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CIF-SS Games Results & Details From
Monday, 12/3/01--(Dec. 4, 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. 

Tournament Game Scores, Monday, 12/03/01

AGBU Tournament (Southern Section)
First round

Buckley 80, Pacifica 45--Sophomore guard/forward Baron Abdul-Monsur had 27 points to lead Buckley (2-0). Senior point guard David Gale added 18 points, 13 assists and eight steals.

Bell-Jeff 81, West Valley Christian 26--Ryan Johnson had 22 points and 21 rebounds to lead Bell-Jeff (1-1). Tony Essa had 14 points and
five steals for Bell-Jeff.

Santa Clarita Christian 80, Lighthouse Christian 44--details not available.

 


44th Annual Arroyo Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

La Canada 77, South El Monte 27--Billy Hofman had 15 points and eight assists for La Canada (2-0).

Los Altos 74, Nogales 73 (OT) --Junior guard Anthony Garcia had 27, after scoring eight in the first half, to lead Los Altos (2-0). Nogales is 2-1.  The Conquerors (2-0) forced overtime after trailing by double figures in the first half. Dylan Rogers had 17 for Los Altos. Jeremiah Barnes and Kyle Muragishi scored 11 points apiece for Los Altos. Quintin Rogers scored 23 points and Alex Sanchez had 15 for the Nobles
(2-1). Jose Diaz and Aaron Boyd had 11 points apiece.

West Covina 83, Bell Gardens 68 --Jabir Jinna scored 34 points as the Bulldogs improved to 3-0 on the season with their second victory in four days over the Lancers (1-2). Jinna is averaging 26.7 points through the first three games this season. Corey McIntosh had 16 points and Kevin Avar scored 12 for West Covina. Arcenio Ramirez's 27 points paced Bell Gardens.

Bishop Amat 52, Keppel 50 --George Balderas of Bishop Amat (1-0) scored a team-high 11 points, and the Lancers avoided an early upset by the Aztecs (2-1).

 


Beverly Hills Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Crespi 91, Birmingham 57--Allan Ellis had 25 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists to lead Crespi (2-2). Rob Koslowski had
nine points, eight rebounds and five assists for Crespi.

Buena 59, Los Angeles 53--details not availalbe.

Peninsula 85, Hollywood 49--Kevin Gardner scored 21 points as Peninsula (4-1) posted a first-round win. Shawn Weinstein added 18 points for the Panthers, who jumped to a 55-22 halftime lead. Zach Freeman and Alex McClain each scored seven points. Neal Fujita and Evan Horvath contributed six points apiece in a balanced attack for Peninsula, which plays the Beverly Hills-LACES winner on Wednesday.

Beverly Hills 59, LACES 33--details not available.

 


Cerritos Valley Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Loara 70, Brentwood 50 --Brice Sheldon had 20 points for Loara (4-1).

 


Desert Cities Winter Classic (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Eisenhower 73, Colton 43 --Sean Marshall had 22 points to lead Eisenhower. Colton (N/A) -- Evans 10, Sorenson 15, Haskins 2, Garcia 13, Wilcox 1, Robbin 2. Eisenhower (2-0) -- Shields 4, McJimson 6, Perry 2, Marshall 22, Dukes 14, Nelson 8, Burke 3, Webster 2, Masengale 2, Jones 10. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 41-25. Three-point goals -- Garcia 2, Sorenson, Nelson 2, Marshall 2, Dukes. Total fouls -- Colton 15, Eisenhower 13. Fouled out -- none.

Cathedral City 77, Beaumont 47--Sophomore Nick Lee had 14 points to lead Cathedral City (3-2).  Four players scored in double figures for the Lions in their first-round game. In addition to Lee, Jared Otteson had 13 points and Baron Holmes and Nate Lewis both had 10 points for the Lions. Cathedral City plays Colton in the second round of the tournament Wednesday. Colton lost a first-round game to Eisenhower on Monday, 74-43.

