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CIF-SS Games Results & Details From
Friday, 11/30/01--(Dec. 1, 2001)

The official CIF season is underway.   As we've done in year's past, we will continue to pass along scores and game details where they are available and can be obtained either from those who send them to us or from the local papers.  If you know of a game that we missed, a score unreported, send it in along with whatever details you know about. 

L A City Section Non-League Game Scores, Friday, 11/30/01

North Hollywood 58, Cleveland 45--Josiah James scored 19 points for the NH Huskies (1-0) as they beat Cleveland (0-1) on Friday.  DeAndre Lamar added 11 for North Hollywood.  Cleveland was led by Edmond Johnson with 12 and Nick Young with 14 points and 7 rebounds.

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Friday, 11/30/01

Alhambra 62, El Monte 32 --Eric Chung had 21 points to lead host Alhambra (2-0). 

Apple Valley Christian 87, Baptist Christian 51--Senior 6-0 guard Josh Dillon scored 18 points, had seven steals and a school-record 13 assists, while his brother, junior 6-1 forward Kevin Dillon had 14 points and eight steals to lead the Apple Valley Christian Warriors (2-0) over the Baptist Christian Warriors (0-1).Junior 6-1 forward Ryan Manahl added 14 points and 12 rebounds for Apple Valley Christian, while Matt Acton led Baptist Christian with 14 points.

Bosco Tech 43, Duarte 40 -- Bosco Tech (2-0) :   Jake Martinez 11, Jamieson Balingt 11, Damien Reyes 6, Joaquine Cspania 5, Jack Bautista 3, Cesar Gerardo 3, Brian Womack 2, Jeff Womack 2.  Duarte:    Homsi Elamin 16, Randall Green 11, Landon Lee 5, Justin Dipialaka 5, Brandon Black 3.

Boron 61, Trona 29--Bonron improved to 2-0, while Trona (0-1) lost its season opener.  boron was led by Robert Highes with 15, and Jonathan Stafford with 16.  Trona was led by Isaac Pacheco with 11.

Buckley 71, Pasadena Poly 42-- Senior point guard David Gale scored 16 points, 9 assists and 9 steals as the Griffins (1-0) beat Pasadena Poly at Buckley. Sophomore guard/forward Baron Abdul-Monsour scored 14 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for the Griffins.Nick Brar had 12 and freshman Riley Scannell scored 10. Kevin Kawachi led Poly with 15.  Buckley 22  8  20 21--71; Poly 11  6   5  20--42   Buckley scorers:  David Gale 16 (9 assists, 9 stls); Baron A-Monsour 14 (13 reb, 3 stls), Nick Brar 12, R. Scannell 10, Shaun Hillman 2, M Broukhim 3, Amish Tolia 4, D. Broukhim 4, Alex Marshall 4. Poly scorers:  Kevin Kawachi 15, Robbins 7, Fox 8, Bateman 8, Robertson 2, Brutucao 2. Buckley (1-0), Poly (0-1)

Century 46, Western 37-- Century was led by D. Sok with 14 and Martinez with 12;  Western was led by R. Fiapai with 14.

Chadwick 68, Acaciawood 49--Matt Fournier had 17 points and eight assists for host Chadwick (1-0). Wes Putnam added 17 points as well and seven rebounds, and three 3-pointers.  Acaciawood was led by Cope with 25 and Miller with 13.  Scoring:  Acaciawood--7  15  15  12--49;   Chadwick--19  15  20  14--68.

Fairmont Prep 51, Riverside Christian 50--William Washington scored 20 points and March Seregon made the game-winning free throw for Fairmont.

Hesperia Christian 79, Lucerne Valley 61--Hesperia Christian (1-1) beat Lucerne Valley (0-2) at Lucerne Valley. HCS was lead by Junior Forward Bryan Glass who had a career high 29 points. Josh Brown of the Mustangs had 18 points. Hesperia Christian jumped out to an early 21-12 first quarter lead and never let up. In the fourth quarter, Lucerne Valley made a charge but could not overcome the Patriot lead. Patriot junior Aaron Glass had a double double with 18 points and 13  rebounds. Josh Hamilton, 5'10" sophmore guard had 18 points also. HCS junior center Nate Patterson had 14 points and 9 rebounds. Sophmore point guard Trevor Wagstaffe had 10 assists. The Mustangs got 15 points from Steve Warnock and 14 points from Josh   Anderson. Scoring by quarter: HCS 21 17 19 22--79  Lucerne Valley 12 12 9 28-- 61

Keppel 65, Glenn 44--Junior guard Terry Moore had 13 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals but it still wasn't enough to help the Eagles (0-1) beat the host Aztecs (2-0). 

La Puente 45, Sierra Vista 35--Conrad Oliver scored 22 points to lead the Warriors to their third victory without a defeat. La Puente held the Dons to 10 points in the second half.

Mount Whitney 64, Delano 51--The Tigers fell short Friday in their first game of the season against Mount Whitney (2-0).  Adrian Herrera led Delano with 12 points, and Daniel Dinsing added 10. Pioneers guard Scott Morin led the game with 20 points.

Oak Park 82, L.A. Baptist 29 --Nick Smith had 21 points with eight rebounds and Monte McNair had eight assists to host lead Oak Park (1-0). Grant Smith had 18 points and Pete Winningham had 14. Montee McNair had eight assists.

Paramount 66, Valley Christian Cerritos 62--Junior guard Christopher Campbell scored 22 points for Paramount, and sophomore center Louis Saucedo had 13 as the Pirates improved to 2-0 with a win over the visiting Crusaders (0-1).

Price 62, Washington Prep 45 --Price opened the season in a cross sectional game against Washington Prep. Derrick Williams led the scoring for Price (1-0) with 22 points, and had 3 assists and 5 steals. Sophomore starting point guard Darren Morrison had 9 points, 7 assists, 2 steals and 3 rebounds. Senior Frank Peace had 9 points and 5 rebounds. Kalief Washington had 6 points and led the team in rebounds with a total of 7.  Other scorers were: Oscar Edwards 3, Brandon Herron 4,   David Pendleton 3, Schyler McKay 4, Paul Simon 2. Scoring by quarters:   Price-- 20  14  11  17--62;  Washington Prep--13  13   10  9--45.

Rio Contiguo 51, Pioneer Baptist 39 --Byron Cwierz scored 19 points for Pioneer Baptist (0-3), but it wasn't enough.

