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SoCalHoops High School News

Game Scores and Details From
Saturday 12/30/00--(Dec. 31, 2000)

A big week, and we've been away from the computer for most of it, actually watching games all over the place.  So, as the old year winds up, and 2001 approaches in a few hours, we're trying to catch up on what we missed.  These are the scores from last night, Saturday, December 30.  We'll have more from earlier games starting with Tuesday and finishing with Friday (each report separately) shortly.   We know we are missing some game details and we'll try to get them later tonight, but if you know the score or details of a game and it's not shown send it in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board.

Tournament Games  Saturday 12/30/00

Beach Ball Classic (Myrle Beach, SC)

Ballard 71, No. 1 Mater Dei 67 --Ricky Porter scored 28 points and Mike Strawberry added 15, but the Monarchs were unable to defeat the Bruins (13-0) for the title. The Monarchs (12-2) played without Jamal Sampson, who was out with the flu.

Brea Olinda Tournament

Championship

Muir 60, Warren 43--After losing the championship game of the La Canada/St. Francis Tournament a week ago, Muir High School's boys basketball team came to the Brea-Olinda Tournament with something to prove. Muir outlasted Warren, 60-43, in the tournament's championship game, a week after a near-miss at the La Canada, when it fell to state-ranked Bishop Montgomery in overtime in the title game. The Mustangs led by just seven at the start of the fourth quarter, but put the game out of reach with timely long-range shooting. Seth Davis hit two 3-pointers and Joseph Frazier made one to increase Muir's lead to 52-38 with 4:20 to play. Frazier, the tournament MVP, finished with 18 points and Davis had 10. The Mustangs took the lead for good near the end of the first quarter, although Warren stayed within striking distance. Malcolm Johnson and Frazier hit 3-pointers to spark Muir to a 10-2 run and the Mustangs led 21-13 at the end of the first. Grant said he felt his team could win if they just contained the Bears' three guards. One of them, Aaron Hobbensiefken, got hot in the second half as Warren attempted to close the gap. The Bears used a zone defense to contain the Mustangs. Muir's Horace Wormley and Brandon Willis were also named all-tournament.

3rd Place Game

Brea 72, Claremont 71 (OT)--Brea was led by Lewis with 20, Ryan Moore with 23, and Smith with 10.  Claremont scoring :White 9, Torrell 15, Aaron 14, Micah Lombard 21, Maxwell 2, Wilson 8, Jones 2.  claremont dropped to 11-3, while Brea improved to 8-7.

5th Place Game

Gahr 57, Murrieta Valley 52 --Murrieta Valley could not survive a cold shooting fourth quarter, 2-17 from the field, as they lost to Cerritos Gahr in the seventh place game of the Brea Olinda Tournament. Dan Larsen led the Nighthawks with 20 points.MURRIETA VALLEY (52) -- Larsen 20, Mejia 4, Ricks 7, Richardson 9, Rider 2, Linsley 10. GAHR (57) -- Acosta 3, Shipp 4, Loon 16, Reed 20, Rhoane 3, Jackson 11. Halftime score -- Gahr 33-28. Three-point goals -- Loon 5, Larsen 2, Richardson. Total fouls -- Gahr 12, Murrieta Valley 20. Fouled out -- None. Records: Murrieta Valley 8-5

7th Place Game

Esperanza 65, Jurupa Valley 54 --Anaheim Esperanza topped Jurupa Valley in the ninth-place game of the Brea Olinda Tournament. JURUPA VALLEY (54) -- Lozano 13, Frias 13, West 5, Brito 5, Barber 8, Zucca 5, Austin 3, Ayala 2.   ESPERANZA (65) -- Vicencia 14, Aareno 0, Porter 6, Davidson 14, Lovern 15, Davis 5, White 4, Loc 5, Spencer 2.  Halftime score -- Esperanza 34-28. Three-point goals -- Frias 3, Brito, Davis, Vicencia 2, Loc. Total fouls -- Jurupa Valley 14, Esperanza 19. Fouled out -- Barber. Records: Jurupa Valley 7-7, Esperanza 9-5

9th Place Consolation Championship

Chaparral 67, Monrovia 66 (OT)-- Despite never leading in regulation Temecula Chaparral defeated Monrovia in double overtime to capture the consolation championship of the Brea Olinda Tournament. Temecula Chaparral's Ryan Cook made two free throws in the last 20 seconds of regulation to force overtime. Cook then made two more free throws with three seconds left in the first overtime to send the game into double overtime. At the end of the second overtime Joe Buller sank a free throw with time already expired to give Chaparral the victory. Buller, who had 17 points, 7 boards, 7 assists, 6 steals, and 3 blocks, was named to the all tournament.MONROVIA (66) -- Dixon 4, Collier 14, Markson 26, O'Hara 6, Bourne 2, Wallick 2, Jones 10, Farrow 2. CHAPARRAL (67) -- Newman 1, Buller 17, Craig 18, Chodola 3, Cooke 16, Castillo 6, Owens 6.  Halftime score -- Monrovia 32-24. Three-point goals -- Castillo 2, Buller, Craig 4, Cook, Jones. Total fouls -- Chaparral 21, Monrovia 24. Fouled out -- Newman, Owens, Collier, O'Hara. Technical fouls -- Owens. Records: Chaparral 11-3

11th Place

Ganesha 63, North Torrance 59--Michael Efevberha made four free throws in the final two minutes to lead Ganesha (7-8) to a 63-59 win over North Torrance for 11th place in the Brea Olinda Tournament on Saturday at Brea Olinda High School. Trailing 31-17 at the half, the Giants used a full-court press to force North Torrance into committing several turnovers, allowing the comeback. Efevberha scored 24 points and added 18 rebounds. Chris Reaves had nine points and nine rebounds for the Giants.

13th Place

Calvary Chapel Downey 77, Westlake 73 (2OT)-- Tim Drisdom finished with 31 ponits, including 2 three-pointers to lead Calvary Chapel to the 13th Place win. Drisdom hit a three pointer at the buzzer to send the game into the second overtime, and he finished with 11 rebounds.  Jon James had 29 for Downey.    The Grizzlies suffered their only two losses this season in this tournament, and are now 12-2 overall. Despite missing three starters, Westlake (5-5) extended the game into two overtimes. Three other Westlake players fouled out in overtime. Adam Mazeri had 21 points, six rebounds and 10 assists. Devin Entrikin had 15 points and six rebounds. Terence Gelke added 13 points. Westlake was missing leading scorer Tyler Adamcyzk, Kole Anderson and Eric Weidner. Calvary Chapel had 21 more free-throw attempts -- 39-18 -- than Westlake. Seven of Calvary Chapel's 17 overtime points came from the free-throw line. Calvary (77) — Grieder 4, Shuler 2, Henderson 6, Drisdom 31, James 29, Or 1, Black 2, Jamis 2. Westlake (73) — Mazarei 21, Gelke 13, Duplessie 4, Entrikin 15, Dehner 9, Graham 6, Young 5. Calvary--14  13  15  17  6  11--77;   Westlake 10  14  23  12  6  7--73  3-Point goals — Calvary (Drisdom 2, james 1). Westlake (Mazarei 4, Gelke, Dehner 2, Young). Fouled out — Gelke, Duplessie, Graham. Rebounds — Westlake (Billy Graham 7). Assists — Westlake (Mazeri 10). Total fouls — Westlake 29, Calvary 21. Record: Westlake 5-5.

Century Holiday Classic

Championship

St. John Bosco 69, Century 59--The Braves (13-1) took advantage of a slow start by Century (9-6) to take a 12-point lead at halftime. The Centurions didn't make a field goal until there was 1:53 left in the first quarter.   Century battled back from a 14-point deficit led by Chris Ferretti, who scored 20 points with six rebounds. Ferretti sat for most of the second quarter because of foul trouble, but he brought the Centurions back to an eight-point deficit with a three-pointer just before the buzzer sounded at the end of the third quarter. Ferretti scored Century's first nine points of the fourth quarter, hitting a running layup with 7:39 to make the score 49-45, the closest the game had been since the end of the first quarter when St. John Bosco led 12-9. But turnovers and Gio St. Amant's game-high 24 points were too much for the Centurions to overcome.

3rd Place Game

La Habra 58, Dana Hills 48-- Dana Hils dropped to 8-6 with the loss while La Habra improved to 9-6 overall.  La Habra was led by McDonough with 20 and Magana with 16.  Dana Hils was led by Nelson with 28 and Del Rosario with 12.

