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Game Scores and Details From
Saturday 1/6/01--(Jan. 7, 2001)

Saturday saw only a handful of games, some league, some inter-league with several "Challenge" events (the Spot-Up Classic, the Crespi "Mission v. Marmonte" thingee, and the "Big City Brawl" which turned out not to be so big as evidently the anticipated LA Fremont v. Corona Centennial matchup didn't happen).  Here are most of the scores and details we know about.  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.

Southern Section League Games  Saturday 1/6/01

Alpha League

Paraclete 72, Village Christian 71-- Paraclete wsa led by Gill with 28, Marquez with 17 and Vargas with 10, Lowrey 1, Jeffries 6, Brown 2, Morrow e, Watts 2, and Hiley 4.  VC was led by Briggs with 21 and 8 rebounds, Barrett 17 and 6 assists, Ellis 13 and 6 assists, Martin 2, Hall 4, Whitten 8.  Paraclete is 4-6, 1-0, VC is 3-13 and 0-1.

Pasadena Marshall 70, LA Baptist 63-- Marshall was led by Harris with 20, Haynes 17, Lunapian 15, Strings 10, Edwards 4, and Moody with 4.   LAB was led by Petersen with 23, Sanders 11, Madigan 11, Tillman 8, Roth 6, Rice 4.   Marshall improves to 1-0 in league, LAB 10-3 overal and 0-1.

Bay League

Inglewood 70, Leuzinger 62--this one took place as a part of the Spot Up Challenge at Lynwood.  See the separate article on the Saturday Extravaganzas for the results.

Christian League

Ontario Christian 68, Loma Linda Academy 52--Matt Hoekstra scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Chris Garcia scored 22 points and had six assists as Ontario Christian (11-3, 2-0) rolled to victory.

Express League

Rolling Hills Prep 74, South Bay Lutheran 43--Curtis Allen scored 30 points as the host Huskies (4-3, 2-0) won. Alex Elliott added 13 points and 20 rebounds, and Jason Daley scored nine points.

La Verne Lutheran 72,  Liberty Christian 40--Teron Terry scored a game-high 17 points, had six steals and five assists in leading the Trojans (8-3, 3-0) to a rout over Liberty Christian (3-8, 2-1). La Verne Lutheran received 16 points, five steals and five assists from Mike Lee, 11 points from Ryam Cumberland and six assists from Brandon Theus. The Trojans play Tuesday at home at 7:30 p.m. against Garden Grove Orangewood Academy, which is also undefeated in Express League competition.   Paul Francis had 12 rebounds for the Minutemen.   LIBERTY CHRISTIAN (40) Bond 3, Spagnola 1, Doney 20, Huie 2, Francis 14. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (72) Sidoti 2, Wu 4, Patton 4, Terry 17, Lee 16, Cumberland 11, Harmon 6, Moore 2, Mejia 4, Theus 6. Liberty Christian 11 9 11 9 -- 40 La Verne Lutheran 15 16 20 21 -- 72 Total fouls: LC 8, LVL 14. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Orangewood Academy 88, Eastside Christian 32-- Mike Mitchell scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Spartans who improved to 8-4 with the win and 2-1 in league play.  Eastside is 0-2 in league.

Liberty League

Providence 76, Avalon 31--Playing their second consecutive game in two days (because of Avalon's travel requirements, it always plays two games against league opponents on consecutive days),   Providence easily won. Fred Escobedo had 20 points, Derek Jones 13, as Providence improved to 7-5 overall and 3-1 in league. After scoring 13 first-quarter points, Avalon was held below double digits -- 6, 8 and 4 points -- in each of the final three quarters.

Yeshiva 47, Oakwood 43--details were unavailable.

Windward 54, Viewpoint 49--Windward was led by Sarbaz with 15, Foley 2, Razdanyar 2, mann 9, Forney 2, Wapnick 12, Pregerson 7, and Emerson 5;   Viewpoint: Muarray 21, Kelishadi 4, Grissom 2, Chizever 8, Mosko 5, Roy 6 and Lazar 3.  Viewpoint is 1-8, 0-4 in league.

Tournament & Non-League Games  Saturday 1/6/01

LA Hamilton Tournament

Banning 58, Huntington Park 52--Tournament MVP Alberto Aguirre and all-tournament selection Joey Saavedra keyed a 20-12 third-quarter run that was the deciding factor in the championship game at Hamilton High.  Aguirre finished with 14 points. Saavedra led Banning (4-6) with 23 points.

