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Game Scores and Details From
Thursday 12/14/00--(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-- Thursday 12/14/00

Liberty League
Buckley 88, Viewpoint 37
--The Griffins (7-1, 2-0) extended their unbeaten streak of league games to 22 (including a 14-0 run last season)  behind 19 points and 9 rebounds from Colin Ward-Henninger (6'-4" Sr. G/F) and 15 points, 9 assists and 7 steals from David Gale (6'-1" Jr. PG).  Viewpoint dropped to 1-6 overall, 0-2 in league. The Griffins had four players in double figures, including Ward-Henninger with 19, Gale 15, and Alex Clancy and Tristan Seisa each with 11 points and 4 steals and sophomore Tristan Seisa with 11.  Senior guard Royal Weaver had 9 points and 6 steals for the Griffins.  Viewpoint was plauged by turnovers and could not deal with the half-court trapping defense, committing 12 in the third quarter, and more than 25 in the game.   None of the Griffin starters played in the fourth quarter.  Other Buckley scorers: Brian Lalezarian 2, Steve Broukhim 2,  Nick Brar 3, Matt Wolf 7, Murali Sivalingam 7, Alberto Snaidero 2.  Viewpoint:  J. Murray 8, Gordon 2, Chizever 7, Binder 5, Lazar 5, Roy 4, B. Murray 6.  Buckley (88)--21  23  30   14--88;  Viewpoint (37)--8  10  4  15--37.

Holy Martyrs 56, Windward 43--Holy Martyrs managed to stave off a furious comeback by the Wildcats, and the Armens remain undefeated at 5-0 overall, 1-0 in league. Windward trailed 28-19 at the half, but then outscored the Armens 19-10 in the third quarter to tie the score at 38-38.  But in the fourth quarter, HM ouscored Windward (4-4, 0-2)  81-5 to seal the win.  Holy Martyrs was led by Rostamian with 29, Borugian 6, Dukmajian 15, Darkjian 3, and Sarkissian 3;  Windward scoring:  Pregerson 2, Sarbaz 8, Foley 2, Yadegaran 3, Jackson 12, Mann 16.

Valley League
Valley Torah 80, Coutin 25
--VT scoring: Goldberger 19, Goldman 14 and 6 assists, Katz 12 and 11 rebounds, D. Markush 4, Gabay 9, Koski 14, O. Markush 1, Rubenstein 5, Rebibo 2.  Coutin: Bonslater 5, Spears 2, Espinosa 10, Gutierrez 4, Hustava 2, Foster 2.  Coutin--2  4  11  8--25;  VT--17  21  17   25--80.

Westside League
Milken 61, West LA Baptist 55

Southern Section Non-League Games--Thursday, 12/14/00

Bloomington Christian 65, Upland Christian 53--Bryan Cromer scored 10 points and Nick Roberds added 12 points in the loss for Upland Christian (2-4). BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (65) Martin 33, Brown 2, Smith 8, Rollings 9, J. Jordan 7, Eutfey 2, K. Jordan 4. UPLAND CHRISTIAN (53) Chiappone 7, Cromer 10, Roberds 12, Ochoa 6, Armella 10, Sears 3, Paddleford 5. Bloomington Chr. 19 20 13 13 -- 65 Upland Chr. 9 15 9 20 -- 53 Total fouls: BC 20, UC 21. Fouled out: Roberds (UC). Technical fouls: Roberds (UC), Paddleford (UC).

Canyon 75, Lancaster 69--Matt Nelsen scored 27 of his 34 points in the first half and hit eight of nine three-point shots for the Cowboys in a nonleague game at Canyon. Lancaster:  Wright 18, Gamboa 17, Webb 11, Thorton 10, Meyers 7, Ross-Edwwards 2, Golden 2, James 2.  Can--Nelsen 34, Haggerty 13 and 6 assists, Eichten 11, Dadidson 6, Cox 3, Grucelski 6, Gray 2.   Records:  Lancaster 4-2, Canyon 6-3.  Lan--21  17  13   18--69;  Can--27  19  14  15--75.

Pasadena Marshall 72, Blair 68--The Eagles, led by Hassan Moody's 16 points, emerged with the win. The Vikings got 28 points from Darryl Strawberry Jr. Marshall:  Chris Strings 6, Harvester Harris 14, Bryson Haynes 12, CJ Edwards 8, Don Daniels 6, Kenny Lumpkin 8, Hassan Moody 16.   Blair:  Dou9glas Ealy 10, Adam Rodriguez 8, Kenneth Norris 10, Robbie Tucker 7, Prentiss Smith 2, Darryl Strawberry Jr. 28.  Mar--21  14  16  21   --72;  Blair  19  12  13  24-0-68.  Marshall:   5-2. 

New Roads 64, AGBU 57--details not available.

Orangewood Academy 62, Mesa Grande Academy--OA:   Mitchell 20, Warren 4, Tamanaha 7, Moore 6, Lendeen 5, Jones 2, Melin 10, Mechado 4, Esparza 4. ;  Mesa Grande: Dickenson 5, Knight 14, Nielson 3, Partin 76, roth 1, Bristol 3.

Ramona 80, Paloma Valley 50 --Despite a slow start, Ramona rebounded to build a 13-point lead at halftime. Ten players scored for the Rams, who pulled away in the second half of this non-league game. Walter Carr led all scorers with 21 points.  RAMONA (80) -- Henry 13, Lewis 4, Downey 13, Valentine 6, Carr 21, Mosqueda 4, Fletcher 1, Alex 14, Wilder 1, Diaz 3. PALOMA VALLEY (50) -- Hall 2, Ogo 2, Mejia 14, McNulty 8, Malone 2, Occhino 4, Schroder 18. Halftime score -- Ramona 39-26. Three-point goals -- McNulty 2, Henry, Downey. Total fouls -- Ramona 14, Paloma Valley. Fouled out -- Narcisse. Records: Ramona is 5-5. Paloma Valley 1-7.

