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Game Scores And Details From
Friday, 1/12/01--(Jan. 14, 2001)
We already posted the bare bones scores for many of the games played on Friday, January 13, 2001, and now we're slowly but surely filling in the details. If you don't see a score, or the details, either check back later, or if you know what happened, send us the score (and a box score and details) by e-mail or post it to the message board.
|LA City Section League Scores--Friday, January 12, 2001|
Fremont 100, Jefferson 52
South Gate 52, Huntington Park 34
LA Jordan 71, Garfield 63
LA Wilson 64, Belmont 53
Eagle Rock 49, Franklin 44
Sunset Six League
Grant 80, Hollywood 77--Mike Charleston scored 25 points and Gino Riney had 17 points and nine assists for the Lancers (12-5, 2-0) in a Sunset Six League victory at Grant.
North Hollywood 78, Poly 76--Ken Hauser had 29 points for the Huskies (12-4, 2-0) in a triple overtime Sunset Six League victory at North Hollywood.
Canoga Park 74, Verdugo Hills 59--Cecil Brown had 44 points, 11 rebounds and six steals for Canoga Park (8-9, 1-1) in a Sunset Six League game at Verdugo Hills. Brown missed all six of his three-point shots, but he was 20 of 22 on two-point shots.
Valley Mission League
Reseda 56, Van Nuys 33
Sylmar 61, Kennedy 45
Venice 89, University 79
Westchester 111, Los Angeles 67--Keith Everage had 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead a balanced attack for the host Comets. David Warsaw added 15 points and Brandon McNeel and Hassan Adams each scored 10 for Westchester (15-1, 4-0).
Fairfax 69, Palisades 53
West Valley League
Taft 90, Birmingham 76--Mustafa Asghari had 34 points, nine assists and four steals for the Toreadors (13-4, 2-0) in a West Valley League victory at Taft. Asghari, who made 11 of 14 shots, has scored at least 30 points in five of the last six games.
Chatsworth 95, Granada Hills 93--Shayne Berry had 32 points and 10 rebounds, and Scott Johnston had 19 points and 13 rebounds to lead host Chatsworth (11-6, 2-0) in a West Valley League game.
El Camino Real 63, Cleveland 58
|Southern Section League Scores--Friday, January 12, 2001|
Calvary Chapel Downey 71, St. Margaret's 39
Fairmont Prep 47, Capistrano Valley Christian 41
Bethel Christian Lancaster@ Apple Valley Christian
Joshua Springs @ Hesperia Christian
Victor Valley Christian @ Antelope Valley Christian
Montebello 51, Alhambra 29
Bell Gardens 67, San Gabriel 66--The Lancers' Argenio Ramirez hit a 10-foot jumper with 12 seconds left to give Bell Gardens the victory Johnny Tran scored a team-high 11 points and Tuan Tien had 10 points for the Matadors, which dropped to 10-8 overall and 1-1 in Almont League action.
Mark Keppel @ Schurr
LA Baptist 61, Village Christian 43
Sherman Indian 69, Hamilton 48 -- SHERMAN INDIAN (69) -- Ivins 5, Key 4, Nez 21, Spoonhunter 17, Flores 16, Martinez 2, Perez 4. HAMILTON (48) -- Renteria 2, R.Davis 25, Dewese 13, Anderson 2, Sandavol 3, Evan 2, J.Davis 1. Halftime score -- Sherman Indian 36-24. Three-point goals -- Dewese, Sandavol, Spoonhunter 2, Flores 4. Total fouls -- Sherman Indian 17, Hamilton 15. Fouled out -- Spoonhunter. Records: Sherman Indian 6-6, Hamilton 5-12
Glendora 82, Walnut 50--
Upland 89, Chino 43 -- All five Highlanders starters scored in double figures, including a game-high 16 points from Jason Harris, as Upland routed the visiting Cowboys to remain unbeaten in Baseline League play. The game was essentially over after the Highlanders' 28-8 first-quarter run. Upland led 50-17 at the half. Jay Rasch scored 12 points, while Kirk Snyder had 11. Sheldon Pace and Prentice Harris each contributed 10 for Upland (15-1, 2-0).
Claremont 68, Don Lugo 52 -- Sean Terrell scored eight of his 13 points in the first quarter as the Wolfpack went the distance for a Baseline League victory. Claremont (15-4, 3-0) took command early with a 21-11 first quarter that featured a 13-0 run and led by as many as 21 points. Micah Lombard led the way with 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Shaddean Aaron added 16 points and eight rebounds. Andy Galindo paced Don Lugo (6-14, 1-2) with 18 points and five assists.
Santa Monica 70, Morningside 57
Peninsula 70, Leuzinger 60--Kevin Gardner led Peninsula with 19 points in the home victory. Austin Cinnamond added 13 points for the Panthers (11-6, 2-2).
Redondo 76, North Torrance 44--Dijon Thompson scored 17 points and Charles Walker and Wendell White each had 10 as the host Sea Hawks defeated North. Adam Zahn scored nine points and Eddie Topps had seven points and five steals for the Sea Hawks (13-4, 5-0).
Inglewood 89, Mira Costa 53--Five players scored in double digits and host Inglewood's defense came through in the home victory. Anthony Davis was the top scorer for Inglewood (16-4, 6-0) with 17 points. Mira Costa (10-7, 2-3) was led by Jacob Insler 's 19 points.
Camino Real League
Verbum Dei 72, Cantwell Sacred Heart 31
St. Monica 80, Mary Star 44--Adrian Navarro scored 13 points, but the Stars were unable to overcome host St. Monica. Jonathan Phillips scored nine points while Christopher Cosgrove added seven for Mary Star (5-14, 2-1).
St. Anthony 44, Don Bosco 43
Villa Park 66, Canyon 62 (OT)--Matt MacGinnis scored four of his 17 points to open overtime as fourth-ranked Villa Park had to work hard to outlast Canyon, 66-62, in a Century League game Friday at Villa Park. The Spartans, thanks to free throws by Sean Phaler and Matt Waldrip and a basket by Tommy Stankan, led 53-46 with 1:33 to play in regulation. But Canyon climbed back on the shoulders of Derron Putnam -- who scored a game-high 30 points -- and got back in the game. Putnam hit a three-pointer and a layup and Canyon was suddenly trailing by two points with 1:07 left in the fourth quarter. Villa Park got a layup from Stankan with 20 seconds to play, but Canyon answered it with a three-pointer by Nate Miller with 10 seconds left to close to 55-54. After the Spartans' Waldrip went to the line, Villa Park took a 57-54 lead with 6.8 seconds on the clock. Canyon moved the ball quickly down court. Putnam waited for a defender to fly past him at the three-point line, then put up an awkward-looking three that went in just before the buzzer. But the Comanches weren't so lucky in overtime. MacGinnis' four points gave Villa Park the lead in the early going, Canyon was never able to cut that advantage to less than three points. Canyon played Villa Park tough from the outset, with the lead changing hands eight times in the first 12 minutes. Villa Park took a 21-20 lead with 4:35 to play in the first half on a jumper by Kyle Egkan -- and would never trail again in the game. From there, Villa Park went on a roll. The Spartans scored 12 consecutive points in the final 4:35 of the half -- while holding Canyon scoreless -- to push the lead to 31-20 at halftime. Canyon slowly chipped away at it in the third quarter, cutting it to 42-40 on a three-pointer by Putnam with two seconds left in the quarter.
Santa Ana Valley @ El Modena
Foothill 72, Orange 35
Buena 58, San Marcos 35--Ryan Covos scored 13 points to lead the Bulldogs past the Royals in a Channel League matchup at San Marcos High. The Royals' Asher Kupperman scored a game-high 14 point points, but it wasn't enough to top Buena. San Marcos' record fell to 1-2 in the Channel League and 5-10 overall while Buena improved to 1-1, 12-7.
Ventura 69, Dos Pueblos 66 (OT)--Trevor Prophet made a three-point basket with 25 seconds left in the second overtime to give Ventura a 67-66 lead and Jimmy Ikeda added two free throws in a Channel League game at Ventura. The Cougars are 11-8, 2-1. Dos Pueblos missed 8-of-10 free throws down the stretch, allowing Ventura to emerge with a 69-66 Channel League victory in double overtime. The Cougars were led by Brian Easterly, who nailed two 3-pointers and tallied 29 points. One of his 3-pointers came at a crucial point in the first overtime. Easterly's shot sent the game into double overtime, which is when the Cougars took advantage of DP's missed opportunities at the free-throw line to win the game. Coach Sherman told the Santa Barbara News-Press that his team shouldn't have even played the overtime period. "We were up two with about a minute left when they made a free throw to cut the lead to one, " Sherman said. "But the scorekeeper recounted the score and said an extra point was found. That tied the game at 52, but there was nothing we could do about it because it was the official book." In the first overtime, the Chargers (0-2, 11-5) had a chance to win the game at the free-throw line with seven seconds left. They missed the front end of a 1-and-1, got the ball back on a rebound and picked up another foul. But they missed another the front end of another 1-and-1, sending the game into another overtime period. Steve Graybill led the Chargers with 17 points. DOS PUEBLOS -- Ortiz 9, Cowan 11, Graybill 17, Roegner 6, Jenkins 9, Sherman 10, Dally 2, Aguilera 2. VENTURA -- Ebell 6, Ikeda 6, Profit 3, Robinson 14, Wagner 2, Easterly 29, Gruber 13. Total Dos Pueblos . . . 14 15 14 9 7 7 -- 66 Ventura . . . 14 17 7 14 7 10 -- 69 3-point goals -- DP Cowan 3, Graybill 2), V (Profit 1, Easterly 2). Technicals -- none. Record -- DP 0-2, 11-5. V 2-1, 11-8.
