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Game Scores and Details From
Saturday 12/16/00--(Dec. 20, 2000)

Better late than never. . . we're still catching up from this past weekend.  We'll also post the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday scores for games other than the Rim Rattler and the Las Vegas Holiday Prep Classic. . .the other league, non-league and tournament games (yes, there are a ton of other tournaments going on besides just the "high profile" ones).   We know that these scores and game details below 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-- Saturday, 12/16/00

American League

Stoneridge Prep 107, Waverly 13-- Stoneridge Prep's James Williams scored 37 points, Nang 32, Shabameri 14, Shamansadi 10, Alon 8 and Richard Delgado 6.  Waverly's poor guys scored as follows:  Wiechmann 1, Strauss 2, Horsely 1, Govindarujan 3, Stern 6.  The box score is also pretty unbelievable:  Waverly: 0  0  6  7--13;  Stoneridge Prep--27   28  26  26--107.   We've seen Stoneridge, and it's not like they can pull their starters because as the box notes, there were only 6 guys on the bench for them.  Still, 107 to 13 is a bit . . . well, we'll let you draw your own conclusions. . . .

Condor League

Dunn 54, Villanova Prep 52-- no details available.  Dunn 7-0, 1-0;  VP 4-4, 1-1.

Southern Section Non-League Games--Saturday, 12/16/00

Beverly Hills 57, Faith Baptist 45--   Faith Baptist remains winless at 0-5 with the loss to Beverly, which was led by Tannler with 12 and Athalian with 11. 

Vasquez 58, Boron 57--Fatigued and short-handed, the Vasquez boys' basketball team gets a well-deserved break in the schedule before returning to action January 2. With several players sidelined and only five players available, the Mustangs played a standout defensive game Saturday in a 58-57 nonleague victory over Boron High. Despite the manpower shortage, Vasquez stayed out of foul trouble, with only one player, Darryl Perito, collecting as many as three fouls. Tony Uebelhardt scored 21 points and Tom Lewis and Rich Lopez each had 13 rebounds to lead the Mustangs, who improved to 2-4. The Mustangs' next game will be on January 2, a nonleague game at Rosamond.

Whitney 70, San Gabriel Academy 65--details not reported.

LA City Section League & Non-League Games-- Saturday 12/16/00

No games scheduled

Tournament GamesGames-- Saturday 12/16/00

Alhambra Tournament

Championship

Bishop Amat 76, Santa Fe 72 (5OT)--This game went to five overtimes before Bishop Amat finally pulled out the win. The Pasadena Star-News put it this way: "From buzzer-beating bankshot 3 pointers to an endless array of emotional roller coasters, Saturday nigh's Alhambra boys's basketball tournament finale seemingly had it all. . ." Santa Fe scoring: Pablo Mendoza 7, Art Garcia 2, Duke rivera 24, Robert Ruiz 25, Anthony Hamilton 7, William Gamble 2, Victor Castenda 5;   Bishop Amat scoring:  David Pierson 1, Henry Largespada 7,m Alez Gomez 15, RandyJimenez 9, Paul Porter 10, John Haywood 4, Wesley Walker 16, Andrew Doto 14.    SF- 10  12  11  10  7  2  6  9   5--72;  BA--11  10  13  9   7  2  6  9   9--76. Santa Fe: 7-4;  Bishop Amat 7-1.

Third Place

Monrovia  64, Arcadia 45--Arcadia high scorers: Leo Thornton 14, Brent Dohling 21, others: Paulus Mardechoa 3, David Jackson 2, Aaron Anderson 1, Ryan Newton 2, David Gaulton 2. ; Monrovia: Germaine Dixon 4, Bryant Markson 10, Thomas Herring 4, Ryan O'Hara 19, Mike Sechi 5, Kyn Wallick 6, David Jones 2, Dontay Farrowcannon 7.  Monrovia: 8-1.

Fifth Place Semifinals

Alhambra 60,  Cerritos 30--details not reported.

Seventh Place

El Rancho 67, Northview 62--details not reported

Ninth Place

South El Monte 64, San Gabriel 62--details not reported.