Renaissance Academy 68, Le Lycee 46-- Aaron Clitheroe scored 21 for Renaissance (2-0) and Tim Dinh added 13 while Jeff Feher scored 17.    Le Lycee was led by D. Lee with 25.

Santa Barbara 83, Cabrillo 74--Sophomore Taylor Rochestie a game-high 19 points on 5-of-7 shooting and Santiago Aguirre added 14 points and eight rebounds as the visiting Dons evened their record at 1-1.  Felton, of Cabrillo, topped all scorers with 29. Luther Richmond added 13 points for SBHS while Preston Maloney had 10 points and six rebounds. Santa Barbara jumped out to a 25-9 lead and enjoyed a 41-28 halftime advantage.

St. John Bosco 79, Arroyo 58--Senior guard Giovanni St. Amant scored 22 points, had 6 assists and tied a school record with 24 rebounds to help the Braves (2-0) rout the Knights (1-1).

Temple City 62, San Gabriel 55-- Temple City (2-0) : Greg Johnston 23, Desmond Reed 19, Creighton Chow 15, Tomoji Onogi 5.  San Gabriel (1-1):  Johnny Tran 16, Phillip Lai 13, Milo Alarcon 12, Manny Kant 6, Steven Alganae 5, Eli Espita 2.

Trabuco Hills 86, Canyon 75--Aaron Tudor scored 30 points to lead the visiting Mustangs (2-0) past the host Comanches (0-1).

University 79, St. Paul 75--Greg Asnon and David Feistel each scored 23 points to lead the Trojans (1-0) past the host Swordsmen (1-1). Junior guard Rudy Serna and senior forward Kevin Dyer each scored 24 points, but the Swordsmen fell to the Trojans.  St. Paul (1-1) led 64-61 after three quarters but was unable to hold on down the stretch.

Renaissance Academy 68, Le Lycee 46 --Aaron Clitheroe had 21 points for Renaissance Academy (2-0).

West Covina 70, Bell Gardens 58--Led by juniors Jabir Jinna, Corey McIntosh, Kevin Avar and Trevor Silvera, west covina won a non-league matchup at Bell Gardens on Friday.  Jinna led WC scoring with 20 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assist and 2 steals.McIntosh finished with 5 assists and 5 steals, and Silvera had 7 rebounds and 2 steals. WC Scoring: Jinna 20, Silvera 17, McIntosh 17, Martin Soria 6, Kevin Avar 7, Sam Yeung 2, Harold Nair 1.  Bell Gardens: Alex Lizarraga 2, Arcenio Ramirez 17, Miguel Rosales 10, Ruben Catani 17, Enrique Vargas 4, Gary Klave 7, Ismael Varela 1.  Score by quarters: WC 8  21 19 22--70;  BG  20  16  10  12--58

Whitney 51, Cantwell Sacred Heart 35 --David You scored 12 points for Whitney (2-0), while Khalif Boyd had all 11 of his points in the second half. Barry Cox led all scorers with 17 points for Cantwell (0-2).


CIF Tournament Game Scores, Friday, 11/30/01

Adidas Tip-off Classic ( San Diego Section)

Escondido 63, Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park) 50--Gerald Keeler and Chris Nelson combined for 19 rebounds.  ESCONDIDO (63) ---- Bell 14, L. Keeler 16, G. Keeler 5, J. Keeler 15, Nelson 13. FG 21. FT 15-18. Rancho Cotate (50) ---- Delatorre 3, Robinson 7, Kern 4, Smock 3, Datu 4, Jacobs 24, Prosser 2, Heng 3. FG 16. FT 14-15. Escondido 16 20 14 13 ---- 63  Rancho Cotate 10 15 10 15 ---- 50  Total fouls ---- Escondido 17. Rancho Cotate 13. Fouled out ---- J. Keeler (E). Technicals ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Bell (E) 2, Nelson (E) 2, J. Keeler (E) 1, L. Keeler (E) 1. Records: Escondido 2-0. Rancho Cotate 3-1.


Beaumont Tournament (Southern Section)

Apple Valley 88, San Bernardino 70--Senior 6-3 guard Jamal Holden had 30 points, seven rebounds, and five steals for the Sun Devils (3-0) in their victory over the Cardinals (2-1) in a semifinal game at the Beaumont Tournament. Senior 6-5 forward Darrel Sipes had 17 points and grabbed six rebounds for Apple Valley. Junior 6-0 forward Jimmy Bailey and senior 6-2 guard Carlton Murray each had 16 points. Murray also had six rebounds and three blocked shots.

Coachella Valley 64, Rim of the World 62--The Arabs rebounded from their first loss of the season with an impressive victory that puts them in contention for fifth place in the Beaumont Tournament. Senior Miguel Garcia finished with a game-high 28 points. Junior Nate Ramos scored 14 points and senior Frank Garcia chipped in six. Senior 6-2 forward Kyle Rattet scored 20 points, grabbed six rebounds and five steals for Rim as the Scots (1-2) fell. Senior guard John Jurado had 14 points and four assists, while junior guard Kurt Oliver added 11 points, three assists and three rebounds for Rim of the World.

Indio 59, Chaparral 57--Earl Isaacson scored 16 points and Rodney King scored 16 and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Rajahs into the finals of the Beaumont Tournament. Indio, 3-0, will play Apple Valley at 7:30 Saturday night.  Daniel Cruz added 14 points for the Rajahs.

Santiago 77, Palm Springs 69--Kevin Howard scored 31 points for the Indians but it wasn’t enough as Santiago won in the Beaumont Tournament. Donald Whitted added 15 points and Cedric Rougely had 11 for 1-2 Palm Springs, which plays Central on Saturday in the tourney.


Borrego Springs Tournament (San Diego Section)

Tri-City Christian 79, Mountain Empire 58--Craig Sanetrick and John Duran each had nine rebounds while teammate Brian Kraatz added eight more.  Tri-City Christian 3-0. Mountain Empire 2-1.  Tri-City Christian (79) ---- Weiss 2, M. Harkness 11, Boerneke 7, Sanetrick 17, Kraatz 13, Duran 22, T. Marinello 2, D. Marinello, Dunn 3. FG 33. FT 11-23. Mountain Empire (58) ---- Laff 3, Keeran 18, Nicholas 1, Juarez 8, Malhall 15, Tucker 13. FG 18. FT 3-8. Tri-City Christian 19 22 25 13 ---- 79  Mountain Empire 14 12 8 24 ---- 58 Total fouls ---- Tri-City Christian 10, Mountain Empire 18. Fouled out ---- none. Technicals ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Keeran 6, Malhall 3, Tucker 3, Juarez 2, Laff 1.


