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Game Scores and Details From
Wednesday 1/3/01--(Jan 4, 2001)

There were a ton of games played on Wednesday.  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'll post the scores for now, and fill in with the game details throughout the day as we are able to input them.  We'll also be posting today's schedule of games shortly as well. 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.

City Section Games  Wednesday 1/3/01

Grant 80, Birmingham 61--Gino Riney had 20 points, 12 rebounds and four steals for the Lancers (9-5) in a nonleague victory at Grant.

San Fernando 88, Bravo 80--Victor Chacon had 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the Tigers in a victory at San Fernando.   Ramon Perry had 34 points and 10 rebounds for San Fernando (4-9). 

Southern Section League Games  Wednesday 1/3/01

Arrowhead League

La Sierra Academy 72, Ambassador Christian 57 --Jean-Pierre scored a game-high 18 points to help La Sierra Academy defeat Ambassador Christian in an Arrowhead League game. Michael Kiemeney added 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Records: La Sierra Academy 7-5, league 1-0, Ambassadar 1-3 in league  AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN (57) -- Palmer 14, Guzman 14, Pine 1, E.Guzman 12, Giden 15, Donell 1.  LA SIERRA ACADEMY (72) -- Paschal 4, Moya 2, Gomez 2, Boloico 2, Verde 16, E.Verde 6, Kiemeney 15, Bullon 18, Smith 1, Laurie 2, Castro 4.  Halftime score -- La Sierra Academy 35-31. Three-point goals -- Guzman, Paschal, Verde 3, E.Verde 2, Bullon 3. Total fouls -- Ambassador Christian 17, La Sierra Academ 17. Fouled out -- Palmer. Technical fouls -- Palmer.

Bay League

Morningside 61, Mira Costa 54--details not available

Redondo Union 61, Peninsula 33--details not available

Christian League

Western Christian 54, Loma Linda Academy 37--Brad Meister finished with a team-leading 19 points as the Fighting Lancers (12-4) opened league play on a winning note.

Woodcrest Christian 60, Calvary Chapel 45--Woodcrest Christian used its size to control the boards on both sides of the court to win the Christian League opener for both teams. Kevin Carpenter had 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead Woodcrest Christian; Kendal Pool blocked seven shots. MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (45) -- Wilkerson 13, Evans 10, Denny 4, Birchall 16, Gauspohl 2.  WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (60) -- Carpenter 17, Musich 10, Reyes 11, Daniel 2, Pool 3, Lusico 2, Burdett 4, Hawkins 3, Koning 2, Wells 6.  Halftime score -- Woodcrest Christian 35-21. Three-point goals -- Evans, Birchall, Reyes 3, Wells 2, Musich, Hawkins. Total fouls -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 15, Woodcrest Christian 19. Fouled out -- none.   Records: Woodcrest Christian 1-0 in league, 7-3 overall; Murrieta Calvary Chapel 0-1, 6-6.

De Anza League

Aquinas 69, Yucca Valley 47 --Junior Glenn Oheari scored 22 points and had eight steals as the Falcons (2-1, 6-3) beat the Trojans (0-3) in a De Anza League matchup. Aquinas scored 25 points in the final quarter to put away Yucca Valley. The Trojans were led by Brenson McPeak and Jordon Brewer, who each scored eight points.   Senior forward Jeff Langdon added 11 points a grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds for Aquinas. Oheari, a 5-9 guard, contributed 10 rebounds.

Banning 85, San Jacinto 67 --Flamingo Malone led Banning with 24 points, while Marlon Harris added 19 for the Broncos. Banning raced to a 23-6 lead after the first quarter, with Malone scoring eight and Harris adding seven to spark the Broncos. Malone grabbed 10 rebounds, and Harris had eight assists as Banning remained undefeated in the DeAnza League. Mike Frazier paced San Jacinto with 24 points.  SAN JACINTO (67) -- Davis 4, Duguid 11, Padilla 8, Luna 6, Hyland 7, Medina 5, Holmes 2, Frazier 24.   BANNING (85) -- Stokes 1, Harris 19, Malone 24, McDade 16, Foster 3, Steele 2, Campbell 1, Jackson 2, Williams 13, Colby 4. Halftime score -- Banning 42-27. Three-point goals -- Duguid 2, Luna 2, Frazier 2, Harris 2, McDade, Williams. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 23, Banning 24. Fouled out -- Hyland. Technical fouls -- Frazier, San Jacinto coach.  Records: Banning 9-7, 3-0 DeAnza League.

Riverside Notre Dame 58, Big Bear 39 --Senior 6-0 guard D.J. Crider had 11 points, including three three-point goals, seven rebounds, and six assists for the Bears (4-8) as they were defeated by the Titans in a De Anza league game. Tim Sanders scored 25 points, including seven three-point goals for Norte Dame. Sophomore 5-11 guard Kevin Zuidema had three three-pointers for nine points, and had five assists for Big Bear. Senior 6-1 forward Matt Foulkes pulled down eight rebounds.  Sanders made three of his seven three-pointers in the second quarter which helped Notre Dame outscore Big Bear 15-2 in the second quarter.  BIG BEAR (39) -- Crider 11, Smith 6, Zuidema 9, Foulkes 4, Ortiz 2, Wagner 4, Seevers 3. NOTRE DAME (58) -- Britton 3, Hodges 10, Vaucot 2, Lyons 10, Freeman 8, Sanders 25. Halftime score -- Notre Dame 25-9. Three-point goals -- Hodges, Lyons, Sanders 7, Crider 3, Zuidema 3, Seevers. Total fouls -- Big Bear 11, Notre Dame 11.  Records: Notre Dame 2-11, 1-2.

Beaumont 62, Twentynine Palms 57 --Ruben Mitchell scored 23 points, including nine in the fourth quarter, and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Beuamont to a De Anza League victory TWENTYNINE PALMS (57) -- Randle 10, Corney 12, Hester 20, Coghill 2, Cooley 3, Johnson 1, Barela 3, O'gilvie 6.  BEAUMONT (62) -- Mitchell 23, Coumparis 4, Mendoza 9, Hackney 8, Curtis 11, Ramos 5, Nas. Abu-Zahara 2. Halftime score -- Beaumont 27-18. Three-point goals -- Curtis 2, Corney, Hester 4, Barela. Total fouls -- Twentynine Palms 20, Beaumont 17. Fouled out -- Randle, Hester, Cooley, Johnson. Technical fouls -- Randle, Twnetynine Palms Bench. Records: Beaumont 2-1, 7-8. Twentynine Palms 1-2.

Desert Valley League

Cathedral City 85, La Quinta 77--Cathedral City held the Blackhawks off to win the DVL opener, 85-77. In the end, it was the play of Cathedral City Thomas Shewmake, Paul Heredia and Gerald DeVance which was determinative. Heredia had 11 points off the bench, Shewmake 21 points and 9 rebounds, and DeVance had 26 points and 11 assists. Cathedral City improved to 11-4, 1-0, while La Quinta has an identical non-league record (11-4) but dropped to 0-1 in league.  LQ's George Gutierrez led all scorers with 33 points, including 13-of-15 from the free throw line. Gutierrez scored 21 points in the first half, converting on 9-of-10 opportunities at the line.  CATHEDRAL CITY (85) -- Flores 0, DeVance 26, Lambert 10, Gray 9, Shewmake 21, Otteson 6, Heredia 11, Lewis 2.   LA QUINTA (77) -- Gutierrez 33, Moreno 3, Martinez 8, St. Angelo 18, Marrujo 4, Aceves 11. Halftime score -- Cathedral City 44-39. Three-point goals -- DeVance 4, Lambert 2, Heredia 2, Martinez, St. Angelo. Total fouls -- Cathedral City 24, La Quinta 18. Fouled out -- Gray, Marrujo, Aceves. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Cathedral City 11-4, 1-0; La Quinta 11-4, 0-1.

