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CIF-SS Games Results & Details From
Tuesday, 12/4/01--(Dec. 5, 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, Tuesday, 12/04/01

AGBU Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

AGBU 77, Buckley 62 (OT)-- Despite senior point guard David Gale scoring a game-high 27 points, 7 steals and 7 assists, and 19 points from Buckley's sophomore Baron Abdul-Monsour,  the Griffins suffered their first lost of the season when Gale fouled out with two minutes to play in the extra period.  AGBU had 5 players in double figures, and is a vastly improved team this year. The Griffins were without Alex Marshall for most of the game after he reinjured his wrist, and were also without Tristan Seisa for the third game of the season, Buckley:  Gale 27, Abdul Monsour 19, Marshall 4, R. Scannell 4, A. Tolia 3, S. Hillman 1. AGBU--Todd Harutunian 12, Vartkes Iskenderian 16, Chris Duhancioglu 18, Loran Suri 11, Garen Teglecian 11, Arden 9.   Buckley 2-1, AGBU 2-0.

Bell Jeff 78, Santa Clarita Christian 46-- Bell Jeff was led by senior point guard Tyler Kealey with 17 poihnts, while Ryan Johnson had 13 as did Rommel Cabrera.  Other scoring for Bell-Jeff:  Chavez 2, Essa 4, Artgento 4, Sidhu 6, Alfaro 4, Narango 3, Fogle 2.  Santa Clarita Christian was led by Sulham with 13, but had no other players in double figures.  Bell Jeff will meet AGBU in the Championship game. Santa Clarita Christian will play Buckley in the third place game at 6:00 p.m.

 


44th Annual Arroyo Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Monrovia 52, San Gabriel 45--Steffon Baron had 15 points and eight rebounds for Monrovia (1-0).

Walnut 75, Montclair 37 --Daniel Jones had 22 points and 11 rebounds for Walnut (2-0). Teammate Ricky Fischer had 15 points. Montclair is 0-3.

Arroyo 51, Bravo 49 -- Omar Barbosa hit a 16-foot jump shot with 45 seconds remaining to lift the Knights. Senior forward J.J. Bottger led Arroyo (2-2) with a game-high 17 points.

Rowland 61, Arcadia 51--Senior Adam Wong scored 16 points to lead the Raiders past the Apaches.  Rowland (4-1) also received solid contributions from Marques Smith (11 points) and Shon Pruitt (eight points, 11 rebounds).

 


Beverly Hills Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Daniel Murphy 66, North Hollywood 48 --Chuma Awagi scored 20 points for Daniel Murphy (1-0).

Hart 65, Culver City 56 --Luke Hilmo led four Hart players in double figures with 14 points.  Hart is 2-0, CC 0-1.

Palisades 58, Cleveland 39 --Tim Jackson scored 18 points and Rondel Fannburnett added 13 points for Palisades (4-1). Nick Young had 12 rebounds and seven points for Cleveland (0-2). 

LA Hamilton 59, Ventura 41-- Ventura (41) -- Hocamp 5, Colin 2, Profit 4, Pateras 6, Salmons 6, Pinkerton 6, Davis 12. Hamilton (59) -- Jones 14, Ivright 7, Going 11, Shelton 2, Butler 4, McAlpin 4, Walter 17.  Ventura 13 5 6 17--41  Hamilton 15 14 14 16--59  3-Point goals -- Ventura 8 (Davis 4, Pateras 2, Profit 1, Hocamp 1). Hamilton 2 (Jones 1, Going 1). Rebounds -- Ventura (Salmons 6). Team records -- Ventura 0-4, Hamilton 3-0.

 


Canyon Country Canyon Tournament
First Round

Valencia 62, El Camino 56 --Mike Morales secured the victory with a three-pointer with 20 seconds left. Morales finished with 16 points and Ryan Zike had 20 points along, including four three-pointers.

Antelope Valley 81, Ribet Academy 79 --Ollie Bradley scored 30 points and Eric Williams added 18 points for Antelope Valley (4-2), which led by 12 points entering the fourth quarter. Ribet Academy fell to 4-1. Ribet scored 32 points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough to pull off the upset win. 