Palm Desert 75, Redlands East Valley 68 --Josh Zazulia scored 24 points for Palm Desert and added nine assists and eight rebounds, while teammate Donald Brady finished with 15 points and seven assists.   Palm Desert held its biggest lead in the first quarter (11-4, getting six points from Zazulia) and in the third (50-41, getting another seven from Zazulia and a handful of assists from Brady) but Redlands East Valley stayed close enough and eventually tied it, 64-64, in the fourth quarter.  Palm Desert got three baskets -- from Aki Sator, Jacob Broyles and Zazlia -- to go up 70-64 with a minute to play. And then Zazulia made good on five of six trips to the free throw line to secure the victory. Palm Desert improved to 2-0 overall and is 1-0 in the DVL.  REV 18 14 23 14 -- 69 Palm Desert 21 15 24 15 -- 75  REV: Walter Wallace 16, Billy Dowdy 11, Clifford Sutherland 7, Charles Cabuhat 7, Steve Cooke 6, Josh Cowles 5, Jeff Kelly 4, Nate Dyke 3, Anthony Smith 2, Ras Bowen 2 Palm Desert: Josh Zazulia 24, Chase McQuillen 19, Donald Brady 15, Aki Sator 6, Quintin Watkins 5, Jacob Broyles 4, Jimmy Bohm 2. Halftime score -- Palm Desert 36-32. Three-point goals -- Sutherland, Cabuhat 2, Dowdy 3, Zazulia, Brady. Total fouls -- Redlands East Valley 21; Palm Desert 24. Fouled out -- Bohm, Kelly. Technical fouls -- Cowles, Bohm.

J.W. North 68, Temescal Canyon 64--Ron Howard scored 13 points in the second quarter and another 11 in the third to lead J.W. North to its tournament-opening victory. Howard, a 5-foot-10 senior guard, finished with a game-high 31 points on 15-19 shooting.  Howard’s teammate, Abundio Esquivel, also scored in double digits (11). For Temescal Canyon, Marty Wing scored 19 points and Mike Peterson scored 15.  Temescal Canyon: Marty Wing 19, Mike Peterson 15, Matt Twanley 9, Channing Corral 8, Josh Garrett 6, Dylan Petty 6, Chuck Ellenwood 2. J.W. North: Ron Howard 31, Abundio Esquivel 11, Justin Acevedo 8, Kaldon Stewart 8, Antonio Martinez 7, Matt Mosley 4 Halftime score -- 48 -36. Three-point goals -- Howard 2, Eqsquirel. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 22, North 13. Fouled out -- Ellenwood. Technical fouls -- none

 


El Segundo Tournament (Southern Section)
First round

El Segundo 71, Salesian 50-- Deshawn Strong scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead host El Segundo (5-0) in the first round. Jeramie Hopson also had 20 points and six rebounds. Tino Gomez scored 10 points and played great defense with six steals that led to easy baskets. Point guard Mike McCullough scored only three points but had nine assists.

Garden Grove Pacifica 52, Narbonne 51 --Trailing by a point, Brandon Harper hit two free-throws with three seconds remaining to give Pacifica (2-3) the victory. Jason Brock had 21 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots for the Mariners. Uzoma Mmeje had 18 points for
Narbonne (2-3).

St. Monica's 68, Santa Monica 60 --Hampton Nunley scored 24 points for St. Monica's (1-4)

Elsinore 59, Torrance 56--Elsinore's junior forward William Hunt, 6-foot-5,  had 20 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks in his first varsity game at the El Segundo Tournament. Travon Keahy added 16 points for Elsinore (1-0), which continues tournament play Thursday. Ryan Crespin missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer as the Tartars (2-3) fell in the first round. Marshawn Williams, Paul Davis and Kevin Finney each scored 12 points. Williams added five steals, six assists and nine rebounds, and Finney contributed five rebounds. Elsinore (1-0) -- Keahey 16, Green 9, Strausheim 2, Hunt 20, Wolter 6, Cirilo 6. Torrance (3-2) -- Davis 12, Williams 10, May 7, Kramer 2, Finney 14, Crespin 3, Atkins 2, Keys 6. Halftime score -- Elsinore 35-28. Three-point goals -- Keahey 4, Green, Cirilo, Wolter, Williams 2, May, Crespin. Total fouls -- Elsinore 16; Torrance 18. Fouled out -- Keys.

 


El Rancho "Blue Pride" Tournament   (Southern Section)
First Round

Bosco Tech 68, El Monte 26 --Jake Martinez scored 12 points and Joaquine Espania had 11 for Bosco Tech (3-0). El Monte is 1-2. The Tigers led by 21 points at halftime en route to an easy victory.  Brian Womack had six points and 10 rebounds for the undefeated Tigers (3-0). Shing Hang scored six points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Lions.

Chino 66, Alhambra 51 --Johnny Dominguez had 24 points to lead Chino (1-0). Robert White of Chino had 22 points. After being down by four points in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys rallied. Chino will play next Wednesday against Hacienda Heights Wilson in a second round  game.

