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

Wow, we're really late with this stuff, but with all the crap we had to go through on Sunday to get the message board finally fixed and up and running, followed by yet more work to catch up on when we got to the office on Monday, it was all we could do to get this posted by late Tuesday night. . . but once again, better late than never, and thank goodness Monday was a slow game day (not much happening). . . .We know these scores 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- Saturday 12/9/00

Arroyo Tournament

Championship Game
Monrovia 59, Los Altos 55
--The Wildcats return only one starting senior this season, but that didn't stop them from picking up the championship in the Arroyo tournament Saturday night behind a strong performance from Tournament MVP Bryant Markson, who scored a game-high 21 points. Los Altos dropped to 4-1 with the loss, and picked up 15 points from Brett Campbell, 9 in the first half.  Josh Allen scored 10 of his 13 points in the second half for Los Altos.

Third Place
La Canada 73, Nogales 49--Jordan Ballard finished with a team-high 23 points as the Spartans rolled to a surprisingly easy victory.

Fifth Place
Bishop Amat 58,West Covina 56--details not available.

Consolation
Montclair 73, Bell Gardens--Milton Stanley hit a 3-pointer with four seconds left to give Montclair a one-point lead Saturday in a 73-70 victory over Bell Gardens in the consolation championship of the Arroyo Tournament. The Cavaliers had a 13-point, third-quarter lead, but found themselves trailing by two with 12 seconds remaining in the game. After two missed free throws by the Pacers, Demetrius Walk attempted to drive in for a layup but was forced to kick the ball out to Stanley for the game-winner. On the ensuing possession, Bell Gardens turned the ball over and immediately fouled Xavier Abraham, who hit both free throws to ice the game for Montclair. Stanley, a senior guard, was 5-of-6 from 3-point range in scoring a team-high 21 points. Abraham scored 16 points and Brian Schaar chipped in nine points and six assists for the Cavaliers. Walk and Stanley were both selected for the All-Tournament team

Consolation
Whittier 59, Keppel 41--The Cardinals rode the three-pronged scoring attack of Anthony Guzman, Mike Hernandez and Travanti Ross to a double-digit lead in the first half en route to the final-round victory. Guzman topped the scoring column with 17 points, and Hernandez and Ross chipped in with 14 and 11 points, respectively. Whittier (2-4) opened up a 37-24 advantage by halftime and never relinquished the lead.

Beverly Hills Tournament

Championship
Palisades 52, Washington 39--details not available.

Third Place
Peninsula 72, Ventura 43
--details not available.

Fifth Place
Hart 62, Hollywood 61--details not available.

Seventh Place
Daniel Murphy 73, Birmingham 51--details not available

Consolation
Buena 67, Hamilton 57--David Fisher (Maccabi 97-99), scored 24 points in the losing effort by Hamilton, and led all scorers in the game. Matt Cotton shot 8 for 14, and finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Canyon Canyon Country Tournament

Championship Game
Notre Dame 78, Canyon 60
-- Cody Pearson scored 33 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead Notre Dame High to a 78-60 victory over Canyon in the championship game of the Canyon boys' basketball tournament Saturday night.  Pearson, the tournament's most valuable player, scored 13 points in the third quarter, including a layup that put Notre Dame (4-0) ahead, 52-38. He made 13 of 15 free throws.  Matt Nelsen scored 23 points for the Cowboys (5-3) and Jeremy Haggerty had 16 points and seven rebounds.

Third Place
Quartz Hill 78, Antelope Valley 49--Quarts Hill improved to 6-2 with the win, while AV dropped to 3-5.

Fifth Place
Granada Hills 66, San Fernando 52--Granada Hills improved to 4-4 with the win.  

Desert Cities Classic Tournament

Championship Game
Temescal Canyon 62, Cathedral City 49-- For Cathedral City, Thomas Shewmake scored 12 points and Gerald DeVance added 11 as the Lions move to 4-1.Temescal Canyon stays unbeaten at 5-0.Temescal Canyon's Kris Maxey had 20 points and 11 rebounds. Kris Maxey, Daniel Zarbock and Joe Roberson were all-tournament.CATHEDRAL CITY (49) -- Devance 11, Heredia 5, Otteson 6, Lambert 3, Gray 6, Shewmake 12, Matthews 6. TEMESCAL CANYON (62) -- Roberson 11, Wing 10, Cleary 4, Maxey 20, Zarbok 9, Ellenwood 2, Kelly 2, Peterson 4.  Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 31-20. Three-point goals -- Devance, Heredia, Matthews 2. Total fouls -- Cathedral City 19, Temescal Canyon 20. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Peterson. Records: Cathedral City 4-1, Temescal Canyon 5-0.