Chaminade Holiday Classic

Championship Game

Chaminade 54, San Francisco Riordan 50--Riordan had a chance to win the game but missed a critical shot, got the rebound for another chance with the score tied 50-50, but then Chaminade's Jordan O'Gilvie stole the ball, and with just under 10 seconds, Riordan was forced to foul.  O'Gilvie then sank two free throws, and Jeff Hufford also hit two more free throws at the end of the game, to help Chaminade win its own tournament. Chaminade (8-4) beat Riordan (10-4) in the final for the third consecutive year.   Scott Borchart scored 17 points and was selected tournament MVP for the fourth year in a row. Jeff Hufford and Ryan Arceo each added 12 points for the Eagles.

3rd Place

AB Miller 72, Calabasas 54--Ty Holm scored 17 points for the Coyotes (4-10) in the third-place game against the Rebels (12-3). Malcom Taylor had 20 points for AB Miller.

5th Place

Campbell Hall 79, Monroe 62--Derreck Williams scored 31 points and Darryl Harris and Robert Locke added 13 points each for the Vikings (6-6), who took fifth place. Victor Hines scored 18 points for Monroe (5-8). Ramall Goodrich had 16 points and Tony Psomostithis added 11.

7th Place

Agoura 79, Fresno Bullard 55-- After losing two straight games in the tournament, Johnny Gray scored 24 points to lead the Chargers to seventh place. Agoura also got 12 points from Adam Allegro. Johnny Gray had 24 points and eight assists for Agoura (10-2) in the seventh-place game. Adam Allegro added 12 points and Kevin Cornell had nine points and 10 rebounds. Agoura outscored Bullard 20-5 in the first quarter. Agoura (74) — Cornwell 9, Allegro 12, Delson 5, Gray 24, Campbell 5, Patton 5, Scenkpiel 6, Brienes 4, Joffe 5, Biederman 3, Tagai 1 Bullard (55) — M. Martin 15, Walker 2, C. Walker 9, Brooktar 5, Myles 3, Aye 9, Grayson 8.  Agoura--20  20   21  18--74;  Bullard--5   15  21  14--55  3-Point goals — Agoura (Cornwell, Delson, Campbell, Bierderman). Bullard (C. Walker, Aye, Martin 3). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Agoura (Cornwell 10). Assists — Agoura (Gray 8). Total fouls — Agoura 12, Bullard 11. Records: Agoura 10-2, Bullard 5-6.

Consolation Championship

Oak Park 60, Lancaster 54 --The trio of All-Tournament Jeremy Murphy (16 points), Grant Smith (15 points) and Jason Adams (14 points) led the Eagles (8-6) to the consolation championship (ninth place). Lancaster (10-4) was led by Teddy Meyers, who had 12 points.  Smith scorched Lancaster's zone defense with five 3-point field goals. Jason Adams added 14 points. Oak Park (60) — Murphy 16, G. Smith 15, Adams 14, McNair 7, Frank 3, Jensen 3, N. Smith 2. Lancaster (55) — Teddy Meyers 12, Gamboa 11, James 9, Wright 6, Jones 5, Thornton 4, Marley 3, Golden 2, Edwards 2. OP--   15  20  10  15--60;   Lanc--16  11  10  17--55  3-Point goals — Oak Park (G. Smith 5, McNair, Jensen). Lancaster (Marley, Jones). Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Oak Park 13, Lancaster 11. Record: Oak Park 8-6.

11th Place

Grant 81, Birmingham 65--Mike Charleston scored 34 points to lead the Lancers (9-5) past the Patriots (4-5) in the 11th-place game. Chris Robinson and Gino Riney added 12 points each for Grant. Birmingham got 21 points from Ryan Nishimoto.

13th Place

El Camino Real 63, Van Nuys 60--Spencer Schulte scored 15 points and Bruce Neale added 12 points to lead the Conquistadores (4-10) to 13th place. Van Nuys (2-10) got 16 points from Carlos Talavera and 14 points from
Chris Dicepeda.

15th Place

Kennedy 2, San Fernando 0 --The Cougars (5-10) earned 15th place by forfeit when San Fernando had just four players and no coach show up.

Chino Tournament

Championship Game

Ayala 58, Bonita 58 (OT)--Donte Donald scored on a putback with four seconds remaining in overtime as Ayala escaped with a 59-58 victory over Bonita on Saturday in the championship game of the Chino Tournament at Chino High School. With the Bulldogs trailing 58-57 with 21 seconds left, Ayala's Kyle Gregory drove into the middle from the right wing and appeared to draw contact from the defender, missing his shot from five feet. Donald was in perfect position on the weak side to rebound the miss and score it with four seconds left in overtime. Bonita had a chance to win the game, but Lucas Sanchez stole the ball from Ramsay Jarrar as time expired. Ayala (12-2) never led in regulation and Bonita led by as many as 11 points in the first half, but the Bulldogs were able to tie the score at 56-56 with 1:20 left in regulation on a three-point play from Danny Stephens. The Bulldogs had a chance to win the game in the closing seconds of regulation, but Gregory's 3-point attempt was off and Donald's follow at the buzzer failed to draw iron.The Bearcats only scored once in overtime, a putback by Chris Dean after Sanchez had connected on one of two free throws for Ayala. Dean finished with a game-high 21 points. Ayala used a balanced attack to overcome poor shooting throughout the game. Gregory and Donald each finished with 12 points, while Malik Jones scored 11 points and pulled down 12 rebounds. Jones was named the tournament's MVP.Mike Clark had 13 points for the Bearcats, including a perfect seven of seven from the free-throw line. BONITA (58) Dean 21, Clark 13, Johnson 8, Kannan 9, Jarrar 3, Miller 4. AYALA (59) Quinn 6, Sanchez 5, Jones 11, Gregory 12, Stephens 5, Donald 12, Antolin 3. Bonita 16 12 12 16 2 -- 58 Ayala 9 15 13 19 3 -- 59 Total Fouls: B 17, A 19. Fouled Out: Quinn (A). Technical Fouls: none.

3rd Place Game

Harvard-Westlake 73, Pacifica 69--The Wolverines (6-6) took third place in the tournament.  Craig Weinstein had 33 points, including five threes.

5th Place

Bellflower 76, Chino 46--Senior forward Jacory Bradford scored 17 points and all-tournament selection Terrell Hendricks had 11 as the Bucanneers (9-5) defeated the Cowboys.  Bellflower doesn't play again until January 8.

7th Place Game

Corona 92,  El Rancho 71 -- Corona pulled in 49 rebounds and had 19 assists as a team in the seventh place game of the Chino Tournament. The Panther's Daniel Gonzalez had 26 points and 12 rebounds and Kevin Morrow was 10 for 11 from the line, and had 29 points.EL RANCHO (71) -- Santa Cruz 16, Chiong 7, Elisaldez 29, Carrera 2, Urrutia 9, Miller 8.  CORONA (92) -- Brown 2, Burdsto 3, Morrow 29, Smith 3, West 7, Hughes 4, Duran 5, Dias 13, Gonzales 26. Halftime score -- Corona 47-22. Three-point goals -- Santa Crus 4, Chiong 2, Elisaldez 5, Morrow 3, Duran, Dias, Gonzalez 3. Total fouls -- Corona 23, El Rancho 21. Fouled out -- Dias, Carrera. Records: Corona 5-9.

Consolation Championship

Riverside King 75, Colton 57 -- Riverside King rallied from a 19-point first half deficit to top Colton in the consolation championship of the Chino Tournament. Riverside King came out in the first half sluggish and was lackluster on the defensive end.  King cut the lead to 10 at the half, and opened the second half with a 20-2 run that put the game away. King allowed only two points in the third quarter. Marvin Lea led King with 38 points, seven rebounds and five steals. Leon Rosborough added 20 points, eight rebounds and four assists. KING (75) -- Lea 38, Rosborough 20, Thomas 3, Tjaden 2, Hilt 4, Goodman 4, Aragbye 4. COLTON (57) -- Crenshaw 14, Bradshaw 9, Vingua 7, Alonzo 5, Jones 10, Wilcox 4, Pinkney 8. Halftime score -- Colton 41-31. Three-point goals -- Lea, Crenshaw. Total fouls -- King 23, Colton 27. Fouled out -- Hilt, Alonzo. Technical fouls -- Pinkney.  Records: King 10-3.