Non-League

Coast Union 78, Sierra 42-- (Central Section) Coast Union’s Jake Aura and Monte Soto each poured in 14 points, but it wasn’t enough in a 78-42 loss to Sierra (Central Section). The Broncos had 24 turnovers, including nine in the opening quarter as Sierra jumped to a 23-7 lead through the first eight minutes. Coast Union (4-7) hosts Shandon (Southern Section) on Wednesday.

Huntington Beach 59, Estancia 48--Mike Sullivan scored 13 points and Nick Austin added 12, leading the Oilers (8-8) past the visiting Eagles. Huntington Beach, which trailed 36-34 entering the fourth quarter, hit eight three-pointers overall.  Micah Young had a game-high 22 points as well as nine rebounds for Estancia (4-9)

Mater Dei 66, Villa Park 48--The Spartans (12-3) jumped out in front of the Monarchs (14-2) early in the game which was played in front of a packed house at the Cal State Fullerton Titan Gym. . . at least someone playing at a Cal State Fullerton facility is winning these days.  Villa Park took an 11-4 lead, but Mater Dei came back into the game, and ultimately led by one at the end of the first quarter.  At the half, the Monarchs led by five. Mater Dei then outscored the Spartans, 10-5, in the closing moments of the third quarter to take a 40-35 lead into the fourth. From there, Villa Park just fell off the wagon as Mater Dei scored the first seven points of the final quarter, and Villa Park did not hit a shot until more than five minutes had elapsed. UCLA signee Cedric Bozeman looked like he was getting ready to play at Pauley as he shot only 1-7 in the first half and finished 4-14 from the field. . .okay, that's a bit harsh, as even the Bruins managed to win yesterday, but really Bozeman was not "on" last night and while he had 18 ultimately (he was 8-10 from the line) neither was Jamal Sampson who came back after suffering a bout of the flu, managing to score 14 points.  Sampson had 11 rebounds.    Ricky Porter led all scorers with 20 points. Travis Gabler made a pair of clutch three-pointers, and Harrison Schaen had eight rebounds and four pretty impressive blocks. Sean Phaler led Villa Park with 15 points. Matt MacGinnis and Corey Miller scored 11 each as Villa Park shot 13 for 38 from the field; Mater Dei was 19 for 47.

Murrieta Valley 62, Riverside MLK 54 --Behind Dan Larsen's team-high 21 points, 15 of which were scored in the first half, Murrieta Valley earned a non-league victory over Riverside King.  KING (54) -- Lea 25, Aragbaye 3, Thomas 3, Rosborough 0, Tjaden 0, Doss 6, Ellis 2, Goodman 11, Hilt 4.   MURRIETA VALLEY (62) -- Larsen 21, Mejia 0, Ricks 13, Richardson 9, Linsley 10, Rider 9. Halftime score -- Murrieta Valley 32-16. Three-point goals -- Aragbaye, Lea 2, Goodman 2, Larsen 3, Ricks. Total fouls -- King 13, Murrieta Valley 11. Fouled out -- none.  Records: Murrieta Valley 10-5, King 11-4.

Newport Harbor 44, Fountain Valley 36-- Aaron Rarnal went 7-7 from the firee-throw line and has now made 31 consecutive free throws for the Saileors who imroved to 14-3. Fountain Valley dropped to 9-7.  Rarnal finished with 13 points.  Tony Melum contributed 10, leading the Sailors past the Barons. Zach Wheatley and Matt Ball each scored nine points for Fountain Valley. 

Ocean View 82, Servite 47--Marques Crane scored 22 points and Torin Beeler added 20 points and eight rebounds, leading fourth-ranked Ocean View to an 82-47 nonleague victory over Servite in boys basketball Saturday night.  The Seahawks (14-2) connected on seven three-pointers against the visiting Friars (8-11), and led 43-22 at halftime. Sebastian Zielonka had nine points and Billy Burfiend added eight points to lead Servite.

Oxnard 81, Santa Clara 45-- Santa Clara (45) — Soria 8, Minney 11, Lajoie 2, Ramirez 11, Santana 9, Davis 4, Linzey 0. Totals 17-39 7-11 45. Oxnard (79) — Webb 11, Simmons 14, Curtis 22, Monette 9, Davis 4, Parker 5, Beltrain 3, Murray 4, Ludy 2, Abair 4, Latimer 1. Totals 31-64 10-12 79. SC--10   9  12  14--45;  Oxnard--18  16 24  21--79;  3-Point goals — Santa Clara 4 (Soria 2, Minney 1, Santana 1. Oxnard 4 (Monette 1, Beltran 1, Murray 1, Parker 1. Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Santa Clara 19. Oxnard 29 (Curtis 13). Total fouls — Santa Clara 13, Oxnard 16. Technicals — Beltran (O).

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