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Game Scores and Details From
Tuesday 1/30/01--(Jan. 31, 2001)

Just a few more games played on Tuesday than on Monday night; most of the CIF Southern Section and City is in action today (Wednesday), but since we've finally managed to catch up from our backlog, here's what happened last night.  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 League Games--Tuesday January 30, 2001

Magnet League

Bravo 70, USC Mast 67--details not available.

Southern Section League Games--Tuesday January 30, 2001

Academy League

Calvary Chapel Downey 75, St. Margaret's 62-- CC Downey was led by Tim Drisdom with 26 points, Jon James had 14 as the Grizzlies won their 48th straight league game and clinched their fourth straight league title against St. Margaret's (11-10, 3-2)

Agape League

Antelope Valley Christian 61, Victor Valley Christian 45-- AVC was led by Jamal Flanagan with 29, John Cho with 17 and Okonna with 7.  AVC improved to 15-6, 7-0 in league, while Victor Valley droped to 8-10, 1-6.   Travis Berg had 16 and Aja Aganwachuku had 18 for VVC.

Almont League

Alhambra 43, Montebello 38-- A fourth quarter rally could not offset a slow start for Montebello in a Tuesday night game between the Almont League's top two teams. The Oilers scored half of their points in the fourth quarter, but could not overcome a 10-point first half in the 43-38 loss to Alhambra. Montebello (11-12, 5-2) scored just two baskets from the field in the first half, failing to hit the rim on one-third of its shots. The Oilers shot 10.5 percent in the opening two periods. The Moors (17-6, 5-2) did not fare much better early in the game. Alhambra turned the ball over twice in its first four possessions before gaining a 6-3 lead on a series of high-percentage baskets. But following a 6-6 tie on a 3-point basket by Oiler guard Felix Angulo, Marcus Harris single-handedly pulled the Moors ahead, rolling a rebound off his fingertips for a second-chance basket and nailing a 3-pointer to give Alhambra a five point lead with 5:25 to play in the half. The Oilers staged a rally in the fourth quarter on a streak of perimeter baskets by Jason Ludwig who finished with 13 points and Christian Sanez who had 8. Erich Chung led the Moors in scoring with 11 points and three 3-point baskets.

Schurr 53, Mark Keppel 41--details not available.

San Gabriel 65, Bell Gardens 62--Bell Gardens dropped to 10-13, 3-4 in league with the loss, while San Gabriel (13-10, 4-3) was led by JR Canizal, Eric Avila  and Tuan Tien with 16 each.

Alpha League

Kilpatrick 79, L.A. Baptist 72--Keilon Fortune scored 44 points for the Mustangs (19-1, 5-0) in an Alpha League victory at L.A. Baptist. Andrew Petersen had 26 points and Brian Sanders added 22 for L.A. Baptist (13-6, 2-4).

Arrowhead League

Sherman Indian 93, CSDR 57-- Riverside Sherman Indian led 35-13 after the first quarter and continued to outscore CSDR every quarter of an Arrowhead League game. CSDR (57) -- Smith 7, Scott 7, Guzman 4, Alberre 0, Bayarsky 18, Amaro 15, Morales 6.  SHERMAN (93) -- Key 4, Hubbard 27, Nez 24, Martinez 0, Perez 13, Roundstone 2, Ivins 9, Sekayumptewa 3, Flores 11. Halftime score -- Sherman 56-30. Three-point goals -- Nez 5, Hubbard 3, Bayarsky, Ivins, Sekayumptewa, Flores. Total fouls -- CSDR 15, Sherman 17. Fouled out -- none. Records: Sherman 5-1, 9-7. CSDR 2-7, 5-13.

Century League

Foothill 83, Santa Ana 49--Foothill senior Chad Bigler scored a school-record 52 points as the Knights defeated Santa Ana Valley, 83-49, in a Century League boys basketball game Tuesday night at Foothill High. Bigler, second in the county in scoring with a 25.1-point scoring average, hit 20 of 29 field goals, including four three-pointers, to outscore the Falcons (11-13, 3-4) himself and to bring Foothill (11-12, 3-4) into a third-place tie in the league. The previous school record for points in a game was held by Rich Thomas, who scored 51 points in 1982. Brandt Biggs added 12 points and Brett Bigler had seven points with 10 assists for the Knights.  

Villa Park 83, Orange 26--Brice Prather scored a game-high 16 points to lead the seventh-ranked Spartans (18-5, 7-0) to victory against the host Panthers (1-21, 0-7). 