Rim of the World 111, Kaiser 110 (2OT)--KAISER (110) -- Acevedo 16, Jo. Fajarda 4, Smith 26, Ja. Fajarda 19, Wade 17, G. Williams 12, S. Williams 14, Davidson 2. RIM OF THE WORLD (111) -- George 32, Urbina 2, Creswell 23, Jurado 8, Oliver 19, Rattet 3, Hartsock 2. Halftime score -- Kaiser 46-41. End of Regulation -- 90-90. End of first overtime -- 101-101. Three-point goals -- Smith 3, Ja. Fajarda, George 2, Oliver 3, Rattet. Total fouls -- Kaiser 24, Rim of the World 21. Fouled out -- Ja.Fajarda, Jurado. Technical fouls -- None.

Rubidoux 88, Colton JV 26 -- no details available.

Westlake 76, Serra 61--Westlake scoring: Mazarei 5, Gelke 6, Kole Anderson 24, Weidner 8, Bjurstrom 2, Entrikan 5, Amoroso 6, Young 2, Tyler Adamczyk 9, Brandon Duplessie 6.  Westlake 4-2;  Serra scoring not available.

Westview 44, Skyward Christian 41--Westview scoring: Johnson 20, Benson 13, Teegaurden 7, Scruggs 2, Eisenberg 2;   SC--Bosworth 7, Burch 4, Torres 15, Urik 4, Shannon 1, Peterson 4, Pile 2, Newman 4.  Westview:  6-1; SC  0-3.

LA City Section League & Non-League Games-- Thursday 12/14/00

Magnet League
Sherman Oaks CES 73, Micckel College 70
--Jonathan Serber scored 31 for CES which improved to 5-4.  Marcus of MC scored 30, and Stanley 18, while Andrew had 14.   CES scoring; Serber 31, Lima 7, Ruiz 4, Harold 2, Ju. Cannon 8, Smith-Edmund 9, Buchanan 8, Ja. Cannon 4.

Bravo 86, Elizabeth St. 37 --no details available.

LACES 78, Downtown Business 28--no details available.

Western League
Palisades 79, Hamilton 52
--no details available.

Non-League
Taft 66, Banning 47
--Steve Smith had 29 points and 10 rebounds and the Toreadors romped at Taft Mustafa Asghari had 18 points and five steals for Taft (5-2).   Banning: Saavedra 8, Lyles 7, Tunu 2, Mejia 4, Aguirre 13, Perry 3, Lopez 3, Mondragon 3.  Taft scoring: Asghari 18 and 5 steals, Smith 29 and 10 rebounds, Davis 2, Marshall 2, Vaughn 10, Javaherian 3, Robbins 2.  Taft:  17  11  22   16--66;  Banning 10  18  15  14--47.

Tournament GamesGames-- Thursday 12/14/00

Anaheim Convention Center Tournament

Quarterfinals
Villa Park 55, Cypress 30-- The Spartans' victory over Cypress means they play in the championship semifinals against Capistrano Valley Friday night at 8 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Sean Phaler (6'-9" So. F) hit three three-pointers, and finished with 13 points.  Brice Prather (6'-8" Jr. F) scored 12. Matt Reid led Cypress with 13 points. Villa Park is now 7-0, and Capistrano Valley is 3-0

Newport Harbor 41, Magnolia 37-- Newport Harbor (8-1) were led by Tony Melum with 18 points, and Aaron Yarnal who scored 12 points, 5 rebounds and two assists.  NH will play El Toro (8-0) tonight at 6:20 p.m. Jordan Spigner scored 7 points, all in the fourth quarter.  Geoffrey Clayton scored 15 for Magnolia (3-5). Newport Harbor 8 7 10 16 - 41 Magnolia 2 10 20 5 - 37  Newport Harbor - Melum 18, Yarnal 12, Spigner 7, Perrine 3, Pajevic 1, Peterson 0, Young 0, Cameron 0. 3-pt. goals - Spigner 1. Fouled out - None. Technicals - None. Magnolia - Clayton 15, Bryant 14, Coleman 6, Diaz 2. 3-pt. goals - Clayton 1, Bryant 1. Fouled out - None. Technicals - None.

El Toro 78, Katella 54--Matt Green (6'-8" Sr. C) scored 22 points and pulled down 15 boards and Ashkan Nazeri scored 18, Chris Fairbanks had 12 rebounds for the Chargers (8-0). The Knights drop to 6-1.

Capistrano Valley 67, Esperanza 61--Matt Sweany made four three-pointers and had 22 points, and Jeff Gloger scored 19 points for Capistrano Valley (3-0). Mark Davidson led Esperanza (3-5) with 14 points.

Brea Olinda 89, Bolsa Grande 67--Led by Landon Lewis with a season-high 35 points, the Wildcats defeated the Matadors (0-7).  Evan Moore added 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Brea (3-3).

Consolation
Anaheim 65, Servite 64
--Quinn Hawking scored on an offensive rebound with 13 seconds remaining to win the consolation game. Hawking finished with 38 points.

