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Game Scores and Details From
Wednesday 12/13/00--(Dec. 15, 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-- Wednesday 12/13/00

Arrowhead League

Ambassador Christian 56, CSDR 26--Ambassador Christian (1-3, 1-0) was led by Brandon Giden's 14 points and 12 rebounds and John Palmer's 17 points. CSDR (26) Smith 1, Ontano 12, Fodi 2, Benitez 1, Kraus 2, Bayars 8. ABASSADOR CHRISTIAN (56) Palmer 17, Hardy 3, Rogers 2, J. Guzman 5, Pine 3, Austin 1, E. Guzman 9, Giden 14, Peters 2. CSDR 9 8 4 5 -- 26 Ambassador Chr. 10 16 17 13 -- 56 Total fouls: CSDR 23, AC 21. Fouled out: Smith (CSDR). Technical fouls: J. Guzman (AC).

La Verne Lutheran 91,  CSDR 40 -- CSDR (40) -- Bayarsky 9, Martinez 6, Alberre 6, Scott 6, Amaro 3, Kraus 3.  LA VERNE LUTHERAN (91) -- Cumberland 24, Thews 18, Lee 15, Terry 15, Mejia 7, Harmon 4, Seckrater 4, Patton 3, Moore 2. Halftime score -- La Verne Lutheran 47, CSDR 26. Three-point goals -- Alberre 2, Martinez. Total fouls -- CSDR 20, La Verne Lutheran 24. Fouled out -- Alberre, Moore. Technical fouls -- None.

Condor League

Villanova 43, Cate 34--Yoshi Nagano scored 15 points but it wasn't enough for the Rams, who dropped their Condor League opener in Ojai. Jackson Hsu had six points and 13 rebounds for Cate (0-1, 2-3). CATE -- Mack 10, Nagano 15, Hackleman 3, Hsu 6. Totals 11 12-24 34. VILLANOVA -- Fore 26, Namikas 4, Roach 4, Gibson 9. Totals 16 9-20 43. Cate . . . 6 8 8 12 -- 34  Villanova . . . 11 10 9 13 -- 43 3-point goals--C 0, V 2 (Fore 2). Total fouls--C 21, V 17. Fouled out--Hackleman. Technical foul--Gibson. Records--C: 0-1 Condor League, 2-3 overall. V: 1-0. 3-Point field goals — Villanova 2 (Fore 2). Rebounds — Villanova (Fore 14). Records — Cate 3-3, 0-1; Villanova 2-2, 1-0.

De Anza League

San Jacinto 66, San Bernardino Aquinas 55--details not available.

Banning 49, Twentynine Palms 47 -- details not available.

Beaumont 60, Riverside Notre Dame 59 -- Rubin Mitchell hit a 10-footer with three seconds left as Beaumont held on to defeat Riverside Notre Dame in a De Anza League opener. Notre Dame had a final chance, but had the ball stolen. BEAUMONT (60) -- Small 4, Mitchell 11, Mendoza 15, Hackney 6, Curtis 20, Koumparis 2, Ramos 2.  NOTRE DAME (59) -- Hodges 9, Freeman 11, Lyons 13, Sanders 7, Briton 12, Raguero 1, Richards 1, Pascua 1, Morales 4.  Halftime score -- Beaumont 35-28. Three-point goals -- Curtis 4, Sanders. Total fouls -- Beaumont 16, Notre Dame 22. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Sanders. Records: Beaumont 1-0, 5-4. Notre Dame 0-1, 0-6.

Southern Section Non-League Games--Wednesday, 12/13/00

Antelope Valley 72, Foothill 67-- no details available.

Buena 72, Channel Islands 55--Channel Islands (55) — Avila 2, Berrelleza 11, Tamayo 2, Solis 9, Galiardo 8, Baier 14, Diaz 9. Buena (72) — Bolden 7, Dybvig 4, Smith 13, Jacobsen 3, Roberts 2, Meyer 11, Cobos 18, Rivera 2, Colton 6, Cunningham 6. CI--12  10  18  15--55;  Buena 27--17  9   19--72  3-Point field goals — Channel Islands 4 (Diaz 3, Berrelleza 1). Buena 10 (Bolden 1, Meyer 3, Cobos 6). Rebounds — Buena (Colton 13). Assists — Buena (Bolden 7). Records — Channel Islands 3-5, Buena 6-3

Dana Hills 66, Laguna Beach 50--Five Dana Hills players scored in double figures, led by Allen Fulton with 13. Laguna Beach's Will Blodgett led all scorers with 24 points, including four three-pointers. Jason Chatrath added 13 points for the Artists, who played the last four minutes of the game with only four players because of foul-out disqualifications and injuries.

Daniel Murphy 62, Bosco Tech 39--details not available.

Diamond Bar 68, Chaffey 55--Jordan Holmes scored a team-high 16 points and Dominic Robinson scored 15 points and added seven assists to lead Diamond Bar (3-2). Matt Brunelle added 10 points, six steals and five rebounds for the Brahmas, who will host Upland at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. CHAFFEY (55) Walker 5, Avina 6, Miranda 13, Bowden 5, Hunte 9, Sconiers 11, Stubbs 6.  DIAMOND BAR (68) Morita 3, Haney 5, Robinson 15, Johnson 6, Jecmen 11, Holmes 16, Inocenio 2, Brunelle 10. Chaffey 15 12 7 21 -- 55 Diamond Bar 22 18 17 11 -- 68 Total fouls: C 10, DB 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

El Centro Southwest 43, Indio 42--details not available. 

Hillcrest Christian 54, West LA Baptist 50--dertails not available.