Citrus Belt League
Rialto 63, Redlands 59 -- Sophomore forward Daryl Diggins hit three three-pointers as Rialto High School overcame a 14-point second-half deficit to post a 63-59 Citrus Belt League victory over visiting Redlands on Friday. Diggins and Carl Gales each scored 15 points to lead the Knights, 1-0 in the CBL, 11-5 overall. Redlands fell to 0-2, 10-7 despite 19 points from Bryan Roberts and a near triple-double by seven-foot center Alex Graham (16 points, 10 rebounds, seven blocks). Redlands led by 14 points in the third quarter when Rialto went to a full-court press that produced turnovers and quickened the pace of the game. The Knights outscored the Terriers 21-7 in the fourth quarter. Redlands led 59-58 in the late going when Diggins' hit his final, and decisive, three-pointer. Senior 6-4 center Mike Williams had eight points and 11 points for Rialto. Rialto rallied from as many as 14 points down in the third quarter to win a Citrus Belt League game. Sophomore forward Daryl Diggins scored 10 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, including a pair of three-point goals, to spark the rally. Redlands' Bryan Roberts led all scorer with 19 points. REDLANDS (59) -- Roberts 19, Graham 16, Burgan 11, MacKenzie 5, Pasha 6, Alsobrooks 2. RIALTO (63) -- Gales 15, Diggins 15, Williams 8, Funn 8, Word 4, Green 6, Autry 7. Halftime score -- Redlands 33-26. Three-point goals -- Roberts 2, Funn 2, Diggins 3, Autry, Gales. Total fouls -- Redlands 12, Rialto 11. Fouled out -- none. Records: Rialto 1-0, 11-5. Redlands 0-2, 10-7.
Fontana 69, AB Miller 52 -- Miller (1-1, 13-5) came into the game with high hopes. The Rebels were off to their best start since 1996-97, when they went to the CIF finals before losing to Long Beach Poly. The Steelers (1-0, 10-6) were playing their first league game after their Tuesday game with Rialto was postponed because of a power blackout in the Fohi area.The game was tied 10-10 early on before Trayvon Williams, Jose Gallardo and Chris Duran each hit three-pointers on three consecutive possessions to put the Steelers up by nine. Fontana spent a lot of time behind the arc Friday, hitting eight three-pointers in the game. Miller didn't hit any three-pointers. Williams finished with 15 points. Cory McJimson a 6-6 forward, led the Steelers with 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Eisenhower 99, Redlands East Valley 55--Alex Acker scored a game-high 21 points, and Johnny Dukes added 14 points as the visiting Eagles (2-0, 14-4) defeated the Wildcats (0-2, 5-13) in a Citrus Belt League game. Senior 5-10 guard Chris Moses and sophomore 6-2 forward Keke Lyles each scored 11 points for REV.
Coast Valley League
Valley Christian Santa Maria @ Maricopa--score not reported yet
Laguna Blanca 40, Cate 37--After posting a 24-point first quarter, the Owls held off a comeback by the Rams to secure a Condor League victory at home. Laguna Blanca mustered just three points in the final period, but received two key plays, which Owls coach Jason Riggio described as the turning point in the game. With a little over two minutes left in the game, Owls sophomore James Lewis drew a charge, then his teammate Trevor Scott hit a key basket down the stretch to secure the victory. Scott finished with a game-high 18 points while teammate Andy Nelson posted 10 rebounds. But Riggio stressed the importance of his sophomore's play on defense. CATE -- Banner 6, Mack 3, Altman 4, Nagano 6, Hackelman 11, Nammack 4, Lisu 3. Totals 13 9-17 37 LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 2, Scott 18, Wicks 3, Jeffrey 2, Nelson 3, Lewis 6, Kaufman 6. Totals 16 4-9 40. Cate . . . 9 11 9 8 -- 37 Laguna . . . 24 4 9 3 -- 40; 3-point goals -- C 2 (Banner 2), LB 4 (Scott 2, Kaufman 2). Total fouls C 18, LB 17. Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none. Records -- C 0-3. LB 1-1, 4-8.
De Anza League
Big Bear @ Aquinas--Postponed--The Bears were snowed in on Friday and the game will be re-scheduled as soon as possible.
Banning @ Notre Dame Riverside
Beaumont 54, Yucca Valley 49 -- Rueben Mitchell scored 12 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as Beaumont defeated visting Yucca Valley in a De Anza League game. Beaumont's Nate Mendoza led all scorers with 15. Travis Budd led Yucca Valley with 13 points. Yucca Valley cut Beaumont's 15-point lead to five in the fourth with under a minute left. But Beaumont held on making clutch free throws. YUCCA VALLEY (45) -- Hughes 7, Faller 6, McPeak 2, Claud 7, Brower 8, Hollenger 4, Budd 13, Gorski 2. BEAUMONT (54) -- Mitchell 12, Koumparis 7, Mendoza 15, Hackney 6, Curtis 8, Small 2, Ramos 4. Halftime score -- Beaumont 21, Yucca Valley 21. Three-point goals -- Faller 2, Claud, Brower 2, Budd, Curtis 2, Koumparis. Total fouls -- Beaumont 18, Yucca Valley 17. Fouled out -- Mendoza. Technical fouls -- Yucca bench. Records: Beaumont 4-2, 9-9.
San Jacinto 88, Twentynine Palms 73 -- San Jacinto scored 12 unanswered points midway through the third quarter to take a 57-45 lead. Eric Duguid hit two three-pointers and Michael Frazier had the other six points during the streak. Daniel Padilla had a career-high 35 points for San Jacinto, which won their third straight game. Ray Hester had 21 points to pace Twentynine Palms. TWENTYNINE PALMS (73) -- Randle 10, Palmer 10, Hester 21, Cooley 14, Barela 10, Corney 2, Oglivie 6. SAN JACINTO (88) -- Duguid 8, Padilla 35, Luna 5, Hyland 7, Frazier 24, Medina 9. Halftime score -- Twentynine Palms 40-39. Three-point goals -- Hester 3, Cooley, Barela 2, Duguid 2, Padilla 4, Luna, Medina, Frazier 2. Total fouls -- Twentynine Palms 15, San Jacinto 21. Fouled out -- Duguid. Technical fouls -- Duguid. Records: San Jacinto 9-7, 5-1. Twentynine Palms 3-3 in league.
Montclair Prep 61, Whitney 50
Pacific Hills 62, Campbell Hall 60
Brentwood @ Crossroads
Del Rey League
Bishop Amat 72, St. Paul 58
Bishop Montgomery 69, Serra 33--Derrick Craven finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Errick Craven added 19 points, eight rebounds and five assists to lead Bishop Montgomery (13-2, 2-0) in the road victory. Randal Odums had seven points for Serra (11-9, 1-2)
Del Rio League
El Rancho 75, Pioneer 59
California 69, La Serna 66 (OT)
Santa Fe @ Whittier
Desert Mountain League
Boron @ Silver Valley
Lone Pine @ Lucerne Valley
Desert Christian Lancaster @ Mammoth
Desert Sky League
Victor Valley @ Barstow
Ridgecrest Burroughs @ Serrano
Silverado 59, Granite Hills 46-- Senior 5-10 guard scored 15 points and had five assists for the Hawks (2-1, 10-8) defeated the visiting Cougars (0-3, 6-9) in a Desert Sky League game. Senior 6-1 forward Justin White added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Silverado, while senior 6-1 forward Chris Higgins had 12 points. Junior 6-7 forward Danny Lee scored 12 and added nine rebounds for Granite Hills, and junior 6-3 forward Rumell Mitchell had eight rebounds.
Desert Valley League
Palm Springs @ Desert Hot Springs
Cathedral City 92, Indio 48-- Cathedral City defeated Indio in this Desert Valley League game. Cathedral City was up 34-10 at the end of the first quarter. Cathedral City's Brandon Brown had a career-high 11 points. Rodney King had 13 points to lead Indio. INDIO (45) -- Lopez 5, Martinez 2, Wilson 5, King 13, Cruz 3, Kitagawa 6, Isaacson 9, Perez 2. CATHEDRAL CITY (92) -- DeVance 14, Lambert 8, Otteson 6, Heretia 14, Shewmake 18, Villela 4, Moorman 5, Parris 6, Florres 2, Hansen 3, Brown 11, Gray 1. Halftime score -- Cathedral City 55-18. Three-point goals -- DeVance 2, Brown 2, Otteson, Lopez, Cruz 2. Total fouls -- Cathedral City 18, Indio 20. Fouled out -- none. Records: Cathedral City 4-0, 14-5. Indio 1-3 league.