Valencia 62, El Camino Real 56-- El Camino erased a five point 4th quarter Valencia lead with a 7-0 run, but it wasn't enough as the Vikings got two 3-pointers from Ryan Zike and one each from Curtis Dunwoody and Mike Morales to keep the lead.  ECR's Todd Wolfson's two putbacks and Kyley Rodriguez' 3-pointer gave El Camino a short-lived two point lead before Valencia launched it's closing barrage of 3's.Morales and Zike each scored 17, and 6'-8" Jr. C Andrew Bruckner had 8.  El Camino was led by soph Rai Colston and junior Todd Wolfson (6-7" Jr. C/F) who each had 15.  

Canyon Country Canyon 110, Monroe 43--details not available.

 


Cerritos Valley Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Bolsa Grande 72, Mary Star 45--Omar Amaral scored 18 points for Bolsa Grande (4-1). Marc Vuoso scored 11 points for Mary Star (0-2).

Valley Christian Santa Ana 65, Norwalk 55--Junior guard Dwayne Murray (6'-1" Jr. G) lead Norwalk with a game-high 19 points, but it wasn't enough to get past the Crusdaders. .Yohance Barett, a senior, had 12 points for the Crusaders.

 


Desert Cities Winter Classic (Southern Section)
No games yesterday.  Tournament resumes today.

 


El Capitan Tournament (San Diego Section)

El Camino (SD) 76, Murrieta Valley 51--


El Segundo Tournament (Southern Section)
First round

Price 70, Leuzinger 49--Price (2-0) was led by junior guard Derrick Williams who had 27 pts 5 assist and 5 steals. Senior Kalief Washington had 10 pts and 9 rebounds, junior forward Oscar Edwards had 9 pts 8 rebounds, Frank Peace had 7 pts Darren Morrison had 6 pts and 5 assist Paul Simon 5 pts Brandon Herron, Sam McDonald and Schyler McKay each had 2 pts. Quarter scores Price 13: 16: 25: 16 Leuzinger 15: 9: 9: 16

Mira Costa 54, Granada Hills Kennedy 36

West Torrance 65, San Pedro 60

 


El Rancho "Blue Pride" Tournament   (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Sierra Vista 52, Glenn 49 --Shane Martin had 21 for Glenn in a losing effort.

Montebello 69, El Rancho 61--Football injuries have taken their toll on the Montebello (3-0) early this season, but the Oilers have responded well and despite the absence of Daniel Montiel, Montebello's quarterback who was out witha broken nose, and Christian Saenz, who is recovering from a dislocatged shoulder, Montebello defeated El Rancho, 69-61, in pool-play action of the El Rancho Tournament on Tuesday. Junior center Ian Parks scored a team-high 26 points and David Gonzalez had 12. Bobby Miller had a game-high 30 points for the Dons, including 15 in the fourth quarter.   El Rancho dropped to 2-2.

Warren 63, Schurr 44

Workman 59, El Monte 38--Mario Morales scored 23 points and Derek Fowler had 10 as the Lobos rolled past the Lions.  Bruno Acevedo and Myron Butler scored nine points apiece for Workman (1-1).

Paramount 80, Bassett 33

Wilson (HH) 65, Alhambra 52


 

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

L.A. Jordan 72, Canoga Park 52 --Maurice Neal scored 15 points for Canoga Park (0-1). Jordan improved to 1-1.

Etiwanda 78, King Drew 37 --Jacob Johnson had 25 points, six rebounds, five assists and three blocked shots for Etiwanda (2-0).

Blair 74, USC MAST 17--Kenneth Norris scored 19 points for Blair (1-1).

 


Fullerton Darren Oliver Tournament   (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Fullerton 73, Magnolia 34 --Cody Markin scored 18 points for Fullereton (3-0).

Hoover 80, California 74 --Haik Stepanyan scored 28 points, and Armen Baghdasarian and Chris Rivera added 16 and 15 points, respectively, for Hoover (2-2). Matt Amido scored 36 points for California.

 


Glendora Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Brea Olinda 77, Saugus 52 --Erik Giesler scored 27 points and had six assists and four steals, and Richard Repp added 13 points and nine rebounds for Brea Olinda (1-0) at Glendora. Saugus is 2-1.