Christian League

Ontario Christian 56, Calvary Chapel Murrieta 45--Matt Hoekstra scored 16 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and David Landry added 16 points to lead Ontario Christian (16-5, 5-2).  Hoekstra scored six points in the third quarter to help spark a run. Ryan Evans scored a game-high 20 points for Calvary Chapel.   ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (56) Landry 16, M. Hoekstra 16, Gibson 10, T. Hoekstra 9, Nanninga 2, Kleinjan 2, Travis 1. MURRIETA CALVARY CHAPEL (45) Evans 20, Wilkerson 17, Denny 4, Privett 2, Angell 2. Ontario Christian 12 12 14 18 -- 56 M. Calvary Chapel 11 14 3 17 -- 45 Total fouls: OC 13, MCC 14. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none. Halftime score -- Murietta Calvary Chapel 25-24. Three-point goals -- Evans 3, Wilkerson, Denny, Landry 4. Total fouls -- Ontario Christian 12, Murietta Calvary Chapel 14. Fouled out -- none. Records: Ontario Christian 7-2 in league, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 0-9, 6-15.

Western Christian 61,  Woodcrest Christian 45-- Shawn Lokar recorded his second consecutive triple double 13pts 13reb,10assists   (the previous game against Arrowhead Christian he had 15pts 13 reb and 14 assists). Ethan Chin also had 13 points in the win over Woodcrest. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (45) -- Wells 5, Carpenter 8, Koning 2, Musich 7, Reyes 6, Daniel 6, Pool 11.  WESTERN CHRISTIAN (61) -- S. Chin 5, E. Chin 13, Rodriguez 4, Meister 20, Lokar 13, B. Allison 2, A. Allison 4. Halftime score -- Wesatern Christian 30-28. Three-point goals -- Wells, Musich, Reyes 2, S. Chin, E. Chin 3. Total fouls -- Woodcrest Christian 16, Western Christian 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Woodcrest Christian 11-8, 3-5,   Western Christian 16-3, 8-1.

Arrowhead Christian 76,  Loma Linda Academy 68 --Loma Linda Academy trailed by as many as 17 in the second quarter before pulling to within two points with two minutes remaining before Redlands Arrowhead Christian pulled away in a Christian League game. Arrowhead Christian's Adam Dohner scored 30 points on 13 of 33 shooting. Loma Linda Academy's Ryan Prior had 25 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals. ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (76) -- Dohner 30, N. Goltry 17, Breckley 9, Britt 4, Vecerra 11, Cloud 3, J. Goltry 2.  LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (68) -- Prior 25, Valdez 5, Campbell 4, Rivinius 6, Blackerby 7, Stottlemyer 8, B. Aprecio 13. Halftime score -- Arrowhead Christian 36-29. Three-point goals -- Dohner, Vecerra 2, Prior, B. Aprecio. Total fouls -- Arrowhead Christian 25; Loma Linda Academy 16. Fouled out -- Breckley, J. Goltry, Rivinius. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Loma Linda Academy 3-6, 9-9. Arrowhead Christian 7-1.

Citrus Belt League

Redlands 66, Rialto 54----details not available

Coastal Life League

Shalhevet 48, New roads 35--details not available

Delphic League

Campbell Hall 60, Whitney 40-- Campbell Hall was led by Robert Locke and Derrick Williams with 17 each.   Campbell Hall improved to 9-9 overall, 4-3 in league.  Whitney is 0-7 in league.

Pacific Hills 64, Brentwood 44--details not available.

Crossroads 57, Montclair Prep 28--Montclair Prep dropped to 3-4 in league play with the loss to the No. 1 ranked team in Division 4A.  Crossroads was led by Joe Abrahams with 14, Jordan Rush with 12, and Arizona signee Isaiah Fox was limited to just 4 points.  Montclair prep had no player score more than 10:  Kaufman 3, Daniels 6, Anderle 6, Davis 4, Hartunian 4, Lewis 1, TGrump 2, Johnson 2.  Crossroads: Locke 9, Abrhams 14, Fox 4, ?Richards 8, Brown 4, Rush 12, Forman 6.

Desert Mountain League

Silver Valley 94, Boron 56--details not available

Lone Pine 57, Lucerne Valley 44--details not available

Desert Sky League

Ridgecrest Burroughs 53, Silverado 35--details not available

Foothill League

Saugus 68, Burbank 54--Justin Muszalski had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Centurions in a Foothill League victory at Saugus. Marc Holmquist made four of six three-pointers and finished with 15 points for Saugus (15-7, 6-1), which made nine of 15 three-point shots.

