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CIF-SS Games Results & Details
Thursday, 12/6/01--(Dec. 8, 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, Thursday, 12/06/01|
44th Annual Arroyo Tournament (Southern Section)
Rowland 71, Walnut 54 --Larry Tieu scored 22 points for Rowland. Daniel Jones scored 19 points for Walnut. Adam Wong added 16 for the victorious Raiders. Rowland (6-1) also received nine points and six rebounds from VaShon Pruitt. Dreshawn Vance had 18 and put forth solid effort on defense for the Mustangs, who lost for the first time this season.
La Canada 68, Bishop Amat 57-- Robbie Neyland had 23 points for La Canada (4-0). La Canada held off Bishop Amat to advance to the championship game of the Arroyo boys basketball tournament with a 68-57 victory Thursday. The Spartans' Robbie Neyland made six 3-pointers in the first half, but La Canada (4-0) needed every one of them, and more, to fight off the Lancers (2-1). The Spartans will meet Rowland in the championship game at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. La Canada led for most of the first half and held the lead through the first four minutes of the third quarter. But midway through the third, Bishop Amat's Johnathan Haywood scored to bring the Lancers even for the first time since early in the first quarter. Haywood had been quiet for most of the game, often choosing to pass to teammates rather than look for his own shot. He finished with eight points, but his only score in the first half came on a thundering alley-oop off a pass from Paul Porter. Haywood did come up with the key basket to tie the score, though, and scored again to help the Lancers even the score once more at 45. La Canada's Mark Moore scored with 10.4 seconds left in the quarter to give the Spartans the edge. He started the fourth quarter with two easy layups. Moore finished with 10 points and hustled his way to 11 rebounds, including several offensive rebounds that allowed the Spartans to find their perimeter players for second attempts beyond the 3-point arc. La Canada made 11 3-pointers in the game. Neyland knocked down his seventh and final 3-pointer of the game to give La Canada a 54-47 lead. Porter and the Lancers were not done, however. Porter scored twice, including a 3-pointer of his own, to pull Bishop Amat within two. Haywood made two free throws to keep the deficit at two with 4:11 to play, but La Canada then finished off the Lancers with two more 3-pointers. Billy Hofman (17 points) hit the first 3-point basket. Two minutes later, Joel Kim hit another one to secure the victory. Porter finished with 17 points for the Lancers and Kim had 10 for the Spartans.
Keppel 53, South El Monte 39 --Timmy Hoang led a balanced scoring attack with 10 points as the Aztecs took care of the Eagles and moved into the consolation championship. Andrew Gomez and Danny Do each chipped in with nine points for Keppel (4-1).
Arcadia 57, Montclair 48--Brent Dohling scored 23 points and hit four 3-pointers and Donte Owens added 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Apaches (4-1) past Montclair Prep. The pair has combined for 85 points in Arcadia's past two victories.
Arroyo 41, Monrovia 38 --J.J. Bottger scored 14 points for Arroyo (3-3).
West Covina 74, Los Altos 71 (OT) --Jabir Jinna scored 22 points for West Covina (4-1).
Nogales 61, Bell Gardens 53
San Gabriel 66, Bravo 58
Beverly Hills Tournament (Southern Section)
Cleveland 77, Culver City 56
Crespi 53, Beverly Hills 52 --Rob Koslowsky made the second of two free-throws with two seconds left for Crespi (3-3).
North Hollywood 40, Ventura 27 --Josh Beasley was the leading scorer for North Hollywood (2-1) with nine points. Beasley also had nine of the team's 20 rebounds as it won the second-round consolation game. Ventura (0-5) -- Brett Pinkerton scored a team-high five points.
Hart 80, Hamilton 65
Cleveland 77, Culver City 56
Los Angeles 67, Birmingham 60
Hollywood 2, LACES 0 (forfeit)
Canyon Country Canyon Tournament (Southern
Quartz Hill 70, San Fernando 58 --Tyler Stilwagen scored 18 points for Quartz Hill.
Chaminade 87, Valencia 72
Carpinteria Tournament (Southern Section)
Lakewood 65, Righetti 48--Senior forward John Wegner scored 14 points to help the Lancers improve to 5-0 with a victory over the Warriors (1-2) in a pool play game at Carpinteria High.