Covina 63, El Rancho 62 --Jino La Bomme of Covina scored 32 points and had six rebounds.

Paramount 71, Santa Fe 52 --Chris Campbell had 19 points and five steals to lead Paramount (3-0).

Whittier 72, Gabrielino 70--details not available.

Pomona 56, Schurr 36--In the first round of pool play, Odell Howard scored 20 points for Pomona while Alvaro Nunez added 15, including four 3-pointers. Pomona led at halftime, 23-9.

 


Fremont HS L.A. City Classic (LA City Section)
Pool play

Inglewood 87, Chatsworth 46 --DeAngelo Collins had 35 points for Inglewood.

Fremont 119, USC-Master 27 --Terrell Powell had 22 points for Fremont (1-0) in a game that was not much of a contest against a Magnet League school.

Dorsey 92, King Drew 35-- no details reported.

 


Fullerton Tournament  (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Ontario 62, La Mirada 57 (OT)--Desmond Crews hit a 3-pointer with 35 seconds remaining to force overtime as Ontario defeated La Mirada 62-57 in a first-round game of the Fullerton Tournament. Marcel Mack led the way for Ontario with 18 points, while Crews added 14. The Jaguars trailed early in the four-minute overtime period, but battled back, thanks in part to a key 3-pointer by Chris Taylor. Dan Nobles pulled down nine rebounds for the Jaguars, who will next play Tustin at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

La Serna 54, Tustin 32--details not available.

 


La Quinta (Westminster)-Los Amigos Tournament (Southern Section)
First round

Huntington Beach 59, Santa Ana 33 --Brian Harrison and Brandon McLaughlin each had 12 points for Huntington Beach (1-1).

Irvine 49, Laguna Beach 36 --Brian Delfin had 12 points and seven rebounds and Mike Hafeman made three 3-pointers for nine points to lead Irvine (1-1). Laguna Beach is now 1-2. Trevor Lyle led Laguna Beach (1-2) with seven points.

Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 76, La Quinta 42 --Joey Jones made two three-pointers and scored 20 points for Calvary Chapel (2-3).

Orange Lutheran 51, Estancia 47-- Sean Luecke led Orange Lutheran with 24 points, as they took advantage of an injury .to Estancia's leading scorer Micah Young, who missed the second half after injuring an ankle and Orange Lutheran took advantage, rallying to claim a 51-47 win in the first round of the La Quinta Tournament Monday at Los Amigos High.  Young, a first-team All-Pacific Coast League and All-Newport-Mesa District performer last year as a junior, scored seven points before his injury, to help Estancia (1-1) earn a 27-26 halftime lead.  The Lancers advance to Tuesday's quarterfinals. Estancia, paced by 12 points and 10 rebounds from 6-foot-7 junior center Joey Lindquist, fell into the consolation bracket, where it will meet the Santa Ana Valley-Los Amigos loser. Jorge Prado and Jermaine Snell added seven points each for the Eagles.  Estancia--13 14 11 9 - 47 Orange Lutheran 12 14 11 14 - 51 Estancia - Lindquist 12, M. Young 7, Prado 7, Snell 7, Cachola 5, Maldonado 4, Novak 3, J. Young 2, Anderson 0, Bradshaw 0, Pinto 0. 3-pt. goals - Prado 1, Novak 1, Snell 1. Fouled out - Lindquist. Technicals - none. Orange Lutheran - Luecke 24, Klitzing 10, Heim 7, Tanner 3, Chester 3, Bye 2, Romberg 2. 3-pt. goals - Klitzing 2, Heim 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

Edison 74, Corona del Mar 53--Kevin Mancillas scored 13 points to lead Corona del Mar, but the Sea Kings lost, 74-53, to Edison in the first round of the La Quinta boys basketball tournament Monday. Pancho Seaborn chipped in with 10 points and Ryan Inman contributed with seven points and six rebounds. The Sea Kings trailed, 21-13, after the first quarter and came within four points in the second. Edison pulled away to take a 37-25 halftime lead and scored the first eight points of the third quarter.  Corona del Mar 13 12 15 12 - 53 Edison 21 16 19 18 - 74 Corona del Mar - Matsen 8, Mancillas 13, Welch 2, Northridge 2, Glass 6, Sherick-Odom 2, Seaborn 10, Inman 7, Hilldebrandt 0, Wald 0, Najar 0. 3-pt. goals - Matsen 2, Mancillas 3, Seaborn 1. Fouled out - Glass. Technicals - none. Edison - Fangupo 1, Roquemore 29, Huff 9, Donegan 4, Nehrig 14, Furniss 10, Braun 6, Mabry 1. 3-pt. goals - Roquemore 2, Huff 3, Donegan 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

University 89, Buena Park 81--Bobby Gomez had 28 points and A. J. Moskes had 22 points and 15 rebounds for the Trojans. John Asnon added 16 points, including three three-pointers, for University (2-0). Brandon Sims scored 21 points and DeAndre Robinson added 19 in defeat for the Coyotes (3-2).