La Quinta (LQ) 57, Coachella Valley 48-- Free throws helped La Quinta defeat Coachella Valley in this Desert Valley League game. La Quinta was 13 of 15 from the free-throw line, while Coachella Valley was 5 of 12. La Quinta outscored Coachella Valley 15-7 in the first quarter. La Quinta's Aaron Acezes had a game-high 16 points and eight rebounds. Chris Marrujo added 11 points and nine rebounds for the Blackhawks. LA QUINTA (57) -- Gutierrez 12, Acezes 16, Marrujo 11, St.Angelo 5, Martinez 9, Beavers 4. COACHELLA VALLEY (48) -- Limon 8, Perez 10, Gonzalez 5, Garcia 5, Lomeli 12, Anaya 2, Castro 4, Huzrca 2. Halftime score -- La Quinta 27-23. Three-point goals -- St.Angelo, Martinez, Perez, Garcia, Gonzalez. Total fouls -- La Quinta 15, Coachella Valley 16. Fouled out -- Acezes. Records: La Quinta 3-1 league, 14-4 overall. Coachella Valley 1-4 league.
Century 70, Katella 52--Celestino Johnson scored 21 points and Chris Ferretti added 15 as the visiting Centurions (10-8, 1-1) defeated the Knights (11-7, 0-2). Phillip Tyson and Marcus Espinosa each scored 14 points for Katella.
Loara 64, Cypress 47
El Dorado 69, Kennedy 33--Kyle Miller scored 16 points to lead the Golden Hawks (16-2, 2-0) over the Fighting Irish (11-7, 1-1).
Rolling Hills Prep 107, Eastside Christian 34--Curtis Allen led Rolling Hills Prep with 28 points in the rout of Eastside Christian. Jason Daley contributed 15 and Kyle Rose had 10 for Rolling Hills Prep (6-3, 4-0).
Pioneer Baptist @ Liberty Christian
La Verne Lutheran 71, South Bay Lutheran 57 -- Michael Lee led all scorers with 21 points as the Trojans (9-4, 4-1) improved to 4-1 in Express League play. Four Trojans scored in double digits.
Southlands Christian @ Orangewood Academy
Saugus 75, Burbank Burroughs 56
Burbank @ Canyon Country Canyon
Hart @ Valencia (V)
Buena Park 47, Sunny Hills 43--Led by Randy Urias
with 16 points, the Coyotes (5-13, 1-1) came from behind to defeat the
Lancers (12-6, 1-1).
Fullerton 50, La Habra 40
Sonora 79, Troy 40
Santa Clara 77, Malibu 38
Santa Paula 46, Calabasas 42
Garden Grove League
Santiago 65, Ranco Alamitos 52
Los Amigos 64, Bolsa Grande 45
Pacifica 48, La Quinta (Westminster) 28
Littlerock @ Antelope Valley
Highland @ Lancaster
Palmdale 71, Quartz Hill 66--Jason Chambers' shot wasn't falling in the first quarter, but he scored 25 points over the next three quarters, including three 3-pointers and six-of-seven from the free-throw line. Quartz Hill's Anthony Johnson did his best to make sure the Falcons (8-9, 1-2) weren't there. The senior guard scored 36 points, 21 of them in the first half. But Johnson, Quartz Hill's best free-throw shooter, missed two crucial shots from the line in the final minute with the Rebels (12-4, 2-1) trailing by two. Before that trip to the line, Johnson was eight-of-eight on the game. Johnson's misses set up a frenzied finish. After the missed shots, the Rebels fouled Palmdale's David Hall. Hall missed both of his shots, but Chambers cut inside a Quartz Hill player to steal the rebound and lay it in. Palmdale led, 65-61. The Falcons hit three of their next four free throws, but Johnson hit a 10-foot jumper and a three from the top of the key, pulling the Rebels within two. With 22.6 seconds remaining, the Falcons tried an ill-advised baseball-style pass the length of the floor. Quartz Hill's Scott Lankford stole it and was fouled. With a chance to tie the game, he missed both free throws. But the Rebels fouled Chambers, who missed one of his free throws, giving Quartz Hill the ball, trailing by three with 16.8 seconds left. A poor pass by Johnson led to a scramble for a loose ball, which somehow ended up in Quartz Hill's David Williams' hands with four seconds left. Williams' 3-pointer clanged off the front of the rim. Cory McElroy iced the game with two free throws with 2.3 seconds remaining.
Golden West League
Saddleback 42, Tustin 38--Ismael Isais scored 21 points and Robert Gonzalez added nine as the Roadrunners (5-14, 1-1) defeated the Tillers (8-11, 1-2).
Ocean View 83, Santa Ana 48
High Desert League
Rosamond @ Bishop
Vasquez @ Frazier Mountain
Kern Valley @ Desert
Baker @ Owens Valley
Calvary Baptist @ Wilson Creek
JW North 72, Riverside Poly 55 ---- Riverside North defeated Riverside Poly in an Ivy League game on Friday night. North's Leo Dotson had a team-high 23 points and 21 rebounds. Will Wynn had 14 points and six assists. North was able to keep Poly from taking a lead. NORTH (72) -- Wynn 14, Aubert 2, Bryant 17, Washington 16, Dotson 23. RIVERSIDE POLY (55) -- Tyson 9, Dunaj 23, Lopez 8, Wood 9, Sykes 2, Vonalt 4. Halftime score -- North 39-22. Three-point goals -- Tyson, Dunaj 5, Wynn. Total fouls -- North 12, Poly 11. Fouled out -- Lopez. Records: North 1-1, 7-10. Poly 0-2.
Canyon Springs 71, Arlington 66 (OT)-- Moreno Valley Canyon Springs held Riverside Arlington without a field goal in overtime to win an Ivy League game. Arlington led bvy 11 at the half, but Canmyon Spriongs tied the score at 53 midway through the fourth quarter. Arlington's Richard Glover had a chance to win the game for the Lions, but his jumper with fiver seconds left in regulation didn't fall. In the overtime, Richard Cobbs, Derick Rispers and Mike Gaines hit big shots. ARLINGTON (66) -- Christie 13, Simon 11, Glover 4, Willman 16, Aguirre 0, Holguin 4, Acosta 6, McAlister 10, Bleemers 2. CANYON SPRINGS (71) -- Braxton 21, James 8, Cobb 16, Smith 6, Arnwine 8, Rispers 4, Gaines 8. Halftime score -- Arlington 40-29. Regulation score -- 63-63. Three-point goals -- James 2, Cobbs, Smith, Simon. Total fouls -- Arlington 26, Canyon Springs 21. Fouled out -- Willman, Glover, Aguirre. Technical fouls -- Braxton, Simon, McAlister. Records: Canyon Springs 2-0, 11-6. Arlington 0-2, 13-6.
Moreno Valley 79, Valley View 55-- Moreno Valley had a big first half and held on to remain unbeaten in Ivy League play. VALLEY VIEW (55) -- Cacho 6, Hayes 4, Duffy 6, Bradley 6, McCaan 6, Castillo 2, Rogers 2, Thompson 7, Dill 8, Somerville 6, Daffrom 2. MORENO VALLEY (79) -- Howard 11, Clarke 27, Norwood 8, Brown 2, Ashley 8, Lynch 1, Connley 5, McNeil 4, Dillon 2, Bundy 11. Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 34-18. Three-point goals -- Howard, Clarke, Connley. Total fouls -- Valley View 19, Moreno Valley 24. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Moreno Valley bench. Records: Moreno Valley 2-0, 9-9. Moreno Valley Valley View 1-1, 9-8.
Buckley 85, Holy Martyrs 31--Using a 33-9 scoring run in the second quarter, Buckley (12-1, 3-0) easily defeated an injury-depleted Holy Martyrs team (9-5, 3-2) Friday night at Buckley. The Griffins, ranked No. 4 in the CIF Division V-AA, and No. 8 in the State in their division by Cal-Hi Sports, were led by the three point shooting of Alex Clancy (6'-0" Sr. SG) who had 18 points including four three pointers, and the passing and defensive pressure of David Gale (6'-1" Jr. PG) who had 8 points 9 assists and 5 steals as well as Royal Weaver (5'-11" Sr. G) who also had 8 points and 5 steals. Colin Ward-Henninger (6'-4" Sr. SG/SF), the second leading scorer in the LA Valley region at 27 ppg, had an off night, collecting 13 points and 6 rebounds in a game that saw every Buckley player but two score. Holy Martyrs had one bright spot with Brent Babayans who had 70% of his team's total offensive output, finishing with 22 points on the night, including all of the first quarter points, and 8 of 10 fourth quarter points. Buckley's defense was stifling and forced 29 turnovers, and resulted in 21 steals by the Griffins. Buckley and Holy Martyrs will face each other again this Wednesday night at Holy Martyrs. Others for Buckley scoring were Steve Broukhim 6, Nick Brar 9, Matt Wolf 5, Murali Sivalingam 6, Tristan Seisa 4, and Jake Scannell 8. Buckley--15 33 20 17--85; Holy Martyrs--6 9 6 10--31.