Burroughs 82, Valencia 74--The Indians scored all 10 of their points in overtime on free throws in a Foothill League victory at Valencia. Keith Jarbo scored 23 points and Matt Torres had 22 for Burroughs (8-13, 3-4), which made 10 of 11 free throws in overtime and 19 of 23 in the game. Alex Dunwoody scored 29 points for Valencia (13-9, 4-3) and made a school-record seven of eight three-point shots, 10 of 12 overall.

Canyon 71, Hart 58--Canyon improved to 6-1 in league with the win.  Hart is 1-6 in league, 10-13 overall.   Matt Nelson of Hart had 23 points, cna Chad Eichten had 11, as did Davidson and MacNeil, while Brian Waite had 10.   Hart was led by Paul Hanges with 19.

Frontier League

Santa Clara 70, Nordhoff 59--Albert Soria and Alex Minney had 16 points each as visiting Santa Clara (11-10, 5-1) broke a first-place tie with Nordhoff (12-8, 4-2).Santa Clara outscored Nordhoff 23-13 in the third quarter. Eric Bensley had 19 points and nine rebounds for Nordhoff. Matt Murphy added 14 points. Santa Clara (70) — Davis 8, Santana 9, Soria 16, Linly 2, Minney 16, LaJoie 8, Ramirez 11. Nordhoff (59) — Bensley 19, Murphy 14, Parziale 11, Swift 2, Thomas 2, Morrison 2  Santa Clara--17  11  23   19--70;  Nordhoff--11  11  13  24--59;  3-Point goals — Santa Clara (Davis 2, Santana, Soria 2, Minney). Nordhoff (Thomas, Murphy). Fouled out — Minney. Rebounds — Nordhoff (Bensley 9). Assists — Nordhoff (Thomas 3). Total fouls — Santa Clara 19, Nordhoff 18. Records — Santa Clara 11-10, 5-1, Nordhoff 12-8 4-2.

Santa Paula 72, Malibu 56--Luis Rico and Ryan Frutos had 14 and 12 points, respectively, for visiting Santa Paula (12-10, 3-2). Santa Paula outscored Malibu 24-9 in the first quarter. Bennie Townsend led Malibu with 24 points. Santa Paula (72) — Lopez 8, Frutos 12, A. Rico 4, Mata 2, M. Perez 2, L. Rico 14, N. Perez 7, Mendez 5, Bustos 5, Barrios 4, Macias 8, Montiel 1. Malibu (56) — Townsend 24, Garner 7, Rappaport 5, Clarke 2, Woodring 6, McLean 3, Friedkin 3, Briggs 2, Smith 4.  Santa Paula--24  17  10  21--72;  Malibu--9   19  10  18--56;   3-Point goals — Santa Paula (Frutos 2, L. Rico 4, N. Perez, Bustos, Macias 2). Malibu (Townsend 4, King 1, Friedkin 1). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Santa Paula (Bustos 10). Assists — Santa Paula (Mata 6). Total fouls — Santa Paula 15, Malibu 9. Record — Santa Paula 12-10, 3-2.

Golden League

Littlerock 68, Highland 55--Sophomore Tim Anderson had 18 points and the Lobos (7-16, 1-6) forced 22 turnovers in a Golden League victory at Littlerock.  It may be too late for a shot at a playoff berth, but the Lobos turned the corner Tuesday with the win over the Bulldogs, dropping Highland into third place, a full game behind Quartz Hill.  The Lobos took a 30-25 lead into halftime, and scored at least 15 points in every quarter Tuesday night. Mike Creel and Darryl Edwards both scored 13-points each and each also collected seven rebounds.  Gabe Stevenson and Idell Dawson both led Highland with 15 points.

Heritage League

Grace Brethren 69, Pilgrim 47--Dan Beaty had 10 points and 11 rebounds for visiting Grace Brethren (6-13, 4-3). Eric Durso and Josh Mathieu had 14 points and seven steals. Durso, who had a school-record seven 3-point field goals last Saturday, added two more.

Ivy League

Arlington 57, Canyon Springs 56 -- Riverside Arlington's Rafael Simon stole the ball with six seconds to go and was fouled in the Ivy League game. Simon then sunk one of two free throws and Moreno Valley Canyon Springs could not get a shot off in the last four seconds. Simon had 18 points, eight rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocks.  CANYON SPRINGS (56) -- Braxton 23, James 1, Woods 12, Arnwide 6, Gains 6, Adams 2, Smith 6.  ARLINGTON (57) -- Simon 18, Heru 3, Holguin 9, Aguirre 8, Christie 8, Glover 1, Willman 2, McAllister 8. Halftime score -- Arlington 34-28. Three-point goals -- Simon 3, Holguin 3, McAllister 2, Aguirre 2, Woods 2, Braxton, Heru. Total fouls -- Canyon Springs 11, Arlington 14. Fouled out -- none.   Records: Arlington 3-4, 16-8. Canyon Springs 5-2 in league.

