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Game Scores and Details From
Saturday 1/27/01--(Jan. 28, 2001)

Other than the Nike Extravaganza games played at the Pyramid yesterday, there were just a handful of other league and non-league games played around SoCal, simply because most teams were also in action on Friday night as well. Quite a few of the teams who played on Saturday also played back-to-back games on Saturday with less than 24 hours, and for many the next two weeks will be crucial in determining things like league titles, and for some, the right to continue their seasons on through to the playoffs.  Here's what happened (other than the Nike Extravaganza games, which are in their own Daily Articles).  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.

Southern Section League Games--Saturday, January 27, 2001

Alpha League

Village Christian 58, Paraclete 47-- Village Christian improved to 6-15, 1-4 in league with the win.  Jacob Briggs scored 21 and Darryl Ellis 20 for VC.  Paraclete was led by Josh Hilley with 13 and Drew Gill with 14.  Paraclete dropped to 412 overall,  1-4 in league.

Delphic League

Campbell Hall 69, Brentwood 66--Campbell Hall got 30 points and 6 rebounds from Robert Locke, while Derrick Williams scored 25 and 11 rebounds, as Campbell Hall picked up ist's second consecutive win in the quest for a playoff berth.  The Vikings jumped out t an 18-8 first quarter lead and while Brentwood regained lost ground, outscoring CH 21-12 in the third quarter, it wasn't enough.  Brentwood was ked by Kussman with 20.

Desert Mountain League

Lone Pine 81, Silver Valley 69--details not available.

Liberty League

Buckley 80, Avalon 39--Buckley, ranked No. 6 by Cal Hi Sports in the D-V State rankings, and No. 3 in CIF Southern Section won the second game of the Avalon series on Saturday, to improve to 17-1, 8-0 in league.  The Griffins held Avalon scoreless in the third quarter until the final 20 seconds, outscoring the Lancers 26-2. Buckley--16 25 26 13--80 Avalon --11 12 2 14--39 Buckley scoring: David Gale 11, 7 assists and 6 steals, 3 rebounds; Alex Clancy 20, 3 assists, 3 steals, Colin Ward-Henninger 17, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, Royal Weaver 4, 6 steals, 4 rebounds; Steve Broukhim 11, 2 assists, 4 rebounds, 1 steal; Nick Brar DNP (flu); Brian Lalazerian 0, Ben Keywanfahr 0, Matt Wolf 10, 1 rebound, 2 steals; Murali Sivalingam 4, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 2 blocks, Tristan Seisa DNP (flu); Alberto Snaidero 3, 3 rebounds, 1 steal; Jake Scannell DNP (flu)--80. Avalon scoring: Shawn Hall 27; Richard Alegria 0; Joe Hernandez 2; Nick Walker 0, Colby Cushing 0, Stephen Yan 0, Abe Rodriguez 0, Kevin Harrell 10; Phil Lopez 0, Juan Carlos Martin 0--39;  Three pointers--Buckley 5 (Gale 1, Clancy 2, Wolf 2); Avalon 2 (Hall 2). Fouled out: none; Technicals: Hernandez (Avalon).  Buckley will play Providence on Tuesday at Buckley, and then meets Oakwood on Wednesday at Buckley.

Providence 74, Windward 53--Playing without Drek Jones, Jeff Quebral led gthe Pioneers with 17 oints, and Fred Escobedo had 15, while Eric Baca scored 11 to lead Providence (12-6, 8-1) to the league win.  Other scorers for Providence were Whitman 6, Messrelian 3, Carbajal 1, Curry 6, Javier 4, Breckenridge-Jackson 4.  Windward was led by Sarbaz with 19, Foley 9, Jackson 5, Forney 6,  Hagooli 7, Wapnick 3 and Emerson 4.  Windward was outscored 17-7 in the first quarter and 28-13 in the fourth.:  Wind--7   18  17   13--53;  Providence--17  15  14  28--74.  Providence plays Buckley on Tuesday at Buckley in a showdown for first place in league.

Los Padres League

Santa Ynez 54, Atascadero 48--details not available.

