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Game Scores & Details From
Friday, 2/9/01--(Feb. 10, 2001)

This is it, the final day of regular season play.  The playoff brackets in Southern and City Section will be announced this weekend and posted here.  Here's what happened on Friday, February 9, 2001.  As always, if we've missed a score or the details, let us know, either by e-mail or by posting it on the board.  

LA City Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 9, 2001

Coliseum League

Crenshaw 74, Fremont 64

Jefferson 75, Locke 60

Eastern League

South Gate 56, LA Jordan 47

Garfield 60, Roosevelt 59 (OT)

Marine League

Narbonne 65, Carson 63--Beto Delgado hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer as Narbone (18-7, 6-4) rallied to win on the road. Delgado finished the game with 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. Uzoma Mmeje added 21 points and 14 rebounds, while Brannon Nichols had 17 points. Carson (4-6 in league) was led by Ekene Ibekwe, in his first game back from an injury, with 16 points.

Gardena 84, San Pedro 58--Marcus Wilson had 21 points and 11 assists as host Gardena (16-9, 8-2) raced out to a 21-11 first-quarter lead and took a 43-23 lead into halftime. DeVondric Scott added 18 points and Romone Prescott finished with 17.  San Pedro dropped to 10-15 overall and 2-8 in league despite 17 points from Mailk Rahh and 13 from Glen Bullard.

Washington 81, Banning 58--Banning could not stop UCLA-bound Andre Patterson who had 36 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks. Washington (16-8, 8-2) clinched a share of the league championship with Gardena.

Northern League

Eagle Rock 73, Belmont 50

Lincoln 72, Wilson 59

Franklin 79, Marshall 55

Sunset Six League

Grant 82, Verdugo Hills 48--Dewayne Anderson scored 23 points, had nine rebounds and added six steals to the lead the Lancers of Van Nuys to the Sunset League title. With the loss, the Dons of Tujunga remained winless (0-10) in league.  Gino Riney, Mike Charleston and Chris Robinson scored 22, 12 and 10, respectively, for Grant (19-6, 9-1). Daniel Dimanan scored 14 points to lead Verdugo Hills.

North Hollywood 65, Hollywood 48--Ken Hauser scored 22 points and had six rebounds and teammate Nathan Stern added 11 points and six assists for the visiting Huskies (18-5, 8-2) in the Sunset Six League finale.  Derick Wright scored 21 points and Mark Jenkins added 15 points for the Sheiks (11-14, 4-6).Gus Ruiz, Nathan Stern and Josiah James each scored 11 for North Hollywood

Canoga Park 91, Poly 79--Cecil Brown, the City Section's leading scorer, had 41 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Hunters to the Sunset 6 league victory over the Parrots of Sun Valley. Maurice Neal scored 22 points and Walter Burch and Donte Witherspoon each added 11 points for Canoga Park (14-11, 7-3). Brown scored 21 of his 41 points in the first quarter.  Maurice Neal made six three-pointers and Brown made 15 of 23 shots and had 13 rebounds.

Valley Mission League

Kennedy 86, San Fernando 69--Gervell Bird had 16 points, James Norris had 15 and Brandon Aywood added 14 as the host Cougars of Granada Hills (11-14, 6-4) closed out Valley Mission League play with the win. Ramon Perry, a junior guard who also plays running back and place kicker for the San Fernando football team, led all scorers with 30 points. The Tigers were outscored 53-36 in the second half after both teams went into halftime tied 33-33.

Monroe 62, Van Nuys 32-- Van Nuys dropped to 3-22, 1-9 in league while Monroe is headed to the playoffs.

Sylmar 73, Reseda 69--Sylmar improved to 15-9, 10-0, while Reseda dropped to 14-11, 7-3.  Serge Lepiashinski scored 15 points and Nashid Beard led Reseda with 24.  Williams had 28 for Sylmar, Morese 13, O'Garro 4, Darby 10, Tovar 2, Barreda 9, and Dickson 7.

West Valley League

Birmingham 71, Chatsworth 67--The Patriots of Van Nuys upset the visiting Chancellors in a West Valley League game.  Haig Tatin (20 points and 12 rebounds) and Nick Alac (20 points and eight rebounds) led Birmingham (9-10, 5-5). Teammate Philip Botts added 10 points. Scott Johnson and Shane Berry scored 24 and 17 points, respectively, for the Chancellors, 8-2 in league.

Taft 83, El Camino Real 70--Steve Smith scored 34 points, pulled down seven rebounds and recorded three steals as the Toreadors of Woodland Hills closed out West Valley League play with the home victory clinching a share of the West Valley League title.  Mustafa Asghari added 23 points and had four assists and Lance Broadous recorded 12 rebounds for Taft (19-6, 8-2). Kiley Rodriguez had 14 points for the Conquistadores of Woodland Hills (2-8 in league), while his brother, Kevin, added six points.

Granada Hills 75, Cleveland 74-- Granada Hills improved to 11-14, 5-5, while Cleveland won just its third game of the year (3-19, 2-8).

Western League

Westchester 104, Venice 61--Brandon Heath had 16 points and seven steals and Keith Everidge added 14 points and eight rebounds as host Westchester (24-1, 12-0) finished the regular season averaging 89 points a game, while allowing only 65. Hassan Adams scored 13 points as Westchester took a 24-14 lead and controlled the game by halftime, 56-27. David Warsaw finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds, John Clemmons added 10 points and eight rebounds, Ashanti Cook had 10 points, eight assists and seven steals and Brice Buchanan had 10 rebounds.

Fairfax 93, Hamilton 75

Los Angeles 83, University 75

Southern Section League Games--Friday, Feb. 9, 2001

Academy League

Fairmont Prep 57, St. Michael's 27--Leon Kwok and William Washington both scored 13 points to lead Fairmont (13-7, 3-5).

Downey Calvary Chapel 65, Capistrano Valley Christian 46-- Tim Drisdom scored 19 points in the win for CC Downey.

Almont League

San Gabriel 65, Keppel 61--Erik Avila poured in a team-high 19 points and teammates Johnny Tran and J.R. Canizal did their part by adding 12 points apiece as San Gabriel High's boys basketball team upended Keppel, 65-51, in Almont League basketball play Friday night. The Matadors (15-11, 6-4) sealed up a three-way tie for second place in league, but automatically advanced (along with Alhambra) to the playoffs.

Montebello 64, Schurr 62--The Oilers are league champions for the first time in 30 years.  Sophomore center Ian Parks scored 18 points and senior guard Felix Angulo 16, including 11-of-12 from the free-throw line.