Glendora 94, Baldwin Park 47 --Larry Monroe scored 27 points for Glendora (2-0).    Spencer Foster had 18 as the Tartans had little trouble dispatching the Braves.


 

La Quinta (Westminster)-Los Amigos Tournament (Southern Section)
Quarterfinals

Santa Ana Valley 52, Orange Lutheran 41 --Alex Oregel scored 19 points for Santa Ana Valley and teammate Martin Gonzalez had 17 points. Travis Tanner scored 12 points for Orange Lutheran.

Consolation

Buena Park 60, Saddleback 37 --Zach Barker scored 17 points for Buena Park (4-3) and Jay Campos had 14 points for Saddleback (0-7).

Los Amigos 54, Estancia 47 --Jorge Prado scored 22 points for Estancia.

Corona Del Mar 66, La Quinta 58 --Kevin Mancillas scored 30 points for Corona Del Mar (1-3).

 


Los Alamitos Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Verbum Dei 73, Bellflower 51 --Richard Chaney scored 22 for Verbum Dei.

Los Alamitos 88, North Torrance 44

Mayfair 75, Southgate 33

Muir 63, Millikan 53

 


Milken Hilltopper Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Stoneridge Prep 77, Milken 58 --Leon Usher scored 20 of his 30 points in the first half and made eight three-point shots for Stoneridge Prep (4-0). Adam Mintz scored 20 points for Milken (3-2).

Valley Torah 55, Cathedral 29 --Yossi Goldman had 23 points, 12 rebounds and four steals for Valley Torah (2-0). Teammate Yair Katz had 16 points, 13 rebounds and four steals.

Consolation

Paraclete 68, Yeshiva 66

Shalhevet 79, Malibu 68

 


Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic Tournanment (Southern Section)
First Round

El Toro 63, Temecula Valley 61 --Patrick Carney scored 18 points and handed out six assists, and freshman Darryl Best added 16 points for El Toro (3-0) at Newport Harbor. Ross Carreen scored 20 points for Temecula Valley (5-2).

Riverside MLKing 86, Hemet West Valley 36 --Marvin Lea and Brett Goodman each scored 15 points for King (2-0). Steve Davis scored 12 points West Valley (2-3). West Valley (2-3) -- Nevain 2, Stock 4, Davis 12, LeBaron 8, Williams 5, Hope 4, Coin 1. King (2-0) -- Lea 15, Rosborough 4, Thomas 13, Goodman 15, Hilt 10, Sims 2, R.Harley 3, C.Harley 4, Harris 10, Palmer 2, Doss 8. Halftime score -- King 41, West Valley 29. Three-point goals -- Williams, Lea, Thomas, Goodman 3, Hilt 2, Harris. Total fouls -- King 18, West Valley 11. Fouled out -- none. 

 


Riverside Poly-Ramona Kiwanis Tournament
First Round

Ramona 72, Coachella Valley 60 --Coachella Valley -- Uriate 2, Huerta 2, Limon 5, Ramos 15, Mi.Garcia 15, Ma.Garcia 4, Aguirre 3, Castrow 3, Lopez 2, Carlton 3, Alvarez 3, F.Garcia 3.  Ramona (2-3) -- Johnson 0, Mosqueda 7, Lewis 28, Ruiz 17, Diaz 6, Hooper 11, White 3. Halftime score -- Ramona 29, Coachalla Valley 29. Three-point goals -- Lewis 2, Ruiz, Aquirre, Castrow, Carlton, Mi.Garcia 2. Total fouls -- Ramona 20, Coachella 20. Fouled out -- Mi.Garcia.

Norco 68, Kaiser 57 --Five players scored in double figures for Norco (3-0), led by Tolani Ogunyoku with 13 points and Adam McDowell with 12 points, and nine rebounds. Kaiser is 2-3. Michael Knight had six steals and 13 points as Norco continued its perfect start with a first-round victory at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament..  Kaiser (2-3) -- Hylton 5, Smith 8, White 5, Acevedo 6, Willhite 7, Sajarda 12, Williams 14. Norco (3-0) -- Black 10, Cuadra 8, Waterbury 0, Ogunyoku 13, McDowell 12, Moore 2, Knight 12, Graves 11. Halftime score -- Norco 34-28. Three-point goals -- Black, Knight 2, Willhite. Total fouls -- Kaiser 19, Norco 23. Fouled out -- Black, Davidson (K).

