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Game Scores and Details From
Tuesday 1/2/01--(Jan 3, 2001)

There weren't many games played on Tuesday, but here are the results we managed to find.  League play for most teams has already begun, and for the rest will start in the next few days, so there will be a ton of stuff to report on.  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.

Non-League Games  Tuesday 1/2/01

Antelope Valley 79, Paraclete 59- Paraclete:    Brown 4, Tepler 2, Lowery 2, Jeffries 7, Gill 18, Watts 4, Marquez 11, Hiley 11, AV--Williams 10, Adderly 6, Grillo 6,Bradley 15, Culver 5, Monares 2, White 15, Womack 3, Baker 4, Cox 5, Wilkins 8,.  Paraclete 3-6, AV 7-8.

Arlington 57, Hemet 44 -- Riverside Arlington outscored Hemet 17-4 in the first quarter and held on to win a non-league game. Shawn McAllister scored a game-high 15 points. HEMET (44) -- Griffin 5, Martinez 15, Crane 12, Veiga 2, Graham 2, Boyd 2, Padgett 6.  ARLINGTON (57) -- Simon 6, Willman 4, Holguin 10, Acosta 5, McAllister 15, Wall 2, Christie 12, Aguirre 3. Halftime score -- Arlington 38-23. Three-point goals -- Holguin 2, Acosta, McAllister 2, Martinez 2, Crane 2, Griffin. Total fouls -- Hemet 24, Arlington 21. Fouled out -- Griffin.   Records: Arlington 12-4.

Cajon 79, Rialto 39-- Cajon started off on a 28-5 run and never looked back as the Cowboys beat the Knights for the second time in five days.  Cajon forward Donovan Morris led all players with a game-high 29 points and also grabbed seven rebounds. Mike DeArmar added 12 points and 11 rebounds.  Cajon (9-5) has gone 4-0 since losing a shocker to Kaiser early in the San Bernardino Kiwanis Tournament. The Cowboys beat Rialto 55-47 at the San Bernardino Kiwanis Shootout last Friday.   Andre Payne added 13 points for Cajon, while Demytry Lewis had 11. Rialto (8-5) had a nightmare of a first quarter, missing countless open shots. On one possession, the Knights missed four uncontested layups before Cajon was able to grab the rebound. Rialto's 39 points were its fewest in a game this season. The Knights, who didn't have a single player score in double figures, were led by Darren Brock's nine points. Host Rialto shot just 24 percent (14 of 58) en route to a lopsided loss to San Bernardino Cajon. Junior Donovan Morris scored 27 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Cowboys.  CAJON (79) -- Morris 27, Dew 5, Clark 2, DeArman 12, Silvas 7, Payne 13, Lewis 13.  RIALTO (39) -- Word 3, Gales 5, Glass 5, Autry 1, Brock 9, Green 2, Diggins 2, Williams 5, Funn 7. Halftime score -- Cajon 37-21. Three-point goals -- Morris 3, Payne, Word, Glass, Funn. Total fouls -- Cajon 14, Rialto 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.    Records: Cajon 9-5. Rialto 9-3.

Calvary Chapel Downey 56, Santa Fe 55--Junior point guard Tim Drisdom had 19 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter as the Grizzlies (13-2) barely beat the host Chiefs (8-6).

Capistrano Valley 71, Edison 51-- Jake Frazen scored 17 points with two three-pointers and Pete De Casas added 15 points to lead Capistrano Valley over Edison, 71-51, in a nonleague boys basketball game Tuesday at Capistrano Valley High. Justin Demere, who made three three-pointers, finished with nine points for the Cougars (12-2). Beau Roquemore led the Chargers (6-9) with 18 points. Matt Gonzalez added 12 points and Richard Schwartz finished with 10 points for Edison.

Cathedral 72, St. Paul 66-- The host Phantoms took advantage of a pair of missed free throws at the close of regulation to seize control in the overtime and gain the victory. St. Paul (10-7) had a good chance to win with two seconds remaining in regulation, but Dontay Holloway missed a pair of free throws to send the game into overtime

Colton 85, Kaiser 82--Senior 6-9 center Kevin Pinkney scored 46 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to carry Colton High School to a 95-82 victory over visiting Kaiser in a nonleague game Tuesday.  Colton senior 6-0 guard Jason Jones added 12 points, eight assists and six rebounds as the Yellowjackets improved to 7-7. Kaiser (6-9) got 21 points from Eric Willhite and 20 from Steven Williams.

Daniel Murphy 72, Valley Christian Cerritos--With a chance to win or tie, the Crusaders turned the ball over twice in the last 23 seconds an dlost to the host Nobles (8-3).  Senior forward Matt Lovinger led Valley Christian (9-7) with 18 ponts 6 boards and 5 assists.  Senior forward Bill Swain also had 14 points and 5 rebounds in the loss.