Los Alamitos 58, Foothill 55 -- Los Al :  Capp 1, Paranal 2, Courtemarche 18, Whalley 2, Lotman 7, Martini 5, Yarger 2, Rakusin 21.  FH--Edwards 3, B. Bigler 2, Whipple 1, Bangs 3, C. Bigler 36, Flores 9.  LA--12  10  24  12  -58;  FH--18  9  8   20--55

Mission Viejo 67, Orange Lutheran 53--Travis Neisen scored 27 points as the Diablos defeated the Lancers.

Alhambra Tournament

Pool Play
Santa Fe 53, Northview 49--Three players scored in double figures as the Chiefs held on for the close victory. Robert Ruiz led Santa Fe (6-3) with 17 points. John Fanidara scored 14 and Pablo Mendoza had 10 to help the Chiefs overcome Martell Nelson's game-high 21 points. Daniel Marasigar had 15 points for the Vikings, who held a slim advantage after the first half but could not hold on.

Bishop Amat 49, Cerritos 30--Cerritos:   Steve Hsu 8, Jason Convento 6, Jeff Brown 4, Kevin Sohn 6, Nishant Gandhi 2, Dale Logan 4;  BA--Joosh Myles 5, David Pierson 1, Henry Largaespada 5, Alex Gomez 9, David Thompson 2, Randy Jimenez 4, Paul Porter 7, John Haywood 7, Wesley Walker 6, Andrew Soto 2, George Balderas 1.  Cerr--6  10  8  6--30;  BA --9   11  19  10--49.

Monrovia 62, Gabrielino 39--Mon:   Steffon Barron 4, Richard Bourne 4, Germaine Dixon 6, Dante Farrowcannon 2, Thomas Herring 10, Bryant Markson 11,  Ryan O'Hara 13, Mike Secci 4, David Jones 8.   Gab--Earnest Ruiz 2, Ryan Carey 2, Frank Zheng 2, Ted Suda 9, Jose Castro 6, Jeff Lim 5, Sean Carey 11, Mon--11  15  20  14--62;  Gab--5  8   10  13--39.  Monrovia 7-0;  Gabrielino 2-4.

Alhambra 47, South El Monte 41--S. El:   Victor Gomez 10, Omar Barraza 2, Edwin Medina 7, Jerry Earnarripa 5, Luis Chavez 4, Rudy Sotelo 11, Edgar Velasco 2.   Al--Erich Chung 5, Kiet Tran 3, Johnny Tran 3, Marcus Harris 7, Edwin Rosario 6, Chris Miller 15, Terry Tram 4, Matt Contreras 4.   S. El--9  8  9   15--412;  Sl--9  11  11   16--47. South El Monte 1-5;  Alhambra 6-2.

Avalon Catalina Classic Tournament

Pool Play
Delphi Academy 47, Pilgrim 31
--no details available.

Julian 70, Avalon 61 (OT)--Julian: Cauzza 15, Mallon 6, Fischer 14, Coil 7, Frazier 12, Gannon 3, Paddock 11;  Avalon:   Hall 9, Walker 8, Harrell 19, Hernandez 13, Pushing 2, Martin 10.  J--10   16  11  20  13--70;  Ava--19  7  14  17   4--61.

Azusa Tournament

Bonita 42, Azusa 24-- Bonita held Azusa scoreless in the first quarter. Ramsey Jarrar led the Bearcats with 8 points and 11 rebounds and Chris Dean added 9 points, 6 boards and 4 blocks. Bonita (5-2) will play in the Championship game tonight against Charter Oak, after beating Azusa yesterday in a semifinal contest. BONITA (42) Jarrar 8, Kannan 7, Dean 9, Johnson 6, Clark 4, Macaulay 1, Hagman 4, Wyrick 3.AZUSA (24) Myricks 11, West 1, Stout 8, Lalemond 2, Humphrey 2. Bonita 15 8 7 12 -- 42 Azusa 0 11 6 7 -- 24 Total fouls: B 12, A 17. Fouled out: Robinson (A). Technical fouls: none.

Diamond Bar 68, Chaffey 55 -- Jordan Holmes scored 16 points and Dominic Robinson added 15 points and seven assists in leading the Brahmas past the Tigers. Mark Jecmen had 11 points and Matt Brunell contributed 10.  Mike Miranda paced Chaffey with 13 points, while Daryl Sconiers finished with 11.

Rosemead 52, Gladstone 51 (OT)--Rosemead:   Albert Cordona 2, Mario Cobian 5, Tim Ou 8, Steve Megliorino 4, Kevin Chang 15, Richard Van Zandt 16, Phillip Negay 2.   Gladstone:  Darrell White 25, Dominique Nevers 17, Freddy Gonzalez 5, Lamont Alexander 4.  Rose--14  17   9  8  4--52;  Glad--9  12  15  11  4--51.

Covina 69, Boys Republic 42

Bell Jeff Tournament

Bell Jeff 62, Verdugo Hills 37--Casey Markovic had 17 points and Tyler Kealey had 10 and 11 rebounds 9 asissts.  romel Cabrera scored 9, Andy Bunning 8, Johnson 4, Tony Essa 4, Natorianni 4, Pedraja 4, and Argento 2.  Verdugo scoring: Lee 2, Peralos 2, Son 2, Dagman 12, Gupilan 2, Mamon 3, McCauley 4, Castro 10.  Bell Jeff improved to 6-2.

