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Game Scores and Details From
Tuesday 12/12/00--(Dec. 13, 2000)

These scores and game details are far from complete, but they're what we've managed to cobble together from what folks have sent us and from the data that's been published both in print and online from today's local papers.   We are missing some game details and we'll try to get them later tonight.  If you know the score or details of a game we've missed send it in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board.

Southern Section League Games--Tuesday 12/12/00

Liberty League

Buckley 76, Windward 43-- Buckley was led by Colin Ward-Henninger (6'-4" Sr. SG/SF) who shot 80% from the field and scored 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals, and David Gale (6'-1" Jr. PG) with 12 points, 10 assists, 9 rebounds and 5 steals.  Buckley's Matt Wolf added another 15 points off the bench for the Griffins, while starters Alex Clancy had 10, Jake Scannell 6, and Royal Weaver 3.   Gale scored the first 8 points for Buckley,  two three pointers and a field goal, and finished 4-7 from the field.  Buckley led 25-10 at the end of the first quarter, and pulled away to a 40-16 lead at the half, and Gale and Ward-Henninger played sparingly in the second half as Buckley stretched the lead.  Windward scoring: Sarbaz 10, Mann 4, Forney 5, Wapnick 6, Emerson 2, Pregerson 6, Yadegarn 4, Hagouli 3, Ben-Bassett 3.  Buckley--25  15  22  14--76;  Windward--10   6  13  14--43.  Other scorers for Buckley were Broukhim 3, Brar 1, Sivalingham 2, Seisa 2, and Snaidero 2.   The Griffins improved to 6-1, 1-0, while Viewpoint dropped to 4-3., 0-1.  

Oakwood 54, Viewpoint 20--In a game that could easily have been more lopsided, Oakwood (5-1) defeated Viewpoint, which is struggling this season at 1-5, and Viewpoint managed just 4 second half points.  Oakwood scoring: Noble 6, Feinstein 2, Fetty 8, Howard 14, Musgrave 6, Mark 14;  Viewpoint: J. Murray 4, Chizever 3, Roy 2, Mosko 6, Grisom 2, B. Murray 2.  Oakwood--10  13  12   17--54;  Viewpoint--7  8  2  2--42

Intersectional Games--Tuesday 12/12/00

Coast Union (Central Section) 43, Valley Christian (Southern Section) 40--The Broncos pulled out a solid win over the Lions thanks in large part to their fourth-quarter defense. Coast Union was led by Jake Aura’s 16 points while Fernando Mendoza had some clutch steals that led to scoring opportunities
Monte Soto had two steals in the fourth quarter as well to help the Broncos outscore the Lions 16-8 in that final period. Coast Union improves to 3-3.

Hart (Southern Section) 61, El Camino Real (LA City Section) 55--Dylan Patterson had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and the Indians outscored the Conquistadores by 10 points in the fourth quarter to pull out a nonleague victory at El Camino Real. Paul Hanges, returning after a five-game absence because of an ankle injury, added 10 points for Hart (4-3).

Mater Dei (Southern Section) 76, Carlsbad (San Diego Section) 60-- In a game played as part of a triple-header at Santa Margarita HS last night, Mater Dei remained undefeated. Currently ranked at No. 2 in the country on virtually every prep poll, right behind No. 1 consensus Oak Hill,  Mater Dei was led by 17 points from UCLA-signee Cedric Bozeman (6'-5" Sr. PG/SG).  Bozeman also had three rebounds and one steal.  Teammate and Cal-signee Jamal Sampson (6'-11" Sr. C) added 15 points, 7 boards and 5 blocked shots. Carlsbad (5-1) though wasn't an easy opponent despite the 16 point final margin, and they are currently the No. 1 ranked team in San Diego according to most polls. Derek Stockalper scored 26 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, while dishing 4 assists for the C-Bad Lancers. Greg Nelson finished with 17 points, and shot 5-8 from three-point range.  Mater Dei's Ricky Porter (6'-0" Sr. G) who many expect will walk on at Cal with Sampson, scored 10 and had 3 assists as well as five rebounds. Junior Mikey Strawberry (6'-4" Jr. G/F) and Simi Valley transfer Shaun Michel (6'-2" Sr. PG) both had 8 points