Irvine 54, Estancia 47--Irvine improved to 5-1 with the non-leauge win over Estancia.  Eliasar Maldonado had 11 of his game-high 20 points in the second quarter for Estancia. Maldonado had four three-pointers, including a 25-footer to pull Estancia (2-3) within 51-47 with 30 seconds left. David Cox led Irvine with 14 points and 7 rebounds, and Massud Naderi had 13 points and six assists to lead the visiting Vaqueros (5-1) to the victory. Estancia 5 16 16 10 - 47  Irvine 14 10 11 21 - 56  Estancia - Maldonado 20, Young 14, K. Valbuena 11, Stoddard 2, D.Valbuena 0, Cachola 0, Rodriguez 0.  3-pt. goals - Maldonado 4.  Fouled out - None.   Technicals - None.  Irvine - Cox 14, Naderi 13, Carter 10, Guinn 8, Sarwine   4, Pollard 2, Johnson 2, Kuruvilla 2, Tahvildaran 1.  3-pt. goals - Naderi 3.   Fouled out - None.  Technicals - None. 

La Sierra 80,  Bloomington 67  -- Everett Rincon was 6 of 7 from three-point range, scoring 30 points to lead Riverside La Sierra in a non-league game. Perrin Johnson had 11 rebounds and five points for the Eagles. BLOOMINGTON (67) -- Thomas 18, Davis 8, Lee 0, Tate 6, C. Smith 6, Bradley 2, D. Smith 12, Mentoya 15. LA SIERRA (80) -- Cryder 9, M. Smith 11, Rincon 30, Johnson 5, Bock 2, Nalit 1, Cruz 2, Midgett 15, Bridges 5. Halftime score -- La Sierra 42-37. Three-point goals -- Cryder 2, Rincon 6, M. Smith, C. Smith 2, Mentoya 2. Total fouls -- La Sierra 28, Bloomington 21. Fouled out -- Thomas, Midgett, Tate. Technical fouls -- Lee. Records: La Sierra 4-5.

Lighthouse Christian 28, San Fernando Valley Academy 26-- details not available.

Loara 68, Tustin 53--Chris Moses had 17 points, Bryson Hawkes 16 and Nate Von Achen had 13 points and 11 rebounds for Loara, which outscored Tustin, 20-3, in the second quarter. Duane Nix led Tustin with 10 points. 

Mary Star 43, South Bay Lutheran 36--Mary Star used a balanced attack and a tough man-to-man defense to topple the Waves, 43-36. The Stars' Adrian Navarro was the only player to reach double figures with 10 points. Jack Kalmeta and Christopher Cosgrove added nine points for Mary Star (1-5). South Bay Lutheran (0-4) was led by Chris Toler and Chris Graham, who scored nine points each.

Narbonne 74, Lynwood 63--An 18-7 run in the third quarter made the difference for the visiting Gauchos. Junior swingman Uzoma Mmeje led the way with 17 points, five rebounds and three assists. Junior shooting guard Beto Delgado had 13 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and six steals. Reggie Simms and Brannon Nichols each had 14 points for Narbonne (7-3)

Murrieta Calvary Chapel 67, Bethel Christian 63--   Ryan Evans scored 9 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter as Murrieta Calvary Chapel held on for a non-league victory. Evans hit 4 of 5 three-pointers, including two in the fourth quarter, to lead the Warriors.BETHEL CHRISTIAN (63) -- Heiliger 19, Wilson 21, James 2, Klix 8, Watson 3, Seneff 8, Montgomery 2. MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (67) -- Wilkerson 9, Evans 23, Privett 4, Spousta 4, Birchall 19, Gausepohl 8.  Halftime score -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 34-29. Three-point goals -- Evans 4, Birchall 2, Heiliger 3, Wilson 4. Total fouls -- Bethel Christian 12, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 16. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Murrieta Calvary Chapel 4-3.

Northwood 54, Buena Park 50--Matt Susson's two free throws with 20 seconds left sealed the victory for visiting Northwood (8-0). Drew Terry led the Timberwolves with 18 points.  Chris Ingram scored 18 points and Eugene Ikahihifo added 15 for Buena Park (3-6). Northwood took a 10-point lead at halftime and held on despite a 20-point fourth quarter by the Coyotes. 

Pilibos 59, Renaissance Academy 43--details not available.

Pomona 64, Chino 42  -- Odell Howard's 19 points and 10 rebounds sparked the Red Devils past the Cowboys in a nonleague game. Embert Madison and William Tosca added nine points each, while Tosca contributed eight rebounds for Pomona (5-2).  Johnny Dominguez paced Chino with 13 points.The Red Devils led 26-21 at halftime, and 39-32 after three quarters before outscoring the Cowboys 25-10 in the final quarter. Howard was the only Pomona player in double figures. Pomona will play a nonleague game at 6:30 p.m. on Friday against La Puente Bassett.  POMONA (64) Madison 9, Howard 19, Holden 8, Dang 4, Tosca 9, Buchannan 8, Woods 3, Davis 3, Vu 1. CHINO (42) Nafis 4, Dominguez 13, White 2, Malone 5, Aleman 8, Williams 2, Marcy 7, Putan 1. Pomona 14 12 13 25 -- 64 Chino 9 12 11 10 -- 42 Total fouls: P 15, C 7. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Ribet 68, Flintridge Prep 44 -- Flintridge Prep (3-2) turned the ball over 15 times against Ribet after committing 24 turnovers in last Monday night's 58-55 loss to Bell-Jeff.  The Frogs (5-1) had four of its five starters score in double figures, led by freshman Thomas Woods, who scored 16 points and six rebounds. Sophomore Yancy Clark had 10 points and a game-high 14 rebounds, and guard Garrick Gaines had 10 and Shomar Thomas 13 points. Flintridge Prep freshman Tim Mercer led all scorers with 17 points and added seven rebounds, but Ohara's squad had only one other individual score in double figures, which was Connor O'Byrne with 10.  Ribet Academy 15 11 23 19 -- 68  Flintridge Prep 5 14 12 13 -- 44  RIBET ACADEMY -- Gaines 10, Thomas 13, Woods 16, Baghorn 8, Clark 10 and 14 rebounds, Shead 7, Shafferer 2, Bassey 2.    Three-pointers: Shead, Woods.  FLINTRIDGE PREP -- Young 6, O'Byrne 10, Mercer 17 and 7 rebounds, Strand 5, Harrison 2, Brown 1, Lauer 3.  Three-pointers: Mercer, O'Byrne.

