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CIF-SS Boys II-A Bracket Updated: Second
Round Results & Details--(Feb. 18, 2000)

Here are the results and details from Friday night's second round games in this bracket, followed by the updated bracket, showing the quarterfinal locations (not the game details follow the bracket):

Division 2A
Second round

Mayfair 69, Magnolia 54
Bishop Amat 54, Pacifica 52
Monrovia 58, Fullerton 39
Ocean View 63, Bonita 45
Muir 77, Apple Valley 38
Artesia 53, Los Altos 51
Dos Pueblos 67, Charter Oak 57
Redondo 66, Lompoc 43

First round games
February 14
  Second Round
Feb. 16
  Quarterfinals
Feb. 20
  Semifinals
Feb. 23
Alternate Site
  Finals
March 3
The Pond
Upper Half of Bracket        
Mayfair @ Bye Magnolia 54
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Mayfair 69
Bishop Amat

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Mayfair

   
Temple City 41 @ Magnolia 56
Compton 67 @ Pacifica 71 Pacifica 52
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Bishop Amat 54
Palm Desert 51 @ Bishop Amat 56
WilsonHH 51 @ Monrovia 56 Fullerton 39
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Monrovia 58
Monrovia

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Ocean View

Barstow 37 @ Fullerton 58
Hesperia 34 @ Bonita 65 Bonita45
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Ocean View 63
Bye @ Ocean View
Lower Half of Bracket      
Muir @ Bye Apple Valley 38
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Muir 77
Artesia

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Muir

 
Diamond Ranch 45 @ Apple Valley 54
Los Altos 72 (2OT) @ Rosemead 64 Artesia 53
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Los Altos 51
Bolsa Grande 56 @ Artesia 80
La Habra 76 @ Charter Oak 79 Charter Oak 57
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Dos Pueblos 67
Dos Pueblos

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Redondo

Newbury Park 62 @ Dos Pueblos 69
Culver City 50 @ Lompoc 67 Lompoc 43
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Redondo Union 66
Bye @ Redondo Union

Mayfair 69, Magnolia 54-- Senior forward Josh Childress scored 17 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead the Monsoons (23-1) past Magnolia (14-14) in the second round game on Friday night.  Matt McCraw scored 14 pokinjts, making four 3 pointers and senior Edwin Draughan scored 12 points and pulled down 6 rebounds to go with 8 assists.  Sophomore forward Justin Hawkins scored 13 points for Mayfair as well.  For Magnolia, Geoffrey Clayton scored 20 while Isaiah Bryant scored 22.  the Monsoons will play Bishop Amat next Tuesday in a quarterfinal match.

Bishop Amat 54, Pacifica 52--Paul Porter hit two free throws with 2.9 seconds remaining to put the Lancers into the quarterfinals. Porter finished with 13 points, including six in the fourth quarter.  Randy Jimenez (13 points) scored seven points in the fourth for Bishop Amat (20-8). Alex Gomez added 10 points and held Pacifica's Kelly Grunea, averaging 20 points per game, to nine points. David Read scored 17 points for visiting Pacifica (6-22), which forfeited 10 victories for using an ineligible player but was voted into the playoffs by the league's principals.

Monrovia 58, Fullerton 39--Bryant Markson had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Wildcats into the quarterfinals. Monrovia (24-4) led 34-12 at halftime and cruised to the win. The Indians (18-10) fell behind by 14 in the first quarter and could not recover.

Ocean View 63, Bonita 45 -- Marques Crane scored 25 points to help end the Bearcats' season in a Division II-A second-round game. Chris Dean, Bonita's leading scorer, was held to eight points. Jeran Carr picked up some of the slack, hitting three three-pointers and scoring 17 points for the Bearcats (21-7). Despite being slowed in the last three games by mononucleosis, Ocean View's Torin Beeler started and finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds, while Marques Crane scored a game-high 25 points for fourth-seeded Ocean View (21-6), which will play Monrovia in the quarterfinals Tuesday.  Bonita (21-7) buried itself in the first half, when it had twice as many turnovers (12) as baskets (six), caused primarily by Ocean View's pressure defense. The Seahawks jumped out to a 27-7 advantage midway through the second quarter and led by as many as 26 points in the game. The Bearcats went on an 11-3 run in the fourth quarter to cut the deficit to 14 points, but by then the lead was insurmountable. 

Muir 77, Apple Valley 38--Joseph Frazier led with 18 points, but it was reserves Devon Thomas who had seven rebounds and Malcolm Johnson who applied terrific presure defense who proved to be the difference in this second round win.

Artesia 53, Los Altos 51 -- The Conquerors' Josh Allen hit two free throws with four seconds left to tie the game, 51-51, but Artesia's Ryan Reyes took the inbounds pass, dribbled the length of the court and passed to Ryan Malour, who scored a lay-up as time expired to give Artesia the victory.  Anthony Garcia scored 14 points and Brandon Rogers added 11 for the Conquerors, who led by 12 points after the first quarter. However, the Conquerors only scored four points in the second quarter, allowing Artesia to tie the game, 28-28, at the half.

Dos Pueblos 67, Charter Oak 57-- Dos Pueblos High boys basketball squad trailed by as many as 16 points in the first half, but managed to cut the deficit to seven at halftime.  DP then rallied behind junior Steve Graybill's 25-point performance, which included six 3-pointers, as the Chargers defeated Whittier's Charter Oak High 67-57 in a second-round CIF Division II-A playoff game at Sovine Gym.  Dos Pueblos (18-6) will travel to play Redondo Union in the quarterfinals at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Graybill hit four of his six treys in the second half and tallied seven rebounds while teammate Damon Jenkins recorded 10 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Scott Roegner also added 13 points as the Chargers overcame a disappointing first quarter to topple Charter Oak (22-6).  Charter Oak (also nicknamed the Chargers), built a 33-17 lead midway through the second period. Charter Oak's Todd Hurst scored a team-high 14 points, and Nick Brown, added 10.    CHARTER OAK -- Hurst 14, Grissom 11, Elkhaldy 11, Boler 8, Apodaca 3. Totals 26 1-6 57. DOS PUEBLOS -- Graybill 25, Roegner 13, Cowan 10, Jenkins 10, Sherman 4, Ortiz 2, Menna 2, Iden 1. Totals 25 10-22 67. Charter Oak--23 10 15 9 -- 57; Dos Pueblos--11 15 24 17 -- 67 ; 3-point goals -- CO 4 (Grissom 3, Apodaca 1), DP 7 (Graybill 6, Cowan 1). Fouled out--None. Technicals--None. Records -- CO: 22-6; DP: 18-6.

Redondo 66, Lompoc 43--Dijon Thompson had a 22-point, 13-rebound game to lead host Redondo (22-5). Wendell White followed with 19 points, hitting 3-of-5 3-pointers. Redondo enjoyed a 53-32 rebounding advantage. Point guard Keith Ellison added 10 rebounds and center Paul Meynen had seven blocks for the Sea Hawks.

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