Oakwood @ Avalon--score not reported.
Los Padres League
Atascadero def. St. Joseph Santa Maria--This was sort of weird because the SLO Tribune reported the game details, but not the score. . . and not enough game details to actually piece together the score. . . oh well at least we've got the two teams' records and we know Atascadero won. Here's what the paper had: "The Greyhounds snapped a four-game losing streak, beating the Knights in the St. Joseph gym. Atascadero, 1-2 in the LPL and 9-8 overall, trailed by 10 points, 38-28, at halftime. But the Greyhounds rallied behind an 18-point third quarter and a 26-point fourth quarter. Riley Prickett had 19 points for Atascadero, while Pat Bresnahan had 18, Jordan Lieser 17 and Issac Saiz 13. St. Joseph, 0-4 in the LPL and 7-11 overall, had 22 points from Dustin Kelly and 20 from Ryan Smith. Atascadero is idle until Friday, when it goes on the road to face Cabrillo." . . . See what we mean?
Cabrillo Lompoc @ Lompoc
Paso Robles 62, Morro Bay 45-- The Paso Robles Bearcats used their bench to beat the Pirates 62-45 in a Los Padres League boys basketball game in the Morro Bay gym. The Pirates have only seven players on their team; Paso Robles has double that. The Bearcats strong bench outscored Morro Bays two-man bench 20-3. Paso Robles, 3-1 in the LPL and 14-3 overall, had trouble shaking Morro Bay early. George Tapia had a basket to cap a 6-0 run in the second quarter, giving Paso Robles its first double-digit lead, 32-22. The Pirates twice got the deficit to eight, but trailed by at least 11 the entire second half. Morro Bay, 3-1 in league and 8-9 overall, played well in winning its first three LPL games. Morro Bay shot 29 percent to 52 percent for Paso Robles. The Bearcats made four of eight three-pointers. Paso Robles J.R. Webb had 12 points, while Anguiano and Russell Lee each had 10. Morro Bay sophomore Derrick Dickson had 17 points and nine rebounds, while senior Nick Humphrey had 16 points and eight rebounds. Morro Bay plays at King City on Tuesday in a non-league game, while Paso Robles is idle until facing St. Joseph on Friday.
Agoura 55, Royal 43--Kevin Cornwell scored 14 points and Adam Allegro added 13 for Agoura (14-3, 3-1) in a Marmonte League game at Royal, setting up a first-place showdown Monday at Simi Valley.
Thousand Oaks 69, Moorpark 62--Kyle Kegley and Ben Olson each scored 25 points to lead Thousand Oaks High to a 69-62 victory over visiting Moorpark in a Marmonte League boys' basketball game Friday night. Kegley scored 16 of the Lancers' 23 second-quarter points. Olson had 10 points in the fourth quarter, when Thousand Oaks (12-4, 2-1 in league play) extended its lead. Ron Russ scored 18 points for Moorpark (11-6, 2-2).
Westlake 65, Newbury Park 49
Boys Republic 84, Masada 56
California Lutheran @ Lake Arrowhead Christian
Charter Oak @ Los Altos
Pomona 65, Garey 58 --Darnell Buchanan hit two key three-pointers late in the fourthquarter to help the Red Devils hold off the Vikings in the Miramonte League game. Odell Howard scored 18 points, Embert Madison had 14 and Spencer Smith added 11 to pace Pomona (14-4, 2-0). Tony Worthams (19 points), Delano Dell (11) and Jermaine Alexander (10) led Garey.
Diamond Ranch 75, Hacienda Heights Wilson 73--Kenneth Ubom's free throw with two seconds left in overtime sealed Diamond Ranch High's 75-73 boys' basketball victory Friday, finally quieting Hacienda Heights Wilson star James Griffin. Griffin hit a game-tying three-pointer as time expired in regulation, three of his 10 points in the fourth period. He also nailed a field goal with six seconds left in overtime to cut the deficit to one before Ubom sealed it at the line. Ubom finished with 28 points, seven rebounds and four steals for Diamond Ranch (10-8, 2-0), while Daniel Knott added 16 points, six rebounds and two assists. Griffin had 27 points and Jermaine Johnson contributed 22 for Wilson (12-6, 0-2).
Chaminade 74, Harvard-Westlake 56
Notre Dame 70, Crespi 57--Mike Luderer hit four three pointers in the sceond quarter as Notre Dame pulled away to an 11-point halftime lead and went on to win the Mission League game before a sold out crowd. More than 300 people were turned away at the door. Luderer finished with 23 points -- 20 in the first half -- and teammate Cody Pearson added 27, including eight of Notre Dame's last nine points. Luderer transferred to Notre Dame (16-2, 4-0) from Crespi (13-4, 3-1) two years ago; Ruben Sanchez transferred from Chaminade to Notre Dame as well (he hit the game winning shot against his former school last week). Crespi's Andrew Moore scored 26 points. Five of Crespi's first eight field goals were 3-pointers, good enough to keep the Celts even through the first 11 minutes. Then Luderer went on his tear, sparking a 12-1 run that gave Notre Dame a 35-24 advantage with 2:30 left before halftime. Josh Smith did a good job containing Moore defensively. Allan Ellis finished with 13 points and was the only other Celt in double figures.
Mission Valley League
South El Monte 45, Rosemead 44--Richard Bancant scored 30 points to lead the Eagles to victory over the Panthers. Israel Dabala paced Rosemead with 16 points.
El Monte 47, Gabrielino 36
Arroyo 49, Mountain View 38--The Knights had three players in double digits, which helped Arroyo break through in the second half. The Knights also shot an impressive 81 percent from the free-throw line.
Mojave River League
Apple Valley @ Sultana
Hesperia @ Rim of the World
LB Wilson 74, Lakewood 70
Jordan 81, Cabrillo 58
Poly 90, Compton 51
Bassett 82, Gladstone 65-- Joe Burton scored 26 points and Victor Corella had 18 for the Olympians, who are 4-10 overall but 2-0 in league. Bassett led 23-11 after the first quarter and never gave up the lead. Darrell White had 18 points and Lamont Alexander 14 for Gladstone.
Diamond Bar 65, West Covina 64--Dominic Robinson hit one of two free throws with 12 seconds left to give the Brahmas (7-11, 2-0) a hard-fought victory over the Bulldogs. Mark Jecmen led the way with 22 points, while Matt Brunelle tallied 15.
Azusa @ Workman
Mt. Baldy League
Ontario 84, Rancho Cucamonga 61--The Jaguars (10-5, 1-0) earned their first Mount Baldy League victory of the season by overmatching the host Cougars (6-9, 0-2). Ontario had four players in double figures, led by Cameron Munoz's 18 points and David Stepney's 16 points and eight rebounds. Senior 6-6 center David Stepney had 16 points and eight rebounds for Ontario, and Marcus Mack and Marlon Mitchell had 10 points apiece.
Alta Loma 74, Montclair 65 -- The Braves (8-8, 1-0) rallied from a four-point deficit at the half (34-30) to earn the Mount Baldy League win. Yoseph Yaisrael led the way for Alta Loma with 17 points. He added five assists and six rebounds. Demetris Walk and Milton Stanley led Montclair with 17 points apiece.
Etiwanda 72, Chaffey 59 -- The Eagles (9-8, 2-0) remained undefeated in league play with their home victory over the Tigers. Jacob Johnson led all scorers with 25 points, while Nate Dowd and Jon Boyd combined for 33 points. Chedelle Hunte led Chaffey with 18 points.
Mountain View League
Corona Santiago 73, Corona 59-- Corona Santiago outscored Corona 22-9 in the fourth quarter to take the lead and held on to win Mountain View League game. Justin Griffin scored eight of his game-high 26 points from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter. CORONA (59) -- Morrow 19, Smith 12, Hyun 8, Duran 1, Dias 9, Roode 2, Gonzalez 8. SANTIAGO (73) -- Simpson 21, Griffin 26, Coleman 4, LeDuc 7, Johnson 3, Cliett 2, Black 10. Halftime score -- Corona 31-27. Three-point goals -- Morrow, Simpson 3, Griffin 3. Total fouls -- Corona 24, Santiago 25. Fouled out -- Coleman, Gonzalez, Dias. Technical fouls -- Corona bench. Records: Santiago 9-10, 2-0, Corona 0-2
Corona Centennial 83, Jurupa Valley 50-- Jamaal Williams scored 14 of his game-high 29 points in the first quarter to help Corona Centennial win a Mountain View League game. Centennial raced to a 32-7 lead in the period. Williams had eight rebounds, and J.R. Reese had 11 assists for Centennial. Eric Soderberg had 11 rebounds. JURUPA VALLEY (50) -- Lozano 11, Frias 9, West 7, Brito 8, Barber 11, Zucca 2, Garcia 2. CENTENNIAL (83) -- Sybesma 4, Gonzales 10, Reese 15, J.Williams 29, E.Soderberg 7, B.Williams 10, Peppers 4, Alexander 2, Staten 2. Halftime score -- Centennial 50-26. Three-point goals -- Frias 3, West, Barber, Reese 4, J.Williams, B.Williams. Total fouls -- Jurupa Valley 13, Centennial 21. Fouled out -- Lozano. Records: Centennial 2-0, 15-0.