Southern Section Non-League Games--Tuesday, 12/12/00

Arroyo Grande 58, Morro Bay 57-- Cal Poly-signee Phillip Johnson (6'-10" Sr. C) remained unable to play with stitches still in his mouth, but that didn't stop Arroyo Grande in this non-league game.  AG junior center Scott Buhl scored 13 points, and David Romero had 16 and Ryan Zimmerman 11. Morro Bay (2-4) was led by 17 points from Nick Humphrey and 16 from Derrick Dickson.

Ayala 60, Silverado 36--Ayala outscored Silverado 31-11 in the second half behind Malik Jones' 18 points.  The Bulldogs improved to 3-2. Ken Quinn had 10 points and 11 rebounds, Dantaa' Donald scored 10 points, and Kyle Gregory had eight assists in the win. SILVERADO (36) Day 5, Wilkens 3, Kniss 6, White 7, Higgins 8, Lest 2, Armado 2, Moffett 3. AYALA (60) Quinn 10, Donald 10, Gregory 2, Antolin 3, Jones 18, Stephens 2, Sanchez 6, Hatch 4, Shehadeh 5. Silverado 6 19 6 5 -- 36 Ayala 16 13 15 16 -- 60 Total fouls: S 12, A 7. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Camarillo 61, Calabasas 42--Jared Jungwirth scored 14 points for the Scorpions (7-2) in a nonleague game at Calabasas. Camarillo (61) -- Alstot 5, Caldwell 10, Boyer 9, West 2, Jungwirth 14, Reichel 1, Rasp 5, Wallman 15. Calabasas (42) -- Virillo 4, Malatesta 4, J. Saunders 5, S. Saunders 4, Senchel 6, Holm 10, Shirali 2, Buford 2, Entin 5. Camarillo--24 12  12  13--61; Calabasas  11 8 7 16--42 ; 3-Point goals -- Camarillo 4 (Caldwell 2, Boyer, Rasp). Calabasas 1 (Malatesta). Records -- Camarillo 5-2.

Coachella Valley 71, Yucca Valley 53--Jaime Perez scored 17 points as the Arabs (3-3) dominated in the paint and produced turnovers with their press to score an easy victory.  Miguel Badena scored 11 and Mark Anaya 10.  

Coutin 43, Summit View 36--Coputin improved to 1-2, while Summit view is winless at 0-3.

Garden Grove 60, Saddleback 38--Andy Scimeca scored 17 points and Aaron Sadler added 14 to lead the visiting Argonauts (4-2) past the Roadrunners. Garden Grove broke open the game with a 22-8 scoring edge in the third quarter after leading by just eight at halftime.

Hoover 61, Burroughs 53----Fred Akopyan scored 22 points for the Tornadoes (3-3) in a nonleague victory at Burroughs. The senior guard displayed his talent on Tuesday as he scored a game-high 22 points to lead Hoover (3-3) to a 61-53 nonleague victory against host Burroughs (0-6). It marked the second time this season that Hoover, which won just two games last season, has defeated the Indians.  Haik Stepanyan added 13 points for Hoover.  Hoover 5 19 19 18 -- 61 Burroughs 14 15 14 10 -- 53  HOOVER - Markosian 3, Baghdasarian 6, Akopyan 22, Stepanyan 13, Chinivizyan 2, Ismalian 2, Rivera 6, Abernathy 1, Fell 4, Mirzakhanyan 2. Three-pointers: Stepanyan 2, Markosian, Baghdasarian. BURROUGHS - Locke 9, Anderson 11, Dominguez 6, Paysinger 3, Klein 5, Jarbo 12, Ragos 2, Pozo 2, Hitt 3.  Three-pointers: Anderson.