Alhambra 49, Bell Gardens 47-- Alhambra improved to 18-8, 6-4.

Alpha League

Paraclete 65, Village Christian 63--Matt Marquez scored 27 points and Drew Gill added 24 for the Spirits (7-14), who rallied from a 12-point third-quarter deficit to win an Alpha League third-place playoff at Paraclete. Daryl Ellis scored 20 points for Village Christian (6-19), but was unable to convert a layup that would have tied it at the buzzer.Ellis has been the go-to player all year for the Crusaders, but on his drive to the basket during the Alpha League third-place tie-breaker game against Paraclete, Ellis couldn't convert on what looked to be the shot he would make on most other occasions as the Crusaders fell, 65-63, at L.A. Baptist High. The blown layup at the buzzer in no way diminished Elis' superb game and season, but it typified just how forgettable the fourth quarter was for Village Christian (6-18, 2-7 in league), which now is out of the playoff picture. The Crusaders led, 55-47, entering the fourth quarter and were shooting 21 of 42 from the field. But things fell apart in the fourth as Village Christian missed on its first seven shots and could hit just one of nine. Ellis' and freshman Jacob Briggs' play were key for Village Christian early on as the Crusaders led by 13. Ellis finished with 20 points -- 11 in the first half -- and Briggs scored 19 -- 10 in the first quarter. But in the fourth quarter, Village Christian had no answer for Paraclete's Matt Marquez. The sophomore scored 10 of his game-high 27 points in the quarter. The Crusaders also had trouble stopping Drew Gill, who finished with 24 points for the Spirits (7-17, 3-6 in league). Village Christian 20 20 15 8 -- 63  Paraclete 17 15 15 18 -- 65  VILLAGE CHRISTIAN -- Briggs 19, Hall 7, Benko 2, Barrett 9, Ellis 20 and three steals, Agee 6.   Three-pointers: Barrett 3, Briggs 2. PARACLETE -- Jeffries 5, Gill 24, Hiley 3, Marquez 27 and 14 rebounds, Brown 6.  Three-pointers: Marquez 4, Gill 3, Jeffries.

Bay League

Peninsula 67, Morningside 58--Peninsula went to the free-throw line to capture fourth place in the Bay League, and with it a guaranteed playoff berth, in its 67-58 overtime victory at home over Morningside in a tiebreaker game.  The Panthers (16-12) scored all 10 of their points in overtime on foul shots, missing only two along the way, to hold off Morningside (13-14). For the game, Peninsula went 26-of-36 on free throws compared to 6-of-14 for Morningside. Peninsula's Kevin Gardner scored a game-high 32 points, making four of his six free throws in overtime. The 6-foot-6 center dominated inside with game-highs in rebounds (14) and blocks (five).   Peninsula had led throughout most of the game until Morningside's point guard Dan Campbell hit both ends of a 1-and-1 free-throw opportunity with 1:24 to give the visitors their first lead since 8-6.  Campbell made another key play on the defensive end when he forced a turnover. At the other end, Morningside's David Payne fouled Peninsula's Jay Lescoulie.  Jay Lescoulie sank his first free throw on the double bonus, but missed the second attempt that would have tied the game. With time running down on the shot clock, Campbell made a jump shot at the top of the key to give the Monarchs a 57-55 lead with 14 seconds left.  The play worked, but Peninsula pushed the ball past Morningside's press and Ryan Johnson hit a floater on the baseline to tie it with 4.2 seconds left and force overtime. Instead, Morningside will have to play the waiting game to see whether it makes the Div. III-AA playoffs.

Camino Real League

St. Anthony 68, Mary Star of the Sea 58--All season long, the Mary Star's boys basketball team looked to Jack Kalmeta to carry them. So in the Stars' biggest game of the season, Mary Star coach Andy Furuto said he was going to win or lose with his star player.  Kalmeta responded with a career-high 39 points, but the Stars were unable to overcome St. Anthony in a 68-58 loss in the third-place tiebreaker for the final playoff berth from the Camino Real League on Friday at Long Beach City College. Kalmeta made 11-of-25 shots from the field, including five 3-pointers. Adrian Navarro scored nine points for Mary Star and Chris Cosgrove added eight as the Stars finished at 8-19 overall and 5-6 in league. The Stars had only four players score . Kalmeta scored all but four of his team's points in the second half. Lauren Brown led five St. Anthony players in double figures with 20 points. Alan Cerino, who made a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer against Mary Star a week ago to set up the one-game playoff, finished with 13 points. Jay Arizabol, Jonathon Watson and Pat Taliauli each added 10 points for St. Anthony.  The Stars were also hampered by foul trouble. Jonathan Phillips and Andrew Vidovich fouled out late in the fourth quarter. St. Anthony built an 11-point lead in the third quarter and held off a late Kalmeta-led run.

Century League

Villa Park 60, Foothill 33--Host Villa Park (21-5, 10-0) went undefeated in league for the second consecutive season. Matt MacGinnis scored 13 points, Bryce Prather had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Tommy Stankan had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans.  Foothill's Chad Bigler, the county's scoring leader, was held to 14 points. 

Canyon 75, Santa Ana Valley 64--Derron Putnam scored 25 points and Nate Miller had 24 for the visiting Comanches (16-10, 8-2). Martin Gonzalez scored 26 points for Santa Ana Valley (11-16, 3-7).

El Modean 82, Orange 61-- Mario Perez scored 19 points for the Vanguards (4-6 in league).

Channel League

Buena 69, Ventura 58--  Bobby Meyer scored 19 points to lead Buena (16-11, 5-4)  to a 69-58 victory over Ventura (15-12) Friday night to break a third-place tie for the CIF-Southern Section Division I-A playoffs.  It was third time the two rivals have played this season with Buena earning its second straight victory over Ventura.  Buena moves into the playoffs as a third-place entry while Ventura will petition as an at-large team.   Ventura scored only six points in the first quarter while Buena registered 19 points. Roosevelt Bolden and Meyer scored 11 points as Buena raced to a 40-23 halftime lead.  Ventura's Jason Gruber scored 14 points in the first half. Gruber finished with 19 points. Ventura's Tyler Ebell added 17 points.  Buena's Matt Colton had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Chris Jacobsen contributed 10 points. Buena's Ryan Cobos had eight assists and Bolden had six assists. Bolden had five steals and Cobos had three. When Ventura did cut Buena's lead to 50-40 to close the third quarter, Buena responded with baskets by Nick Cunningham and Meyer. Gruber hit a basket and foul shot as Ventura trimmed Buena's lead to 58-50, but Meyer answered with a basket. Ventura couldn't catch Buena down the stretch.  Buena will go into the playoffs on a positive note.  Last year, Buena lost in the first round of the playoffs.

