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Game Scores and Details From
Thursday 1/25/01--(Jan. 28, 2001)

We continue to play catch-up. . . These are the scores and details from Thursday, January 25, 2001. Most of the teams in Southern Section and City played on Wednesday and then again on Friday, so there wasn't much going on this past Thursday, but if it happened, then we've got it.   And as always, if we missed a score or don't have the details, send it in either by e-mail, or by posting to the message board.

LA City Section Games--Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001

Magnet League

Foshay 67, LACES 60--details not available

Bravo 98, LACES 46--details not available

King Drew 73, USC Mast 69--details not available

Western League

Palisades 56, Hamilton 48--details not available

Fairfax 98, Los Angeles 46--details not available

Southern Section League Games--Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001

Agape League

Antelope Valley Christian 47, Apple Valley Christian 45--John Cho scored with 10 seconds left to lift the Eagles (13-6, 6-0) in an Agape League game at Antelope Valley Christian.

American League

Renaissance Academy 80, Waverly 14--Aaron Clitheroe and Eric Parker had 24 points apiece and the host Wildcats of La Canada (10-7, 3-1) had no trouble with the Ravens in a American League game. Tim Dihn added 14 points for Renaissance Academy.

Christian League

Ontario Christian 52, Loma Linda Academy 39--Matt Hoekstra scored a game-high 15 points and his brother Travis added 13 to lead host Ontario Christian to a 52-39 Christian League win over Loma Linda Academy on Thursday.  The Knights (15-5, 6-2) kept things close with Loma Linda Academy through the first half and tied the score 18-18 at halftime. In the second half Ontario Christian took control. The Knights outscored Loma Linda Academy 18-9 in the third quarter  and 16-12 in the fourth quarter to ice the game. Chris Garcia had 11 points for Ontario Christian.   LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (39) Rivinius 11, Stottlemeyer 8, Pryor 9, Campbell 7, Apercio 4. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (52) M. Hoekstra 15, T. Hoekstra 13, Garcia 11, Gibson 9, Landry 2, Coolhaas 2. Loma Linda Academy 9 9 9 12 -- 39 Ontario Christian 9 9 18 16 -- 52 Total fouls: LLA 14, OC 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Delphic League

Brentwood 71, Whitney 69-- The Eagles (8-10, 0-6) almost pulled off the upset win over Brentwood as Daniel Son scored 19 points in the losing effort with help from Ali Mohammad with 17 points and 8 rebounds.  Gary Polk had 165 points and 10 assists, while Sean Tsai had 11.  Brentwood was led by Kussman with 30, Turner 12, Bak 7, Henry 16, and Champers with 4.

Express League

Liberty Christian 63, Southland 58-- Paul Francis had 20 rebounds to lead the Minutemen over Southland, and ;he finished with 16 points.  Doney had 17 as well for Liberty which improved to 2-6. 

Freedom League

Whitewater 113, Long Beach Zinsmeyer 50 --Senior center Andre Conners set an unofficial Riverside County scoring record with 65 points in Whitewater's Freedom League victory. Conners scored 21 points in the fourth quarter and 39 in the second half. His 31 field goals is the fourth highest in state history, according to the most recent Cal-Hi Sports state record book, published after the 1997-98 school year. Conners' previous career best was 35 points.  WHITEWATER (113) -- Conners 65, Pardos 3, Sanchez 4, Lawrence 8, Murdoch 15, Cooper 4, Sophous 14.  ZINSMEYER (50) -- Wynn 16, Williams 4, Huizar 7, Tyler 16, Phin 7. Halftime score -- Whitewater 45-20. Three-point goals -- Murdoch, Sophous 2, Wynn, Huizar 2, Tyler. Total fouls -- Whitewater 6, Zinsmeyer 11. Fouled out -- none. Records: Whitewater 8-1, 15-1.