 


San Dimas-Bonita Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Alta Loma 73, Bonita 60 (OT) --Junior Denson had 15 points, five assists and four steals and Terrence Hundley also had 15 points for Alta Loma (1-1).

Claremont 86, Charter Oaks 64 --Shaddean Aaron had 26 points and nine rebounds and Cameron Munoz added 14 points and seven assists for Claremont (3-1).

Diamond Bar 100, Northview 67 --Khalif Ford scored 24 points for Diamond Bar (1-1). Diamond Bar had a huge night offensively, reaching the century mark in a 100-67 win over Northview. But Brahmas coach Bob Withers was pleased simply with the fact Diamond Bar bounced back from a season-opening loss at home in unexpected fashion with a rout of the Vikings.  What Northview does best is press, and the Vikings employed a full-court press from the start. The Brahmas, though, handled the press, thanks in large part to Ford, who scored 23 points. But Ford also received a lot of help from sophomore Ryan Trainor, one of the many Brahmas playing his first year of varsity basketball. Ford, Withers said, is the only member of Diamond Bar's squad with varsity experience.  Trainor finished with 18 points and led all scorers with seven points in the first quarter, after which Diamond Bar led by 10.  The Brahmas got off to a quick start with a 7-0 lead, but Northview did not let it get out of hand that easily. Still, the Brahmas pushed the deficit to a 20 points by halftime, and their lead was never seriously threatened. The one advantage the Vikings held was in free-throw shooting. They scored all but eight of their points off free throws in the second quarter, when they shot 12-of-15 from the free-throw line. Northview finished the game 24-of-34 from the line. Diamond Bar, on the other hand, was 18-of-24, but half of its attempts came in the final quarter.  Martelo Nelson led the Vikings with 16 points and Harold Frazier had 10, all in the fourth quarter. At the start of the second half, Northview cut the lead to 13 on a 3- pointer by Darrel Marasigan. But Diamond Bar went on a 10-0 run to end the quarter and any hopes of a comeback for the Vikings, who trailed 70-47 at that point.  Trainor had two steals in that run and added a 3-pointer as the Brahmas continued to cruise in the fourth.

Diamond Ranch 75, Don Lugo 54 --Thirteen different players scored for Diamond Ranch (1-0) led by Delano Gray with 13.

 


Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Oak Park 75, Grant 70 (OT) --Nick Smith scored 28 points to lead Oak Park and Gino Riney had 25 for Grant. Oak Park beat back a Grant rally in the fourth quarter and then survived overtime to win, 75-70.  Oak Park led 31-25 at halftime, due largely to Grant Smith's 13 first-half points. Not two minutes into the third quarter, however, the Panthers were down 35-32. Their six-point halftime lead had dissipated in just 1:38 of the third quarter. During that outburst, Grant outscored their opponents 10-1, forcing Oak Park into a timeout. By the end of the quarter, Grant had built an 11-point lead, 54-43. But Oak Park came back to cut the deficit to one after Nick Smith, who led Oak Park with 28 points, hit one of two free throws. Grant uncharacteristically turned the ball over on the next possession, but got it back when Pete Winningham clanked a 3-pointer off the rim with 20 seconds left.   After Riney also missed a 3-pointer, Oak Park's Monte McNair rebounded and was fouled with 8.2 seconds left. He made one of two to tie the game and send it into overtime. The extra period was all Oak Park.  Riney led Grant with 25 points.   Grant Smith and Nick Smith led Oak Park with 27 and 28 points, respectively, including four each in overtime

Harvard-Westlake 67, San Marcos 51--San Marcos was outscored 24-7 in the final quarter and lost the opening-round game at the Thousand Oaks Tournament. Meanwhile, the Royals hit only 3-of-15 in the final frame. Asher Kupperman and Seamus McKiernan led the Royals (2-2) with 13 points each. San Marcos plays Westlake in a consolation brack game today in the 12-team tourney.  HARVARD-WESTLAKE: White 16, Weinstein 12, Taylor 23, Harris 5, Weinberger 3,Chong 4, Carley 4. Totals 23 12-22 67. SAN MARCOS -- Fortune 6, Kupperman 13, McKiernan 13, Spaventa 6, Donlon 1, Hopkins 3, Mercer 2, Downing 4, Popp 3. Totals 16 15-23  Harvard-Westlake . . . 15 12 16 24 -- 67 San Marcos . . . 12 16 16 7--51  3-point goals--H-W 9 (Taylor 4, White 2, Weinstein 2, Chong). SM 4 (Fortune Kupperman, Spagenta , Hopkins). Total fouls -- H-W 18, SM 14. Fouled out -- None. 