Bravo Tournament (LA City Section)
Pool Play

Bravo 59, L.A. Wilson 51

Hamilton 72, Huntington Park 54


Brethren Christian Tournament (Southern Section)

Maranatha 56, Brethren Christian 43--Greg Henson had 19 points and 15 rebounds, but the Minutemen (3-1) still came through with a victory over the Warriors (2-1).

St. Anthony 53, Liberty Christian 29--The Saints, behind Larry Watkins' 12 points, notched their first win of the season with a third-round tournament victory over the Minutemen. The victory was the first for new coach George Babi, who has been plagued with a flood of players transferring out of the school.  David Rhoiney had 10.

Pacific Hills 82, Oxford 43 --Frank Henry-Ala had 18 points to Pacific Hills (3-0).

Whittier Christian 74, Eastside Christian 40 --Abe Santos scored 15 points and Frank Sanchez and Kyle Underwood each scored 14 to lead Whittier Christian (2-1).


Buchanan-Clovis West Tournament (Central Section)
Pool Play

Clovis West 79, Ayala 44--From the Fresno Bee: Two staples of Clovis West High's basketball program over the years have been a smothering press and a stifling half-court defense.  This season's version of the Golden Eagles looks to be no different.  Clovis West's suffocating defense and full-court pressure shut down Ayala on Friday in a 79-44 Eagles' victory in the BCW/Kiwanis Invitational at Clovis West. The Eagles' press forced several turnovers and four 10-second violations, including one in the first 50 seconds of the game. Clovis West capitalized on the turnovers, pushing the ball and scoring at will in the paint to open a 22-12 lead after the first quarter. The second half wasn't much different. Despite Clovis West softening its full-court pressure, Ayala continued to struggle getting the ball upcourt. The Eagles led by as many as 26 points midway through the fourth quarter behind Nick Debban's 23 points and Tyson Parker's 16. Clovis West finished 3-0 in pool play and advanced to play Canyon Springs at 11:30 a.m. today at Clovis West as bracket-play begins.

Buchanan 55, Bullard 41--Buchannan reached the winners' bracket by beating Bullard 55-41. The Bears jumped to a 22-9 halftime lead and were led by Tommie Johnson's 15 points and Brandon Blount's 13.

Garces 80, Capistrano Valley 53--Garces made 18 three-pointers at Clovis West High to hand the Cougars (2-1) their first loss in the tournament. Garces opened up a 27-4 first-quarter lead and hit 13 of 19 shots from 3-point range.  Garces (3-0) put the game away early, led by Kyle Shiloh. Shiloh, who finished with 19 points, hit all four of his 3-point attempts in the first quarter. Two of his 3-pointers came immediately after Rams center Robert Swift blocked Capo's first two shots. Zach Ryan also had 19 points for Garces, the top-ranked Division IV team in the state, and Anthony Esparza had 13 points.

Canyon Springs 76, Dominguez 64--Senior guard Keion Kindred scored 22 points but it wasn't enough as the Dons (1-2) lost to the Cougars in a pool-play game at Clovis Buchannan High in Fresno.

East Bakersfield 97, San Joaquin Memorial 41--Memorial fell to 0-3 on the season with a 97-41 loss to East Bakersfield.  The San Joaquin Memorial Panthers were without standout guard Antonio Lawrence, who played in Memorial's first two BCW games, but missed the game yesterday due to a football playoff game. Lawrence, also a wide receiver for the Panthers football team, caught three passes for 79 yards in Memorial's 38-28 Central Section playoff win over Kingsburg.

Buena Park Tournament (Southern Section)

Kennedy 61, Buena Park 36--Rhema McKnight, coming off an outstanding football season, scored 17 points to lead the Fighting Irish (3-0) past the host Coyotes (2-1) and into tonight's final against Sunny Hills. Kennedy and Sunny Hills will play at 7:30 p.m. at Buena Park.

Bolsa Grande 72, Saddleback 58--Omar Amaral, who scored 39 points earlier in the week, scored 21 points to lead the Matadors past the Roadrunners at Buena Park High.

Magnolia 64, Aliso Niguel 51-- Magnolia was led by Harper with 20.  Aliso Niguel was led by Nemotollah with 18.

Westminster 51, Rancho Alamitos 45-- Welster minster was led by Becker with 16 and Truley with 11. RA had Jackson with 14 and Torres with 11 as the leading scorers.


Burbank-Hoover Tournament (Southern Section)
Third Place

Burbank 67, Hoover 56--With the death of point guard Armen Baghdasarian's father still fresh on their mind, the Tornadoes (1-2) struggled in the second half against host Burbank (2-1) and fell, 67-56, in the third-place game of the Hoover-Burbank Tournament at Hoover High. Chris Rivera scored 22 points for Hoover, but he was outstaged by Burbank's Trent Cleveland, who had 24 points, including 6 threes. Hoover led, 44-43, entering the fourth, but was outscored 24-12, thanks largely due to Burbank's full-court press.  Hoover 15 15 14 12 -- 56 Burbank 17 6 20 24 -- 67 HOOVER -- Rivera 22 and 7 rebounds, Baghdasarian 15, 5 assists, 4 steals, Stepanyan 9 and 4 assists, Karamalian 8, 10 rebounds, Abernathy 2 and 7 rebounds.  Three-pointers: Baghdasarian 5, Rivera 4, Stepanyan. BURBANK -- Cleveland 24, Flowers 11 and 4 assists, Burton 10 and 4 assists, Arzumanian 8 and 4 assists, Craigshead 8, Street 6. Three-pointers: Cleveland 6, Craigshead, Flowers

Fifth Place

Agoura 88, Belmont 39--Kevin Cornwell made 10 of 14 shots and finished with 27 points to lead Agoura (2-1). Cornwell finished the tournament with a 29 points-per-game average.  Steve Keglevic added 11 points for Agoura while Chad Martinson tallied seven points, eight rebounds and six steals.  Agoura, which forced 25 steals, raced out to a 33-6 lead after one quarter.   Other Agoura scoring: Martinson 7, Riccio 6, Reiss 8, Kohan 8, Lyons 2, DiSimone 4, Nelson 6, Sterman 2, Balady 3, Carroll 4.  Belmont scoring:  James 6, Ellistan 12, Casteneda 4, Boteng 4, Sanchez 4, Adovas 3, Magareng 1, Medina 3, Cervantes 2.   Belmont fell to 1-2.