El Rancho 62, Montebello 50--Senior Mark Elisaldez sank five long-range bombs in the opening half as El Rancho buried visiting Montebello, 62-50, in nonleague action Tuesday night. Elisaldez was 5-for-7 from 3-point-range in the opening half on his way to scoring a team-high 28 points and also added six assists, coming up big when the Oilers mounted a rally.  While it was Elisaldez doing the damage, junior Bobby Miller was the one applying the finishing touches. Miller hit four free throws in the final two minutes and finished with 15 points; teammate Johnny Urrutia chipped in with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Glendale 64, Mark Keppel 39--Junior forward Hugo Guerrero scored a game-high 20 points and 10 rebounds Tuesday to lead Glendale to a 64-39 nonleague victory against Mark Keppel High. The Nitros (8-7) have won six of their last eight games, and didn't yield a point in the first quarter.  Keppel didn't score until Jason Yano made a pair of free throws to make it 23-2 with four minutes, 25 seconds left in the second quarter.   Mark Keppel 0 7 15 17 -- 39  Glendale 17 8 20 19 -- 64  MARK KEPPEL -- Diep 7, Matsuo 10, Yano 5, Lai 1, Chinn 6, Yamauchi 10.  Three-pointers: Yamauchi 2.  GLENDALE -- Calton 3, Nicholas 7, Guerrero 20, Van Patten 17, Karibyan 13, Galustian 2, Hall 2.  Three-pointers: Van Patten 4, Calton, Karibyan.

Hoover 52, Alhambra 41--The Tornadoes are 7-7 after Tuesday night's 52-41 convincing victory over visiting Alhambra High in a nonleague game. Hoover led by as much as 19 points in the fourth quarter and never trailed after the midway point of the second quarter against a team that came in with a 11-3 record.  Hoover had only one starter score in double figures, with junior Haik Stepanyan scoring 16.  But other starters like Armen Baghdasarian and Vram Ismalian found ways to contribute. Baghdasarian, the point guard, scored just five, but ran the Tornado offense to near perfection, as Hoover shot 20 of 46 from the field (43.5%). And Ismalian, a power forward, grabbed 10 rebounds in addition to his four points. Fred Akopyan provided some spark with his hustle, scoring 12 points and collecting three steals. Sophomore Chris Rivera did the same, chipping in with seven points. Even Lonnie Abernathy scored some key buckets, finishing with five.   Hoover got off to a quick start, leading 9-2, but slowed down a bit, spotting Alhambra a 17-12 lead early in the second quarter.  But from that point on, it was all Hoover. The Tornadoes closed the quarter on a 17-4 run and after a slow start to the third, Kohlmeier's squad went on a 6-1 run to end the period and led, 43-29, entering the fourth.  In the fourth, Hoover opened with a 7-2 run to lead by its biggest margin, 50-31, with 4:02 remaining.  Alhambra 13 8 8 12 -- 41  Hoover 10 19 14 9 -- 52   ALHAMBRA -- Chung 6, Rosario 17, Nguyen 6, Tram 3, Jeng 3, Su 3, Tan 2, Watanabe 1.   Three-pointers: Rosario 3, Cheng 2, Nguyen 2, Su.  HOOVER -- Baghdasarian 5 and 4 steals, Stepanyan 16 and 3 steals, Ismalian 4 and 10 rebounds, Chinivizyan 1, Rivera 7, Abernathy 5, Akopyan 12, Mirzakhanyan 2.  Three-pointers: Stepanyan 3, Baghdasarian. 

Littlerock 66, Burroughs (Burbank) 65-- Buroughs--Rucker 4, Torres 6, Paysinger 7, Adam Klein 15, Holmes 9, Keith Jarbo 16, Hitt 4;  Littlerock:  Lewis 2, Smith 6, Darryl Edwards 27, 6 steals, Hughes 2 and 7 rebounds, Mitchell 6, Tim Anderson 16, 10 rebounds, Creel 7 and 4 steals.  Littlerock 6-10.

Perris 77, Temescal Canyon 74 -- Antoine Gilliam scored a game-high 37 points to help Perris defeat Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon in a non-league game. Jason Zimmer pulled down 19 rebounds and Taurean Miller scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Panthers. This was the first game Perris has played since Dec. 8. PERRIS (77) -- Gilliam 37, Zimmer 9, Miller 17, Hunter 4, Ndukwe 2, Robinson 2, Greene 2, Gordan 4.  TEMESCAL CANYON (74) -- Garrett 2, Peterson 2, Maxey 17 points, Callahn 0, Williams 0, Cleary 7, Zarbok 10, Wing 21, Roberson 12, Ellenwood 2. Halftime score -- Perris 38-30. Three-point goals -- Gilliam 6, Maxey 3, Zarbok 2, Cleary, Wing 4. Total fouls -- Perris 17, Temescal Canyon 18. Fouled out -- Hunter.   Records: Perris 5-5, Temescal Canyon 11-4

Santa Paula 58, Rio Mesa 53--RM--Alonge 10, Moreno 9, Lazcano 8, McBride 12,  Bedenar 2, Torres 8, Carey 2, Smith 2.   SP--Lopez 19 and 5 steals, Frutos 29, A. Rico 4, L. Rico 4, Bustos 2.  Santa Paula 8-6.