Santa Barbara 54, L. A. Poly 43--Santiago Aguirre led the Dons to a first-round win in the Thousand Oaks Tournament, scoring 14 points, and pulling in five rebounds. Dante Bogan added eight points, five rebounds, three steals, and 2 assists. The Dons outscored L.A. Poly 21-5 in the second quarter to pull away.  Santa Barbara will play Highland tonight at 7:30 in the second round at Thousand Oaks High.  LA POLY--Mack 5, Sandoval 8, Zavala 4, Laboriel 6, Zuniga 2, Townsend 18. Totals 17 3-7 43.   SBHS--Richmond 3, Rochestie 7, Heckman 9, Clemens 2, Bogan 7, DeRose 7, Fisher 5, Aguirre 14. Totals 18 12-15 54. LA Poly . . . 10 5 13 15 -- 43  SBHS . . . 13 21 4 16 -- 54  3-point goals--LA 1 (Zavala), SB 5 (Richmond, Rochestie, Aguirre, Bogan, Heckman). Fouls--LA 17, SB 10. Fouled out--Sandoval. Technicals--Sandoval. 

Newbury Park 51, Burroughs 46--Newbury Park outscored Burroughs 15-8 in the fourth quarter en route to the win. The Panthers (4-2) were trailing 38-36 at the end of three quarters when Chris Randall, who led all scorers with 21, hit consecutive jumpers to open the fourth and the Panthers never looked back. Joey Paysinger and Augustin Pozu led Burrough, with 19 apiece. Burroughs (46) -- Paysinger 19, Pozo 19, Cline 4, Mohammed 2, Sarkness 2.  Newbury Park (51) -- Randall 21, Flores 11, Ellis 9, Garza 4, Walker 2, Nooney 4.   Burroughs 10 18 10 8--46 Newbury Park 8 14 14 15--51 3-Point goals -- Burroughs (Paysinger 3). Newbury Park (Ellis 3, Flores, Randall). Fouled out -- Sarkness. Rebounds -- Newbury Park (Randall 10). Assists -- Newbury Park (Garza 6). Total fouls -- Burroughs 14, Newbury Park 11. Team records -- Newbury Park 4-2, Burroughs 2-2.

Westchester Tournament (LA City Section)
First Round

Fairfax 72, Pasadena 45--Jahsha Bluntt scored 14 points for Fairfax (5-0).

San Diego Horizon Christian 84, Dominguez 61 --Nate Carter had 32 points for San Diego Horizon Christian.

 

CIF-SS League Game Scores, Tuesday, 12/04/01

Westside League

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 74, Highland Hall 45 --Jason Haddad scored 25 points for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (1-0, 1-0).

 

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Tuesday, 12/04/01

Santa Margarita Eagle Classic: A one day event featuring two games:

Mater Dei 66, Carlsbad 56 --Mike Strawberry had 19 points to lead Mater Dei (2-0).

Santa Margarita 70, Long Beach Jordan 60 --Travis Smith had 21 points for Santa Margarita (4-0).


Other non-league games

 

Centennial 74, Silverado 71 (2OT)--Corona Cenntennial scored the final four points, Mylo Brisman, and Nyk Peppers each hitting a pair of free throws in the final 15 seconds, to clinch the victory in a non-league game. Centennial (1-0) -- L.Soderberg 14, Rogers 10, Alexander 4, Reese 24, B.Soderberg 7, Peppers 8, Brisman 5, Davis 2. Silverado (3-2) -- McDonald 6, Lewis 4, Keenan 0, Diggs 26, Wilkins 9, Alvarado 8, Dabbas 10, Lester 8.  Halftime score -- Silverado 33-30. Three-point goals -- L.Soderberg, Reese, Alvarado 2, Lester 2, Diggs 3, Wilkins. Total fouls -- Centennial 20, Silverado 23. Fouled out -- Reese, L.Soderberg, Lester.