Gahr-Cerritos Tournament (Southern Section)

Championship Semifinals

Downey 64, Millikan 62-- Junior guard Larry Cunningham scored a career-high 28 points to lead the Vikings (2-1) past the Rams (2-1) in a semifinal game at Gahr High.  Marcus Dove scored 19 for Millikan and Dominic Freeman had 16 in the loss.

Lakewood 65, Gahr 35--Senior guard Eugene Carey and senior forward John Wegner each scored 12 points as the Lancers (3-0) defeated the host Gladiators in the semifinals. 

5th place semifinals

Cypress 61, Cerritos 51--Junior guard Matt Reid scored 30 points and Ronald Dross added 15 to lead the visiting Centurions past the Dons (2-1) . Sophomore forward Dawin Whiten led the Dons with 18 points.


Long Beach Wilson 41, Bell 38--Junior guard Kevin Crockett scored 15 of his game-high 18 points in the first half to lead the Bruins (2-1) past the Eagles in a consolation-round game at Gahr High.  Bell was led by Maury with 13. 

Long Beach Cabrillo 49, Pacifica 40--Senior forward Jonathan Friar had 23 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Jaguars (2-1) over the Mariners (1-2).  Pacifica was led by Estrada with 12, and Washington with 15.


JW North Tournament (Southern Section)
Championship semifinals

Victor Valley 67, Rialto 63--Senior 6-0 guard Dejesus Brown had 20 points as the Jackrabbits (3-0) beat the Knights (2-1) at the J.W. North Tournament. Junior 6-0 guard Devion Price had 17 points for Victor Valley. Sophomore 6-3 forward Sean Green scored 22 points for Rialto. Senior 5-9 guard Kenny Autry had 10 points. The Jackrabbits play against Cathedral City in the championship game at 7 p.m. today.


Woodbridge 62, Perris 46--Senior guard Patrick Haddan scored 14 of his 21 points in the first half to lead the Warriors (2-1) past the Panthers (0-3) at J.W. North High. Sandeep Hingorani added 14 points for the Woodbridge. Woodbridge outscored Perris 21-5 in the second quarter, but was then outscored 16-7 in the third by Perris.

Cathedral City 70, Pacific 42 --Thomas Shewmake had 21 points to lead Cathedral City (2-1) over Pacific (0-3).  Fourteen  players scored for the Lions. Shewmake pulled down 15 rebounds and became the Cathedral City High School record holder with 803 career rebounds thus far. Shewmake broke the 4-year-old record previously held by Nathan Davenport with 788. Shewmake also finished with a game-high 21 points. Brandon Gray turned in yet another double-double performance pulling in 10 boards and scoring 10 points. The Lions advance to the J.W. North Tournament championship today against Victor Valley.


La Habra Tournament  (Southern Section)

La Habra 64, Rowland 52--Marcellus Robertson scored 16 points to lead the host Highlanders (3-0) past the Raiders (2-1) and into the final. Tyler McShane added 13 points for the Highlanders. La Habra will face El Dorado tonight at 8 at La Habra.

El Dorado 61, El Modena 52--David Patten led El Dorado (3-0) with 28 points, six rebounds and four assists. Kyle Miller added 12 points for El Dorado. El Modena falls to 1-2.

Northwood 82, Savanna 53--Drew Terry scored 20 points for Northwood (2-1).  Selway had 10 for Northwood, while Savanna had no othr players in double figures besides Woods with 19.

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 62, Pioneer 44--Steve Olivas scored 12 points and Joey Jones had 11 for Calvary Chapel (1-2). Pioneer dropped to 0-3.


Laguna Blanca Tournament (Southern Section)

Bishop Diego 56, San Francisco Urban School 52--A.J. Cavaletto hit both ends of a 1-and-1 free throw opportunity with eight seconds left on Friday night to secure a 56-52 victory that vaulted Bishop Diego High into the championship of its own tournament. The Cardinals, who led by as many as 15 points in the fourth quarter, posted their third win in as many days to reach the final of the Bishop Diego-Laguna Blanca Tournament. The Cardinals will meet the winner of Mission Prep-Antelope Valley Christian Saturday night at 8 p.m. Robin Belcher led Urban, of San Francisco, with 16 points. Pat Minehan topped the Cardinals (3-0) with 12 points while Cavaletto and Elmerick, a pair of split ends from the football team, added 11 apiece.   Bishop used a 17-6 third-quarter advantage to carry a 41-32 lead into the final eight-minute period.  URBAN SCHOOL - Angel 7, Heldt 2, Belcher 16, Ostroff 5, Moses 4, Irwin 11, Schoening 1, Cohen 6. Totals 16 19-26 52. BISHOP DIEGO -- Um 6, Mitchell 4, Minehan 12, Brown 1, Boehm 2, Cavaletto 11, Elmerick 11, Munoz 6, Aijian 1, Dunn 2. Totals 20 13-20 56.  Urban School . . . 13 13 6 20 -- 56  Bishop Diego . . . 13 11 17 15 -- 52 3-point goals--Urban 1 (Irwin), BD 3 (Um 2, Cavaletto). Total fouls--Urban 15, Bishop 20. Fouled out--Elmerick, Cohen.

Mission Prep 79, Antelope Valley Christian 61-- AVC was led by Percy Pickett with 14 and Eun Sik Yoo with 17 and Tony Uebelhardt with 17.   Others:  Nurse 5,  D. Uebelhardt 2, S. Pugh 2.   Mission Prep was led by Gerald Purify with 27, Walker 17, Quenton 2, Traore 5, Bell 15, Hassler 3, and Craigue 10.