Rio Mesa 56, Santa Clara 47--Santa Clara (47) — Davis 8, Soria 13, Linzey 3, Minney 15, LaJoie 4, Ramirez 4. Rio Mesa (56) — Barber 4, Alonge 9, Moreno 15, Lazcano 2, McBride 6, Britt 4, Bednar 2, Torres 14.  SC--19   8  9  11--47;  RM--11 1 23  9--56. 3-Point field goals — Santa Clara 4 (Soria 3, Minney 1), Rio Mesa 6 (Moreno 4, Alonge 1, Torres 1). Rebounds — RIo Mesa (McBride 10). Assists — Rio Mesa (Moreno 6). Records — Santa Clara 4-6, Rio Mesa 3-3.

Sierra Vista 63, Rio Hondo Prep 48--Rio Hondo Prep: Dinius 15, Westervood 15, Drain 12, Echevarria 3, Hampton 2, Corral 1. Sierra Vista: Albert Villagomez 18, Armando Juarez 14, Amador Castillo 9, Charlie Yuseff 7, Josh Gallegos 5, Jesse Mejia 5, Andrew Ortiz 3, Sergio Olvera 2.  RHP:  10  11   16  11--48;  SV:  14  17  14  18--63.  Record: Sierra Vista 2-5. RHP: Not available.

St. Monica 78, Brethren Christian 21--details not available.

Victor Valley 69, Apple Valley 38--details not available.

Western 52, La Quinta 33--Lavell Jones had seven rebounds and scored 22 points for the Pioneers, who improved to 3-3 with thee win.

Whitewater 80, Running Springs CEDU 25 -- details not available.

Whitney 52, Cantwell Sacred Heart 49-- Cantwell scoring: Cox 9, Lilic 6, Ballbastro 6, Chavez 7, Stringer 13, Price 8;   Whitney scoring: You 9, Polk 8, Son 18, S. Tsai 5, Lim 8, J. Tsai 2, Kim 2.

Woodbridge 65, Edison 42-- Woodbridge held Edison scoreless in the first quarter, while scoring 12 in the period. Woodbridge scoring: Corbin 2, Armstron 1, Wheeler 6, Anibale 2, Banks 2, Lambert 14, Haddan 7, Edmonson 2, Koeller 12, Boldig 2, Forehan-Kelley 12, Burgess 3.  Edison : Roquemore 3, Prelle 7, Gonzales 12, Furniss 5, Min 6, Braun 3, McCarter 6.   Wood--12  13  22   18--65;  Edison- 0  19  14  9--42.

LA City Section Games--Wednesday, 12/13/00

Magnet League
Elizabeth 34, USC Mast 17

Western League
Palisades 66, University 47

Non-League
Taft 73, Carson 60
--Steve Smith Smith made 14 of 18 shots, scored 32 points and had 10 rebounds Wednesday to help Taft beat Carson, 73-60, in a nonleague boys' basketball game at Taft.  Smith made seven consecutive shots as Taft (4-2) extended a 13-point halftime lead.  Melvin Robbins, a 6-foot-4 senior playing his first season of basketball, contributed 17 points for the Toreadors.  Carson (4-2) played without injured 6-8 center Ikene Ebekwe.

Narbonne 74, Lynwood 63--An 18-7 run in the third quarter made the difference for the visiting Gauchos. Junior swingman Uzoma Mmeje led the way with 17 points, five rebounds and three assists. Junior shooting guard Beto Delgado had 13 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and six steals. Reggie Simms and Brannon Nichols each had 14 points for Narbonne (7-3)

Tournament GamesGames--Wednesday, 12/13/00

Alhambra Tournament

Pool play
Arcadia 59, So. El Monte 33--Leo Thornton scored a team-high 20 points for his second consecutive tournament game with at least that many as the Apaches won handily.   Thornton scored 22 points in Arcadia's one-point victory over Alhambra on Tuesday.

Monrovia 67, El Rancho 40-- Bryant Markson, Monrovia's 6-foot-6 junior forward, scored 11 of his game-high 18 points in the first quarter, but many of those were scored from the perimeter.  Thomas Herring, a 6-7 freshman, scored seven points and blocked three shots. Eleven Monrovia players got on the scoreboard.  Mark Elisaldez led El Rancho with 18 points, including 12 in the second half. 

Bishop Amat 75, San Gabriel 53--John Haywood finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds, but it was a stellar team defensive showing during the third quarter which put the Lancers in command.  Senior Alex Gomez and junior Josh Myles sparked a trapping defense as Bishop Amat went on a 21-8 run that included a five-minute stretch in which the Matadors went scoreless.  Wesley Walker also was a major contributor for the Lancers. He sank three field goals in the third quarter to account for almost half of his 13 points. 

Santa Fe 57, San Marino 43-- Santa Fe: Pablo Mendoza 5, Mike Garcia 3, Duke rivera 5, John Temidara 8, Robert Ruiz 21, William Gamble 6, victor Castaneda 9; San Marino Mike Shia 6, Josue Pineda 16, Steven Yu 2, Albert Wei 3, Chris Hazell 4, Andrew Grimes 3, Charlie Chen 9.  SF: 12  18  12  15--57;   SM:  8  12  15  1  8--43.  Santa Fe: 5-3; San Marino 2-6.

Anaheim Tournament

Capistrano Valley 72, Anaheim 51--Four players scored in double figures for Capistrano Valley, led by Pete Decasas with 17. Quinn Hawking scored 22 for Anaheim.Pete DeCasas scored a team-high 17 points, and Matt Sweany added 16   Jeff Gloger chipped in 14 points as the Cougars (2-0) led, 39-18, at halftime. Brandon Clark added 14 for the Colonists (4-5).