Clovis Tournanent

Championship

Tokay 59, Buchanan 49 --Tremaine Manning and Jeff McDaniel both had double-doubles Saturday as the Tigers won the Clovis Tournament.   Manning, who was named the tourney MVP, had 21 points and 13 rebounds, while McDaniel, who was named to the all-tourney team, had 14 points and 11 boards. Thomas Caveness, who scored five points Saturday, also made all-tourney.  Johnny Melendez, who soared over one player for a lay-up and then thunder-dunked over a 6-7 center the next time down the court, scored eight points for the game. Nick Pesco swished five, Craig Macomber tallied three and Cameron Veasley added two.  Tokay jumped out to a 20-8 lead and was never really threatened. The Tigers are now 11-4.

7th Place

Atwater 77, Alemany 61-- Evan cline scored 42 points, but it was not enough offense from the rest of the team as Alemany fell in the 7th place game to 4-8 for the season.  Zamora had 10, Edwards 7, Hanaseth 4, and Surratt and Lichtman failed ot score for Alemany.

Don Bambauer Memorial Classic (Sacramento)

Servite 57, River City 36 --Billy Burfeind scored 18 points as the Friars (7-8) defeated the Sacramento team (2-9) for seventh place. Travis Ferracioli had 11 rebounds.

Estancia Tournament

5th Place

Glendale Hoover 62, Bellevue (Wash.) 48--Haik Stepanyan made five three-point baskets and finished with 23 points for the Tornadoes (6-7), who won the fifth-place game of the Estancia tournament.

7th Place

Corona del Mar 65, Mary Star 59--All-tournament selection Jack Kalmeta had 23 points, six rebounds and three assists, but the Stars (3-13) were unable to rally from a 15-point halftime deficit in the seventh-place game. Adrian Navarro added 14 points and four rebounds.

9th Place

Rosemead 74, Marina 66 --Richard Van Zant netted a game-high 30 points and Kevin Cheng added 17 as the Panthers (8-7) rode the effective 1-2 scoring punch to victory. Rosemead took command in the third quarter, outscoring Marina 22-9 to take a 56-48 lead.

Granite Hills (San Diego) Tournament

Pacific Hills 75, Calexico 42--details not available

Hart Tournament

Championship

North Hollywood 58, Crespi 57-- Kenny Hauser of North Hollywood sank two free throws to give the Huskies (10-4) a 58-57 victory in the Hart Holiday Classic boys' basketball tournament championship Saturday.  Hauser scored 11 points in the fourth quarter, highlighted by a driving layup off a steal to give the Huskies a three-point lead with three minutes remaining.  Crespi's Alan Ellis missed two jumpers in the waning seconds. The game featured 20 lead changes. Crespi's Andrew Moore scored 20 points.   Crespi (9-3) has reached the final in three tournaments this season but didn't win a title. After North Hollywood took the lead on two free throws by Kenny Hauser with 14 seconds remaining, Allan Ellis of Crespi missed two jumpers in the final five seconds.  In the fourth quarter the Huskies (9-4) overcame a nine-point deficit to tie it, 47-47, on a basket by Hauser with 5:43 remaining.    Hauser, the tournament's most valuable player, scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter. He said he wasn't concerned in the least after he made the free throws. Kingsley Anyanwu scored 17 points for Crespi and David Danipour had 14 for North Hollywood.

3rd Place Game

Daniel Murphy 81, Camarillo 75-- Camarillo's Jared Jungwirth scored 28 points and Ian Caldwell added 25, but the Scorpions (9-6) lost their second in a row and had to settle for fourth place. Justin Turman scored 27 points for Daniel Murphy (10-4), and freshman Chukwuma Awaji chipped in 25. The Scorpions fell behind, 23-4, in the first quarter and couldn't recover in the third-place game Ian Caldwell and Jared Jungwirth each scored 18 points in the second half, but it wasn't enough for the Scorpions (9-6).  Jungwirth wound up with 28 points and Caldwell had 25.  The Scorpions played without Coach Mike Prewitt, who had to sit out because he was ejected from Friday's loss to North Hollywood.

5th Place Game

Saugus 68, Glendale 57--Justin Muszalski scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half as the Centurions (8-5) overcame a 30-26 deficit in the fifth-place game.  Chad Krogh had 14 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, for Saugus. Varooj Karibyan scored 25 points for Glendale (7-7). Defending tournament champion Saugus came back from a four-point halftime deficit, converting 11 of 13 free throws. The Nitros (7-7) were led by Varooj Karibyan with 25 points -- giving him 51 in two games -- and Hugo Guerrero added 14.  Justin Muscalski (15 points) and Chad Krogh (14 points) led the Centurions (7-6). Krogh connected on 6 of 6 free throws in the fourth period.

7th Place Game

Hart 59, LACES 41--Paul Hanges scored 15 points, including three three-point baskets, to help the Indians (8-7) finish seventh. Matt Torres scored 18 for Burroughs (5-8). Hart opened an early lead and was never threatened. Jeff French scored 12 points (10 in the first half) and Luke Hilmo scored all of his 10 points in the second half. Jamal Johnson scored 16 points for defending tournament finalist LACES (6-9).

9th Place Game

Burroughs 65, Palmdale 61--The Indians overcame a 15-point deficit in the third quarter to win the ninth-place game in overtime.    

11th Place Game

Reseda 66, West Bakersfield 53--Sergei Lepiashinski had 26 points as the Regents (7-8) finished 11th. Lepiashinski scored three 3-pointers. Chris Dixon led West Bakersfield (7-5) with 18 points. The Vikings' Joe Jackson had 10.

13th Place Game

Beverly Hills 49, Cleveland 35--The Cavaliers fell behind, 18-7, and lost the 13th-place game. Matthew Awad had 14 points for Cleveland (1-11). Haben Hagos of Beverly Hills (4-6) scored 15 points, 12 in the second half.

15th Place Game

Littlerock 56, Royal 55--Darryl Edwards scored 21 points to help the Lobos (5-10) break a three-game losing streak, as Littlerock erased an eight-point halftime deficit. Laqwin Mitchell added 14 points and sophomore Tim Anderson chipped in 12. Royal's Joel Hendershot scored 22 points -- giving him 48 in two games -- but none of his teammates managed more than seven points. Royal (1-10) had a chance to win at the buzzer, but was unable to convert. 

Hawaii St. Louis Tournament (Walter Wong Tournament)

3rd Place Game

South Torrance 39, St. Louis/Hawaii 27--Clete Albitz (all-tournament) had 13 points while Matt Pederson and Un Koh each added eight as the Spartans claimed third place.

Second Round

East Lake (Washington) 69, Thousand Oaks 56--The Lancers were outscored, 25-12, in the fourth quarter of a second-round loss in the St. Louis tournament in Honolulu.  Kevin Rex scored 16 points and Kyle Kegley had 15 for Thousand Oaks (8-3).

Thousand Oaks 90, Service (Alaska) 41--Kyle Kegley scored 20 points and the Lancers beat the top-seeded team in the St. Louis tournament.      Service played without four starters who were suspended for disciplinary reasons.  Ben Olson added 19 points for Thousand Oaks (8-2), which led, 29-10, after the first quarter.