Indio 60, Desert Hot Springs 41 --DESERT HOT SPRINGS (41) -- Ortega 8, Edmond 5, Ray 16, McSwain 5, Tarrant 4, Moore 3.  INDIO (60) -- Roberson 10, Barriga 2, A. Lopez 2, Neito 5, Martinez 5, M. Lopez 3, King 12, Cruz 9, Isaacson 10, Perez 2. Halftime score -- Indio 27-15. Three-point goals -- Ortega, Edmond, McSwain, Moore, Neito, Martinez, M. Lopez, Cruz 3. Total fouls -- Desert Hot Springs 11, Indio 10. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Indio 1-0, 4-9. Desert Hot Springs 0-1, 4-6.

Palm Desert 64, Coachella Valley 52 --Josh Zazulia had 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Aztecs, who won their opening Desert Valley League contest. Coachella Valley got within six, but Jim Bohm hit an uncontested layup with two minutes remaining to give Palm Desert a 55-47 advantage. Mark Anaya and Christian Gonzales each had 12 for Coachella Valley.  COACHELLA VALLEY (52) -- Limon 2, Perez 11, Bautista 0, Anaya 12, Gonzalez 12, Lomeli 9, Badena 3, Garcia 3. PALM DESERT (64) -- Zazulia 14, Harris 9, Brady 10, Smith 10, Henry 8, Bohm 6, McQuillen 4, Alexander 3. Halftime score -- Palm Desert 26-12. Three-point goals -- Anaya, Garcia, Gonzalez 2, Alexander, Zazulia, Harris, Brady 2, Henry. Total fouls -- Coachella Valley 13, Palm Desert 16. Fouled out -- Zazulia. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Coachella Valley 4-7, 0-1. Palm Desert 11-3, 1-0.

Garden Grove League

Pacifica 49, Garden Grove 39--Despite scoring only one point in the second quarter, host Pacifica (7-7, 1-0) was able to overcome a 23-18 halftime deficit to win in a league opener Kelly Gurnea led the second-half charge, scoring 13 of his 19 points.  Gurnea shot 8-of-11 from the field to lead the host Mariners. Rey Santos had 14 points and Joel Bruck added nine points with 13 rebounds as Pacifica rallied from a five-point halftime deficit. Chad Sinclair scored 10 points to lead the Argonauts (7-5, 0-1).

Bolsa Grande 53, Santiago 50--Thanh Nguyen made two free throws with 12 second left to lead the visiting Matadors (3-12, 1-0) to victory in the league opener for both teams. David Doan scored 23 points for Bolsa Grande. Alex Puente had 16 points to lead the Cavaliers (2-12, 0-1).

Rancho Alamitos 71, La Quinta 50-- Do had 26 of La Quinta's 50, and Scott Frank had 17 points for the Vaqueros.

Golden West League

Ocean View 68, Tustin 49--Marques Crane scored a game-high 19 points to lead the fourth-ranked Seahawks (12-2, 1-0) to victory in the league-opener for both teams. Matt Hatch, Casey Ortiz and Torin Beeler added 11 points each for visiting Ocean View. Duane Nix scored 17 points and Ricky Miller added 10 for the Tillers (6-10, 0-1). The score was tied with five minutes remaining and the Seahawks led by only five with 2:30 left. But Ocean View made 11 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter to put away the game. Matt Hatch, who finished with 11 points, was eight for eight from the line in the final quarter.  Marques Crane scored a game-high 22 points. Teammate Torin Beeler added 11 points and 10 rebounds for Ocean View (12-2, 1-0) Senior guard Duane Nix scored 17 points and junior forward Ricky Miller had 10 points and nine rebounds for Tustin (6-10, 0-1).

Westminster 52, Santa Ana 41--Luis Villegas scored 14 points and Steve Marinca added nine points and two blocks to lead the host Lions (8-9, 1-0) to victory. Brandon McGee scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Saints (2-14, 1-0).

Los Padres League

Cabrillo (Lompoc) 65, St. Joseph Santa Maria 62 -- Cabrillo led 21-12 out of the first and 34-23 at the half. But St. Joe cut the margin to 47-46 after three and led by as much as five in the fourth. Drake had 17 points, Kerry Smith 16, Brian McNease 14 to lead the Conqs. Ryan Smith had 30, Dustin Kelly 15 for St. Joseph.  The Knights made only 16 field goals to Cabrillo's 27, but came on a bit by making 29-of-47 at the foul line. Cabrillo was 8-of-12 at the charity stripe.  Cabrillo's McNease, Smith and A.J. Belton all fouled out. McNease, who was called for four technical fouls on one play, was ejected and will likely miss the next two games.  St. Joe fell to 7-8 as Cabrillo improved to 5-10.

Santa Ynez 56, Paso Robles 52--Matt McKinney broke a 50-50 tie with a thundering two-hand slam dunk off a missed shot and the Pirates went on to win the Los Padres League opener at Paso Robles.   McKinney's play keyed a fourth-quarter rally for the Pirates, who trailed by six entering the period.Don Dreher was clutch in the final stanza, scoring seven points. McKinney led all scorers with 21 points and grabbed 24 rebounds. Mike Wooten tossed in 15 points and Dreher and Clint Billings added nine apiece. Santa Ynez improves to 7-6 on the season. SANTA YNEZ -- Wooten 15, McKinney 21, Dreher 9, Billings 9, Richman 2. Totals 20 8-8 56 PASO ROBLES -- Wilder 9, Anguiano 19, Freitas 3, Lee 4, Twidwell 4, Timmerman 3, Fair 2, Wesch 1, Webb 7. Totals 19 7-13 52 Santa Ynez . . . 13 16 9 18 -- 56  Paso Robles . . . 12 13 19 8 -- 52  3-point goals--SY 4 (Billings 3, Dreher), PR 5 (Anguiano 3, Webb, Freitas). Total fouls--SY 14, PR 10. Fouled out--None. Records--Santa Ynez 7-6, 1-0 in LPL, Paso Robles 11-3, 0-1.

Marmonte League

Agoura 60, Thousand Oaks 55-- Agoura improved to 11-2  with a win in its league-opener against a strong Thousand Oaks team. The Chargers won by holding All-Ventura County selection Kyle Kegley to one point in the fourth quarter and by outscoring the Lancers, 33-19, over the final 12 minutes. Agoura  The Lancers (9-4), were led by Kegley with 18, and Ben Olson with 12 points.  Allegro finished with 18. Kevin Cornwall tallied 17 points and eight rebounds for Agoura in the win at home over Thousand Oaks (9-4, 0-1).  Adam Allegro led Agoura (11-2, 1-0) with 18 points while Johnny Gray added 14 points. Thousand Oaks' Kyle Kegley notched 18 points and Ben  Olson had 15 in the loss.  Thousand Oaks (55) — Anderson 10, Rex 3, Kegley 18, Olson 15, Myers 3, Mossman 2, Handlos 4. Agoura (60) — Cornwall 17, Allegro 18, Gray 14, Campbell 3, Spaulding 3, Joffe 2, Patton 3. TO--11  14  15  15--55;  Agoura--10  16  14  20--60   3-Point goals — Thousand Oaks 7 (Anderson 2, Kegley 3, Olson 1). Agoura 6 (Spaulding 1, Campbell 1, Patton 1, Allegro 1, Cornwell 2). Fouled out — Rex (T). Records — Thousand Oaks 9-4, 0-1. Agoura 11-2, 1-0.