Cypress 77, Brea Olinda 60--Matt Reid scored 29 points and Jonathon Uyloan had 14 points and 15 assists as Cypress (3-2) won the first-round game. Landon Lewis scored 23 points for Brea Olinda (2-3).  Josh Smith added 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Centurions. John Pohlen had 14 for the Wildcats.

Esperanza 62, Servite 45--Anthony Vicencia scored 18 points and J.D. White and sophomore Mark Lovein added 10 points each for the Aztecs (3-4). Billy Burfied scored 12 points and Sebastian Zielonka had nine points and seven rebounds for Servite (3-4).  J.D. White added 12 points, as four Esperanza players scored in double digits.

Villa Park 88, Bolsa Grande 55-- Brice Prather scored a game high 32 points to lead Villa Park to the win. over Bolsa Grande in the Anaheim Convention Center Tournament.  Villa Park's Kelly Thomas had 13 points and point guard Corey Miller had 10 assists for Villa Park (6-0). Omar Amaral had 29 points and David Doan had 16 for the Matadors (0-6).

Azusa Tournament

Pool Play
Bonita 83, Boys Republic 38 -- The Bearcats outscored Boys Republic 44-13 in the second half .  Kyle Johnson scored 16 points, leading three players in double figures and 11 Bonita players who scored. Chris Dean and Justin Miller added 12 apiece for Bonita (4-2), which plays host Azusa at 7:45 Thursday.  Markus Cotten led Boys Republic with 11 points. BOYS' REPUBLIC (38) Valencia 7, Marquez 8, Edwards 2, Cotten 11, Battle 1, Williams 4, Warmoah 2, Manzanos 3. BONITA (83) Miller 12, Jarrar 9, Kannan 8, Dean 12, Johnson 16, Affefa 3, Clark 3, Smith 5, Macaulay 7, Hagman 1, Wyrick 7. Boys' Republic 12 13 6 7 -- 38 Bonita 19 20 29 15 -- 83 Total fouls: BR 20, B 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Rosemead 50, Mountain View 45--Richard Van Zandt's 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter gave the Panthers the lead for good.  Van Zandt, a senior, scored nine of his 14 points in the second half, when Rosemead (4-5) outscored Mountain View 36-14. Van Zant shared game-high scoring honors with teammate Kevin Chang.  Victor Romero scored 13 points to lead Mountain View.

Charter Oak 64, Gladstone 47-- Gladstone: Darren White 8, Dominuqe Nevers 17, Freddy Gonzalez 18, Brandon Winfield 4, Omar Aranda 0.   Charter Oak: KJ Salcido  3, Jonathan Thompson 1, Josh Baehr 3, Todd Hurst 7, Sharif Elkhaldy 15, Alex Verayo 4, Jason Grissom 9, David Boler 2, Nick Brown 20.  G: 11  8  10 18--47;  CO:  18  16  14  16--64.   Records: Glatstone 1-1;  Charter Oak 7-1.

Covina 49, Azusa 38--Covina: Jared Gibbs 11, Michael Sopena 6, Brett Pill 10, Jamaal Avilez 2, Vernon Covington 13, Evan Myrick 4, Cody Gaudreau 3;  Azusa: Eddie Myricks 19, Joe Robinson 5, David West 2, Estaban Segura 3, Bobby Stout 1, Justin Lklemond 3, DeWane Green 5.  C:  18  10  10   11--49;  A:  3  20  5  10--38.   Covina 3-3; Azusa 2-5.

Bell Jeff Tournament

Santa Monica 73, Village Christian 57--details not available.

Chatsworth Winter War on the Floor Tournament

Simi Valley 82, Reseda 58-- Simi Valley (5-0) may have trailed, but the result was never in doubt. Dustin Villapigue scored a game high 38 points, 13 of 16 Simi points in the crucial fourth quarter and shot 17-18 from the field, a grabbed 10 rebounds to dominate the game.  Reseda's Sergei Lepiashinski scored 18 points, including three 3-point baskets in the second quarter to help Reseda (4-4) build a seven-point lead.  Nashid Beard (6'-8" Sr. F) scored 14 points for Reseda. Jared Weaver Weaver scored 25 points for the Pioneers, making 5 of 10 3-point shots, and had 7 assists. Ryan Bradshaw added 11 points for Simi Valley Reseda (58) — Johnson 6, Reed 6, Elvin 2, Beard 14, Mulligan 2, Araya 4, Estrada 6, Lepiashinski 18. Simi Valley (82) — Duarte 2, Martin 2, Bradshaw 11, Masredjian 2, Weaver 25, Villepigue 38, Grandchamp 2.  Reseda 17  18 7  16--58;  Simi Valleyu 16  21  234   18--82;  3-Point goals — Simi Valley 8 (Weaver 5, Bradshaw 3). Rebounds — Simi Valley (Villepigue 10). Records — Simi Valley 5-0, Reseda 3-5.

Dorsey 88, Chatsworth 68--Donald Wilson scored a game-high 23 points and teammate Michael Wilds added 22 to lead the Dons past Chatsworth rs (4-3).  Chatsworth played most of the second half without coach Emad Whitney who left to be with his wife as she gave birth to the couple's first child. Fluke Fluker, currently the AD at Chatsworth and previous coach for 5 years prior to his elevation to AD, took over. Shayne Berry had 22 points while Scott Johnston contributed 20 points and 10 rebounds for Chatsworth. Brandon Robinson, a transfer from Sylmar, and Rashawn Davis both had 8 points. Robinson had five steals,

Canoga Park 61, El Camino Real 40--Cecil Brown had 23 points and Dante Witherspoon added 13 as the Hunters (3-3) easily defeated the Conquistadores (2-6). Spencer Schulte was the only Conquistador to score in double digits with 10 points and teammates Chris Manson and Kiley Rodriguez added six points apiece.

Fresno Edison 78, Garfield 54--Gilbert Myles had 19 points and Lorenzo Simms added 11 points as the Tigers (3-2) won the first round game over the Bulldogs (5-3). Miguel Velez scored 26 points for Garfield and teammate Shadir Serrano added 12 points.

