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Game Scores & Details From
Friday, 2/2/01--(Feb. 3, 2001)

We counted more than 350 teams in action on Friday night, and if you think we were able to get all the scores or details, you're nuts. . .or maybe we're nuts, because we've tried and we think we came up with most of them. Not all the details, but at least a score, and in a lot of cases, the overall won-loss records (in and out of league) for those of you who will be voting or helping out in the SCIBCA polls.  . . and speaking of Polls, we missed our weekly SoCalHoops Top 20 Polls this past week, but we'll be posting up the newest and latest polls tomorrow (Sunday) all throughout the day.

Here's what happened on Friday night.   Lot's of scores. If you know a game score or details where none are shown, send them in either by e-mail of by posting it to the message board.

LA City Section Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001

Coliseum League

Fremont 87, Manual Arts 49

Locke 54, Dorsey 51--details unavailable.

Crenshaw 93, Jefferson 73--details unavailable.

Eastern League

Roosevelt 54, Jordan 50--details unavailable.

South Gate 49, Bell 38--Senior guard Keymon Maddox scored 10 of his 16 points in the first half to lead the Rams (17-6, 8-0) to thw win over the Eagles (0-8 in league).

Marine League

Washington 80, Narbonne 74--Dozie Nzenwa scored 16 points and four others scored in double figures for host Narbonne (17-6, 5-3), but Washington (14-8, 6-2) won behind 28 points, 11 rebounds, eight blocks and five steals from Andre Patterson.  Brannon Nichols and Christian Smith scored 14 for Narbonne and Beto Delgado and Matthew Terry added 13.

San Pedro 50, Carson 49-- Robert Ellett hit two free throws for his only points with eight seconds remaining to lift host San Pedro over Carson, 50-49, in a Marine League game. Glen Bullard finished with 21 points and nine rebounds and made a dunk with 1:15 remaining to give the Pirates (10-13, 2-6) a three-point lead. Errol Jackson led Carson (14-9, 4-4) with 14 points and Marques Washington added 10.

Gardena 57, Banning 53-- Brandon Drayton scored 14 points and Marcus Wilson added 12 to keep host Gardena (14-9, 6-2) in the postseason hunt. Joey Saavedra scored 21 and Alberto Aguirre added 16 for Banning (1-7 in league).

Northern League

Marshall 49, Belmont 47--details unavailable.

Wilson 83, Eagle Rock 75 (OT)--details unavailable.

Sunset Six League

Hollywood 101, Verdugo Hills 44-- Verdugo Hills (1-20, 0-8 in league) was outscored, 35-11, in the final period. Hollywood (11-12, 4-4 in league) reached 101 points thanks to a tip in from Mark Jenkins before time expired.    Off of a 10-2 run, Hollywood grabbed a 34-20 lead with 1:30 left in the half. Leading scorer Derick Wright scored six straight points in the run.   Hollywood blew the game wide open in the third quarter with another run. Within a 2:30 stretch, the Sheiks scored 16 uncontested points to take a 60-27 lead with three minutes to go.   Wright had eight points in that stretch to get closer to his 23 points.  With two games left against Los Angeles Poly and Grant High, Kemple has one plan to close the season. Hollywood 13 23 30 35 -- 101  Verdugo Hills 12 10 11 11 -- 44   HOLLYWOOD--Wright 23, Jenkins 21, McCullum 16, Melikyan 15, Hagan-Morgan 9, Paronian 6, Rose 6, Sterling 5.  Three-pointers: Melikyan 3, McCullum, Paronian, Rose. VERDUGO HILLS--Mamon 14, Gupilan 9, Macauley 6, Usher 6, Staley 5, Dingman 4. Three-pointers: Usher 2.

North Hollywood 73, Canoga Park 63--Despite allowing 38 points by Brown, North Hollywood (16-5, 7-1) avenged a loss to Canoga Park (12-11, 5-3) in the teams' first meeting and set up a showdown at Grant (17-6, 7-1) for the league title on Wednesday.  The 6-foot-4 Brownscored 19 in the first half, 12 of his team's 15 points in the second and third quarters. But Brown was the only Canoga Park player in double figures; North Hollywood had four players in double figures: Gus Ruiz had 22 points, Kenny Hauser 17, David Danipour 12, and Nathan Stern 11. Hauser and Danipour contributed five assists and Josiah James and Ruiz grabbed six rebounds each.  North Hollywood trailed 23-22 at halftime but limited Canoga Park to four points in the third quarter, all on free throws by Brown. The Huskies also held the Hunters without a field goal in the second half through the first minute of the fourth quarter to open a 55-45 lead with 5:13 to play. Canoga Park climbed to within 62-58 after Brown weaved his way through three North Hollywood defenders to convert a three-point play after a dunk with 1:24 remaining. The Huskies converted nine free throws in a row down the stretch and received a key steal and fast-break layup by Hauser to expand its advantage to 70-63 with 22 seconds left.

Grant 89, Poly 84--Grant improved to 17-6, 7-1 with the win, as Dewayne Anderson scored 22 and pulled down 11 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals. Gino Riney had 23 points fo rthe Lancers who had a surprisingly tough time with Poly.  Mike Charleston led all scorers with 33 points and 11 rebounds. Poly was led by Mike Ngdesyan with 29 and Joe Hampel with 17.

Valley Mission League

Kennedy 60, Van Nuys 39--Kennedy improved to 9-14, 4-4, while Van Nuys remains winless at 0-8 in league, and just 2-21 overall.  Kennedy was led by Byrd with 14, while Van Nuys had no one score more than 7 points.  The Wolves were held to just 7 points in the first quarter, and 9 in the second.

Sylmar 97, San Fernando 39--George O'Garro had 22 points for the Spartans (13-9, 8-0) which had five players score in double figures during their Valley Mission League win at home. Ramon Perry had 23 points for San Fernando.

Reseda 54, Monroe 47--Reseda improved to 6-2 in league as Serge Lepiashinski scored 15 and Nashid beard scored 8.  Monroe was led by Gary Gyulyan with 13, and dropped to 9-12, 5-3.

West Valley League

Granada Hills 63, El Camino Real 52--Eddie Degerman had 11 points and 13 rebounds and the Highlanders (10-13, 4-4) outscored the Conquistadores of Woodland Hills (7-16, 2-6) 17-7 in the fourth quarter to win in a West Valley League game at Granada Hills.

Birmingham 64, Cleveland 63--Birmingham is now 7-10 overall and 3-5 in league while Cleveland is still stuck at only 2 wins this season in league at 2-6.  Ryan Nishimoto had 17 and Hige Taitian had 19 for Birmingham, while Cleveland was led by Awad with 15.

Chatsworth 77, Taft 74--Shayne Berry had 30 points, including a three-pointer with three seconds left, to lift the Chancellors (16-7, 7-1) to the upset win over the ninth-ranked Toreadors of Woodland Hills in a West Valley League game at Chatsworth. Berry, who finished with 30 points, struggled in the third quarter, missing seven of eight shots. Like the true gunner he is, the misses didn't deter him.   Berry scored 14 points during a hectic fourth quarter.  Taft (17-6, 6-2) took a 74-70 lead with 1:25 left on a basket by Melvin Robbins. Berry scored with 1:16 left, then Rashaun Davis' tip-in with 55 seconds left tied the game.  Steve Smith of Taft missed a jumper with 19 seconds left, and Berry got the rebound. The game was stopped with 7.9 seconds remaining because the 35-second buzzer malfunctioned. Chatsworth inbounded the ball to Berry at half-court. He looked up at the scoreboard to see the seconds ticking away, then launched his three-pointer despite Smith having a hand in his face. There were 11 lead changes and six ties. The officials could have used some oxygen masks in the first half, with Taft leading at halftime, 45-43. It was a frantic pace, with the two schools combining for 11 three-pointers. Brandon Robinson had 15 points and did an excellent job pressuring Smith, who scored 22 points but missed 13 shots.

Western League

Fairfax 75, Palisades 71--details unavailable.

Westchester 67, Los Angeles 54--Brandon Heath had 20 points in the road win. Westchester's Trevor Ariza had 10 points, Ashanti Cook had 10 assists and seven rebounds, and Hassan Adams had seven steals to offset six 3-pointers by Los Angeles' Mizelle Smith (19 points).

Venice 96, University 63--details unavailable.

Southern Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001

Academy League

St. Margaret's 40, Fairmont Prep 33-- Fairmont dropped to 12-7, 2-5 while St. Margaret's improved to 11-10 and 3-2.

Alpha League

Village Christian 67, LA Baptist 64 (2OT)--

Trailing by two points with four seconds remaining in the first overtime, Darryl Ellis sank two free throws to force a second extra period, which the Crusaders controlled en route to a 67-64 victory at Village Christian. Ellis finished with 14 points, nine rebounds and four assists. The Crusaders (7-15, 2-4 in league) rallied to take a three-point lead with 21 seconds remaining, but Andrew Petersen hit a three-pointer with six seconds left to send the game into overtime. In the first extra period, L.A. Baptist (13-7, 2-5 in league) took a five-point lead with 43 seconds left, but freshman Jacob Briggs hit a three-point field goal with 29 seconds remaining to set the stage for Ellis' free throws. L.A. Baptist 6 17 16 14 8 3 -- 64;  Village Christian 17 15 14 7 8 6 -- 67  L.A. BAPTIST -- Sanders 29, Bunch 2, Tillman 6 and 9 rebounds, Madigan 14 and 10 rebounds, Petersen 5, Snodgress 4, Rice 4. Three-pointers: Sanders 4, Petersen. VILLAGE CHRISTIAN -- Briggs 19, Benko 6, Ellis 14, 9 rebounds and 5 assists, Barrett 5, Hall 23 and 12 rebounds.  Three-pointers: Briggs 3, Barrett.

Almont League

Schurr 63, Alhambra 59-- Sean Dixon scored 23 points Friday to lead Schurr High School's boys basketball team to a 63-59 victory over Alhambra in Almont League action. The Spartans held a seven-point lead after the first quarter, but Alhambra (17-7, 5-3) rallied.  Edwin Rosario and Chris Miller each scored 15 points to lead Alhambra. Marques Harris had 13. The Moors outscored Schurr, 21-12, in the third quarter to take a 50-47 lead entering the fourth. Schurr, however, answered with a big fourth quarter and held on for the victory.  The Spartans had a 16-9 advantage in the final quarter as John Lopez scored 14 points. Shaun Oshita and Mark Pogi both had nine.

Montebello 58, San Gabriel 52--details not available

Bell Gardens 54, Mark Keppel 44--details not available

Arrowhead League

Sherman Indian 67, Ambassador Christian 60--Slater Nez made six three-pointers en route to 33 points for Riverside Sherman Indian, which has won five out of its past six games and is tied for first place in the Arrowhead League. Nez scored 10 points in the fourth quarter, when Sherman Indian outscored Fontana Ambassador Christian 18-10. Daniel Flores added 13 points and 11 rebounds for Sherman Indian. Jose Guzman and Estoban Guzman each had 16 points for Ambassador Christian. AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN (60) -- Palmer 12, J. Guzman 16, E. Guzman 16, Giden 12, Peters 4. SHERMAN INDIAN (67) -- Ivins 2, Key 7, Flores 13, Martinez 6, Nez 33, Antone 2, Palone 4.   Halftime score -- Ambassador Christian 34-33. Three-point goals -- Palmer, E. Guzman 4, Nez 6, Flores. Total fouls -- Ambassador Christian 14, Sherman Indian 17. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Ambassador Christian 1-7, 4-15; Sherman Indian 6-1, 10-7.