 


Milken Hilltopper Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Valley Torah 78, Paraclete 58 --Yossi Goldman scored 25 points to lead Valley Torah (1-0)

Milken 60, Malibu 41 --details not available.

Cathedral 60, Yeshiva 58 --details not available.

Stoneridge Prep 69, Shalhevet 62 -- Leon Usher scored 30 points and had seven steals for Stoneridge Prep which advances to play host Milken of Los Angeles 3 p.m. on Tuesday in a second round game


 

Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic Tournanment (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Newport Harbor 65, Agoura 60 --Tony Melum had 35 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and Eric Peterson had 10 points and eight rebounds for host Newport Harbor (3-1). Kevin Cornwell had 29 points and Steven Keglevic had 12 to lead Agoura (2-2).

Upland 67, Rancho Verde 43--Scoring in double digits for Upland were Jay Rush (13 points), Eric Holland (12 points) and Bryan Burrell (11 points). At halftime, the Highlanders had a commanding 44-17 lead. Upland will continue play in the tournament at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.  Rancho Verde (0-3) -- Nogueira 4, Singfield 2, Winston 8, Roselle 14, Tilman 8, Knight 2, Green 4, Williams 2. Upland (N/A) -- Rasch 13, Hatler 6, Burrell 11, Holland 12, Heinz 8, Mason 6, Martin 6, Coleman 5.  Halftime score -- Upland 44-17. Three-point goals -- Roselle 4, Coleman, Rasch, Burrell, Holland 2, Heinz. Total fouls -- Rancho Verde 13; Upland 16. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

 


San Dimas-Bonita Tournament (Southern Section)
First round

Charter Oak 68, Bonita (JV) 35 --Andrew Martinez had 14 points to lead Charter Oak (3-0).

Northview 75, Damien 59 --Senior Martelo Nelson had 21 points and 8 rebounds to lead Northview (1-0).  The Vikings shot 66 percent from the floor in the third quarter to break open the game. Northview outscored the Spartans 20-7 in the period. Ryan Mercado scored 18 points to lead Damien.

San Dimas 85, Don Lugo 57 --Antouan Mesropian had 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead San Dimas (1-0) in their season opener.

Bonita 54, Gareey 42 --Bonita was led by Justin Miller (17 points), Nik Kannan (16 points) and Mark Wyrick (11 rebounds). Bonita will play Alta Loma at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bonita.

 


Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Oxnard 66, Grant 59 --Lee Abair had 20 points to lead Oxnard (4-1), while Gino Riney had 27 points for Grant (1-1).

Highland 81, L.A. Poly 47 -- Brian Young scored 20 points as Highland High of Palmdale defeated Poly 81-47 Monday night.Highland teammates David Kennedy and Ariel Hargrove combined for 27 points, and Eric Sandoval scored a team-high 20 points for the Parrrots of Sun Valley

Newbury Park 69, Lompoc 40--details not available.

Harvard-Westlake 86, Westlake 47-- Behind Bryce Taylor's 24 points, Harvard-Westlake of Studio City defeated Westlake 86-57

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Monday, 12/03/01

Acaciawood 57, Liberty Christian 54 --Jesse Cope had a three-point play in the final minute to break a 54-54 tie and lift host Acaciawood (1-1). Cope finished with 25 points, 12 rebounds and six steals.

Calvary Chapel Murrieta  72, Hemet Baptist Christian 60--Ryan Evans scored 16 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to lead Murrieta Calvary Chapel past Hemet Baptist Christian in a non-legaue game. Luke Wilkerson scored 20 points and dished out five assists for Murrieta Calvary Chapel.  Murrieta Calvary Chapel (2-0) -- Wilkerson 20, Evans 24, Dominguez 4, Denny 8, Spousta 5, Elders 2, Gausepohl 6, Votaw 4. Baptist Christian (0-2) -- Sedchuk 3, Van Dien 6, Ochoa 29, Eaton 2, Acton 9, Beasley 6, Palmeri 4, Montgomery 1. Halftime score -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 28-21. Three-point goals -- Evans 3, Dominguez. Total fouls -- Murrieta Calvary Chapel 20; Baptist Christian 18. Fouled out -- Beasley, Harvey.