Corona Centennial Tournament

Temecula Valley 65, Norte Vista 54 -- Mike Louis scored 13 of his game-high 24 points in the third quarter as Temecula Valley took a 50-43 lead then held on to defeat Riverside Norte Vista in the second round of pool play at the Centennial Tournament. TEMECULA VALLEY (65) -- Menancio 10, Hodge 4, Badue 5, Louis 24, Watson 3, Cooper 14, Combs 5.  NORTE VISTA (54) -- Hanley 14, Grizsby 6, W. Horn 14, J. Horn 11, Torres 2, Edwards 6, Carter 1.  Halftime score -- Norte Vista 33-27. Three-point goals -- Louis, Combs, Hanley 2, J. Horn. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 11, Norte Vista 22. Fouled out -- J. Horn. Technical fouls -- J. Horn. Records: Temecula Valley 5-3. Norte Vista 1-7.

Corona Centennial 95,  Colton 36 -- COLTON (36) -- Crenshaw 12, Sorenson 4, Vingua 2, Alonzo 6, Jones 6, Pinkney 6, Celestian 0, Wilcox 0.  CENTENNIAL (95) -- L. Soderberg 5, Sybesma 24, Reese 5, J. Williams 25, E. Soderberg 4, Gonzales 17, B. Williams 5, Peppers 3, Alexander 2, Staten 3, Brisman 2.   Halftime score -- Centennial 38-22. Three-point goals -- Crenshaw 2, Gonzales 3, Reese, Staten, Peppers. Total fouls -- Colton 28, Centennial 16. Fouled out -- Celestian, Wilcox. Technical fouls -- none.  Centennial won the second game in pool play of the Centennial Holiday Classic. Jamaal Williams had 25 points and David Sybesma added 24 for the Huskies. Records: Centennial 7-0.

Moreno Valley 80, Santiago 57--Moreno Valley hit 10 three-pointers to win in the Centennial Holiday ClassicCORONA SANTIAGO (57) -- Simioli 5, LeDuc 22, M. Johnson 9, Cliett 9, L. Johnson 4, Hirsch 4, May 4.  MORENO VALLEY (80) -- Howard 19, Norwood 7, Brown 6, Ashley 7, Mann 4, Bundy 8, McNeil 5, Long 2, Bailey 11, Conley 9, Lynch 2.  Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 41-21. Three-point goals -- LeDuc 2, Howard 3, Conley 3, Bailey 3, McNeil. Total fouls -- Santiago 18, Moreno Valley 21. Fouled out -- L. Johnson. Technical fouls -- none.

Norco 55, San Gorgonio 48 --NORCO (55) -- Bond 6, Erickson 8, Smith 17, Loop 2, Reyes 2, Burghgraef 14, Valenzuela 6. SAN GORGONIO (48) -- Houston 13, White 11, Leach 2, Buckingham 11, Dowdy 11. Halftime score -- Norco 30-16. Three-point goals -- Bond, Smith 3, Houston 3, White, Buckingham. Total fouls -- Norco 11, San Gorgonio 11. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Norco 6-2. San Gorgonio 4-4.

Crescenta Valley Tournament

Crescenta Valley 79, Franklin 48-- James Jenkins had 29 points and 9 rebounds,  and Jimmy Goffredo scored 19 points for the Falcons (9-0).   Tim Kula and Harven Pari each added nine rebounds. Franklin 18 10 11 9 -- 48   Crescenta Valley 16 22 21 20 -- 79  FRANKLIN -- Cook 11, Rayne 3, Trivino 8, Martin 10, Gutierrez 9, Deno 4, Hernandez 2, Rosales 1.  Three-pointers: Cook 3, Gutierrez 2, Rayne, Deno.  CRESCENTA VALLEY -- Goffredo 19, Tarne 6, Kang 7, Kula 2, Jenkins 29, DerMugerdichian 3, Von Schmausen 8, Pari 5.  Three-pointers: Goffredo 3, DerMugerdichian.

Temple City 58, Quartz Hill 57--Eric Chin poured in 20 points. Temple City trailed by four points after the opening quarter (17-13) but rallied to grab a 29-27 halftime advantage.

El Dorado Gary Raya Classic Tournament

Diamond Ranch 75, Orange 20-- Playing without Khalief Ford, Diamond Ranch had no trouble at all as Kenneth Ubom scored 14 points, Aaron Williams had 12 and Daniel Knott added 10 for Diamond Ranch (4-0), which plays Aliso Niguel on Friday in the final game of pool play.   ORANGE (20) Lone 2, Neal 18, Wright 0, Hancock 0, Goldman 0. DIAMOND RANCH (75) Laurie 4, Aaron Williams (so.) 2, Banta 3, Coombs 8, Aaron Williams (sr.) 12, Ubom 14, Flagg 7, Lyons 4, Davis 7, Knott 10, Criscione 4. Orange 4 6 2 8 -- 20 Diamond Ranch 21 21 17 16 -- 75 Total fouls: O 17, DR 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none. 

Glendora Tournament #2

Glendora 63, Los Altos 55--Glendora (6-1) was led by a game-high 14 points from senior guard Lauren Smith.  The Tartans  also received 13 points from senior Kyle Bechler and 11 from Larry Monroe.  Los Altos' Darren Miyamoto scored 12 points and Josh Allen scored 10 as did Brandon Rogers

Claremont 73, Redlands 59-- Even though Redlands (5-2) won the tourney last year, Claremont (4-0) spoiled their chances to repeat as senior guard Sean Terrell scored 23 points, senior center Micah Lombard had 19 points, nine rebounds and five steals and junior forward Shaddean Aaron added 18 points.  The Wolfpack made 11 3-pointers in advancing past Redlands and into the semifinals, where it plays the winner of the Thousand Oaks/Cerritos Gahr game at 6:30 p.m. Friday night.   REDLANDS (57) Shannon Mackenzie 11, Fred Theus 2, Anthony Porter 5, Bryan Roberts 15, Deane Bell 2, Rickey Burgan 4, Alex Graham 18. CLAREMONT (73) White 6, Terrell 23, Green 3, Aaron 18, Wilburn 2, Wilson 2, Lombard 19.  Redlands 18 9 14 16 -- 57 Claremont 19 16 21 17 -- 73 Total fouls: R 15, C 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Consolation quarterfinals
Duarte 50, Arroyo 45--Alton Preston and Ray Rogers each scored 15 points as the Falcons (2-2) rallied to outscore Arroyo 17-11 in the final quarter for the victory.