Carpinteria 33rd Annual Holiday Classic

First Round

Bishop Diego 67, Pasadena Poly 61----Jason Renick connected with Patrick Minehan for three straight baskets in a 10-0 run as Bishop rallied from a 50-41 fourth quarter deficit.  Renick finished with 20 points, as did Korsan while Minehan had 11, all in the fourth quarter. Pasadean Poly was led by Matt Sargeant (6'-4" Fr. G/F) who had a game high 27 points. PASADENA POLY -- Archibong 7, Sargeant 27, Marshall Duncan 19,  Chris Bateman 2, Brett Nungesser 6. Totals 18 16-22 61. BISHOP DIEGO -- Renick 20, Jahangir 2, Perez 2, Minehan 11, Brown 4, Korsan 20, Cavaletto 8. Totals 16 20-32 67. Pasadena Poly . . . 14 12 20 15 -- 61 Bishop Diego . . . 9 15 14 29 -- 67  3-point goals-- PP 4 (Sargcant 3, Archibong 3), BD 4 (Renick 2, Minehan 2). Fouled out--none. Records--BD 4-2.

Mission Prep 85, Carpinteria 35-- Mission Prep, 6-1 dominated the game from start to finish. Gerald Purify scored 16 of his 22 points in the first half and 6-8 junior center Souleymane Troure, scored 7 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.  Grant Bell added 17 points for Mission Prep (San Luis Obispo), including three 3-pointers. Carpinteria, 1-6, was led by Scott Lopez with nine points and Matt Stockton with eight. MISSION PREP -- Walker 9, Purify 22, Bostich 2, Scruggs 1, Hitchcock 3, Loughrun 12, Truore 7, Bell 17, Clarke 8, Negranti 2, Ketcham 2. Totals 34 14-17 85. CARPINTERIA -- S.  Lopez 9, E.  Lopez 3, Savoy 7, Bright 3, Hernandez 1, J.  Lopez 2, Bre.  Zoldos 6, Horton 2, Stockton 8, Lamar 2. Totals 15 3-7 35. Mission Prep . . . 24 23 19 23 -- 85  Carpinteria . . . 12 6 6 11 -- 35  3-point goals -- MP 3 (Bell 3), C 2 (E. Lopez, Savoy). Fouled out--none. Records--C 1-6, MP 6-1.

Rosamond 68, LA Baptist 58--LAB--Sanders 23, Tillman 10, Madigan 9, Petersen 14, Rice 2;  Rosamond--Monroe 9, Tunell 7, Cooper 11, Murray 16, Givens 3, Harris 8, Kees 14.    LAB--11  12  18   17--58;  Ros--22  19  13  14--68  Records: LAB 6-1; Rosamond 7-3.

Santa Ynez 52, Brentwood 45 --Matt McKinney scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half to lead the Pirates to the first-round victory. McKinney also grabbed 13 rebounds. Mike Wooten added 13 points and Clint Billings 11 for Santa Ynez, which plays Bishop Diego in tonight's semifinals. BRENTWOOD -- Chambers 8, Kussman 15, Nishimora 2, Turner 4, Egwuatu 6, Bak 6, Rapore 2, Henry 2. SANTA YNEZ -- Bractcher 8, Muller 2, Gilmour 1, Wooten 13, McKiney 17, Billings 11. Brentwood . . . 8 8 18 11 -- 45 Santa Ynez . . . 14 12 10 16 -- 52 3-point goals--B 1 (Kussman), SY 2 (Billings 2). Total fouls-- B15, SY 14. Fouled out--None. Record--Santa Ynez 3-4.

Chatsworth Winter War on the Floor Tournament

Semifinal
Simi Valley 70, Chatsworth 60--Simi Valley managed to remain unbeaten at 6-0   with the win yesterday over Chatsworth (4-4), and earned the right to face unbeaten Dorsey (7-0) tonight in the Championship game of the tournament at 7:30 p.m. at Chatsworth HS. Dustin Villepigue (6'-9" Sr. PF) who has signed with Gonzaga for next season, led Simi Valley with 27 points; Jared Weaver had 12, as did Nick Grandchamp and Ryan Bradshaw, who scored all 12 of his points on three-pointers.   Chatsworth point guard Shane Berry finished with 19 points, Scott Johnston 16, Deshawn Marshall 12 and Brandon Robinson 10.  Simi: Bradshaw 12, Villapieuge 27 and 16 rebounds, Weaver 12, Martin 3, Masredigian 2, Grandchamp 12, Duarte 2;  Chatsworth: Berry 21, Robinson 10, Johnston 14, Marshall 12, Davis 3.  SV--27  10  22  11--70;  Chat.--19   11  15  11--60.

Dorsey 93, Reseda 69-- Dorsey (7-0) was led by Donald Wilson with 17 points, Simms with 14, Michael Wilds 12, Gibson 3 and 8 rebounds, Flournoy 9 and 7 assists, fountain 13 and 10 rebounds, Andrew-Bey with 8 and 5 steals, Battle 2, and Dorsey 1.  Reseda (4-5) was hampered when Nashid Beard (6'-8" Sr. F) suffered a sprained ankle in the first quarter and was out the rest of the game.   Reseda was led by Sergi Lepiashinski with 31 points (5 three pointers).   Dorsey 24  18  30  21--93;  Reseda 15  19  19   16--69. 

Fresno Edison 69, El Camino Real 41-- Edison was led by Myles with 20, Potts 11, Heaner 6 and 4 steals, Tatum 7 and 9 rebounds, Sims 6, Thornton 4, Stamps 5 and Fullmer 10;  ECR : Chris Manson 10 and 9 rebounds, Bloom 2, Jae 3 and 6 assists, Catoe 8, Bebibo 8, Williams 2, Thomson 2, Griffith 6.  ECR fell to 4-3 while Edison improved to 6-3. Edison:  6  24  13  26--69; ECR--6  11  10  14--41.

