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Game Scores and Details From
Monday 12/11/00--(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.  

Tournament Scores- Monday 12/11/00

El Dorado Gary Raya Classic Tournament

Aliso Niguel 68, Orange 34--Brandon Sievers had 21 points and Ricky Ebel had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Aliso Niguel (3-1) in its pool-play game. Anthony Neal led Orange (0-6) with 13 points.

El Dorado 51, Warren 47 --Kyle Miller made two free throws with 17 seconds remaining and Evan Bull made one with two seconds left to put the game away for El Dorado (5-1) at Corona High. Evan Bull had 10 for the Golden Hawks. Jimmy Shull scored 14 points and ;Julian Assibey had 12 losgin to El Dorado.  The Warren Bears are now 4-2.  For El Dorado, David Patten had 14

Diamond Ranch 71, La Mirada 60--Daniel Knott scored 17 points.  Aaron Williams added 12 points and Mike Criscione had 11 for Diamond
Ranch (3-0), which plays Orange on Wednesday in the next round of pool play.

Glendora Tournament #2

Los Altos 67, Duarte 54--LA 13  17  22  15--67; Duarte--8   15  18  14--55; LA Darren Miyamoto 8, Brett Campbell 12, Josh Allen 20, Ryan McMath 8, Brandon Rogers 6, Dylan Rogers 9, Andy Lee 2, Anthony Garcia 2; Duarte (55)--Hanzah El Amin 8, Ray Rogers 15, Randall Greene 6, Alonzo Miller 15, Alton Preston 11. Los Altos 5-1, Duarte 1-2.

Claremont 73, Rowland 50--Claremont scored eight three-pointers in the first half, as the unbeaten Wolfpack grabbed a 31-6 advantage after one quarter. Sean Terrell had 14 points and six assists, Shaddean Aaron scored 18 points and Micah Lombard added 16 points and eight rebounds. Claremont plays Redlands on Wednesday.

Glendora 78, Arroyo 41--Kyle Bechler, who was named tournament MVP while leading the Tartans to the championship of last week's Glendora tournament, paced his team with a game-high 20 points. Larry Monroe added 15 for Glendora (5-1).  Kevin Zhang, with 15 points, was the only player in double figures for the Knights.

Los Altos 67, Duarte 55--Los Altos won the fourth of it's first five games on Monday by picking up a win over Duarte in the first round of the 22nd Glendora Holiday Tournament (it's tournament #2, since there was one last week, won by Glendora). Los Altos lost to Monrovia on Saturday in the finals of the Arroyo Tournamnent, and was led by Josh Allen with a game-high 20 points. Brett Campbell had 12 points. Darren Miyamoto and Ryan McMath.
each had 8. Duarte falls to 1-2 with the loss.

Redlands 64, Riverside Poly 63-- Getting a career-high 28 points, 12 rebounds and six blocked shots from senior Alex Graham, the Terriers opened with a 64-63 win over the Bears. Graham went up against a 6-foot-11 center from Riverside Poly, Lloyd Russell, who scored a team high 21 points for the Bears. Redlands (5-1) was coming off its only loss of the season in Saturday night's Arlington-Riverside Kiwanis Tournament finals, 77-57, to A.B. Miller. Against Poly, senior point guard Shannon MacKenzie had 14 points. Bryan Roberts added 10. The Terriers (5-1) will face the winner of the Claremont-Rowland game, which Genung figures will be Claremont on Wednesday at Glendora.

North Orange County Championships

Bellflower 79, Ganesha 61--Senior guard Justin Allen scored 20 points, a game high, and had 6 assists for the Bucaneers (4-1) as they outscored Ganesha 49-18 in the second and third quarters.  Jacory Bradford finished with 12, and Ruben Castro had 10 for Bellflower.

California 71, Damien 67-- The Spartans could not recover from a 25-8 deficit after the first quarter, despite outscoring the Condors in each of the last three quarters.  David Shellman had a game-high 22 points for California (4-2). Ruben Anchando had 21 and Josh Oltjenbruns had 14.  Kevin Clark scored 21 points to lead Damien, while Aaron Garcia had 18 and Ralph David contributed 12. The Spartans (3-3), however could not complete the comeback.

Downey 67, Santiago 33--David Nguyen and Charlie Carter had eight points each for Santiago (0-5), which trailed, 36-9, at halftime. Steve Topete had 12 points to lead Downey (2-3). 

El Modena 53, Santa Ana 52--Jerard Rabb and Nathan Armstrong had 12 points each for El Modena. Brandon McGee led all scorers with 22 points for Santa Ana.