JW North 72, San Bernardino 61--Details not available

LA Baptist 67, Mojave 46-- LA Baptist remained undefeated at 6-0 with the win.

La Canada 79, La Salle 42--Joel Kim made six of seven three-point shots and scored 18 points for the Spartans in a nonleague victory at La Canada. Billy Hofman scored 14 points, including four three-point baskets, and had six assists and four steals for the Spartans (5-1). Anthony Napolitano had 15 points to pace La Salle.

La Verne Lutheran 91, California School for the Deaf, Riverside (CSDR) 40--Ryan Cumberland led the Trojans (2-2) with 22 points, Michael Lee added 17, Brandon Theus had 16 points, and Teron Terry scored 15. CSDR falls to 1-2.CSDR (40) Smith 7, Amaro 3, Scott 6, Alberre 6, Martinez 6, Kraus 3, Bayarsky 9. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (91) Patton 3, Seckrater 4, Terry 15, Lee 17, Cumberland 22, Harmon 4, Moore 1, Mejia 9, Theus 16 CSDR 15 11 4 10 -- 40 L.V. Lutheran 21 26 21 23 -- 91 Total fouls: CSDR 19, LVL 20. Fouled out: Alberre (CSDR), Moore (LVL). Technical fouls: none.

Lancaster 70, Valencia (V) 68--Teddy Myers, who scored 22 points in the game, missed a free throw at the end, but then blocked what would have been the game winning three point attempt by Valencia's Will Broadus as the Eagles (4-1) hung on for the win. Aaron James scored 11 points and Steve Thornton added 10 for Lancaster.  Albert Ingram had 17 points for Valencia. Ingram. Valencia was missing Alex Dunwoody and Louie Martinez, both out with the flu.

Lone Pine 66, Kern Valley 62 (OT)--Details not available.

New Roads 85, Pacific Christian 31--Details not available.

Nordhoff 64, Carpinteria 45--A 21-8  first quarter advantage pretty much sealed this game from the start for Nordholff, as Matt Murphy scored a game-high 23 points, including three 3-pointers, to keep Carpinteria searching for its second win of the season, and Carpinteria is now 1-5. CARPINTERIA -- Lopez 17, E. Lopez 2, Savoy 2,  Bright 7, J. Lopez 3, Bre Zoldos 2, Horton 11, Lamar 1. Totals 15 14-19 45. NORDHOFF -- Thomas 10, Nylander 3, Stoup 4, Swift 6, Murphy 23, Bensley 14, Pariale 6, Nash 3. Carpinteria . . . 8 8 13 16 -- 45 Nordhoff . . . 21 6 22 20 -- 64 3-point goals -- C: 1 (J. Lopez 1), N: 3 (Murphy 3). Total fouls -- C: 25, N 11. Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none.

Palo Verde 47, Desert Hot Springs 44-- Mateo Ortega scored 23 points, but the Golden Eagles lost, dropping to 2-3.

Paso Robles 65, Righetti 55--Paso Robles improved to 8-1 on the season with the win behind sophomore Ryan Hynes' 13 points. Teammate Nate Anguiano had 12 points and Carlton Wilder had 10.

Price 81, Montclair Prep 43--Details not available

Rosamond 61, Paraclete 50--Rosamond was led by Harris 22, Kees 14, and Monroe 10, and improved to 6-3.  Paraclete dropped to 2-2.