Third Place
Palm Desert 58, Barstow 39--  The Aztecs erased a 24-20 halftime deficit with some strong defense from Aki Sator. Palm Desert outrebounded Barstow, 42-23, then pulled away in the second half shooting with a 38-15 advantage. Junior Donald Brady poured in a career-best 26 points to lead Palm Desert (5-1). Sophomore Dione Harris chipped in 14 points with 12 rebounds. Sophomore Jimmy Bohm added eight points to go with eight
rebounds. Brad Smith contributed with six points.

Fifth Place
Beaumont 51, Redlands East Valley 50--Reuben Mitchell grabbed 12 rebounds and had a game-high 16 points to help Beaumont defeat Redlands East Valley in the fifth-place game at the Desert-City Winter Classic at Cathedral CityBEAUMONT (51) -- Small 2, Mitchell 16, Koumparis 8, Mendoza 11, Hackney 2, Curtis 8, Ramos 4. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (50) -- Moore 4, Rogers 6, Pickett 2, Moses 9, Brarelton 8, Duncan 4, Johnson 6, Lyles 8, Cooke 3.   Halftime score -- Beaumont 35-26. Three-point goals -- Koumparis 2, Curtis, Rogers, Moses 3. Total fouls -- Beaumont 18, Redlands East Valley 20. Fouled out -- Brarelton. Technical fouls -- Cooke. .Records: Beaumont 4-4. 

Serrano 55, Central 51-- details not available

All-Tournament Team

Chris Moses   Redlands East Valley
Ray Mitchell   Beaumont
John Barron   Barstow
Dione Harris   Palm Desert
Josh Zazulia   Palm Desret
Brandon Gray   Cathedral City
Gerald DeVance   Cathedral City
Joe Roberson   Temescal Canyon
Chris Maxey   Temescal Canyon
Dan Zarbok   Temescal Canyon

El Capitan Tournament
Pool play
Murrieta Valley 72, Granite Hills 52

El Segundo Tournament

Championship
Leuzinger 84, St. Monica 65--

Third Place
Stnata Monica 70, Narbonne 58

Fifth Place
South Torrance 58, Torrance 55

Consolation Championship
West Torrance 43, Sherman Oaks CES 27

Consolation Games
Mira Costa 59, El Segundo 54
St. Bernard 91, Salesian 51
North Torrance 70, Mary Star 31

Fillmore Tournamnent

Championship
LA Baptist 59, Santa Paula 52--Andrew Peterson was named the MVP of the tournament and finished with 12 points.  LAB was led by Sanders with 23, and improved to 5-0 on the season. Santa Paula drops to 6-2.

Third Place
Nordhoff 51, GH Hillcrest Christian 50--Nordhoff improves to 5-2, while HC is 1-2 with the loss.

Consolation Championship
St. Bonaventure 67, Santa Ynez 53
--St. Bonaventure 67, Santa Ynez 53: Junior Matt McKinney scored 17, but only two in the second half as the Pirates, 2-3, struggled against the Seraphs' zone. St. Bonaventure finished the game 23-of-29 from the line while the Pirates were 4-of-5.  Chris Saunders made four three pointers but was held scoreless in the fourth quarter by a box-and-one defense.  Clay Hertel picked up the slack by making eight of ten free throws in the quarter to finish with 12 of 15 in th equarter for the Seraphs, who blocked 16 shots.  ST. BONAVENTURE -- Hertel 14, Araiza 5, Watson 6, Sanders 23, Dohmor 2, Train 11 Desmit 6. SANTA YNEZ -- Bratcher 5, Wooten 9, McKinney 17, Dreher 5, Alegria 2, Billings 15. St. Bonaventure . . . 20 16 14 17 -- 67 Santa Ynez . . . 11 17 10 15 -- 53 ; 3-point goals -- SB Sanders 4, Ariza 1, Train 1. SY (Billings 1, Dreher 1, Bratcher 1). Total fouls -- SB 9, SY 23. Technicals -- none