Garfield 76, Canoga Park 66-- Garfield improved to 5-3 with the win behind Velez' game-high 25 points. Canoga Park (2-4) was led by Dante Witherspoon 16, Walter Burch 13 and 6 assists, Cecil Brown 10 and Maurice Neal 10 and 4 steals. Other scorers for CP were Henderson 1, Lopez 2, Burnet 9, Geiger 4, Manary 1.   Garfield scoring: Castgeneda 6, Velez 25 and  4 blocks, Bracamontes 1 and 7 assists, Serrano 4 and 4 streals, Rodriguez 2, Macias 4 and 6 assists, Durarte 1, Hillman 3, Gutierrez 24. Garfield --18  22  12  24--76; CP--22  9  15   20--66. 

Corona Centennial Classic

Pool Play

Moreno Valley 70, San Gorgonio 60--Moreno Valley advances to the third place game of the Centennial Holiday Classic against Temecula Valley at 6:30. Moreno Valley 70, San Gorgonio 60 --SAN GORGONIO (60) -- Houston 13, Walker 7, White 5, Leach 9, Daigle 2, Buckingham 8, Sherman 2, Dawdy 14. MORENO VALLEY (70) -- Howard 26, Clarke 6, Norwood 1, Lynch 1, Conley 11, Brown 10, Ashley 10, Bailey 2, Mann 1, Long 2.  Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 33-31. Three-point goals -- Houston 3, Howard. Total fouls -- San Gorgonio 20, Moreno Valley 19. Fouled out -- Houston.   

Norco 75, Santiago 69--Senior Eric Valenzuela scored a career-high 43 points to lift Norco to a victory in the third round of pool play in the Corona Centennial Tournament. Valenzuela, a 6-foot-6 center, had 16 rebounds and was 9 of 9 from the free-throw line NORCO (75) -- Bond 3, Cuadra 3, Erickson 2, Smith 8, Reyes 7, Ogunyoku 6, Valenzuela 43, Graves 3.  SANTIAGO (69) -- Simpson 10, Griffin 21, LeDuc 11, Johnson 6, Cliett 13, Locke 6. Halftime score -- Norco 37-36. Three-point goals -- Reyes, Simpson 2, Griffin 4, LeDuc. Total fouls -- Norco 22, Santiago 15. Fouled out -- Griffin, Reyes. Technical fouls -- Valenzuela. Records: Norco 7-2. Santiago 3-5.

Corona Centennial 95, Temecula Valley 52-- Jamaal Williams scored a game-high 26 points to help Centennial defeat Temecula Valley and advance to the championship round of the Centennial Tournament. TEMECULA VALLEY (52) -- Menacio 7, Hodge 1, Combs 6, Cooper 1, Louis 5, Shephard 8, Watson 8, Bomar 10, Forrest 6. CENTENNIAL (95) -- L.Soderberg 5, Peppers 3, Smith 2, Sybesma 15, Gonzales 9, Reese 10, J.Williams 26, Spaten 4, Brisman 2, B.Williams 13, E.Soderberg 6.  Halftime score -- Centennial 56-19. Three-point goals -- Mencio, Shephard 2, Peppers, Gonzales, B. Williams. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 31, Centennial 19. Fouled out -- Forrest, Baduc. Technical fouls -- Centennial bench.  Records: Centennial 8-0

Colton 69, Norte Vista 58 --Colton advances to the fifth place game of the Centennial Holiday Classic to play against San Gorgonio at 5:00. Norte Vista will play Corona Santiago in the seventh place game at 3:30.NORTE VISTA (58) -- W.Horn 17, Hanley 21, Rigsby 10, Fiveash 2, Lawrenze 2, J.Horn 4, Carter 2.   COLTON (69) -- Pinkney 19, Wilcox 6, Celestion 2, Jones 11, Alonzo 5, Vingua 5, Sorensen 3, Crenshaw 18. Halftime score -- Colton 39-32. Three-point goals -- Hanley 3, Crenshaw 4, Jones, Vingua. Total fouls -- Norte Vista 15, Colton 12. Fouled out -- J.Horn.   

Crescenta Valley 13th Annual Falcon Classic Tournament

Crescenta Valley 86, San Clemente 83 (OT)-- The trio of scorers for Crescenta Valley (10-0) continue to win despite not playing as well defensively as they are capable, this time giving San Clemente its first loss of the season.  This time it was an overtime win, and was led by the same three players:   Jimmy Goffredo (6'-0" So. SG) scored 27 points (including 6 in overtime), Chris Tarne (6'-1" Jr. G) had 23, and James Jenkins (6'-7" Sr. F) had 21. The Falcons will play Quartz Hill in the finals Friday night at 7:30 tonight, and should be the favorite to win. San Clemente plays Temple City in the third-place game at 6:15 p.m.  Tim Burnette led the Tritons (7-1) with 18 points in the pool-play game. Eli Owens of San Clemente hit the two free throws with 43 seconds to play in regulation which sent the game into overtime. San Clemente 21 10 22 20 10 83 Crescenta Valley 17 18 18 20 13 86 SAN CLEMENTE -- Fleener 13, Owens 11, Gomez 4, Hartman 16, Bush 13, Jones 4, King 2, Gardner 2, Burnette 18.  Three-pointers: Hartman 2, Bush, Fleener.  CRESCENTA VALLEY -- Goffredo 27, Tarne 23, Kang 4, Kula 4, Jenkins 21, Pari 7.  Three-pointers: Tarne 2, Goffredo.