Clovis Buchanan 70, Carpinteria 56--Carpinteria High lost the game against Buchanan Thursday night in the first round of the Frank Carbajal Classic and their best player as Ernie Lopez severely sprained his ankle in the fourth quarter coming off a screen in Carpinteria's 70-56 loss. Before going to the hospital to treat the injury, Lopez had dropped in a game-high 19 points, including four three-pointers. But Buchanan was simply too tough, even if Lopez had stayed and finished. Carpinteria will play Righetti in Santa Maria. BUCHANAN--Carlson 13, McDonald 2, Johnson 13, Blount 18, McQuown 7, Lopez 4, Smith 4, Peterson 7, Laird 2. Totals 28 13-21 70. CARPINTERIA--E. Lopez 19, Boardman 5, Dudley 4, Zemke 2, J. Lopez 1, Zoldos 8, Horton 12, Lamar 5. Totals 21 10-16 56. Buchanan . . . 22 16 16 16 -- 70 Carpinteria . . . 12 11 18 15 -- 56 3-point goals--B 0, C 4 (E. Lopez 4). Fouls--B 17, C 24. Fouled out--none. Technicals--none.
Cerritos Valley Christian Tournament
Mary Star 44, Valley Christian 42 --Chris Navarre scored 11 points for Mary Star (1-2).
Bolsa Grande 78, Norwalk 69-- Bolse Grande(5-1) defeated the Norwalk Lancers (0-3) for the pool play win as 6'-0" senior guard Omar Amaral led all scorers with 28 points. Dwayne Murray hit four three pointers for Norwalk in the loss. Bolsa Grande-- Amaral 28, Doan 15, Godinez 6, Ngo 7, Zisaychek 4, Martinez 3, Donzalez 3, Holloway 6, Neveraz 6. Three pointers (10): Amaral 3, Doan 4, Ngo, Zisaychek, Donalez. Norwalk-- Hall 27, Numley 2, Toy 6, Moss 7, Murray 18, Franca 9, Three pointers (6): Hall 2, Murray 4.
Desert Cities Winter Classic (Southern Section)
No games Thursday--Play resumes Friday
El Capitan Tournament (San Diego Section)
El Rancho "Blue Pride" Tournament
Covina 68, Chino 51 --Brett Pill scored 26 points and Vernon Convington scored 24 points for Covina (3-0). The Chino Cowboys lost for the first time this season, falling into Saturday's third-place game at the El Rancho Tournament. Tjayi Malone paced Chino (2-1) with 27 points. The Cowboys play Pomona at 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
Paramount 58, Pomona 54 --Chris Campbell scored 20 points for Paramount (5-0). Campbell also recorded 10 rebounds and 5 steals to lead the Pirates over the Red Devils in a championship semifinal at Santa Fe High.
Warren 62, Santa Fe 57: Senior guard Abrahim Nino scored 13 points and sophomore guard Ronald Fleming went 5-for-5 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help seal the win as the Bears (3-1) defeated the host Chiefs in a fifth-place semifinal.
Wilson (HH) 71, Montebello 64 --Four players, all averaging double- digits in scoring for the Wildcats this season, came up big against the Oilers. Dontay Holloway led Wilson with 24 points and five assists. Mike Moreno (14 points), Anthony Salgado (14) and Larry Parker (11) also had strong games.
El Segundo Tournament (Southern Section)
Price 69-Mira Costa 57--Leading scorers for Price: Sophomore Darren Morrison 15 pts and 5 assist, Kalief Washington 13 pts and Derrick Williams 13 pts and 5 steals.
Loyola def. West Torrance --score and details not reported
St. Bernard 72, San Pedro 43--Bruce Baevans scored 34 points for St. Bernard (2-4).
Leuzinger def. Granada Hills Kennedy --score and details not reported
Fillmore Tournament (Southern Section)
L.A. Baptist 61, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 58 --Jason Haddad had 26 points and nine rebounds for Hillcrest Christian (1-1).
Nordoff 62, Village Christian 59 --Micah Nylander scored 20 points for Nordoff (3-2). Daniel Barrett scored 22 points for Village Christian (0-2). Garret Stroup scored 18 points and had five steals. Nordhoff trailed by 16 points with just over six minutes remaining before storming back to win the first-round game.