Fullerton Darren Oliver Tournament

Championship Game
La Serna 72, Fullerton 64 (OT)--After La Serna's Jason Koza made a three-pointer with 4.6 seconds left in overtime, Fullerton couldn't inbound the ball in time and turned it over. Richard Perretta then made a layup at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, where Koza scored eight of his 22 points.  Virgil Bobar had 20 points and 11 rebounds and Jack Thompson scored 15 of his 19 points on three-pointers for the host Indians (6-2).
La Serna outscored Fullerton 14-6 in the extra period. Anthony Martinez was another spark for the Lancers by scoring 17 points. Joey Duran had 12 points for La Serna, which remains unbeaten at 6-0.

Third Place
Kennedy 62, Estancia 50--Rhema McKnight scored 19 points and Robert Reyes had 16 for Kennedy (5-3), which led, 33-24, at the half.

Fifth Place
Western 55, Savanna 53

Seventh place
La Mirada 51, Marina 47--Brandt Allen-Blaine, usually a reserve, finished with a team-high 14 points as the Matadores erased a one-point halftime deficit en route to victory. Allen-Blaine earned the rare start when starting forward Lance Lee came down with the flu. La Mirada (1-3) also had Matthew Casas and Charlie Torres score 10 points apiece.

Glendora Tournament (#1)

Championship Game
Glendora 78, Brea Olinda 72--With the score tied 60-60 in the fourth quarter, the Tartans went on a 10-0 run to go ahead 70-60 with just over a minute to play. The Wildcats closed the gap to 70-64. But Michael Mehanna, who made the all-tournament team, made six of eight free throws in the final minute for Glendora. With 40 seconds to play, a 3-point attempt by Ryan Moore went in and out to give Glendora the win.Spencer Foster, named to the all-tournament team, scored 21 points to lead the Tartans. Tournament MVP Kyle Bechler had 20 points for Glendora. 

Third Place
Charter Oak 70, South Hills 57

Fifth place
Blair 70, Baldwin Park 61 (OT)--Douglas Ealy had a team-high 21 points as the Vikings (2-3) emerged victorious in overtime.

Seventh Place
Covina 65, Bassett 45

Half Moon Bay Tournament

Fifth Place
Bell Jeff 69, Sequoia 48--Casey Markovic scored 35 points and pulled down 9 rebounds, making 5 of 6 three point attempts.  Tyler Kealey had 6 ponits and 8 assists, Andy Bunner 16 points and 8 boards, Romel Cabrera 6, Johnson 4 and 11 rebounds, Pedraja 2.  Bell Jeff improved to 4-2.

Hesperia Christian Tournament

Upland Christan 64, Victor Valley Christian 61--Nick Roberds scored 21 points and Jake Garcia added 17 as the Eagles won the consolation championship and improved to 2-3 on the season.

Joshua Tree National Park Classic

Championship
West Shores 61, Joshua Springs 44
--Danny Saldana scored a triple-double and was selected as All-Tournament MVP, leading West Shores to a championship victory in the Joshua Tree National Park Classic. It was the first tournament championship in the school's 18 year history. Saldana finished with 24 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds. He and Amado Santiago earned all-tournament honors. Santiago finished with 15 points in the title game Saturday.

Other Games:

Third Place
Owens Valley 64, Cornerstone Christian 56

Fifth Place
Calvary Chapel Redlands 109, Pacific Christian 40

Seventh Place
Christian Center (Colton) 57, Lake Arrowhead Christian 57-48

La Quinta Aztec Tournament

Championship Game
Calvary Chapel 58, St. John Bosco 46--Tournament MVP Bryan Filke had 19 points and eight rebounds, Tony Olivas scored 17 points and Isaiah
Barney had 15 points for the Eagles (7-1). 

Third Place
Los Amigos 64, Huntington Beach 59--Peter Vu made 10 of 11 free throws and scored 20 points to lead Los Amigos (3-3). Vu scored 99 points in four
tournament games.