Riverside Poly 68, Rowland 41 -- Riverside Poly's Josh Dunaj had 21 points and four assists in the consolation quarterfinals of the Glendora Tournament. Jeremy Lopez had 10 points for the Bears. ROWLAND (41) -- Pruitt 9, Barnes 7, Cable 5, Phillips 5, Long 5, Tucker 5, Edwards 5. RIVERSIDE POLY (68) -- Rangel 7, Tyson 1, Dunaj 21, Reinnesen 5, Salazer 2, Lopez 10, Wood 4, Russell 10, Vanalt 8. Halftime score -- Riverside Poly 35-16. Three-point goals -- Rangel, Dunaj, Reinnesen, Barnes, Cable, Phillips, Long, Phillips. Total fouls -- Riverside Poly 15, Rowland 10. Fouled out -- None. Records: Riverside Poly is 5-3. 

La Sierra Academy Tournament

Consolation semifinals

Ontario Christian 71, Orangewood Academy 64-- After trailing for most of the game, Ontario Christian (5-1) outscored Orangewood Academy 24-12 in the final quarter to pull away for the win. Matt Hoekstra scored a game-high 18 points while Knights teammate Bobby Gibson scored 13 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Ontario Christian will face Glendale in the consolation championship at 8 p.m. Thursday. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (71)  M. Hoekstra 18, Gibson 13, Fulkerson 12, Garcia 10, T. Hoekstra 8, Stone 5, Landry 5. ORANGEWOOD ACADEMY (64) Tamanaha 18, Mitchell 14, Limbeam 15, Jones 6, Melin 6, Moore 3, Warren 2. Ontario Chr. 17 17 13 24 -- 71 Orangewood Aca. 19 19 14 12 -- 64 Total fouls: OC 14. O 21. Fouled out: Warren (O). Technical fouls: none.

Semifinals
Woodcrest Christian 74, La Sierra Academy 64-- Trailing 18-10 after one quarter, Woodcrest Christian went to the full-court press, forced numerous turnovers and took a 34-31 halftime lead. The Royals then used their size advantage to pull away. Forwards Kevin Carpenter and James Daniel combined for 23 second-half points as the Royals advanced to their third tournament championship game in three weeks. Carpenter finished with a game-high 19 points and Daniel added 18 to lead Woodcrest Christian. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (74) -- Carpenter 19, Koning 9, Musich 12, Hawkins 1, Reyes 5, Burdett 2, Daniel 18, Pool 8. LA SIERRA ACADEMY (64) -- Castro 16, Moya 3, Gomez 4, Boloico 5, Verde 12, Kiemeney 13, Bullon 5, Smith 6.  Halftime score -- Woodcrest 34-31. Three-point goals -- Koning, Reyes, Verde 2, Boloico, Moya, Bullon. Total fouls -- Woodcrest Christian 15, La Sierra Academy 22. Fouled out -- Verde. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Woodcrest 6-2. La Sierra Academy 3-2. 

Arrowhead Christian Academy 56, Loma Linda Academy 51-- Adam Dohner had 23 points and Nick Goltry came up with 12 of his 16 points in the second half. But it was Dohner's defense on Ryan Prior, a transfer from East Valley, shutting LLA's guard down with just two points in the second half. LLA led by seven after the first quarter, then took a four-point lead into halftime. ACA couldn't get any closer than three or four points. Prior, who scored 11 points in the first half, along with backcourt mate Matt Campbell, each had 13 points. ACA - Adam Dohner 23 (9 rebounds), Nick Goltry 16 (8 rebounds), Chris Becerra 11 (4 assists), Josh Breckley 2 (10 rebounds), Adrian Cruz 2, Kevin Greene 2, Josh Cloud 0 (3 steals, 3 assists). Loma Linda - Ryan Prior 13, Matt Campbell 13, Jeremy Valdez 10, Devon Sandiford 9, Michael Stottlemyre 4, Kiff Rivinias 2. ACA record - 3-0.

Murrieta Valley Nighthawk Classic

Ontario 84, Yucaipa 40 --Cameron Munoz scored 16 of his 19 points in the first half as the Jaguars won their opening pool-play game at the Murrieta Valley Nighthawk Classic.  Marlon Mitchell scored a game-high 23 points for Ontario (3-3). The Jaguars, who led 43-17 at the half, play Arlington at 3 p.m. Thursday Ontario opened up a 14-0 lead and buried Yucaipa behind Marlon Mitchell's 23 points, five rebounds and five steals. Cameron Munoz scored 19, hitting five 3-pointers, to go along with four steals. ONTARIO (84) Rasheed 4, Marcel Mack 7, McKiernen 3, Munoz 19, Marcus Mack 6, Stepney 4, Mitchell 23, Alhadeff 4, Kinney 8, Dunn 5, Jackson 1. YUCAIPA (40) King 2, Lewis 2, Sardegna 2, Simmons 8, Watkins 9, Price 5, Orr 7, Brown 2, Renick 3. Ontario 18 25 20 21 -- 84 Yucaipa 4 13 12 11 -- 40 Total fouls: O 12, Y 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Fontana 74, Orange Glen 52--Shedrack Okoebor led Fontana (1-1) with 15 points and Trayvon Williams scored 10 points, grabbed eight rebounds and handed out seven assists. Cory McJimson scored 14 points and had 12 rebounds for the Steelers, who will face Temescal Canyon in the second round. FONTANA (74) Clayton 2, S. Okoebor 15, Davis 2, Gibson 4, Gallardo 10, McJimson 14, Williams 10, Mancha 6, Diggs 3, J. Okoebor 2, Crull 6. ORANGE GLEN (52) McKeithen 12, Calixto 6, Benavides 5, Thomas 6, Pochetti 9, Lemler 1, Phillips 3, Vartgess 1, Tartir 9. Fontana 20 24 23 7 -- 74 Orange Glen 12 12 6 22 -- 52 Total fouls: F 29, OG 10. Fouled out: Crull (F). Technical fouls: none.