Santa Clara 56, Santa Maria St. Joseph 36--David Ramirez scored 18 points for the Saints in a nonleague victory at Santa Clara. Tim Lajoie added 12 points for Santa Clara (4-5). St. Joseph (36) -- Savey 1, Kelly 9, Tilley 4, Smith 8, Kussier 11, Rodrigues 3.  Santa Clara (56) -- Davis 7, LaJoie 1, Soria 11, Minnie 9, T. LaJoie 12, Ramirez 18. St. Joseph--6  11  5  14--36;   Santa Clara--14 13 17 12--56 ; 3-Point goals -- St. Joseph 2 (Kelly, Kussier). Santa Clara 2 (Soria, Davis). Records --Santa Clara 4-5.

Santa Margarita 66, Canyon 46-- In one of the other games in the triple-header at Santa Margarita (6-0), Brandon Rohe (6'-2" Jr. G) scored 19 points, and pulled down 11 rebounds after teammate Adam Tancredi (6'-10" Sr. F/C) went down with an ankle injury in the first quarter. Tancerdi had just 4 points and 1 rebound before the injury.  Travis Toch had 8 for Santa Margarita, Lenny Collins had 14.  Santa Margarita and Mater Dei, both undefeated and two of the clearly dominant teams in the Orange County region, appear headed for a league showdown when Serra League play starts in January. Canyon (3-3) was led by Derron Putman with 15 points.

Santa Maria 62, Santa Ynez 53--The Saints' Makani Sarellano scored a game-high 16 points to defeat the Pirates, who dropped to 2-4. Matt McKinney led Santa Ynez with 14 points while teammate Don Dreher added 10

Shalhevet 71, Highland Hall 29--Highland Hall remains winless at 0-4.

St. Genevieve 80, AGBU 41-- AGBU was without its top two scorers for this game, and may be without one of them for the remainder of the season.  Aras  Apik, who had been averaging 24 ppg, tore a knee ligament last Thursday in the opening moments of AGBU's semifinal game against Agoura at the Montclair Prep Championship;  Agoura eventually went on to win the tournament.  AGBU dropped to 4-5 with the loss and St. Genevieve improved to 6-3. Pe had 22 and De La Calzada had 17 for St. Gen.

Village Christian 51, Fillmore 39-- VC was led by Whitten wit 12, and Mantilla with 9 points and 10 rebounds. Darryl Ellis was held to 6 points for VC, which improves to 2-4.

West Valley Christian 65, Southwestern Academy 50--West Valley improved to 2-6 with the win.

Westlake 71, San Marcos 43--San Marcos dropped to 3-2 with the loss to Westlake on Tuesday night in a non-league game at San Marcos.   Westlake center Brandon Duplessie (6'-6" Sr. F/C)--who transferred from St. Bonaventure two years ago to Crespi, and then transferred to Westlake over the summer, scored a game-high 19 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had 6 blocks. Tyler Adamczyk (6'-6" Sr. F),  Devin Entrikin (6'-5" Sr. F)  and Billy Graham (6'-4" Jr. F) were easily able to dominate inside against San Marcos, which has no one bigger than 6'-2". San Marcos was led by Ahser Kupperman with 14 points and Aaron Mercer with 11. WESTLAKE -- Mazerei 8, Gelke 2, Anderson 9, Mackins 2, Cain 2, Entrikin 6, Amoroso 2, Dehner 5, Graham 8, Adamczyk 8, Duplessie 19. Totals 32 4-6 71. SAN MARCOS -- Kupperman 14, Spaventa 2, Hopkins 3, Fortune 5, Mercer 11, Cruse 4, Patterson 2, Below 2. Totals 18 3-8 43. Westlake . . . 20 14 23 14 -- 71 San Marcos . . . 8 13 6 16 -- 43 3-point goals--W 5 (Mazarei 2, Anderson 2, Dehner). SM 4 (Mercer 3, Hopkins). Fouled out--none. Records--W 3-2, SM 3-2.

LA City Section Games--Tuesday, 12/12/00

Magnet League

Bravo 66, Foshay 64--details not available

LACES 101, Elizabeth 47--details not available

Middle College 65, Drew King 60--details not available

Sherman Oaks CES 55, USC Mast 54-- Jonathan Surber had 15, Cannon 17, as CES improved to 4-4.