La Habra 69, Montclair 55--Tristen Gadberry, playing in his first game in five outings due to a back injury, scored scored a game-high 32 points to lead the Highlanders (3-4) over the Cavaliers (3-4) in a first-round game in the Sonora Tournament. Carver Kennerson added 10 points with 12 rebounds for the Highlanders. Gadberry connected on five three-pointers for the Highlanders (3-3). La Habra scoring: sims 2, Hernandez 5, Kennerson 10, McShane 3, Rizo 3, Gadberry 32, Magana 6, McDonough 8..  Montclair scoring: Walk 21, Stanley 14, Fields 2, Jenkins 2, Fregoso 4, Robins 3, Candelo 6, Abraham 5.   LH--15  22  13  19--69;  Montclair--7  19  14   15--55.

Laguna Hills 57, Whittier Christian 34--Chris Lee had 16 points to pace Laguna Hills, which led, 34-14, at halftime. LH--Vollenhals 7, Sherman 8, Lee 16, Dimick 9, Stelling 4, Brown 2, Williams 7, Donat 4.  Whittier C--Payne 10, Albeanu 4, Underwood 6, Torres 6, Johnson 8;  LH--20  14  19  4--57;  WC   11  3  8  12--34. 

Los Amigos 55, Don Lugo 50--Peter Vu went 11-for-11 from the free-throw line and had 32 points and 13 rebounds to lead the way for Los Amigos (4-3). The Lobos had a big advantage from the free-throw line, going 16-for-22. Don Lugo (3-4) made just three of seven.  Andy Galindo scored 19 points and Garet Hill 14 but the Conquistadores lost anyway.  Los Amigos scoring:  Smith 4, Ja Nanthavong 11, Jo. Nanthavong 5, Calero 4, Perez 1, Vu 30.  Don Lugo scoring:  Amaya 1, Deserian 2, Galindo 17, Plutko 6, Hill 16, Sayder 4, Asafo-Agye 4.

Long Beach Wilson 52, Corona del Mar 48--Idean Shahangian had 20 points and Kevin Mancillas and Eric Snell had nine points each for Corona del Mar. Corona del Mar fell to 1-5 with the loss. Jeff Terry hit four free throws in the final 40 seconds to lead the Bruins (4-3) to the win, finishing with 11 points in the game.   Quishawn Harrell scored 18 points. Corona del Mar 6 17 13 12 - 48   Long Beach Wilson 9 10 20 13 - 52  Corona del Mar - Shahangian 18, Alshuler 5, K. Mancillas 9, Snell 9, Glass 3, Marston 4, Richardson 0, Brewster 0. 3-pt. goals - K. Mancillas 3, Shahangian 2, Snell 1, Glass 1. Fouled out - Brewster.  Long Beach Wilson - Jakarri 13, Terry 11, Malone 4, Quishwan 16, Fletcher 8. 3-pt. goals - Jakarri 2, Terry 1 Fouled out - none.

Millikan 62, Paramount 51--Rodney Spencert scored 13 and led three other teammates in double figures. Keith Moore had 12, Dominic Freeman and Matt Raitz had 11 each for Millikan (3-2).

Sonora 62, Whittier 53--Robert Abreu had 18 points and Jake Tredo had 13 for Sonora. The Raiders led, 32-23, at halftime.

St. Paul 51, Valley Christian Cerritos 50--With 13 seconds remaining, James Samarin made a shot to give the Swordsmen (4-0) the win over the Crusaders (4-2).   St. Paul's Dontay Holloway led all scorers with 21, including shooting 11-11 from the free throw line. Rudy Serna had 12.  VC was led by Nate Brink with 20 and 7 boards, matt Lovingier and Bill Swain who combined for 24 and 17 rebounds.

Sunny Hills 62, Savanna 48--SH scoring: Campanelli 1, Carmody 16, Castillo 4, Gaonzalez 16, Nguyn 1, Rivera 12, Shaw 12;  Savanna scoring: Smith 9, Hersi 3, Woods, 6, Weston 5, Wadood 17, Taylor 2, Brown 2, Watson 1, Quezada 3.

Valencia 57, Glenn 45--Emanuel Ortega connected on four three-pointers and finished with 15 points for Valencia (5-3). Scott Briggs added 12 points for the Tigers, who led, 39-25, at halftime.Conrad 12, Moore 10, Garcia 14, Floores 4, Jones 5;   Valencia scoring: Hernandez 7, Briggs 12, Jackson 2, Jones 11, Ortega 15, Nguyen 4, Franklin 6.

Westminster 56, San Pedro 51--Malik Rahh had 15 for San Pedro and Derrick Evans had 11 and 10 rebounds.  Teammate Glen Bullard scored 10 points. San Pedro is now 3-5.

Western Christian 65, Troy 58--Western Christian outscored Troy, 43-29, in the second half to wipe out a five-point halftime deficit. Kevin Dalafu led Troy with 18 points. Amit Palta added 12. Earnest Chin scored a game-high 19 points for Western Christian in the first-round game. Western Christian scoring:  S. Chin 4, E. Chin 19, Booher 7, Miester 7, Lokar 15, Allison 7;  Troy scoring--Charda 2, Tre. Hardeman 4, Tra. Hardeman 3, Gilkes 11, Dalafu 18, Baird 6, Palta 12, Chu 2. WC--14   8  24  19--65;  Troy 11  18  19  10--58. 