Christian League

Ontario Christian 59,  Woodcrest Christian 51 -- Chris Garcia led Ontario Christian in this Christian League game with his game-high 20 points (12 from three-point range). Matt Hoekstra added 14 points to lead Ontario Christian (17-7, 8-4). ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (59) -- Koolhaas 7, Landry 7, T. Hoekstra 3, M. Hoekstra 14, Talen 2, Gibson 6, Garcia 20. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (51) -- Wells 9, Carpenter 7, Musich 9, Bridges 12, Burdett 2, Daniel 10, Pool 2.  Halftime score -- Ontario Christian 26-19. Three-point goals -- Wells 3, Bridges 4, Musich, Daniel, Landry, Garcia 4. Total fouls -- Ontario Christian 14, Woodcrest Christian 20. Fouled out -- Pool, Musich. Technical fouls -- Woodcrest.  Records: Ontario Christian 8-4, 17-8. Woodcrest Christian 6-6, 14-9.

Western Christian 53, Linfield 39-- Senior guard Shawn Lokar finished with 13 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds as the Lancers made history in claiming their first league title since the school opened in the 1920s. WESTERN CHRISTIAN (53) -- Miester 2, Lokar 13, Booher 4, S. Chin 4, E. Chin 14, A. Allison 5, B. Allison 7, Rodriguez 4. LINFIELD (39) -- Duarte 8, Koenig 4, Smith 13, Larsen 2, Graham 7, Beckman 2, LoFranco 3.  Halftime score -- Western Christian 28-15. Three-point goals -- Smith 2, LoFranco, Graham, E. Chin. Total fouls -- Western Christian 18, Linfield 14. Fouled out -- Lokar, Koenig.  Records: Western Christian 11-1 in Christian Leaue. Linfield 2-10, 7-14.

Condor League

Thacher 47, Cate 46--The Rams nearly pulled the biggest Condor League upset of the season.  Thacher, unbeaten in league at 8-0, was held scoreless in the final 3 minutes while Cate made its final charge.  For Cate, Nick Altman had 14 points and five rebounds. Yoshi Nagano added 10 points and five assists. Brad Hackleman contributed eight points and 10 rebounds. THACHER -- Butts 6, Ma 4, Douds 5, Sullivan 3, Caldwell 5, Thornes 15, Back 9. Totals 19 8-22 47. CATE -- Mack 9, Altman 14 , Nagano 10 an d five assists three reboundsand one steal, , Hackleman 8, McCammack 4, Hsu 1. Totals 17 8-19 46. Thacher . . . 9 16 18 4--47  Cate . . . 14 10 11 11--46 ;  3-point goals--T 1 (Caldwell), C 2 ( Altman , Nagano). total fouls--T 19, C 16. Fouled out--None. Records--Cate 4-11, 0-8 in Condor League; T 8-0 in league.

Dunn 65, Laguna Blanca 44--Joey Greene pumped in 31 points as Dunn School earned the Condor League's No. 2 entry into the CIF playoffs with a home win. Greene led three Dunn players in double figures. Garth Dixon added 13 points and Elliott Walker 11.  Laguna Blanca (5-3) was led by Trevor Scott's 19 points. Dunn (5-3) beat out Laguna for the No. 2 berth based on the point differential in their two meetings. LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 3, Scott 19, Nelson 4, Jeffrey 5, Lewis 8, Wicks 5. Totals 13 13-26 44. DUNN -- Joey Greene 31, Walker 11, Dixon 13, Tong 8, McSorley 2, Akhavizadeh 0. Totals 28 5-7 65. Laguna Blanca . . . 5 11 15 12 -- 44  Dunn . . . 8 14 22 21 -- 65; 3-point goals--LB 4 (Geeb, Lewis 2, Scott), D 4 (Walker 3 Greene). Total fouls--LB 12, D 26. Fouled out--Tong, Akhavizadeh. Record--Dunn 5-3, 12-4, LB 5-3.

Del Rey League

Serra (win), St. Bernard (lose)--Coin tosses are no fun.   Especially for the losing team.  On Friday, Serra was one of two teams to win a coin toss to advance to the postseason after four teams finished tied for second in the Del Rey League behind Bishop Montgomery. St. Bernard lost the coin-flip and was designated as the fourth-place team.  Serra (13-11, 3-5) will play in the Division V-AA playoffs and represent the Del Rey League as the second-place finisher. Bishop Amat also won a coin toss, which was determined by all four coaches tossing coins simultaneously; when one coach's coin would not match the other three, that coach was determined the winner.   Serra, Bishop Amat, St. Bernard and St. Paul all tied for second in the five-team league.

Del Rio League

California 58, La Serna 49--Friday night, what has been a remarkable season for the Condors culminated in a 58-49 victory over two-time defending champion and host La Serna in the Del Rio League regular-season finale. With the win came the league championship, and it was captured in impressive fashion before an overflow crowd estimated conservatively at 1,200.  California finished with a 17-8 record overall and 9-1 in league, the only loss a 54-48 decision to Santa Fe in the second round. Te game was close through three quarters as each team used a modest scoring streak to build a little margin, only to have it wiped out moments later. La Serna led, 15-14 after one quarter, then fell behind, 22-15, as George Baltierrez (11 points) came off the bench to score six points and key an 8-0 run at the start of the second quarter. La Serna (21-5, 7-3) finished the period with a 9-0 spurt as Anthony Martinez (who finished with 26 points) scored seven in the final 1:41 to gain a 27-27 tie at halftime. The score was tied at 33, 35 and 37 in the third quarter before Josh Oltjenbruns and Koza traded 3-point baskets in the final 35 seconds to knot the count at 40-40 at the end of the period.   Baltierrez opened California's scoring in the fourth quarter with a 3-pointer and center David Shellman came alive with six of his nine points to help the Condors to a 52-47 led with 2:27 to play.  At the same time, La Serna went cold against an aggressive California defense and managed only Martinez's two free throws, with 21.3 seconds to play, over the final 2:47 of the game. Anchondo led the Condors with 14 points and had five rebounds, three offensive, and was a key factor in holding Martinez to just four free throws over the last 13:25 in the game. Scottie Frazier finished with 10 points and six rebounds, and along with Anchondo and Shellman, who had seven rebounds, made up the three key defenders against Martinez, especially in the final quarter.  Martinez finished with seven rebounds, Richard Perretta had six and John Picone grabbed a game-high 13 despite being hampered with foul trouble for La Serna. 