Fifth Place
Irvine 57, Santa Ana Valley 52

Seventh Place
Buena Park 52, Corona del Mar 49--Zach Barker made a three-point shot at the buzzer to lift the Coyotes (4-4) in the seventh-place game. Eugene Ikahi had 17 points for the Coyotes. Eric Snell scored 17 points for Corona del Mar (1-4).

Consolation
Saddleback 48, La Quinta 43

La Quinta 61, Santa Ana 54 (OT)

Los Alamitos Tournament

Championship Game
Mayfair 60, Verbum Dei 47
--Josh Childress scored 24 points and 6 rebounds to helf the Monsoons (5-0) to the win. 

Third Place
Muir 80, Long Beach Jordan 51--Rashawn Childs and Josh Estrada each scored 8 in the Panthers' (4-4) loss to the Mustangs.

Fifth Place
Millikan 42, Pacific Hills 40--Sophomore guard Marcus Dove was selected to the all-tournament team after scoring 10 points in the Rams' (2-2) win over the Pac Hills Bruins (3-2).

Montclair Prep Tournament

Championship Game
Agoura 58, Yeshiva 38-- Agoura improved to 8-0, and picked up their second straight tournament win (the prior one was the Burbank-Hoover Tournament title, where they beat Pasadena Marshall in the finals, a team which lost to Buckley in the first round of this tournament.  Agoura trailed at the half to Liberty League's Yeshiva, a school with less than 200 students, and this was one former Maccabi player (Adam Allegro, who has signed with Navy, and won a Gold Medal at the Seattle Games) who scored 20, defeating another Maccabi player's team (Abey Malkin of Yeshiva, an All-CIF transfer from Valley Torah, who won a Gold Medal this past summer for LA).  Agoura was also led by Johnny Gray with 14 ;points, Cornwell with 10 and 11 rebounds, Campbell 2, Spaulding 3, and 6 assists, and 5 steals, and Jeff Delson (Maccabi Gold Medal '99 for LA, New Jersey) with 2.   Yeshiva was led by Kenny Pollak with 10, Seth Dorfman 8, Malkin 7, Issacs 7, Gabbai 4.  Scoring by quarters:  Agoura--9  14  16  19--58;   Yeshiva 14  13  3  8--38.  The game was originally scheduled for Friday night (due to Montclair Prep's participation in the CIF Finals in football, a game they lost to Paraclete), but in view of the Jewish sabbath, the game was switched to Saturday night.

Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic

Championship Game
El Toro 53, Newport Harbor 41--Tournament MVP Matt Green had 16 points and 12 rebounds and Ashkan Nazeri had 13 points and five assists for El Toro (6-0), ranked sixth in the county. Sophomore Will Brown added seven points and seven rebounds for the Chargers, who outscored Newport Harbor in the second half, 24-16.  Tony Melum scored a team-high 20 points for Newport Harbor (5-1).

Third Place
Fountain Valley 61, Riverside La Sierra 54--Forward Matt Ball had 16 points and six rebounds and guard Tucker Fendon had 13 points for Fountain Valley(4-1).  FOUNTAIN VALLEY (61) -- Torres 4, Fendon 12, Clark 4, Lee 2, Early 1, Rossi 1, Ball 17, Dailey 9, Guernsey 5, Wheatley 4, Edmunds 2. LA SIERRA (54) -- Rincon 19, Johnson 1, Midgett 4, Biggs 2, Smith 28.  Halftime score -- Fountain Valley 28-16. Three-point goals -- Fendon, Clark, Rincon 5, Smith 3. Total fouls -- Fountain Valley 11, La Sierra 17. Fouled out -- none. Records: La Sierra 4-4

Seventh Place
Calabasas 58, Edison 54--Adam Malatesta had 15, Saunders 16, S. Saunders 6, Justin Fenchel 5, Holm 10, Buford 4, and Ahmadian 2 for Calabasas which improved ot 2-5 with the win.

Consolation
Fallbrook 54, Rancho Verde 25--details not available.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Championship Game
Mater Dei 92, Redondo Union 68--UCLA-signee Cedric Bozeman (6'-5" Sr. PG/SG) was named the tournament's most valuable player, finishing with a team-high 29 points on 13-22 shooting from the field.  Teammate Jamal Sampson (6'-11" Sr. C) who is bound for Cal, scored 18 points, coming back from a three game injury layoff, and he also tallied 12 rebounds and 7 blocked shots.   Mater Dei's Travis Gabler (6'-3" Sr. SG) also finished with 18 points.