Tarbut v' Torah Gelman Hoop Classic

First Round
Fairmont 85, Zinsmeyer 33--Fairmont scoring:  Washington 21, Pastrono 5, Shu 19, Lynn 6, Chang 11, Malik 6, Alijiliani 2, Pham 2, Friedman 6, Wang 7; Zinsmeyer scoring: Browning 2, Stevens 8, forbes 4, miller 10, Lacey 9.

Tarbut v' Torah 74, Liberty Christian 48--TBT scoring: Noam Dashti 22, hahn 6, Abel 6, IKeith 30, S. Eghbali 5, Ni. Dashti 3, Burnett 2;  LC scoring: Bond 2, Spagnola 4, Doney 8, Burda 8, Sanchez 2, Sasaki 2, Huie 1, Francis 21.

Troy Tournament

St. Paul 51, Valley Christian Cerritos 50--High School stayed undefeated with a 51-50 victory over Valley Christian on Monday in the first round of the Troy boys basketball tournament.  Dontay Holloway had a game-high 21 points to lead the Swordsmen (4-0). Rudy Serna had 12. Nathan Brink scored 19 points for Valley Christian.  St. Paul held a 33-19 lead at halftime.

City Section Games--Non-League --12/11/00

Chatsworth 85, Van Nuys 56--Shayne Berry had 22 points, six assists and four steals to lead the Chancellors in a nonleague victory at Chatsworth.
Brandon Robinson had 20 points, 10 rebounds and four steals for Chatsworth (4-2), which led, 44-24, at halftime.

Southern Section Games--Non-League --12/11/00

AGBU 49, Lighthouse Christian 28--Details not available.

Bell-Jeff 58, Flintridge Prep 55--Connor O'Byrne hit five three pointers to finish with 15 points, and freshman Tim Mercer had 17 for Flintridge Prep but it wasn't enough to overcome Casey Markovic's 18 points as Bell-Jeff won the non-league game. Flintridge Prep fell to 3-1, while Bell Jeff improved to 5-2. Bell-Jeff 17 10 20 11 -- 58  Flintridge Prep 10 18 15 12 -- 55   BELL-JEFF -- Kealey 9, Markovic 18, Cabrera 10, Bunning 5, Johnson 8 and 12 rebounds, Essa 4, Natoriani 2, Chavez 2.  Three-pointers: Kealey. Markovic.   FLINTRIDGE PREP -- Young 8, O'Byrne 15, Mercer 17, Strand 11 and 10 rebounds, Phelps 4.  Three-pointers: O'Byrne 5. Strand.

Moorpark 66, Oak Park 52--Greg Estandia had 12 points and Andrew Carter had 10 for the Musketeers in a nonleague victory at Moorpark.Oak Park: B. Smith 3, Sn Smith 3, G. Smith 3, Liu 1, Adams 13, Murphy 13, Frank 2, Crelin 3, Jensen 11.  Moorpark--Kauffmann 8, S. Fortman 3, Carter 10, Adibvadeh 4, Ceja 6, Russ 8, Estandia 12, Tormos 6, Sharpe 9; Records: OP 1-5, Moorpark 5-0.  OP--11 16  9   16--52;  Moorpark--12  17  17  18--66 3-Point goals — Oak Park 6 (Jensen 3, B. Smith 1, G. Smith 1, Cellin 1). Moorpark 3 (Kauffman 1, Fortman 1, Russ 1). Rebounds — Moorpark (Estandia 7, Kauffman 7). Records — Moorpark 5-0.

Orange Lutheran 68, Saddleback 43--Junior Marc Troyer had game-highs in points (17) and rebounds (16) for host Orange Lutheran (3-2).

San Gabriel Academy 80, Newbury Park Adventist 53--details not available.

Saugus 74, Glendale 61--Guerrero 23, Van Patten 13, Karibyan 14, Daroni 8, Nicolas 8, Abed 1; Saugus--Holmquist 9 and 10 assists, Dahl 4, Choi 10, Sayer 6, Krough 29, Borrelli 2, Muszalski 9, 8 rebounds, Valle 6; Saugus 3-3

Trabuco Hills 79, Canyon 77--John Baggerly hit two free throws with three seconds remaining to seal the win for visiting Trabuco Hills (4-3). James Webster scored a game-high 24 points and had 10 rebounds and John Kupper added 18 points for the Mustangs. 

Tustin 53, Los Angeles Salesian 49--Tustin jumped out to an 18-0 lead and held on for the win. Chris Barrett, Kyle Hall and Duane Nix scored 10 points each for the host Tillers (1-4).

St. Genevieve 65, LA Lutheran 52--details not available.

First Lutheran 55, Torrance Lutheran 39--details not available.

City Section & Cross-Sectional

Non League

LA Fremont 104, Sylmar 51

The Swish Award
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