Holy Martyrs 43, Cate 24-- Hagop Darakjian, Garo Ghevondian and Hagop Daglian each scored 11 points for Holy Martyrs (2-1). Cate will play for seventh place Saturday at noon against new Roads. Western Christian and Holy Martyrs will meet for fifth place at 1:30 p.m.  Holy Martyrs scoring:  Hagop Derakjian 11, Garo Ghevondian 11, hagop Daglian 11, Kiurghian 4, Shemmassian 2, Koshkaryan 2, Dabayans 2.  Cate:  Dunville 4, Banner 2, Barton 8, Altman 4, McCammack 4, Hess 1, Spagnolett 1. 

Villanova 48, Laguna Blanca 35 --Villanova improved to 2-1 as Djavji Daffe scored 22 points and pulled down 12 rebounds while Cole Gibson chipped in 12 points. Villanova plays Woodcrest Christian Saturday at 3:00 p.m.


Loara Tournament (Southern Section)
Championship semifinals

Esperanza 66, Costa Mesa 55--Junior Mark Lovein scored a career-high 42 points Friday night to lead Esperanza's boys basketball team past Costa Mesa, 66-55, and into the finals.  The Aztecs (3-0) will meet Dana Hills in the championship. Lovein, a 6-foot-8 center/forward, was the only Esperanza player in double figures. He also had 17 rebounds. Costa Mesa (2-1) had five players score in double figures, led by Danny Krikorian's 19 points. Freddie Rodriguez added 18 points for the Mustangs. It was Mesa's turnovers, bad decisions and missed three-pointers down the stretch that resulted in the loss.  With less than three minutes in the first half, Mesa senior guard Chad Vakili drained the first of his four three-pointers to give the Mustangs a 25-18 lead. But Lovein and the Aztecs quickly came back. Lovein outscored Mesa, 5-2, just before the half and Esperanza guard Burke Spencer added a three-pointer to cut the deficit to 27-26.


Pomona 60, Loara 53--Bryce Sheldon scored 25 points, but the Red Devils (2-1) still defeated the host Saxons (2-1). Three Pomona players scored in double figures, led by Odell Howard's 24. He also recorded 15 rebounds. Josh Huerta registered 12 points and Damarian Woods had 11.  The victory put Pomona in the third-place game at 6:20 p.m. Saturday against Costa Mesa. Loara dropped to 2-1.

Dana Hills 67, Troy 46--Mike Mooney scored 12 points to lead the Dolphins (2-1) past the Warriors (0-3).  The Hardeman brothers combined for 11 points and Nate Gilkes was held to just 2 points.

Servite 56, Valencia 42-- Servide had only one scorer in double figures, Gunderson with 14.  Valencia was led by Perez with 12 and Rodriguez with 13, but only three other players scored for Valencia.


Mission Viejo Diablo Inferno Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Foothill 53, San Clemente 50--Brandt Bangs scored 21 points and Francisco Flores had 12 points and 17 rebounds for Foothill (2-1). San Clemente is 2-1.

Oceanside 49, Sonora 45--The Pirates 6-foot-5 center Zach Bruce had the go-ahead tip in with 25 seconds remaining. Bruce grabbed 17 rebounds to go with 14 points in the victory. Point guard Tyrone Rollins had 11 points, seven steals and five assists. OCEANSIDE (49) ---- Bennett 2, Harris 18, Rollins 11, Wilson 2, Chambers 2, Bruce 14. FG 19. FT 10-20. SONORA (45) ---- Knight 8, Trejo 13, Johnson 10, Rush 1, Arnold 1, Fews 10, Salnas 2. FG 15. FT 10-19.  Oceanside 10 17 9 13 ---- 49 Sonora 10 13 13 9 ---- 45  Total fouls ---- Oceanside 15, Sonora 20. Fouled out ---- Trejo (S). Technical fouls ---- Salnas (S). 3-point goals ---- Trejo (S) 3, Johnson (S) 2, Harris (O) 1.Records: Oceanside 2-1. Sonora 0-3.

Laguna Hills 55, Santa Ana Valley 48--SAV was led by Orejel with 14, and Laguna Hills was led by Dimick with 15, and Donat and Vaughnhalf each had 10 points.


Morro Bay Tournament (Southern Section)

Bakersfield South 55, Paso Robles 52--Lonnie Jackson hit a three-pointer from 28 feet as time ran out to keep South undefeated and advance the Rebels into the Morro Bay Invitational finals tonight against Morro Bay High School. Jackson hit six three-pointers in the game and finished with a game-high 22 points, while Devon Kirven scored 13 points, pulled in 10 rebounds and had five steals. Harold Bonner scored three points and dished out six assists for the Rebels (3-0). For Paso Robles (2-1), 6-foot-10 Rodney Timmerman scored 11 points, including his team's only three-pointer of the night, while John Ewell scored 19 and Ryan Tidwell added 13.

Morro Bay 46, Bakersfield North 44--North managed only one point in the first quarter and couldn't quite catch up after that, falling to the hosts in the semifinals of the Morro Bay Invitational. Matt Billington scored 11 points and had four rebounds and three steals and David Avis added nine for the Stars, who face Paso Robles in the third-place game today.


Nordhoff Tournament (Southern Section)

Ribet Academy 62, Dos Pueblos 49--Jessie Clark scored 21 points for Ribet which made it into the championship game of the Nordhoff Tournament. Steve Graybill led all scorers with 22 points but it wasn't enough for the Chargers (1-1), who will meet the La Salle-Nordhoff loser for third place today at 6 p.m.  DP's other four starters combined for just 10 points. Freshman Phil Friessen contributed eight points off the bench for the Chargers, who trailed 34-29 at the half. Jessie Clark topped Ribet with 21 points. Shomar Thomas had 25 and seven assists to lead Ribet Academy (3-0).

Nordhoff 66, La Salle 65 (OT)--Michah Nylander's steal and lay-in basket with nine seconds remaining lifted Nordhoff High to 66-65 overtime victory over Pasadena-La Salle on Friday night in the 59th Nordhoff Tournament.  The Rangers (2-1) advance to the championship game Saturday night against Ribet Academy, who defeated Dos Pueblos 67-52. Nylander, who finished with 12 points and eight rebounds, sent the game into overtime when he grabbed an offensive rebound and scored a lay-in basket with seven seconds left in the fourth quarter, tying the score at 59. Trailing by four points late in the overtime, Nylander hit one free throw and Steve Brubaker's basket with 39 seconds left set up Nylander's game-winning shot. Burbacker finished with 12 points.   Jordan Swift led Nordhoff with 22 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter. He connected on 6 of 7 3-point shots and he had 10 rebounds.  Joey Mele had nine points and 12 rebounds for the Rangers, who will be seeking their 16th championship in the history of the tournament.