Third Place
Ocean View 69, Pasadena 47--Ocean View's Marques Crane (6'-4" Sr. SG) scored 24 of his 28 points in the first half for the Seahawks (3-1).

Seventh Place
Morningside 49, Santa Barbara 42
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Dommanic Ingerson returned to Santa Barbara's lineup but the Dons were off the mark offensively and fell to Morningside in their final game at the Ocean View Tournament of Champions. Trey Putnam had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead the Dons, 4-5. Ingerson, suspended for the week after a double-technical tirade in a game last week, scored 13 points on 5-for-21 shooting. The Michigan-bound senior had been averaging 30 points. SANTA BARBARA -- Putnam 17, Ingerson 13, Waterman 3, DeRose 3, Russell 3, Bogan 1, Duke 2. Totals 16 9-14 42.  MORNINGSIDE -- Campbell 2, Odiakosa 11, Foster 2, Waller 11, Payne 13, Brisco 10. Totals 23 2-5 49. Santa Barbara . . . 9 9 8 16-- 42 Morningside . . . 14 12 9 14--49 3-point goals--SB 1 (Ingerson), M 1 (Payne). Fouled out--none.|

Consolation
Serra 49, Perris 45
--Perris's Jason Zimmer had 19 points and 19 rebounds against Gardena Serra in the Oceanview Tournament of Champions consolation round.SERRA (49) -- D. Prince 4, Jeter 16, Asbury 11, Wade 6, Williams 4, McNeil 8.  PERRIS (45) -- Zimmer 19, Hunter 2, Miller 13, Johnson 5, Gordon 4, Ndukwe 2. Halftime score -- Serra 27-22. Three-point goals -- Jeter 2, Asbury 3. Total fouls -- Serra 16, Perris, 12. Fouled out -- D. Prince. Records: Perris 4-5.

Consolation
Cajon 67, Compton 49--Donovan Morris scored a game high 35 points to lead the Cowboys past the Tarbabes (4-4) in the consolation championship game. Marquis Washington (Fr. G) scored 27 points consisting of 9 three pointers, for Compton.

Pasadena Poly Tournament

Championship
Colorado Springs Christian 66, Maranatha 42--Despite another sensational effort by David Newkirk (24 points and 13 rebounds), the Minutemen were unable to avoid losing to Colorado's small schools powerhouse.

Third Place
La Salle 73, Pasadena Poly 52

Seventh Place
St. Margaret's 88, Southwestern 33

Ribet Tournament

Championship
Price 50, New Roads 35

Riverside Kiwanis Tournament

Third place
Arlington 55, Norco 43--Arlington's Kenyuan Christie had 11 rebounds and 12 points, and Adam Aguirre had 7 steals in the Kiwanis Tournament third-place game.NORCO (43) -- Bond 1, Smith 16, Loop 0, Reyes 2, Burghgraes 6, Graves 2, Ogunylk 2, Black 9, Erickson 5. RIVERSIDE ARLINGTON (55) -- Simon 8, Glover 2, McCalister 17, Aguirre 4, Christie 12, Pittman 2, Acosta 5, Willman 5. Halftime score -- Arlington 32-23. Three-point goals -- Smith 2, Black, Simon 2, Acosta. Total fouls -- Norco 17, Arlington 20. Fouled out -- Glover. Technical fouls -- Aguirre.  Records: Norco 4-2, Arlington 4-2

Fifth place
La Quinta 100, Kaiser 55 -- George Gutierrez scored a game-high 37 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to help La Quinta defeat Fontana Kaiser in the fifth-place game of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Gutierrez was named to the all-tournament team.
Daniel Martinez pumped in 21 points with eight assists, while Paul St. Angelo scored 13 points KAISER (55) -- Williams 2, Actzo 12, Fajakda 5, Wade 9, Smith 19, Davidson 1.  LA QUINTA (100) -- Gutierrez 37, Moreno 9, Matthews 2, Martinez 21, St. Angelo 13, Marrujo 10, Aceves 8. Halftime score -- La Quinta 49-26. Three-point goals -- Gutierrez, Moreno, Martinez 3, St. Angelo, Smith 2. Total fouls -- Kaiser 16, La Quinta 13. Fouled out -- none.  Records: La Quinta 5-1.