Riverside Poly 49, JW North 47--Senior guard Ronnie Tyson hit a 10-foot jumper with four seconds left to give Riverside Poly an Ivy League victory over Riverside North. Tyson had stolen the ball from Kenny Mgbeke seconds before near midcourt.  RIVERSIDE POLY (49) -- Wood 18, Dunaj 11, Lopez 6, Salazar 5, Sykes 2, Tyson 7. NORTH (47) -- Wynn 13, Aubert 2, Martinez 2, Stewart 0, Walter 1, Washington 21, Dotson 2, Mgbeke 2. Halftime score -- North 19-18. Three-point goals -- Wood, Salazar, Wynn, Washington. Fouled out -- none. Records: Riverside Poly 3-4, 13-9. North 5-2, 11-11.

Moreno Valley 67, Valley View 64 -- Ryan Howard scored 17 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter to help Moreno Valley defeat Moreno Valley View in an Ivy League game. The Eagles responded from a 10-0 defecit by outscoring the Vikings 30-13 heading into halftime. MORENO VALLEY (67) -- Howard 39, Norwood 8, Connley 2, Brown 9, Ashley 4, Bailey 4, Dillon 1.  VALLEY VIEW (64) -- Cacho 15, Thompson 1, Duffy 14, Somerville 8, Bradley 14, Dill 12. Halftime score -- Valley View 30-23. Three-point goals -- Howard 7, Cacho 3, Dill. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 22, Valley View 19. Fouled out -- Thompson, Dill.  Records: Moreno Valley 4-3, 11-13. Valley View 1-6, 9-14.

Liberty League

Providence 55, Buckley 50-- Two league rivals, the Providence Pioneers (13-6, 9-1), the No. 8 ranked team in CIF Division IV-A, and the No. 2 ranked Buckley Griffins (17-2, 8-1), met in the first of two league matchups last night, and Providence pulled out the win, to take a 1/2 game lead in the league title race.   Derek Jones made nine of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter and the Pioneers defense was the difference in the final minutes Jones finished with 25 points, 18 rebounds and five blocked shots. He had 15 points in the fourth quarter. For Buckley, Royal Weaver scored 17 points and Colin Ward-Henninger added 14, which took a 48-42 lead on Weaver's jumper but scored only two points the rest of the way. Buckley's defense was the first-half story, holding Providence to only 15 points, but the Griffins made only 13 of 43 shots (30.2%) in the second half. Jones, on the other hand, made five of eight shots in the same time frame. And he hit his free throws.  In contrast, the Griffins, ranked No. 2 in the most recent CIF poll in a tie with Calvary Chapel Downey (which also lost this past weekend to a Division IV-A opponent, Calvary Chapel Santa Ana), shot only 3-11 from the line, in contrast to Providence hitting 19-22 from the charity stripe. The two teams will meet again Monday at Providence.

Metro League

Riverside Christian 42, Calvary Chapel Redlands 27--Riverside Christian held Redlands Calvary Chapel's Chris Holz to almost 20 points under his average to win a Metro League game RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (42) -- Ayres 2, Williams 1, Vargas 4, Bowles 9, Manning 12, Chiado 6, DeCarlo 8. REDLANDS CALVARY CHAPEL (27) -- Martinez 12, Trementozzi 5, Holz 4, Cowen 6, Lawson 0. Halftime score -- Riverside Christian 21-15. Three-point goals -- DeCarlo, Martinez, Trementozzi. Total fouls -- Riverside Christian 7, Calvery Chapel 15. Fouled out -- Cowen.  Records: RC 4-4, 4-7. RCC 4-4 in league.