Simi Valley 63, Moorpark 62--Ryan Bradshaw hit a three-point basket with 47 seconds to play to lift the Pioneers in a Marmonte League opener at Moorpark.   Simi Valley (12-2) extended its Marmonte League winning streak to 26 games.  Ron Russ of Moorpark hit a three-pointer with 1:16 to play to tie the score, 60-60.  Blake Sharpe of Simi Valley stole the ball and hit two free throws with 1:06 to play, giving the Musketeers (9-5) a 62-60 lead.  Dustin Villepigue and Jered Weaver each scored 16 points for Simi Valley, ranked No. 3 in The Times' regional poll. Bradshaw scored 11 points. Russ scored 18 points for Moorpark.   Simi Valley improved to 12-2, 1-0 with a league win over Moorpark on Wednesday. Trailing the Muskateers with less than a minute remaining, the Pioneers got the ball into the hands of a wide-open Ryan Bradshaw behind the 3-point line while Moorpark ran around trying to find someone to guard. The Muskateers were so concerned with stopping 6-foot-9 Pioneers center Dustin Villepigue and 6-5 guard Jered Weaver they forgot about the wiry Bradshaw, who calmly sized things up, set his feet and let fire, making the 3-pointer to help deliver the win for Simi Valley. The Muskateers (9-5, 0-1) had two chances to go ahead, but Greg Estandia missed a six-footer with 46 seconds left, and Blake Sharpe wasn't close on a wild layup as time expired.    The Muskateers, who got 18 points each from Ron Russ and Estandia, weren't about to let Villepigue beat them by himself. He came in averaging 24 points and 13 rebounds, but finished with just 16 and 10. Weaver also had 16 points.   Simi Valley (63) Grandchamp 6, Martin 5, Bradshaw 11, Villepigue 16, Weaver 16, Bellefontaine 8, Chin 1, Duarte 0. Totals 25-53 5-11 63. Moorpark (62) — Adibzadeh 6, Estandia 18, Russ 18, Sharpe 8, Tormos 2, Ceja 6, Carter 0, S. Fortman 4, Totals 25-58 6-11 62. SV--12  14  15  22--63;  Moorpark--11  14   12  25--62--3-Point goals — Simi Valley 6 (Bradshaw 3, Weaver 2, K.C. Bellefontaine 1). Moorpark 6 (Russ 5, Estandia 1). Rebounds — Simi Valley 24 (Villepigue 8). Moorpark 22. Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Simi Valley 15, Moorpark 16. Technical fouls — Villepigue (SV)

Newbury Park 64, Royal 49--Adam Carlson had 27 points and 15 rebounds, and Chris Randall had 11 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots for the Panthers (10-3) in a Marmonte League victory at Newbury Park.   Newbury Park won its first Marmonte League game, despite playing without guard Aaron Bobik, beating Royal at Newbury Park. Adam Carlson registered a game-high 27 points and 15 rebounds for Newbury Park (10-3, 1-0) while Chris Randall tallied 11 points and 11 rebounds. Royal's Joel Hendershot tallied 15 points to lead his team. Robert Davis and Chris Johnson chipped in 13 points apiece in the loss.  Royal is 1-11 overall and 0-1 in the Marmonte League. Royal (49) — Hendershot 15, Davis 13, Johnson 13, Neal 2, Vandrock 6. Newbury Park (64) — Carlson 27, Randall 11, Meru 10, Garza 6, Flores 5, McLemore 2, Vann 2, Spadaro 1. Royal--9  12  12  16--49;  NP  14  22  13  15--64   3-Point goals — Royal 3 (Johnson 3). Newbury Park 8 (Carlson 3, Meru 2, Garza 2, Flores 1). Rebounds — Newbury Park (Carlson 15). Records — Royal 1-11, 0-1. Newbury Park 10-3, 1-0.

Mission League

Notre Dame 65, St. Francis 54--Cody Pearson scored 25 points, including nine of 11 free throws in the fourth quarter, to help break open a 45-45 tie in a Mission League opener at St. Francis. Michael Luderer had 18 points for Notre Dame (13-1). Michael Jenkins had 25 points for St. Francis (3-5). Notre Dame 16 12 17 20 -- 65  St. Francis 7 18 20 9 -- 54  NOTRE DAME -- Sanchez 8, Barwick 2, Luderer 18, Pearson 25 and 15 rebounds, Hennessy 10, Figoeroa 2.  Three-pointers: Luderer 3. ST. FRANCIS -- Mitchell 15, Jenkins 25, 9 rebounds and 4 steals, Miller 10 and 7 rebounds, Davies 4.  Three-pointers: Jenkins 4, Mitchell 3.

Chaminade 76, Alemany 43--Freshman Marcel Jones had 17 points and the Eagles made 32 of 50 shots in a Mission League victory at Chaminade.    Scott Borchart scored 16 points, Ryan Arceo had 15 and Jon Todd added 10 for Chaminade (9-4, 1-0). 

Crespi 82, Harvard Westlake 78 (OT)-- H-W lost the home-opener and failed to score after the final 2 minutes in regulation.  Crespi--Moore 13,  Ellis 8, Anyanwu 30 and 16 rebounds, Koslowsky 4, O'Dwyer 2, Shiebler 16, Angel 5, Kekaris 4.  H-W--Scott 4, Weinstein 24, Taylor 9, Weinberger 9, Chung 2, Wizenberg 9, Coffey 12, Matthies 5, Woolridge 2, Gilman 2.   Crespi 10-3, 1-0;  HW 6-7, 0-1. 

Moore League

Millikan 80, Lakewood 71--Senior guard Keith Moore scored 18 points to help the Rams improve to 12-4 overall and 1-0 in the Moore League with a victory over the Lancers (8-7, 0-1) at Lakewood High School. Millikan got off to a solid start, leading the Lancers 18-13 at the end of the first
quarter. Moore had help from sophomore guard Marcus Dove, who chipped in 18 points. Senior guard Rodney Spencer added 12 points and 10 rebounds while junior forward Dominic Freeman led Millikan with 16 rebounds to go with his 14 points.  Lancers' 6'4" forward John Wagner totaled 25 and senior guard Robert Hicks tallied 20.

LB Jordan 79, Compton 53-- Rashawn Childs scored 22 points and Ron Banks, a 6-2 guard, had 16 points and 8 rebounds despite a lingering back injury for Jordan which improved to 10-7 with the league win. The comfortable victory also gave point guard Anthony Massey, an opportunity to gradually comeback from a sore back that kept him of the last three games. Massey played sparingly in the second half but senior guard Josh Estrada helped pick up the slack with 9 points and hustling for a game-high 16 rebounds. Junior Damon Banks, Ron's younger brother, had 10 points and senior center Clay Salima had 8 points and 8 rebounds.  Compton (6-7), was led by Mike Greer with 14 points, Deveon Cole with 13 and Jonathan Davis who had 11. 