Consolation Semifinals

South Torrance 65, Kilpatrick 62--Kevin Ritchie scored 15 points and had 15 rebounds for South (1-1) against Kilpatrick (0-2) in the consolation semifinals.   Kilpatrick had three players in double figures:   Morris with 15, Brown 16, and Eatman with 14.

Channel Islands 70, Thacher 42--Channel Islands advanced to the championship game in the consolation bracket by defeating Thacher.   The Raiders (1-1) will play South Torrance Saturday at 4:30.  Aldrin Tamayo led Channel Islands with 15 points and nine rebounds


Norte Vista Tournament (Southern Section)

Garey 69, Woodcrest Christian 44--Aaron Palmer led the way with 23 points and nine rebounds, helping Garey to its first win of the season, a 69-44 victory over Riverside Woodcrest Christian in the consolation bracket of the Riverside Norte Vista Tournament on Friday at Norte Vista High School. Osaar Rasshan had 15 points and eight rebounds and Dellano Bell added 13 points and nine rebounds for Garey, which led by 13 points at halftime en route to the win. Garey will play in the San Dimas Tournament on Tuesday.


Parker Tournamnent (San Diego Section)

Parker HS Mar Vista 67, Calvin Christian 48 --Calvin Christian forward Justin Tam scored 12 of his 16 points in the second quarter.  MAR VISTA (67) ---- Curry 12, Garado 9, Meyer 7, Givens 7, Jones 13, Amador 2, Guzman 2, Marguez 2, Murillo 11, Reid 2. FG 25. FT 6-16. CALVIN CHRISTIAN (48) ---- Prins 7, J. Bakker 11, Roberts 7, Tam 16, M. Bakker 3, Donovan 4. FG 21. FT 5-12. Mar Vista 15 19 27 5 ---- 67  Calvin Christian 6 15 14 13 ---- 48  Total fouls ---- Mar Vista 16, Calvin Christian 15. Fouled out ---- Prins (C). Technical fouls ---- none. 3 point field goals ---- Curry (MV) 2, Garado (MV) 1, Meyer (MV) 1, Murillo (MV) 3, Prins (CC) 1. Record: Calvin Christian 0-2.


Providence Tournament (Southern Section)

Rolling Hills Prep 76, St. Genevieve 66 --Sophomores Curtis Allen and Jason Daley led the way for Rolling Hills Prep (2-0) as each scored 25 points. Rolling Hills Prep will play in the final tonight at 7:30 against host Providence. RHP scoring:   T. Smith 7, Allen 25, Stricklin 8, Wright 3, Daley 26, Elliott 6.   St. Gen scoring:  Gerrier P 31, Richard Cisneros 10, Brian Mora 12, Riqueljado 2, Augustius 7 and Catluya 4.  RHP is 2-0, St. Genevieve is 1-1.

Providence 72, Pilibos 51--Providence (2-0) was led by Harout Messrelian with 27 and Edwin Carvajal with 15, and Ian Breckenridge-Jackson with 14.  Jimenez had 6, and Catota added 2 for the Pioneers who will play Rolling Hills Prep in the final.   Pilibos was led by J. Tashian with 16 and Kazanjian 13, and Tashjian with 14. Pilibos fell to 1-1.


Highland Hall 47, Cathedral 43-- Cathedral reminas winless at 0-2 with its football players missing while the gridders are still in the playoffs. Highland Hall was led by Sawcjuk with 18, Wesson 10, Burton 12, Anastas 2 and Edwards 5.  Highland Hall is 1-1.

L.A. Lutheran 53, Oakwood 48 (OT)--The Gorrillas were led by Stan Musgrave with 20, but it wasn't enough as Oakwood remains winless  at 0-2 on the season. Other Oakwood scorers:  Zagha 2, Mintz 6, Simms 4, Fetty 9, Jones 7.   LA Lutheran was led by Hirata with 13,.  Other LA Lutheran (1-1) scores were Bonilla 5, Tan 2, Park 5, Stilz 1, Hilleman 8, Armstrong 9, Ducket 6, Olson 4.


Redondo Union Pacific Shores Tournament (Southern Section)

Redondo Union 60, San Diego Horizon 54-- Redondo (3-0) forward Adam Zahn took a half to get going, but when he and teammate Wendell White did, they propelled the Sea Hawks to a 60-54 win over Horizon of San Diego on Friday and into a spot in the championship game of the 50th annual Redondo Pacific Shores Basketball Tournament. After shooting just 2-for-13 in the first half on Redondo's home floor, Zahn hit four of his first five shots in the second half to bring his team back from a 30-25 halftime deficit, and finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds.   Wendell White finished with 27 points, shooting 11-21.  Redondo (60)  Siegal 9, Ellison 8, Zahn 13, White 27, Meynen 3.  Horizon (54)  Reed 7, Williams 14, Carter 23, Dudley 10.

Fairfax 95, Bishop Montgomery 51--Fairfax (3-0) dominated Bishop Montgomery, 93-53, to coast into the title game against Redondo. Bishop Montgomery forward Fred Washington, the lone returning starter from last season's CIF Division III state championship team, scored 17 in the losing effort. Fairfax's Evan Burns, a 6-foot-8 senior who has committed to UCLA, had 12 points despite playing with a banged-up right wrist. Fairfax point guard Kevin Bell had 16 points and eight assists. Bishop Montgomery's Gavin Lee missed his third game of the season because of an infection in his arm from a spider bite, and will miss the Knight's consolation game as well. The Knights (2-1) will play Horizon (2-1).  Fairfax (96)  Shipp 8, Sampson 8, Gilzele 10, Gailliard 2, Burns 12, Bell 16, Bluntt 13, Michael 1, Woods 4, Bausley 14, Boykin 7.  Bishop Montgomery (51)  Dodd 3, Estrada 2, hamilton 2, Peace 18, Scott 7, F. Washington 17, M. Washington 2. 


Palisades 57, Crossroads 48

Locke 80, Valencia Valencia 68


Rosamond Tournament (Southern Section)


Ridgecrest 61, Desert 47 (OT)--Carl Williams hit a three-point shot for Burroughs to force overtime. Burroughs (2-1), led by Williams' 20 points, outscored Desert (1-1) in the extra period, 16-2.

