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CIF-SS Boys I-A Bracket Update:
2nd Round Results & Details--(Feb. 21, 2001)

Second Round (Sweet 16)

No. 1 Mater Dei 113, La Sierra 42
Canyon 103, Lancaster 95
Claremont 64, Simi Valley 46
Arlington 61, California 58

No. 3 Villa Park 68, St. John Bosco 46
Newport Harbor 72, Pacific 69 (OT)
Temescal Canyon 55, Mira Costa 50
No. 4 Corona Centennial 96, Perris 57

Here's the bracket updatd with Quarterfinal matchups and scores from prior games. Details of the Tuesday, 2/0 games  follows the bracket:

First round games
February 16
  Second Round
Feb. 20
  Quarterfinals
Feb. 23
  Semifinals
Feb. 27
Alternate Site
  Finals
March 1
The Pond
Upper Half of Bracket        
Anaheim45 @ Mater Dei 89 Mater Dei 113
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La Sierra 42
Mater Dei

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Canyon

   
La Sierra 67 @ West Valley 57
Buena 65 @ Lancaster 83 Lancaster 95
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Canyon 103
Canyon (A) 61 @ El Dorado 59
Sunny Hills 43 @ Claremont 50 Claremont 64
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Simi Valley 46
Claremont

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Arlington

Simi Valley70 @ Canyon (CC) 54
Rio Mesa 56 @ California 68 California 58
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Arlington 61
Arlington 66 @ Woodbridge 63
Lower Half of Bracket      
Palm Springs43 @ Villa Park  80 Villa Park 68
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St. John Bosco 46
Newport Harbor

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Villa Park

 
St. John Bosco 60 @ Loara 56
Santa Fe50 @ Newport Harbor 56 Pacific 69
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Newport Harbor 72 (OT)
Riverside Poly 64 @ Pacific 65
Rubidoux 76 @ Temescal Canyon 84 Temescal Canyon 55
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Mira Costa 50
Corona Centennial

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Temescal Canyon

Mira Costa 45 @ Damien 43
Saugus 63 @ Perris 84 Perris 57
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Corona Centennial 96
Ventura 59 @ Centennial Corona 87

DIVISION I-A

Mater Dei 113, La Sierra 42--Most Mater Dei starters played only half the game as the Monarchs built a 62-20 lead at halftime. All the subs played, including three brought up from the freshman team for the playoffs.  Jamal Sampson was the high-scorer with 17 points. Mater Dei will play Canyon in the quarterfinals Friday. MATER DEI (113) -- Strawberry 11, Brown 11, Michel 10, Porter 14, Bozeman 13, Washington 9, Galder 8, Baker 4, Sampson 17, Delgado 4, Schaen 6, Doismet 2, Garcia 3, Joyce 1. LA SIERRA (42) -- Cryder 6, Rincon 10, Johnson 4, Bock 2, Midgett 10, Biggs 7, Vasquez 2, Alenegui 1. Halftime score -- Mater Dei 62-20. Three-point goals -- Brown 3, Porter 3, Galder, Garcia, Cryder, Rincon 2. Total fouls -- Mater Dei 18, La Sierra 20. Fouled out -- Rincon, Johnson, Midgett. Technical fouls -- Vasquez. Records: Mater Dei 26-2, La Sierra 16-12

Canyon 103, Lancaster 95--Derron Putnam scored 35 points and Nate Miller added 26 in a high-scoring victory for the home Comanches (18-10). They will play next against Mater Dei, which beat Canyon, 104-79, last month.

Claremont 64, Simi Valley 46-- Claremont succeeded in shutting down 6'-9" senior Gonzaga-signee Dustin Villepigue who finished with 10 points as the Wolfpack scored a 64-46 win over the Pioneers in a Southern Section Division I-A second-round gameat Simi Valley. Simi Valley (20-9) was stymied by the double coverage on Villepigue, and none of Simi's shooters was hitting and had trouble with Claremont's 2-3 zone. Claremont forward Micah Lombard dominated the opening minutes and scored 12 points during the initial burst. Only foul trouble prevented Lombard from scoring more than 16 points. But the Wolfpack had plenty of other scoring options, particularly guards Sean Terrell (19 points) and Kevyn White (12 points), two small, tremendously athletic seniors who were able to pull up from anywhere on the court and make jump shots in the first half.  Claremont took a 29-21 halftime lead, opened the margin to 12 midway through the third quarter and never lost the double-digit lead.  The Pioneers were led by Jered Weaver, who scored 16 points. Villepigue added 10 rebounds for Simi Valley. Claremont (64) — White 14, Terrell 17, Aaron 13, Wilburn 0, Lombard 16, Maxwell 2, O’Connor 2, Green 0 Totals 25-53 4-10 64 Simi Valley (46) — Martin 2, Bradshaw 6, Villepigue 10, K.C. Bellefontaine 6, Weaver 16, Duarte 0, Danny Bellefontaine 1, Aram Masredjian 2, Chin 1, Grandchamp 2. Totals 16-44 10-16 46.  Claremont--18  11  18   17--64;  Simi Valley--9  12  14  11--46; 3-Point goals —Claremont 6 (Terrell 3, Lombard 2, White 1). Simi Valley 4 (Bradshaw 2, Weaver 2). Fouled out — Maxwell, Lombard (C). Rebounds — Claremont 26, Simi Valley 24 (Villepigue 10). Total fouls — Claremont 17, Simi Valley 13.