Aquinas 68, Webb 37 --Glenn Ohaeri scored 20 points for Aquinas (2-1).

Campbell Hall 73, Providence 46 --Matt Llewellyn scored 20 points for host Campbell Hall in its season opener. Providence is 2-2. Carvajal scored 20 points for Providence.

Carpinteria 77, Cate 53--Ernie Lopez hit six 3-pointers, one shy of the school record, and Carpinteria High won its season-opening basketball game, 77-53 over Cate on Tuesday night at the Rams' gym.  Lopez finished with 29 points and teammate Nick Zemke added 12. Brett Zoldos grabbed a team-high nine rebounds, including five on the offensive end. Nick Altman led Cate (1-4) with 25 points. Carpinteria opens play in the inaugural Frank Carbajal Classic -- named in honor of the Carpinteria's coach's father -- on Thursday. CARPINTERIA -- Lopez 29, Munoz 6, Boardman 6, Dudley 6, Zemke 12, Julian Lopez 4, Zoldos 5, Horton 9. Totals 30 8-14 77. CATE -- Sanni 4, Tracy 5, Dumville 2, Widdoes 2, Barton 5, Altman 25, Hess 3, Spagnoletti 6, Blaustein 1. Totals 18 16-32 53. Carpinteria . . . 15 24 11 25 -- 77 Cate . . . 4 16 19 17 -- 53 3-point goals -- Carp 9 (E. Lopez 6, Munoz 2, Zemke), Cate 4 (Altman 3, Spagnoletti). Total fouls-- Carp 21, Cate 12. Fouled out-- Zoldos.

Cornerstone Christian 55, Windward 33--Cornerstone Christian improved to 1-3. [Note--the LA Times reported that Windward lost.  The Ventura County Star, which evidently covered the game, reported that Windward won--Here's the box score--you decide: Cornerstone Christian (33) -- Walker 5, Jones 2, Lee 2, Miller 7, Smith 2, June 5, Miller 2, Reed 8. Windward (55) -- Sarbaz 10, Yadegaran 5, Lee 2, Jackson 2, Pregerson 6, Leeg 6, Emerson 8, Wapnick 16.   Cornerstone Christian 7 8 9 9--33 Windward 20 10 19 6--55   3-Point goals -- Cornerstone Christian 1 (Miller 1). Fouled out -- None. Assists -- Cornerstone Christian (Reed 3). Rebounds -- Cornerstone Christian (Reed 7). Team record -- Cornerstone Christian 1-3.

Corona Centennial 74, Silverado 71 (2 OT) --Mylo Brisman hit a pair of free throws with 15 seconds left in the second overtime to give Centennial a 72-71 lead and Nick Peppers added two more with seven seconds remaining. J.R. Reese scored 25 points for Centennial (1-0). Silverado is 3-2.

Crescenta Valley 64, Victor Valley 59 --Jimmy Goffredo scored 24 of his 27 points in the second half for Crescenta Valley (4-1). Steve Thompson had 19 points for Victor Valley (4-1).

Dos Pueblos 75, Righetti 57--Jonathan Pickert scored 29 points and Steve Graybill added 24 as the Chargers cruised to the win in Santa Maria. DOS PUEBLOS--Graybill 24, Cotter 2, Glick 5, Pickert 29, Idan 8, Freeson 2, Ramsdell 5. Totals 26 17-18 75.  RIGHETTI--Knowlsan 20, Ramos 1, Ortiz 5, Wisener 2, Nicoll 4, Payne 19, Subido 3. Totals 18 14-19 57.   Dos Pueblos . . . 19 13 15 26 -- 75 Righetti . . . 17 6 18 16 -- 57  3-point goals--DP 6 (Pickert 4, Graybill 2), R 4 (Payne 4). Fouls--DP 25, R 22. Fouled out--none. Technicals--none.

Elsinore 89, Valley View 54

Fairmont Prep 57, Pioneer Baptist 31 --Will Washington scored 19 points and had 12 rebounds and four assists, and Evan Esaki had six assists for host Fairmont (4-0). Jacob Crabaca scored 13 points for Pioneer Baptist (0-5).