Riverside King 70,  Cathedral City 66 -- Marvin Lea, a 6-foot-3 junior guard, surpassed his school record of 38 points set on Tuesday by scoring 45 points on Wednesday as the Wolves remained undefeated. Lea had 15 points in the fourth quarter as King jumped to a nine-point lead midway through the final period.  King won the second-round game in the Murrieta Valley tournament, and will play the winner of Fontana-Temescal Canyon at 6 p.m. Friday in the semifinal round.   CATHEDRAL CITY (66) -- DeVance 18, Lambert 11, Otteson 2, Gray 6, Shewmake 23, Matthews 6. RIVERSIDE KING (70) -- Aragbaye 3, Lea 45, Thomas 4, Roseborough 12, Doss 6, Ellis 0.  Halftime score -- Cathedral City 38-32. Three-point goals -- DeVance 3, Lambert, Matthews 2, Aragbaye, Lea 1, Roseborough 3. Total fouls -- Cathedral City 24, King 21. Fouled out -- Doss. Technical fouls -- .Records: Cathedral City 6-2, Riverside King 7-0.

Murrieta Valley 68, San Marcos 51--details not available. 

Oak Park Tournamnent

Oak Park 76, Faith Baptist 29-- Faith Baptist (29) — Case 15, Azdin 6, Ohanian 4, Greene 2, Alcantara 2. Oak Park (76) — G. Smith 20, Murphy 16, Adams 15, McNair 10, N. Smith 6, Crellin 3, B. Smith 2, Jensen 2, Liu 2. FB--8  2  10  9--29;  OP 28  18  17  13--76   3-Point field goals — Oak Park 9 (G. Smith 6, McNair 2, Crellin 1). Records — Oak Park 2-5.

Saugus 61, Royal 42--Elliot Behar scored 13 points to help the Centurions (4-3) win in the Oak Park tournament.
Robert Davis scored 12 points for the Highlanders (0-5). Royal (42) — Chang 2, Hendershot 8, Davis 12, Johnson 2, Neal 2, Cox 4, Farrell 2, Vondrak 10. Saugus (61) — Holmquist 11, Dahl 4, Behar 13, Choi 3, Fayer 4, Krosh 2, Burrelli 5, Newcomb 3, Mulzalski 15, Valle 1. Royal--7  13  10  12--42;  Saugus 10  17   14  20--61  3-Point goals — Saugus 4 (Holmquist 1, Behar 1, Mulzalski 2). Records — Royal 0-5, Saugus 4-3.

Alemany 55, Hueneme 44--Evan Cline scored 21 points and Gabriel Zamora added 17 for the Indians (2-3) in the Oak Park tournament.   Richard Jones scored 11 points for the Vikings (2-4). Alemany (55) — Suratte 2, Lischtman 4, Cline, 21, Ingram 7, Zamora, 14, Edwards 4 Hueneme (44) — Lugo 2, Lemos 7, Jones, 11, Orocio 10, Tuyor 4, Abarca 2, Forbes 8 Alemany-- 18 11  16   10--55;  Hueneme--9  13  13  9--44  3-Point goals — Alemany 6-9 (Cline 4-7, Ingram 1-1, Zamora 1-1). Hueneme 3-6 (Lomos 1-2, Orocio 2-4).

Dos Pueblos 74, Beverly Hills 52--Junior guard Steve Graybill poured in 25 points Wednesday to spark Dos Pueblos High to a 74-52 victory over Beverly Hills in the first round of the Oak Park boys basketball tournament. Senior guard Owen Cowan added 17 points and Scott Roeger had 11 for his third straight game in double figures. Kenny Sherman had six rebounds, Damon Jenkins contributed four assists and Cowan had five steals for the Chargers (5-1).  Charles Issacs, of Beverly Hills, led all scorers with 27 points. DOS PUEBLOS -- Cowan 17, Graybill 25, Roeger 11, Menna 9, Sherman 7, Jenkins 3, Dalley 2. Totals 26 12-15 74. BEVERLY HILLS -- Issacs 27, Chasen 9, Erz 4, Zacks 4, Haben 8. Totals 22 4-8 52. Dos Pueblos . . . 25 14 20 15 -- 74 Beverly Hills . . . 19 8 14 11 -- 52  3-point goals--DP 6 (Graybill 4, Cowan, Menna), BH 6 (Issacs 3, Chasen 2, Haben). Fouled out--None. Record--DP: 5-1.

Sonora -- North Orange County Championships

Whittier 59, Whittier Christian 46--Anthony Guzman scored a game-high 25 points as Whittier (3-6) won. Tim Albenu scored 11 points to lead the winless Heralds (0-4).

La Habra 60, Westminster 36--Carver Kennerson had 18 points and Sean McDonough 13 for La Habra in the consolation game. The Highlanders led by three at halftime, then outscored Westminster, 22-9, in the third quarter.  Ronnie Graham had 15 points for Westminster.