Frontier League

Santa Clara 64, Calabasas 59 -- Calabasas (59) — McDermott 5, Woodard 2, Malatesta 13, Saunders 4, Justman 2, Holm 13, Buford 6, Entin 2, Fenchel 5, Sounders 7. Santa Clara (64) — Davis 4, R. Lajoie 4, Santana 3, Soria 15, Minney 17, T. Lajoie 9, Ramirez 14. Calabasas--12  18   10  19--59; Santa Clara--21  16  6  21--64  3-Point Goals — Calabasas 5 (McDermott 1, Malatesta 2, Sounders 1, Fenchel 1). Santa Clara (Soria 1, Minney 1, T. Lajoie 1). Rebounds — Santa Clara (Minney 11 reb). Assists — Santa Clara (Soria 6). Records — Santa Clara 10-10, 4-1.

Heritage League

Ribet Academy 88, Grace Brethren 47-- Ribet Academy (88) — Bassey 12, Gaines 13, Shafferer 2, Snead 11, Thomas 9, Woods 17, Booker 18, Caldwell 2, Usher 4. Grace Brethren (47) — Marme 9, Padot 3, Taggart 2, Durso 19, D. Wreesman 2, Mathieu 10, Beaty 2. Ribet--26  19  25   18--88;  Grace Brethren--8  12  16  11--47 3-Point Goals — Ribet Academy 6 (Gaines 3, Snead 1, Thomas 2). Grace Brethren 5 (Marme 1, Durso 4). Records — Ribet Academy 6-0. Grace Brethren 5-12, 3-3.

Ivy League

Arlington 64, Valley View 51-- Moreno Valley Valley View outshot Riverside Arlington 33-15 at the foul line, but the Lions controlled the rest of the game. VALLEY VIEW (51) -- Cacho 3, McCann 1, Duffy 8, Somerville 11, Bradley 9, Cartille 4, Rogers 1, Dill 6. ARLINGTON (64) -- Simon 2, Glover 14, Willman 10, Holgin 4, Aguirre 0, Heru 5, McAlister 6, Christie 13.  Halftime score -- Arlington 33-29. Three-point goals -- Somerville 2, Heru. Total fouls -- Valley View 15, Arlington 27. Fouled out -- Simon. Technical fouls -- none.   Records: Arlington 2-4, 15-8. Valley View 1-5.

JW North 57, Canyon Springs 53 -- In an Ivy League matchup, Leo Dotson, Davell Washington and Isiah Bryant recorded double-doubles for North.  CANYON SPRINGS (53) -- Braxton 11, Arnwine 14, Woods 11, James 7, Gaines 4, Adams 4, Risper 2 NORTH (57) -- Aubert 0, Wynn 6, Bryant 19, Washington 11, Dotson 16, Walter 2, MgBeke 3. Halftime score -- North 33-31. Three-point goals -- Braxton, Woods, James, Arnwine, Wynn, Washington. Total fouls -- Canyon Springs 11, North 10. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.  Records: North 5-1, 11-10. Canyon Springs 5-1

Los Padres League

Morro Bay 72, Atascadero 69--  Morro Bay High finished with four players Thursday — three sophomores and a freshman — but managed to beat Atascadero 72-69 in overtime in a Los Padres League boys basketball game.  Morro Bay lost three players to fouls in the fourth quarter and overtime. With only seven on the team, that left the Pirates with sophomores Dickson, Michael Boucher and Chris Williams, and freshman Danny Anderson. That was enough.  Dickson had eight of the Pirates’ 11 points in overtime, and Boucher make a pair of free throws with 11.3 seconds in overtime to all but clinch the win.  Morro Bay is 4-2 in the LPL, 10-10 overall and in third place in the league standings. The Pirates played their second overtime game in a six days. They lost the first — to league-leading Santa Ynez.   Morro Bay held a lead until the final 1:27 of regulation, when Atascadero went ahead, 58-57, on a Riley Prickett three-pointer. That brought the Greyhounds back from as many as 11 points down.   Dickson finished with 30 points and eight rebounds for Morro Bay, while Nick Humphrey had 16 points before fouling out.  Atascadero’s Pat Bresnahan had 23 points and 14 rebounds, and Prickett had 16 points. The Greyhounds mounted their comeback with free-throw shooting — 14 of 15 in the final three quarters — but missed some plays down the stretch. Atascadero had a 69-68 lead when Morro Bay was forced to play with four players. But two fouls gave Morro Bay four points off free throws and a travelling call cost the Greyhounds a possession. 

