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

Second Round (Sweet 16)

No. 1 Dominguez 120, Rim of the World 59
Chaparral 46, Westlake 45
Paso Robles 60, Sonora 56
Santa Barbara 79, No. 4 Cathedral City 63

No. 3 Inglewood 96, Bellflower 52
Pasadena 63, Laguna Hills 50
Elsinore 68, La Quinta 63
No. 2 Santa Margarita 59, Kennedy 44

Here's the bracket showing the scores of prior games and the quarterfinal matchups.  Details of the Tuesday, 2/20 games follow the bracket:

First round games
February 16
  Second Round
Feb. 20
  Quarterfinals
Feb. 23
  Semifinals
Feb. 27
Alternate Site
  Finals
March 3
The Pond
Upper Half of Bracket        
Torrance 47 @ Dominguez 66 Rim of the World 59
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Dominguez 120
Dominguez

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Chaparral

   
Norco  66 @ Rim of the World 69
Chaparral 74 @ Valencia P 56 Westlake 45
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Chaparral 46
Westlake 58 @ La Serna 50
Santiago GG 55 @ Sonora 70 Sonora 56
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Paso Robles 60
Santa Barbara

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Paso Robles

Moorpark 55 @ Paso Robles 70
El Monte 34 @ Santa Barbara 66 Cathedral City
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Santa Barbara
Victor Valley 83 @ Cathedral City 84
Lower Half of Bracket      
Gahr 53 @ Inglewood 84 Inglewood96
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Bellflower 52
Inglewood

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Pasadena

 
Bellflower 63 @ South Torrance 55
Laguna Hills 55 @ Brea Olinda 52 Laguna Hills 50
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Pasadena 63
Pasadena61 @ Agoura 56
Cypress 60 @ La Quinta LQ 65 La Quinta 63
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Elsinore 68
Elsinore

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Santa Margarita

Elsinore 69 @ Ramona 59
Kennedy 64 @ Los Amigos 53 Santa Margarita 59
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Kennedy 44
Tustin 42 @ Santa Margarita 49
Thurs 2/15 8:00 p.m

DIVISION II-AA

Dominguez 120, Rim of the World 59--Tyson Chander scored 58 points as the Dons cruised to a 120-59 vwin over the Fighting Scotts of Rim of the world.  He set his own personal best, which had previously been 36. Bobby Jones finished with 16 oints.  Darius Sanders did not play, nursing a strained right knee.  

Chaparral 46, Westlake 45--WESTLAKE (45) -- Mazarei 6, Anderson 9, Entrikin 8, Weidner 0, Adamczyk 12, Duplessie 7, Young 2, Graham 1. CHAPARRAL (46) -- Castillo 2, Buller 20, Craig 14, Castro 2, Cooke 5, Newman 3.   Halftime score -- Chaparral 26-23. Three-point goals -- Mazarei, Anderson, Buller 2, Craig 3. Total fouls -- Westlake 13, Chaparral 16. Fouled out -- Castillo. Records: Chaparral 21-7.

Paso Robles 60, Sonora 56--  Paso Robles beat fifth-ranked Sonora 60-56 in the CIF-Southern Section Division II-AA game before a packed Gil Asa Gym. The Bearcats, down by 11 points in the first quarter, made four free throws in the final 1:37 to break a 56-56 tie and move to the next round. Paso Robles (22-3) faces Santa Barbara (18-10) on Friday in the quarterfinals. The site will be determined today by coin flip.  Anguiano scored a career-high 21 points with seven rebounds, while Wilder had 11 points and Lee 10.  Sonora held the Paso Robles trio of Garrett Wesch, Ryan Hynes and Wade Fair to a combined three points.

Santa Barbara 79, Cathedral City 63-- The Dons, 18-10, will play Paso Robles in the quarterfinals on Friday following the win over No. 4 seed Cathedral City at Santa Barbara on Tuesday night.  Cathedral City (23-6) was ranked No. 10 in the State in D-II, but the Dons never really let the Lions offense get started, taking a 15-4 lead early and outscoring Cathedral City in every quarter. Dommanic Ingerson led five Dons players in double figures with 20 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Point guard Dante DeRose had13 points and nine assists. Trey Putnam had 14 points and seven rebounds while Tucker Waterman had 15 points and six rebounds. Cat City's  Thomas Shewmake (6'-11" Jr. C/F) finished with 16 points, while Brandon Grey had 12 and point guard Gerald DeVance had 14.  CATHEDRAL CITY -- DeVance 14, Lambert 2, Otteson 5, Heredia 10, Gray 12, Lewis 2, Shewmake 16, Matthews 2. Totals 21 16-22 63. SANTA BARBARA -- Putnam 14, Maloney 13, Ingerson 20, DeRose 13, Waterman 15, Duke 2, Boyd 2. Totals 30 14-21 79. Cathedral City--12 15 18 18 -- 63  Santa Barbara--19 17 20 23 -- 79 3-point goals -- CC 5 (DeVance 2, Heredia 2, Otteson), SB 5 (Maloney 2, Ingerson 2, Putnam). Fouled out--Waterman (2:03).|