Hemet - West Valley 2000 Mustang Shootout

Championship Game

Arlington 65, Riverside Poly 61--Rafael Simon and Adam Aquirre each scored 17 points as Arlington defeated Riverside Poly, 65-61, Saturday in the championship game of the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley High. Arlington trailed by one entering the second half, but took the lead on a three-pointer by Shawn McAllister and subsequent free throws by Logan Willman, who was fouled away from the ball. Both teams traded free throws in the final minute. Guard Josh Dunaj led the Bears (9-5) with 19 points and Jackson Wood scored 13. ARLINGTON (65) -- Simon 17, Glover 4, Willman 8, Holguin 3, McAllister 8, Aguirre 17, Christie 6, Tanger 2. POLY (61) -- Parry 6, Tyson 2, Dunaj 19, Salazar 8, Lopez 8, Wood 13, Russell 1, Vonalt 4.  Halftime score -- Arlington 33-32. Three-point goals -- Simon 3, McAllister 2, Dunaj 2, Salazar 2, Wood. Total fouls -- Arlington 22, Poly 24. Fouled out -- Christie, Russell, Tyson. Technical fouls -- Dunaj. Records: Arlington 11-4, Poly 9-5

3rd Place

Temescal Canyon 77, Rancho Verde 70 -- RANCHO VERDE (70) -- Nash 43, Brown 14, Walker 6, A. Singfield 4, Rivera 2 , Baker 1. TEMESCAL CANYON (77) -- Maxey 31, Roberson 18, Ellenwood 10, Peterson 6, Zarbok 5, Winga 5, Callahan 2. Halftime score -- tied 38-38. Three-point goals -- Maxey, Winga, Roberson, Nash 4. Total fouls -- Rancho Verde 23, Temescal Canyon 19. Fouled out -- Baker, A. Singfield.   Records: Rancho Verde 8-6, Temescal Canyon 11-3

5th Place Game

Palm Desert 60, Banning 59 -- Donald Brady had 21 points and five three-pointers to lead Palm Desert to a fifth place finish in the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley High. Marlon Harris led Banning with 17 points. Banning held a nine-point lead entering the fourth quarter, but saw it disappear when Palm Desert outscored the Broncos, 25-15, in the fourth. BANNING (59) -- Stokes 5, Harris 17, Malone 11, Johnson 6, Foster 2, Jackson 2, Williams 16  PALM DESERT (60) -- Zazulia 16, McQuillen 4, Harris 13, Brady 21, Smith 6. Halftime score -- Banning 28-19. Three-point goals -- Stokes, Harris, Williams 3, Zazulia 2, Brady 5. Total fouls -- Palm Desert16, Banning 12. Fouled out -- None.

9th Place Game

Elsinore 101, Cathedral City 96 --The two teams combined for 19 three-pointers and five players scored 21 or more points as Elsinore and Cathedral City ended play in the Mustang Shootout. Elsinore finished ninth in the 27-team tournament. Elsinore scored 36 points in the second quarter, led by Trayon Keahey's 11. Keahey finsihed with 22, and Cathedral City was led by Gerald DeVance's 27. ELSINORE (101) -- Keahey 22, Green 21, Lux 9, Cirilo 22, Kondus 18, Weise 2, Wolter 7. CATHEDRAL CITY (96) -- DeVance 27, Lambert 12, Otteson 9, Heredia 21, Gray 15, Shewmake 12. Halftime score -- Elsonire 50-35. Three-point goals -- Keahey 4, Green, Lux 3, Cirilo 3, DeVance 4, Otteson, Heredia 3. Total fouls -- Elsinore 20, Cathedral City 21. Fouled out -- None. Records: Elsinore 8-4, Cathedral City 9-4.

11th Place Game

Santiago 51, Temecula Valley 43-- Bryan LeDuc and Noel Cliett had field goals in the last two minutes to extend a two point lead and give Santiago an eleventh place finish in the 27 team Mustang Shootout. Justin Griffin led Santiago with 20 points. TEMECULA VALLEY (43) -- Forrest 18, Green 6, Louis 5, Watson 5, Cooper 3, Shepard 3, Badue 2, Bomar 1. SANTIAGO (51) -- Griffin 20, LeDuc 8, Cliett 7, Block 6, Coleman 6, May 4.  Halftime score -- Temecula Valley 26-21. Three-point goals -- Green 2, Cooper, Louis, Sheppard, Griffin 4, Coleman. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 15, Santiago 15. Fouled out -- None. Records: Temecula Valley 7-8, Santiago 7-8

Consolation 3rd Place Game

Palm Springs 64, San Jacinto 55 -- Palm Springs' Kevin Howard led the Indians with 18 points in the consolation third-place game at the Mustang Shootout. San Jacinto was led by Eric Duguid's 21 points. Records: San Jacinto 6-6, Palm Spring 6-6.SAN JACINTO (55) -- Duguid 21, Padilla 7, Luna 5, Hyland 8, Medina 2, Frazier 12.  PALM SPRINGS (64) -- Berry 3, Nabhan 4, Johnson 10, Harris 2, Howard 18, Whitted 5, Greer 12, Barton 10. Halftime score -- Palm Springs 27-24. Three-point goals -- Howard, Duguid, Luna, Hyland, Frazier 2. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 18, Palm Springs 16. Fouled out -- None. 

Consolation Game

Ramona 79, Hemet 58 -- Walter Carr scored 14 of his game-high 23 points in the first half to help Ramona build an 18-point lead at the break in the Mustang Shootout Tournament.HEMET (58) -- Griffin 4, Martinez 12, Crane 16, Viega 2, Graham 2, Masiel 8, Smith 3, Johnson 3, Boyd 3, Padgett 5. RAMONA (79) -- Lewis 8, Downey 13, Carr 23, Mosqueda 9, Fletcher 14, Alex 3, Llerma 3, Wilder 2, Diaz 4.   Halftime score -- Ramona 37-19. Three-point goals -- Masiel 2, Johnson, Boyd, Fletcher 3.. Total fouls -- Hemet 16, Ramona 16. Fouled out -- None.  Records: Hemt 5-7, Ramona 8-7.

Consolation Game

Beaumont 56, Bloomington 48-- Beaumont outscored Bloomington 20-5 in the third quarter and held on for the victory in the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley. Reuben Mitchell led the Cougars with 18 points and 12 rebounds and John Ramos added 12 points.  BLOOMINGTON (48) -- Thomas 14, Davis 13, James 3, C. Smith 3, Salas 7, Lee 2, Montoya 6. BEAUMONT (56) -- Mitchell 18, Ramos 12, Mendoza 7, Hackney 7, Curtis 10, Moreno 2. Halftime score -- Beaumont 19-17. Three-point goals -- Curtis, Thomas, Davis, C. Smith. Total fouls -- Beaumont 16, Bloomington 25. Fouled out -- James, C. Smith, Salas, Lee. Technical fouls -- Davis. Records: Beaumont 6-8

Consolation Game

Indio 52, Twentynine Palms 44-- Indio used a balanced attack with three players scoring in double figures to earn a victory at the Mustang Shootout. Earl Isaacson had 11 points and Michael Lopez and Anthony Lopez had 10 apiece. Records: Twentynine Palms 3-6, Indio 3-9 TWENTYNINE PALMS (44) -- Randle 6, Corney 3, Hester 19, Coghill 3, Cummings 4, Johnson 3, O'Gilvie 6.  INDIO (52) -- Roberson 4, A. Lopez 10, Nieto 3, Martinez 3, Wilson 2, M. Lopez 10, Cruz 9, Isaacson 11.   Halftime score -- Indio 24-16. Three-point goals -- Corney, Hester 5, Nieto, M. Lopez 2, Cruz 2. Total fouls -- Twentynine Palms 14, Indio 13. Fouled out -- None.

Consolation Game

Rubidoux 57, Moreno Valley 46 -- Rubidoux went on a 15-2 second quarter run to help them defeat Moreno Valley Saturday at Hemet High School in the Mustang Shootout. Nathan Walker had 22 points and Jonas Owens had 20 to lead Rubidoux. Moreno Valley was led by Ron Howard's 12 points MORENO VALLEY (46) -- Howard 12, Conley 10, Ashley 7, Brown 4, Bundy 4, Clarke 3, Norwood 2, Bailey 2, Long 2. RUBIDOUX (57) -- Walker 22, Owens 20, Williams 6, Murcio 5, Hemmings 4. Halftime score -- Rubidoux 25-19. Three-point goals -- Conley 3, Clarke. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 14, Ruboidoux 10. Fouled out -- None. Records: Rubidoux 11-5, Moreno Valley 7-7

Consolation Championship

Valley View 79, Norte Vista 33 --Moreno Valley Valley View went on a 21-8 first quarter run to win the consolation championship of the Mustang Shootout, ending the tournament with a 3-1 record. Sergio Cacho and Allen McCann led the Eagles with 11 points each.NORTE VISTA (33) -- Grisby 10, Rene 6, W. Horn 5, Hanley 2, J. Horn 4, Edwards 4, Carter 2. VALLEY VIEW (79) -- Cacho 11, Hayes 2, Castille 6, Rodgers 9, Thompson 7, McCann 11, Duffy 15, Dill 8, Somerville 5, Bradley 5. Halftime score -- Valley View 46-18. Three-point goals -- McCann 3, Rodgers Cacho. Total fouls -- Norte VIsta 23, Valley View 11. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- W. Horn. Records: Valley View 6-7, Norte Vista 4-11.