Anaheim Convention Center Tournament

Championship Game

El Toro 66, Villa Park 52-- El Toro won its 10th consecutive game to open the season by overwhelming the Spartans (8-1) in the first half
Tournament MVP Chris Parish made four three-pointers and finished with a game-high 20 points and eight rebounds. Center Matt Green was a force inside, scoring 12 points, grabbing seven rebounds and blocking four shots. Forward Chris Fairbanks also shut down Villa Park's Matt MacGinnis in the second half using a box-and-one defense, limiting him to three points in the half.  MacGinnis led the Spartans with 11 points, and Tommy Stankan and Corey Miller each had 10. 

Third Place
Capistrano Valley 73,  Newport Harbor 50--Matt Sweany scored 17 points and Jake Franzen added 16 for Capistrano Valley (4-1), which
led, 38-18, at the half.  Tony Melum led Newport Harbor (8-3) with 18 points. 

Consolation Championship
Cypress 67, Magnolia 45 --Matt Reid had 17 points and Jonathon Uyloan added 16 for the Centurions (5-3). Geoffrey Clayton led Magnolia (4-6) with 21 points. 

Consolation Games
Esperanza 70, Katella 51--Anthony Vicencia scored 21 points for Esperanza (4-6). Phillip Tyson led Katella (6-3) with 17 points. 

Foothill 77, Bolsa Grande 63--Chad Bigler scored 37 points for the Knights (5-5). Omar Amaral scored 39 for Bolsa Grande (1-8). 

Consolation Championship
Los Alamitos 61, Brea Olinda 51--Eddie Courtemarche scored 25 points for the Griffins (4-5), who won despite making only seven of 18 free throws. Ryan Moore led Brea Olinda (4-4) with 19 points. 

Mission Viejo 73, Anaheim 43--Travis Niesen scored 18 points for the Diablos (7-3). Quinn Hawking had 16 points and Chasin Mitchell 13 for
Anaheim (5-7).

Servite 54, Orange Lutheran 44--Billy Burfeind scored 26 points for the Friars (4-6). Paul Jones led Orange Lutheran (3-6) with 10 points

Avalon Catalina Classic Tournament

Pool Play

Bell Jeff Tournament

Second Round
Grant 66, Hart 49-- Grant was led by Gino Riney with 19 and Mike Charleston with 20 and 11 rebounds.  Hart was led by Frome with 13 and 10 rebounds.  Grant is 5-2 and Hart is 5-4.

Bell Jeff 72, Van Nuys 50--It was too good to be true for Van Nuys (1-5) who picked up their first win on Friday, as they lost again, this time to Bell Jeff.  Casey Markovic had 10 points and 10 rebounds, Andy Bunning had 14 and 11 rebounds, and Tyler Kealey had 14 and 9 assists for the Guards. 

Santa Monica 62, Half Moon Bay 49--details not reported

Carpinteria 33rd Annual Holiday Classic

Championship

Santa Ynez  69, Rosamond 62--details not reported.

Third Place

Bishop Diego v. Mission Prep--details not reported.

Consolation Semifinals

LA Baptist 55, Pasadena Poly 40-- Poly: Kevin Kawachi 4, Ini Archibong 6, Matt Robbins 2, Matt Sargeant 8, Marshall Duncan 14, Brett Nungesser 6.  LAB:  Brian Sanders 26, Chris Tillman 4, Jordan Rogh 2, Mike Madigan 12, Andrew Peterson 2, Bill Snodgrass 9.  PP--10  4  10  16--40;   LAB--15  15  13  12 --55. 

Carpinteria v. Brentwood--details not reported.