La Sierra 59, Norco 58-- Jeff Midgett, who finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds, hit two free throws to break a 55-55 tie with 30 seconds remaining. Marcus Smith added two more free throws 12 seconds later to lift La Sierra to a road victory in the Mountain View League. Reggie Smith hit a three-pointer for Norco with eight seconds left, but La Sierra held on for the victory. LA SIERRA (59) -- Cryder 9, M. Smith 18, Rincon 13, Johnson 6, Midgett 13. NORCO (58) -- Cuadra 0, R. Smith 18, Reyes 21, Ogmyoku 0, Valenzuela 13, Graves 0, Bond 4, Erickson 2. Halftime score -- Tied 32-32. Three-point goals -- R. Smith 3, Reyes 3, Cryder 3, M. Smith, Rincon 3. Total fouls -- La Sierra 12, Norco 18. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none. Records: La Sierra 1-1 in league, 9-8 overall. Norco 0-1, 9-9.
Arroyo Grande 65, San Luis Obispo 50-- Ryan Zimmerman, battling the flu this week, came off the bench to spark the Eagles to a 65-50 Northern League basketball win over San Luis Obispo in Tiger Gym. Zimmerman produced six points and four assists as the Eagles steadily pulled away from the Tiger in the final 24 minutes of the game. With the win, Arroyo Grande improved to 17-2 on the season, 3-0 in league play and set up a showdown Wednesday at Lompoc, also 3-0 in league games. San Luis Obispo, despite playing without center Jeff Jenkins (out with the flu), amassed a 36-22 advantage on the boards, with Greg Morales and Chad Vicory each pulling down seven. But it was about the only statistic in which the Tigers had the edge. Arroyo Grande made 53 percent of its floor shots, stole the ball 10 times and forced San Luis Obispo to turn the ball over 19 times. The Eagles had just eight turnovers. San Luis Obispos only leads of the game were at 2-0 and 4-2. Arroyo Grande went on a 9-0 run in the first quarter, outscored the Tigers 17-8 in the third period and had its biggest lead of the game at 62-41 midway through the final quarter when Phillip Johnson slam dunked the ball off an alley-oop pass from Sean Shields. We wanted an up-tempo game tonight and we ran the floor very well in the second half, said Byars. The Cal Poly-bound Johnson finished with 16 points and six rebounds for the Eagles, sinking seven of his nine floor shots. David Romero added 13 points while Matt Landeros chipped in with 12. San Luis Obispo had just one double-digit scorer Vicory with 11 points. Morales had nine, Brian Kasarjian eight, Daniel Monroe seven and Ian Jorgeson six. The loss dropped the Tigers to 4-12 on the season and 1-2 in league play. San Luis Obispo is at Santa Maria on Wednesday.
Santa Maria @ Righetti
Compton Centennial 76, Hawthorne 63
El Segundo 56, Culver City 52--DaShawn Strong scored 18 points, had 10 rebounds and six assists as El Segundo defeated host Culver City, 56-52, in overtime in an Ocean League game. Culver City's DeAndre Lewis scored a lay-up with nine seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Strong gave El Segundo (9-9, 3-2) a two-point lead with over a minute left. After a steal by Jermel Robinson, Jeramie Hopson hit a 23-foot 3-pointer as the shot clock expired to pace the Eagles in the overtime. Culver City is 9-7, 3-2.
South Torrance 58, Torrance 45-- Michael Pederson finished with 16 points and five assists and the Spartans held the Tartars scoreless in the second quarter for the home win. Clete Albitz also scored 16 points for South (10-6, 3-2). James Chang led Torrance (3-2 in league) with 12 points.
Beverly Hills 59, West Torrance 56 (OT)--Rush Khoddam missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer as West lost to the host Normans. Brad Dolick led West (8-9, 1-4) with 13 points. Chasen Walker scored 16 points for Beverly Hills (6-9, 2-3).
Brethren Christian @ Valley Christian Cerritos
Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 54, Maranatha 48
Orange Lutheran 77, Whittier Christian 38
Newbury Park Adventist @ Cornerstone Christian
Brea Olinda 65, Magnolia 63--Ryan Moore scored 21 points to lead the Wildcats (12-6, 2-0) past the Sentinels. Magnolia's Geoffrey Clayton scored a game-high 36 points, including 23 in the second half. Vincent Bryant added 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the effort for the Sentinels (9-9, 1-1).
Savanna 42, Western 38
Valencia (P) 52, Anaheim 42
Muir 81, Hoover 46--Joseph Frazier scored a team-high 18 points and performed well in several other areas Friday night to leading Muir High School to an 81-46 win over Hoover in Pacific League boys basketball action. Frazier finished with eight rebounds, six steals and six assists for Muir, which is 2-0 in league play and 14-2 overall. The Mustangs raced to a 24-6 first-quarter lead and never were in trouble. Contributing to the balanced offense were Jamaal Hall and Malcolm Johnson, who each had 13 points. Ryan Hollins scored 10 points.
Arcadia 60, Glendale 57--Glendale overcame a 14-point margin in the fourth quarter but lost in the final minute to Arcadia, 60-57, in a league game Friday at Arcadia High. Glendale (8-10, 0-2 in league) yielded a three-point basket by Arcadia's Brent Dohling with 24 seconds left to make it 58-55. Dohling, a guard who finished with five three-pointers, made a pair of free throws with one second left to send Glendale to its third consecutive loss. The Nitros, who were outscored by 14 points Tuesday in the final six minutes of a 62-48 league loss to Crescenta Valley, erased a 52-38 Arcadia lead early in the fourth quarter. Glendale's Hugo Guerrero scored six fourth-quarter points, including four in a stretch of 20 seconds which enabled Glendale to tie the game at 53 with two minutes left. Arcadia (12-6, 1-1 in league) used a 25-12 spurt in the third quarter to open a 14-point lead entering the fourth quarter. The Nitros were plagued by foul trouble throughout the second half, as starters Riley Van Patten and Guerrero each collected their fourth personal fouls. Dohling's ability to hit several open jump shots left Glendale skidding and Glendale Coach Steve Snodgress searching for answers, using his timeouts to find a way to cool off Dohling.
Crescenta Valley 86, Pasadena 65-- Crescenta Valley led by as much as 33 points in the Pacific League contest before winning, 85-67, to improve to 14-3 and 2-0 in league. A closer game was expected, considering the amount of talent on Pasadena and the fact that the Falcons had yet to find their niche in the season. CV scored 26 points in the first quarter, 11 by Jimmy Goffredo who finished with 20 and four threes. Pasadena fell to 8-8, 1-1 with the loss. James Jenkins, who scored just 13 against Glendale led all scorers with 34 points. The 6-foot-6 senior also had 14 rebounds as CV outrebounded the Bulldogs, 42-28. Tarne, who had just six against Glendale, got back on track with an 18-point performance, during which he had three three-pointers and five rebounds. Pasadena 17 7 17 26 -- 67 CV 26 21 18 20 -- 85 PASADENA -- Munn 6, Wilburn 25, Eubanks 4, Bean 8, Clark 6, Redmond 4, Johnson 9, Miller 5. Three-pointers: Wilburn 4, Johnson 3. CRESCENTA VALLEY -- Kula 2, Kang 6 and 9 rebounds, Tarne 18, Goffredo 20, Jenkins 34 and 14 rebounds, Pari 3, Tagawa 2. Three-pointers: Goffredo 4, Tarne 3.
Pacific Coast League
Corona del Mar 56, Northwood 50--Senior guard Idean Shahangian scored 20 points and senior forward Zach Brewster added a career-high 19, while senior Charlie Alshuler keyed a strong defensive performance for the Sea Kings (8-11, 2-0 in league). CdM led, 30-29, at halftime, but Brewster scored eight and Shahangian seven to help the hosts outscore the Timberwolves, 18-12, in the third period. Northwood cut the deficit to two with a three-pointer late in the third quarter, but a basket by Eric Snell and two Brewster free throws iced the victory. Northwood, in its debut varsity campaign and without seniors, fell to 13-5, 0-2. Snell and Alshuler scored seven points apiece and Orris credited Alshuler's strong rotation as the key to CdM's matchup man-to-man (zone) defense. Northwood 11 18 12 9 - 50 Corona del Mar 16 14 18 8 - 56 Northwood - Terry 18, Selway 12, Roggero 7, Gray 6, Howard 4, Sanchez 3.3-pt. goals - Roggero 1, Terry 1, Snachez 1. Fouled out - Roggero. Technicals - none. Corona del Mar - Shahangian 20, Brewster 19, Snell 7, Alshuler 7, Glass 1, Richardson 0, K. Mancillas 0, Grey 0. 3-pt. goals - Shahangian 1, Snell 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.