Consolation Game

Paloma Valley 46., Big Bear 45 --Paloma Valley's Richie Occino made one free throw with 16 seconds left to break a tie, and Kylo Ogo's steal preserved the victory in a consolation game at the Mustang Shootout. Big Bear, trailing most of the game, got even with 30 seconds left when A.J. Crider sank two free throws.PALOMA VALLEY (46) -- Occhino 13, Mejia 11, McNulty 14, Schroeder 8, Ogo 0. BIG BEAR (45) -- Crider 9, Zuidemak 15, Seevers 2, Smith 8, Ortiz 5, Fulmer 3, Wegner 3. Halftime score -- Paloma Valley, 25-22. Three-point goals -- Zuidemak 3, McNulty 2, Crider, Occhino. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 16, Big Bear 13. Fouled out -- Mejia. Records: Paloma Valley 3-9, Big Bear 4-7.

Highland Tournament

Serra 59, Calipatria 52-- Serra improved to 10-6 with the win. Tournament MVP Willie Asberry scored 12 points while Austin Jackson had 15 points and Loren Wade added 10.

Serra 75, Desert Christian 36--Serra improved to 9-6 with the second win of the day.  Willie Asberry scored 15 against Desert Christian.    Randal Odums posted 16 points versus Desert Christian and Wade had 14.   The tournament featured a round-robin format and the team with the best overall record was crowned the champion.  Other games played in the tournament on Saturday for which results were unavailable were:

Desert v. Desert Christian
Highland v. Calpatria
Highland v. Desert

Kingdom of the Sun adidas Holiday Invitaitonal (Florida)

Fresno Hoover 75, White Rock Christian 69--Javance Coleman had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Hoover to a 75-69 victory over White Rock Christian in the Kingdom of the Sun Tournament in Ocala, Fla.

La Quinta Gamer Invitational

Championship

Mira Costa 70, La Quinta (LQ) 54--  Tournament MVP Chase Wixom posted 27 points and 13 rebounds as the Mustangs (8-4) won the eight-team tournament. Greg Geier had 14 points while IV Wiley added 11. Jacob Insler and DeWayne Morris were all-tournament selections. La Quinta struggled from the onset, shooting just 5-of-15 from the floor in the opening quarter and wasn’t much better in the second, when the Blackhawks were 5-for-11. Still the game remained close because Mira Costa wasn’t much better, making just 10 of its 25 shots in the first half.  At the start of the third quarter Mira Costa led 29-26. But Mira Costa’s Chase Wixom, named tournament MVP, then scored 12 of his 29 points in the third as the Mustangs pulled away with a 6-0 run to take a 35-30 lead, a 12-2 run midway through including two 3-pointers by DeWayne Morris and Archie Wiley to take a 44-32 lead. The Mustangs then closed the quarter 6-2 spurt to increase their lead to 55-44. Wixom in his second year of organized basketball, scored just two points in the opening quarter but warmed up with 10 in the second. He finished with five points in the fourth.  La Quinta trailed by as much as 19 early on in the fourth but ate away on its deficit with work at the free throw line. Martinez led La Quinta with 18 points. Aceves finished with 17 and Gutierrez had 15. DeWayne Morris and Jacob Insler of Mira Costa were named to the all-tournament team. La Quinta’s all-tournament selections were Daniel Martinez, George Gutierrez and Arron Aceves.

3rd Place

Ridgecrest Burrough 60, Bartlett (Alaska) 56--The Burros opened the game with a 16-7 run and held on for the victory to take third place in the tournament. Rory O’Neil led all scorers with 27 points. Chris Bachman scored nine and Karl Williams and Pat Graham both scored seven. For Bartlett, Tui Alailefaleula led the Golden Bears with 22 points. Doron Perkins scored 15 and Andrew Smith scored 11. Rory O'Neil was selected to the All-Tournament team as was Bartlett's Andrew Smith.

5th Place

Danville Monte Vista 72, Cardinal Newman (Sonoma) 35--Chris Getty scored 10 of his 18 points in Monte Vista’s 27-9 third-quarter run as the Mustangs nailed down a fifth-place finish. Jeff Jones scored 11 an Brian Hicks scored seven. For Cardinal Newman, David Robb hit on six 3-pointers and finished with 24 points. Monte Vista’s Chris Getty and Cardinal Newman's David Robb were both named to the all tournament team.

7th Place

Ponderosa 50, Granite Hills 40--The Granite Hills Bruins trailed by six, 24-18, at the half but staged a 15-4 run in the third to pull away and finish seventh in the tournament. Jared Swarbrick scored 11 of his 31 points in the third. Phil Brown helped out Ponderosa with eight points. For Granite Hills, Ryan Parkman led the way with 11 points and Andrew Tasker, Brian Tocts and Leroy Lay all scored six points. Ponderosa’s Jared Swarbrick was named All-tournament, as was Granite Hills’ Leroy Hay.

La Salle Holiday Classic

Championship Game

Notre Dame 68, La Canada 67--Cody Pearson hit a six-foot shot in the lane with 11 seconds left to lead Notre Dame (12-1) to victory. The Knights successfully defended its La Salle Temple City Classic championship by taking a 15-3 lead. Michael Luderer helped by hitting two early 3-pointers. Billy Hofman had a chance to win the game at the buzzer but had his spinning jump shot bounce off the rim. Notre Dame is currently ranked No. 1 in the San Fernando Valley by the Daily News and the LA Times and No. 3 in Division III in the the SoCalHoops Top 20 poll. After trailing by as many as 14 points in the first half, junior guard Robbie Neyland finished with 21 points including 13 in the first half with three-three pointers to keep La Canada in the game as they trailed 19-15.  La Canada played a nearly flawless second half. The Spartans patiently ran their offense and scored most of their points on lay-ups and backdoor cuts to the basket.   Junior forward Mark Moore was particularly efficient late in the game. He scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half, including two consecutive lay-ups to put La Canada ahead, 67-64, with just 1:18 left. But with the game on the line, Notre Dame was able to find its money player in Pearson, while La Canada struggled to put together a quality shot.  The Spartans went on an 8-0 run to start the third quarter and took a four-point lead. The lead went back and forth until the Knights went on an 8-0 run midway through the fourth quarter.  La Canada pulled ahead as Billy Hofman connected with Mark Moore on three consecutive baskets to put the Spartans up 67-64 with 1:18 left. Hofman dished out nine assists. Moore scored 12 points and had eight rebounds. Pearson, who was named tournament MVP, had 30 points, four assist and four steals. Luderer, who was an all-tournament selection, added 19 points. La Canada had one last chance but Hofman missed a 15-footer at the buzzer. Moore and Neyland were also chosen to the all-tournament team.

3rd Place Game

St. Bernard 60, Valley Christian Cerritos 57--All-tournament pick Donald Penn scored 16 points as the Vikings (9-7) won the third-place game. Bruce Bebans added 14 while Yonas Michael had 10.

5th Place Game

La Salle 55, Franklin 45--All-tournament selection Matt Kelley scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the host Lancers (8-6).

7th Place

Montebello 63, LA Marshall 61 (OT)-- details not available.

9th Place (Consolation Championship)

Alhambra 64, Maranatha 39--Junior wing Marcus Harris scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Moors (11-3) rolled.

11th Place

Providence 2, Pasadena Marshall 0 (forfeit).--Providence picked up the win with a forfeit when Pasadena Marshall failed to show.

13th Place

Temple City 48, Gabrielino 42--details not available.

15th Place

Cathedral 74, Village Christian 42--Village Christian (2-12) lost the 15th-place game to Cathedral as the Crusaders were outscored 50-24 in the second half. Leading scorers for Village Christian were Daryl Ellis (12 points) and Jacob Briggs (11). Earvin Johnson, a 6-foot-4 center in his first action of the year, helped the Phantoms with 29 points and 15 rebounds.

La Verne Lutheran Tournament

Faith Baptist 72, SD Lutheran 37--Johnny Case led all scorers with 33 points to lead the Contenders of Canoga Park in a fifth-place game at the La Verne Lutheran Tournament. Faith Baptist (2-7) started strong and held a 20-point lead at halftime. Dennis Magat led an all-around attack by the Contenders with 12 points.