Poly 63, Wilson 42-- Poly took a 26-10 lead into halftime and junior forward Reggie Butler scored 10 points as the Jackrabbits won their league opener with a convincing win over Wilson (6-10). Senior center Quishawn Harrell the Bruins with 22 points, 18 coming in the second half. Poly improved to 9-3, and will play Millikan on Friday night while Wilson will host Cabrillo. 

Northern League

Arroyo Grande 80, Santa Maria 45-- Arroyo Grande ran the fast break every chance it got and the result was numerous easy baskets. The Eagles made 57 percent of their floor shots in the first half and 50 percent for the game. Six Eagles scored between eight and 15 points in a balanced offensive attack. Sean Shields came off the bench to lead the way with 15 points while David Romero had 14, Luke Caywood 13 and Ryan Zimmerman 11. Arroyo Grande went on a 14-0 run in the first quarter for a 16-3 lead and scored the final six points of the second period for a 42-24 advantage at the break. Caywood scored on a reverse layup off an assist from Zimmerman to open the third quarter, giving Arroyo Grande its first 20-point lead of the game. The 35-point margin of victory was Arroyo Grande’s largest lead of the game. Santa Maria, now 5-8 on the year, was led by Rodney Johnson with 20 points. No other Saint scored in double figures and the two starting guards were held scoreless. Santa Maria was held to 30 percent shooting from the floor and turned the ball over 14 times. The Saints also were outrebounded 46-31 by the taller Eagles.

Lompoc 68, Righetti 66 -- The Braves used a scrambling full-court press to pull themselves up by their bootstraps after falling behind 12-2 out of the gate. But Righetti still managed to hang onto a slim margin early in the fourth quarter. Then Lompoc's Trent Froehlich produced a couple of turnovers and his buddies Scott Winter, Joel Smith and Gabe Fernandez capitalized at the other end.  Down 20-16 out of one and 36-31 at the half, the Braves closed the deficit to 49-48 after three. When Fernandez made two free throws off the top of the fourth, Lompoc had its first lead at 50-49.  Winter scored 10 of his 16, including two three-pointers, in the fourth. Smith had 20, Fernandez 10, Brad Steinke eight on the game for the Braves. Jeff Groce led Righetti with 23, Comeau and Adam Hampton chipping in 10 each. Lompoc improved to 8-7 overall as Righetti fell to 10-6.

Morro Bay 50, Atascadero 45-- Morro Bay was able to use its defense to hold off Atascadero. The Pirates, using a full-court press much of the game, held the Greyhounds to four points in the second quarter and forced 19 turnovers in winning their Los Padres League opener. Atascadero closed late before the Pirates made free throws to secure it in the final two minutes. Atascadero outscored Morro Bay 16-12 in the second half. Derrick Dickson led the Pirates with 14 points while Nick Humphrey added 13. Pat Bresnahan led Atascadero with 18 points.

Southern Section Non-League Games  Wednesday 1/3/01

Alhambra 65, Cantwell 47-- Cantwell--Jason Ngo 15, Paul Lillig 5, Barry Cox 2, Anthony Stringer 19,  Joshua Chavez 6;  Alhambra:  Erich chunbg, Eric Jeng 5, Vay Su 2, Johnny Tan 5, Marcus Harris 7, Edwin Rosario 7, Chris Miller 14, Terry Tram 12, Kenneth Watanabe.

Arcadia 60, Mountain View 33-- Mountain View: Kevin Cevallos 15, Victor Romero 2, Alex Venegas 2, John Mosqueda 2, Orlando Duran 2, Santiago Lopez 4, Efrain Caudillo 6;  Arcadia:  Paulus Mardechia 2, Aaron Wilkerson 6, Fred Baik 4, Leo Thornton 10 Aaron Anderson 8, Brent Dohling 13, Donte Owens 7, David Gaulton 4, Chris Handy 4, Eric Paulson 2.  Mountain View 4-7, Arcadia 11-5.

Arrowhead Christian Academy 74, Lone Pine 58-- ACA improved to 9-4, while Lone Pine dropped to 7-5. ACA's Nick Goltry scored 16 points and pulled down 9 rebounds for ACA. Desert Mountain League MVP Brett Shell scored 10 points, 3 assists for Lone Pine while Tory Harry and David Jones (who together weigh more than 500 lbs) combined for 27 points and 17 rebounds.  Adam Dohner had a game high 27 points for ACA. Lone Pine - Eddie Salazar 12, Brett Shell 10, Tory Harry 10, Randall Barbour 7, David Jones 17, Jefferson Young 2. Arrowhead Christian - Nick Goltry 16 (9 rebounds), Adam Dohner 27 (3 steals, 3 assists), Josh Breckley 4, Will Britt 2, Kevin Greene 4, Chris Becerra 13 (10 rebounds), Josh Cloud 3, Jacob Goltry 2, Adrian Cruz 1, Alan Lewis 2. ACA record - 9-4.

Arroyo 59, La Puente 56--Arroyo had a 10-point lead with two minutes left in regulation, but Conrad Olvera then scored six of his team-high 22 points to help force a 51-51 tie at the end of four quarters. Arroyo (4-10) regained the momentum in the extra session, with Kevin Zhang (19 points) connecting on four free throws in crunch time

Ayala 57, Don Lugo 36-- Malik Jones followed his Chino Tournament MVP performance with a team-high 17 points as Ayala won its 11th consecutive game. The Bulldogs (12-2) got 12 points from Dontaa Donald and Ken Quinn added 10 in the nonleague meeting. Don Lugo (5-12) was led by Andy Galindo's 19 points and five steals.  AYALA (57) Donald 12, Gregory 3, Jones 17, Sanchez 4, Quinn 10, Davenport 2, Morgan 3, Larson 6. DON LUGO (36) Amaya 1, Galindo 19, Plutko 3, Baker 2, Hill 3, Fender 1, Snyder 3, Asafo-Agyei 4. Ayala 14 14 20 9 --  57  Don Lugo 11 7 7 10 -- 36 Total fouls: A 16, DL 16. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Bassett 76, South El Monte 63-- details not available.

Bell Gardens 59, Diamond Bar 57-- Khalif Ford and Jordan Holmes each netted a team-high 14 points, but the Brahmas still fell one basket short of a victory in their nonleague finale. Diamond Bar, usually an East Valley force, saw its record drop to 5-10.  Bell Gardens went on a 17-11 run that spanned the fourth quarter to earn the victory. DIAMOND BAR (57) Ford 14, Villanueva 6, Morita 2, Haney 4, Jecmen 9, Holmes 14, Garcia 2, Brunnell 4, Inocencin 2. BELL GARDENS (59) Santos 5, Ramirez 4, Herrera 28, Narsai 8, Rosales 12, Lizaang 2. Diamond Bar 10 15 21 11 -- 57 Bell Gardens 16 8 18 17 -- 59 Total fouls: DB 9, BG 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Blair 51, Pasadena Poly 38--  Blair played a practically flawless first quarter, grabbing nearly every rebound and using good team speed and passing to score 20 unanswered points. All but two baskets came from inside the key on dribble drives, putbacks and uncontested lay-ups. Sophomore Darryl Strawberry Jr. scored eight of his 14 points in the quarter. Blair's Douglas Ealy scored 14 points and had a team-high 12 rebounds. Blair  improved to 6-7 while Pasadena Poly dropped to 4-8. Poly's Marshall Duncan had 11 points and two steals to show for his solid defense. Ini Archibong grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds.  Blair (6-7), Pasadena Poly (4-8).