Arlington 61, California 58-- Adam Aguirre made two free thorws in the closing seconds of the game to give Arlington a three point lead which they never relinquished, to win the game.  Aguirre finished with 13 oints, and he also broke the Lions' season assist record, with 143 assists (the prior record was held by Matt Jones in 1983-84 with 139).  The Lions (21-9) will now face Claremont in a quarterfinal game on Friday. The Condors finish the season at 18-9.CALIFORNIA (58) -- Gonzales 4, Frazier 5, Shellman 19, Anchondo 16, Oltjenbruns 4, Amido 8, Flores 2.  ARLINGTON (61) -- Simon 5, Glover 13, Willman 9, Holguin 8, Aguirre 13, McAllister 2, Heru 2, Christie 9.  Halftime score -- California 31-28. Three-point goals -- Amido 2, Anchondo, Christie, Holguin, Aguirre, Glover. Total fouls -- California 15, Arlington 16. Fouled out -- Anchondo.  Records: Whittier California 18-9, Riverside Arlington 21-9.

Villa Park 68, St. John Bosco 46--Corey Miller produced the second triple double in Villa Park history with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. He also had 14 points, including four three-pointers, by halftime, compared to 19 points by St. John Bosco in the first half. Villa Park is 23-5.

Newport Harbor 72, Pacific 69 (OT)--Tony Mellum had 32 points and 20 rebounds as host Newport Harbor (21-6) scored the final five points in overtime to advance to the quarterfinals to play third-seeded Villa Park. Donnell Jury led Pacific (19-7) with 28 points, but missed a three-point shot that would have forced a second overtime. PACIFIC (69) -- Davis 4, Bradley 2, Jury 28, Kinser 7, Easley 3, Adams 21, Mohammed 4. NEWPORT HARBOR (72) -- Perrine 7, Peterson 4, Young 5, Yarnel 17, Pajebic 7, Melum 32. Halftime score -- Pacific 27-22 End of Regulation -- 63-63. Three-point goals -- Jury, Kinser, Perrine, Young, Pajebic. Total fouls -- Pacific 15, Newport Harbor 15. Fouled out -- Kinser, Adams. Records: Newport Harbor 21-6, Pacific 19-7

Temescal Canyon 55, Mira Costa 50--Temescal Canyon's Kris Maxey scored 15 of his 20 points in the third quarter, including three back-breaking 3-pointers to oust Mira Costa (17-10) from the CIF D-IA playoffs. Mira Costa was down by 14 points entering the fourth quarter of Tuesday's second-round CIF Division I-A playoff game against Temescal Canyon, and despite a rally, the Titans lost 55-50 to Temescal Canyon. Mira Costa finishes at 17-10. Chase Wixom had a team high 19 points, four assists and four blocks for Mira Costa, while USF-bound DeWayne Morris finished with nine points and five steals. Jake Insler added eight points and six assists.   Mira Costa trailed by two points at halftime, but Temescal Canyon went on a 23-11 run in the third. The Mustangs used a full-court, man-to-man defense to rally. Morris drained back-to-back baskets to bring Mira Costa within 49-47 with 3:15 left, but Temescal Canyon (23-6) hit 5-of-7 free throws to put the game away.  TEMESCAL CANYON (55) -- Maxey 20, Kennedy 8, Wing 8, Roberson 8, Cleary 7, Zarbok 4.  MIRA COSTA (50) -- Insler 8, Wiley 2, Ciasulli 4, Gier 4, Morris 9, Shamburg 5, Wixom 18. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 24-22. Three-point goals -- Maxey 3, Insier 2. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 17, Mira Costa 15. Fouled out -- Wiley.  Records: Temescal Canyon 23-6, Mira Costa 17-7

Corona Centennial 96, Perris 57--The second-seeded Huskies beat the Panthers, 96-57. Centennial (26-2) advances to the quarterfinals on Friday at Temescal Canyon.  Centennial 's J.R. Reese scored 16 points, Lance Soderberg had 15 points and 12 rebounds, Jamaal Williams who signed with New Mexico, had 15 points and 10 rebounds and David Sybesma had eight assists.  Perris (17-8), the co-champion of the Sunbelt League were hurt when center Jason Zimmer was called for two fouls in the opening 2:05, and was required to sit for long stretches. He eventually fouled out early in the fourth with five points. Antione Gilliam led Perris with 13 points.  PERRIS (57) -- Gilliam 13, Zimmer 5, Hunter 9, Miller 7, Gordon 2, Johnson 9, Flores 2, Martin 4, Green 4, Robinson 2.  CENTENNIAL (96) -- L.Soderberg 15, Sybesma 8, Reese 16, Ja.Williams 15, E.Soderberg 14, Smith 2, Alexander 2, Gonzales 9, Staten 5, Brisman 1, B.Williams 6, B.Soderberg 3.  Halftime score -- Centennial 42-21. Three-point goals -- Gilliam 3, Johnson, Miller, L.Soderberg, Gonzales, Reese 4, Staten. Total fouls -- Perris 23, Centennial 19. Fouled out -- Zimmer. Technical fouls -- Perris coach Landers.  Records: Perris 17-8, Centennial 26-2.  

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