Consolation Championship
Rubidoux 64, Ramona 56-- Jamar Owens scored 25 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to help Rubidoux defeat Riverside Ramona in the final round of consolation play at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. RAMONA (56) -- Henry 6, Lewis 7, Downey 10, Carr 14, Fletcher 11, Alex 8.  RUBIDOUX (64) -- Meadors 2, Williams 4, Jackson 3, Owens 25, Walker 3, Murcio 20, Hemmings 7. Halftime score -- 25-25. Three-point goals -- Downey, Fletcher, Murcio 3. Total fouls -- Ramona 10, Rubidoux 11. Fouled out -- none. Records: Rubidoux 6-3.

Consolation Game
Riverside Poly 69, Apple Valley 53 --Jackson Wood and Lloyd Russell combined for 35 points as Riverside Poly won a Kiwanis Tournament consolation round game. Wood made the all-tournament team, scoring in double figures each game.RIVERSIDE POLY (69) -- Rangel 11, Parry 2, Tyson 5, Ranneisen 6, Salazar 3, Lopez 4, Wood 17, Russell 18, Vanalt 3. APPLE VALLEY (53) -- Holden 20, Logan 2, Moore 11, Ovigel 10, Murray 10. Halftime score -- Riverside Poly 39-29. Three-point goals -- Rangel 3, Tyson, Salazar, Wood 3, Holden, Moore, Ovigel 2. Total fouls -- Riverside Poly 13, Apple Valley 8. Fouled out -- none.   Records: Riverside Poly 4-2

Rialto-Eisenhower Classic Tournament

Rialto 54, Valley View 50 --

Eisenhower 75,  San Gorgonio 51 --Johnny Dukes had 23 points, nine rebounds, and five blocks to lead Rialto Eisenhower, which won all four games in the Eisenhower-Rialto tournament in pool play. Alex Acker added 16 points. Eisenhower scored 10 consecutive points to start the fourth quarter and took a 61-39 lead midway through the final period.SAN GORGONIO (51) -- Dowdy 14, Buckingham 10, Harris 11, Houston 8, Winters 4, Lewis 2, Shermon 2.  EISENHOWER (75) -- Dukes 23, Acker 16, Lewis 11, Sams 6, Hart 5, Marshall 1, Shields 6, Nelson 4, Rouzan 3.  Halftime score -- Eisenhower 31-24. Three-point goals -- Harris, Acker 2, Nelson, Rouzan. Total fouls -- San Gorgonio 21, Eisenhower 15. Fouled out -- Dowdy. Technical fouls -- none.    Records: Eisenhower 5-0.

Silver Valley Invitational
Third Place
Twentynine Palms 61, Silver Valley 60 (OT)

Temecula Valley Golden Bear Classic

Championship
Valley Center 62, Elsinore 44

Fifth place
Paloma Valley 53, Escondido Calvin Christian 48

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament

Championship Game
Newbury Park 57, Crespi 49--Chris Randall scored 11 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter, and the Panthers (6-2) won the Thousand Oaks
tournament.  Randall also had 11 rebounds. Adam Carlson of Newbury Park scored 12 points and was selected the tournament's most valuable player.
Aaron Bobik of Newbury Park was selected all-tournament.  Andrew Moore led Crespi (5-2) with 15 points. Kingsley Anyawna and Charlie
Shiebler of Crespi were selected all-tournament. 

Third Place
Thousand Oaks 96, Lompoc 61--Kyle Kegley made six three-pointers, finishing with 30 points, and the Lancers (3-1) won the third-place game of the Thousand Oaks tournament.

Ninth Place
Oak Park 57, Highland 52--details not available.

Consolation Championship
Oxnard 71, Channel Islands 41--Channel Islands went o-17 from the field in the second quarter, while Oxnard scored 16 to take a 37-20 lead into the locker room at the half. Nich Curtis had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Simmons 17, Lee Abair 6,  Webb 11, Davis 5 and 7 assists.