Quartz Hill 63, LA Marshall 33 --This is what the Daily News had for a box, which is pretty screwy, since these are obviously first names:  Marshall:  Timmy 9, Alonso 8, Derrell 4, Osiris 10.  The DN did a little better with QH:  Lankford 7, A. Johnson 5, Williams 2, Foster 2, T. Johnson 19, Porter 4, M. Williams 14, Harrell 6.  

Temple City 49, El Monte 48--no details available.

Franklin 62, LA (Sun Valley) Poly 60--no details available.

El Dorado Gary Raya tournament

El Dorado 65, Corona 37--Mike Wulff scored 14 points, David Patten and Kyle Miller each had 12, Kevin Cook 11 for El Dorado (7-1). CORONA (37) -- Brown 4, Nixon 2, Verdusco 5, Morrow 7, Smith 3, Hyun 2, Dias 5, Gonzalez 9. EL DORADO (65) -- Burnett 2, Miller 12, Patton 12, Cook 11, Lehnert 6, Wulff 14, Bull 8. Halftime score -- El Dorado 34-11. Three-point goals -- Verdusco, Smith, Gonzalez, Miller 4, Wulff. Total fouls -- Corona 21, El Dorado 17. Fouled out -- Gartner. Technical fouls -- Corona bench.  Records: Corona 2-6. El Dorado 7-1.

Warren 74, Chino 42--Chino: Aleman 5, Nafis 2, Dominguez 12, White 8, Klinkert 1, Marcey 8, Malone 4, Putnam 2.  Warren: Schull 2, Assibey 12, Hobbensiefken 23, Taylor 3, Fairweather 8, Kjokovic 2, Anderson 9, Boyd 13.   Chino --8  6  18 10--42;  Warren --16  20  17   21--74.

Glendora Tournament #2

Second Round
Thousand Oaks 65, Gahr 45

Etiwanda 60, San Dimas 55--Jonathan Boyd shot 5-9 in the second half and finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead Etiwanda to the win. Etiwanda (5-3) advances to play Glendora in the semifinals Friday night at 8:20 p.m. at Glendora. San Dimas (5-1) was led by Jason Greenlee's 20 points. Paul Marshall and Curtis Small added 11 points each for the Saints.

Redlands 65, Los Altos 57--Ricky Burgan scored 12 of his 19 points in the second half as Redlands cameback from a 4-point halftime deficit to defeat Hacienda Heights Los Altos in the fifth-place semifinals of the Glendora Tournament. REDLANDS (65) -- Parsha 3, MacKenzie 4, Porter 7, Roberts 20, Kaura 2, Burgan 19, Graham 10.  LOS ALTOS (57) -- Lee 5, D. Rogers 3, McMath 3, B. Rogers 9, Mitamoto 4, Allen 13, Garcia 11, Campbell 9. Halftime score -- Los Altos 33-29. Three-point goals -- Parsha, MacKenzie, Porter, Roberts, D. Rogers, McMath, Mitamoto, Garcia, Campbell. Total fouls -- Redlands 15, Los Altos 18. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Redlands 6-2.

Pacifica 74, Garey 61--Joel Bruck and Kelly Gurnea combined to score 49 points as the Mariners (2-4) defeated the Knights. Bruck also grabbed 11 rebounds in addition to Gurnea's eight.

La Sierra Tournament

Championship Game
Arrowhead Christian Academy 66, Woodcrest Christian 59--Adam Dohner scored nine straight points in the final three minutes to give Redlands Arrowhead Christian a victory in the championship game of the La Sierra tournament. Woodcrest Christian's Trent Bridges came off the bench and hit three consecutive three-pointers to give the Royals a 58-57 lead before Dohner brought the Eagles back. ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (66) -- Becerra 17, Goltry 11, Dohner 27, Greene 4, Breckley 7 WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (59) -- Wells 5, Carpenter 14, Musich 14, Bridges 11, Reyes 2, Daniel 8, Pool 5.  Halftime score -- Arrowhead Christian 30-25. Three-point goals -- Becerra 4, Dohner 4, Bridges 3. Total fouls -- Arrowhead Christian 22, Woodcrest Christian 17. Fouled out -- Breckley, Carpenter. Technical fouls -- None.Records: Woodcrest Christian 6-3. Arrowhead Christian 4-0.

Third Place
La Sierra Academy 63, Loma Linda Academy 60
--Michael Kiemeney scored a game-high 25 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to help La Sierra Academy defeat Loma Linda Academy in the third place game of the La Sierra Holiday Classic LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (60) -- Blackerby 1, Campbell 14, Prior 16, Rivinius 11, Sandisord 4, Valdez 5, Aprecio 9.  LA SIERRA ACADEMY (63) -- Paschal 5, Castro 10, Boloico 2, Verde 7, Kiemeney 25, Bullon 12, Moya 2. Halftime score -- Loma Linda Academy 32-19. Three-point goals -- Verde. Total fouls -- Loma Linda Academy 19, La Sierra 18. Fouled out -- Stottlemyer, Blackerby. Technical fouls -- Prior. Records: La Sierra Academy 3-4

Consolation Championship

Ontario Christian 61, Glendale 32--Travis Hoekstra scored 11 points and David Landry had eight points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead Ontario Christian (6-1). ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (61) T. Hoekstra 11, Koolhaas 9, Gibson 8, Fulkerson 8, Landry 8, Garcia 7, Robinson 4, Santana 3, Stone 2, Kleinjan 1. GLENDALE (32) Diaz 14, Dator 8, Slade 6, Hampton 4, Young 0. Ontario Christian 14 18 20 9 -- 61 Glendale 9 7 5 11 -- 32 Total fouls: OC 6, G 18. Fouled out: Slade (G). Technical fouls: none

HH Wilson HS Tournament

Second round
Charter Oak 51, Mountain View 27--The Chargers used a balanced attack and shut down the Vikings for an easy victory.  David Boler had 10 points for Charter Oak (8-1), and Todd Hurst and Jason Grissom had nine apiece.