Bishop Amat 74, Damian 65--Amat senior Randy Jiminez and junior John Haywood were dominant forces under the hoop, especially in the decisive second half. Jiminez poured in 27 points and Haywood finished with 14. Lancer sophomore Paul Porter was a spark as well. He finished with 14 points including two timely three-pointers in the fourth quarter.

Brea Olinda 87, Troy 58--Landon Lewis made four three-pointers and scored 22 points, Evan Moore had 16 points, Erik Giesler 15 and Ryan Moore 13 points and eight assists for host Brea Olinda (9-6). Gary Chadha had 16 points and Nate Gilkes 15 for Troy (9-8).

Burbank 69, San Gabriel 68 (OT)--Tim Ngo buried a 3-pointer -- his only field goal of the game --with four seconds left in the extra session as visiting Burbank High escaped with a 69-68 overtime win against San Gabriel in a nonleague boys basketball game Wednesday night. Senior Tuan Tien had a superb game for the Matadors (8-7) in a losing cause, finishing with 23 points and seven assists.

Carson 64, St. Bernard 58--Senior guard Marcus Washington scored 20 points and sophomore forward Ekene Ebekwe had 17 as the Colts (10-5) defeated the host Vikings. Earl Jackson also scored 11 points for Carson.

Chaparral 77, Corona 73 --Corona started with a 15-3 lead, and had a three-point lead after the third quarter. Chaparral started the fourth quarter with a 17-4 run, paced by David Castillo's two three-pointers. Corona cut the lead to 74-71, but missed a three-point with 10 seconds left and Joe Buller, who had 10 assists to go with his 25 points, hit two free throws to wrap up the victory for the Pumas. Ryan Cooke added 19 for Temecula Chaparral, while Corona's Jason Dias led all scorers with 28 points.  CORONA (73) -- Morrow 23, Smith 7, Wolfe 2, Dias 28, Gonzalez 9, Verdusco 2, Duran 2.   CHAPARRAL (77) -- Castillo 16, Buller 25, Craig 7, Castro 1, Cooke 19, Newman 4, Owens 5. Halftime score -- Tied, 29-29. Three-point goals -- Morrow 4, Smith, Dias 3, Gonzalez 2, Castillo 3, Buller 2, Craig, Cooke. Total fouls -- Corona 19, Temecula Chaparral 11. Fouled out -- Smith. Technical fouls -- none  Records: Corona 5-10, Temecula Chaparral 12-3.

Charter Oak 80, Azusa 41

Claremont 88, Mark Keppel 37-- Sean Terrell connected on all four of his three-point attempts during the first quarter, setting up a 19-point night and a nonleague rout. Shaddean Aaron added 18 points and the Wolfpack improved to 11-4.   CLAREMONT (88) White 6, Terrell 19, Patton 4, Oliver 4, Aaron 18, Mohammed 9, Wilburn 8, Wilson 6, Lombard 8, O'Connor 6. MARK KEPPEL (37) Maksuo 12, Yano 3, Villa 6, Chinn 8, Yamaguchi 8. Claremont 20 26 19 23 -- 88 Mark Keppel 6 7 12 12 -- 37 Total fouls: C 23, MK 29. Fouled out: Maksuo (MK), Yano (MK), Chinn (MK). Technical fouls: none.

Cornerstone Christian 58, Jack Weaver 36 --JACK WEAVER (36) -- T. Anders 12, A. Patrick 11, Benoit 7, Venturella 6. CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN (58) -- C. Paul 17, J. Paul 14, R. Scheele 9, Tretheway 8, C. Scheele 6, Johns 4. Halftime score -- Cornerstone Christian 36-12. Three-point goals -- C. Scheele 2, Tretheway 2, Patrick, T. Anders. Total fouls -- Jack Weaver 17, Cornerstone Christian 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.   Records: Cornerstone Christian 5-1. 

Corona del Mar 64, El Monte 46--Idean Shahangian had 27 points and six steals and Matt Marston had 12 points and 11 rebounds for host Corona del Mar (6-10).El Monte 9 16 10 11 - 46 Corona del Mar 21 8 17 18 - 64  El Monte - Alvarez 15, E. Ultreras 12, Hang 8, J. Ultreras 7, Ceja 2, C. Garcia 2. 3 pt. goals - Alvarez 2, E. Ultreras 1, J. Ultreras 1. Fouled out - Hang. Corona del Mar - Shahangian 27, Marston 12, Snell 10, K. Mancillas 7, Brewster 4, Alshuler 2, Reynolds 2, B. Mancillas 0, Glass 0, Grey 0, Richardson 0. 3 pt. goals - Shahangian 2, Snell 2, K. Mancillas 1.  Fouled out - none.

Costa Mesa 66, Orange 46--Chad Vakili (20 points), David Conte (18) and Steve Whittaker (12) connected on four three-pointers each for Costa Mesa.Leading, 34-28, at halftime, the Mustangs went on a 10-1 run to start the second half and break open the game. Orange 12 16 5 13 - 46  Costa Mesa 23 11 15 17 - 66  Orange - Neal 21, Goldman 9, De la Mora 8, Hancock 4, Sandoval 2, Love 2. 3-pt. goals - Neal 5, De la Mora 2. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Costa Mesa - Vakili 20, Conte 18, Whittaker 12, Clark 6, Krikorian 4, Payne 4, Cabico 2, Candia 0, Millward 0, Fregoso 0, Biggio 0, Amburgey 0. 3-pt. goals - Whittaker 4, Conte 4, Vakili 4. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

Cypress 63, Huntington Beach 46--Junior forward Matt Reid was 10 of 17 from the field and nine of 10 from the free-throw line, finishing with 30 points for the Centurions (9-6).

Diamond Ranch 83, Chino 60--After finishing sixth in their own tournament last week, the Cowboys were manhandled again Wednesday night by Diamond Ranch's aggressive defense. The Panthers didn't hit an outside shot until Joe Davis nailed a 17-footer with 22 seconds remaining in the quarter and they connected on just three outside shots during the first half. The one bright spot for Chino was their shooting from the free-throw line. The Cowboys finished 25-of-32.   Diamond Ranch shot just 5-of-16 from the line, the fifth consecutive game in which it's hit less than 60% of its shots.
 The Panthers' balanced scoring attack -- 12 players scored in the game -- was led by Richard Coombs with 17 points and Daniel Knott's 16. Coombs added 10 rebounds while Evan Flagg contributed eight assists.  Ryan Putnam led Chino with 12 points and eight rebounds, all in the first half.

El Toro 77, Servite 60--Ashkan Nazeri scored a career-high 34 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, and Matt Reid added 17 points and eight rebounds for the Chargers (14-1).

