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Saturday, 2/3/01--(Feb. 4, 2001)
Just a few games played yesterday as everyone gets ready for the final push toward the playoffs. One week remaining in the "regular season" for high school teams. The last regular season games have to be concluded by this Friday, February 9. On Saturday, the CIF-SS and City Section seeding committees will go to work, and create the playoff brackets, and then the following week, the single-elimination march to the Section and State Championships will begin, culminating in the State Finals at the Arco Arena in Sacramento more than a month from now, on March 16 & 17. . . it's a long trip, but only the very strongest and luckiest will survive it. For some teams, it will be all they can do just to qualify for the playoffs, and this week's games will make the difference between ending the season, and getting the chance to continue on. . for others, it will be time to hang it up, and for still others, the week's games won't mean much in terms of the playoffs, but there are still league races on the line which will be determined.
Here's what happened last night, Saturday, February 3. As always, if you know a game score or the details of a game which we've been unable to find or which isn't reported here, let us know either by e-mail of by posting it to the message board.
|LA City Section Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001|
No games scheduled.
|Southern Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001|
Kilpatrick 80, Pasadena Marshall 65--Keilon Fortune scored 33 points to lead the Mustangs (20-1, 6-0), and had 8 assists and 5 steals, as Kilpatrick clinched a share of the first league title in the school's history. Adam Townsend had 14 points and 17 rebounds for Kilpatrick. Marshall (13-6, 5-2) has won five consecutive league titles and had its 26-game league winning streak snapped by Kilpatrick, 86-78, in overtime earlier this season.
Woodcrest Christian 61, Loma Linda Academy 45 -- Woodcrest Christian's Kevin Carpenter was the key player in this Christian League game with his game-high 22 points and 15 rebounds. Woodcrest Christian went on a 27-10 run in the fourth quarter to come back and secure the lead, clinching a spot in the CIF playoffs. LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (45) -- Prior 12, Valdez 9, Rivinius 9, Blackerby 3, Franke 2, Aprecio 10. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (61) -- Wells 5, Carpenter 22, Koning 5, Musich 12, Bridges 2, Reyes 4, Burdett 1, Daniel 1, Lucio 4, Pool 5. Halftime score -- Loma Linda Academy 22-17. Three-point goals -- Wells, Valdez 2. Total fouls -- Loma Linda Academy 20, Woodcrest Christian 14. Fouled out -- Rivinius, Stottlemyre (LLA). Records: Woodcrest Christian 5-5, 13-8. Loma Linda Academy 4-7, 11-9.
Arrowhead Christian 96 Temecula Linfield 54-- Arrowhead Christian Academy was led by senior Adam Dohner with 19 poijnts and Nick Goldtry and Josh Breckley's 18 points apiece as ACA imroved to 17-76, 8-2 in league. Linfield - Dustin Graham 21, Matt Duarte 19, Mike Duarte 3, Mel Smith 2, Brad Larsen 2, Shane Koening 4, Justin LoFranco 3. Arrowhead Christian - Adam Dohner 19, Nick Goltry 18, Josh Breckley 18 (15 rebounds), Will Britt 9, Chris Becerra 6, Josh Cloud 5, Jacob Goltry 5, Kevin Greene 5, Adrian Cruz 2, Chris Carter 4, Allan Lewis 3, Danny Hanke 2. Linfield--8 7 18 21 - 54 ACA--18 28 29 21- 96 Fouled out - Breckley (A). Technicals - None. Three-point field goals - Dohner (ACA) 5, Britt (ACA) 1, Cloud (ACA) 1. ACA record - 17-6, 8-2 Christian League.
Pacific Hills 66, Campbell Hall 42-- details not availalble.
Desert Mountain League
Mammoth 56, Boron 53 (OT)-- details not availalble.
Rolling Hills Prep 105, Liberty Christian 36--Curtis Allen scored 22 points to lead five players in double figures as host Rolling Hills Prep clinched at least a tie for the league title. D.J. Wright scored 15, Kevin Stamler had 14, Alex Elliott had 12 and Kris Stricklin 10 for Rolling Hills Prep (15-5), which is 12-0 in league play with two games left.
LA Lutheran 53, Faith Baptist 37-- LA Lutheran was led by Tony White with 19 points and 5 steals and Tony Park who scored 20 points, 15 rebounds and 5 steals. chris Armendariz added 7 points, 6 blocked shots for LA Lutheran (7-8, 4-3). Faith Baptist was led by Johnny Cage with 21 points.
Holy Martyrs 37, Avalon 35-- Holy Martyrs improved to 11-9, 6-6 in league with the win over visiting Avalon in the second of a two-day back-to-back series. Holy Martyrs was led by Brent Babayans with 10, Garo Gjhevondian with 10, and Hagop Darakjian with 11. Avalon was led by Shawn Hall with 16, and fell to 4-18, 1-12 in league.