Baseline League

Claremont 75, Don Lugo 62--Sean Terrell scored 17 points and Shadden Aaron added 15 points to lead Claremont (18-6, 6-2). Garet Hill had 17 points and Andy Galindo added 14 points in the loss for Don Lugo. DON LUGO (62) Galindo 14, Plutko 11, Guzik 3, Hill 17, Snyder 7, Aygei 7. CLAREMONT (78) Terrell 17, Patton 2, Green 2, Oliver 5, Aaron 15, Mohammad 4, Wilburn 11, Wilson 3, Lombard 8, Maxwell 7, O'Connor 4.  Don Lugo 13 10 15 24 -- 62 Claremont 18 20 22 18 -- 78 Total fouls: DL 18, C 29. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Glendora 63, Walnut 34

Upland 102, Chino 60--Jason Harris scored 34 points and pulled down 15 rebounds in less than three quarters of playing time to lead the Inland Valley's top-ranked team to the easy win. Upland improved to 24-1 overall and 8-0 in the league despite Aaron Macey's 25 points for Chino (7-17, 2-6). Tjayi Malone had 11 points, including nine in the first quarter, in the loss for Cowboys. UPLAND (106) Pace 5, Rasch 2, Pruitt 8, Hatter 5, Hathaway 13, J. Harris 34, P. Harris 11, Holland 3, Misch 2, Snyder 13, Davis 2, Martin 4.  CHINO (60) Nafis 4, Tima 4, Dominguez 2, White 9, Klinkert 2, Willimas 3, Marcey 25, Malone 11. Upland 27 34 22 19 -- 102 Chino 17 13 14 16 -- 60 Total fouls: U 19, C 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Bay League

Redondo Union 75, North Torrance 51-- Dijon Thompson's 22 points, and a strong defensive effort from Redondo (19-5, 11-1), keyed the raod win. Redondo went on a 25-6 first-quarter run.  Wendell White finished with 14 points and Adam Zahn had 12 for Redondo. Adam Ross led North (1-10 in league) with 19 points.

Morningside 69, Santa Monica 62-- The Monarchs picked up their 11th win of the season, the number of victories needed to become eligible for CIF Southern Section playoff consideration. Morningside (11-9, 6-7) finished off the Vikings (13-9, 4-8) with an 8-2 run in the final two minutes. Praise Odiakosa intercepted a pass and threw ahead to Khali Young, who dropped a behind-the-back pass to Waller to lift Morningside ahead, 67-60. Waller scored 11 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter.   Morningside forced seven turnovers in the third quarter, as many as the first half alone. Morningside had 16 steals; Odiakosa and Waller had four each. Morningside took the lead early in the fourth quarter but Santa Monica had plenty of chances. The Vikings took 16 of their 23 free throws in the fourth quarter, but only hit eight of them.

Leuzinger 88, Peninsula 76--Derrick Clark scored 24 points to lead Leuzinger (12-12, 4-8), which took a 31-10 first-quarter lead. Kevin Gardner scored 31 points for Peninsula (5-7 in league).

Inglewood 58, Mira Costa 46--details unavailable.

Camino Real League

St. Monica 70, Mary Star 41--St. Monica (17-7, 6-2) took a 17 point halftime lead and cruised to a 70-41 victory over host Mary Star of the Sea (7-16, 4-4). The Mariners were led by Sean Cole, who notched his 20th double-double of the season with 19 points and 17 rebounds.Jack Kalmeta scored a game-high of 12 points in the home loss.  Mary Star falls to 7-17 overall, 4-4 in league.  St. Monica 13 20 14 23 70 Mary Star 10 7 15 9 41 St. Monica: Cole 19, Potts 13, Shelby 10, Rakestraw 8, Cruz 6, Nunley 6, Washington 5, English 3. 3-Pointers Potts 2, Washington 1 Mary Star: Kalmeta 14, Navarro 8, Phillips 6, Cosgrove 5, Urias 2, Navarre 2, Vidovich 2, Fadich 2.   3-Pointers Navarro 2, Kalmeta 1, Cosgrove 1

Verbum Dei 115, Cantwell Sacred Heart 56--details unavailable.

St. Anthony 56, Bosco Tech 40-- Junior point guard Lauren Brown scored 22 p;oints and Alan Cerino scored 13 as the Saints (9-14, 4-3) defeated the Tigers.

Century League

Villa Park 62, Canyon 55-- The victory clinched the league championship for Villa Park, which is 8-0 in league and 19-5 overall, and ranked seventh in Orange County. Canyon is 14-10 overall, 6-2 in league.  Villa Park's Matt Waldrip kept Canyon's Derron Putnam in check, holding Putnam to only two baskets. Putnam did score a team high 14 points, but he was shut out in the first half and did not come close to the 30 points he produced in the previous Canyon-Villa Park game. Corey Miller led the Spartans with 17 points.  Villa Park's top senior, Matt MacGinnis, sat out most of the second quarter because of foul trouble, but the Spartans played well enough to stake a 28-24 lead at halftime. Putnam got going in the third quarter, in which he scored seven points as Canyon sliced Villa Park's lead to 41-40. That was as close as the Comanches would get. The Spartans pushed their lead to seven points, 47-40, but Canyon clawed back to make it 49-47. In the final two minutes, free throws by Kyle Hogan, Waldrip and Miller - who made seven foul shots in the final 90 seconds - clinched the victory for Villa Park.

El Modena 67, Santa Ana Valley 66 (OT)-- El Modena improved to 10-14, 3-5, while Santa Ana Valley droped to 11-14, 3-5. 

Channel League

Buena 72, San Marcos 64--Forward Chris Jacobsen scored 14 points and center Matt Colton added 13, helping the Bulldogs earn a share of the top spot in the Channel League. Asher Kupperman had a game-high 25 points for the Royals (1-6, 5-15), along with six assists and five rebounds. Seamus McKiernan added 15 points for San Marcos.  SAN MARCOS -- Kupperman 25, Spaventa 5, Hopkins 1, Fortune 6, Mercer 10, McKiernan 15, Below 2. Totals 24-65 12-18 64. BUENA -- Bolden 10, Dubvig 2, Smith 10, Mikasa 2, Jacobsen 14, Meyer 7, Cobos 10, Colton 13, Cunningham 4. Totals 23-52 22-30 72. San Marcos --13 13 19 19 -- 64  Buena--10 20 24 18 -- 72  3-point goals--SM 4 (McKiernan 2, Mercer, Spaventa), B 4 (Cobos 2, Bolden, Meyer). Total fouls--SM 20, B 17. Fouled out--Smith. Technical fouls--None. Records--SM: 1-6, 5-15. V: 4-2, 15-9.|

Dos Pueblos 60, Ventura 50--Steve Graybill provided the offense Friday night and Damon Jenkins turned in a stellar defensive performance at Sovine Gym, vaulting Dos Pueblos High into a first-place tie in the Channel League boys' basketball race.  Graybill notched eight of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter as the Chargers downed Ventura 60-50. Dos Pueblos (4-2, 14-6) has a first-place showdown on Tuesday at Buena (4-2, 15-9). Ventura is 4-3, 14-10. Kenny Sherman had 13 points and 11 rebounds while Jenkins and Omar Cowan added nine points apiece. Jenkins' biggest contribution came on defense, where he held Brian Easterly to six points. When the teams met earlier in Ventura, Easterly tallied 29 in a controversial double-overtime victory that was tainted when the Cougar scorekeeper discovered an extra point with Ventura trailing by one late in the game.  Tyler Ebell, the Cougars' record-setting running back and starting guard, sat out the contest after missing the team bus. VENTURA -- Aitkens 9, Robinson 12, Wagner 2, Easterly 6, Tanner 4, Gruber 12, Davis 3. Totals 19 10-17 50. DOS PUEBLOS -- Cowan 9, Graybill 21, Regner 8, Sherman 13, Jenkins 9. Totals 23 7-10 60. Ventura--13 8 12 17 -- 50  Dos Pueblos--16 14 15 15 -- 60 3-point goals--V 2 (Aitkens, Davis), DP 6 (Graybill 2, Sherman 2, Cowan, Jenkins). Total fouls--V 17, DP 15. Fouled out--None. Technical fouls--None. Records--DP: 4-2, 14-6. V: 4-3, 14-10.|

Christian League

Western Christian 63, Ontario Christian 43-- Lancers senior Brad Meister had 15 points and 14 rebounds and teammate Shawn Lokar came up short in his bid for a third consecutive triple-double (he finished with seven points, 11 assists and nine rebounds) as the Lancers prevailed. David Landry had 11 points and Travis Hoekstra grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Ontario Christian (17-6, 7-3). WESTERN CHRISTIAN (63) Meister 16, B. Chin 11, F. Chin 10, Lokar 7, Booker 7, A. Allison 3, Rodriguez 3, B. Allison 2, Lin 2, Higgins 2. ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (43) Landry 11, Gibson 10, T. Hoektra 8, M. Hoektra 6, Garcia 5, Coolhaas 3. Western Christian 24 11 11 17 -- 63 Ontario Christian 10 8 7 18 -- 43 Total fouls: WC 19, OC 16. Fouled out: Garcia (OC). Technical fouls: B. Allison (WC).

Citrus Belt League

Fontana 67, Redlands 63--Fontana (17-7, 7-1) took its first lead of the game at 52-50 with 3:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. Shedrack Okoebor scored 17 of his 22 points in the final quarter, hitting four 3-pointers to helpr bring the Steelers back.   REDLANDS (63) Alsobrooks 4, Mackenzie 2, Porter 7, Roberts 18, Burgan 9, Graham 23. FONTANA (67)Clayton 2, Okopebor 22, Perry 4, Gipson 11, Gallardo 3, Okolugbo 3, McJimson 11, Williams 6, Mancha 4, Crull 1.   Redlands 21 11 12 19 -- 63 Fontana 9 13 17 28 -- 67 Total fouls: R 19, F 20. Fouled out: Mackenzie (R). Technical fouls: none.

Rialto 76, Redlands East Valley 64--Carl Gayles scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter to seal Rialto's victory over Redlands East Valley in a Citrus Belt League game. RIALTO (76) -- Gayles 22, Green 22, Ward 14, Diggins 8, Blakley 4, Autry 2, Williams 2, Fonn 2.  REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (64) -- Moses 15, Jannelli 12, Rogers 9, Pickett 9, Brazelton 8, Cooke 6, Lyles 5. Halftime score -- Rialto 36-26. Three-point goals -- Rogers, Moses 4, Gayles 2, Green. Total fouls -- Rialto 14, Redlands East Valley 15. Fouled out -- Pickett.  Records: Rialto 3-5 in league. Redlands East Valley 0-8, 5-19.