Santa Paula 68, St. Bonaventure 53 -- Ernesto Lopez scored 24 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked four shots to lead Santa Paula High past St. Bonaventure 68-53 in the first round of the Fillmore boys' basketball tournament on Thursday night. With Santa Paula ahead 23-19 in the second quarter, Lopez scored eight points on a 14-4 Santa Paula run to end the first half with a 37-23 lead. John Ramirez ruled the third quarter for Santa Paula as he played tight defense and forced several St. Bonaventure turnovers, while scoring eight points. Ramirez finished with 14 points while adding three rebounds. Alex Rico of Santa Paula scored seven first-quarter points, but finished with 10 as he was plagued with early foul trouble. Scott Cummings and Clay Hertel each scored 13 points for St. Bonaventure (1-1). Cummings led St. Bonaventure with seven rebounds, while Hertel added three. Santa Paula (1-3) earned its first victory by controlling the tempo of the game, while outrebounding St. Bonaventure 33-21.
Fillmore 51, Mojave 36 --details not reported.
Fremont HS L.A. City Classic (LA
Dorsey 88, Inglewood 70
Fremont 73, Fountain Valley 39
Etiwanda 70, LA Jordan 48 --Freshman point guard David Carter and Jacob Johnson had 12 points apiece for Etiwanda (3-1). Carter committed no turnovers. A night after falling to Dorsey High School 77-66 despite a 21-point effort from senior D'Ornoir Flax, Etiwanda bounced back and will now face Chatsworth on Saturday at 2 p.m. as pool play continues. Jacob Johnson also scored 12 points for Etiwanda and Chris Wright added 10 points each. Wright had eight rebounds.
Blair 56, King Drew 55
Etiwanda 70, L.A. Jordan 48
Fullerton Darren Oliver Tournament
Fullerton 61, Hoover 60--Darren Fells scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Fullerton over Hoover, 61-60, in boys basketball pool play Thursday in the Darren Oliver Classic at Fullerton High. Brian Garcia scored 13 and Chris Stevenson had eight points, including two three-pointers for the Indians (4-0).
California 65, Magnolia 60
Glendora Tournament (Southern Section)
Downey Calvary Chapel 76, Brea Olinda 70 --Sophomore guard Ralph Miley scored 25 points and senior guard Tim Drisdom added 20 for Calvary Chapel (2-0). Eric Giesler scored a team-leading 24 points for the Wildcats (1-2) in pool play.
Saugus 69, Baldwin Park 60 --B.J. Willkomm scored 20 points and had 11 rebounds for Saugus (3-4).
Hesperia Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Joshua Springs Tournament (Southern Section)
Palm Valley 47, San Diego West Shores 44
Desert Chapel 58, Owens Valley 40
Joshua Springs 79, Cornerstone Christian 34
Arrowhead Christian 53, Pacific Christian 38--Sophomore Gerry Conedy and senior Steven Kinsley each scored 11 points as the Eagles (1-2) beat Pacific Christian in continuing action at the Joshua Tree National Park Tournament held at Joshua Springs Christian.
La Jolla Country Day Tournament (San Diego
Capistrano Valley Christian 79, San Diego St. Vincents 68 --Ross Skinner scored 24 points, Sean Reynolds finished with 23 and Kenny Ryan had 17 Capistrano Valley Christian (2-3).
Calipatria 62, Lone Pine 21
Linfield 72, Escondido Guajome Park Academy 33--The Lions scored an easy win in the second of three pool-play games. Freshman Chuck Wilson paced the Lions with 21 points, 10 assists and six steals. Zachary Wold added 14 points for Linfield, which faces Escondido Calvin Christian today at 6:15 p.m.
Santa Fe Christian 65, St. Margarets 54--Paul Janczyk scored 22 points and Ninyus Youkhanneh added 12 for the Tartans (0-3) in pool play.