Saugus 96, Carpinteria 32-- The Centurions (9-6) overwhelmed Carpinteria (1-8), 96-32 Tuesday. Saugus senior forward Chad Krogh finished with a game-high 18 points, seven steals and six rebounds while playing only half the game.Krogh’s steal and assist to begin the game sparked a 15-0 run for the Centurions. He finished the run as well when he took the ball the length of the court for a lay-up. The Warriors spent the first 2:36 of the game playing defense on the Centurions end of the floor. Saugus took a 50-point lead with seven minutes remaining in the game when senior forward Josh Cook put in two. Warrior Ernie Lopez went two-for-two from the free-throw line to put the score at 78-30. Carpinteria offense then went comatose for the remainder of the game as they would only score two more points in the game’s final 6:48. The Centurions punctuated the game with slam dunk by Borrelli that compelled the crowd and the Saugus bench to stand and applaud.  The dunk gave Saugus a 60-point advantage, 92-32.

Servite 66, Whittier Christian 34--Billy Burfeind led the Friars in scoring with 14 points and Sebastian Zielonka added 10 points in a victory over the Heralds. Travis Ferracioli grabbed 10 rebounds and scored three points for the Friars (8-8). Servite led, 24-5, after the first eight minutes.  Tim Albeanu had 13 points and Bret Johnson scored 11 for Whittier Christian (1-13).

Silverado 54, Serrano 34--Chris Higgins and Justin White each scored 14 points to lift the visiting Hawks (8-7) over the Diamondbacks (6-10) in a nonleague game. Higgins and White each had eight rebounds. Junior 6-3 forward Lofton McDonald had eight points and 11 rebounds for Silverado.  Senior 6-1 forward Joe Sofio and junior 5-9 point guard Matt Rider each scored nine points for Serrano. Junior 5-8 guard Clark Flournoy pulled down seven rebounds. Rider grabbed six rebounds.

University 86, Irvine 81--Bobby Gomez scored 25 points with four three-pointers as the Trojans (8-6) defeated the visiting Vaqueros (9-7). Jason Garey finished with 19 points, including four three-pointers, and Hiro Christoph added 17 points for the Trojans. David Cox led the Vaqueros with 28 points. Irvine, trailing by 10 entering the fourth quarter, went on a 21-6 run to go up 65-60 before University (8-6) rallied to tie score, 70-70, and send it to overtime.  Bobby Gomez and Jason Garey each scored five points in overtime, with Gomez's late three-pointer putting the Trojans up for good. Gomez and Garey each made four three-pointers.  David Cox scored 28 points, Jorian Guinn had 16 and Kevin Johnson scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter for Irvine (9-7).

Valley View 67, Rancho Verde 52 -- Trailing 50-47 at the start of the fourth quarter, Moreno Valley Valley View outscored Moreno Valley Rancho Verde 20-2 to pull away for a non-league victory. J.S. Nash scored 25 points despite sitting out the start of the first and third quarters for disciplinary reasons.VALLEY VIEW (67) -- Cacho 7, Castillo 6, McCann 21, Duffy 17, Dill 6, Somerville 4, Bradley 5, Thompson 1.  RANCHO VERDE (52) -- Baker 6, Walker 4, Nash 25, A. Singfield 6, Brown 9, M. Singfield 2. Halftime score -- Valley View 35-25. Three-point goals -- Cacho, McCann 2, Nash. Total fouls -- Valley View 24, Rancho Verde 20. Fouled out -- Cacho, Nash. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Rancho Verde 8-7. Valley View 8-8.

Warren 62, Salesian 41-- The Bears didn't allow a single point in the first quarter and senior guard Julian Assibey led all scorers with 17 points as Warren defeated the visiting Mustangs (4-9)  After the end of one quarter the Bears led 10-0.  Senilor guard Jimmy Shull also scored 16 points and Aaron Hobbensiefken added 11 for the Bears (12-3).

Whitewater 69, Zinsmeyer Academy 26 -- Paced by Jason Hubbard's 13 first-half points, Whitewater jumped to a 24-point halftime lead and cruised to a non-league victory. ZINSMEYER ACADEMY (26) -- Browning 4, Williams 4, Miller 6, Stevens 3, Forbes 2, Bustamonte 3, York 2, Larios 2. WHITEWATER (69) -- Connors 18, Hubbard 23, Murdock 8, Lawrence 2, T. Williams 12, Martinez 4, Pardus 2.   Halftime score -- Whitewater 35-11. Three-point goals -- T. Williams 4, Hubbard 3. Total fouls -- Zinsmeyer Academy 3, Whitewater 13. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.  Records: Whitewater 1-0, 6-0 overall.