Paramount 62, Don Lugo 52--The Conquistadores were outscored by eight points in the decisive third quarter. Andy Galindo scored 17 points and Garet Hill added 16 points and 12 rebounds for Don Lugo (3-5), which is 0-2 in the tournament.  Charles Booth had 20 points to lead Paramount.PARAMOUNT (62) Hilton 4, Wicker 6, Frierson 3, Sandoval 15, Rodriguez 6, Rosby 6, Booth 20, Espy 2. DON LUGO (52) Deseran 2, Galindo 17, Jones 3, Guzik 9, Hill 16, Fender 3, Snyder 2. Paramount 13 12 19 18 -- 62 Don Lugo 10 15 11 16 -- 52 Total fouls: P 12, DL 10. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none. 

Valencia 62, St. Paul 36--Emmanuel Ortega scored a game-high 15 points and Ben Jones added 11 to lead the Tigers (5-3) to a second-round victory. St. Paul scoring: Serna 2, Cepida 7, Gonzalez 5, Holloway 7, Roman 4, O'Neill 7, Gomez 2, Chavez 2. 

Consolation Bracket
Paramount 62, Don Lugo 52--With the score tied at halftime, the Conquistadores (3-5) came out flat in the third and were outscored 19-11 as Paramount took the game. Andy Galindo had a team-high 17 points and Garet Hill scored 16 and pulled down 12 rebounds for Don Lugo. 

Ganesha 66, Savanna 49--Michael Eferberha scored 21 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, and Chris Reeves scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift Ganesha (2-4). The Giants will face Paramount in the next round. SAVANNA (49) Smith 4, Huifi 4, Woods 10, Weston 12, Wadood 6, Taylor 3, Brown 4, Watson 6. GANESHA (66) Evans 2, Tolbert 2, Tyus 11, Eferberha 21, Ike 11, Reeves 19. Savanna 14 14 8 13 -- 49 Ganesha 15 16 16 19 -- 66 Total fouls: S 12, G 10. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Santiago 53, Santa Ana Valley 47--David Nguyen scored a game-high 26 points to lead the Cavaliers (1-6) in a consolation-round game. David Werdel scored 16 points and Alex Oregel 14 for the Falcons.

Laguna Hills 63, El Modena 53-- Laguna Hills improved to 7-3 with the win. Sherman had 22, and Lee 13.  El Modina was led by Robinson with 15.

Long Beach Millikan 80, Los Amigos 54-- Millikan was led by Moore with 28. Los Amigos' Peter Vu had 37 to lead all scorers. Los Amigos dropped to 4-4.

Troy 70, Damien 60--Nate Gilkes scored a game-high 23 points, and Amit Palta added 14 to lead the host Warriors (4-4).

Bellflower 61, Sunny Hills 56--Bellflower impvoed to 5-1 with the win behind Bradford's 14 points and Hendrix' 20. Sunny Hills dropped to 5-2.

California 66, Western Christian 48--details not available.

Valley Christian Cerritos 77, Glenn 66-- VC scoring: Cramer 7, Weaver 2, Benson 6, Keil 2, Joo 7, Lovinger 19, Brink 7, Osborne 9, Swain 14, Kuyper 4.  Glenn scoring: Conroad 18, Garcia 5, Moore 22, Matta 12, Halong 7, Harrington 2.

Tarbut V'Torah Gelman Hoop Classic Tournament  

Fairmont 76, Liberty Christian 48--William Washington had 31 points and Davis Shu 20 for Fairmont (10-1), which led, 39-22, at halftime in the pool-play game and will play Tarbut V' Torah for the championship today at 6:30.

Tarbut V' Torah 63, Long Beach Zinsmeyer 47--Noam Dashti had 25 points and 15 rebounds, Geoff Keith had four three-pointers and finished with 22 points, and Aaron Hahn had 10 points and 13 rebounds for host Tarbut V' Torah (8-0).

Upland Tournament

Pool Play

Upland 96, West Covina 38--The host Highlanders (6-1) took a 27-point lead at halftime and rolled to a pool-play victory at the Upland Tournament. West Covina managed just 11 second-half points.  Kirk Snyder led the way with 18 points and 12 rebounds, while Sheldon Pace had 11 points and nine assists. Five Upland players scored in double figures. WEST COVINA (38) La Bomme 13, Ginna 8, Brown 6, Tiratira 4, Garcia 4, Staunton 3. UPLAND (96) Pace 11, Rash 6, Pruitt 13, Hatter 12, Hathaway 2, J. Harris 8, P. Harris 13, Snyder 18, Williams 7, Davis 4, Martin 2.   West Covina 12 12 7 7 -- 38 Upland 25 26 30 15 -- 96 Total fouls: WC 15, U 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Canyon Springs 54, Alta Loma 50 --Richard Cobbs hit two free throws with two minutes remaining in the game to snap a 48-48 tie, and Jason Braxton a 15-foot jumper with 1:15 remaining to lift Canyon Springs to a quarterfinal victory in the Upland tournament. Cobbs had 11 rebounds and Braxton had 10 rebounds. The Braves (1-6) came back from 16 down to get to within one early in the fourth, but could not complete the comeback in falling to Canyon Springs. Sean Moore scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, while Lance Evans had 10 points to lead Alta Loma, which will face Rialto on Friday night. ALTA LOMA (50) Patterson 6, Richardson 4, Campbell 2, Yaisreal 1, Moore 16, Evans 10, Cade 2, Hynes 9. Canyon Springs 10 20 14 10 -- 54 Alta Loma 12 11 14 13 -- 50 Total fouls: CS 25, AL 18. Fouled out: Taylor (CS), Yaisreal (AL). Technical fouls: Smith (CS) CANYON SPRINGS (54) -- Braxton 15, Cobbs 21, Smith 13, Rispers 0, Taylor 0, James 1, Wood 2, Arnwino 2.  Halftime score -- Canyon Springs 30-23. Three-point goals -- Cobbs 3, Smith. Total fouls -- Canyon Springs 23, Alta Loma 15. Fouled out -- Yaisrael, Taylor. Technical fouls -- Smith. Records: Canyon Springs 2-1.

Redlands East Valley 71, Rancho Cucamonga 57 --details not available.

Rialto 83, Los Angeles Locke 60 --details not available.

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