Marin Catholic Tournament

Championship

Glendora 58, SF Lincoln 52--Relying on significant contributions from its starters, Glendora High's boys basketball team finished strongly to win its 13th game in a row, capturing the Marin Catholic Tournament title with a 58-52 triumph over Lincoln of San Francisco on Saturday night. Juniors Larry Monroe and Mike Mehanna were catalysts to the second-half comeback, scoring eight and seven points, respectively, in the third quarter to turn a 27-23 deficit into a 42-38 lead. Kyle Bechler, who scored the game's first seven points for Glendora (13-1), finished with a team-high 20 points; Spencer Foster added 13 points and eight rebounds before fouling out.

37th Annual Nogales Classic Tournament

Championship

Verbum Dei 62, Damien 52--The Damien High School boys basketball team finally ran out of miracles Saturday night. The Spartans, who rallied from 17 points down two days ago to upset highly-regarded Fontana, couldn't match the size and power of Verbum Dei, succumbing to the Eagles, 62-52, in the championship game of 37th Nogales Classic.The Spartans, who also got 12 points from senior guard Kevin Clark and 11 points from guard Ralph David, nearly took it one step further. Damien, sparked mainly by the 3-point shooting from Garcia and David, took a 27-22 lead at halftime. The advantage was keyed by a 10-0 blitz over the final three minutes of the second quarter.  The Eagles (9-4), who received 18 points from Michael Lay and 12 points from James Muhammed, outscored the Spartans, 20-8, during the first six minutes of the third quarter to take a 42-35 advantage. Lay did most of the damage, scoring 11 points in the third quarter, including a 3-pointer from the top of the key with 2:31 left that was followed by a steal and layup from the senior guard for a 42-35 lead with 2:08 remaining. The Spartans, who fell behind by 13 points following baskets by Muhammed and Lay, didn't quit. Damien rallied to pull within seven points following a basket by Adam Buffum and back-to-back layups by Clark, the second which cut the lead to 51-44 with 5:16 left in the game. Verbum Dei countered with a rebound tip in by Muhammed and a driving six-footer by Lay.

3rd Place

San Dimas 60, Bell Gardens 48 --Senior guard Jason Greenlee scored 14 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to key a 23-15 run as the Saints (12-2) pulled away for the win.

5th Place

Fontana 62, La Serna 59--Anthony Martinez had 20 points, but the Lancers squandered a seven-point lead. Fontana was trailing 47-33 in the third, but made a 29-9 run in the fourth quarter to win the fifth-place game in the Nogales Tournament. Trayvon Williams led the Steelers with 16 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks, and Cory McJimson had 15 and 14 rebounds.   FONTANA (62) -- Clayton 6, Duran 3, Okoebor 2, Gibson 8, Gallardo 4, Okolugbo 3, McJimson 15, Williams 16, Mancha 3, Crull 2. LA SERNA (59) -- Perretta 0, Koza 13, Leibig 5, Duran 10, Gonzalez 9, Martinez 20, Picare 2.  Halftime score -- La Serna 29-25. Three-point goals -- Durun, Okolugbo, Martinez, Gonzalez, Koza. Total fouls -- Fontana 22, La Serna 22. Fouled out -- Perretta. Technical fouls -- Fontana coach, Gibson, Koza. Records: Fontana 7-5.

7th Place

Paramoutn 76, Eastside Catholic (Seattle)--Senior forward Charles Booth scored all 18 of his points in three quarters as the Pirates (11-6) got the win.  Senior guard Eric Frierson also came off the bench to pick up 10 points and 8 assists for Paramount.

Consolation Championship

Alta Loma 69, Walnut 59--Sean Moore scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Justin Hynes had 16 points and nine rebounds to lift the Braves (7-8).

North Salinas Classic Tournament

Championship

Trabuco Hills 72, Alisal 63-- Trabuco Hills, behind James Webster's 14 points, Wright's 19 and Kuyper's 16 won the championship game of this tournament, improving to 10-5 overall.  Alisal dropped to 8-5. Others scoring for Trabuco Hills were Baggerly 9, Tudor 7, Corbett 7.

Peach Classic

Crenshaw 67, Lower Richland 66 (2OT)--details not available.

San Diego Mt. Carmel Classic

7th Place Game

Torrance 65, Rancho Buena Vista 60--Scott Atkins scored 20 points as Torrance (6-6) secured seventh place at the 16-team tournament. James Chang chipped in 16 points.

San Diego Sun Devil Invitational  

11th Place Game

Bakersfield Centennial 74, Caso Park 59 --In the 11th-place game of the Sun Devil Invitational Mark Paine led the Golden Hawks with 26 points. Jake McCaa added 14 points for Centennial (5-8).

Santa Barbara Holiday Classic

Lincoln (Tacoma, WA) 58, Santa Barbara 47--Lincoln, 8-0, froze the Dons out of the paint with an aggressive, physical defense, winning 58-47 to end Santa Barbara's two-year grip on the championship.  Santa Barbara, 9-7, was held to just 14 points in the first half, nearly half of that on two, long 3-pointers by Dommanic Ingerson. Lincoln built a 31-11 lead as tournament MVP Leonard White scored 12 of his team-high 16 points in the first two quarters. The Dons fought a little harder to get inside in the second half and were rewarded with some foul shots. Santa Barbara had a 8-0 run midway into the fourth quarter and eventually cut the Abes' lead to 53-45 with 1:03 to play on a spinning, double-cut move by Ingerson.  But Aubrey Shelton, a 6-6 forward being looked at by Harvard, answered with a three-point play and added two free throws to put the game away. Ingerson led the Dons with 19 points, three assists and five rebounds. In contrast to the previous night, when he effort was concentrated mostly on offense, he appeared to play was passion at both ends against the Abes. Putnam, who had nine points, and Ingerson, were both named all-tournament.  SANTA BARBARA -- Putnam 9, DeRose 8, Koester 8, Inderson 19, Waterman 3. Totals 15 13-17 47. LINCOLN -- Crawford 2, Farrison 3, Shelton 12, Ahlstrand 11, White 16, Anderson 6, Holt 10. Totals 22 8-15 58. Santa Barbara . . . 6 8 11 22 -- 47  Lincoln . . . 9 22 7 20 -- 58  3-point goals--SB 4 (Ingerson 3, Putnam), L 6 (White 2, Anderson 2, Shelton, Ahlstrand). Fouled out--none.

3rd Place

Oxnard 77, Santa Monica 50--Shamir Simmons had 16 points (Santa Barbara News-Press) or 20 points (LA Times or Ventura County Star)--take your pick--and Nicholas Curtis added 14 (SB N-P) or 13 (LA Times), and 10 rebounds (VC Star)--again take your pick--as Oxnard took third and improved to 11-3. Oxnard (77) — Parker 1, Webb 7, Curtis 14,Murray 4, Monette 12, Davis 10, Abair 9, Simmons 20. Santa Monica (50) — Tobin 3, Drisie 2, Wolde-Tsadik 5, DeAngeles 5, Hutchinson 6, Young 4, Folonis 11, Parker 2, Pineda 2. Oxnard--23  18  19  17--77;   SM--12  13  13  12 --50 3-Point goals — Oxnard 4 (Curtis 1, Monette 2, Davis 1), Santa Monica 1 (Folonis). Fouled out — None.

5th Place

Dos Pueblos 59, West Torrance 48--Jamaal Diwan collected 14 points, but the Warriors (8-5) fell in the fifth-place game. All-tournament picks Dewayne Holifield and Matt Bellante each had 10.  For the second night in a row, the Chargers (10-3) broke open a close game in the second half.  Against West Torrance, 8-5, the Chargers went on a 12-0 run midway into the fourth quarter to turn a 45-43 lead into a secure win. Omar Cowan hit three 3-pointers and finished with 16 points while Kenny Sherman had 12 points and 12 rebounds. Point guard Damon Jenkins had six assists after getting 10 the night before. Steve Graybill, who had 12 points Saturday and double figures each game, was named all-tournament for the Chargers. DOS PUEBLOS -- Cowan 16, Graybill 12, Roegner 12, Sherman 12, Jenkins 7. Totals 23 8-16 59. WEST TORRANCE -- Madden 2, Diwan 16, Wilson 3, Brown 4, Dolick 3, Bellarie 10, Hollyfield 10, Harris 2. Totals 19 8-13 48. Dos Pueblos . . . 10 13 15 10 -- 48  West Torrance . . . 13 13 17 26 -- 59 3-point goals--WT 2 (wilson, Dolick). DP 5 (Cowan 3, Graybill, Jenkins). Fouled out--none. Technical fouls--WT coach, Graybill.