University 87, Costa Mesa 77--Mike Payne led the Mustangs (11-6, 1-1 in league) with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while David Conte added 17 and Steve Whittaker chipped in 15. University's Jason Garey had 32 points, including seven three-pointers, while Hiro Christoph had 31 points, including seven threes of his own. The Trojans made 17 three-pointers in the game. University improved to 10-7, 2-0. Costa Mesa 19 21 24 13 - 77 University 14 20 28 25 - 87 Costa Mesa - Payne 18, Conte 17, Whittaker 15, Clark 11, Krikorian 6, Gandia 6, Vakili 4, Millwood 0. 3 pt. goals - Whittaker 3, Gandia 2, Conte 1, Clark 1. fouled out - Clark. Technicals - none. University - Garey 32, Christoph 31, Asnon 7, Gomez 7, Feistel 5, Tran 4, Allah 1. 3 pt. goals - Garey 7, Christoph 7, Gomez 2, Asnon 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.
Estancia 57, Laguna Beach 32--Eliasar Maldonado scored a game-high 25 points leading the Eagles to a 57-32 PCL victory Friday. Despite losing junior forward Micah Young to a sprained left ankle for three quarters, the Eagles (6-10, 1-1 in league) won. After shooting 3 for 9 in the first half, Maldonado found his touch in the third quarter. He scored 12 of Estancia's 16 points in the quarter as he missed just one shot and hit two three-pointers. A Laguna Beach player converted on an easy layup, but it was at the wrong basket and Maldonado was nearest to the play and was credited with the points NOTE: This is a rules violation-- The National Federation Rules clearly state that when a goal is scored in the wrong basket, no player is credited with the points, but a notation is to be made in the scorers book indicating which player made the wrong goal. The Artists drop to 4-13, 0-2 with the loss. Estancia junior George Prado (four points) dished out five assists to Maldonado. Eagles sophomore Matt Cachola, who scored six points, provided solid ballhandling on offense to use up the clock. Estancia's Valbuena brothers, Danny and Kenny, played aggressively, matching the Artists' physical play. Danny finished with eight points and Kenny scored seven. Estancia 10 14 16 17 - 57 Laguna Beach 3 3 10 16 - 32 Estancia - Maldonado 25, D. Valbuena 8, K. Valbuena 7, Cachola 6, Prado 4, Young 4, Niles 2, Phan 1, Berame 0, Rodriguez 0, Romero 0. 3-pt. goals - Maldonado 3, Prado 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - D. Valbuena 1, Berame 1. Laguna Beach - Blodgett 16, Gabbard 7, Brown 5, Chatrath 2, Foes 2. 3-pt. goals - Gabbard 2. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.
Pacific View League
Camarillo @ Hueneme
Oxnard @ Channel Islands
Flintridge Prep 48, Pasadena Poly 42-- Flintridge Prep (8-8, 2-0 in league) went down, 13-12, with 5:38 to go in the second quarter. Eventually, the Rebels built a lead as big as 14 points two minutes into the fourth quarter. The Rebels didn't get off on the right foot, hitting eight of 22 (36.0%) field goals and losing the ball nine times. It got better in the second half, as they Prep shot 41.7% (10 for 24) from the field. Antonio Harrison ignited both sides of the floor for the Rebels. He held Poly's freshman shooting guard/forward Matt Sargent, to just six points. The Panther guard was able to convert just two of his sixteen shots. Harrison recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds and three steals, and 8 assists.
Chadwick 64, Webb 40-- Mike Reich scored 31 points as Chadwick defeated host Webb. The Dolphins are 9-6, 0-3.
Rio Hondo League
Monrovia 70, La Canada 68 (OT)-- La Canada had no answer for the 6-foot-6 Bryant Markson, who torched the Spartans for a career-high 46 points in a 70-68 overtime victory Friday night at La Canada High. Markson scored 31 of his points in the second half and overtime as the Spartans (13-4, 1-1 in league) tried three different defenders against him man on man, an occasional double team and even two attempts at a zone defense, all to no avail. Markson scored the final eight points in regulation for the Wildcats (14-3, 2-0 in league) and six of their nine points in overtime. Markson shot 17 of 27 from the field, 10 of 14 from the free-throw line and grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds. After being down by as much as 12 points late in the second quarter, Monrovia rallied to take a 48-43 lead with 30 seconds remaining in the third quarter. From that point on the teams combined for three ties and 14 lead changes, answering each other's best effort with each offensive trip in the fourth quarter and the extra period. In the final 5:33 of regulation, the teams regained the lead from one another in 10 straight offensive possessions. The Spartans went ahead, 60-59, with Phil Swenson's basket at the 1:09 mark of the fourth quarter, but Markson responded with a layup with 23 seconds left. Mark Moore made one of two free throws with 14 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game at 61. Monrovia's Ryan O'Hara, who finished with five points and seven rebounds, missed wide left from 15 feet at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. Robbie Neyland's basket with 1:03 left in overtime gave La Canada its final lead at 68-67, but Markson responded with three free throws in the final 49 seconds to post its second win in as many years at La Canada High. Neyland led the Spartans with 20 points on nine-of-18 shooting, including four of his team's seven points in overtime. Billy Hofman added 16 points and five assists, Swenson tallied 11 points and six rebounds, and Moore had five points and 10 rebounds for La Canada. Jordan Ballard contributed 12 points for the Spartans, including a three-pointer in overtime, but the senior missed three shots in the final minute of the extra period to give Hofman's squad the win. Monrovia 15 9 24 13 9 -- 70 La Canada 16 16 14 15 7 -- 68 MONROVIA -- Markson 46 and 11 rebounds, O'Hara 5 and 7 rebounds, Collier 4, Jones 4 and 7 rebounds, Farrowcannon 2, Herring 8 and 8 rebounds, Bourne 1. Three-pointers: Markson 2. LA CANADA -- Hofman 16 and 5 assists, Neyland 20, Ballard 12, Moore 5 and 10 rebounds, Swenson 11, Gaudino 2, Kim 2. Three-pointers: Hofman 4, Ballard 2, Hofman.
Blair 89, San Marino 46
Temple City 43, South Pasadena 33--Sophomore guard Kevin Sweeney scored 22 points and Desmond Reed, another sophomore, finished with eight points and eight rebounds for the Rams, who are 9-8 overall and 1-1 in league play. Jason Engeman had four points and nine rebounds for the winners. South Pasadena led 7-6 after one quarter before the Rams opened up a 16-8 advantage in the third period.
San Andreas League
Colton 74, Yucaipa 52-- Kevin Pinkney scored a game-high 22 points and had 8 rebounds, 9 blocks, and seven steals to help Colton defeat Yucaipa as the Yellowjackets (2-0, 10-7) rolled over the visiting Thunderbirds (0-2, 2-14) in a San Andreas League game. Pinkney had nine blocks, eight rebounds and seven steals. Crenshaw had five assists and four rebounds. Senior guard Jason Jones had 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Matt King led Yucaipa with 11 points, and Thad Orr added 10. YUCAIPA (52) -- King 11, Prince 5, Orr 10, Brown 4, Rencih 6, Craig 8, Mogenso 2, Adams 1, Simmons 5. COLTON (74) -- Pinkney 22, Crenshaw 20, Zingua 10, Jones 11, Sorenson 2, Alonzo 6, Robbin 1, Celesten 2. Halftime score -- Colton 36-21. Three-point goals -- King, Orr 2, Crenshaw 2. Total fouls -- Yucaipa 19, Colton 19. Fouled out -- Celesten. Technical fouls -- Yucaipa coach Gregg Garrison. Records: Yucaipa 2-14, 0-2, Colton 10-7, 2-0
Cajon 66, Pacific 57-- Cajon snapped San Bernardino Pacific's 28-game winning streak in San Andreas League games. Cajon trailed by eight points at the start of the fourth quarter, but Donovan Morris hit a jumper to give Cajon a 54-52 lead with 2:38 remaining in the game. Morris, who also had 13 rebounds, hit eight straight free throws in the final 2:30. Morris poured in 32 points on 13-of-17 shooting. The Cowboys' victory snapped Pacific's 27-game SAL winning streak. The Pirates' previous SAL loss was also to Cajon, the fourth game of the 1998 season. Donnell Jury, Pacific's top scorer, finished with 21 points, but fouled out with three mintues left in the game. Cajon improved to 2-0 in the SAL (11-6 overall) and shares the SAL lead with Colton. Pacific fell to 1-1 and 10-5. Jury was guarded all game by Cajon's Dew, who held the 6-1 senior guard to mostly foul shots as Jury went 10-of-12 from the foul line. Dew finished with 14 points. Russell Kinser, Pacific's 5-11 three-point specialist, made four of his first 10 three-point attempts, but was only 1-of-5 from behind the arc in the fourth quarter. PACIFIC (57) -- Davis 1, Bradley 4, Jury 21, Kinser 17, Adams 4, Easley 4, Mohammed 6. CAJON (66) -- Morris 32, Dew 14, Porter 5, DeArman 8, Payne 7. Halftime score -- Pacific 39-32. Three-point goals -- Morris 2, Dew 2, Porter, Jury 2, Kinser 5. Total fouls -- Pacific 21, Cajon 21. Fouled out -- Jury. Technical fouls -- Morris, Dew, Jury. Records: Pacific 1-1, 10-5; Cajon 2-0, 11-6.