Western League

Westchester 104, Hamilton 74-- For the fifth straight game, Westchester managed to score more than 100 points, and the Comets are clearly the dominant team in the City Section this year. David Warsaw had 17 points, leading five Westchester players in double figures to a 104-74 Western League victory over host Hamilton. Hassan Adams had 16 points, John Clemmons added 13 and Keith Everage and Brandon Bowman had 10 each for the Comets. Scott Cutley had 9 points and 12 rebounds. Westchester is 6-0 overall and 2-0 in Western League play.

Non-League

Bell 62, Banning 53--Joey Saavedra scored a game-high 19 points, but Banning found itself down, 15-7, after one quarter and 48-31 after three. Kenneth Lyles and Alberto Aguirre both added 10 points for Banning, which dropped to 2-4 overall.

Eagle Rock 60, Verdugo Hills 38--Verdugo Hills made only 13 of 36 from the field, and paid the price as they remain winless at 0-6.   Eagle Rock was led by Alex Cagagnot with 20 and Session with 17.

Granada Hills 70, Kennedy 65--Granada Hills was led by Nubla and Cortez with 17, and Degerman with 12 and 9 rebounds as the Highlanders improved to 5-4.  Kennedy was led by Bird 18, Wheeler with 15 and dropped to 3-4.

L.A. Jordan 85, Canoga Park 64--Cecil Brown scored 17 of his 34 points for the Hunters (2-3) in the third quarter of a nonleague loss at Canoga Park. The game ended with six minutes left when Coach Ralph Turner of Canoga Park was charged with a second technical foul and ejected. City Section rules call for a game to be forfeited by a team when its head coach is ejected.

North Hollywood 63, Manual Arts 40--Ken Hauser had 22, Guz Ruiz 15 for rthe Husties who improved to 3-2 with the win.  Manual was led by Dennis with 14.

San Fernando 76, Grant 71--Ramon Perry scored 34 points and Victor Chacon had 25 in a nonleague game to help the Tigers (3-5) upset the No. 6-ranked team in the region at San Fernando. Chacon had 12 points in the fourth quarter when San Fernando outscored Grant, 24-18.  Derrick Green had 11 points, 10 rebounds and five steals and helped hold Mike Charleston of Grant (3-2) to 11 points.

University 88, Belmont 81--details not available

Tournament GamesGames--Tuesday, 12/12/00

Alhambra Tournament

Arcadia 59, Alhambra 57--Leo Thornton finished with a team-high 22 points as Arcadia outscored Alhambra 19-9 in the fourth-quarter  Marcus Harris scored 26 points to lead Alhambra.

Cerritos 63, San Gabriel 55-- details not yet available.

El Rancho 58, Gabrielino 55--Johnny Urrutia had 19 points to lead three players in double figures for El Rancho. Sean Carey scored 19 points to lead the Eagles

Northview 62, San Marino 60--Martelo Nelson's tip in with 2 seconds remaining gave Northview the win in Tuesday's pool play action. Nelson scored 11 of his career-high 28 points in the final quarter

Anaheim Convention Center Tournament

First Round
El Toro 65, Foothill 40--El Toro (7-0) opened the game with a 6-2 lead as senior shooting guard Ashkan Nazeri scored the team's first six points.  Center Matt Green had eight points, four rebounds, a steal, and a block during that quarter. He finished with a game-high 18 points, nine rebounds, three steals, and a block.  Green was selected MVP of the Newport Harbor Tournament  on Saturday. Chris Parish had 16 points for El Toro. Chad Bigler scored 15 points and 14 rebounds for Foothill (3-4).

Katella 60, Los Alamitos 57--Phillip Tyson had 28 points and Marcus Espinosa had 14 for the Knights (6-0). Los Al is currently struggling at 1-5, and they were led by former Long Beach Maccabi player Brian Rakusin (6'-7" Sr. F) with 15 points and 15 boards.