Grant 84, Harvard-Westlake 53--Mike Charleston had 15 points and 13 rebounds for Grant, while DeWayne Anderson scored 25 ponits, Bernard had 14, Gino Riney had 13 and 9 assists, Robinson 4, and Scharf 9, as the Lancers (3-1) beat the Wolverines, to drop H-W below .500 at 2-3.  Harvart Westlake scoring was:   Coffey 9, chun g 6, Gillman 4, Weinstein 11, Scott 7, Taylor 7, Wizenberg 3, Weinberger 6.  Grant--22  19  22  21--84;  HW--11  19   8  13--53.

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament

Third Place
Anaheim 54, Garden Grove 48--Quinn Hawking scored 24 points, Chasin Mitchell had 16 and Brandon Clark added 10 for the Colonists (4-4). Chad St. Clair had 12 points and Paul Guzman 11 for Garden Grove. 

Consolation Championship
Whitney 65, Brentwood 61--Senior guard Gary Polk scored 15 points and was named to the all-tournament team as the Wildcats (3-3) defeated the Eagles (2-4) to capture the consolation championship.

Consolation
Rancho Alamitos 55, Norwalk 45

Woodcrest Christian Tournament

Championship
Riverside MLK 63, Woodcrest Christian 25-- Marvin Lea had 32 points to lead Riverside King to victory in the Woodcrest Christian Invitational championship game. Lea, who had 35 points Friday, was named the tournament's MVP. Woodcrest Christian was led by Kevin Carpenter with 11 rebounds and 13 points. Woodcrest Christian had its lowest point total in 10 years being 0-11 from the field in the 4th.KING (63) -- Lea 32, Arabaye 1, Riley 3, Goodman 10, Thomas 2, Rosborough 11, Tjaden 2, Doss 2. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (25) -- Carpenter 13, Musich 7, Reyes 3, Burdett 1, Pool 1.  Halftime score -- ML King 31-14. Three-point goals -- Lea 2, Riley, Goodman 2, Reyes. Total fouls -- ML King 14, Woodcrest Christian 14. Fouled out -- Carpenter. Records: King 4-0, Woodcrest Christian 4-2.

Third Place
Desert Christian 55, San Jacinto 46--Desert Christian took third place in The Woodcrest Classic in Riverside. Andrew Brattrud scored 24 to lead the Conquerors, while Tim Smith scored 14 and Josh Johnson added 11. The Conquerors outscored San Jacinto 23-8 in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

Consolation Championship
Webb 51, Riverside Sherman Indian 32 --Details not available.

Seventh Place
Bethel Christian 67, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 56--Riverside Bethel Christian allowed only 10 points in the first half to defeat Murrieta Calvary Chapel in the final round of the Woodcrest Tournament. Murrieta Calvary Chapel outscored Bethel Christian 27-5 in the third quarter.MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (56) -- Birchall 19, Wilkerson 9, Evans 16, Privett 4, Ludwig 2, Gausepohl 6 BETHEL CHRISTIAN (67) -- Heiligier 23, Wilson 23, James 2, Kux 12, Love 1, Senesf 4, Monigomery 2.  Halftime score -- Bethel Christian 40-10. Three-point goals -- Evans 3, Birchall 5, Wilkerson, Privett, Heiliger, Wilson 3, Kux 2. Total fouls -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 17, Bethel Christian 18. Fouled out -- Evans.Records: Murrieta Calvary Chapel 3-3.

Southern Section Games--Non-League --12/9/00

Century 62, Santiago 44--Ruben Pineda scored 14 points and Chris Ferretti had 13 and 10 rebounds for Century (3-3), which led, 22-8, after the first quarter. Alex Puente led Santiago with 12 points.

Laguna Hills 68, Trabuco Hills 53--Laguna Hills made eight three-pointers, including three each by Jeff Sherman (17 points) and Marc Dimick (15 points). Chris Lee led the Hawks (5-2) with 19 points. Aaron Tudor scored 17 points for Trabuco Hills (3-3).

Calvary Chapel Downey 75, Schurr 66--Tim Drisdom had another high scoring game, this time racking up 33 points, while teammate Johnathan James had 22 as the Grizzlies (5-0) cruised over th eSpartans.

Fremont 70, Compton 40--details not available.

Servite 66, Sonora 44--details not available.

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