Paraclete 77, Tehachapi 72--Drew Gill made four 3-pointers en route to a game-high 37 points for the Spirits of Lancaster (1-1) in the second-round game. Teammate Matt Marquez had 19 points and 13 rebounds and Josh Hiley had 11 points and 11 rebounds. Tehachapi was led by Neis with 31.


Rosemead Tournament
Pool Play

Rosemead 68, San Marino 52 --Mario Cobian and Albert Cardona each scored 21for Rosemead (1-3). Mike Shia scored 20 for San Marino (0-4) in the loss.


San Gorgonio Tournament (Southern Section)

San Gorgonio 66, Redlands East Valley 51

Third Place

Valley View 72, Hesperia 70

Fifth Place

Kaiser 78, La Quinta 77 --Paul St. Angelo scored 31 points for La Quinta (1-3) in the third loss of the season for the Blackhawks.  St. Angelo tied the game sinking a 3-pointer with only 10 seconds on the clock. Kaiser attempted a shot and missed, the Blackhawks got the rebound and tried to hold onto the ball as time expired. The referee blew the whistle claiming La Quinta called a timeout. Having no timeouts remaining, La Quinta was charged with a technical foul. Kaiser was rewarded with two technical shots and won the game with no time remaining. John Beavers, Billy Mathews, and A.J. Kehl each scored 11 points for the Blackhawks. 

Seventh place

Ramona 60, Chaffey 56--Eddie Kilgore had 20 points, four assists and four steals and Nnamdi Nwandu added 12 points, eight blocks and six rebounds in the loss for Chaffey.  The Tigers, who blew a 14-point halftime lead, will host Claremont on Monday night at 6:30 p.m.


San Luis Obispo Tournament (Southern Section)

Championship semifinals

Santa Margarita 71, San Marcos 45-- Lenny Collins scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles (2-0) into the final. Travis Smith added 16 points for Santa Margarita, which plays today at 5 p.m. San Marcos dropped to 2-1.  The Royals got within eight points in the third quarter but got outscored 33-15 the rest of the way and dropped a semifinal game at the San Luis Obispo Tournament.   The Royals (1-1) will meet the Gilroy-Santa Cruz loser Saturday at 1 p.m. in the third-place game. Seamus McKiernan led the Royals with 12 points. Santa Margarita's Lenny Collins had a game-high 22. SANTA MAGARITA -- Collins 22, Smith 16, Rohe 13, Quijano 1, Goch 4, Socci 5, Bancho 2, Matthews 6. Totals 25 15-22 71. SAN MARCOS -- Fortune 6, Kupperman 8, McKiernan 12, Spaventa 6, Hill 2, Mercer 6, Popp 2, Below 3. Totals 16 8-13 45. Santa Margarita . . . 18 16 18 17 -- 71 San Marcos . . . 11 13 13 8 -- 45   3-point goals--Santa Margarita 4 (Collins, Rohe, Socci, Smith), San Marcos 5 (Fortune 2, Mercer, Spaventa, Below). Total fouls--Santa Margarita 12, San Marcos 17. Fouled out--None.0


Santa Ynez 58, Lemoore 53--Guard Aaron Richman scored 12 of his 16 points in the first half and Matt McKinney had a game-high 23 to lead the Pirates to their first win in the consolation semifinals of the San Luis Obispo Tournament.  Santa Ynez (1-2) will play the Crespi-SLO winner in today's consolation final at 11:30 a.m. McKinney, a 6-8 senior, collected 12 rebounds and Jeff Urton, fresh from playing quarterback on the football team, added eight points.

San Luis Obispo 55, Crespi 53--Senior Allan Ellis scored 23 points, had six rebounds and added four assists for the Celts of Encino (0-2), who will play in the seventh-place game Saturday.  Crespi scoring:  Ellis 23, 6 rebounds, 4 assists; Wong 3, Dino Fekaris 16, Stapleton 9, Sisto 2.  San Luis Obisppo scoring:  Mahin 5, Vasquez 2, Ruiz 5, Winterrmeyer 4, Leonard 6, Almaguer 8, Monroe 2, Herow 7, Jordanson 16.


Saugus Tournament  (Southern Section)

Championship Semifinal

Oxnard 59, Saugus 54--B.J. Wilkomm had 15 points and six rebounds and Michael Jones had 12 points and three steals, but the host Centurions (2-1) committed six fourth-quarter turnovers and were outscored 17-6 in the period in a quarterfinal loss.Saugus, which led 48-42 at halftime, was outshot 67 percent to 33 percent in the second half. Marc Holmquist, Saugus's leading scorer in the tournament, was held to eight points, 12 less than his average. Adrian Buencamino followed a 5-for-8 3-point- shooting performance in the Centurions' last game by making only 1 of 5 attempts and finishing with eight points.  Oxnard (3-0) -- At Saugus, Lee Abair scored 18 points and Javier Olmos added 15 as Oxnard advanced to the championship game Saturday night at 5:00 p.m. against the winner of Harvard-Westlake/Crescenta Valley. Ben Willkomm finished with 15 points for Saugus.

Consolation quarterfinal

Canyon 79, Westlake 66--Chad Eichten scored 20 points and Jeff Davidson had 14 to lead the Cowboys (2-1) to a consolation quarterfinal victory. Jonathan Wiley scored 17 of his game-high 21 points in the first half as Westlake (1-2) trailed by one basket at halftime. P.J. Isaacson scored 17 points and Devin Entrikin added 16 points for the Warriors, who were outscored 19-9 in the fourth quarter.

Glendale 66, Notre Dame 63--The Glendale Dynamiters built a 33-20 halftime lead and maintained it despite a second-half flurry by the Knights of Sherman Oaks (1-2) in a consolation quarterfinal game. Hugo Guerrero scored 21 points and Riley Van Patten and Sevan Baron each added 17 for Glendale.(2-1)  Sean Djernes scored 18 points and Danny Calin had 12 for Notre Dame.

Buena 67, Verdugo Hills 48--Luis Cortes scored 14 points and Daniel Dingman added 13, but the Dons (0-3) were outscored 41-21 in the first half and never recovered in a consolation quarterfinal loss. Buena (1-2)  was led by Hylas Smith, who scored a team-high 25 points. Chris Sullivan had 14 points and eight rebounds. Vince McMahon and Chris Jacobson had 10 points each. Buena pulled down 33 rebounds and had 22 steals.