Delphic League

Montclair Prep 68, Brentwood 66

Desert Sky League

Ridgecrest Burrroughs 69, Barstow 48

Silverado 58, victor Valley 55 (OT)

Empire League

Kennedy 66, Century 31 --Robert Reyes scored 16 points and Rhema McKnight added 12 for the host Fighting Irish (14-12, 4-6). Century is 11-15, 2-8.

El Dorado 42, Loara 41--El Dorado sought revenge and got it, scoring a 42-41 victory over Loara in an Empire League boys basketball game Friday night at Loara. It was the regular-season finale for both.  Loara clinched the league championship Wednesday. The Saxons, ranked ninth in Orange County, lost their first league game to finish with a 9-1 league record. They will take a 20-6 overall record into the CIF Southern Section playoffs, which begin Wednesday. El Dorado finished second in the Empire League with an 8-2 league record. The Golden Hawks, ranked 10th in the county, are 22-4 and in the playoffs will compete in Division I-A, as will Loara and some other good county teams: Mater Dei, Woodbridge and Villa Park. Earlier this season, Loara beat El Dorado at El Dorado. Loara had a three-point lead early in the fourth quarter. El Dorado took the lead for good when Mike Wulff converted a steal into a breakaway layup and a 39-37 advantage with 1:19 remaining.  The Saxons' Nate Von Achen made a free throw to halve the Golden Hawks' lead to one. El Dorado's Evan Bull hit a free throw with 32 seconds to go for a 40-38 lead, and Wulff added two foul shots with 12 seconds left to make it 42-38. Loara's Colin Brennan made a three-pointer with one second remaining to account for the final score. Bull finished with 13 points and eight rebounds. Von Achen paced Loara with 13 points and seven rebounds. Brennan made three three-pointers.

Cypress 61, Katella 52 (2OT)--The third-place Centurions (15-10, 6-4) needed two overtimes to beat the host Knights (12-14, 1-9).

Express League

La Verne Lutheran 64, Eastside Christian 22 -- The host Trojans outscored outmanned Eastside Christian of Anaheim 16-3 in the second quarter en route to the Express League rout.  Mike Lee scored a game-high 20 points for La Verne Lutheran (14-8, 7-5), which figures to gain a CIF Division 5-A playoff berth as the league's fourth-place team. Lee also had four steals and four assists to lift La Verne Lutheran. Mike Mejia added 14 points and 12 rebounds for La Verne.

Rolling Hills 103, Southlands Christian 43--Curtis Allen had 26 points to help Rolling Hills to complete undefeated Express League season. Alex Elliott and Kevin Rose both scored 14 while Kevin Stanler added 10 for Rolling Hills (17-5, 14-0).

Frontier League

Nordhoff 69, Calabasas 51--Matt Murphy scored 17 points and the Rangers (13-11, 5-4) won a Frontier League third-place playoff at Nordhoff. Calabasas was led by Adam Malatesta with 18 points and Mike Justman had 11, while Sky Holm had 11 rebounds. The Coyotes (8-17, 4-5) failed to make the playoffs with the loss.

St. Bonaventure 82, Carpinteria 55--Steve Tarin scored 27 points for the Seraphs (17-6, 7-1), who clinched their first outright Tri-Valley League title since 1988 at Carpinteria.

Golden League

Quartz Hill 64, Lancaster 63--Tony Johnson scored 17 of his 25 points after halftime for the Rebels in a 64-63 victory Friday night at Quartz Hill. It was the second time this season Quartz Hill (17-6, 7-3 in league play), which finished in second place, defeated the Eagles (19-6, 8-2).  Johnson saved his best for the fourth quarter, when he scored 11 points, making all five of his free throws. Despite Johnson's efforts, it was a defensive play that might have settled it for the Rebels. After Michael Webb of Lancaster sank a three-point basket with two seconds remaining to make it 64-63, Devin Francis of Quartz Hill was called for traveling after he received the inbound pass.  Fortunately for Francis, it didn't take long for him to redeem himself. He stepped in front of a pass intended for Michael Wright and deflected the ball as time expired.  James scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half, including 10 in the fourth quarter. Webb finished with 13 points. In the end, though, the Eagles saw too much of Johnson, who had 10 rebounds and five assists

Heritage League

Ribet Academy 81, First Lutheran 43--Ribet improved to 17-2, 10-0 in leauge, while First Lutheran dropped to 13-7, 6-4.  Ribet was led by Booker with 13 and 10 steals, Gaines 11 and 5 steals, Thomas 5, Woods 8 and 6 steals, Baghorn 3, Shead 12 and 6 assists and 4 steals, penman 2, Schaeffer 7, Saryan 2, Clark 15 and Usher 3.