San Jacinto 50, Beaumont 46 --details unavailable.

Coast Valley League

Santa Maria Valley Christian 77, Maricopa 50-- Chris Lynwood of VCA scored 28 points and pulled down 20 rebounds to lead the Lions to the win.

Condor League

Laguna Blanca 56, Villanova 49--Brandon Wicks had a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds and played tough defense on Villanova's best player to lead the Owls to the Condor League victory on the road. Trevor Scott was Laguna Blanca's high scorer with 14 points. Eric Geeb added 12 points and seven steals. LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 12, Scott 14, Nelson 5, Wicks 11, Jeffrey 3, Lewis 4, Kaufman 7. Totals 17 17-28 56 VILLANOVA -- Fore 16, Namikas 17, Roche 4, Gibson 9, Langelier 2. Totals 21 3-7 48.  Laguna Blanca --18 6 19 13 -- 56 Villanova--11 9 15 15 -- 48 3-point goals--LB 5 (Geeb, Scott 2, Kaufman 2), V 3 ( Namikas, Gibson 2). Total fouls--LB 16, V 17. Fouled out--Roche. Records--LB 3-3, 8-10. V: 3-4, 7-9.|

De Anza League

San Jacinto 50, Beaumont 46 -- Sparked by Michael Frazier's offensive rebounding, San Jacinto finally pulled ahead in the fourth quarter and came back to win a De Anza League game. SAN JACINTO (50) -- Duguid 12, Padilla 11, Hyland 6, Medina 6, Frazier 15.  BEAUMONT (46) -- Abuzahra 0, Mitchell 23, Koumparis 4, Mendoza 7, Curtis 12. Halftime score -- Beaumont 24-23. Three-point goals -- Curtis 4, Duguid 4, Padilla 2. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 14, Beaumont 12. Fouled out -- none.   Records: San Jacinto 11-1. Beaumont 8-4, 13-11.

Delphic League

Montclair Prep 53, Whitney 52--The Mounties (9-13, 4-4), scored on a tip-in at the buzzer to beat the visiting Wildcats (8-12, 0-8).   

Desert Mountain League

Desert Christian 75, Silver Valley 64-- Desert Christian improved to 15-6, 7-1 behind 33 points from Michael Spears and 19 from Tommy Pickens.  Silver Valley wa led by John Blankenship with 15 and 13 from Karl Massengale.

De Anza League

Aquinas 88, Banning 77--details unavailable.

Twentynine Palms 64, Big Bear 54--details unavailable.

Del Rey League

Bishop Montgomery 79, Serra 44--Errick Craven led the Knights with 21 points in the home win. Derrick Craven had 12 and Fred Washington added 11 for Bishop Montgomery (20-2, 6-0).

St. Paul 68, Bishop Amat 56-- Bishop Amat High School's boys basketball team spotted St. Paul a 16-point lead in their Del Rey League contest Friday night at Bishop Amat High. And the Lancers still trailed by 14 points with just three minutes left in the game.  A nine-point run cut their deficit to just five points at 59-54 with 1:20 remaining, but that was as close as they would get in a 68-56 St. Paul victory. The Lancers were missing Randy Jimenez, the Lancers' leading rebounder and second-leading scorer, out with the flu and a sprained ankle.  John Haywood scored a game-high 18 points, but it was not enough as the Lancers fell to 18-7 overall and 3-4 in league. St. Paul, which was led by Dontay Holloway's 17 points, improved to 13-11 overall and 3-3 in league.

Desert Valley League

Cathedral City 101, Indio 51--The Lions (20-5 overall and 10-0 in the DVL) clinched their fifth consecutive 20-victory season, and a share of the league title for the 5th year on Friday night. If the Lions win one of their final two games or if La Quinta (18-5 and 8-2) loses once, then Cathedral City clinches the title outright.  The Lions got off to a quick start, taking a 20-0 lead thanks to the play of Brandon Gray and Paul Heredia. Both scored 11 points in the first quarter.   Heredia and Gray each finished with 13 points.  The Lions outscored Indio 52-16 in the second half.  Gerald DeVance led all scorers with 24 points. Thomas Shewmake added 22 and Jared Otteson had 10.  Indio was led by Earl Isaacson’s 12 points. Anthony Kitagawa added 10.  Cathedral City 35 14 30 22 -- 101 Indio 15 20 6 10 -- 51 Cathedral City: Moorman 3, Hansen 3, DeVance 24, Lambert 5, Brown 4, Otteson 10, Heredia 13, Gray 13, Shewmake 22, Matthews 4.  Indio: Barriga 4, Lopez 7, Wilson 2, King 4, Kitagawa 10, Cruz 7, Isaacson 12, Perez 5.

La Quinta 75, Coachella Valley 61-- The Arabs succeeded for most of the first half in slowing La Quinta’s run-and-gun attack. In the second half, La Quinta (8-2, 18-5) ran away with the Desert Valley League boys basketball game and put together a 75-61 win.  For Coachella Valley, the loss ends a hard week of defeat. The Arabs opened a three-game road trip with the hopes of stealing at least one win to set themselves up for a shot at a postseason berth. Instead, they dropped three straight (to Cathedral City on Monday and to Palm Springs on Wednesday).   Coachella Valley drops to 4-7 in the DVL, 8-13 on the season.   La Quinta’s Daniel Martinez scored five of his 16 points in the Blackhawks’ 10-4 run that opened the fourth. La Quinta also converted on 10 of their 12 shots from the free throw line in the fourth. Gutierrez led all scorers with 24 points. For the Arabs, Arturo Lomeli scored 19 and Christian Limon finished with 13. Jaime Perez chipped in with 10. La Quinta 12 14 21 28 -- 75 Coachella Valley 15 10 13 23 -- 61 La Quinta: George Gutierrez 24, Daniel Martinez 16, Aaron Aceves 9, Rick Moreno 8, Chris Marrujo 6, Paul St. Angelo 6, Billy Matthews 2, Jonathan Beavers, John Beck. Coachella Valley: Arturo Lomeli 19, Christian Limon 13, Jaime Perez 10, Pablo Castro 5, Mark Anaya 4, Miguel Garcia 4, Christian Gonzales 3, Ferny Gutierrez 2, Miguel Badena. 3-pointers: Martinez 2,  St. Angelo, Limon, Castro.

Palm Springs 59, Desert Hot Springs 34--Nick Nabhan led Palm Springs to a Desert Valley League rout with a season-high 17 points (15 from three-pointers).  The Indians also got 10 points from John Dahlin. The Indians improved to 12-10 overall and 6-4 in the DVL. DESERT HOT SPRINGS (34) -- Meyer 3, Ray 10, Ortega 5, Shewmake 9, Moore 7.  PALM SPRINGS (59) -- Nabhan 17, Dahlin 10, Barton 8, Greer 7, Harris 2, Berry 3, Crawford 2, Whitted 2, Fenton 3, Johnson 3, Gonzalez 2. Halftime score -- Palm Springs 25-15. Three-point goals -- Berry, Nabhan 5, Meyer, Oretega, Shewmake. Total fouls -- Desert Hot Springs 11, Palm Springs 11. Fouled out -- none. Des.Hot Springs 6 9 8 11 -- 34 Palm Springs 11 14 16 18 -- 59  Records: Palm Springs 6-4, 12-10. Desert Hot Springs 1-10 in league.

Desert Sky League

Silverado 67, Granite Hills 51--details unavailable.

Victor Valley 71, Barstow 62--details unavailable.

Empire League

Loara 75, Katella 71--Nate Von Achen had 21 points, Bryson Hawkes 18 and Chris Moses 17 for the Saxons (19-5, 8-0), who clinched a tie for the league title. Phillip Tyson of Katella (12-11, 1-7) had 25 points.

El Dorado 62, Century 42--David Patten scored 16 points to lead El Dorado (20-4, 6-2) to thw win over Century (11-13, 2-6).

Cypress 40, Kennedy 38--Matt Reid had 16 points and eight rebounds as the host Centurions (13-10, 4-4) held off the Fighting Irish (12-11, 3-5).

Express League

Rolling Hills Prep 85, Eastside Christian 25--details unavailable.

South Bay Lutheran 58, La Verne Lutheran 56 (OT)--Teron Terry scored 13 points with seven assists and Micheal Lee scored 26 points with 11 rebounds for La Verne Lutheran (13-7, 8-4). SOUTH BAY LUTHERAN (58) Flowers 3, Toler 5, Graham 1, Joyner 7, Maxie 2, Webb 22, Zanders 18. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (56) Patton 5, Terry 13, Lee 26, Harmon 7, Mejia 5. South Bay 9 7 10 20 12 -- 58 La Verne 11 7 14 14 10 -- 56 Total fouls: SB 19, LVL 19. Fouled out: Terry (LVL). Technical fouls: none.

Foothill League

Burroughs 55, Saugus 51--Burroughs improved to 9-13, 4-4, while Saugus dropped to 6-2 in league.  Saugus was led by Marc Holmquist with 13 points;  Burroughs was led by Keith Jarbo with 20, and Matt Torres with 11.

Hart 75, Valencia 70--Valencia dropped to 13-10 overall and 4-3 in league while Hart improved to 11-13, 2-6 with the win.  Ingram   wcored 22 for Valencia, while Dunwood had 15;  Hard was led by Patterson with 18 and 23 rebounds, and Hanges with 24 oints.

Canyon 55, Burbank 48--Canyone improved to 16-8 overall, 7-1 in league.  Burbank dropped to 9-14, 4-4.

Freeway League

Buena Park 52, Troy 34--Troy dropped to 3-5 in league while Buena Park improved to 8-16 overall and 4-4 in league. Nate Gilkes scored 14 for Troy, while Z. Barker had 11 for Buena Park.

Sunny Hills 57, La Habra 47-- Sunny Hills improved to 15-7, 5-3 while La Habra drlopped to 10-16, 1-7.

Sonora 62, Fullerton 48--Sonora improved to 8-0 in elague behind 14 points from Robertons and 13 from Rogers, while Fullerton was led by Garcia with 20.  Fullerton droped to 16-8, 3-5 in league.

Frontier League

Santa Clara 62, Malibu 49--David Ramirez had 24 points as Santa Clara (12-10, 6-1) clinched at least a share of its third straight league title and 16th in the last 17 years. Albert Soria had 15 points -- all on 3-point field goals. Soria added eight assists and seven steals. Alex Minney had 10 rebounds. Santa Clara (62) — Davis 5, R. LaJoie 3, Santana 2, A. Soria 15, Linzy 4, Minney 6, T. LaJoie 1, Beverford 2, Ramirez 24. Malibu (49) — Townsend 20, Gardner 5, Rappaport 9, Woodring 4, McClain 5, Clarke 6, Miller 2 SC--11  15  20  16--62; Malibu--6   17  13  13--49  3-Point goals — Santa Clara (R. LaJoie, Soria 5). Malibu (Townsend 3, Garner, McClain). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Santa Clara (Minney 10). Assists — Santa Clara (Soria 8). Total fouls — Santa Clara 13, Malibu 7.