Murrietta Valley Nighthawk Classic

Pool Play
Ontario 64, Arlington 62
-- Marlon Mitchell hit a half-court shot at the buzzer to give Ontario (4-3) the win in the second round of pool play Thursday. Mitchell finished with 32 points, including 6 three-pointers and Cameron Munoz had 12 for the Jaguars before going down with a sprained ankle. Richard Simon had 21 for Arlington.ARLINGTON (62) Simon 21, Glover 13, Williams 4, Holquin 8, McAlister 2, Christie 14. ONTARIO (64) Rasheed 1, Munoz 12, Mack 7, Mitchell 32, Alhadeff 2, Kinney 5, Dunn 5. Arlington 8 13 24 17 -- 62 Ontario 6 24 19 15 -- 64 Total fouls: A 14, O 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Cathedral City 76, Chaparral 64--

Fontana 74, Temescal Canyon 62--The Steelers trailed by six points after the first quarter, but outscored Temescal Canyon 45-22 in the middle two periods. Trayvon Williams led the way with 23 (22 if you read the Press-Enterprise) points, 10 rebounds and six assists, Cory McJimson added 14 points and 11 boards and Aaron Gipson totaled nine points, seven steals and six assists. Fontana plays Riverside MLK in a semifinal today at 6 p.m.FONTANA (74) Williams 22, McJimson 14, Mancha 13, Gipson 9, Okoebor 7, Gallardo 7, Duran 2. TEMESCAL CANYON (62) Maxey 20, Garrett 2, Peterson 2, Zarbok 13, Ellenwood 4, Cleary 11, Wing 8, Kelly 2. Fontana 14 23 22 15 -- 74 Temescal Canyon 20 12 10 20 -- 62 Total fouls: F 16, TC 24. Fouled out: Zarbok (TC), Roberson (TC).  Records: Fontana 2-1, Temescal Canyon 6-1.

Murrieta Valley 86, Marina 64

Oak Park Tournament

Semfinals
Oak Park 55, Alemany 54--Alemany:  Surratt 2, Lachman 2, Evan Kline 21, Ingram 4, Zamora 21, Edwards 4;  OP--McNair 2, Adams 7, Murphy 20, Franks 2, Smith 15, Jensen 9.  Alemany: 7  12  15  20--54;  OP  18   16  9  12--55. Alemany: 2-4.

Consolation
Royal 60, Beverly Hills 42--no details available.

Hueneme 76, Faith Baptist 40--no details available.

San Diego Tri-City Christmas Classic Tournament

Capistrano Valley Christian 83, Hamilton 56 --Tyler Graves scored a career-high 40 points to lead the Eagles over the Bobcats. Ian Smetona scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds for Capistrano Valley Christian (3-4). CVC :   Wild 3, Morrison 6, Skinner 7, Graves 40, Smetona 15, Sussman 5, Durst 7;   Hamilton Davis 31, Mcintosh 2, Deibese 6, Anderson 2, Sandoval 6, Evans 9.   CVC  16  15  20  32--83;  Hamilton --15  16  13   12--56.  CVC--3-4.

St. Margaret's 60, San Dieguito 54--details not available. 

Sonora HS - North Orange County Tournament

Championship Quarterfinals

Downey 60, La Serna 37-- Downey improved to 4-3, while La Serna dropped to 7-1. Downey used a 20-1 spurt in the last 6:42 of the second quarter to take a 38-19 halftime lead.  La Serna tied the game 16-16 and 18-18, and then watched as the Vikings went on the run. Downey finished with seven 3-pointers, three by Day Hardy who had 11 points. Larry Cunningham led the Vikings with 15 points; center Lucas Lucero had 14.  Downey shot 47 percent from the floor (25-of-53), including 64 percent from 3-point range (7-of-11).  The Vikings also held a 30-22 rebounding edge and had nine turnovers to La Serna's 12.  Downey--16  22  9  13   -60;  LS--14  5  8  10--37.  Downey:  Hardy 11, Black 4, Topete 3, Cunningham 14, Johnson 2, Lucero 14, Zoumberakis 6, Perez 6.  LS:   Koza 11, Duran 1, Carty 1, Gonzales 7, Spain 2. Martinez 11, Picone 3, Saunders 1.

St. Paul 56, Western Christian 50-- The Swordsmen put on a huge rally as they scored 30 points in the final quarter to beat the Lancers.   Dontay Holloway led St. Paul (5-1) with a game-high 23 points, and Fausto Gonzalez had 16.  St. Paul, which trailed through most of the game, entered the third quarter down 38-26. Brad Miester led the Lancers (3-2) with 14 points.  WC--Meister 12, Lokar 7, Lim 2, E. Chin 7, S. Chin 6, Allison 6, Rodriguez 3, Booher 7;  St. Paul--Serna 4, Cepeida 4, Gonzalez 16, Holloway 23, Roman 1, Gomez 3, Walker 5.   WC--11   12  15  12--50;  St. P--7  12  7  30.

Whittier 52, Santiago 47-- Whittier, which trailed nearly the entire game, rallied with a 16-point fourth quarter. he Cardinals had a three-point lead with 16 seconds to play. But a 3-pointer by Santiago with no time left on the clock forced the game into overtime.  Anthony Guzman and Marcos Lopez led Whittier with 14 points apiece. Charlie Carter, with 12 points, was the only player in double figures for Santiago.