Liberty League

Oakwood 53, Providence 52 (OT)-- Since we were at this game, and posted in the message forum instead of a Daily Article, here's what we saw on Friday night:  Sometimes a team just seems like it has its opponent's "number". . .this year it was Yeshiva and Buckley. . and in the same league, Oakwood and Providence. And tonight, Oakwood got it done in overtime, beating Providence 53-52.  Ok, now there are a lot of people who will say that Oakwood doesn't play the prettiest or most athletic basketball, but sometimes a team is just able to put together a truly great win even if it doesn't look pretty. . . and that's what happened tonight. Really this was one of those "you had to be there" kind of games. The Oakwood Gorrillas, playing for nothing more than pride in a game that could not possibly affect their fourth place final standing in the Liberty League, really shocked Providence, the No. 5 ranked team in Division IV-A, first taking them to overtime, and then beating them. Providence was playing for a share of the league title, and with a win they would have tied Buckley for first. But with the loss, Providence now has sole possession of second place for the second consecutive year, and this will undoubtedly affect their seeding in the Division IV-A playoffs as they won't enter as a No. 1. Seriously, it has been a loooong loooong time since Oakwood won the CIF Championship, in 1988 to be exact with some very good players (including Mitchell Butler who wound up at UCLA and then in the NBA for a stint). And while this isn't a comparable team to that championship team, and the current Oakwood Gorrilla team isn't likely to take a section title, they did demonstrate tonight that anything is possible. . .  The game got off to a slow start, and it sort of looked like it was going to be a typical Oakwood game. . slow pace, painstakingly slow ball movement at times, and one of the weirdest press breaks you ever want to see. . . Seriously, ask anyone who plays these guys and they'll tell you that the reason Oakwood is so difficult to play is because they do things in a really unconventional way. Odd stuff at odd times, for you old farts out there, just think of trying to play bridge with a pinnochle player. . .you don't have any idea what the other guy is doing because it's so weird. . .That's how Providence must have felt. . .  About 3 minutes into the game, the score was 6-1 Oakwood. By the end of the first quarter it was 12-11 (I think that was the score, but I didn't take notes so a lot of this is going to be by memory), Oakwood. Providence looked sort of stunned, and other than 4 first half points, one a bank shot off the glass from the free throw line, and another jumper in the lane, Providence's center Derek Jones (6'-7" Sr. C) couldn't buy a basket against Oakwood's Nick Mark (6'-8" Sr. C). At the half it was a 1 point game, with Oakwood trailing 22-23 (I think). The third quarter featured what seemed like 10 lead changes, and then in the fourth, coming down to the last three minutes it looked like Oakwood was finally in trouble and the clock was striking 12 midnight for the Cinderella team. But then everything just sort of started to go Oakwood's way. . . it was one of those palpable moments, when you can actually feel the momentum shift, and somehow, even though it was objectively not possible that Oakwood was going to win, somehow, you just knew they weren't going to lose either. Eric Noble (5'-11" Sr. PG) from Oakwood started the run, hitting a huge 3 pointer. I can't recall the exact next sequence of scoring, but in the last 1:18 of regulation, Oakwood scored 8 consecutive points to tie the game, and they did it in dramatic fashion. Down by three with less than 20 seconds on the clock, and once again bringing the ball up in a really methodical fashion against Providence's press, Oakwood's Yoni Howard (6'-3" Sr. SG/SF) became the first hero of the evening. With less than 6 seconds showing on the clock, and standing about 4 feet away from midcourt in Oakwood's frontcourt, Howard had the ball, closely guarded by two Providende defenders. The crowd started to count out the seconds as they ticked. . .Howard turned, seemed to bobble the ball for an instant, and with two defenders in his face, launched an off-balance left-handed shot-put type of shot, a high arching shot, which hit the heel of the rim, bounced up, hit the rim again, and then with 2.3 seconds remaining, dropped in to tie the score. Providence got the ball back, raced up the court, but missed a shot as time ran out.  In overtime, Providence hit the first basket, but on the other end, Derek Jones drew a foul guarding Nick Mark in the paint, his 5th and Mark went to the line, missed one, hit the other and Oakwood was down by only one. The next time down the floor, Providence's Eric Vaca drove into the lane, hit the shot and was fouled by Noble, also his 5th. Junior Julian Mintz came in and played well, as did Derrick Fetty in the final stretch. Vaca went to the line, made the free throw, and it looked like it was all over. But Nick Mark was again fouled, went to the line, hit them both. Providence turned the ball over on the next possession and after a series of miscues, with only 4.5 seconds remaining, Nick Mark hit a soft 15' shot that seemed to float into the basket. Providence had just enough time to get the ball inbounds but turned it over, and that was the game. Nick Mark,Eric Noble, Mitch Firestein, Yoni Howard, Derrick Fetty and Julian Mintz were the core group of players who made it happen tonight. I'm sure I'm forgetting a few other guys too, and if so I apologize.  This was also senior night for Oakwood, and so the place was packed. If you haven't seen Oakwood's brand new gym yet, it's well worth checking the place out during a playoff game, because it's truly an amazing gym. . .and this was an amazing game.

Windward 38, Holy Martyrs 31--details not available.

Los Padres League

Santa Ynez 57, Morro Bay 46--The Pirates clinched second place in the LPL with a homecoming victory.  Matt McKinney had 22 points and 13 rebounds for the Pirates (8-2, 15-8), who finished a game behind league champion Paso Robles. The Bearcats beat St. Joseph 69-54.  Mike Wooten added 16 points for Santa Ynez and Don Dreher chipped in with 11. Morro Bay’s third quarter letdown was the difference in the game. They were led by Nick Humphrey’s 19 points, although he only managed four in the second half. Santa Ynez (8-2, 15-8) was led by Matt McKinney’s 22 points and 13 rebounds. Morro Bay finishes the regular season in third place in the LPL with a 6-4 record. The Pirates are 13-11 overall. MORRO BAY -- Riley 4, Dixon 13, Anderson 6, Humphrey 19, Boucher 2, Williams 2. Totals 20 5-6 46. SANTA YNEZ -- Gilmour 4, Wooten 16, McKinney 22, Dreher 11, Alegria 1, Billings. Totals 23 9-12 57. Morro Bay . . . 16 12 6 12 -- 46 Santa Ynez . . . 15 15 18 9 -- 57 ;  3-point goals--MB 1 (Dixon), SY 2 (Dreher, Billings). Total fouls--MB 15, SY 10. Fouled out--Riley. Technicals--None. Records--SY: 8-2 TVL, 15-8 overall. MB: 6-4.

Paso Robles 69, St. Joseph Santa Maria 54--Paso Robles High wrapped up sole possession of the Los Padres League boys basketball title Friday,
beating St. Joseph 69-54. The Bearcats had a scare early. They fell behind 29-11 in the first half before tying the game at halftime. Paso Robles then put together a 28-point fourth quarter to pull away for its ninth straight win. J.R. Webb had 16 points for Paso Robles, while Bo Adams scored 12 and Ryan Hynes finished with 10. Paso Robles, 9-1 in the LPL and 20-3 overall, enters the playoff next week.

Atascadero 66, Cabrillo 55-- The Greyhounds had four players in double figures as they finished the regular season with a win. Pat Bresnahan had 18 points, Jordan Lieser 14, Issac Saiz 13 and Riley Prickett 10. The Greyhounds, 3-7 in the LPL and 11-13 overall, were tied with the Conquistadores at halftime, but outscored Cabrillo 15-6 in the third quarter. Atascadero finishes in sole possession of fourth place in the LPL and will await word on whether it receives an at-large berth to the playoffs. Cabrillo, 2-8 and 6-19, was led by David Drake’s 20 points.

Marmonte League

Simi Valley 82, Royal 46--Jered Weaver, a 6-foot-5 senior guard for the Simi Valley boys' basketball team, completed a special night for his family Friday night. His 14 points and six assists helped Simi Valley record an 82-46 win over Royal in the Marmonte League finale. At halftime, his older brother, Jeff, now with the Detroit Tigers, had his No. 25 baseball jersey retired by the school.   Gonzaga-bound Dustin Villipigue scored 21 points and recorded 16 rebounds and seven blocks for the host Pioneers (18-8, 7-5). Junior forwards Joel Hendershot and Kyle Vondrak each had 10 points for the Highlanders (1-25, 0-12).