Newport Harbor 63, Orange Lutheran 49--Former Orange County Maccabi player Tony Melum (6'-5" Jr. F) scored 26 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for the Sailors (7-1) in the victory over the Lancers (3-3). Marc Troyer had 19 points in defeat for Orange Luthrean. The Sailors opened the game with an 8-0 lead with Melum scoring six of those points. The Sailors led 31-16   at the half, but then struggled in the third, as they were outscored 14-4 in the third. Newport Harbor 12 19 12 20 - 63 Orange Lutheran 5 11 19 14 - 49   Newport - Melum 26, Perrine 12, Cameron 6, Spigner 5, Yarnal 5, Young 4, Hill 2, Peterson 2, Pajevic 1.  3 pt. goals - Spigner 1, Cameron 1.   Fouled out - None   Orange Lutheran - Troyer 19, Taylor 8, Goeldl 7, Jones 6, D. Heim 5, M. Heim 2, Bye 2. 3 pt. goals - Troyer 1, Taylor 1. Fouled out - Troyer.

Magnolia 62, Mission Viejo 59 (OT)--Geoffrey Clayton, who scored 25 points, made four free throws in overtime to help Magnolia (3-5) win. Mission Viejo's Greg Villanueva ,made a three-pointer with 10 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime. Magnolia's Vincent Bryant had five three-pointers and finished with 20 points. Travis Niesen led Mission Viejo (5-2) with 22 points.

Azusa Tournament

Pool Play
Bonita 58, Covina 47-- Bonita's Chris Dean scored 27 points for the Bearcats (3-2), and pulled down 10 rebounds while teammates Ramsey Jarrar scored 9 points and seven rebounds and Nick Kannan scored 13 and 8. Covina drops to 2-3 on the season. BONITA (58) Miller 6, Jarrar 9, Kannan 13, Dean 27, Johnson 1, Wyrick 2. COVINA (47) Katagi 2, Gibbs 9, Sopena 1, Pill 16, Covington 11, Myrick 2, Gaudreau 6. Bonita 18 16 10 14 -- 58 Covina 14 12 6 15 -- 47 Total fouls: B 10, C 14. Fouled out: Avilez (C). Technical fouls: none.

Charter Oak 51, Rosemead 34--details not yet available.

Gladstone 41, Mountain View 36-- Dominique Nevers scored 17 to lead Gladstone to the win, it's first game of the season. Mountain View dropped to 2-3.

Crescenta Valley Tournament:

Crescenta Valley 100, L A (Sun Valley) Poly 55--James Jenkins had 22 points, 17 rebounds and four blocked shots and the Falcons won in pool play at the Crescenta Valley tournament. Jimmy Goffredo scored 19 points for No. 2 Crescenta Valley (8-0).

San Clemente 71, Franklin 48 --Curtis Bush scored 18 points and James Hartman added 12 to lead the Tritons (6-0) to the victory. San Clemente connected on seven three-pointers in the game.

Quartz Hill  72, El Monte 54--Johnson had 35 for Quartz Hill which picked up the win in pool play.

LA Marshall 41, Temple City 39--details not available.

El Dorado Gary Raya Tournament

El Dorado 70, Chino 41--El Dorado (6-1) had 11 players score, including Mike Wulff, who scored 18, and Kyle Miller, who had 17.

Warren 77, Corona 55--Warren was led by Assibey with 23, and Hobbensifken with 22.

Magnolia 62, Mission Viejo 59--Travis Neisen scored 22 points and Villanueva scored 16 but it was not enougyh as Geoffrey Clayton led Magnolia with 25 points and Isaiah Bryant had 20.  Magnolia improved to 3-4 and Mission Viejo fell to 4-3.