Upland Christian 76, Christian Center Academy 34-- Upland Christian (9-13, 6-4) was led by Pat Paddelford's 14 points, while Jake Garcia and Brian Sears scored 13 points apiece. Christian Center Academy fell to 0-10 in league. CHRISTIAN CENTER ACADEMY (34) Haase 16, Travis 3, Mejia 3, Valdes 12 UPLAND CHRISTIAN (76) Chiappone 4, Cromer 2, Roberds 9, Toupal 7, Armella 6, Sears 13, Paddelford 14, Garcia 13, Hemsley 4, Beatrice 4. CCA 9 13 0 12 -- 34 UC 23 10 21 22 -- 76 Total fouls: CCA 10, UC 11. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.
Cal Lutheran 51, Redlands Calvary Chapel 39 --details not available.
Newbury Park Adventist 75, Westmark 34-- NPA was led by Heidt with 12, Anguish 13, Jnson 29 and 23 rebounds,, 5 blocks and 4 steals. while Westmark was led by 'Goodman with 17 an dJackson with 11. NPA improved to 12-2, 9-0 in league.
Chadwick 78, Pasadena Poly 58--Michael Reich scored 25 points as Chadwick defeated host Pasadena Poly, 78-58, to clinch the Prep League championship. Wes Putnam added 18 points and Peter McCaslin scored 17, but it was Aaron Gleason's defensive effort that helped lift the Dolphins (14-7, 8-0 Prep League). After Marshall Duncan scored 18 points in the first half to give Pasadena Poly a 37-34 halftime advantage, Gleason shut down Duncan in the second half. He didn't score in the third quarter, which Chadwick won, 24-5, and was limited to four points in the fourth quarter.
Bloomington Christian 79, Riverside Bethel Christian 59 --BETHEL CHRISTIAN (59) -- Heiliger 22, Klix 20, Wilson 11, Zeneff 4, Watson 2. BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (79) -- Martin 33, Smith 15, J. Jordan 18, Rollings 7, Stott 4, K. Jordan 2. Halftime score -- Bloomington Christian 37-34. Three-point goals -- Rollings, J. Jordan 3, Heiliger 3, Wilson 2, Klix 4. Total fouls -- Bethel Christian 7, Bloomington Christian 14. Fouled out -- none. Records: Bloomington Christian 7-2 in Victory League, 17-2 overall. Bethel Christian 5-4 in league.
Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 63, Santa Clarita Christian 61-- HC improved to 8-10, 7-4 in league with the win and Hillcrest was led by Logan with 16 and Lopez wi4th 18. SCC was led by Dixon with 18.
|Non-League Games--Friday, Feb. 2, 2001|
SoCal Basketball Classic @ Lynwood HS
Ontario 91, Morningside 67--Marlon Mitchell scored 35 points in leading the Ontario boys basketball team to a 91-67 victory over Inglewood Morningside. The Jaguars (19-5) led by 14 points at the half thanks to a 30-point first quarter. Mitchell also recorded six assists, five steals and five rebounds, while teammate Cameron Munoz added 24 points. MORNINGSIDE (67) Higganbotham 7, Deas 4, Campbell 2, Jackson 3, Odiakosa 5, Foster 2, Waller 4, Payne 14, Young 19, Brisco 7. ONTARIO (91) Rasheed 6, McKiernan 2, Munoz 24, Barbosa 4, Marcel Mack 2, Stepney 8, Mitchell 35, Kinney 7, Dunn 3. Morningside 21 12 4 30 -- 67 Ontario 30 17 22 22 -- 91 Total fouls: M 21, O 23. Fouled out: Munoz (O). Technical fouls: none.
Mater Dei 74, Los Alamitos 47--Cedric Bozeman finished with a game-high 21 points, 12 rebounds and six assists, and three steals, as No. 1 ranked Mater Dei (23-2) beat Los Alamitos. The Griffins (15-9) managed to stay close for the first half, trailing by 10 at the break, 29-19. . . if you can consider a 10 point deficit to perhaps one of the top three teams in the State of California "close". . . But in the second half it was a blowout. Los Al Junior forward Mark Lotman led the Griffins with 10 points, while Eric Yarger and Brian Rakusin each scored 9. Bozeman was 9 for 17 from the field and also was named MVP of the game. Mike Strawberry and Travis Gabler each added 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Mater Dei.