CEDU 53, Wilson Creek 51--details not available.

Claremont 85, Chaffey 62--Claremont (2-1) was led by Cameron Munoz's 20 points and five assists, Shaddean Aaron's 19 points, seven assists, 11 rebounds, Perrin Johnson's 19 points, and Kenny Pin's 10 points and 11 rebounds. Claremont had a 20-point lead at halftime. Chaffey (1-4) was led by Rashad Fox with 21 points, Eddie Kilgore 18 points and Anthony Wilkerson with seven rebounds. Chaffey will play Bloomington on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Fairmont Prep 67, Oxford Academy 45 --Will Washington had 22 points, eight rebounds and five steals for Fairmont (3-0). March Seregon had 12 points and Evan Ezaki had nine assists for Fairmont. Oxford is 1-4.

Kennedy 61, Diamond Bar 54 --Ike Njoku had 15 points and eight rebounds and Rhema McKnight chipped in with 14 points for Kennedy (4-1). Brandon Papez led Diamond Bar (0-1) with 14 points.

Peace In The Valley 83, Christian Center Academy 24 --Isaac Segovia had 31 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds, six steals and three blocks for Peace in the Valley Academy (2-0). Steven Stott added 30 points, 18 rebounds and seven assists for the Eagles. Christian Center Academy is 0-2. Peace in the Valley (2-0) -- Segovia 37, S. Stock 28, J. Stock 5, J. Gonzalez 4, Felix 4, Rogers 2, M. Gonzalez 5. Christian Center (0-2) -- Ramirez 3, Travis 8, Gutierrez 6, Hernandez 3, Adams 4.  Halftime score -- Peace in the Valley 39-11. Three-point goals -- Ramirez, Hernandez, Segovia 3, S. Stock, J. Stock. Total fouls -- Peace in the Valley 13; Christian Center 5. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Renaissance Academy 53, San Fernando Academy 40 --Aaron Clitheroe and Jeff Faher each had 16 points for visiting Renaissance Academy (3-0).

Rolling Hills Prep 76, Pacific Hills 72 --Sophomore forward Curtis Allen had 33 points to lead host Rolling Hills Prep (4-0).

Rubidoux 49, Corona Santiago 47 --After Rubidoux Sophomore Kevin Clem missed the back end of a one-and-one, Santiago threw the ball away as time expired. Sophomore Jamie Perry had 22 rebounds along with his 11 points for Rubidoux in the non-league matchup. Santiago (3-2) -- Simpson 14, LeDuc 16, Black 9, Cliett 2, Koleman 6. Rubidoux (2-3) -- Clem 5, Madrid 7, Green 4, Andrade 12, Perry 11, Lindsay 2, Allen 2, Frazier 1, Iverson 5,. Halftime score -- Santiago 26-23. Three-point goals -- Simpson, Black, Madrid. Total fouls -- Santiago 17, Rubidoux 22. Fouled out -- Cliett.

Simi Valley 60, Antelope Valley 55 --KC Bellefontaine had 18 points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots to lead host Simi Valley (3-2).

St. Paul 60, Servite 49--details not available.

Temecula Valley 78, Rim of the World 66 --At Rim of the World, Josh Bomar paced the Golden Bears (5-2) with an 11-point, 12-rebound, six-block performance. Stewart Shephard 13 for Temecula and Richard Barnes had four steals and a block. Temecula opens play today in the Newport Harbor tournament with a 6 p.m. contest against El Toro. Ross Green had 16 points to lead visiting Temecula Valley (5-2). Temecula Valley applied the press in the fourth quarter and went on an 8-0 run. Temecula Valley (5-2) -- Segismar 6, Menancio 2, Combs 3, Green 16, Joshway 15, Hassen 8, Shephard 13, Barnes 2, Bomar 11, Vincent 2. Rim of the World (3-1) -- Jurado 10, Miller 2, Oliver 22, Eynon 18, Rattet 6, Moody 6, Hortsock 2. Halftime score -- Temecula Valley 32-28. Three-point goals -- Shephard 3, Green, Eynon, Rattet 2. Total fouls -- Temecula 16, Rim 16. Fouled out -- Oliver.

CIF L A City Section League  & Non-League Game Scores, Monday, 12/03/01

No games played.


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