Glendora Tournament (#2)

Etiwanda 78, Pacifica 75-- The defending Mount Baldy League champion Eagles (4-3) led the Mariners (1-4) at halftime 40-32. Senior Jon Boyd led the Eagles with 20 points, but he was held scoreless in the third quarter. Pacifica, which got 23 points from guard Rey Santos and 16 from center Joel Bruck, took the lead on the first basket of the fourth quarter and led 66-61 with less than six minutes remaining. Dowd scored nine of his 21 points in the fourth and connected on two free throws and nailed an eight-foot shot seconds later to slow the Mariners' run.

Gahr 72, Los Angeles 63--details not available

San Dimas 69, Garey 49--The Saints remained unbeaten after five games, routing the Vikings for the second time in a week as Jason Greenlee led San Dimas with 20 points and teammate Paul Marshall added 16.   San Dimas advances to Thursday night's second-round meeting against Etiwanda.

La Sierra Tournament

First Round
Arrowhead Christian 71, Ontario Christian 50-- Despite David Landry's 18 points and had three steals and teammates Bobby Gibson's16 and Matt Hoekstra's 7 points, 7 rebounds, Ontario Christian lost as the Knights dropped to 4-1.  For Arrowhead, Adam Dohner finished with 39 points, scoring 15 of Arrowhead Christian's 24 points in the second quarter,  and 15 of 21 in the third. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (50) Landry 18, Gibson 16, M. Hoekstra 7, T. Hoekstra 2, Garcia 2, Fulkerson 2, Santana 2, Kleinjan 1. ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (71) Dohner 39, Goltry 13, Britt 4, Breckley 4, Becerra 4, Cloud 3, Carter 2, Cruz 2. Ontario Christian 16 7 14 13 -- 50 Arrowhead Christian 8 24 21 18 -- 71 Total fouls: OC 11, AC 19. Fouled out: none, Technical fouls: none.

Orangewood Academy v. Loma Linda Academy--details not available.

Murrieta Valley

Pool Play
King 74, Chaparral 67--details not yet available.

Temescal Canyon 77, Orange Glen 58--details not yet available.

Sonora /North Orange County Championships

Consolation Bracket Second Round

Corona del Mar High 55, Whittier Christian 45-- Eric Snell's 17 points, 10 in the first quarter, sparked CdM to the win, and they improved to 2-5. Whittier Christian 9 10 9 17 - 45 Corona del Mar 20 14 8 13 - 55 Whittier Christian - T. Albeanu 19, Bonawitz 2, Johnson 13, Sanchez 8, Underwood 3, Torres 0. 3-pt. goals - Sanchez 1  Fouled out - Johnson. Corona del Mar - Shahangian 7, Gero 0, B. Mancillas 3, Alshuler 8, K. Mancillas 6, Snell 17, Brewster 4, Reynolds 0, Glass 2, Marston 4, Gray 0, Richardson 4. 3-pt. goals - Snell 3, K. Mancillas 2, B. Mancillas 1, Shahangian 1. Fouled out - none.

Downey 53, Westminster 37-- Dwoney was led by Topete with 13;  Westminster had one scoer over 10, Graves with 10.

LB Wilson 55, Laguna Hills 37--Wilson was led by Hunt 17, Terry 12, and Crockett 11.  LH was led by Sherman.  Vollenhals had 2.

Montclair 65, Santa Ana Valley 59--Saul Jenkins scored 20 points and Xavier Abraham added 14 as the Cavaliers (5-3) gained another triumph. Jonathan Candelo contributed 11 points for Montclair.  The Cavaliers (5-3) led 31-21 at the half and won the second round consolation game.  Montclair 17 14 15 19 -- 65 Santa Ana Valley 10 13 22 14 -- 59 Total fouls: M 16, SAV 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

San Pedro 72, Santiago 42--Malik Rahh scored 18 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, to lead San Pedro (4-5) in the second round consolation bracket game, and with the win, the Pirates have now won four of their last five games.   Glen Bullard had 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Joseph Hunt scored 9 points and 13 rebounds. Houston McGee had 8 coming in off the bench.