Metro League

Cal Lutheran 57, Lake Arrowhead Christian 19 --LAKE ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (19) -- Kinsley 8, Cote 6, Moody 5.  CAL LUTHERAN (57) -- Wenzel 12, Baker 9, Bahn 8, P. Neujhar 7, McDunn 4, E. Neujhar 4, Monaco 3, Lyon 3, Johnson 2, Lemmerman 2, Terrian 2, Miller 1.  Halftime score -- Cal Lutheran 37-8. Three-point goals -- Kinsley 2, Monaco, Lyon, P. Neujhar. Total fouls -- Lake Arrowhead Christian 12, Cal Lutheran 18. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Cal Lutheran 6-0, 9-5. Lake Arrowhead Christian 1-5, 1-12.

Miramonte League

Los Altos 90, Garey 62-- Los Altos improved to 12-10, 3-3 in league while Garey dropped to 0-6 in league. Los Altos was ledby Brandon Rogers with 20 and Brett Campbell with 17.  Jonathan Parkinson had 24 for Garey.

Mountain View League

Corona Centennial 90, La Sierra 57 -- LA SIERRA (57) -- Cryder 2, Smith 16, Rincon 12, Johnson 2, Midgett 11, Segura 2, Bundon 6, Parker 6. CENTENNIAL (90) -- L. Soderberg 8, Gonzales 16, Reese 9, J. Williams 28, E. Soderberg 15, B. Williams 8, Alexander 2, Pepper 4.  Halftime score -- Centennial 54-30. Three-point goals -- L. Soderberg 2, Smith, Rincon 2. Total fouls -- Centennial 19, La Sierra 25. Fouled out -- Biggs, Rincon, Johnson. Technical fouls -- none.   Records: La Sierra 11-10.

Norco 59, Santiago 46 -- Reggie Smith scored 17 points to lead Norco to a Mountain View League victory.  NORCO (59) -- Bond 5, Cuadra 2, Erickson 3, Smith 17, Olney 2, Reyes 9, Burghgraef 7, Valenzuela 14. SANTIAGO (46) -- Simpson 4, May 1, J. Griffin 23, Coleman 5, LeDuc 2, Cliett 2, Black 7, Boitor 2.   Halftime score -- Norco 28-20. Three-point goals -- Griffin 5, Coleman, Bond, Erickson, Smith 3, Reyes. Total fouls -- Norco 14, Santiago 21. Fouled out -- Cliett, Burghgraef.  Records: Santiago 2-4, 9-14. Norco 3-3.

Jurupa Valley 79, Corona 62 --  Jurupa Valley rallied in the fourth quarter to take the game. JURUPA VALLEY (79) -- Lozano 16, Frias 23, West 13, Brito 7, Barber 16, Ayala 2, Austin 2.  CORONA (62) -- Morrow 12, Smith 3, Wolfe 5, Dias 17, Gonzalez 19, Huyn 4, Roode 2.  Halftime score -- Corona 34-33. Three-point goals -- Frias 6, West 3, Morrow, Smith, Dias, Gonzalez. Total fouls -- Jurupa Valley 12, Corona 17. Fouled out -- Dias. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Corona 1-5, 6-16. Jurupa Valley 3-3.

