patten had 15 and Mike Wulff had eight points and 14 rebounds for host El Dorado (4-1).  The Sentinals dropped to 2-4.

Granite Hills 62, Indio 38--GRANITE HILLS (62) -- Mitchell 12, Tasker 8, Maloney 4, Danny Lee 14, Kiamco 6, Sapp 1, Lay 9, Parkman 8.  INDIO (38) -- Roberson 0, Haynes 0, Lopez 2, Nieto 3, Martinez 2, King 16, Cruz 5, Isaacson 10. Halftime score -- Granite Hills 34-19. Three-point goals -- Cruz, Tasker 2, Lay 2. Total fouls -- Granite Hills 22, Indio, 11. Fouled out -- none. Technical foul -- Kiamco.  Records: Apple Valley Granite Hills 4-2, Indio 2-4.

Horizon 60, Orange Lutheran 55 --no details were available.

La Verne Lutheran 82, Ambassador Christian 39--Michael Lee scored 26 points, Ryan Cumberland had 17 and Brandon Theus supplied 13 points and six assists in the Trojans' (1-2) rout. La Verne Lutheran took a 28-4 lead after the first quarter and finished the game with nine three-pointers. Jose Guzman paced the Dawgs with 18 points.  John Harmon pulled down 12 boards and Brandon Theus added 13 points and seven assists.

Le Lycee 63, New Roads 56--no details were available.

Mission Viejo 66, Fontana 57--Travis Niesen scored 25 points while Engstrom had 14, and villanueva 13 gto lead Mission Viejo past Fontana.  Corey McJimson had 13, Okebor had 15, Gipson 5, Gallardo 3, Williams 11, Mancha 7, and Duran 3.

Mountain View 55, La Puente 46--The Vikings overcame a dismal first quarter to beat La Puente.   Trailing 17-5 after the first period, Mountain View turned to sharpshooter Thang Vo, who finished with a game-high 19 points. Vo made 7 of 9 field-goal attempts, including three 3 pointers.

Northwood 52, Laguna Hills 41--no details were available.

Price 81, Masada 16--no details were available.

Rosemead 66, Duarte 56--no details were available.

San Bernardino 57, Hemet 44--Walter White scored a game-high 25 points to help San Bernardino defeat Hemet in a non-league game. HEMET (44) -- Griffin 3, Draine 12, Martinez 3, Crane 3, Masiel 2, Smith 2, Boyd 13, Padgett 6. SAN BERNARDINO (57) -- Thaxton 11, Nonnette 2, Caldwell 2, Tidwell 4, Evans 2, White 25, Daniels 5, Stotts 3, Palmore 2, Johnson 1.  Halftime score -- San Bernardino 25-21. Three-point goals -- Draine, Martinez, Crane, Boyd 3, Thaxton 3, White 3. Total fouls -- Hemet 17, San Bernardino 17. Fouled out -- Crane. Technical foul -- Crane. Records: San Bernardino 4-1.

Santa Margarita 73, Long Beach Wilson 32--Lenny Collins scored 17 points to lead the host Eagles over the Bruins. Adam Tancredi added 11 points and six rebounds for Santa Margarita (5-0).

Santa Maria St. Joseph 61, Righetti 51--Ryan Smith had 27 points and 12 rebounds as the Knights improved to 2-3.

Sonora 71, Servite 58--LaRence Knight had 16 points, Marcellus Robertson 15 and Robert Abreu had 13 points for visiting Sonora.

South Pasadena 42, Hoover 34--Senior point guard Abe Apraku scored 17 points and had five assists, and teammate Curtis Crosbie had 11 rebounds as the Tigers emerged victorious.

Sunny Hills 61, John Glenn 49--Clay Carmody scored 17 points and Adam Castillo added 14 to lead the Lancers (4-1) over the Eagles (2-1).

Valencia (Placentia) 49, Troy 31--Hugo Hernandez and Jesse Jackson each scored nine points as the Tigers defeated the Warriors (3-3).

Westview 74, Skyward Christian 39--Westview improved to 4-1 with the win as K. Johnson scored 28, Eisenoff 165, Teegaurden 16. Skyward was led by Torres with 19.

Windward 54, Highland Hall 24--no details were available.

Woodbridge 61, Foothill 60--Sophomore Chris Boldig made a basket and converted a foul shot in the closing seconds to give the Warriors the victory at at Foothill High. Tashaan Forehan-Kelly scored 30 points for Woodbridge (4-2), which rallied from a 31-23 halftime deficit. Chad Bigler scored 27 points for Foothill (3-3).

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