Santa Paula 66, Calabasas 29-- Santa Paula (13-8, 4-2)  was led by Ryan Frutos with 17 points.  Calabvasas was led by S. Saunders with 13.  Calabasas is now 6-17, 2-4 in league.

Garden Grove League

Santiago 79, Rancho Alamitos 68--Santiago is now 4-7 in league.  Rancho Alamitos wsas led by Frank 22, and Torres 18.  Santiago was led by Nguyen with 24.

Golden League

Littlerock 74, Antelope Valley 57--Littlerock improved to 8-16, 2-6 in league while AV dropped to 11-13, 2-6  Brandon aLewis had 15 points and 10 rebounds fo rLittlerock while Eric Williams had 13 to lead AV.

Golden West League

Ocean View 67, Santa Ana 49--Marques Crane had 25 points, 13 in the second quarter, for visiting Ocean View (19-6, 7-0). Alfredo Arzate had 13 points for Santa Ana (3-21, 0-7).  Neal Smith added 10 points for Ocean View.

Tustin 70, Saddleback 56--Tustin improved to 11-13 and secured playoff entry status with the 11th win.  The Tillers are also 4-3 in league and likely to earn a spot directly as an automatic bid.  nix had 19, Hall 16, and Westrom 13 for Tustin, while Saddleback was led by Isais with 14 and Guerrero 21.

Ivy League

Riverside Poly 51, Riverside Arlington 40--Jeremy Lopez had 15 points to help Riverside Poly top Riverside Arlington in an Ivy League game. Jackson Wood added 10 rebounds. ARLINGTON (40) -- Simon 12, Glover 8, Holquin 4, Christie 8, Hern 3, Willmon 2, Acosta 3.  RIVERSIDE POLY (51) -- Dunaj 11, Salazar 8, Lopez 15, Wood 5, Sykes 4, Tyson 6, Rennisen 2. Halftime score -- Poly 27-19. Three-point goals -- Salazar 2, Lopez, Wood, Hern, Acosta. Total fouls -- Arlington 18, Poly 18. Fouled out -- Willmon, Christie.  Records: Riverside Poly 4-4, 14-10.

JW North 63,  Moreno Valley 48 -- Moreno Valley cut the lead to seven with two minutes remaining, but North made 13 of 21 free throws in the final period to secure the victory. Dotson led North with 16 points and 14 rebounds.   NORTH (63) -- Wynn 13, Mgbeke 2, Aubert 8, Bryant 14, Washington 10, Dotson 16.   MORENO VALLEY (48) -- Howard 13, Norwood 10, Conley 8, Brown 4, Ashley 4, Bailey 9. Halftime score -- North 26-17. Three-point goals -- Howard 2, Conley 2, Bailey, Bryant. Total fouls -- North 9, Moreno Valley 21. Fouled out -- Norwood, Ashley, Long. Technical fouls -- Washington . Records: North 6-2, 12-11; Moreno Valley 4-4, 11-14.

Liberty League

Buckley 68, Windward 49--The Griffins (19-2, 10-1) ranked No. 6 in Division V in California by Cal-Hi Sports, and ranked No. 2 in CIF-SS DivisionV-AA  along with Calvary Chapel Downey, rolled to the win over visiting Windward (10-13, 4-9).  Senior Colin Ward-Henninger scored 14 points, and junior point guard David Gale scored 12 and 9 assists, 6 steals, 5 rebounds and 3 blocked shots for Buckley. Alex Clancy scored 12, while Steve Broukhim and Royal Weaver both had 7. Buckley led by as many as 26 in the third quarter, and played most of the senior non-starters for much of the fourth quarter in honor of their traditional "senior night."   Buckley led by 15 at the half,  38-23, and at the end of the third, led by 16, 55-39.  Others scoring for Buckley were Matt Wolf 4, Murali Sivalingam 4, Tristan Seisa 2, Alberto Snaidero 2, and Jake Scannell 4. Windward was led by Lance Jackson with 15.  Buckley will play Providence (No. 8 in Div. IV-A), on Monday at Providence in a game which will most likely determine the league title, as both teams are now 10-1.  Both teams have three more games remaining in league next week. Windward--19  9  16  10--49; Buckley--19  19  17  13--68;   Records:  Windward 10-13, 4-9;  Buckley--19-2, 10-1

Providence 48, Oakwood 38--Oakwood led at the end of the first quarter in a low-scoring start, 10-9, and both teams had a miserable second quarter, with Oakwood only putting 4 points on the board, and Providence 8 points, and Providence took a 3 point lead into the locker room, 17-14.  In the 3rd quarter, Providence managed to get some offense going behind Vaca an dQuebral who both finished with 14 points, outscoring the Gorrillas 16-11.  Oakwood's Nick Mark scored 12, while Derek Jones had 9, 12 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.   Oakwoood--10  4   11  13--38;  Providence--9   8  16  13--48.   Providence is now 14-6, 10-1 in league.

Los Padres League

Paso Robles 73, Cabrillo 54--details unavailable.

Atascadero 67, Santa Ynez 59-- The Pirates' league title hopes suffered a big blow, as Riley Prickett hit six 3-pointers and scored 24 pounds to lead Atascadero to the upset win. The Pirates (6-2) trail Paso Robles (7-1) in the Los Padres League standings.  Matt McKinney scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds before fouling out for the Pirates and Mike Wooten added 19 points. ATASCADERO -- Saiz 10, Smyth 3, Prickett 24, Tamelier 2, DeLeon 8, Lieser 8, Breshenan 2, Nelson 10. Totals 25 8-14 67 SANTA YNEZ --Bratcher 2, Muller 1, Gilmour 2, Wooten 19, McKinney 27, Dreher 5, Alegria 1, Albrecht 2. Totals 17 25-32 59. Atascadero --13 18 19 17 -- 67  Santa Ynez --20 17 5 17 -- 59 3-point goals--A 9 (Prickett 6, Smith, Saiz 2), SY 0-11. Total fouls--A 20, SY 16. Fouled out--McKinney. Technicals--None. Records--SY: 6-2, 13-8. A: 2-6, 10-11.|

Marmonte League

Agoura 64, Royal 44--Johnny Gray had 14 points and Kevin Cornwell added seven points, 10 rebounds and four blocks for host Agoura (19-4, 8-2). Justin Campbell had 10 points, six rebounds and three steals. Brett Spaulding added four points, four steals and four assists.  Royal (44) — Petchett 2, Vosse 0, Hendershot 8, Lawrence 2, Davis 8, Johnson 6, Neal 2, Cormick 4, Vandorak 12. Agoura (64) — Senkpiel 4, Gray 14,Justin Campbell 10, Joffe 6, Brienes 4, Cornwell 7 , Delson 5, Brett Spaulding 4, Tagai 0, , Keglivic 7, Patton 3. Royal--6  13  12   13--44;  Agoura--19  16  16  13--64  3-Point goals — Royal (Johnson). Agoura (Delson, Patton). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Agoura (Cornwell 10). Assists — Agoura (Spaulding 4). Total fouls — Royal 13, Agoura 16. Records — Agoura 19-4, 8-2, Royal 1-21, 0-10.

Westlake 70, Newbury Park 58--Tyler Adamczyk scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead host Westlake (12-8, 6-3). Devin Entrikin contributed 18 points and Kole Anderson had 12. Adam Carlson led Newbury Park (12-9, 3-7) with 21 points while Aaron Bobik scored 12. Newbury Park (58) — Bobik 12, Vann 2, Flores 6, Randall 9, Meru 8, Carlson 21.  Oak Park (65) — Mazarie 7, Anderson 12, Entrikin 18, Dehner 9, Graham 2, Adamczyk 19, Duplessie 3. NP--19  16  13   10--56;  OP-26  16  12  16--65  3-Point goals — Newbury Park 5 (Bobik 2, Meru 2, Carlson 1). Westlake 7 (Mazarie 1, Anderson 1, Entrikin 2, Dehner 3). Rebounds — Westlake (Adamczyk 9). Assists — Westlake (Anderson 5, Mazarei 5). Records — Newbury Park 12-9, 3-7; Westlake 12-8, 6-3.

Thousand Oaks 65, Moorpark 61--The Lancers were led by Kyle Kegley's 26 points, outscored the Musketeers (15-10, 4-6) 20-7 in the third quarter and then held on for the Marmonte League victory at Moorpark. Thousand Oaks (65) — Anderson 6, Rex 2, Kegley 26, Olson 18, Myers 13. Moorpark (61) — Willis 6, Kauffmann 4, S. Fortman 5, Adibzadeh 9, Ceja 3, Russ 14, Sharpe 7, Estandia 13. TO--15   8  20  22--65;  Moorpark--14  15  7  25--61   3-Point goals — Thousand Oaks 5 (Myers 2, Kegley 2, Anderson 1). Moorpark 7 (Willis 2, Fortman 1, Russ 3, Sharpe 1). Rebounds — Moorpark (Estandia 9). Assists — Moorpark (Fortman 4, Sharpe 4). Record — Moorpark 15-10, 4-6, Thousand Oaks--n/a

Metro League

Cal Lutheran 40,  Riverside Christian 39-- Wildomar Cal Lutheran held off a rally in the second half to win a Metro League game. Riverside Christian went on 28-12 run in the third, but was held to four points in the fourth. Records: Cal Lutheran 9-0, 12-5. Riverside Christian 5-5 in league.   RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (39) -- Decarlos 14, Ayres 10, Manning 9, Bowels 4, Williams 2.   CAL LUTHERAN (40) -- Neujahr 11, Johnson 8, Bahn 7, Wenzel 6, Baker 4, Lyon 4, Lemmerman 2. Halftime score -- Cal Lutheran 28-11. Three-point goals -- Decarlos 4, Ayres 2, Johnson 2, Bahn. Total fouls -- Riverside Christian 8, Cal Lutheran 9. Fouled out -- none.

Miramonte League

Charter Oak 85, Garey 68--chargter Oak improved to 19-5, 6-2 in league while Garey fell to 2-22, 0-8 in league.

Pomona 61, Diamond Ranch 53-- First-place Pomona overcame an early deficit to defeat Diamond Ranch 61-53 Friday night in a Miramonte League showdown at Pomona High School. Diamond Ranch led by as many as eight points in the first quarter, making three 3-pointers in the first five minutes.Diamond Ranch made only two threes the rest of the game. Pomona (19-5, 7-1) got back into the game, then used a 16-4 run late in the second quarter and early in the third to seemingly take control at 37-24 a minute into the third quarter.  The Red Devils led by as many as 14 in the third quarter, but the Panthers (14-10, 5-3) battled back to within 53-50 on a Kenneth Ubom layup with 3:48 to play in the game. But the Panthers couldn't get any closer, as Pomona's Odell Howard controlled the boards in the fourth quarter. Howard had six of his 10 rebounds in the fourth, to go along with a game-high 17 points.  Pomona also got 10 points from Embert Madison before fouling out and nine points and nine rebounds from Spencer Smith. The Panthers were led by Richard Coombs and Ubom, who scored 11 apiece. Coombs had seven rebounds. DIAMOND RANCH (53) Laurie 2, Coombs 11, Williams 3, Ubom 11, Eiamratchanee 3, Flagg 3, Davis 3, Lyons 6, Criscione 7, Calahan 4. POMONA (61) Howard 17, Tosca 3, Holden 7, Dang 7, Madison 10, Smith 9, Buchanan 8. Diamond Ranch 15 9 15 14 -- 53 Pomona 12 19 18 12 -- 61 Total fouls: DR 20, P 17. Fouled out: Madison (P). Technical fouls: none.