Lancaster 71, Ridgeview 67--Michael Webb scored 19 points and Steve Thornton added 15 for Lancaster (1-2) in a consolation quarterfinal victory.  Ridgeview is 0-3.


Serrano Tournament (Southern Section)

Barstow 77, Palmdale 71--Senior 5-11 guard Michael Robinson had 17 points, four steals, and four assists as Barstow (4-0) they defeated Palmdale 77-71 in a third round game of the Serrano Tournament. Junior 6-3 guard Ryan Boyes had 15 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and three steals for the Aztecs. Senior 6-0 guard Willy Buford had 10 points, three assists, two blocks and eight rebounds.

Silverado 65, Granite Hills 50--Senior Ryan Diggs and sophomore Jaimie Lester each scored 16 points as the Hawks (2-1) beat the Cougars (0-3) at the Serrano Tournament. Senior 6-3 forward Lofton McDonald added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks.

El Segundo 58, Sultana 45 --Jeramie Hopson scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, and had nine rebounds as El Segundo advanced to the final of the Serrano Tournament with a 58-45 victory over Sultana on Friday.  El Segundo (3-0) plays Barstow at Serrano High at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Dashawn Strong also had a strong game with 20 points and 12 rebounds for El Segundo, which took a 16-7 first quarter lead and was never challenged.

Jurupa Valley 53, Serrano 41 --details not reported.


Simi Valley Tournament (Southern Section)
Championship semifinals

Camarillo 77, Taft 63--Derek Rasp scored a game-high 24 points, including three 3-pointers, as the Scorpions defeated the Toreadors of Woodland Hills in the semifinal game. Camarillo (3-0) advances to the chamionship game for the second year in a row and will play Moorpark on Saturday at 8. The Scorpions lost last year's title game to Simi Valley 65-53.  David Reichel added 21 points and Brett Scyphers scored 16. Camarillo hit 10 3-pointers. Mutsafa Asghari scored 20 ponts for Taft (2-1). Collins Ezeuka and Mina Javaherion had 14 points apiece.

Moorpark 51, Simi Valley 49--Keith Lawrence scored 18 points, including three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to erase a three-point deficit and give the Musketeers (3-0) a victory over the Pioneers (2-1).  Gabriel Duarte's layup with 1:50 left in the third quarter gave Simi Valley its first lead of the game. He finished with 14 points.  Blake Sharpe finished with 11 points. Moorpark faces Camarillo in the championship game while Simi Valley (2-1) will play in the third-place game. Simi Valley had a chance to tie game, but turned the ball over with six seconds remaining sealing the victory for Moorpark. Gabriel Duarte led Simi Valley with 14 points and K.C. Bellefontaine added 10. Moorpark jumped out to a 19-10 first-quarter lead, but Simi Valley battled back to tie the game 38-38 heading into the fourth quarter.

11th place game

Santa Clara 58, Monroe 53--In the 11th-place consolation game, the Vikings of North Hills (1-3) were outscored 22-15 in the second quarter in the loss to the Saints (2-2). Brandon James scored 20 points and teammate Adrian Dominguez added 10 points for Monroe and Santa Clara's Alex Minney led all scorers with 21 points. For Santa Clara, Tim LaJoie scored 12 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out eight assists. Alex Minney scored a game-high 21 points while Anthony Marquez added 15 for Santa Clara.

13th place game

Granada Hills 65, Alemany 54--Manny Cortez (13 points) was one of four players to score in double figures for the Highlanders (2-2), who defeated the Indians of Mission Hills (1-3) in the 13th-place consolation game. Mike Castaneda contributed 12 points and Eric Sulzinger and A.J. Freeman added 10 points apiece for Granada Hills. Alex Ingram scored a team-high 12 points and Marcus Mendoza added 11 points for Alemany.


Webb Tournament (Southern Section)

Championship Semifinals

Ontario Christian  64, Boys Republic 31--Ontario Christian (2-0) behind 17 points from Travis Hoekstra, moved into tonight's championship game of the Webb Tournament with a 64-31 rout of Boys Republic on Friday night. John Flanagan led the Rams with 13 points. The Knights will face Sherman Indian in the 8:30 p.m. tip-off Saturday night at Webb. Jon Fitzhugh added nine points for Ontario Christian.

Sherman Indian 53, Webb 37-- Sherman Indian defeated the hosts 53-37 in the second semifinal despite Jordan Bowne's 12 points and Arjun Rao's six points and 10 rebounds for the Gauls. Webb (1-1) will play Boys Republic for third place Saturday at 6:30 p.m. The game will be played at Webb H.S.


Upland Christian 85, South Bay Lutheran 51--Upland Christian (1-1) reached the consolation final. The Eagles got 22 points from Jake Garcia and 20 from Nick Roberds. Taylor Unzincker added 10 points in the win for the Eagles, who will play Arcadia Rio Hondo Saturday at 4:40 p.m. in the consolation championship of the tournament.

Rio Hondo Prep 55, Desert Christian 39--Tim Smith had 12 points, Richard Mangus added 10 points and Mark Smith had eight points and 11 rebounds as (0-3) Desert Christian lost in the Webb Tournament. The Conquerors play at 3 p.m. in the seventh-place game on Saturday


West Hills Tournament (San Diego)

Carlsbad 79, Orange Glen 42--Senior Derek Stockalper led all scorers with 21 points.  Sophomore forward Matt Alsina pulled down 14 rebounds for the Lancers. ORANGE GLEN (42) ---- Tartir 15, Espinoza 3, Smith 2, Cunning 8, Lemler 4, Breaux 6, Kinsay 4. FG 12. FT 16-23. CARLSBAD (79) ---- Brandow 1, Nelson 13, Stockalper 21, Griffith 2, McDonnough 6, Austin 2, Sammons 12, Martinez 5, Alsina 14, Pashby 2, May 1. FG 31. FT 15-26. Orange Glen 9 8 12 13 ---- 42  Carlsbad 22 27 16 14 ---- 79 Total fouls ---- Orange Glen 21. Carlsbad 24. Fouled out ---- Alcazin (C), May (C). Technicals ---- Espinoza (OG), Nelson (C). 3-point goals ---- Tartir (OG) 2, Sammons (C) 2. Records: Orange Glen 0-1. Carlsbad 2-0.

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