Chatsworth Winter War On The Floor Tournament

Championship

Simi Valley 88, Edison Fresno 80 -- The Simi Pioneers struggled through the first half and faced a six-point deficit when center Dustin Villepigue fouled out with less than two minutes remaining in the game.  Fortunately for Simi Valley, the Pioneers found an unlikely hero in Ryan Bradshaw, who scored 11 points in two overtime periods to lead Simi Valley past Edison of Fresno 88-80 at Chatsworth High. Bradshaw hit a 3-pointer with 2:02 remaining in the second overtime to put the Pioneers (8-0) up for good. Four Simi Valley players scored in double figures. They nearly wrapped up the game in the first overtime, but Kevin Tatum hit a fall-away six-footer to tie the game with half a second remaining.  Villepigue scored 22 points and earned the tournament MVP award.

Third Place

Dorsey 64, Canoga Park 55--Cecil Brown's 28 points weren't enough for the losing Hunters (4-5) in the third-place game. Brown, on the way to all-tournament honors, scored 14 points in each half against the Dons' (8-1) trap, but no one else had much scoring success, and Dorsey built an eight-point halftime lead.   Canoga Park pulled to within six points with three minutes remaining on a Brown 3-pointer. But Dorsey outscored the Hunters 8-2 in the final two minutes.

Fifth Place

Chatsworth 86, Garfield 72--Shane Berry scored 32 points on his way to all-tournament honors as the Chancellors (6-1) earned fifth place. The hosts, which also beat Reseda earlier in the day, jumped out to a 10-point halftime lead that Garfield's Miguel Velez (29 points) trimmed to four points with a jumper midway through the third quarter. Berry and center Scott Johnston controlled the game in the fourth quarter Johnston finished with 18 points as Chatsworth built its largest lead at the finish.

Seventh Place

Reseda 70, El Camino Real 65--Reseda's Sergei Lepiachinski scored 34 points in the win for Reseda who played without Nashid Beard. Earlier in the day, Reseda also played a "makeup game" from Friday's mis-scheduling against Chatsworth, and despite losing 98-86, Lepiachinski scored 47 points in that game.  81 points in two games in one day might just be some sort of record in the Southern Section, but if it is we can't verify it.. . . Gotta go see this kid play. . . 

Corona Centennial Classic

El Dorado Gary Raya Coed Classic Tournament

Championship
El Dorado 67, Aliso Niguel 19--Kyle Miller had 16 points, David Patten had 13 and Kevin Cook scored nine for El Dorado (8-1), which won the title.

Third Place
Warren 61, Diamond Ranch 48--WARREN (61) Shull 12, Assibox 18, Hobbs 16, Fairweather 9, Djokovic 1, Boyd 5. DIAMOND RANCH (48) Laurie 1, Coombs 8, Ubom 16, Flagg 2, Lyons 2, Davis 5, Knot 14. Warren 15 16 11 19 -- 61 Diamond Ranch 11 12 13 12 -- 48 Total fouls: W 9, DR 21. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Seventh Place
Chino 62, Orange 53 -- CHINO (62) Aleman 9, Nafis 5, Dominguez 6, White 11, Klinkert 3, Marcey 12, Malone 6, Putnam 10. ORANGE (53)
Delamadra 12, Love 4, Neal 18, Sandoval 2, Hancock 6, Goldman 1. Chino 24 14 16 8 -- 62 Orange 5 20 10 18 -- 53 Total fouls: C 21, O 17. Fouled out: Hancock (O). Technical fouls: none.

Consolation
La Mirada 66, Corona 58--details not available.

Glendora Tournament #2

Championship

Glendora 77, Claremont 58 --CLAREMONT (58) White 9, Terrell 5, Aaron 15, Wilson 2, Lombard 19, Maxwell 8. GLENDORA (77)  Smith 17, Monroe 20, Bechler 7, Mehanna 15, Foster 14, Onaka 4. Claremont 19 19 12 8 -- 58 Glendora 20 29 17 11 -- 77 Total fouls: C 17, G 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: coach (G), coach (C).

Third Place

Thousand Oaks 78, Etiwanda 76--Rex scored 15 and 8 rebounds for TO, Kyle Kegely had 26, Olson 16, and Kole Anderson 8 as TO (6-2) took third.

Consolation Championship

Pacifica 76, Riverside Poly 66--Pacifica's Kelly Gurnea scored 29 points for the Mariners (4-4), who won the consolation championship. Gurnea made five three-pointers and 14 of 15 free throws. 