HH Wilson 64, Los Altos 58-- The Wildcats outlasted their archrivals behind the steady play of Mike Quezada, who finished with 19 points. Josh Allen led Los Altos with 19 points and Anthony Garcia had 11.

Mission League

Loyola 79, Alemany 40--Loyola was led by Omar Wilkes with 14, Josh Flynn Brown i, Rucker 10, Crosner 10, Balagla7, Elliot 8, Jones 4, Simmons 3, Collins 3, and Sias 3;  Alemany was led by Evan Cline with 14.  Alemany is now 5-17 and winless in leagu eat 0-9, while Loyola finds itself in first in the Mission League race, tied with  Notre Dame at 7-3 (16-6 overall).

Chaminade 55, Harvard-Westlake 46--Jordan O'Gilvie had 17 points and Jeff Hufford added 15 points as the 10th-ranked Eagles of West Hills (16-8, 7-4 in league) stayed in the Mission League hunt with a win over the Wolverines of Studio City (9-14, 3-7) at Harvard-Westlake.

Notre Dame 66, Crespi 54-- After losing three of four games over the last two weeks, the Knights (19-5, 7-3) have rebounded with two straight victories, and they can clinch the league championship with a victory over visiting Loyola on Monday.  Notre Dame's Cody Pearson celebrated his 18th birthday with 20 points, 17 in the second half period. Buoyed by a boisterous and enthusiastic home crowd, Crespi opened a 11-point lead. But Notre Dame pulled away 26-25 on David Salazar's 3-pointer with 1:35 remaining before halftime. Andrew Moore scored 23 points for Crespi, but he converted just 6 of 20 field goals. Moore and fellow guards Allan Ellis and Charlie Shiebler were a combined 8 for 33 from the field.  Mike Luderer added 18 points for Notre Dame, David Hungerford chipped in nine and Salazar had seven. 

Mission Valley League

El Monte 84, Rosemead 76--Enrique Ultreras had the hot hand for the Lions, scoring a team-high 25 points to key the victory.  The Lions' victory spoiled a big night by Panthers forward Kevin Chang, who finished with 29 points. Richard Van Zant had 21 for Rosemead; Julio Alvarez finished with 17 for El Monte, including five 3-pointers in the first half..  El Monte improved to 6-2 in league. Rosemead fell to 14-10, 5-3.

South El Monte 57, Arroyo 52 (2OT)-- Senior Rudy Sotelo scored 18 of his team-high 22 points after halftime, including six in overtime, as the Eagles (6-17, 2-6) won in dramatic fashion.

Gabrielino 43, Mountain View 34--Gabrielino improved ot 9-15, 5-3, while Mountain View is 2-6 in league.

Montview League

La Puente 57, Gladstone 48--The Warriors scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to rally for the victory.  Darrell White paced the Warriors with 25 points and Dominique Nevers scored 13. Conrad Olivera led the Gladiators with 22 points. Gladstone is now 9-7, 5-3, La Puente is 2-6 in league.

Workman 66, Bassett 55-- Freddy Lemus scored 27 points, including 17 in the second half, to put the Lobos back in the hunt for a playoff spot. Oscar Lares scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half to go with 13 rebounds for Workman. Workman is 10-12, 4-4, Bassett is 8-12, 6-2.

Duarte 70, Azusa 47-- Duarte improved to 15-7, 7-1. Alton Preston scored 24 ponits and Ray Rogers had 17, while Alonzo Miller had 14 for Duarte.

Moore League

Lakewood 72, LB Wilson 58--Lakewood improved to 11-13, 3-7 with the win.  Armond Ivory scored 14 ponts and John Wegner had 12 for Lakewood.  Robert Hicks hit 6 three pointers for Lakewood.  Quishawn Harrell led Wilson with 15 points.

Poly 96, Compton 56--Poly clinched at least a tie for the Moore League title and improved to 20-5, 11-0.  Mike Roche scored 10 ;points and Marcedes Lewis had 22 and 12 rebounds.

Mt. Baldy League

Ontario 91, Montclair 51--Ontario (18-5, 8-0) clinched at least a tie for the Mt. Baldy League championship behind Cameron Munoz's game-high 26 points and seven rebounds and Marcus Mack's 11 points and 11 rebounds. The Jaguars also received 10 rebounds from David Dunn and six assists from Marcel Mack. ONTARIO (91) Rasheed 18, Marcel Mack 5, Munoz 26, Barbosa 2, Marcus Mack 11, Stepney 7, Mitchell 8, Alhadeff 4, Kinney 5, Dunn 5. MONTCLAIR (53) Walk 7, Stanley 14, Field 14, Jenkins 7, Shar 4, Robins 7. Ontario 21 22 18 30 -- 91 Montclair 17 3 14 19 -- 53 Total fouls: O 23, M 22. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Stanley (M). 

Rancho Cucamonga 66, Chaffey 62--Justian Hamilton scored 16 points with 12 rebounds and Steve Watts had 22 points for the Cougars (8-16, 2-6). Cheddell Hunte scored 21 for Chaffey.CHAFFEY (62) McGhee 13, Walker 7, Avina 2, Miranda 9, Cardenas 2, Hunte 21, Sconiers 8. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (66) Gilchrist 11, Hamlton 16, Acuna 3, Steinmetz 3, Aylor 2, Iszard 2, Brown 7, Watts 22. Chaffey 16 15 14 17 -- 62 Rancho 13 16 18 19 -- 66 Total fouls: C 18, RC 14. Fouled out: Aylor (RC). Technical fouls: none.

Etiwanda 69, Alta Loma 55--Junior Denson scored 19 points and Sean Moore added 12 in the loss for Alta Loma (10-14, 3-5). Jon Boyd scored 25 points for Etiwanda (6-2). ETIWANDA (69) Flax 7, Vasquez 5, J. Dowd 6, Johnson 9, Boyd 25, N. Dowd 16, Shadwick 1. ALTA LOMA (55) Denson 19, Patterson 1, Staley 2, Yaisreal 3, Luna 7, Newton 3, Moore 12, Evans 7, Hynes 1. Etiwanda 22 15 14 18 -- 69 Alta Loma 8 16 19 12 -- 55 Total fouls: E 23, AL 23. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Northern League

Arroyo Grande 84, Lompoc 54-- Phillip Johnson and Ryan Zimmerman each scored 20 points as Arroyo Grande wrapped up its second Northern League championship Friday with an 84-54 victory over Lompoc in James Gym The Eagles, who have won 15 of 16 league games over the last two years, improved to 22-2 on the season. Lompoc fell to 14-10 and 5-3.  Two other Eagles scored in double figures in the rout. Luke Caywood tallied 17 points and Sean Shields added 10. Zimmerman made four 3-pointers while Caywood sank three.  Arroyo Grande romped to leads of 27-7 after one quarter, 48-21 at halftime and 68-36 by the end of the third period. David English scored 16 points for Lompoc and Joel Smith added 15. Arroyo Grande faces Righetti (13-10, 3-5) in the opening round of the Northern League Tournament on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Santa Maria High School. The finals are on Friday at San Luis Obispo High School.

Santa Maria 64, San Luis Obispo 62--Santa Maria made seven of eight free throws in the final 42 seconds to hold off San Luis Obispo in Tiger Gym and earn its first league victory of the season. Despite the loss, the Tigers finished in a tie for third place with Righetti and will play second-place Lompoc in the opening round of the Northern League Tournament on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at Santa Maria High School. San Luis Obispo (6-16, 3-5) overcame an early 9-2 deficit with a 13-0 run and led by 10 points, 21-11, early in the second quarter when Jake Rowley hit a 14-footer from the left side of the key. Santa Maria (6-14, 1-7) regained the lead with a 9-0 run before halftime and led 30-29 at the break. The lead switched hands on numerous occasions in the second half until Steven Valdez made four straight free throws, giving Santa Maria a 61-57 lead. The Tigers could never fully recover. Jeff Mahin was fouled with 3.1 seconds left while attempting a three-pointer and went to the line with a chance to tie the game. But he made only one free throw. On the final shot, the ball went out of bounds to San Luis Obispo with eight-tenths of a second left. Jeff Jenkins received the inbounds pass, but did not get the shot off in time. Tiger head coach John Dignan was assessed a technical foul with 42 seconds left for being two steps out of his coaching box. Valdez made both free throws. Santa Maria head coach Jeff Tuckness was at halfcourt in the frantic final 3.1 seconds, shouting instructions to his players. No technical foul was called. Santa Maria made six of 11 three-pointers, including three each by Valdez and Michael Oani. Oani and Rodney Johnson each scored 15 points and Valdez added 13 for the Saints. Senior forward Chad Vicory tallied 19 points for San Luis Obispo. Junior forward Ian Jorgeson came off the bench to contribute 16 points and seven rebounds while Jenkins had 10 points. The Tigers lost despite making 51 percent of their floor shots and compiling a 31-22 advantage on the boards.

Ocean League

El Segundo 63, Culver City 53--Dashawn Strong had 24 points and nine rebounds and Jeramie Hopsson had 23 points and seven rebounds as the Eagles (15-10, 9-3) remained in first place. Jermell Robinson had 10 rebounds and Mike McCullough had six assists. Culver City is 7-5 in league.

South Torrance 54, Torrance 53--Matt Peterson led South Torrance (16-7, 9-3) with 20 points and 11 rebounds on the road. Torrance is 12-11, 7-5.

Compton Centenial 65, Hwwthorne 40-- Sterling Byrd and Anthony Davis each scored 12 points to lead the Apaches (5-7 in league after forfeiting 11 games) past the Cougars (4-8)  Antonio Griffin also scored 11 p;oints and 10 rebounds, for Centennial.

Olympic League

Calvary /Chapel Santa Ana 46, Maranatha 40--Maranatha was led by David Newkirk's 18 points but it wasn't enough as CC SA was led by Olivas with 20 and Filkey with 11. Calvary Chapel improved to 17-5, 7-1, while Maranatha dropped to 9-10, 2-5 and is in danger of missing out on the playoffs.

Orange Lutheran 89, Whittier Christian 42--OL improved to 11-10, 7-1 while Whittier remains winless in league, and has just one win on the year: 1-20, 0-8.  Johnson had 23 for Whittier Christian and Orange Lutheran was led by five players in double figures:  Tauylor 10, Goedl 14, Jenkins 12, Troyer 12, Helm 10.