Consolation Quarterfinals

Don Lugo 67, Savanna 53-- Don Lugo (4-5) advanced to the consolation semifinals with the win at Sunny Hills yesterday. Garet Hill had 18 points and five blocks, Andy Galindo had 13 points, 7 steals and 6 assists, and Charles Fender had 12 points and 7 steals. DON LUGO (67) Amaya 1, Carter 4, Deseran 8, Galindo 13, Plutko 6, Baker 1, Hill 18, Fender 12, Snyder 2, Van Holland 2. SAVANNA (53) Smith 4, Heris 1, Woods 21, Weston 7, Wadood 11, Watson 8, Quezada 1. Don Lugo 18 12 24 13 -- 67 Savannah 9 13 2 29 -- 53 Total fouls: DL 17, S 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Corona del Mar 52, Santa Ana 49-- Zach Brewster scored 16 points and Eric Snell had 11 for CDM (3-5) in the win.   CDM is slated to play Montclair in the consolation semifinal Friday at 4:40 p.m. Corona del Mar 13 13 13 13 - 52  Santa Ana 12 14 6 17 - 49 Corona del Mar - Shahangian 9, Alshuler 6, K. Mancillas 3, Snell 11, Brewster 16, Marston 5, Richardson 2, Glass 0. 3-pt. goals - Snell 3, Shahangian 1, K. Mancillas 1, Brewster 1.  Fouled out - none.  Santa Ana - Moneglargo 17, Megs 2, Moreno 10, Arazantge 5, Hassing 8, McGee 7. 3-pt. goals - Moneglargo 2, McGee 1. Fouled out - none.

Montclair 84, San Pedro 73--Milton Stanley scored 42 points and had 4 steals for Montclair as they advanced to the semifinals. Xavier Abraham had 16 points and 7 assists as well for the Cavaliers (6-3), who will play Corona del Mar in the consolation semifinal. SAN PEDRO (73) Malik Rahh 31, Baskovic 10, Evans 12, Ellett 7, Hunt 11, Magee 2. MONTCLAIR (84) Walk 4, Stanley 42, Fields 3, Jenkins 5, Fregoso 2, Robins 7, Candelo 5, Abraham 16. San Pedro 16 15 22 20 -- 73 Montclair 27 15 23 19 -- 84 Total fouls: SP 11, M 16. Fouled out: Fields (M). Technical fouls: none.

Valencia (Placentia) 58, Whittier California 52--Emanuel Ortega scored 17 points and Scott Briggs had 15 for the Tigers (6-3).

Troy 63, Valley Christian Cerritos 54-- Troy:  Trent Hardeman 5, Travis Hardeman 3, Knobbe 11, Palta 4, Chadha 14, Chu 2, Gilkes 18, Baird 6.  VC :  Crammer 9, Joo 6, Brink 11, Osborne 16, Swain 12.  Troy--18  15  9  21--63;  Valley Christian-- 16   17  10  11--54.

Consolation Semifinals

Ganesha 61, Paramount 54--Michael Eferberha scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and Chris Reeves scored 19 points and added 14 rebounds to lead the Giants (3-4) into the consolation championship. Ganesha will play at Fullerton Troy today at 5 p.m. for the consolation championship.   PARAMOUNT (54) Hilton 5, Wicker 7, Frierson 8, Sandoval 7, Rodriguez 5, Rosby 6, Booth 16. GANESHA (61) Evans 9, Reeves 19, Eferberha 21, Ike 10, Tolbert 2. Paramount 11 9 20 14 -- 54 Ganesha 15 13 15 18 -- 61  Total fouls: P 12, G 6. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Troy 63, Valley Christian 55--Nate Gilkes scored 20 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the Warriors (5-4) past the Crusaders (4-5).

Sunny Hills 62, Los Amigos 40-- LA:  Huynh 2, Smith 7, Jalen 6, La. Nanthavong 14, Casillas 1, Calero 4, Gutierrez 6.  SH:   Carmody 6, Castillo 14, Conzalez 20, Kintzle 2, Nguyen 1, Pak 1, Rivera 7, Shaw 11.   Los Amigos : 4-5;  SH: 6-2.

Tarbut v' Torah Gelman Hoop Classic

Championship
Tarbut v' Tora 54, Fairmont Prep 53--Geoff Keith hit a free throw with 14 seconds remaining to put Tarbut V'Torah (8-0) up by one and give them the tournament championship. Keith and Noam Dahti led Tarbut V'Torah with 19 points each.  William Washington had 20 points, Michael Pastrano 18 for Fairmont (8-2).

Third Place

Zinsmeyer Academy 67, Liberty Christian 64--Zinsmeyer outscored Liberty Christian, 24-13, in the fourth quarter. Paul Francis of Liberty Christian led all scorers with 28.

Verbum Dei South Central Classic Tournament

Pool Play
South Gate 60, Gardena 38--Gardena unavailable;  SG scoring:   Castillo 10, I. Perez 10, Sanchez 6, Castro 14, R. Perez 10, Maddox 6, Murillo 4.   Gar--15  8  9  6--38;  SG--14  15  18  13--60.  

Compton 80, LA Wilson 51--Compton:   Washington 9, Cole 7, Greer 6, Hester 16, Maddox 9, Davis 10, McMillan 4, Henderson 10, Sione 3, Clemmons 4, Taylor 2.  Wilson:  Gil 4, Williams 13, Torrex 10, Sam 8, Pieffer 8, Aguirre 10.  Comp--20  15  22  23--80;  LA Wilson--14  14  6  19--53.

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