Lynwood 73, Compton 60-- The game which was supposed to take place three weeks ago at the Double Pump Hoop Classic but didn't finally got off yesterday afternoon at Lynwood HS, and the Knights won behind Keyon Kensie's (6'-4" Sr. F) 24 points and 13 rebounds. Kensie shot 12-15 from the field. Senior guard Jamar Frazier added 14 points for Lynwood (5-12). For Compton (11-13) Mike Grier (6'-6" Jr. F) scored 15 points, 5 boards and 4 steals. Gary Hester and Marquis Washington each scored 13
Corona Centennial 57, Santa Margarita 47 --Travis Smith scored 12 points and Brandon Rohe and Lenny Collins combined to add 19, but Santa Margarita fell to Centennial of Corona, 57-47, in the SoCal Basketball Classic Saturday night. Corona Centennial's Jamal Williams (6'-5" Sr. PF) who has signed with New Mexico, scored 16 points to lead the Huskies, who improved to 22-2 overall. The Eagles fell to 20-4.
Long Beach Poly 41, Artesia 40-- This was an ugly game, reminiscent of the last time these two teams matched up at the Pond in the Southern Section finals, a low scoring, ugly game as well. This time Poly got its own measure of revenge for that game, but they did it without Wesley Stokes and without having to worry about Jason Kapono, who had bigger fish to fry on Saturday up at Stanford as UCLA knocked off the last remaining undefeated team. . . While Poly never trailed in the second half this was still an ugly game. Poly (21-5) only shot 31 percent from the field and 33 percent from the free-throw line. Artesia shot pretty well at the line (16-25) but were plagued by turnovers, and they too shot a miserable 31% from the field. Artesia senior point guard Ryan Reyes also apparently broke his nose in the second quarter and didn't return. Poly's Carlos Rivers (6'-0" Jr. PG) had 12 points, 5 assists and 3 steals. Artesia senior guard Tony Roberts had 10 points and a team-high 8 rebounds.
Western States Classic @ Riverside CC
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf 41, Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind 37-- --details not available
California School for the Deaf, Fremont 58, Idaho School for the Deaf 23--details not available
California School for the Deaf, Riverside 47, Washington School for the Deaf 36--Marko Amaro, who was named first team all-tournament, had 12 points to lead California School for the Deaf, Riverside past Washington School for the Deaf in the Western States Basketball Classic. Ricky Smith had 17 rebounds for CSDR. CSDR (47) -- Amaro 12, Scott 11, Bayarsky 9, Smith 7, Alberre 4, F. Guzman 2, Kraus 2. WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (36) -- Cayton 16, Rowe 11, Fisher 6, Van Unen 3, Flower 0. Halftime score -- CSDR 25-16. Three-point goals -- Cayton 2, Rowe. Total fouls -- CSDR 13, Washington School for the Deaf 21. Fouled out -- Rowe, Van Unen.
Consolation third place
Oregon School for the Deaf 40, New Mexico School for the Deaf 34 --details not available
Other Non-League Games
Brentwood 75, Mojave 35--details not available.
Laguna Blanca 73, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 56--Eric Geeb and Trevor Scott scored 21 points apiece as the Owls pulled away for the victory. The game was tied 40-40 at the end of the third, then Laguna Blanca erupted for 33 points in the fourth quarter. The Owls nailed 10 3-pointers during the contest. Laguna Blanca also received 12 points from John Kaufman.
Paraclete 83, Milken 56--Drew Hill made five three ointers on his way to scoring 37 points for the second straight game to lead Paraclete (5-13) over Milken. He and Marquez with 13 were the only Paraclete players in double figures. Milken was led by Nick Gurvitz with 11 and Friedland's 11.
San Marcos 45, Nordhoff 43--Drew Spaventa hit three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as San Marcos High ended a seven-game losing streak with a 45-43 nonleague basketball win over visiting Nordhoff. Nordhoff had a shot to tie at the end but missed and Steve Hill grabbed the rebound for San Marcos, 6-16. Spaventa's treys accounted for nine of the Royals' final 13 points and were his only points of the game. Seamus McKiernan also scored nine points for San Marcos, while Kolin Cruse came off the bench to grab seven rebounds. NORDHOFF -- Thomas 7, Murphy 14, Bensley 8, Gasphard-Michel 3, Stroup 9, Nash 2. Totals 16-52 6-8 43. SAN MARCOS -- Kupperman 4, Carlsen 2, Spaventa 9, Fortune 6, Hill 8, Mercer 6, McKiernan 9, Cruse 1. Totals 19-62 3-8 45. Nordhoff--10 3 21 9 -- 43 San Marcos--8 14 10 13 -- 45; 3-point goals--N 5 (Murphy 4, Stroup), SM 4 (Spaventa 3, McKiernan). Fouled out--N: Parziale. Record--6-16.
Whittier 53, Garden Grove 50--Mike Hernandez lit up the scoreboard for a game-high 27 points while his teammates applied the clamps on the defensive end as Whittier High's boys basketball team rallied for a 53-50 nonleague win over host Garden Grove on Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals (9-14), who trailed 48-42 after three quarters, limited Garden Grove (11-11) to just two points over the final eight minutes. Anthony Guzman chipped in with eight points for Whittier and teammate Eric Woodward added six points and nine rebounds.
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