Sunkist League

Ramona 89,  Riverside MLK 69 -- KING (69) -- Lea 28, Doss 6, Aragbye 2, J.Ellis 4, M.Ellis 6, Rosborough 16, Hilt 2, Goodmen 5. RAMONA (89) -- Henry 9, Alex 22, Carr 26, Downey 13, Lewis 13, Fletcher 6. Halftime score -- Ramona 37-35. Three-point goals -- Lea, Rosborough 4, Goodmen, Carr, Downey, Lewis, Fletcher 2. Total fouls -- King 17, Ramona 13. Fouled out -- Thomas. Technical fouls -- Lewis. Records: Riverside Ramona 5-1 in Sunkist League, 14-9 overall. King 4-2, 15-6.

Westside League

West LA Baptist 75, Milken 73 --details not available.

Santa Clarita Christian 78, West Valley Christian 61--  Trailing 17-12 at the end of the first half, Santa Clarita (4-3, 9-6) outscored its opponent for the next three quarters and prevented the Falcons’ offense from getting back into the game.   Hitting only three shots from the floor in the opening half, the Cardinals cracked the West Valley defensive code after halftime, hitting 38 percent of its shots en route to the win. Junior forward Andrew Gilmore was the force behind the Santa Clarita offensive explosion, scoring 15 points in the second half to end up with a prep career-high of 26 points on the night. Joining him on the scoreboard was teammate Daniel Duncan who netted 17 points.   Falcons point guard Daryush Jahan-Bigloo scored a game-high 26 points while grabbing five rebounds and seven steals. Taking the early lead, West Valley came out of the gates at full throttle behind a strong shooting effort by Jahan-Bigloo and Curtis George. Foul trouble, however, quickly slowed down the Falcons’ attack and allowed the Cardinals to get back into the game from the free throw line. Trailing after the first quarter, Santa Clarita kept closing in on its league rival. A three-pointer by Gilmore then gave the Cardinals its first lead of the game with 4:49 remaining in the first half. The lead would be short-lived, however, as West Valley would tie the score at 30 going into halftime. Coming into the final half, Santa Clarita looked revitalized hitting shots from all around and dominating the rebounding effort. Micah Panama’s 11-point effort combined with teammate Caleb Sulham’s 10 points and six rebounds helped Santa Clarita open up the scoring. West Valley also had problems staying out of foul trouble, with two players fouling out of the game before the end. Working up to a 73-53 lead with three minutes left in the game, the Cardinals coasted to the win.

Non-League Games--Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001

Linfield 69, Baptist Christian Hemet 28   --Temecula Linfield's defense took control of the second and third quarters, allowing Hemet Baptist Christian only six points.LINFIELD (69) -- Ma. Duarte 16, Koenig 3, Smith 2, Graham 22, Beckman 0, Mi. Duarte 2, Lofranco 6, Altmose 2, Larson 16. BAPTIST CHRISTIAN (28) -- Burger 0, Gurtt 1, Lappinga 6, Acton 8, Palmer 2, Eatson 5, Odna 4, Anotch 2. Halftime score -- 39-16. Three-point goals -- none. Total fouls -- Linfield 20, Baptist Christian 23. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.  Records: Linfield 6-11.

Rio Hondo Prep 60, Masada 51--Devon Drain scored seven of his team-high 17 points in the closing quarter, when the Kares went on a 27-11 scoring run to earn the come-from-behind victory.  Ryan Prest (16 points), Jason Dinius (15) and Paul Hampton (10) also scored in double figured for Rio Hondo Prep (6-12 overall).

Stoneridge Prep 60, Glendale Adventist 56--details not availble.

Viewpoint 50, AGBU 40--John Murray (18 points), Ken Roy (12 points) and Matt Mosko (11 points) led the Patriots of Calabasas (2-12) to the nonleague victory over visiting Armenian General Benevolent of Canoga Park.   Patrick Tamrazian and Garen Tegelecian scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, for Armenian General

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