Inglewood 96, Bellflower 52-- Terrell Stovall scored 20 points and Teddy Fletcher and Anthony Davis each had 17 points as Inglewood won its second-round game on the road.  Inglewood (26-5) went on a 28-11 first-quarter run and led at halftime, 49-28.  Ray Reed added 16 points, Doug Thomas had 11 points and seven rebounds and Jason Perry finished with 10 points. Inglewood will play Pasadena Friday in the quarterfinals at a site yet to be determined. Pasadena defeated Laguna Hills 63-50 in the second round. Inglewood led by as many as 20 points in the first quarter and rolled over Bellflower, 96-52, in the CIF-Southern Section Division II-AA playoffs. The Buccaneers simply looked out-manned against an impressively well-balanced Inglewood. The Sentinels (25-5) had a 15-0 run in the first quarter from 2:47 to 42 seconds remaining, and displayed some of their balance. Teddy Fletcher, who finished with 17 points and five assists, made two 3-point field goals in the run. Sophomore Ray Reed, who had 16 points, also made a 3-point shot in the run. He also had a steal and drove the length of the court for a dunk to highlight the run and add more to the Sentinels highlight reel. Inglewood went up, 25-5, and Bellflower (17-12) never could recover. Bellflower shooting guard Terrell Hendricks had a team-high 18 points. Archie Childers added 10 points, and Justin Allen had eight points.

Pasadena 63, Laguna Hills 50-- Pasadena (15-12) adjusted to a Laguna Hills team that would not let it run. The Bulldogs found openings in the Hawks' half-court game and shut down their offense in a dominating 63-50 victory.  Dino Wilburn, who scored a game-high 21 points, ignited the Bulldogs' offense with four 3-pointers in the second quarter. He missed four of his first five shots against an aggressive Hawks defense, but found open shots around the perimeter. Wilburn's second 3-pointer gave Pasadena its final lead, 13-11, with 6:20 to play in the half. All four baskets were part of a 26-11 Bulldogs scoring run that began with 1:34 left in the first quarter and ended with 4:52 to play in the third. During the 12:42 run, Laguna Hills (17-11) failed to produce a single basket from the field and relied on free throws to keep its scoring total respectable. Laguna Hills found perimeter scoring from its guards, Jeff Sherman (20 points) and Chris Lee (14 points), but the failed to find consistency. The Hawks had just four shot attempts during the crucial second quarter, but seemed to score at will when the game was out of reach. Johnny Eubanks scored 16 points for Pasadena

Elsinore 68, La Quinta 63-- LA QUINTA (63) -- Gutierrez 14, Marujo 12, Aceves 0, St. Angelos 17, Martinez 16, Mathews 4.  ELSINORE (68) -- Lux 14, Keahey 12, Wolter 16, Cirilo 3, Green 15, Kondus 8. Halftime score -- Elsinore 31-28. Three-point goals -- St. Angelos 3, Martinez 2, Lux 2, Keahey 2, Wolter 2, Cirilo, Green 2. Total fouls -- La Quinta 13, Elsinore 13. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.Records: Elsinore 17-10, La Quinta 22-6

Santa Margarita 59, Kennedy 44--R.J. Socci scored 19 points and Lenny Collins had 18 Tuesday to lead Santa Margarita over host Kennedy, 59-44, in the second round of the Division II-AA boys' basketball playoffs.  The Eagles (23-4), ranked second in the county, pulled away with a 13-2 run in the second quarter to double-up on Kennedy, 28-14, at halftime.  The Eagles controlled the boards, outrebounding Kennedy, 17-9, in the first half, and 31-18 in the game. Chris Johnson managed only four points. He scored 22 points last week against Los Amigos. Kennedy (15-13) got as close as eight points in the second half before Travis Smith nailed a three-pointer and Socci scored on a layup off an Eagle steal to stretch the lead to 13 points, at 41-28.

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