San Gorgonio 55, San Bernardino 36-- Senior 6-4 forward Shaun Buckingham scored 11 of his 18 points in the third quarter to give the visiting Spartans (1-1, 11-7) a 16 point lead going into the fourth quarter as they defeated the Cardinals (0-2 league) in a San Andreas League game. Senior 6-5 center Dennis Dowdy added 11 points and eight rebounds for San Gorgonio. Sean Buckingham scored 11 of his 18 points in the third quarter, helping San Bernardino San Gorgonio pull away to a San Andreas League victory. San Gorgonio outscored San Bernardino 23-10 in the quarter to take a 16-point lead. Dennis Dowdy had 11 points and eight rebounds. SAN GORGONIO (55) -- Houston 8, Harris 8, J. White 3, Buckingham 18, Dowdy 11, Walker 2, Leech 3, Daigle 2. SAN BERNARDINO (36) -- Thaxton 2, W. White 7, Daniels 4, Stotts 6, Palmore 0, Thomas 6, Tidwell 6, Johnson 5. Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 24-17. Three-point goals -- Houston 2, J. White, Buckingham 2, W. White, Johnson. Total fouls -- San Gorgonio 9, San Bernardino 17. Fouled out -- Daniels, Stotts. Records: San Gorgonio 1-1, 11-7. San Bernardino 0-2, 8-10
San Gabriel League
Downey 50, Gahr 42
Dominguez 81, Paramount 40
Warren 84, Lynwood 74
Santa Fe League
Cathedral 71, St. Genevieve 46
Daniel Murphy 75, La Salle 59
Bell Jeff 74, Salesian 63
Sea View League
Aliso Niguel 69, Irvine 52
Newport Harbor 59, Laguna Hills 50--Tony Melum scored a game-high 28 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the visiting Sailors defeated the Hawks (12-7, 0-2 in league). Erik Peterson and Aaron Yarnel combined to add 27 points for Newport Harbor (16-3, 2-0). But Laguna Hills (12-7, 0-2), which lost to highly regarded Woodbridge in the league lid-lifter Wednesday, 46-43, came back behind Laguna Beach guards Jimmy Vollenhals, Jeff Sherman (18 points) and Chris Lee (13) led the Artists. Sherman and Lee made three-pointers late in the second quarter to lead a Laguna Hills rally outscoring Newport Harbor, 20-10 and to take a 33-28 lead. In the second half, Laguna Hills pulled to within one point, but the Sailors never surrendered their lead. Melum was 3 of 3 from the field in the third quarter (10 of 14 for the contest), including another big dunk, after a big dribble from the top of the key and big step toward the rim. Laguna Hills 8 20 11 11 - 50 Newport Harbor 23 10 13 13 - 59 Laguna Hills - Sherman 18, Lee 13, Vollenhals 5, Williams 4, Steiger 4, Dimick 2, Donat 2, Stelling 2. 3-pt. goals - Lee 3, Sherman 2. Fouled out - Donat. Technical fouls - none. Newport Harbor - Melum 28, Yarnal 14, Peterson 13, Perrine 2, Cameron 2, Diefenbach 0, Young 0, Pajevic 0. 3-pt. goals - Melum 2, Peterson 1. Fouled out - none. Technical fouls - none.
St. John Bosco 46, Servite 43
Mater Dei 71, Santa Margarita 51--Jamal Sampson and Cedric Bozeman (24 points) combined for seven dunks as Mater Dei (16-2, 2-0) turned its 31-28 halftime lead into a comfortable victory. And Mater Dei did it without playing the final 8:01 with Sampson, who was ejected for his second technical foul. Guards Ricky Porter and Bozeman took over the fourth quarter, combining to score 15 of the Monarchs' 21 points. But what set the tone for the Monarchs in the second half was their defense that pressured Santa Margarita into a terrible shooting night. Ricky Porter, a senior finished with 17 points. Mater Dei is currently ranked 16th in the nation by USA Today. The Monarchs held Santa Margarita (16-2, 1-1) to five field goals on 24 shots. The Eagles shot only 16 of 54 from the floor in the game (30 percent), which included a 5-of-24 effort from beyond the three-point line. Mater Dei opened the second half by going on a 9-0 run to open a 40-28 advantage. Mike Strawberry got the Monarchs going with a fadeaway banked from close range. Strawberry, who finished with four assists, then threw a wraparound pass to Sampson for a dunk and foul shot to cap a fastbreak. Sampson, who finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds, capped the run with two foul shots. Sampson was ejected with one second left in the third quarter with his second technical foul: He was called for pushing Santa Margarita's Brandon Rohe during a double-technical call. Still, even without Sampson, the Monarchs pressed on in the fourth Mater Dei also outrebounded Santa Margarita, 37-17. Sampson didn't start the game because of missed practice time related to the flu and a sore right ankle. But he did convert a three-point play with 57 seconds left in the first quarter to give Mater Dei a 15-14 lead. Mater Dei led despite five turnovers in the quarter. Santa Margarita stayed close despite making only 1 of 10 three-pointers in the first. But the bigger problem for the Eagles was the foul trouble of Adam Tancredi. The 6-foot-8 center picked up two first-period fouls and was on the bench when the 6-foot-11 Sampson asserted himself against the much smaller Eagles. Sampson had a dunk and a basket, and a layup by Bozeman gave Mater Dei a 21-14 lead. But Tancredi returned and Santa Margarita closed the gap and even led 28-27 on a three-pointer by R.J. Socci (a team-high 13 points) with 1:03 left in the half.
Ayala 62, Nogales 48-- The Bulldogs (14-2, 2-0) came from 10 points behind in the second quarter to extend their winning streak to 12 games. The Bulldogs were led by Malik Jones and Kyle Gregory, who combined for 25 second-half points. Malik Jones scored 13 points and Kyle Gregory had 12 for the Bulldogs, who remained unbeaten in Sierra League play after their victory over the Nobles. Quinton Rogers led Nogales with 12 points and Mark Tagdioao had 10 as the Nobles dropped to 10-8 overall and 1-1 in league.
Damien 54, Rowland 39 -- The Spartans (12-1, 1-1) turned a one-point deficit at the half into a Sierra League victory over the Raiders. Kevin Clark's 16 points and Aaron Garcia's 15 led the way for Damien Kevin Clark also had six rebounds and four assists to lead the Spartans to a Sierra League victory over the Raiders. Aaron Garcia had eight rebounds for Damien
Diamond Bar @ West Covina
South Coast League
El Toro 72, San Clemente 65--Chris Parish scored 29 points for the Chargers.
Capistrano Valley @ Mission Viejo
Trabuco Hills 69, Dana Hills 49
Chaparral 64, Temecula Valley 46-- TEMECULA VALLEY (46) -- Segismar 4, Hodge 4, Louis 6, Watson 4, Forrest 1, Parks 1, Menancio 2, Cooper 7, Green 17. CHAPARRAL (64) -- Castillo 10, Buller 14, Craig 10, Castro 0, Cooke 12, Chodola 10, Newman 8. Halftime score -- Chaparral 43-24. Three-point goals -- Green 2, Castillo, Buller, Craig. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 19, Chaparral 26. Fouled out -- Castillo, Castro, Lewis, Hodge. Technical fouls -- Lewis. Records: Chaparral 1-0 league, 14-4 overall. temecvula Valley 0-2, 7-12.
Murrieta Valley 52, Elsinore 40-- Murrieta Valley's defense dominated a Southwestern League game. Elsinore hit 2 of 15 shots from the field in the second quarter, as Murrieta Valley took a 13-point lead into halftime. Elsinore got no closer than eight points in the second half. MURRIETA VALLEY (52) -- Larsen 9, Ricks 10, Richardson 10, Linsley 8, Rider 2, Campbell 10, Mejia 3. ELSINORE (40) -- Keahey 6, Green 8, Cirilo 12, Lutz 5, Wolter 1, Allen 4, Condus 4. Halftime score -- Murrieta Valley 28-15. Three-point goals -- Larsen, Mejia, Richardson, Green 2, Lutz. Total fouls -- Murrieta Valley 10, Elsinore 15. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Campbell (grabbing rim). Records: Murrieta Valley 2-0, 12-5. Elsinore 0-2, 10-6.
La Mirada 64, Bellflower 44
Mayfair 76, Glenn 54
Artesia 72, Norwalk 42
Perris 89, Paloma Valley 55-- Perris outscored Paloma Valley, 39-7, in the third quarter to post their fifth consecutive victory. Chris Johnson and Antoine Gilliam each finished with 19 points and keyed the third-period explosion in the . Jason Zimmer had 15 rebounds and Tauren Miller had eight assists for the Panthers. PERRIS (89) -- Gordon 7, Flores 2, Johnson 19, Gilliam 19, Miller 8, Ndukwe 2, Martin 1, Green 7, Hunter 11, Zimmer 13. PALOMA VALLEY (55) -- Narcisse 7, Hall 5, Farjardo 3, Mejia 17, McNulty 8, Luchessi 3, Schroeder 12. Halftime score -- Perris 40-31. Three-point goals -- Gilliam 4, Gordon, Narcisse, Farjardo, Mejia 3, McNulty 2, Luchessi. Total fouls -- Perris 19, Paloma Valley 22. Fouled out -- none. Records: Perris 2-0 in the Sunbelt League, 9-5 overall. Paloma Valley 0-1, 3-11.