Fillmore 37, Village Christian 32--Fillmore (37) -- Fore 6, Arriaga 2, Arroyo 4, DeLaPiedra 9, Handly 8, Ferrer 8. Village christian (32) -- Briggs 8, Pena 4, Levoe 10, Barrett 1, Hall 6, Whitten 3.  Fillmore 9 10 6   12--37 Village Christian 5 4 12 11--32 3-Point goals -- Village Christian (Briggs 1). Fouled out -- None. Rebounds -- Fillmore (Handly 8). Assists -- Fillmore (Fore 6). Total fouls -- Fillmore 22, Village Christian 18.

Hoover 80, California 74 --The Condors suffered a tough loss to the Tornadoes. Matt Amido led California (0-2) with 36 points.

La Verne Lutheran 60, California Lutheran 55 --Junior Larry Freeman scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Trojans to victory. Senior guard Brandon Theus had 12 points for La Verne Lutheran in its season opener.

Linfield 56, Hamilton 44

Loma Linda Academy 50, L.A. Baptist 43--LAB was led by Andrew Swenson with 10 and Allen Walker with 10.  Loma Linda improved to 2-0, while LA B dropped to 0-2.

Loyola 79, St. Bernard 53

Mesa Grande 48, Redlands Calvary Chapel 23-- Redlands Calvary Chapel (0-2) -- Lee 11, Roseberry 8, Andrews 2, McGee 2, Cloud 0. Mesa Grande (2-0) -- Grando 24, Sylvester 10, Knight 6, Bowles 6, Cushman 2.  Halftime score -- Mesa Grande 27-9. Three-point goals -- Grando 2, Sylvester. Total fouls -- Calvary Chapel 19, Mesa Grande 16. Fouled out -- Andrews.

Mojave 54, Boron 24-- Boron dropped to 2-1 with the loss.

Montclair Prep 65, Kilpatrick 52 --Marco Bozovic scored 21 points for Montclair Prep (1-0).

Palm Springs 67, Chaparral 48

Paramout 86, Bassett 33

Pasadena Poly 53, Oakwood 49 --Matt Robbins scored 20 points for Pasadena Poly (1-1). Stan Musgrave scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter for Oakwood.

Paso Robles 69, Arroyo Grande 38 --Josh Ewell had 17 points for Paso Robles (4-1).

Peace in the Valley 74, Wilson Creek 63 --Steven Stott had 33 points and Isaac Segovia added 26 for Peace in the Valley (3-0).

Redlands Adventist 63, Lake Arrowhead Christian 52

Rialto 85, Pacific 53

Rio Contiguo 59, Twin Pines 27 --Marcos Bush led all scorers with 14 points for Rio Contiguo (3-1). Twin Pines is 0-2.

San Gabriel Academy 72, Whittier Christian 58

Santa Clara 55, Rio Mesa 52 --Rio Mesa (52) -- Harkins 3, Rio 17, Segovia 9, Johnson 3, Bednar 13, Lanier 1, Ragan 3, Clegg 2, Flores 1. Santa Clara (55) -- Peterson 3, Santana 4, Payne 2, Marquez 18, Minney 19, LaJoie 9.   Rio Mesa 15 7 16 14--52 Santa Clara 18 14 10 13--55 3-Point goals -- Rio Mesa 4 (Rio 3, Segovia 1). Santa Clara 8 (Marquez 3, LaJoie 3, Minney 2). Fouled out -- None. Assists -- Santa Clara (Santana 6). Rebounds -- Santa Clara (LaJoie 11). Team record -- Santa Clara 3-2.

Santa Ynez (CIF-SS) 60, Templeton (CIF Central Section) 41--Matt McKinney scored 23 points and Aaron Richmond added 21 as Santa Ynez overcame a slow start to beat the Eagles. Templeton outscored the Pirates 18-7 in the first quarter, but Santa Ynez came back in the next quarter, 19-5. In the third quarter, Santa Ynez held the Eagles to five points again and coach Chris Avery was encouraged by the way his team played defense.  SANTA YNEZ--Clark 2, Creath 4, McKinney 23, Lindberg 3, A. Richmond 21, Urton 3, Van Leuven, Crosthwait 2. Totals 20 18-33 60.  TEMPLETON--Call 3, Ramos 13, Lane 2, Silzen 12, Ugsen 2, Coon 4, Chapman 1, Morris 4. Totals 13 7-15 41.  Santa Ynez . . . 7 19 14 20 -- 60 Templeton . . . 18 5 5 13 -- 41  3-point goals--SY 2 (Richmond 2), T 8 (Call, Ramos 3, Silzen 4). Fouls--SY 20, T 25. Fouled out--Ramos. Technicals--none.