Valley Christian Cerritos 63, Brethren Christian 52-- VC improved to 15-5, 6-2, while BC dropped to 7-16, 1-7.  BC was led by Cooley 15, and McDonald 12.  VC was led by Lovinger with 16 and Swain with 16.

Orange League

Valencia 39, Magnolia 37--Chris Franklin scored 13 points to lead the visiting Tigers (17-8, 6-2).  Geoffrey Clayton scored a game-high 20 points for the Sentinels (13-11, 5-3).

Brea Olinda 62, Savanna 49--Ryan Moore had 16 points to lead Brea to thw win. Brea is now 6-1 in league, while Savanna dropped to 9-15 overall and 3-5 in league.

Anaheim 46, Western 41--Anaheim was led by Quinn Hawkings' 20 points and they are now 2-6 in league while Western dropped to 7-14, 1-7.

Pacific League

Muir 52, Glendale 41--Joseph Frazier finished up with 19 points, three blocks and three steals and frontliner Ryan Hollins was a major defensive presence in the paint as the Mustangs (22-2, 8-0) kept on pace for another league title. The Nitros (9-15, 1-7 in league) succumbed to Muir, ranked second in CIF Southern Section Division IIA. Muir swept the season series against Glendale. The Mustangs defeated Glendale, 65-41, on Jan. 19 at Muir.  Glendale's Hugo Guerrero scored on a layup to make it 45-41 Muir with one minute, 24 seconds left in the fourth quarter, but Muir's Ryan Hollins converted on a three-point play on the ensuing possession to seal the victory. Muir 13 15 11 13 -- 52  Glendale 13 12 8 8 41  MUIR -- Wormley 6, Willis 3, Hollins 8, Frazier 19, Hall 8, Thomas 2, Johnson 3, Davis 3.   Three-pointers: Wormley 2, Hall, Davis.  GLENDALE -- Guerrero 14, Calton 8, Nicholas 5, Van Patten 5, Karibyan 3, Hall 6.  Three-pointers: Calton, Nicholas

Crescenta Valley 80, Hoover 64--The Tornadoes limited CV's Jimmy Goffredo to just 10 points, Chris Tarne to 11 and James Jenkins to 16, all below their season averages, but still couldn't pull off the win.  The Tornadoes (9-13, 2-6 in league) were hurt by CV's Chris Luansing, who had two three-pointers in the first half to help CV get a sizable, 37-27, lead, and he ultimately finished with 18.  Hoover's Haik Stepanyan, a junior, had a game-high 22 points and Chris Rivera,  a sophomore, had 16 points before fouling out in the fourth.  Hoover 14 13 19 18 -- 64  CV 23 14 21 22 -- 80  HOOVER -- Baghdasarian 11, Akopyan 8, Stepanyan 22, Rivera 16, Ismalian 4 and 8 rebounds, Markossian 3. Three-pointers: Stepanyan 3, Baghdasarian, Markossian. CV -- Goffredo 10, Tarne 11, Kula 4, Kang 12 and 15 rebounds, Jenkins 16 and 8 rebounds, Luansing 18, Pari 8 and 6 rebounds, DerMugerdichian 1.  Three-pointers: Luansing 6.

Pacific Coast League

Northwood 77, Costa Mesa 61--The Costa Mesa boys basketball team had a strong start, but a not so fortunate finish as the Mustangs lost, 77-61, at Northwood in Pacific Coast League action Friday. Costa Mesa (15-9, 5-3 in league) jumped out to a 16-10 first quarter lead, but the Timberwolves (18-6, 5-3) charged back with a 20-9 run to close out the first half. Mustang guard David Conte finished with a team-high 16 points, while Chad Vakili (13 points) and Nolan Clark 10) also scored in double figures.  Northwood's Drew Terry scored a game-high 24 points. The Mustangs moved to a second-place tie with the Timberwolves with each team one game behind PCL leader University.  Costa Mesa is at Laguna Beach Tuesday.  Costa Mesa 16 9 10 26 - 61Northwood 10 20 17 30 - 77Costa Mesa - Conte 16, Vakili 13, Clark 10, Payne 9, Whittaker 8, Krikorian 5. Northwood - Terry 24, Sellway 14, Howard 12, Sanchez 11, Bailey 7, Lee 5, Roggero 4.

Estancia 64, Corona del Mar 48--Estancia Eagles' junior Micah Young turned another veteran-like performance with 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles' attack. Senior Eliasar Maldonado added 15 points for Estancia (9-14, 4-4 in league), while Kenny Valbuena chipped in nine points and 12 rebounds. The Sea Kings (10-15, 4-4) were led by Zach Brewster, who scored a career-high 21 points and eight rebounds. Idean Shahangian chipped in 18.   The Eagles wrap up their week at home against Northwood on Tuesday, before concluding their PCL schedule at University. The Sea Kings play at Uni on Tuesday before wrapping up their season at home against Costa Mesa. All games are set for 7 p.m. and all are must-win games for both local schools. Corona del Mar 13 6 20 9 - 48  Estancia 15 15 13 21 - 64  Corona del Mar - Brewster 21, Shahangian 18, Alshuler 5, K, Mancillas 2, Marston 2, Richardson 0, Snell 0, B. Mancillas 0, Glass 0.  3-pt. goals - Shahangian 1.  Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.   Estancia - Young 28, Maldonado 15, K. Valbuena 9, Cachola 4, D. Valbuena 4, Berame 2, Rodriguez 1, Prado 1, Niles 0.  3-pt. goals - Maldonado 2, Cachola 1. Fouled out - none.  Technicals - none.

University 108, Laguna Beach 64--Jason Garey scored a game-high 30 points, including six three-point goals to lead the visiting Trojans (14-9, 6-2). Hiro Christophe added 13 points, including a pair of three-point goals for University.  Will Blodgett scored 23 points to lead the Artists (4-19, 0-8).

Pacific View League

Oxnard 66, Channel Islands 42--Nicholas Curtis had 16 points and 10 rebounds as Oxnard (21-3, 6-0) clinched a share of its third straight league title. Shamir Simmons had 14 points. Curtis and Simmons combined for 18 points as Oxnard jumped out to a 20-2 first-quarter lead. Jonathan Davis had five points and eight assists. Alex Solis had 20 points for Channel Islands (8-14, 3-4). Channel Islands (42) — Avila 5, Berrezella 8, Gagliardo 2, Diaz 2, Morton 2, Tamayo 2, Baier 1, Solis 20. Oxnard (66) — Parker 4, Latimer 2, Webb 3, Curtis 16, Beltran 2, Murray 4, Simmons 14, Monnette 4, Ludy 3, Kurz 7, Davis 5, Abair 2. Ox--20  12  25  9--66;   CI---2  13  10  17--42  3-Point goals — Channel Islands (Avila, Solis). Oxnard (Curtis, Webb, Davis). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — Oxnard (Curtis 10). Assists — Oxnard (Davis 8). Total fouls — Channel Islands 17, Oxnard 18. Record — Oxnard 21-3, 6-0.

Camarillo 67, Hueneme 52--Jared Jungwirth registered 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead host Camarillo (12-12, 2-4). Ian Caldwell added 18 points, including four 3-pointers, while Matt Wallman scored 12. Hueneme (1-6) was led by Frank Orocio (four 3-pointers) with 16 points and Richard Jones with 14. Hueneme (52) — Lugo 5, Hawkins 5, Lemos 2, Jones 14, Arocio 16, Abarca 4, Forbes 6. Camarillo (52) — Alstot 5, Caldwell 18, Boyer 1, Jungwirth 19, Reichel 4, Rasp 8, Wallman 12.   H--7  16  13  14--67;  Cam--17  20  12  18--52   3-Point goals — Hueneme 4 (Arocio 4). Camarillo 7 (Caldwell 4, Rasp 2, Wallman 1). Rebounds — Camarillo (Jungwirth 12). Records — Hueneme 1-6; Camarillo 12-12, 2-4.

Prep League

Pasadena Poly 55, Webb 48--Freshman Matt Sargeant scored 18 points an dMarshall Duncan had 11 as did Ini Archibong for Poly (8-11, 4-2) in the win over Webb, which remains winless at 0-6 in league.

Chadwick 66, Rio Hondo 41--Peter McCaslin scored 19 points to lead host Chadwick (13-7, 6-0).

Rio Hondo League

South Pasadena 45, San Marino 41--South Pasadena improved to 3-4 in league and was led by Abe Apraku with 15 points;  San Marino is 3-20, 0-7 on the season.

La Canada 67, Temple City 55--Robbie Neyland scored 16 points and Jordan Ballard added 13 as La Canada cruised to victory.  The Rams were led by Desmond Reed's 16 points and Kevin Sweeney's 15. Temple City fell to La Canada (18-6, 5-3 in league) for the second time this season. In its first meeting on Jan. 17, Temple City lost, 63-44, at La Canada High. Last night Robbie  Neyland had a game-high 16 points, including 11 in the first half to help his team build a 37-23 lead at halftime. Greg Gaudino had seven points and Phillip Swenson added 11. When it wasn't Neyland or Hofman, who had 10 points, with nine coming from beyond the three-point arc, who were draining three-pointers in front of helpless Ram defenders, Ballard gladly stepped in. The trio combined to hit seven three pointers.  Ballard had 11 points in the first quarter as La Canada shot seven for 12 (58.3%) from the field to take a comfortable, 18-4, lead. Temple City shot just two for 13 (15.4%) from the field in the opening quarter and 19 for 55 (34.5%) in the game. In the second quarter, Temple City (11-12, 3-5 in league) fought back to within six points with four minutes remaining, but never got any closer.  Ram guard Desmond Reed had a team-high 16 points before he fouled out in the third quarter with two minutes left.  La Canada 18 19 14 16 -- 67  Temple City 4 19 13 21 -- 55  La Canada -- Neyland 16, Ballard 13, Swenson 11, Hofman 10, Gaudino 7, Kim 2, Moore 2, Turley 2, De Vore 2, Barnes 2. Three-pointers: Hofman 3, Neyland 2, Ballard 2. Temple City -- Reed 16, Sweeney 15, Engeman 10, Chin 9, J. Eskander 5. Three-pointers: Reed 2, Chin, J. Eskander.

San Andreas League

Pacific 90, San Bernardino 58--Darnell Jury led San Bernardino Pacific in this San Andreas League game with his game-high 29 points (26 in the first half), eight assists and six steals. Anthony Bradley and Chris Adams both had 11 rebounds.  PACIFIC (90) -- Davis 7, Bradley 10, Spann 3, Jury 29, Kinser 10, Cole 2, Easley 6, McGhee 5, Adams 18. SAN BERNARDINO (58) -- Thomas 7, Tidwell 22, White 16, Daniels 1, Stotts 4, Palmore 2, Evans 4, Johnson 2. Halftime score -- Pacific 45-25. Three-point goals -- Davis, Spann, Jury 6, White 2. Total fouls -- Pacific 18, San Bernardino 22. Fouled out -- Palmore. Records: Pacific 7-1, 16-6.