Westlake 65, Agoura 62--If Westlake wouldn't celebrate a league championship on its home court, neither would Agoura. A sterling second half by the Warriors assured that, as Westlake wiped out a nine-point deficit with a 17-2 run en route to a 65-52 victory in the regular-season finale. Kole Anderson, with just two points in the first half, ended with a game-high 20 points, including four 3-pointers, and Tyler Adamczyk notched 16 points and 16 rebounds and Westlake wrapped up third place in league at 8-4 (14-9 overall) and the No. 3 seeding for next week's playoffs. Agoura, seeking at least a share of the league championship, settles for second place at 9-3 (20-5 overall). The balanced, but cold-shooting Chargers, got 13 points apiece from Adam Allegro and Kevin Cornwell, and 12 points from Johnny Gray. Agoura, despite hitting just 10 of 34 shots, used its full-court press to build a nine-point lead midway through the third period. Cornwell's 3-pointer with 3:15 left in the quarter upped the advantage to 37-28. Thereafter, Westlake seized control. Anderson's jumper cut the deficit to 37-30, then Adam Mazarie and Anderson each connected on back-to-back 3-pointers to spark a 14-2 closing run in the period. Adamczyk's rebound basket and a free throw by Brandon Duplessie upped Westlake's lead to 45-39 at the top of the fourth quarter. Agoura never got closer than four points again.

Thousand Oaks 75, Newbury Park 56--With the help of 13 3-pointers and Westlake's win over Agoura, Thousand Oaks claimed sole possession of the Marmonte League title, winning 75-56 at Newbury Park. Thousand Oaks is 20-5, 10-2 to finish a game ahead of Agoura, which lost 65-52. Newbury Park finishes 13-12, 3-9, and will hope for an at-large playoff bid.  Dave Anderson (three 3s, 19 points) and Ben Olson (four 3s, 18 points) led the way, with Kyle Kegley added three 3s and 14 points. Olson led the team's 13-of-28 shooting from long range, hitting 4 of 6 beyond the arc.  Olson made a 3 on the first Lancer possession, followed by two from Anderson for a 9-2 lead the team would never relinquish.  Newbury Park made a few runs, the last to cut a 15-point lead to 38-33 midway through the third quarter, but Thousand Oaks finished that period with a 16-5 burst to lock up the game and, as it turned out, the league.  Thousand Oaks did that by getting into the up-tempo game it prefers, helped in no small part by Newbury Park's turnovers. The Panthers had 15 giveaways in the first half, 21 overall, leading to 25 Thousand Oaks points. Newbury Park scored just seven points off Thousand Oaks turnovers. Anderson and Kevin Rex each had four assists for Thousand Oaks, which finished with 15. Anderson also had seven rebounds. Newbury Park was led by Adam Carlson with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Aaron Bobik, with 10 points, eight rebounds and three assists.

Metro League

Cal Lutheran 73,  Boys Republic 71 -- Phil Neujahr led Wildomar Cal Lutheran in this Metro Leaue game with his team-high 17 points and 11 rebounds. Uri Bahn had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Mark Baker had 12 rebounds and 11 points. Jesse Wenzel had 13 rebounds and 11 points. Cal Lutheran led 9 in last 2 minutes when Chino Hills Boys republic went on a 9-0 run to tie it up at 70. Uri Bahn made a game-winnin lay-up with 7 seconds remaining.  CAL LUTHERAN (73) -- Bahn 16, Neujahr 17, Johnson 12, Baker 11, Wenzel 11, Lemmerman 6.  BOYS REPUBLIC (71) -- Cotten 27, Manzano 22, Battle 9, Lancaster 7, Haynes 4, Emidy 2. Halftime score -- 38-38. Three-point goals -- Bahn, Cotten, Battle 3. Total fouls -- Cal Lutheran 11, Boys Republic 21. Fouled out -- Lancaster. Technical fouls -- Baker.  Records: Cal Lutheran 11-0, 14-5. Boys Republic 10-2, 15-10.

Upland Christian 56, Calvary Chapel Redlands 41--Jake Garcia scored 19 points in the win for Upland Christian (10-13, 7-5).

Riverside Christian 86, Lake Arrowhead Christian 22 -- Matt Williams had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Jeremy Ayres added 19 for Riverside Christian. Dustin DeCarlo came off the bench and hit five three-pointers for the Cougars.RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (86) -- Ayres 19, Williams 20, Bowlus 2, Manning 10, Vargas 0, Chiado 6, DeCarlo 17, Collins 6, Tucker 4, LaFarga 2. LAKE ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (22) -- Cote 6, Kinsley 5, Risden 6, Moody 3, Netherland 2. Halftime score -- Riverside Christian 45-9. Three-point goals -- Ayres 3, DeCarlo 5, Moody. Total fouls -- Riverside Christian 14, Lake Arrowhead Christian 12. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.   Records: Riverside Christian 6-6, 6-9.

Mission Valley League

Gabrielino 51, Arroyo 44--The Eagles (10-16, 6-4) overcame a lousy first half, in which they hit just four of their 25 shots from the field, to squeak out a 51-44 victory with a dazzling performance by Ernesto Ruiz.  Ruiz came alive in the final three minutes of play, scoring eight of his team-high 14 points in the final 2:33 and boosting his team's momentum with a series of defensive plays.  Ruiz nailed a 3-pointer with 2:33 to play to tie the game at 40-40. He then stole the ball in the backcourt on the ensuing possession and tapped in a lay-up to pull the Eagles ahead for good.  The Knights (10-15, 5-5), who watched their lead evaporate in the fourth quarter, failed to respond to Ruiz and allowed Gabrielino to close the game with a 6-of-9 performance from the free-throw line in the final minute.  Arroyo broke out to an early lead in the second quarter, following a 6-5 first quarter. Kevin Zhang, who led all players in points and rebounding, shot baskets on the move to extend the lead to 23-13 at the end of the half.  Zhang scored 11 of his game-high 15 points and missed just two shots in the first half. He collected 13 rebounds and threw back two offensive rebounds for second-chance points.  Sean Carey, who hit a 3-point basket with 5:22 to play to give Gabrielino its first lead since the start of the second quarter, scored 13 points and held Zhang in check under the basket by collecting 11 rebounds of his own.  Physical play and emotions took center stage throughout the game.  The referees issued warnings to both teams between the first and second quarters following a series of intentional bumps and pushes by multiple players.  Ruiz was called for an intentional foul in the third quarter after slamming Arroyo's John Tionco into the bleachers to avoid a fast-break opportunity. 