Ninth Place
Los Angeles 76, Duarte 70--Duarte fell to 2-4 with the loss.

Consolation
Rowland 63, Arroyo 41--details not available.

Gahr 59, Los Altos 50 --details not available.

La Canada Tournament

St. Francis 66, St. George (Canada) 59--St. Francis:   Michael Jenkins 28, Brett Mitchell 13, Nathan Terrazone 7, Bryan Gonzalez 4, Thomas Mason 4, Kevin Davries 2, John Sciarra 2, Chris Miller 2, Joseph Trejo 4.   St. Francis is now 1-0. St. George: Cameron McDonald 21, Scott McDonald 10, Matthew Halleran 9, Nicholson 6, Jenkins 6, Pyo 2, Jolly 2, Smith 2, McKeen 1.

Flintridge Prep 78, Schurr 69--FP scoring:   Antonio Harrison 10, Connor O';Byrne 15, Brian Strand 30, Dwitht Phelps 9, Matt Lauer 6, Mario Valdes 8;  Schurr:  Shaun Oshita 16, Julian Munoz 10, Lowery 8, Sean Dixon 14, John Lopez 10, Gatibay 2, Odore 9.  FP 4-2, Schurr 3-6.

Glendale 64, San Diego Army-Navy 51 --details not available.  Glendale improved to 3-5.

Bonita Vista 88, Burnett (Canada) 36--details not reported.

Maui Invitational

Sonoma Valley 67, Elsinore 51 --ELSINORE (51) -- Keahey 2, Green 10, Lux 14, Cirilo 8, Wolter 9, Strausheim 3, Kondus 2, Allen 3.   SONOMA VALLEY (67) -- Clegg 19, Campbell 10, Benzinger 26, Sullivan 2, Geoghegan 2, Moll 2, Edmondson 6. Halftime score -- Sonoma Valley 39-25. Three-point goals -- Green, Strausheim, Lux 4, Allen, Clegg, Benzinger 3. Total fouls -- Elsinore 16, Sonoma Valley 21.  Records: Elsinore is 5-3.

Murrieta Valley Nighthawk Classic

Championship
Ontario 92, Fontana 84--The Jaguars twice rallied from big deficits Saturday night to put away Fontana, 92-84, and win the Nighthawk Classic at Murrieta Valley High School. It was an emotional win for the Jaguars, who not only had to overcome a good Steelers team, but also the loss of standout guard Marlon Mitchell and 54 personal foul calls by the referees. And after a tough stretch last week, when they dropped a relatively close game to Mater Dei, DeFabiis said the Jags made a pact not to lose again.  That pact, though, appeared in serious jeopardy when Mitchell, who averaged 29.5 points in four games this week, fouled out with seven minutes remaining and the Jaguars trailing 65-58. But Ontario slowly got back into it, and then took the lead in a late stretch run The Steelers led 81-76, when David Stepney scored inside to cut the lead to three with 1:35 remaining. Just seconds later, the Steelers turned over the ball and Cameron Munoz, who scored 16 in the fourth quarter, hit a game-tying 3-pointer with 1:27 left. Then the Steelers imploded. Trayvon Williams was called for his second technical in the game with 57 seconds remaining, apparently for throwing the ball after a turnover. Williams, like five other players, fouled out. But his technical proved costly, as Munoz hit two free throws and a subsequent layup with 40 seconds left to put Fontana in desperation foul mode. Williams was also hit with a technical foul in the third quarter for throwing an elbow. Until the frenzy of the final three minutes, it was a contest the Steelers figured to have well in hand. They began the game on a 12-0 run, and when the Jaguars fought back to tie 27-27 in the second quarter, the Steelers methodically built another lead. Fontana led 62-57 at the end of three quarters, and then expanded that lead to as much as 10 in the fourth. Mitchell fouling out may have been a blessing in disguise for the Jags. Munoz finished the game with 23 points. Off the bench, Stepney scored 17, including six points and six rebounds in the fourth quarter.