San Gorgonio 70, Yucaipa 49--Joe White was 8 of 11 from the field with three three-pointers, finishing with 23 points in San Bernardino San Gorgonio's victory. Shawn Buckingham added 13 points and eight blocks. YUCAIPA (49) -- King 2, Craig 15, Lewis 3, Simmons 4, Watkins 6, Orr 10, Brown 7, Renich 2. SAN GORGONIO (70) -- Houston 7, Harris 6, White 22, Lewis 5, Leach 6, Buckingham 13, Sherman 5, Dowdy 6.  Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 38-24 . Three-point goals -- Lewis, Orr, White 3, Houston, Harris, Lewis, Sherman. Total fouls -- Yucaipa 15, San Gorgonio 13. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Yucaipa 0-8, 2-22. San Gorgonio 4-4, 14-10.

San Gabriel Valey League

Warren 54, Paramount 38--Senior guard Jimmy Shul scored 17 points and Aaron Hobbensiefken scored 13 as the Bears (17-7, 4-4) won.   Julian Assibey scored 11 for the Bears.

Gahr 47, Lynwood 44--Gahr improved to 13-12, 4-5 with the win. Romalice Reed scored 20.  Lynwood fell to 4-12, 3-5.  Keyon Kensie led Lynwood with 17 points and 15 rebounds.

Santa Fe League

La Salle 63, Murphy 51-- La Salle (15-8, 6-2), which has suffered at least one poor quarter in each of its previous 22 games, found intensity for the complete game in a dominating 63-51 victory over visiting Murphy High (17-6, 6-2). The victory places La Salle and Murphy in a tie for second place in the Santa Fe League. Both teams play league-leading Cathedral next week and could force a three-way league championship with victories.  The Lancers, who never trailed, pushed a five-point halftime lead to 20 points with a 17-2 run at the start of the second half. Despite connecting on only seven of 19 shots in the third quarter, La Salle took advantage of solid offensive rebounding for second-chance points and held the Nobles scoreless for first 6:22 of the period.  Defensively, the Lancers forced the Nobles into a perimeter game, forcing low-percentage shots and stuffing anyone attempting to drive toward the basket. They gave up just one shot from the field, a 3-pointer by Justin Turman with 1:38 to play in the quarter.  Inside, Austin Richey (7 points) and Chris Rakiewicz (12 points) combined to block 11 shots and 15 rebounds. The duo powered the offensive glass, accounting for four second-chance baskets in the third quarter. Matt Kelley collected six rebounds and scored a game-high 16 points from a variety of different spots on the floor.For Murphy Turman had 15 points, including three three-pointers and Robert Soriano-Hewitt scored 12 points for the Nobles and hit two 3-pointers in the first half. Anthony Napolitano scored nine points to lead the Lancer guards.

Bell Jeff 75, Salesian 64-- Bell Jeff was led by Casey Markovic's 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Andy Bunning had 15 and 15 rebounds, and Tyler Kealey scored 14 points and 12 assists.  Tony Essa had 6 points and 5 steals as Bell Jeff improved to 13-10, 3-5 in leauge. Saliesian is now 1-7 in league.

Cathedral 79, St Genevieve 72-- Cathedral improved to 13-8, 8-0 in league, while St. Gen dropped to 8-11, and remains winless in league at 0-8.   Earvin aJohnson scored 20 points and Ryan Ramos scored 11.

Sea View League

Woodbridge 73, Newport Harbor 55--The loss dropped the Sailors to 18-6, 4-3 in league, while Woodbridge improved to 20-4, 6-0.  The Warriors made 14 of 23 field-goal attempts (61%) in the first half and forced 11 Newport Harbor turnovers, en route to a 35-25 lead.   Newport, executing some of Hirst's halftime adjustments, pulled to within 39-35 with 4:50 left in the third.  With Aaron Yarnal, Tony Melum and Eric Peterson sharing the 19 third-quarter points for the hosts, Woodbridge took a vulnerable 51-44 lead into the final period. Newport Harbor got it down to 61-55 with 2:39 remaining, that was as close as it got as Woodbridge scored the next 12 points in the game. Tony Melum finished with 19 points and 15 rebounds, while Yarnal got 12 of his 17 points after halftime and finished 8 of 14 from the field.  Woodbridge senior Tashaan Forehan-Kelly finished with 25 points. Junior point guard Patrick Haddan, a Mater Dei transfer, finish with eight assists and 10 points, while senior Danny Lambert, had 15 points and 8 rebounds. Woodbridge 17 18 16 22 - 73  Newport Harbor 11 14 19 11 - 55  Woodbridge - Forehan-Kelly 25, Lambert 15, Haddan 10, Wheeler 9, Koeller 7, Burgess 4, Edmondson 3.   3-pt. goals - Forehan-Kelly 2, Koeller 1, Edmondson 1.  Fouled out - none.   Technicals - none. Newport Harbor - Melum 19, Yarnal 17, Perrine 7, Peterson 7, Pajevic 5, Young 0, Diefenbach 0.  3-pt. goals - Perrine 1, Peterson 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

Laguna Hills 57, Aliso Niguel 55--Chris Lee's three-pointer at the buzzer helped lift the Hawks (15-10, 2-5) past the host Wolverines (14-10, 3-3).

Serra League

Mater Dei 78, Servite 50--Mater Dei (22-2, 5-0) started all its seniors, played everybody and led nearly start to finish in its last home game. Cedric Bozeman was the high scorer with 21 points. Travis Ferracioli led Servite with 15 points.

Sierra League

Damien 67, West Covina 57--Damien (16-9, 5-3) went on a 7-0 run with 6:21 left in the fourth quarter to break a 45-45 tie to give the Spartans the win. Ralph David scored 21 points with six rebounds and Aaron Garcia scored 22 points, 14 in the fourth quarter, with six assists for the Spartans. Adam Buffum recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists.DAMIEN (67) Potain 6, Clark 4, David 21, Buffum 10, Garcia 22, Alba 2, Daley 2. WEST COVINA (57) LaBomme 20, Jinna 17, McIntosh 5, Goree 2, Brown 4, Yeung 7, Rosales 2. Damien 13 14 16 24 -- 67 West Covina 13 10 14 20 -- 57 Total fouls: D 14, WC 20. Fouled out: Clark (D). Technical fouls: none.

Ayala 61, Diamond Bar 38-- Ayala's boys basketball team took it to Diamond Bar early and often, blitzing the visiting Brahmas, 61-38, in a Sierra League contest. Ayala scored the game's first eight points and never looked back. The victory put the Bulldogs (18-5 overall, 6-2 league) and Brahmas (11-13, 6-2) in a dead heat for a championship with two league games remaining.   Three Ayala players tied for the team lead with Jonathan Antolin, Lucas Sanchez and Kyle Gregory all scoring 12 points.DIAMOND BAR (38) Ford 6, Morita 3, Robinson 6, Johnson 3, Jecmen 16, Allen 4. AYALA (61) Antolin 12, Stephens 6, Sanchez 12, Jones 9, Gregory 12, Quinn 6, Hatch 4.Diamond Bar 11 5 16 6 -- 38 Ayala 22 11 13 15 -- 61 Total fouls: DB 16, A 18. Fouled out: Garcia (DB). Technical fouls: Garcia (DB).

Nogales 48, Rowland 47--Quentin Rodgers hit a six-foot bank shot for the Nobles with nine seconds to go, but the victory wasn't official until Jeremiah Barnes' shot at the buzzer missed.

South Coast League

Capistrano Valley 62, El Toro 60--Capo Valley (21-3, 8-0) completed a season sweep of the Chargers (21-3, 6-2) and clinched the South Coast League title.  Capo Valley appeared to have things in control as it had possession and a 60-59 lead with 33 seconds left. But the Cougars committed a backcourt violation, giving the ball to the Chargers. El Toro's Ken Tanaka missed a jumper but got his own rebound. He then passed to Ashkan Nazeri, who lost the ball out of bounds.  The Chargers then fouled Capo Valley's Matt Sweany, and he converted both free throws to give the Cougars a 62-59 lead with four seconds remaining. The Chargers had one last chance when Matt Green was fouled, sending him to the free throw line.  Green made the first foul shot and intentionally missed the second. He got his own rebound, but his shot nicked the front of the rim as time expired.  Pete DeCasas carried Capistano Valley in the first half, scoring 21 of the team's 31 points. He also had four rebounds. Green led the Chargers with a team-high 23 points and 12 rebounds.

Mission Viejo 59, Trabuco Hills 56--Matt Cole made four of four free throws in the last two minutes to seal the victory for visiting Mission Viejo (15-9, 4-4). Travis Niesen had 23 points and 11 rebounds for the Diablos (3-5). Ian Wright led Trabuco Hills with 16 points.

Southwestern League

Chaparral 66, Elsinore 65 (2OT)--Chaparral's Joe Buller hit a 25-foot, off-balance three-pointer at the end of regulation to tie the score at 56 at the end of regulation. Ryan Cirillo gave Elsinore a 65-64 lead with four seconds left, but Joe Buller was fouled with one second left and made two free throws to give Chaparral the victory. Ryan Lux of Elsinore led all scorers with 23 points, and Travon Keahey added 14 for the Tigers. CHAPARRAL (66) -- Castillo 5, Newman 5, Buller 23, Craig 10, Chodola 2, Castro 4, Cooke 17. ELSINORE (65) -- Keahey 14, Green 5, Lux 23, Cirillo 15, Kondus 4, Wolter 4. Halftime score -- Elsinore 32-30. Regulation 56-56, First Overtime 60-60. Three-point goals -- Castillo, Buller, Cooke, Keahey 2, Lux 3, Cirillo. Total fouls -- Chaparral 26, Elsinore 19. Fouled out -- Newman, Castillo, Craig. Technical fouls -- Wolter.  Records: Chaparral 4-2, 17-6; Elsinore 1-6, 13-10.

Murrieta Valley 59, Temescal Canyon 58-- Dan Larsen had 24 points to lead Murrietta Valley past Temescal Canyon in Southwestern League play. Temescal Canyon had a chance to take the lead in the final seconds of the game but Joe Roberson's shot rimmed out. Kris Maxey led Elsinore with 23 points, including five three point field goals. MURRIETA VALLEY (59) -- Ricks 10, Larsen 24, Campbell 13, Richardson 8, Rider 2, Linsley 2. TEMESCAL CANYON (58) -- Maxey 23, Zarbok 8, Kennedy 5, Cleary 7, Roberson 10, Wing 3, Peterson 2.  Halftime score -- Murrieta Valley 34-23. Three-point goals -- Maxey 5, Roberson, Larsen 2, Richardson 2. Total fouls -- Murrieta Valley 10, Temescal Canyon 13. Fouled out -- None. Records: Temescal Canyon 5-1, 19-6. Murrieta Valley 5-1

Suburban League

Mayfair 57, Bellflower 51-- Josh Childress and Edwin Draughan both scored 14 points to lead the Monsoons (20-3, 10-0) past the Buccaneers. Matt McCraw also scored 11 and dished out 6 assists.  Justin Allen had 16 for Bellflower.

Artesia 53, La Mirada 35--Malcolm Herron scored 11 and Tony Roberts scored 10 as the Pioneers  improved to 19-4, 9-1.