Santa Ana 58, Whittier 51--details not yet available.

St. John Bosco 78, Pioneer 45-- St. John Bosco was led by Giovanni St. Amant with 24 points.  Donald Quiroz added another 8 and Dyer 13.   Pioneer was led by Castillo with 15.

South Central LA Classic--Verbum Dei Tournamen

South Gate 57, Wilson 34--details not yet available

Compton 59, Verbum Dei 58-- Compton was led by Jonathan Davis with 16.  Verbum Dei scoring was not available.   Compton--7  10  23  18--59;  Verbum Dei--11  15  17   15--58.

St. Anthony 53, Capistrano Valley Christian 39--Jay Arizabal had 27 and Brown had 13 for St. Anthony's.

Tarbut V' Torah Gelman Hoop Classic

Second Round
Liberty Christian 52, Zinsmeyer 41--Paul Francis scored 20 points and Brandon Burch had 8 for the Liberty Christian Minutemen (2-2), who led 41-20 after the third quarter.

Tarbut V'Torah 59, Fairmont Prep 38--Geoff Keith had 21 points and Noam Dashti added 16 to help the Lions (6-0) hand the Huskies (8-1) their first defeat of the season.

Tri-City Christian Tournament

St. Margaret's 79, Valley Center 45--St. Margaret's improved to 2-4.

Upland Tournament

Pool Play
LA Locke 63, Alta Loma 62-- Despite a technical on the Locke head coach, and early momentum in the game, the Alta Loma Braves (1-5) blew a 15 point second half lead, dropping the first game in pool play of the tournament. Alta Loma was led by Terrell Cade with 18, and Sean Moore with 10. ALTA LOMA (62) Richardson 5, Fleming 1, Staley 3, Yaisrael 9, Tayco 4, Moore 10, Evans 8, Cade 18, Hynes 4.  LOCKE (63) D. Wright 7, C. Wright 6, Booth 2, Talymen 9, Beasly 2, Webb 13, Allen 1, Hinojas 10, Lewis 13. Alta Loma 15 19 9 12 7 -- 62 Locke 9 12 19 15 8 -- 63 Total fouls: AL 19, L 29. Fouled out: D. Wright (L), C. Wright (L), Booth (L). Technical fouls: Locke coach.

Upland 115, Redlands East Valley 51-- Upland overwhelmed REV, outscoring the Wildcats 35-2 in the third quarter when each team's starters were on the court, and starting the game by opening up a 15-0 lead in the first quarter.  The Highlanders (6-1) demolished Compton Dominguez, then ranked No.7 in the country by USA Today, 94-64 in the Buchanan-Clovis West tournament two weeks ago. The loss was the largest margin of defeat in REV basketball history. REV entered the game 2-3, and had been competitive in the other four games prior to this one. But Upland dominated from the start. Jason Janelli was the leading scorer for REV with 8 points. Prentice Harris and Kirk Snyder led Upland with 18 points, while Jason Harris had 17 and Sheldon Pace added another 15 for the Highlanders who are now nationally ranked by FoxSports.com and appear poised to challenge defending D-IAA Champion Long Beach Poly (both teams are now in Division I-AAA). Jason Hathaway contributed 14 and Jesse Pruitt had 12 for Upland, which led 31-9 after one quarter. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (51) Ford 5, Vigil 2, Rogers 4, Pickett 6, Jannelli 8, Moses 3, Brazetton 7, Duncan 4, Johnson 2, Lyles 4, Harrison 6. UPLAND (115) Pace 15, Pruitt 12, Hathaway 14, J. Harris 17, P. Harris 18, Snyder 18, Rasch 4, Hatter 4, Williams 6, Davis 4, Martin 3. East Valley 9 20 2 20 -- 51 Upland 31 27 35 22 -- 115

 

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