South Hills 53, South Pasadena 48-- Gabriel Melicor hit 6 of 8 field goals and finished with 17 points to help lead South Hills High School past host South Pasadena, 53-48, in a nonleague boys basketball game Tuesday. George Mealy scored 14 points for the Huskies (2-1).

St. Bonaventure 57, Villanova Prep 54 --Brian Ragen scored 13 points for St. Bonaventure (1-0). Clark Tevis scored 21 points for Villanova Prep (2-3). St. Bonaventure (57) -- Hertel 12, Bullock 1, Barnard 4, Dolinar 12, Cummings 6, Giddings 7, Ragan 13, Araiza 2. Villanova Prep (54) -- Kirby 1, Daffe 20, Gibson 13, Tevis 21. St. Bonaventure 19 17 6 15--57  Villanova 13 14 12 15--54 3-Point goals -- St. Bonaventure 7 (Hertel 3, Ragan 3, Dolinar 1). Villanova 4 (Tevis 4). Fouled out -- None. Team records -- St. Bonaventure 1-0, Villanova 2-3.

St. John Bosco 64, Crossroads 61 --Giovanni St. Amant’s basket with 20 seconds remaining provided the winning margin for visiting St. John Bosco (3-0). St. Amant finished with 26 points and eight rebounds, and junior guard Eric Lane added 17 points and six assists. Joe Abraham and Jordan Rush had 14 each for Crossroads.

Tarbut V'Torah 64, Oxford Academy 57 --Steven Echbali had 21 points and Geoff Keith and Josh Bauchman had 19 points apiece for Tarbut V' Torah (2-1). Kris Quiaoit had 28 points and Jake Fermanian had 20 for Oxford Academy (1-5).

Temple City 76, Maranatha 50 --Kevin Sweeney scored 41 points for Temple City.

Villa Park 78, Fontana 56 --Sean Phaler scored 26 points grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked five shots, and Corey Miller added 15 points, 10 assists, five rebounds and four steals for visiting Villa Park (2-0). Ira Graham scored 16 points for Fontana (1-1).

Whitney 61, Acaciawood 31 --Reggie Itchon had 13 points and Khalif Boyd had 11 for host Whitney (3-0).

Yucaipa 78, Bloomington 63

CIF SS League  Game Scores, Tuesday, 12/04/01

Arrowhead League

CSDR 78, Noli Indian 33 -- California School for the Deaf, Riverside went on a 26-0 run in the second half to win an Arrowhead League game. CSDR's girls' team won by forfeit as a flu bug sidelined all but three players for Soboba Noli Indian.Noli Indian (0-1, 1-2) -- Larenzo 16, Morris 10, Williams 4, Reyes 3, Sandozal 0.   CSDR (1-0, 2-0) -- Amaro 17, Bayarsky 9, Cayton 6, Alberre 6, Scott 12, Smith 16, Morales 8, Guzman 2, Merino 2. Halftime score -- CSDR 40-22. Three-point goals -- Amaro, Alberre, Smith, Morris. Total fouls -- Noli Indian 15, CSDR 19. Fouled out -- none.

Freedom League

Zinsmeyer 66, Rio Rancho 56--Zinsmeyer (3-0) -- Payton 6, Brown 20, Williams 19, Beachum 6, Adams 2, Haifiled 4, Taylor 5, Tejeda 2, Hall 2. Rio Rancho (3-1) -- Hunt 4, Tyler 26, Spencer 4, Hammonds 10, Dixon 12. Halftime score -- Zinsmeyer 25-20. Three-point goals -- Payton 2, Brown 2, Hammond. Total fouls -- Zinsmeyer 17, Rio Rancho 13. Fouled out -- Payton.


 

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