Cal Luthern 68, Christian Center Academy 27 --Phil Neujahr posted a triple-double -- 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals -- as Wildomar Cal Lutheran defeated Colton Christian Center to remain undefeated in Metro League play. Cal Lutheran outscored Christian Center 23-6 run in the first quarter and never looked back. Jesse Wenzel added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the C-Hawks.  CAL LUTHERAN (68) -- Johnson 14, Wenzel 12, P. Neujahr 11, Bahn 6, Baker 4, Lyon 6, Lemmerman 4, Monaco 3, McDunn 2, Terrian 2, Miller 2, E.Neujahr 2. CHRISTIAN CENTER (27) -- Valdez 12, Ramirez 6, Mejia 5, Lizarde 2, Gutierrez 2.  Halftime score -- Cal Lutheran 31-14. Three-point goals -- Monaco, P.Neujahr, Mejia. Total fouls -- Cal Lutheran 14, Christian Center 14. Fouled out -- none.   Records: Cal Lutheran 7-0, 10-5. Christian Center 1-8 in league.

Mountain View League

Corona Centennial 100, Jurupa Valley 37 -- Centennial had a 32-5 first-quarter run and continued to put on the pressure offensively. Jurupa played without its leading scorer, Kevin Barber, who rolled his ankle in practice Monday.  CENTENNIAL (100) -- L.Soderberg 20, Sybesma 15, Reese 10, J.Williams 14, Gonzalez 14, Alexander 4, Peppers 5, Brisman 5, B.Williams 4, E.Soderberg 4, B.Soderberg 2.  JURUPA VALLEY (37) -- Lozano 15, Frias 10, West 5, Brito 3, Leslie 3, Austin 1. Halftime score -- Centennial 53-16. Three-point goals -- Frias 2, West, Brito, Peppers, Sybesma. Total fouls -- Centennial 13, Jurupa Valley 7. Fouled out -- none. Records: Centennial 7-0 in league. Jurupa Valley 3-4 in league.

Corona 53, Santiago 51 -- With two seconds remaining in the game, Daniel Gonzalez hit two free throws to help Corona defeat Corona Santiago in a Mountain View League game.  SANTIAGO (51) -- May 2, Griffin 18, Coleman 13, Ludck 4, Johnson 3, Cliett 9, Black 2.  CORONA (53) -- Morrow 3, Smith 5, Garcia 6, Wolf 3, Hyun 5, Diaz 14, Gonzalez 17. Halftime score -- Corona 26-23. Three-point goals -- Griffin 3, Coleman, Smith, Garcia, Diaz. Total fouls -- Santiago 18, Corona 13. Fouled out -- Cliett. Records: Santiago 2-5 in league. Corona 2-5, 7-17.

La Sierra 71, Norco 60 -- With the game tied at the half, La Sierra pulled away in the third quarter behind Reggie Smith, who scored 13 of his 16 points then. Smith also had eight rebounds. Jeff Midgett's dunk on the last play of the game capped the victory. NORCO (60) -- Cuadra 1, R.Smith 16, Reyes 7, Burghgreaf 8, Valencuela 9, Ogmykou 4, Block 4, Erickson 2, Bond 9.  LA SIERRA (71) -- Cryder 11, M.Smith 29, Rincon 10, Midgett 16, Reese 5. Halftime score -- 27-27. Three-point goals -- Cryder 3, Rincon, Reese, R. Smith, Reyes. Total fouls -- Norco 16, La Sierra 18. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Bond 2. Records: La Sierra is 4-3 in league, 12-10 overall.

Mt. Baldy League

Ontario 69, Alta Loma 43--Marlon Mitchell scored 25 points, including 17 of 18 free throw attempts, and recorded nine steals to lead visiting Ontario to a 69-43 Mt. Baldy League win over Alta Loma on Tuesday. The Braves (2-4 in league) only trailed 29-20 at halftime, but lost control of the game in the second half. Mitchell scored 13 points in the third quarter to put the game away for the Jaguars (16-5, 6-0), who will host Rancho Cucamonga tonight at 6:30. David Stepney scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Ontario.Mitchell also had nine steals and four rebounds and David Dunn scored 10 points and eight rebounds for Ontario.ONTARIO (69) Rasheed 8, Mack 3, Munoz 9, Stepney 12, Mitchell 25, Alhadeff 2, Dunn 10. ALTA LOMA (43) Denison 2, Patterson 3, Cotton 1, Staley 4, Yaisrael 4, Luna 2, Moore 6, Evans 6, Cade 6, Haynes 7, Knute 2. Ontario 16 13 17 23 -- 69
Alta Loma 8 12 9 14 -- 43 Total fouls: O 21, AL 26. Fouled out: Rasheed (AL). Technical fouls: bench (AL).