Hemet West Valley 75, Hemet 51-- HEMET (51) -- Griffin 7, Martinez 4, Veiga 3, Graham 6, Masiel 9, Smith 2, Boyd 4, Reilly 11, Padgett 5. WEST VALLEY (76) -- Alvarez 8, Jackson 3, Nevarez 22, Hulstrom 3, Williams 2, Lebaron 2, Roquemore 2, Pierce 28, Stack 4, Washington 2. Halftime score -- West Valley 30-18. Three-point goals -- Masiel, Nevarez 2, Holstrom. Total fouls -- Hemet 21, West Valley 26. Fouled out -- Padgett, Washington, Alvarez, Veiga. Technical fouls -- Padgett. Records: Hemet 0-2, 5-11. West Valley 1-0, 7-11.
Edison @ Los Alamitos
Marina 69, Esperanza 62
Fountain Valley 56, Huntington Beach 52
Oak Park 50, Carpinteria 34-- Carpinteria senior guard Scott Lopez returned to the team after a sickness and scored a team-high 12 points. After scoring just three points in the second quarter, the Warriors managed to cut their 10-point deficit to five in the third quarter. The Warriors' Grant Savoy finished with a team-high eight rebounds. Carpinteria (0-2, 1-11) will play host to Fillmore at 7:30 p.m. on Friday. CARPINTERIA -- S. Lopez 12, E. Lopez 5, Savoy 4, Bright 4, Bra. Zoldos 2, Hernandez 2, J. Lopez 2, Lamar 4. Totals 16 2-5 35. OAK PARK -- Liu 2, McNair 5, Munj 5, Adams 11, Murphy 14, G. Smith 8, Jensen 5. Totals 18 8-13 50. Carpinteria . . . 11 3 12 9 -- 35 Oak Park . . . 10 14 7 19 -- 50; 3-point goals -- C 1 (E. Lopez), OP 6 (McNair 1, Munj 1, Murphy 1, G. Smith 2, Jensen 1). Totals fouls -- C 14, OP 10. Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- none. Record -- C 0-2, 1-11.
Valle Vista League
San Dimas 82, Sierra Vista 49--Curtis Small scored 23 points as the Saints (15-2, 5-0) routed the Dons. Jason Greenlee added 14 points as San Dimas raced to a 45-17 lead at the half.
Ganesha 63, Bonita 60--Michael Efevberha scored 21 points as the Giants held off the Bearcats in a Valle Vista League game. Bonita (12-5, 3-2) had two chances to take the lead in the final 25 seconds but came away empty. Franklin Ike had 18 points for the Giants. Chris Dean led Bonita with 21 points and 11 rebounds, while Ramsey Jarrar added 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Baldwin Park 58, Covina 56-- Trailing 56-53 with 45 seconds remaining, Baldwin Park turned to junior forward Geary Thompson who calmly hit a 3-pointer to tie the game. The Colts were unable to score on their next possession and the Braves got the ball back for the final seconds. After a missed shot, sophomore Kris Lewis grabbed an offensive rebound, then hit a jumper from the free-throw line with 0.2 seconds remaining. Lewis was fouled on the play and missed the free throw, but 0.2 seconds gave Covina no time to respond.
South Hills 80, Northview 72 (OT)--Joaquin Baker scored 26 points to lead the Huskies to an exciting overtime victory. The Huskies also received big contributions from Matt Froid (21 points) and Anthony Hernandez (18 points). The Vikings were led by Maratelo Nelson, who scored 19 points.
Summit View @ Coutin
Baptist Christian @ Bloomington Chrstian
Bethel Christian Riverside @ Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley
West LA Baptist 93, Hillcrest Christian TO 60
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 99, Highland Hall 29
Santa Clarita Christian @ West Valley Christian
|Non-League Southern Section Scores--Friday, January 12, 2001|
Burroughs Ridgecrest @ Serrano
Cabrillo Lompoc @ Lompoc
Delphi Academy @ Lighthouse Christian
Kilpatrick 85, Thacher 63
LeLycee 59, New Roads 55
Rancho Verde 76, Temescal Canyon 71-- Rancho Verde's J.S.Nash hit 16 of 17 free throws as the Mustangs won a non-league game. Nash had a game-high 38 points. Rancho Verde took the lead by outscoring Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon 19-10 in the third quarter after switching to a man-to-man defense. TEMESCAL CANYON (71) -- Peterson 8, Maxey 13, Zarbok 10, Cleary 10, Roberson 27, Wing 2, Eldenwood 1. RANCHO VERDE (76) -- Nogueira 1, Nash 38, Walker 19, Bukle 0, Brown 4, Winston 11, M. Singfield 2, Baker 1. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 41-37. Three-point goals -- Nash 2, Maxey 2, Zarbok, Roberson 2. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 20, Rancho Verde 16. Fouled out -- Zarbok, Cleary. Records: Rancho Verde 10-7, Temescal Canyon 14-6.
Renaissance Academy 81, Trinity Lutheran 44
Santa Barbara 60, Rio Mesa 58--The Dons rallied from a five-point deficit and won the non-league game at Rio Mesa on a pair of free throws by Dommanic Ingerson with 12 seconds to play. Tucker Waterman, a 6-8 senior, scored 19 points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds. Ingerson contributed 16 points and a career-best 10 assists for the Dons (12-7). Trey Putnam added 12 points and six rebounds. The Dons trailed by five points with five minutes to play. Ingerson began the comeback with a three-point play and Trey Putnam scored an inside basket to even the score. With the score tied at 58, Ingerson drew a foul on a drive to the basket and hit both foul shots for a two-point lead. The Spartans got off a trio of 3-point attempts before time expired. Rio Mesa had five players in double figures, led by Tunde Alonge's 13. SANTA BARBARA -- Ingerson 16, Putnam 12, Waterman 19, DeRose 4, Bogan 7, Duke 2. Totals 30 7-11 60. RIO MESA -- Alonge 13, Moreno 12, McBride 10, Bednar 11, Torres 12. Totals 22 7-11 58. Santa Barbara . . . 10 20 11 19 -- 60 Rio Mesa . . . 13 11 16 18 -- 58 3-point goals--SB 1 (Ingerson), RM 7 (Alonge 2, Moreno 2, Torres 2, McBride). Total fouls--SB 16, RM 14. Fouled out--Waterman, Alonge, Torres. Technical fouls--None.
|Tournamnent Scores--Friday, January 12, 2001|
Boys Republic Tournament
CSDR 32, Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 30 -- California School for the Deaf, Riverside held off a late rally by Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel to win a first-round game of the Boys' Republic Tournament in Chino Hills. CSDRT led by as much as seven in the fourth quarter, but Calvary Chapel cutr the lead to two points with 30 seconds to play. Calvary Chapel had a chance to tie the game with five seconds left, but Anthony Johnson missed two free throws. Ontario Scott rebounded the secoind miss to end the game. CSDR (32) -- Amaro 9, Bayarsky 9, Scott 8, Guzman 2, Alberre 0, Martinez 3, Smith 1. CALVARY CHAPEL (30) -- Nick Sainato 14, Josh Williford 5, Johnson 4, Crain 4, Shear 1, Jaimez 2. Halftime score -- CSDR 24-16. Three-point goals -- Amaro, Bararsky, Sainato. Total fouls -- CSDR 17, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 10. Fouled out -- none. Records: CSDR 2-6, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 3-4.
Ambassador Christian 53, Pilgrim 18-- Ambassador Christian outscored Los Angeles Pilgrim 20-0 in the third quarter en route to a first-round victory in the Boys Republic Tournament in Chino Hills. Senior 5-8 guard John Palmer scored a game-high 18 points and had four assists as the visiting Dawgs (3-8) beat the Patriots (1-10). Junior 5-7 guard Jose Guzman had 10 points, six steals and four assists for Ambassador Christian, while Brandon Giden added nine points and 16 rebounds. John Palmer scored 10 points in the third and finished with a game-high 20. Brandon Giden had 16 rebounds and Jose Guzman added six steals for the Dawgs, who play Banning Twin Pines at 9 a.m. today and Chino Boys Republic at 1:30 p.m. AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN (53) -- Palmer 18, J.Guzman 10, E.Guzman 4, Giden 9, Cooper 6, Austin 2, Dowell 4. PILGRIM (18) -- Mhkin 4, Collins 5, Obloha 3, Yum 3, Lee 3. Halftime score -- Ambassador Christian 22-11. Three-point goals -- Palmer, Collins, Yum, Lee. Total fouls -- Ambassador Christian 8, Pilgrim 10. Records: Ambassador Christian 3-8, Pilgrim 1-10.
Boys Republic 84, Masada 56 -- The Rams (4-7, 2-0) were led by Markus Cotten, who scored 27 of his game-high 33 points in the first half, as they advanced in the Boys Republic Classic. Matthew Marzano added 13 points and three steals. Boys Republic plays Ambassador Christian then Pilgrim in the second and third rounds.
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