Moore League

Long Beach Poly 61, Long Beach Jordan 50-- Markee White made three key outside jump shots over the first 10 minutes of the second half to help Poly quickly erase a 26-21 halftime deficit in a 61-50 win over the Panthers in front of an overflow crowd. The victory marked Poly's 33rd consecutive Moore League win. The Jackrabbits (22-5, 12-0) had clinched the school's 22nd Moore League boys basketball title when Jordan (19-10, 9-3) lost to Millikan on Wednesday. White finished with 12 points and a game-high 10 rebounds, after making 1 of 6 shots in the first half. Marcedes Lewis scored 14 points for Poly, while DeAndre Williams added 12 points and 8 rebounds off the bench.  Senior guard Ron Banks and senior center Clay Salima led Jordan with 16 and 13 points, respectively. The Panthers stayed in the game, however, in large part thanks to senior guard Josh Estrada, who scored 10 points and registered team-highs with 8 rebounds, 5 steals and 4 assists.

Millikan 72, Cabrillo 54

Compton 74, Lakewood 71

Ocean League

Compton Centennial 63, Torrance 40--With fourth place and an automatic playoff berth on the line, Anthony Davis scored 19 points to lead Centennial to a 63-40 win over Torrance in a one-game Ocean League playoff at South Torrance High. Gabriel Pruitt added 17 points as Centennial (8-7 in league) started the game by taking a 20-12 first-quarter lead and were in charge, 34-17, at halftime. Michael Williams and Lance Keyes led Torrance (13-14, 7-7) with 10 points each. James Chang and Marshawn Williams, Torrance's offensive leaders, were held to 5 and 2 points, respectively, by Centennial's defense.  South can still earn an at-large bid because it has meet the 11-win requirement.

Orange League

Anaheim 57, Magnolia 56--Quinn Hawking made two free throws with 10 seconds remaining to lift the Colonists (11-15, 3-7). Hawking and Chasin Mitchell finished with 21 points each. Geoffrey Clayton scored 20 for Magnolia (13-13, 5-5).

Brea Olinda 87, Western 42--Brea Olinda (19-7, 9-1) shot 55% from the field and hit 15 of 26 three-pointers in wrapping up its third consecutive league title. Three players scored in double figures, led by Ryan Moore with 25 points.

Valencia 57, Savanna 43--Chris Bales had 13 points, Keinan Briggs 12 and Emmanuel Ortega 10 for Valencia (19-8, 8-2).Savanna is 10-16, 4-6.

Pacific View League

Camarillo 66, Channel Islands 57--Camarillo outscored Channel Islands 22-4 in the final six minutes on its way to a 66-57 win in a third place playoff game played Friday night at Rio Mesa High School.  Channel Islands, which led most of the game, held a 53-44 lead with 5:50 to play in Friday's Pacific View League third-place playoff game. But the Raiders, needing a win to progress to the postseason, froze up on their way to the playoffs.   The results knocks out Channel Islands (8-17, 3-6 in the PVL) from postseason consideration. Camarillo (14-13, 4-5) moves on to the CIF-Southern Section I-AAtournament next week. Channel Islands led 16-9 after one quarter and 32-25 at halftime. A Steven Baier layup in traffic put Channel Islands up nine points with 5:50 to play.  The run started when Camarillo guard Brad Boyer was fouled while attempting a 3-point shot. Boyer (9 points) converted all three free throws and the run was on.  Jared Jungwirth and Ian Caldwell put together back-to-back 3-point plays to take the lead, 55-54, with 2:57 left. Jungwirth (16 points) and Caldwell (15 points) paced a balanced Camarillo scoresheet.  Matt Wallman (10 points) put the game away with three straight Camarillo scores, swishing a 15 footer, banking in a 10 footer, and wheeling on the blocks in transition to make it 61-54 with 1:05 remaining.  Manny Berrelleza led Channel Islands with 15 points. Baier and Aldrin Tamayo added nine points each. Camarillo won the regular season finale Thursday, 62-55, forcing Friday's playoff game. The two teams split the regular season series.  

Prep League

Flintridge Prep 43, Webb 30-- With the win, Flintridge Prep took sole possession second place in league. Pasadena Poly (8-13, 4-4 in league) lost to Rio Hondo Prep, 62-55, Friday at Rio Hondo and dropped to third place. Flintridge Prep (12-11, 5-3 in league) was 12 for 31 (38.7%) from the field in the first half. Also helping the Rebels was the Gauls' poor shooting, as they hit just two shots in the first 16 minutes. However, Webb outscored Flintridge Prep, 25-18, in the last 16 minutes. Rebel Forward Matt Lauer scored 10 of his 12 points in the first half, helping his team to a 25-5 advantage. He pulled down six rebounds. Brian Strand took the lead in the second half, when he scored eight of his game-high 13 points.  The Rebels will be without the services of senior Bryan Young in the playoffs, who is out with a back injury. He played just eight games and average 10 points per contest. Webb 3 2 13 12 -- 30 Flint. Prep 17 8 9 9 -- 43 WEBB--Smith 8, Rao 6, Baczynski 5, Cheng 5, Whitfield 4, Lee 2. Three-pointers: Smith 2, Cheng. FLINT. PREP--Strand 13, Lauer 12, Guilanians 6, O'Byrne 4, Phelps 4, Mercer 2, Valdes 2. Three-pointers: O'Byrne, Strand.

Rio Hondo 'Prep 62, Pasadena Poly 55-- Rio Hondo ouscored Poly 20-12 in the fourth quarter.  Jason Dinius scored 11, Devon Drain 18, Ryan Prest 12, Paul Hampton 4, Kyle Corral 4, Ryan Westervoorde 4, and John Echevarria 6.  For Poly (4-4), Marshall Duncan had 12, Ini Archibong 2, Robbins 7, Nungesser 4, Kawachi 14, and Matt Sargeant  16.

Sea View League

Newport Harbor 56, Aliso Niguel 53--Aaron Yarnal scored 18 points, including two free throws in the last 16 seconds for Newport Harbor (19-6, 5-3), which finishes second behind Woodbridge. Tony Mellum had 13 points with 16 rebounds for the Sailors. Brandon Sievers scored a game-high 27 points for Aliso Niguel, which tied Laguna Hills for third. Newport Harbor 17 12 12 15 - 56 Aliso Niguel 16 11 10 16 - 53  Newport Harbor - Yarnal 18, Melum 13, Perrine 11, Peterson 4, Young 4, Pajevic 4, Cameron 2, Diefenbach 0.   3-pt. goals - Yarnal 2, Melum 2, Young 1. Fouled out - none.  Technicals - none. Aliso Niguel - Sievers 25, Zanolli 13, Lamela 5, Alconcel 4, Buchert 4, Ebel 2. 3-pt. goals - Sievers 3, Zanolli 1, Lamela 1.  Fouled out - Alconcel. Technicals - none

Woodbridge 67, Irvine 33--The Warriors (22-4, 8-0) won a game at Irvine that was halted with 29 seconds remaining when debris was thrown onto the court. Danny Lambert led all scorers with 21 points.