Fifth Place

Cathedral City 69, Arlington 66 --Gerald DeVance and Thomas Shewmake combined to score the final seven points of the game as the Lions (7-2) rallied in the Murrieta Valley tournament.  DeVance finished with 21 points and nine assists while Shewmake had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Shewmake scored 86 points and 68 rebounds for averages of 21.5 points and 17 rebounds in four games to earn all-tournament honors. Arlington led 66-62 late in the game before Shewmake scored four points and DeVance three to rally the Lions.

San Diego Tri-City Christmas Classic Tournament

St. Margaret's 78, Mission Hills Tri-City Christian 71 (OT)--Tournament MVP Kevin Krause, who finished with 25 points, hit a shot at the end of regulation to tie the score, and made seven of nine free throws in the overtime as St. Margaret's (6-4) won the title. Teammate Ed Ortega made four three-pointers and scored 17 points.

Santa Maria Valley Tournament

Cabrillo 79, Santa Maria VCA 67--Kevin Martin, who took over as head boys basketball coach at Cabrillo (3-7) three games ago, got his first win Saturday night. Brian McNease had 22 points, David Drake 15, Ericson Valdivia nine for the Conquistadores as they put away Valley Christian Academy in a Santa Maria Valley tourney consolation game.  Up 26-13 after one and 37-24 at the half, Cabrillo led 65-48 after a barnburner third quarter. By game's end, seven other Conquistadores had broken into the scorebook. Mike Christoferson scored 20, Josh Mason and Caleb Kirby had 15 each, Lance Carlon 14 for the Lions. Cabrillo next plays at the Santa Barbara tourney on Wednesday, Dec. 27.

Sonora/ North Orange County Championships

Championship Game

Sonora 51, Valencia 34--Marcelles Robertson scored 17 points as Sonora defeated Valencia, 51-34, Saturday to win the North Orange County Championships at Troy High.  Robert Abreu, the tournament MVP, had 11 points, leading his team in scoring with a total of 83 points in five games for Sonora (9-2). Robertson and Travis Rogers were named to the all-tournament team.  Emmanuel Ortega had 12 points for Valencia (7-4). Ortega had two three-pointers and recorded the 200th of his career. 

Third Place
Downey 63, Millikan 61--Downey:  Hardy 20, Craig 4, Black 1, Topete 9, Cunningham 3, Lucero 15, Zoumberakis 7, Perez 4.  Millikan:  Cofeild 9, Nicholson 13, Spencer 13, Moore 13, Iler 2, Raitz 5, Anderson 6.

Fifth Place
LaHabra 65, St. Paul 52--St. Paul scoring: Walker 3, Capeida 5, Serra 11, Grigorian 6, Halloway 5, Gonzalez 22;  La Habra scoring: Sims 3, Hernandez 8, Kennerson 24, McShane 11, Magana 5, McDonough 14. LH 6-6, SP 5-4.

Consolation Championship

Troy 75, Montclair 73 (OT) --Kevin Dalafu scored 21 points and made six free throws in overtime to secure the consolation championship for Troy (7-4). TROY (75) Travis Hem 2, Trent Hem 5, Dalafu 21, Palata 3, Chada 16, Gilkes 21, Bairl 7. MONTCLAIR (73) Walk 15, Stanley 25, Fields 8, Scharr 2, Jenkins 4, Vregoso 2, Robins 6, Candelo 8, Abraham 3. Troy 23 6 23 12 11 -- 75 Montclair 16 19 8 21 9 -- 73 Total fouls: T 16, M 22. Fouled out: Walk (M), Bairl (T). Technical fouls: none.