Etiwanda 71, Rancho Cucamonga 61--Jon Boyd scored 25 points, helping the Eagles hold off the Cougars in Mount Baldy League action. Nate Dowd had 15 points, Chris Simpson 11,  and Danny Driggs 10.  Etiwanda (12-9, 5-1) built a 15-point halftime lead and pulled away late in the third quarter after Rancho had drawn within five points. Steve Watts scored 18 points and Justian Hamilton added 10 for the Cougars.  The Cougars fall to 7-15 overall and 1-5 in league. ETIWANDA (71) Driggs 10, J. Dowd 2, Houtz 2, Simpson 11, Johnson 6, Boyd 25, N. Dowd 15. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (61) Gilcrest 6, Hamilton 10, Stienmetz 2, Aylor 8, Brown 9, Powell 8, Watts 18. Etiwanda 17 27 4 23 -- 71 Rancho Cucamonga 16 13 14 18 -- 61  Total fouls: E 12, RC 19. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Williams (RC).

Chaffey 90, Montclair 61-- Cheddell Hunte led the way with 23 points, guiding the Tigers past the Cavaliers in Mount Baldy League play.  Daryl Sconiers added 15 points and 10 rebounds, recording his seventh double-double of the season, while Mikey Miranda finished with 14 points, four steals and four assists. Milton Stanley hit five three-pointers to finish with 15 points for Montclair. The Tigers improve to 10-10, 4-2. Montclair falls to 0-6 in league. CHAFFEY (90) McGee 11, Walker 5, Avina 10, Miranda 14, Cardenas 8, Hunt 23, Sconiers 15, Tamayo 2, Stubbs 2. MONTCLAIR (61) Walk 8, Stanley 15, Fields 4, Shaw 5, Juan Fregoso, Robbins 9, John Fregoso 3, Abraham 9. Chaffey 24 18 28 20 -- 90 Montclair 15 15 24 7 -- 61 Total fouls: C 18, M 23. Fouled out: Fields (M). Technical fouls: Murphy (M).

Olympic League

Valley Christian 68, Orange Lutheran 59 (OT)--Will Crammer and Matt Lovinger scored 17 points each to lead the host Crusaders (14-9, 5-2) to victory and a half-game of the Lancers (10-10, 6-1) for first place in the league. Marc Troyer had 17 points with 13 rebounds and Darrell Jenkins had 13 points to lead Orange Lutheran. The Lancers rallied from a 16-point deficit at halftime to tie the score before falling in overtime.

Calvary Chapel 64, Brethren Christian 27--Isaiah Barney scored a game-high 11 points to lead the host Eagles (16-5, 6-1) to victory and a tie for first in the league standings. Joey Jones and Bryan Filkey added 10 points each as Calvary Chapel took a 14-point lead at halftime.

Maranatha 54, Whittier Christian 47--Senior David Newkirk accounted for two-thirds of his team's points as the visiting Minutemen moved within one victory of a playoff spot with a key road victory.  Newkirk finished with 36 points on 12-of-20 shooting from the field and 8-of-10 shooting from the free-throw line.  Bret Johnson scored 17 points to lead Whittier Christian, which dropped to 1-20 overall and 0-7 in league.

Pacific League

Crescenta Valley 74, Glendale 65--Harven Pari scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead CV to a 74-65 Pacific League victory against visiting Glendale. The Falcons improved to 18-5, 6-1 in league. Replacing starter Brian Kang late in the first quarter, Pari scored eight second-quarter points to give the Falcons a 30-22 lead.  He forced Glendale (9-14, 1-6 in league) to alter its shots in the second quarter. Pari also recorded five offensive rebounds. Glendale, playing the remainder of the season without starting guard Tadeh Abed, who fractured his left ankle in a league game Friday against Arcadia, was plagued by foul trouble.  Nitro starters Riley Van Patten and James Thomas each fouled out in the second half. The Falcons made 16 of their 30 free-throw attempts. Glendale failed to shoot a free throw Tuesday.  Glendale 7 15 20 23 -- 65  CV 11 19 21 23 -- 74 GLENDALE -- Calton 9, Nicholas 3, Guerrero 14, Van Patten 14, Karibyan 13, Thomas 2, Hall 10.   Three-pointers: Karibyan 3, Calton 3, Nicholas. CV -- Goffredo 19, Tarne 15, Kang 2, Kula 2, Jenkins 21, Pari 15.  Three-pointers: Tarne 3, Goffredo.

Pasadena 57, Hoover 49 (OT)--Bulldogs senior Johnny Eubanks scored eight of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to force overtime, during which Pasadena outscored Hoover, 13-5. The 6-foot-3 guard also had five steals.