Elsinore 88, West Valley 67 --Senior forward Ryan Lux scored made eight three pointers and scored a team-high 30 points as Elsinore won a non-league game over Hemet West Valley. Ryan Cirilio had 15 points for Elsinore, Glynn Kondus added 13. Kevin Pierce scored a team-high 30 points for West Valley. WEST VALLEY (67) -- Alvarez 7, Nevarez 9, Hulstrom 6, Roquemore 3, Pierce 30, Davis 7, Washington 5  ELSINORE (88) -- Keahey 10, Green 6, Lux 30, Cirilo 15, Kondus 13, Wolter 2, Allen 2, Wiese 2, Hunt 4, Strausheim 4. Halftime score -- Elsinore 43-29. Three-point goals -- Nevarez, Roquemore, Hulstrom, Keahey 3, Green, Strausheim, Lux 8, Cirilo. Total fouls -- Hemet West Valley 17, Elsinore 26. Fouled out -- Labaron, Keahey, Wiese. Technical fouls -- Wiese, Wolter, Elsinore bench. Records: Elsinore 9-4, Hemet West Valley 5-7.

Katella 77, Canyon 70--Marcus Espinosa scored 29 points and Phillip Tyson had 21 for host Katella (10-4). Darren Putman scored 26 points for Canyon.

La Salle 56, Flintridge Prep -- Jeremiah DeLeon and Matt Kelley each had a pair of assists to key the 20-2 scoring outburst that began early in the fourth quarter, just as Flintridge Prep had opened a 33-31 advantage.  Kelley had 13 of his game-high 19 points in the first half, when la Salle (9-6) opened a 29-20 lead. He also finished with 11 rebounds. Defensively, Austin Richey (seven rebounds, three blocks) and Julian Harmon (three steals to complement 10 points) also played well to factor in the comeback.

La Sierra 70, Riverside Poly 67 (OT)-- La Sierra's Evert Rincon  scored a game-high 27 points, 18 on three-point goals, including one at the end of the first quarter. Rincon stole the ball at midcourt, took a few strides towards the basket and launched a three-pointer that banked in off the glass as the buzzer sounded to give the Eagles an 18-14 lead. La Sierra increased its lead to as much as 14 points in the second quarter, but Riverside Poly cut the lead to five points by halftime and two points three times in the fourth quarter.  Riverside Poly guard Josh Dunaj, who was ill before the game and had his playing time limited because of the flu, scored his 17th and 18th points on two free throws with 12.6 seconds to play to cut the Eagles' lead to 69-67.   Rincon hit a free throw with 7.5 seconds to play, but before the Bears could get down the court to attempt a game-tying three-pointer, La Sierra's Perrin Johnson stole the ball and was fouled. Although he missed both free throws with 2.5 seconds to play, he rebounded the second miss to run out the clock. Johnson finished with 10 rebounds. The Bears played without starter Christian Vonalt (flu). RIVERSIDE POLY (67) -- Parry 2, Tyson 7, Dunaj 18, Lopez 11, Wood 19, Renneisen 6, Russell 4.  LA SIERRA (70) -- Cryder 11, Smith 14, Rincon 27, Johnson 7, Bock 1, Midgett 8, Parker 2. Halftime score -- La Sierra 36-32. Three-point goals -- Rincon 6, Cryder 3, Smith, Dunaj 2, Lopez, Wood. Total fouls -- Riverside Poly 17, La Sierra 21. Fouled out -- Midgett. Records: La Sierra 7-7, Riverside Poly 9-6.

Laguna Hills 49, Fountain Valley 42--Jeff Sherman scored 19 points and Chris Lee made three three-pointers, finishing with 10 points for visiting Laguna Hills (12-5).

Marina 73, Laguna Beach 50--Bucky Nadazdin scored 17 points and Chris DeLuca added 15 to lead the visiting Vikings (5-9). Nick Brown scored 15 points and Will Blodgett had 12 for the Artists (4-9).

Mater Dei 81, Foothill 40--Cedric Bozeman scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds and three other players added 11 points each as top-ranked Mater Dei cruised to an 81-40 nonleague victory against Foothill at Santa Ana College on Wednesday.  Travonte Nelson , Ricky Porter and Harrison Schaen scored 11 points each as the Monarchs (13-2) took a 24-point lead at halftime despite playing without center Jamal Sampson, who missed the game with the flu. Alex McCawley scored 19 points for the Knights (9-6).

Mission Prep 74, Laguna Blanca 70--The Owls scorched the nets for 13 3-pointers, but they weren't enough in the nonleague game at Laguna Blanca. Trevor Scott and Jon Kaufman accounted for all the 3-pointers, with Scott hitting seven en route to a game-high 25 points. He also dished off eight assists. Kaufman knocked down six treys and scored 20 points. Andy Nelson added 17 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had four assists. The Owls fall to 3-7 on the season. MISSION PREP -- Clarke 8, Botsech 0, Walker 21, Equiluz 9, Bell 15, Ketchum 2, Purity 16, Negranti 2. Totals 29 12-19 74 LAGUNA BLANCA -- Scott 25, Wicks 6, Nelson 17, Kaufman 20, Jeffrey 2. Totals 26 3-7 70  Mission Prep . . . 26 14 17 17 -- 74  Laguna Blanca . . . 12 19 23 16 -- 70 3-point goals--MP 3 (Bell 3), LB 13 (Scott 7, Kaufman 6). Total fouls--MP 11, LB 15. Fouled out--None. Record--Laguna Blanca 3-7.

Mission Viejo 67, Aliso Niguel 60--Mykel Valentine and Travis Niesen each scored 17 points to lead host Mission Viejo (10-5). Brandon Sievers scored 25 points for Aliso Niguel, which couldn't overcome an 18-6 first-quarter deficit.   Valentine handed out four assists and Niesen had 12 rebounds.

Muir 70, Hueneme 40--Joseph Frazier scored 17 points and had a game-high 10 rebounds and Malcolm Johnson finished with 10 points and four steals as the Mustangs (12-2) had no problem winning at home.

Oak Park 68, Camarillo 65--Grant Smith hit five of seven three-pointers in the second half to spark the Eagles' rally from a 15-point halftime deficit in a nonleague victory at Oak Park.  Smith scored 23 points for Oak Park and Jason Adams had 27 for the Eagles (9-6).  Jared Jungwirth scored 20 points for Camarillo (9-7).  Jason Adams and Grant Smith combined to score 31 points in the second half to lead Oak Park (9-6) to a comeback victory at home.   Ian Caldwell finished with 16. Camarillo (65) — Jungwirth 20, Caldwell 16, Wallman 10, Boyer 8, Rasp 7, Alstot 4. Oak Park (68) — Adams 27, Smith 23, Murphy 10, McNair 5, Frank 2, Jensen 1. Cam--23  15  17  10--65;  OP--15  8   20  23--68 3-Point goals — Camarillo 4 (Caldwell 2, Boyer 1, Rasp 1). Oak Park 7 (Smith 7). Fouled-out — Murphy (O). Records — Oak Park 9-6.

Oxnard 71, Santa Paula 44--Nicholas Curtis had 32 points and 14 rebounds for the Yellowjackets (12-3) in a victory at Santa Paula.   Ryan Frutos had 15 points for Santa Paula.  Oxnard outscored Santa Paula 23-11 in the third quarter. Ryan Frutos led Santa Paula with 15 points.  Oxnard (71) — Parker 5, Webb 7, Murray 2, Simmons 9, Monette 5, Kurz 2, Davis 6, Abair 3, Curtis 32 Santa Paula (42) — Lopez 8, Frutos 15, A. Rico 4, Mata 5, M. Perez 1, L. Rico 4, N. Perez 2, Bustos 6. Oxnard 15   13  23  20--71;  SP--9  13  11  11--44  3-Point goals — Oxnard 3 (Parker 1, webb 1, Nicholas 1). Santa Paula 3 (Frutos 1, Mata 1, L. Rico 1). Records — Oxnard, 12-3.