Consolation

Ganesha 65, Corona del Mar 47  -- Ganesha picked up the 11th place trophy with the win over CDM.  GANEHSA (65) Evans 2, Reeves 17, Eferberha 12, Ike 19, Hoang 4, Samudio 10, Bonner 1. CORONA DEL MAR (47 Shahangian 11, Alshuler 2, Marsten 2, Shell 18, Brewster 5, K. Mancillas 6, B. Mancillas 3. Ganesha 19 9 18 19 -- 65 Corona del Mar 13 10 9 15 -- 47 Total fouls: G 8, CDM 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Long Beach Wilson 55, Californai 43--Wilson:   Hunt, 4, Terry 16, Malone 6, Harrell 12, Buckley 2, Crockett 9, Hawkins 4, Fletcher 2;  Cal scoring:  Flores 2, Anchonodo 8, Amido 4, Vanegas 2, Shellman 15, Gonzales 9, Frazier 4.

Valley Christian Cerritos 52, San Pedro 45--VC: Crammer 2, Benson 3, Lovinger 10, Brink 15, Osborne 4, Swain 10,Kuyper 8. SP scoring: Ballard 8, Malik Rahh 20, Oskivic 2, Evans 4, Delbenedidis 2, Elliott 4, Hunt 5.

Los Amigos 77, Westminster 63--Peter Vu had 37 points and 15 rebounds and was 12 for 12 from the free-throw line for Los Amigos (5-6). 

Sunny Hills 67, Laguna Hills 53--Tony Gonzalez scored 11 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter and had eight rebounds for Sunny Hills. Clay Carmody added 14 points and seven rebounds in the consolation game for the Lancers (8-2).

Paramount 65, Santa Ana 60--Paramoujht:  Hilton 7, Wicker 13, Sandoval 4, Rosby 12, Booth 29;  SA:  Montelongo 9, Alejandro 6, Atez 2, Marino 14, Arzanto 8, McGee 19.

Upland Tournament

Championship

Upland 64, Canyon Springs 62--Upland's Nevada-Reno signee Kirk Snyder scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half, but it was his last basket, a two-handed rebound slam dunk with only 2 seconds left, that gave the Highlanders a 64-62 victory over Canyon Springs (5-2) in the championship game of the Upland Classic. Snyder slammed home a missed layup attempt by teammate Sheldon Pace that gave his team a dramatic victory and earned him tournament MVP honors.  After Snyder had broken a 58-58 tie with two free throws, Canyon Springs' Jason Braxton went end to end for a layup to tie it up again. Braxton finished with 21 points. Pace then went coast-to-coast himself for another layup to put Upland back on top 62-60 with 32 seconds left. But Braxton again found his way to the basket and tied the score at 62, setting up Synder's heroics. Upland (8-1) led by as much as 11 in the first half, but could not put the Cougars away. Canyon Springs' Richard Cobbs scored 18 of his game-high 27 points in the first half, including the Cougar's first 13 points of the game.  The Highlanders led 18-15 at the end of the first quarter and extended it to a 28-17 lead, but the Cougars ended the half on a run and trailed only by four, 34-30, at halftime. Upland couldn't add to its lead in the third and entered the fourth with only a 46-42 lead.  Trailing 51-44 in the fourth, the Cougars went on an 11-2 run capped by a 3-pointer by Braxton to pull ahead for the first time, 55-52. Upland hit 7 of 10 free throws in the closing minutes to keep pace. Prentice Harris finished with 15 points for Upland and joined teammates Pace, Pruitt and Jason Harris on the all-tournament team. Braxton, Cobbs and Tron Smith made the team for Canyon Springs.  These teams will have a rematch on January 3rd at Canyon Springs.

Third Place

Alta Loma 74, Redlands East Valley 53 -- REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (53) Moore 3, Vigil 7, Roger 4, Pickett 8, Jannelli 5, Moses 6, Brazilton 9, Lyle 5, Cook 6.  ALTA LOMA (74) Patterson 4, Richardson 6, Campbell 4, Fleming 4, Bailey 6, Yaisrael 8, Payco 4, Moore 14, Evans 8, Cade 7, Hines Alta Loma 13 24 21 6 -- 74 REV 14 20 10 9 -- 53 Total fouls: AL 21, REV 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Verbum Dei South Central Classic Tournament

Gardena 72, Compton 62--details not reported.

Verbum Dei 83, LA Wilson 24--details not reported.

 The Swish Award
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