San Andreas League

Colton 61, Yucaipa 50 --Kevin Pinkney had a game-high 20 points and 15 rebounds and added four steals and five blocks to help Colton defeat Yucaipa in a San Andreas League game.  COLTON (61) -- Axel 1, Sorensen 2, Vingua 16, Jones 12, Celestin 8, Wilcox 2, Pinkney 20.  YUCAIPA (50) -- King 2, Mogenson 2, Craig 5, Sardgna 4, Simmons 15, Price 2, Orr 8, Brown 9, Renih 3. Halftime score -- Colton 31-18. Three-point goals -- Dinngua 3, Jones 2, Orr. Total fouls -- Colton 18, Yucaipa 17. Fouled out -- none. Records: Colton 5-2, 13-5. Yucaipa 0-7, 2-19.

Pacific 81, Cajon 74--Pacific avenged an earlier defeat to Cajon and pulled into a first-place tie with the Cowboys with an 81-74 victory in front of about 400 fans at Pacific. Both teams are 6-1 in the SAL with three games remaining. Three weeks ago, Cajon defeated Pacific 66-57 to break the Pirates' 27-game SAL winning streak.  Stepping it up for the Pirates (16-6) was senior 6-foot-2 guard Donnell Jury, who scored a game-high 32 points while adding four rebounds and three assists. Jury was 13-of-15 from the free-throw line. He is shooting 93 percent from the line this season.  Senior 6-1 guard Russell Kinzer added 15 points, while senior 6-4 forward Chris Adams added 13 points and seven rebounds. Matching Jury on the offensive end for Cajon was junior 6-4 guard Donovan Morris. Morris scored 30 points while pulling down six rebounds. Also scoring in double figures for Cajon were junior 6-2 guard Andre Payne (14) and sophomore 6-0 guard Romale Porter (11).  Jury, who is averaging 25.2 points per game, scored 13 points in the third quarter. His two free throws at the 6:55 mark gave the Pirates a 45-32 lead, their biggest of the game.  Pacific outscored Cajon 16-9 the final 4:39 of the second quarter to take a 40-31 halftime lead. Kinzer made three three-pointers in the quarter.  Kinzer hit two free throws and Bradley made one for the final margin of victory. Pacific made 10-of-15 free throws in the fourth, compared to 3-of-4 for Cajon. Cajon also picked up another victory to its record as a preseason loss to Compton Centennial was reversed after Centennial was found to have used an ineligible player.   CAJON (74) -- Morris 28, Payne 14, Dew 11, Porter 11, De Arman 8, Silvas 2. PACIFIC (81) -- Jury 32, Kinser 15, Adams 13, Bradley 6, Davis 3, Mohammad 7, Easley 5. Halftime score -- Pacific 40-31. Three-point goals -- Morris, Porter 2, Jury 3, Kinser 3, Adams, Mohammad. Total fouls -- Cajon 26; Pacific 20. Fouled out -- De Arman. Technicals -- Pacific bench. Records: Cajon 6-1, 16-6. Pacific 6-1, 15-6.

San Gorgonio 64, San Bernardino 57--San Bernardino San Gorgonio started the second half with a 15-0 run to gain the lead and held on for the San Andreas League victory by hitting 11 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter. Center Dennis Dowdy had 11 points and 10 rebounds and guard Kevin Houston scored 13 points. SAN BERNARDINO (57) -- Evans 17, Palmore 11, Stotts 8, White 9, Tidwell 5, Nonnete 5, Thomas 2. SAN GORGONIO (64) -- Houston 13, Harris 6, White 7, Lewis 5, Leach 7, Daigle 5, Buckingham 8, Sherman 2, Dowdy 11. Halftime score -- San Bermnardino 29-16. Three-point goals -- White (SG), Palmore, Houston, White (SB). Total fouls -- San Gorgonio 28, San Bernardino 24. Fouled out -- White (SB), Harris. Records: San Gorgonio 3-4, 13-10. San Bernardino 1-6 in league.

Sunkist League

Kaiser 70, Ramona 64 --details not available

Rubidoux 74, Bloomington 73 -- With Bloomington leading 73-72 with only one second left, Rubidoux's Jamar Owens hit the winning shot in a Sunkist League game. Bloomington jumped to an 17-point lead at the half but Rubidoux came back in the third quarter to outscore Bloomington 29-11. Rolando Murcio led Rubidoux's scoring tirade in the third with 15 of his 39 points. Rubidoux took a one-point lead with six seconds left in the third quarter.  RUBIDOUX (74) -- Metters 6, Owens 16, Walker 5, Murcio 39, Hemings 5, Green 3.  BLOOMINGTON (73) -- Thomas 12, Davis 17, Tate 9, Hawkins 14, Lee 14, Montoya 7. Halftime score -- Bloomington 40-23. Three-point goals -- Murcio 10, Davis, Montoya. Total fouls -- Rubidoux 12, Bloomington 20. Fouled out -- Hawkins. Technical fouls -- Hawkins.  Records: Rubidoux 4-3, 16-8.