Pacific Hills 63,  Serra 50--details not available.

Perris 73, Temecula Valley 54 -- Jason Zimmer led all scorers with 18 points to help Perris defeat Temecula Valley Wednesday in a non-league game. Freshman Andrew Green came off the bench and scored eight points and pulled down 12 rebounds (seven offensive).PERRIS (73) -- Gillian 17, Zimmer 18, Hunter 4, Miller 8, Johnson 10, Gordon 6, Ndkuwe 2, Green 8.  TEMECULA VALLEY (54) -- Cooper 13, Louis 14, Watson 7, Forrest 6, Bomar 2, Palmer 2, Parks 2, Green 8. Halftime score -- Perris 41-31. Three-point goals -- Gillian 2, Miller, Green 2. Total fouls -- Perris 18, Temecula 19. Fouled out -- Forrest.  Records: Perris 6-5

Price 73, Orange Lutheran 71-- Price was led by Howard with 23 and Cal Satae Fullerton signee Alexander had 15. Jamison 13, Washington 16 Edwards 2, Herron 2, and Simon 2 for Price which improved to 11-3.  Orange Lutheran was led by Jenkins with 23 and Troyer with 22.   Others were M. Heim 10, Taylor 5, D. Heim 2, Goedl 4, Valenzuela 5.  OL 3-9.

Redlands 53, Cajon 44 -- Donovan Morris finished with 12 points. Alex Graham finished with (8 points, 12 rebounds, 6 blocked shots. Mike De Arman led the Cowboys (9-6) with 14 points.  Burgan and Parsha each had 12 points.  Redlands - Ricky Burgan 12, Steve Parsha 12, Bryan Roberts 10, Shannon Mackenzie 8, Alex Graham 8, Adrian Alsobrooks 2, Anthony Porter 1.  Cajon - Mike De Arman 14, Donovan Morris 12, Rummel Clark 8, Andre Payne 6, Larry Dew 4.  Redlands record - 9-5.

Rim of the World 72, Bloomington 60 --6-2 senior guard Noah Urbina scored 21 points as the Fighting Scots (6-9) beat the visiting Bruins in a nonleague matchup.   Senior center Scott Cresweel added 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Rim of the World had four players in double-figures. Durrell Thomas led Bloomington with 14 points while both T.J. Lee and Ivan Montoya added 13. Rim of the World made 10 of 15 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to hold off Bloomington in a non-league game BLOOMINGTON (60) -- Thomas 14, Davis 9, Renteria 2, James 2, Smith 4, Bradley 2, Lee 13, Montoya 13, Salas 1.  RIM OF THE WORLD (72) -- George 12, Tattison 1, Urbina 21, Creswell 15, Jurado 6, Oliver 14, Rattet 3. Halftime score -- Rim of the World 36-32. Three-point goals -- Thomas 2, Davis, Smith, Montoya 2, George, Urbina, Oliver. Total fouls -- Bloomington 20, Rim of the World 16. Fouled out -- Salas. Technical fouls -- Bloomington bench, Rim of the World Bench. Records: Rim of the World 6-9. Bloomington 1-12

Rio Hondo Prep 54, San Marino 53--Rio Hondo improved to 3-8 overall with the win. With 19 seconds remaining in the game, Devon Drain hit a three pointer which capped a 9-2 run in the fourth quarter. Ryan Prest scored 17 and 8 rebounds. San Marino overcame an 10-point deficit early in the second quarter with a full-court press that confused the Kares. The Titans forced seven back-court turnovers in the process, scoring 14 unanswered points to take a 19-15 lead.  Mark Shannon, who nailed five 3-point baskets and scored a team-high 17 points, sank two 3-pointers on the run, the second of which gave the Titans (3-12) their first lead, 19-17, with 3:27 to play in the half. Jason Dinius scored 13 points for the Kares. Josue Pineda connected on three-of-five 3-point attempts for San Marino.

Rosemead 60, Bosco Tech 36 -- Rosemead scoring: Kevin Chia 2, Tim Ou 8, Steve Megliorino 4, Kevin Cheng 1, Richard Vanzandt 29, Albert Cardona 11, Mario Cobian 5.  Don Bosco scoring:  Brian Womack 2, Damien Reyes 2, Chris Lopez 3, Robert Perez 5, Jeff Lamb 1, Mike Yeung 2, Joaquin Espana 12.    Rosemead improved ot 9-7.

Riverside Poly 83, Jurupa Valley 77 -- Jackson Wood had six points in the second overtime as Riverside Poly won a non-league game. Riverside Poly led most of the game, but center Lloyd Russell fouled out in the fourth quarter, allowing Jurupa Valley to make a run. Jurupa Valley's Damien Frias made the first of two free throws with 1.6 seconds left in regulation to tie the score at 53-53, but he missed the second free throw, allowing the Bears to extend the game. The Bears were 8-of-9 from the free-throw line in overtime, including Wood going 4-for-4. The Bears outscored Jurupa Valley 12-6 in the second overtime. Bears guard Josh Dunaj was playing with the flu, while Christian Vonalt missed the game entirely with the same ailment.  JURUPA VALLEY (77) -- Lozano 14, Frias 19, West 7, Brito 7, Barber 27, Ayala 2, Austin 1.  RIVERSIDE POLY (83) -- Tyson 6, Dunaj 7, Lopez 21, Wood 22, Russell 10, Rangel 3, Parry 8, Renneisen 5, Sykes 1. Halftime score -- Riverside Poly 42-31. End of regulation -- 53-53. End of first overtime -- 71-71. Three-point goals -- Rangel, Renneisen, Wood 2, Frias 4, Brito, Barber 2. Total fouls -- Jurupa Valley 16, Riverside Poly 23. Fouled out -- Russell, Lozano.  Records: Riverside Poly 10-6.

Santa Clara 64, Bisho Diego 42-- Tim LaJoie led with 22 points or 20 depending on which paper you read (22 in the SB News Press, and 20 in the VC Star) to lead Santa Clara (5-8) to the win at Bishop Diego (4-9).  Albert Soria added 15 points and three blocked shots for the Saints while Alex Minney pulled down nine rebounds and tallied five blocked shots. Santa Clara led 20-6 after one quarter and 50-21 after three quarters in a nonleague victory at Bishop Diego. Tim Lajoie led Santa Clara with 20 points. Jason Renick had 12 points and Rod Jahangir and Matt Korsan each added 10 for Bishop.  SANTA CLARA -- Davis 4, R. Lajoie 9, Santana 8, Soria 15, Linzey 6, T. Lajoie 20, Ramirez 2. Totals 26 6-14 64. BISHOP DIEGO (4-8) -- Renick 12, Jahangir 10, Perez 4, Frawley 2, Brown 4, Korsan 10. Totals 17 3-5 42. Santa Clara . . . 20 9 21 14--64   Bishop Diego . . . 6 9 6 21--42  3-point goals-- SC 4 (Soria 3, Linzay ), BD 5 (Renick 3, Jahangir 2). Total fouls -- SC 16, BD 14. Fouled out-- Brown. Santa Clara (64) — Davis 4, R. LaJoie 7, Santana 8, Soria 15, Linzey 6, T. LaJoie 22, Ramirez 2. Bishop Diego (42) — Renick 12, Johanigir 10, Perez 4, Frawley 2, Browa 4, Karson 10. SC--20  9  21  14--64;  BD--6 9  6   21--42-- 3-Point goals — Santa Clara 4 (Soria 3, Linzey 1). Bishop Diego 5 (Renick 3, Johanigir 2). Records — Santa Clara 5-8, Bishop Diego 4-9.