Sierra League

Ayala 65, Rowland 41--Ayala High's boys' basketball team avenged an earlier loss and nailed down a share of the Sierra League title Friday night with a 65-41 rout of Rowland.  The Bulldogs (19-7, 7-3) outscored the last-place Raiders 23-9 in the fourth quarter and 38-19 in the second half. Ayala will be the league's No. 2 seed in the CIF Division 1-AAA playoffs behind No. 1 Diamond Bar because of a Jan. 24 loss to last-place Rowland.  The Bulldogs split with Diamond Bar, split with three-way league champion Damien and split with doormat Rowland.  Ken Quinn led Ayala with 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Malik Jones added 16 points and nine rebounds. 

Damien 60, Diamond Bar 55--Damien outlasted Diamond Bar, 60-55, putting both schools and Ayala in a three-way gridlock for the Sierra League title. Senior guard Aaron Garcia scored 30 points and hit two backbreaking 3-pointers in the fourth quarter that helped the Spartans (18-9 overall, 7-3 league) surge ahead of the Brahmas (12-14, 7-3) late. Diamond Bar, meanwhile, hit a serious bump early in Friday night's game. Sophomore point guard Khalif Ford was ejected in the first quarter for elbowing Damien's Adam Buffum in the head. By CIF rules, Ford must now miss the Brahmas' first playoff game.With Ford gone and with Diamond Bar center Mark Jecmen in foul trouble in the fourth quarter, the Spartans went to work. The two teams were tied at 42 at the end of three quarters, and the Brahmas trailed just 51-49 with 3:43 remaining. Garcia then hit a 3-pointer with 3:14 left, and after Matt Brunelle scored inside, Garcia hit another 3 - from about 25 feet. It gave the Spartans a 57-51 lead and turned the game into a fouling contest. Diamond Bar pulled to within four with 1:12 left, and its last gasp expired when Andrew Villanueva missed a 3-pointer with 16 seconds left.  For the Brahmas, who won their first five league games before going 2-3 in the second time around, they will also enter the playoffs as a No. 1 seed because they're in Division 1-AAA.   Kenny Quinn had 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists to lead host Ayala to a 65-41 Sierra League victory over Rowland Heights Rowland on Friday. The Bulldogs (19-7, 7-3) held a 27-22 halftime lead but finally put the game away in the fourth quarter by outscoring Rowland 23-9. Malik Jones added 16 points to help Ayala, which clinched a three-way tie for first place in the league. John Wong had 12 points to lead Rowland (6-18, 1-9).

Suburban League

Norwalk 66, Glenn 61

Artesia 63, Bellflower 58

Cerritos 90, La Mirada 87

Sunset League

Marina 72, Esperanza 71--In a game that decided the league's third and final guaranteed playoff berth, the Vikings (11-15, 6-5) beat the host Aztecs (12-15, 5-6). Brian Riley led Marina with 18 points and provided the game-winning margin on a free throw.

Tri-Valley League

Oak Park 50, Bishop Diego 46--Grant Smith scored a game-high 19 points, including five 3-pointers, Friday night to guide Oak Park to a 50-46 boys basketball victory at Bishop Diego.  Ryan Perez topped the Cardinals, who were playing their second game in as many nights, with 12 points. Bishop Diego (3-5, 7-14) tied Fillmore for third place but earned the league's third CIF berth by sweeping the Flashes, including a 54-52 win on Thursday. The Cardinals led 42-37 with 3 minutes to play before Oak Park (6-2, 17-6) took control with a 9-0 run. OAK PARK -- Testan 3, McNair 7, Adams 10, Frank 5, Crellin 6, Smith 19. Totals 17 9-13 50.  BISHOP DIEGO -- Renick 4, Perez 12, Frawley 3, Minehan 3, Brown 6, Scheftic 4, Korsan 8, Cavaletto 6. Totals 20 3-4 46.   Oak Park . . . 14 6 9 21-- 50  Bishop Diego . . . 10 10 15 11 -- 46   3-point goals--OP 7 (Smith 5, Crellin 2), BD 3 (Cavaletto 2, Minehan). Total fouls--OP 6, BD 12. Fouled out--None. Technicals--None. Records--BD: 3-5 TVL, 7-14 overall. OP: 6-2, 17-6.

St. Bonaventure 82, Carpinteria 55-- Scott Lopez scored 17 points and Travis Bright 15 in the Tri-Valley League loss.

Valle Vista League

San Dimas 69, Northview 28--Valle Vista League-champion Saints (23-3, 13-1) were outscored 6-0 by the Vikings to start the game, then went on a 27-0 run to secure another rout.  Three San Dimas starters scored in double figures, led by Jason Greenlee and Curtis Small, who each had 15 points. Chris Greenwade added 13.

Bonita 72, Baldwin Park 48 -- The host Bearcats rolled off a 26-4 third-quarter run to overwhelm the Braves and seal second place in the Valle Vista League.  Senior forward Chris Dean led Bonita (20-6, 11-3) with 26 points and 11 rebounds while senior guard Jeran Carr added 16 for the Bearcats, on 4-6 shooting from three point range. The Bearcats trailed 25-24 at halftime before blowing the game open, and outscored the Braves 24-4 in the fourth quarter. .

Ganesha 84, South Hills 74--Mike Efevberha had 30 points and 13 rebounds and Franklin Ike added 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead Ganesha (15-12, 9-5).

Valley League

Pilibos 38, AGBU 33--details not available.

Southern Section Non- League Games--Friday, Feb. 9, 2001

Compton Dominguez 43, St. Patrick (NY) 41-- Dominguez was in New Jersey at the Prime Time Shootout, as Tyson Chandler makes his farewell high school tour in preparation for the playoffs.  Chandler scored 14 points, while Keion Kindred had 4, Bobby Jones 8, Williams 8, Darius Sanders 4, Merdock 2, Tony Bryant 2.

Cornerstone Christian 57, Coutin 36--details not available.

Summit View 63, Wildwood 18--Details not available. 

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