Riverside MLKing 84, Norte Vista 47-- Leon Rosborough had 22 points and 20 rebounds, James Ellis had 10 assists, and Marvin Lea had 10 rebounds to lead Riverside King in its Sunkist League victory. NORTE VISTA (47) -- W.Horn 1, Hanley 15, Grigsby 5, Lornes 7, J.Horn 8, Edwards 3, J.Carter 3, Ju.Carter 5. KING (84) -- Hilt 6, Ellis 11, Thomas 0, Rosborough 22, Doss 8, Lea 15, Goodman 17, Clark 2, Tjaden 4. Halftime score -- King 39-21. Three-point goals -- Goodman 4, Hanley 4, Roseborough 2, Ellis, Grigsby, Lornes, Carter, J.Horn. Total fouls -- Norte Vista 15, King 17. Fouled out -- J.Horn.  Records: King 5-2, 16-6. Norte Vista 3-4, 8-14.

Victory League

Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 49, Mesa Grande 47-- Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel's Nick Sainato scored the winning layup with 19 seconds left in the game to give Calvary Chapel its first Victory League win in school history. Calvary Chapel outscored Calimesa Mesa Grande 14-11 in the fourth quarter. Sainato made 8 of 9 free throws and Josh Williford had 12 points and 19 rebounds.  MESA GRANDE (47) -- Jorteg 20, Dickenson 11, Partain 4, Granado 3, C.Knight 2, D.Knight 3, Roth 4.   CALVARY CHAPEL (49) -- Sainato 26, Williford 12, Johnson 6, Shear 5, Leroy 0. Halftime score -- Calvary Chapel 27-20. Three-point goals -- Sainato 2, Jorteg. Total fouls -- Mesa Grande 24, Calvary Chapel 11. Fouled out -- Jorteg, Granado.  Records: Calvary Chapel 1-5, 5-10.

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 82,  Hemet Baptist Christian 38 --Andrew Brattrud pulled 19 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to along help Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian defeat Hemet Baptist Christian in a Victory League game.  BAPTIST CHRISTIAN (38) -- Ismail 15, Acton 5, Ray 4, Derik 4, Isaiah 3, Jason 3, Mat 2, Erikson 2.  DESERT CHRISTIAN (82) -- Smith 24, Johnson 23, Brattrud 17, Santana 12, Hay 4, Mangus 2. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 39-21. Three-point goals -- Acton, Isaiah, Johnson 3. Total fouls -- Baptist Christian 10, Desert Christian 13. Fouled out -- none.   Records: Desert Christian 8-0, 15-3. Baptist Christian 2-4 in league.

Westside League

Hillcrest Christian (GH) 105, West LA Baptist 91-- Jason Haddad had 7, Amit Nat had 15 and Brother Amrit Nat scored 14, while Eric Hodgkins had 16 for GH Hillcrest (13-3, 8-0).  West LAB was led by Berry with 22 and Barnum with 14.

Hillcrest Christian (T.O) 61, West Valley 54--HC improved to 7-9 overall and 6-4 in league.

Southern Section Non-League Games--Tuesday January 30, 2001

Barstow 76, Sultana 58--details not available

La Sierra Academy 54, Hamilton 53--LA SIERRA ACADEMY (54) -- Moya 4, N. Verde 15, E. Verde 2, Kiemeney 16, Smith 4, Castro 13. HAMILTON (53) -- R. Davis 20, J. Davis 8, Dewese 21, Sandoval 2, Evans 2. Halftime score -- Hamilton 28-26. Three-point goals -- Dewese 2, N. Verde 3. Total fouls -- La Sierra Academy 13, Hamilton 10. Fouled out -- None. Records: La Sierra Academy 5-1, 14-6.

Whittier 67, Le Lycee 43--Mike Hernandez led Whittier High School's boys basketball team as it pulled away in the third quarter Tuesday for a 67-43 nonleague victory over visiting Le Lycee. The Cardinals (8-13) led by two at halftime, but opened up a comfortable lead with a 22-8 run in the third quarter.


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