Santa Margarita 110, Pioneer 53--Thirteen players scored for Santa Margarita, ranked second in Orange County, had 13 players score. The Eagles were led by Lenny Collins with 21 points. Brandon Rohe added 15 points, seven assists and three steals to lead the Eagles (15-1) to victory. R.J. Socci and Travis Smith scored 13 points as Santa Margarita took a 31-point lead at halftime.

Temescal Canyon 55, Norco 42 --Kris Maxey paced the victorious Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon with 24 points. Joe Roberson had 12 points and five assists.   Temescal Canyon jumped out to a 10-0 lead and, after Norco closed to within five at halftime, outscored the visitors by a 17-8 margin in the third quarter.  NORCO (42) -- Erickson 7, Black 4, Reyes 8, Burghgraef 8, Valenzuela 12, Lucas 3. TEMESCAL CANYON (55) -- Roberson 12, Wing 2, Maxey 24, Zarbok 9, Ellenwood 4, Peterson 4.  Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 22-17. Three-point goals -- Maxey 2, Zarbok, Lucas. Total fouls -- Norco 14, Temescal Canyon 8. Fouled out -- Burghgraef. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Norco 9-6, Temescal Canyon 12-4

Upland 94, Canyon Springs 57 -- In a rematch of the championship game of the Upland Classic, Upland used a 28-0 run in the first half to defeat Moreno Valley Canyon Springs. Upland, ranked 40th in the nation by FoxSports.com, defeated the Cougars three weeks ago on a last-second shot. Canyon Springs played without its staring backcourt, sophomore Tron Smith (injured) and Arizona State-bound point guard Jason Braxton (disciplinary reasons). Prentice Harris scored a team-high 19 points for Upland, and Sheldon Pace added 18 points, all in the first half. Nevada-bound forward Kirk Snyder had 17 points and six rebounds for Upland. Canyon Springs sophomore forward Richard Cobbs scored a game-high 26 points, 24 in the second half. The top-ranked Highlanders (14-1) coasted behind Prentice Harris' 19 points. Sheldon Pace added 18 points and 10 assists for Upland, which also received 17 points from Kirk Snyder and 13 from Jason Harris. The Highlanders led 49-16 at halftime. The Highlanders (14-1) used a 28-0 run in the first and second quarters to put the Cougars away. The Upland press didn't allow the Cougar's leading scorer Richard Cobbs, who had 27 points in Cougar's 64-62 loss in December, to get into any kind of flow and had only two points at the half.   Cobbs caught fire in the second half and ended up with 22 points, but Upland was never threatened. The Highlanders led 73-37 after three quarters and led by as many as 39 points in the second half. Prentice Harris led the Highlanders with 21 points, including three 3-pointers and Snyder chipped in with 15. Jason Harris added 13 points, all in the first half, off the bench for Upland.  Depending on which paper you read, there were slight variations in the box scores.  This is from the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin: UPLAND (94) Pace 18, Pruitt 2, Hatter 2, Hathaway 6, J. Harris 13, P. Harris 21, Williams 6, Davis 6, Martin 5, Snyder 15. CANYON SPRINGS (57) James 8, Cobbs 22, Adams 2, Smith-Hagans 5, Woods 11, Arnwine 4, Rispers 2, Gaines 3. Upland 24 25 24 21 --  94   Canyon Springs 10 6 21 20 -- 57 Total fouls: U 14, CS 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.   And this is from the Riverside Press-Enterprise.   See if you can spot the differences (you don't get anything if you do, but it's a good reading and concentration test):  UPLAND (94) -- Pace 18, Pruitt 2, P. Harris 19, Snyder 17, Davis 6, J. Harris 13, Hathaway 6, Williams 6, Hatter 2, Martin 5.   CANYON SPRINGS (57) -- Cobbs 26, James 8, Gaines 2, Anwine 4, Wood 11, Rispers 2, Adams 2, Smith-Hagans 2. Halftime score -- Upland 49-16. Three-point goals -- P. Harris 3, Snyder 2, Hathaway, Martin, Cobbs 2, Wood. Total fouls -- Upland 13, Canyon Springs 13.   Records: Upland 14-1, Canyon Springs 8-6.

Ventura 63, Channel Islands 62 (2OT)-- Ventura High's 74-72 double overtime win means the two teams have played 13 periods in less than a week. Ventura (9-7) beat Channel Islands 63-62 in triple overtime last Thursday during pool play of the Ventura tournament.  Channel Islands (4-10) also dropped a quadruple overtime game to Lompoc earlier this year.  Ventura's Tyler Ebell scored 17 in his return to basketball. Bryan Easterly led Ventura with 18. Alex Solis of Channel Islands threw in a game-high 27 points.  Ventura (74) — Ebell 17, Ikeda 2, Prophet 3, Robinson 11, Easterly 18, Davis 9, Gruber 14. Channel Islands (72) — Avila 9, Berrelleza 8, Diaz 10, Solis 27, Baier 6, Tamiao 3, Gaines 9. Ventura 13  12  12   18  6--74;  CI--14  18  11  12  6  10--72   3-Point goals — Ventura 8 (Ebell 3, Davis 3, Prophet, Robinson). Channel Islands 6 (Avila 3, Solis 2, Diaz). Fouled out — Ebell, Robinson, Berrelleza, Baier. Records — Ventura, 9-7, Channel Islands 4-10.

Victor Valley 94, Crescenta Valley 88--Junior 6-4 forward Steve Thompson scored 17 points, pulled down seven rebounds, had five assists and four steals for the Jackrabbits (7-7) in a nonleague win over the Falcons (12-3).  Junior 5-10 guard Josh Dillon added 12 points for Victor Valley. Junior 6-4 forward Mike Thompson pulled down five rebounds, had five assists and three blocks.   Chris Tarne (6'-1" Jr. PG) from Crescenta Valley led all scoring with 33.

Village Christian 56,  Bretheren Christian 51--Daniel Barrett made five three pointers and Daryl Ellis scored 16 points for the Cursaders (3-12).  Brethren was led by McDonald with 16 and Painter with 12.

Villanova Prep @ Santa Maria VCA--score not reported.

Western 58, Saddleback 42--Lavell Jones scored 26 points for the Pioneers (6-8), who led, 30-19, at halftime. Ismael Isais had 15 points for Saddleback (4-13).

Westview 54, Trinity Lutheran--Trinity Lutheran 0-1, Westview 7-1.

Wilson Creek 76, Calvary Baptist 46 --Sophomore Jimmy Bailey scored a game-high 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Eagles (4-3 overall, 2-1 in the Freedon Leagie) past Calvary Baptist of La Verne (2-6 overall) in a non-league game.  The 6-1 forward also dished out six assists and blocked five shots. Sophomore forward Marcus Powell added 12 points and eight rebounds for Wilson Creek, as the Eagles led 47-16 over the Cougars at halftime. James Love, a 5-8 point guard, had seven steals and two points in his third start of the season

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