7th Place

Pasadena 85, Cabrillo 55--Marquez Munn had 23 points as Pasadena beat Cabrillo for seventh place. Brian McNease led Cabrillo with 14 points.

9th Place

Troy 65, Campolindo 51-- Troy overcame a 21-point effort by Joey Keeperman and took ninth. Keeperman led the tournament in scoring with 94 points.

Consolation Championship

Lompoc 61, Desert Mountain 51--Joel Smith scored 20 points and Scott Winter added 17 as Lompoc won the consolation championship. Smith was named all-tourney.

13th Place

Point Loma 50, Bishop Diego 34--Ben Antl scored 13 points and Tony Javey added 12 as Point Loma handed Bishop, 4-7, its third loss in the tournament. The Cardinals were led by Matt Korsan with 12 points. POINT LOMA -- Shipley 4, Brown 9, Antle 13, Javey 12, Go. Brown 3, Santos 1, Proctor 7, Ekweozor 1. Totals 15 18-26 50. BISHOP DIEGO -- Renick 7, Jahngir 5, Perez 2, Gallgher 2, Minehan 3, Brown 3, Korsan 12. Totals 8 6-13 34. Point Loma . . . 8 12 12 18 -- 50  Bishop Diego . . . 9 8 4 13 -- 34 3-point goals--PL 2 (Antl 2), BD 2 (Jahangir, Minehan). Fouled out--none

Slam Dunk to the Beach (Lewes, Del.)

3rd Place

Dominguez 73, Midwest City 67-- This report was posted by John Greene on our message board, so we'll just keep it here for posterity.   Thanks to John for sending it in:  "The Dominguez Dons beat a talented team from Oklahoma, the Midwest City Bombers, for third place in the Slam Dunk to the Beach tournament in Lewes/Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Tyson Chandler sat out again but the Dons' prevailed 73-67.  Led by top junior prospects 6-9, 235 lb Shelden Williams and 6-5 DeAngelo Alexander, Midwest City presented a formidable obstacle to the Dons leaving the tournament with a win and a share of the honors. But right from the tip the Dons took off running and didn’t stop until the game was over.  The Bombers, an up-tempo team themselves, were on their heals in the first few minutes of the game as the Dons blitzed them with fast breaks and tough trapping defense. Quickly the Dons went ahead on the strength of tough rebounding and balanced scoring. Darius Sanders led with inside scoring and ended the half with 6 boards and 12 points. Tony Bryant contributed to the effort by hitting a pair of threes and going 3 for 5 in the first half. Keion Kindred picked up 6 hard fought boards and 6 points in the half. Although the Bombers Williams ended the half with 17 and Alexander with 10, they got little scoring elsewhere. The score at the half was 39-30, the Dons. In the second half the Dons continued to push the ball. They increased the lead at the end of the third quarter by one to 54 to 44. However, the Bombers continued to contest every shot and every possession and in the fourth quarter started a run. Despite Bobby Jones picking up 12 points late in the game, scoring over and through many packed-in Bomber defenders, the Bombers chipped away at the lead. Though they were outscored 23 to 19 in the forth quarter, the Dons were able to hold off the surging bombers. Keeping them in the game was their 16 for 27 effort from the foul line, while the Bombers were only 1 of 2. When the final horn went off the Dons were up 73 to 67. Sanders, who was constantly going to the basket scoring and ripping down rebounds, ended with the team high in scoring of 21 points and also in rebounds, 10. Jones ended with 17 points and 7 boards and Tony Bryant picked up 14 points. Keion Kindred poured in 11 and pulled down 8 boards. Midwest City was lead by Williams with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Alexander collected 19 points and 6 rebounds in their losing effort. Sanders of the Dons and Williams and Alexander of the Bombers were named tournament all stars. Willowridge of Texas won the championship game for the second year in a row. Thirty-nine teams played in this year’s tournament, including 10 of the top 25 teams in the country.

South Lakes Seahawk Classic

3rd Place

South Lakes 82, University (Irvine) 71--Visiting University was led by Hiro Christoph with 23 points as they lost to host South Lakes in the third place game and fell to 7-6 overall on the season.  We have no idea where this tournament really took place, nor do we have a clue who South Lakes is, but hey, University is a local Socal team. . .

St. Anthony Tournament

Championship

LB Millikan 80, Price 62--Keith Moore and Marcus Dove each scored 20 points to help the Rams (11-4) capture the championship witha win over the Price Knights, a division 5A team.  Moore was named tournament MVP and Dove and Dominque Freeman were also selected to the All-Tournament team. 

3rd Place

Los Angeles 68, St. Mary's 55--details not available.

5th Place

St. Paul 75, St. Mary's (Canada) 42--James Samarin finished with a team-high 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Swordsmen (10-6).   Rudy Serna hit 5 three-pointeres in the win as the Saint's fell to 8-8 with the loss. Serna had a game high 16 points. 

Torrey Pines National Prep Classic

TPHS 2000 National Division

Championship

Centennial 70, Archbishop Muller 67 --Corona Centennial used an 11-0 run in the third quarter to defeat perennial powerhouse Archbishop Muller (OH) in the National division championship of the Nike Prep Classic at Torrey Pines High School. The Huskies held Matt Slyvester, an Ohio State signee who exploded for 20 points in the first half, to 6 points in the second half.  Jamal Williams, David Sybesma, and J.R. Reese were named to the all tournament team for Centennial, who remains undefeated. -- CENTENNIAL (70) -- L. Soderberg 4, Sybesma 14, Gonzales 8, Reese 9, J. Williams 25, B. Williams 4, E. Soderberg 6. ARCHBISHOP MULLER (67) -- Tabler 2, Byrnes 13, Monsorez 10, Nagel 6, Slyvester 27, McClure 2, Sibler 2, Wood 2. Halftime score -- Archbishop Muller 36-29. Three-point goals -- Gonzales 2, Burns, Slyvester 2. Total fouls -- Centennial 23, Archbishop Muller 32. Fouled out -- Gonzales, Slyvester, Wood. Records: Centennial 13-0,

5th Place Game

Santa Margarita 72, Brighton 26--R.J. Socci scored 17 points and Brandon Rohe added 11 to lead the Eagles (14-1) in the fifth-place game of the National Division.

7th Place Game

Eisenhower 67, St. Ignatius (San Francisco) 57--Eisenhower broke a two-game losing streak in taking seventh place in the tournament. Senior forward Alex Acker made six 3-pointers en route to a game-high 22 points for the Eagles. Joell Hart added 10 and Johnny Dukes had 10 for Eisenhower  ST. IGNATIUS (57) -- Strain 6, Gilbeaux 3, Metz 4, Conti 12, Berling 10, Nash 4, Young 6, Watters 2, Hines 2, Blake 2, Tobani 6. EISENHOWER (67) -- Acker 22, Hart 11, Rouzan 0, Dukes 10, Marshall 2, Markham 2, Jackson 3, Proctor 9, James 3, Nelson 5. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 33-23. Three-point goals -- Tobani 2, Strain 6, Nelson, Jackson, Hart, Acker 6, Proctor 2. Total fouls -- St. Ignatius 8, Eisenhower 14. Fouled out -- None. .

TPHS 2000 American Division

Championship

Ocean View 75, Chatsworth 68--Steve Clarke scored 24 points, including seven three-pointers, to lead the Seahawks (11-2) over Chatsworth (9-2) in the championship of the American Division.  A potent combination of long-range outside shooting and low-post height by Ocean View High of Huntington Beach was more than the Chatsworth boys' basketball team could handle Saturday night in the Torrey Pines National Prep Classic in San Diego. Shane Berry led all scorers with 30 points, including 18 points in the fourth quarter, but the comeback by the Chancellors fell short as the Seahawks prevailed 75-68 to win the American Division championship at Torrey Pines High.   Steve Clarke had 24 points, 7 of 9 in 3-pointers, for Ocean View (11-2) and the Seahawks used their height to outrebound the Chancellors 31-24. Berry sank three consecutive 3-pointers during an 18-4 run by Chatsworth (9-5) that cut the deficit to 67-63 with 1:46 remaining in the game. Teammate Brandon Robinson added nine of his 22 points in the fourth quarter, but the Chancellors were unable to sustain the momentum.