Sunbelt League

West Valley 78, Paloma Valley 36 -- WEST VALLEY (78) -- Alvarez 4, Nevarez 16, Hulstrom 10, Williams 6, Lebaron 12, Roguemore 3, Pierce 17, Stack 2, Washington 8. PALOMA VALLEY (36) -- Occhino 6, Mejia 20, McNulty 2, Farjarto 6, Malone 2.  Halftime score -- West Valley 36-26. Three-point goals -- Nevarez 4, Hultsromm 2, Labaron 4, Roguemore, Occhino 2, Mejia 2. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 8, West Valley 16. Fouled out -- none. Records: West Valley 5-1 in Sunbelt, 11-13, Paloma 0-7.

Perris 68, Rancho Verde 61 --Jason Zimmer scored nine of his 19 points in the fourth quarter as Perris turned back Moreno Valley Rancho Verde's rally to take over second place in the Sunbelt League. Rancho Verde rallied from a 16-point first-half deficit, pulling even with six minutes left. But Perris hit 12 free throws down the stretch. Zimmer had 10 rebounds. J.S. Nash, blanked in the first quarter, scored 19 points in the second half.  RANCHO VERDE (61) -- Nogueira 0, Nash 26, Walker 22, Winston 3, A.Singfield 2, Baker 2, Buckle 2, Brown 4. PERRIS (68) -- Gilliam 7, Zimmer 19, Johnson 15, Miller 10, Gordon 6, Hunter 4, Ndukwe 2, Robinson 5. Halftime score -- Perris 34-23. Three-point goals -- Nash 3, Walker 2, Gilliam, Johnson. Total fouls -- Rancho Verde 22, Perris 19. Fouled out -- Gordon, Nash. Technical foul -- Nash.   Records: Rancho Verde 4-2, 14-10. Perris 5-2, 14-7.

Sunset League

Esperanza 61, Huntington Beach 51--Esperanza was led by Vicencia with 17 and White with 17. Esperanza moved up to 11-13, 4-4, while Huntginton Beach dropped to 8-16, 0-8.

Marina 74, Edison 64--Beau Brown hit a three-pointer in the last two minutes as the Vikings (9-15, 4-4) pulled away. Brown finished with 17 points and seven assists; Bucky Nadazdin scored 18. Matt Gonzales led Edison (8-14, 2-6) with 20 points.

Los Alamitos 35, Fountain Valley 34--Eddie Courtemarche scored a game-high 13 points to lead the host Griffins (14-8, 8-0).   Deshaun Jones added 11 points, including a pair of game-winning foul shots with 11 seconds remaining for Los Alamitos. Tucker Fendon scored a team-high nine points for the Barons.  Fountain Valley is now 14-9, 6-2.

Tri-Valley League

St. Bonaventure 74, Bishop Diego 56-Chris Saunders and Wade DeSmidt combined for 38 points as the unbeaten Seraphs clinched at least a tie for the Tri-Valley League title with a home  victory. Saunders tallied 20 points while the 6-10 DeSmidt had 18 for St. Bonaventure (6-0, 16-5), which scored the last 10 points of the first half to take a 35-25 lead.  Matt Korsan and Jason Renick topped the Cardinals with 11 points apiece.  BISHOP DIEGO -- Renick 11, Jahangir 4, Perez 4, Frawley 4, Brown 6, Scheftic 9, Korsan 11, Cavaletto 7. Totals 25 3-7 56. ST. BONAVENTURE -- Witcher 2, Saunders 20, DeSmidt 18, Tarin 12, Hertel 6, Lewis 10, Cobey 4. Totals 26 16-25 74. Bishop Diego--9 16 17 14 -- 56 St. Bonaventure--18 17 21 18 -- 74 3-point goals--BD 3 (Renick 2, Cavaletto), SB 4 (Saunders 2, Tarin, Hertel). Total fouls--BD 18, SB 11. Fouled out--None. Technicals--None. Records--BD: 2-4, 6-13. SB: 6-0, 16-5.|

Oak Park 65, Fillmore 56--Oak Park (15-8, 4-2) torched the Fillmore zone with nine 3-pointers in the win at home. Daniel Jensen had six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points while Jason Adams contributed a team-high 21 points. Rudy Murrillo led Fillmore (2-4) with a career-high 26 points. Murillo was 10 of 10 from the field. Armando Ferrer added 13 rebounds and five assists Fillmore (56) — Murrillo 26, Herrera 8, Fore 7, Ferrer 7, Ruiz 4, De La Piedra 2, Cardona 1, Arroyo 1. Oak Park (65) — Adams 21, Jensen 20, McNair 7, G. Smith 7, Crellin 6, N. Smith 4. Fillmore--14  10  13  19--56;  OP--18  12  12  23--65   3-Point goals — Oak Park 9 (Jensen 6, G. Smith 1, Crellin 1, McNair 1). Records — Fillmore 2-4; Oak Park 15-8, 4-2.

Valle Vista League

Ganesha 59, Covina Northview 50--NORTHVIEW (50) Filer 6, Gavin 8, Nelson 8, Mavaditaw 21, Hertado 7 GANESHA (59) Click 12, Efevberha 18, Gamiz 2, Tyus 3, Reeves 7, Ike 12, Evans 3, Sumido 2. Northview 21 11 8 10 -- 50 Ganesha 4 17 20 18 -- 59 Total fouls: NV 9, G 10. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

South Hills 50, Covina 47--Matt Froid scored 19 points, including five free throws in the fourth quarter, and had 11 rebounds as the Huskies erased a one-point halftime deficit en route to giving coach Paul Reed his 200th career victory.

Bonita 57, Sierra Vista 32--Ramsey Jarrar scored 18 points and had four steals and Chris Dean had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Bonita (17-6, 8-3). SIERRA VISTA (32) Villagomez 5, Gallegos 4, Castillo 3, Lancater 2, Pineda 6, Gonzalez 9, Vasquez 3. BONITA (57) Carr 2, Clark 4, Jarrar 18, Dean 18, Johnson 6, Estrella 2, Smith 1, Hagman 1, Miller 5. Sierra Vista 6 10 4 12 -- 32 Bonita 22 7 22 6 -- 57 Total fouls: SV 15, B 15. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

San Dimas 71, at Baldwin Park 48--The Saints' (20-3 overall, 10-1 in league) domination over league foes continued as Jason Greenlee scored 18 points in a victory over the Braves.  San Dimas was led by Curtis Small's 19 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. SAN DIMAS (71) Greenlee 18, Small 19, Greenwade 11, Ferrera 5, Mesropian 7, Marshall 6, Ruckels 3, Tabisola 2. BALDWIN PARK (48) Lopez 8, Lawson 11, Thompson 9, Lewis 6, Torres 2, Tran 7, Anaya 1, Ortega 4. San Dimas 24 11 20 16 -- 71 Baldwin Park 14 12 7 15 -- 48  Total fouls: SD 23, BP 14. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Westside League

Hillcrest Christian (GH) 79, Highland Hall 38--Mike Newnham had 15 points and seven rebounds and Eric Hodgkins (19 rebounds) and Amrit Nat
each added 14 points for the Eagles of Granada Hills (15-3, 10-0) in a Westside League game at Highland Hall of Northridge. Jason Haddad had 12 points for Hillcrest Christian. Corey Silver led the Hawks with 12 points.

Non-League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001

Anza Hamilton 67, Pine Valley Mountain Empire 44 --Anza Hamilton outscored San Diego Mountain Empire 17-9 in the third quarter to take command of the non-league game. HAMILTON (67) -- R. Davis 21, J. Davis 10, Dewese 12, Yep 7, Sandoval 4, Evans 13. MOUNTAIN EMPIRE (44) -- Laff 6, Keenan 2, Juarez 5, Mo. Hall 6, Ma. Hall 6, Tucker 7, Falconer 7, Nicols 5.  Halftime score -- Hamilton 35-25. Three-point goals -- Evans, Laff 2, Juarez, Tucker. Total fouls -- Hamilton 9, Mountain Empire 19. Fouled out -- Tucker. Records: Hamilton 9-13.

Cornerstone Christian 45, Ventura County Christian 14--Erik Hurtado scored 11 points to lead host Cornerstone Christian.  Ventura County Christian (14) — Hurtado 11, Walker 9, June 4, To. Miller 7, Foley 4, Reed 4, Giles 6. Conerstone Christian (45) — Alavarez 7, Darby 7.VCC--0  7  2   5--14;  CC--13  8  13  11--45  3-Point goals — Cornerstone Christian 2 (Giles 2). Fouled-out — Walker (C).

Ridgecrest Burroughs 76, Serrano 41

Santa Barbara 71, Rio Mesa 59--Dommanic Ingerson scored 32 points on 11-of-15 shooting from the floor in the nonleague win.  In just his second game back from a suspension, Ingerson "played like he did last year and earlier this year," according to Coach Jeff Lavender. Ingerson added six rebounds, four assists and two steals. Tucker Waterman had seven rebounds and eight points, and point guard Dante DeRose had nine points, seven assists and three steals for Santa Barbara.  RIO MESA-- Alonge 16, Moreno 24, Lazcano 2, McBride 5, Torres 9, Bednar 5. Totals 19 13-19 59. SANTA BARBARA -- Putnam 6, Burrus 4, Russell 2, Ingerson 32, Bogan 9, DeRose 9, Duke 4, Waterman 8. Totals 25 14-24 71.  Rio Mesa--13 8 11 27--59 Santa Barbara --13 15 23 20--71  3-point goals-- RM 6 (Moreno 6), SB 3 (Ingerson 2, Bogan). Total fouls-- RM 22, SB 19. Fouled out--none. Technical foul-- Rio Mesa coach. Records -- SB: 14-10, RM: 13-11.|

Temecula Valley 62, Hemet 55--Ryan Forrest and Ross Green each had five points in overtime as Temecula Valley outscored Hemet, 15-8, in the overtime period. Forrest made a three-point play with about a minute remaining in overtime to give the Golden Bears a 58-55 lead. Temecula Valley snapped an 11-game losing streak. Records: Temecula Valley 8-16. HEMET (55) -- Crane 17, Griffin 11, Nadgett 6, Boyd 6, Graham 2, Smith 2, Vega 2, Martinez 9.  TEMECULA VALLEY (62) -- Menancio 7, Hodge 0, Green 13, Watson 9, Palmer 5, Badue 1, Forrest 20, Joshway 7. Halftime score -- Temecula Valley 28-21. Regulation 47-47. Three-point goals -- Griffin 3, Martinez 3, Boyd, Menancio. Total fouls -- Hemet 29, Temecula Valley 21. Fouled out -- Nadgett. Technical fouls -- Vega, Hodge.

Tournament Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001

Western States Classic @ Riverside Community College

Washington School for the Deaf 55, New Mexico School for the Deaf 20 --details unavailable.

CSDR 54, Oregon S.D. 24 --details unavailable.

Phoenix Day S.D. 45, C.S.D.Fremont 36 --details unavailable.

Arizona S.D.B. 55, Idaho S.D.B. 11 --details unavailable.

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