League Games  Tuesday 1/2/01

Christian League

Ontario Christian 71, Linfield 67-- The Knights (10-3, 1-0) led 38-24 at the half, but Linfield managed to close the gap in the fourth quarter. David Landry led the team with 17 points, nine assists and four steals and Matt Hoekstra added 17 points and 11 rebounds. Down 57-42 after three quarters, Temecula Linfield pulled within two points with 40 seconds remaining, but Ontario Christian made its free throws late to preserve a Christian League victory. LINFIELD (67) -- M. Duarte 28, Koenig 4, Smith 3, Larsen 12, Graham 14, Beckman 6.  ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (71) -- Landry 14, Fulkerson 12, Garcia 15, Gibson 6, M. Hackstia 17, T. Hackstia 5, Koolhaas 2. Halftime score -- Ontario Christian 38-24. Three-point goals -- Smith, Duarte, Graham, Garcia 3, Landry. Total fouls -- Linfield 14, Ontario Christian 8. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Linfield 0-1, 4-6.

Express League

Orangewood Academy 79, South Bay Lutheran 67--Warren Tamanaha scored 20 points with four three-pointers to lead the host Spartans (7-3, 1-0) over the Waves (3-6, 0-1) in an Express League matchup. Marcus Warren finished with 14 points, and Mike Mitchell added 12 for the Spartans.

La Verne Lutheran 68, Pioneer Baptist 56--Ryan Cumberland led the Trojans (6-3, 1-0) with 16 points and 11 rebounds, Michael Lee totaled 15 points, seven assists and four steals, Brandon Theus added 15 points and four assists and Jon Harmon scored 10 points.  LA VERNE LUTHERAN (68) Seckrater 6, Terry 2, Lee 15, Cumberland 16, Harmon 10, Moore 2, Mejia 2, Theus 15. PIONEER BAPTIST (56) Ja. Caebura 3, Dixon 18, Henson 3, Jo. Caebura 2, Zargoza 4, Curborz 18, Williams 8. L.V. Lutheran 10 15 20 23 -- 68 Pioneer Baptist 13 11 12 20 -- 56 Total fouls: LVL 14, PB 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Dixon (PB).

Freedom League

Wilson Creek 88, South Bay 17--Sophomore 6-1 forward Jimmy Bailey scored 20 points, pulled down 10 rebounds, had six assists, three steals and three blocks for the Panthers (2-1, 3-3) as they defeated the Panthers (0-3, 0-6) in a Freedom League game.

Liberty League

Providence 77, Viewpoint 43-- Providence was led by Messrelian with 17 while Derek Jones was held to just 6 points.  Eric Vaca had 14 and Escobedo 15 for the Pioneers who improved to 5-5 overall and 1-1 in league.    Viewpoint's J. Murray had 19 in the loss.

Metro League

Calvary Chapel Redlands 76, Christian Center Academy 38--Senior 6-6 center Chris Holz scored 30 points and had 16 rebounds, and Steven Martinez scored 14 points and made four three-pointers to give him 50 on the season as the visiting Bears (1-0, 7-2) beat the Warriors (0-1, 2-8) in the Metro League opener for both schools. Kevin Levimore led Christian Center with 13 points, and Angel Mejia added 11.

Ocean League

Compton Centennial 70, South Torrance 60-- Tony Key scored a team high 16 points to lead Centennial in their first league win over South Torrance on Tuesday night at Centennial.  Others scoring were Affalo 5, Eli 10, Burrell 2, Sterling Byrd 15, Anthony Davis 15.  South Torrance scoring was led by Albitz 26, followed by Peterson 11, Koh 4, Neino 2, Peterson 8, Brown 8.

Victory League

Desert Christian 70, Bethel Christian 37 -- Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian outscored Riverside Bethel Christian 27-5 in the third quarter to pull away for a win in the Victory League opener. Joshua Johnson scored seven of his game-high 28 points in the third to lead the Conquerors.BETHEL CHRISTIAN (37) -- Heiliger 16, Wilson 10, Seneff 4, Calix 3, Watson 2, Love 2.   DESERT CHRISTIAN (70) -- Johnson 28, Brattrud 16, Smith 12, Santana 10, Mangus 2, Hay 2. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 39-25. Three-point goals -- Heiliger, Wilson 2, Calix, Johnson 3. Total fouls -- Bethel Christian 7, Desert Christian 8. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Desert Christian 1-0, 8-3.

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 71, Riverside Bethel Christian 37 --details not available.

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