Mission League

Harvard-Westlake 60, Loyola 59 (OT)--Craig Weinstein's layup with five seconds left in overtime gave Harvard-Westlake High a 60-59 victory over first-place Loyola in a Mission League game Saturday night at Harvard-Westlake.  Weinstein, a junior guard, scored seven of his 13 points in overtime. He also had 11 rebounds and 10 assists for the Wolverines (9-12, 3-5), who overcame a 20-7 first-quarter deficit.  Bryan Coffey had 10 points and nine rebounds for Harvard-Westlake.  Omar Wilkes had 20 points for Loyola (15-4, 7-2).    Other scoring.  Loyola--Josh Flynn Brown 12, Chris Rucker 10, Matt Simmons 1, Blagia 6, Matt Llewellyn 10.  H-W--Scott 6, Weinstein 13, 11 rebouns, 10 assists, Firestone 3, Taylor 7, Weinberger 6, Matthies 7, Chung 3, Wizenberg 5, Bryan Coffey 10, 9 rebounds. 

Non-League Games--Saturday, January 27, 2001

Calvary Chapel 77, Calvary Chapel (Downey) 69--Tony Olivas scored a season-high 27 points with three three-pointers and Bryan Filkey added 24 to lead the Eagles over the host Grizzlies. Canaan Owens finished with 15 points for the Eagles (15-5). Jonathan James led the Grizzlies with 20 points and Tim Drisdom added 19.   Calvary Chapel dropped to 18-5 with the loss.  CC/SA: Beaver 2, Owens 15, Barney 3, Dressendorfer 2, T. Olivas 27, Filkey 24, Pawasarat 4.  CC/Dow: Grider 6, Shuler 9, Henderson 8, Drisdom 19, James 20, Black 4, Grace 3.   CC/SA: 28   17  13  19--77;  CC/Dow--19  20  15  15--69.   Threepoint goads; CC/SA 4 (Olivas 3, Owens 1);  CC/Dow: 5 (Dridsom 2, Shulder 1, James 1, Grace 1). Fouled out: James. Technicals: Henderson, Black. 

Orange Lutheran 63, Tustin 58--Darrell Jenkins scored 21 points with five assists and three three-pointers and Marc Troyer added 19 points with one three-pointer to lead the Lancers over the host Tillers. Duane Nix led the Tillars with 18 points and Kyler Hall had 15.

Crossroads 58, Chadwick 49--Crossroads used a fourth-quarter spurt to pull away from Chadwick and post a 58-49 victory over the Dolphins in a nonleague game at Crossroads. Chadwick (12-7) trailed by just two points entering the fourth quarter, but Crossroads seized control with a 16-9 run for the victory. Crossroads overcame a 27-point performance from Mike Reich and 16 points from Peter McCaslin.

Loma Linda Academy 78, San Gabriel Academy 69-- San Gabriel improved to 13-4 withthe win behind Jason Killebrew's 17 points and Chris Ostos's 13.  Loma Linda was led by Ryan Prior with 16 and Ryan Blackertoy with 12 and Mat Campbell's 12.

Santa Maria Valley Christian 64, Villanova Prep 52-- Villanova (52) — Fore 24, Namikas 12, Bullen 5, Roach 2, Gibson 7. Valley Christian (64) — Mason 7, Lynwoood 29, Christofoson 18, Catlon 4, Pachecko 5, White 1. Vill--12   11  18  11--52;  VCA--19  13  13  19--64;    3-Point goals — Villanova 3 (Fore 1, Namikas 1, Gibson 1), Valley Christian 9 (Lynwood 2, Christofoson 6, Carlon 1). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Villanova 39 (Fore 13, Namikas 10). Assists — Villanova 10 (Namikas 4). Total fouls — Villanova 16, Valley 19

Oaks Christian 68, Thacher 46-- Thacher (46) — Butts 13, Ma 8, Sullivan 16, Madigan 1, Thornes 8. Oaks Christian (68) — Cordell 2, J. Adams 3, Cline 9, Bryan 6, C. Adams 22, S. Adams 26.  Thacher--11  11   13  11--46;  Oaks Christian 15  21  18  14--68;   3-Point goals — Thacher (Sullivan 3, Thorns 1). Oaks Christian (Cline, Bryan, S. Adams). Fouled out — Cline. Total fouls — Thacher 21, Oaks Christian 13. Record — Oaks Christian 12-5.

Santa Clarita Christian 55, New Roads 47--details not available.

Valley Torah 52, Hilcrest christian 50--details not available.

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