Consolation

Sylmar 58, Iona Prep (N.Y.) 54--Jeff Morse had 14 points and Sam Harris added 13 to lead the Spartans (4-8) past the Gaels (4-6) in the American Division consolation bracket.

TPHS 2000 Governor's Trophy

Championship Game

Capistrano Valley 75, Bishops 59--Tournament MVP Jake Franzen scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Cougars in the championship game of the Governor's Division. Jeff Gloger had 10, Sweany 14, Decases 7, Goswiller 2, and Mallon 14.   Scoring for Bishops:  Cole 24, Nieto 4, Tucker 10, Smith 10, Ryan Read 11.

Consolation

Moorpark 80, Orange Glen 67--Ron Russ scored 24 points including three 3-point baskets and teammate Greg Estandia and Blake Sharpe added 10 points apiece as the Musketeers (9-4) defeated the Patriots (7-6) in the Governor's Trophy consolation bracket.  Ron Russ scored 25 points to lead Moorpark (9-4).  Greg Estandia and Blake Sharpe each scored 10 points. Ian McKeithern of Orange Glen scored 25 points. Orange Glen (67) — McKeithen 25, Pound 4, Benavides 7, Thomas 9, Phillips 6, Tartir 16. Moorpark (80) — Kauffmann 5, Paran 2, J. Fortman 2, S. Fortman 6, Carter 5, Abibzadeh 4, Ceja 6, Russ 24 Estandia 10, Tormos 6, Sharpe 10.   OG--14  16  15 23--67;'  Moorpark--17  21  15  27--80   3-Point goals — Orange Glen 2 (Benavides), Moorpark 6 (Russ 3, Hoffman 1, Fortman 1, Sharpe 1).

TPHS 2000 Mayor's Cup

Championship

El Camino 75, Escondido 67 (3OT) --  El Camino outlasted Escondido, 75-67, in a thrilling triple overtime contest Saturday in the championship game of the Mayor's Cup Division at Carmel Valley Middle School. Division MVP Jamal Brathwaite of El Camino scored 19 points and grabbed 21 rebounds. Brathwaite scored 15 of his points in the first three quarters before scoring four in the third overtime.   The Wildcats (9-6) appeared to be headed to an easy win early. After beating Palo Verde of Las Vegas, 94-46, earlier in the day, El Camino streaked to a 25-11 lead against Escondido.  But the Cougars (8-4) scored the first 13 points of the second half to tie the game at 29, and it was a battle the rest of the way. El Camino went on a 9-4 run to lead 38-33 after three quarters, but Escondido tied it at 44 with 3:34 to play on a Chris Nelson 3-pointer. From that point on, the game was tied seven times and the lead changed hands three times. Neither team led by more than two until a Daniel Bastine basket put El Camino ahead by three with 2:30 to play in the third overtime. The Cougars' Justin Bell finished with a game-high 30 points. Nelson, who played with four fouls from the 5:47 mark of the third quarter until he fouled out nine seconds in the third overtime, finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Mikel Watson had 19 for El Camino while Bastine had 17, including four in the third overtime. Carl McCullough finished with 14 for the Wildcats.

5th Place Game

Simi Valley 60, Merrill West (Tracy, CA) 56--Dustin Villepigue scored 18 points as the Pioneers (11-2) edged the Wolf Pack (10-5) in the fifth-place game of the Governor's Trophy bracket. Jered Weaver and Ryan Bradshaw contributed 17 and 13 points, respectively.  Stevie Martin hit two free throws with 10 seconds left to clinch fifth place for the Pioneers in the Governor's Division of the Torrey Pines tournament.  Dustin Villepigue had 10 second-half points Jered Weaver had 10 in the first half, and Ryan Bradshaw hit three three-point baskets for Simi Valley.   Dustin Villepigue and Jered Weaver had 18 and 17 points, respectively, for Simi Valley (11-2). Ryan Bradshaw added 13 points, including three 3-pointers. Simi Valley made 11 of 14 free throws. Curtis Owens had 18 points for Merrill Valley.  Merrill West (56) — Roycroft 6, Savoy 15, Owens 18, Quinley 2, Cook 13, Riech 2. Simi Valley (60) — Villepiegue 18, Weaver 17, Bradshaw 13, K.C. Bellefontaine 4, Martin 4, Grandchamp 4.  Merrill West -- 14   11  17  14--56;  Simi Valley--12  17  17  14--60 3-Point goals — Merrill West (Savoy, Owens). Simi Valley (Bradshaw 3, Weaver 2). Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Merrill Valley 18, Simi Valley 16.

Consolation

Canoga Park 71, University-San Diego 51 --Cecil Brown had a game-high 40 points as the Hunters (6-7) easily defeated the Dons (2-10) in a pool-play game of the Mayor's Cup bracket. Brown averaged a remarkable 35 points per game for the tournament.

Ventura Kiwanis Tournament

Championshp

Rio Mesa 66, Ventura 54 -- Tunde Alonge, the tournament's most valuable player, had 30 points and 18 rebounds to lead the Spartans to the Ventura tournament title. Angel Torres had 12 points and John Moreno had eight assists for Rio Mesa (7-6).  Rio Mesa (7-6) used a 14-0 second-quarter run, holding the Cougars scoreless for seven minutes, to put the game out of Ventura's reach by halftime at 31-14 as the Spartans held off Ventura (8-7) in the championship game. Tunde Alonge scored 28 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead Rio Mesa, which capitalized on Ventura's failure to secure defensive rebounds throughout the half.   Ventura put together a rousing third quarter behind the play of its big men, Jason Gruber and Bryan Easterly. Gruber started off the half with a hook shot at the 7:23 mark to fuel an 8-0 Cougar run. Easterly put in three shots from inside five feet during the span. Rio Mesa did not score a basket until the fourth minute when Alonge tipped in a missed shot. Ventura outscored Rio Mesa 18-12 in the quarter.   In the fourth quarter, the teams went back and forth trading baskets. Easterly scored 13 of his team-high 18 points in the period. The Cougars cut the lead to nine several times. But Rio Mesa answered with a basket on every occasion. Jimmy Ikeda hit two 3-pointers with under a minute to go, but Ventura got no closer than 61-54 as Rio Mesa made 7 of 8 free throws down the stretch to seal the win.  Spartan Angel Torres chipped in 16 points while John Moreno added eight assists. Gruber and Easterly were named to the all-tournament team for Ventura while John McBride represented Rio Mesa. Alonge was named Most Valuable Player.   Rio Mesa (66) — Robison 3, Alonge 28, Moreno 5, Lazcano 5, McBride 9, Bednar 2, Torres 16. Ventura (54) — Ikeda 6, Prophet 3, Robinson 4, Wagner 6, Easterly 18, Davis 2, Gruber 6. Rio Mesa--17  16  12  23--66;   Ventura--9  5  18  22--54  3-Point goals — Rio Mesa 5 (Alonge 2, Moreno 1, Torres 2). Ventura 7 (Ikeda 2, Easterly 3, Wagner 2). Rebounds — Rio Mesa (Alonge 18). Assists — Rio Mesa (Moreno 8). Records — Rio Mesa 7-6. Ventura 8-7.

3rd Place

Buena 66, Morro Bay 54--Buena got 17 points from Hylas Smith, who was selected all tournament. Matt Colton had 13 points and 17 rebounds, and the Bulldogs (11-5) finished third in the Ventura tournament.

5th Place

Nordhoff 79, Channel Islands 62-- Nordhoff laimed fifth place, beating Channel Islands 79-62. Eric Bensley scored 27 points and Matt Murphy added 24.

7th Place

Santa Paula 71, Antelope Valley 62--Santa Paula, getting 31 points from Ryan Frutos, was the seventh-place winner defeating Antelope Valley 71-62.

Whataburger Classic (Texas)

3rd Place Game

Bishop Montgomery 60, Plano East (TX) 57-- Bishop Montgomery showcased its depth in a 60-57 victory over Plano East of Texas to capture third place in the upper 5A division of the Whataburger Classic in Fort Worth, Texas. Fred Washington had 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists and Kenny D'Oyen posted 14 points for the Knights (10-2). Washington and D'Oyen took pressure off the Craven twins — Errick had 13 points and Derrick added eight points and nine assists.  

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