La Quinta (Westminster)-Los Amigos Tournament
Buena Park 72, Corona del Mar 39--DeAndre Robinson scored 15 points for Buena Park (5-2). CdM (1-3) was overwhelmed from the outset as Buena Park (5-2) rolled off first-quarter runs of 9-2, 6-0 and 8-0 en route to a 23-6 edge after eight minutes. The Coyotes built the lead to 20 at halftime, led, 55-22, after three periods and pushed the lead to 38, before the Sea Kings finished the game with an 8-3 run. Corona del Mar hit five three-pointers in the final 7:35, after connecting on just 2 of 17 from beyond the arc the first three quarters. Kevin Mancillas hit all three of his three-point tries in the final quarter to finish with a team-high 15 points. Buena Park also won the rebounding battle, 44-28, and earned the edge in turnovers, as well, 21-14. Buena Park 23 15 17 17 - 72 Corona del Mar 6 12 4 17 - 39 Buena Park - Johnson 8, Barker 0, Robinson 15, R. Urias 13, Sims 7, Lee 7, Christopher Butts 6, Christon Butts 6, Rosca 4, Casillas 4, Cazares 2. 3-pt. goals - R. Urias 3, Robinson 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Corona del Mar - Mancillas 15, Sherick-Odom 4, Glass 0, Northridge 6, Matsen 3, Welch 5, Seaborn 4, Wald 2, Hildebrandt 0, Najar 0. 3-pt. goals - Mancillas 3, Northridge 2, Matsen 1, Welch 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.
Los Amigos 61, Santa Ana 56 --Hector Degante had 34 points and four steals for Los Amigos (4-2). Jerry Cervantes finished with 12 points and Pedro Flores had 11 for the Saints.
Saddleback 53, Westminster La Quinta 42--Demetrius May and Robert Sosa each had 15 points as the Roadrunners (1-7) defeated the Aztecs (0-4). Darren Lam scored 10 points with six steals for the Aztecs.
Laguna Beach 40, Estancia 37--Jason Boyd scored 15 points to lead the Artists (2-3) over the Eagles (1-3). Junior Lewis Bradshaw came off the bench for Estancia to collect 14 rebounds and eight points. Senior Jermaine Snell also added a bit of a spark, hitting one of the Eagles' two three-pointers and providing tenacious back-court defense. Lindquist connected on 3 of 4 field-goal attempts.Senior Micah Young will miss the rest of the season with a torn left ACL. Despite their offensive struggles, the Eagles (1-3) stayed in the game leading, 22-21, on Lindquist's layup with 3:45 left in the third quarter. The Artists (2-3) scored the final six points of the third quarter and the first four of the final period and never looked back. Estancia plays La Quinta for 15th place Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Estancia 8 9 5 15 - 37 Laguna Beach 9 8 10 13 - 40 Estancia - Prado 7, J. Young 0, Lindquist 8, Cachola 5, Maldonado 0, Bradshaw 8, Snell 5, Pinto 4, Novak 0, Valdes 0. 3-pt. goals - Prado 1, Snell 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Laguna Beach - Boyd 15, Leahy 7, Lyle 2, Norfleet 6, Gabbard 4, Sands 4, Renault 2. 3-pt. goals - Leahy 1. Fouled out - Leahy. Technicals - none.
Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic Tournanment
King 97, Temecula Valley 77 --Marvin Lea had 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for King (3-0).Newport Harbor 70, Upland 49-- The Sailors (5-1) made it to the championship game Saturday night at 7:30 by defeating Upland's full court pressure, building a 25 point lead in the third quarter. Tony Melum, a 6-foot-6 senior forward, led Newport Harbor with 23 points (20 in the first half), five rebounds, three steals, three blocked shots and three assists, while 6-3 senior forward Erik Peterson and 6-8 junior center Nedim Pajevic sparked the Sailors in the third quarter when they built their biggest lead of the game, 54-29, after Peterson's first three-pointer 2:08 into the period. Upland (1-1), which returns only four players from last year's team but no starters and which has a new coach, opened with an 11-5 lead as the Highlanders hit three three-pointers and caused Newport Harbor problems with the press. But the Newport Harbor outscored Upland, 9-0, to conclude the first quarter and carried the momentum into the second, when Newport blitzed Upland, 18-2, in the first 4:41 of the period for a 36-17 advantage. Pajevic scored 19 points for Harbor and added nine rebounds (four offensive), while Peterson finished with a dozen points and point guard Chase Cameron had four rebounds, three assists and two steals. Sophomore guard Andre Pinesett had five rebounds for Newport and hit a three-pointer in the second quarter during his team's big run. Melum canned a three-pointer with 0:54 left in the first half to give Newport Harbor a comfortable 39-24 halftime lead, and the Tars continued to roll in the third. Todd Martin led Upland with 13 points, while Jay Rasch had 10 for the designated hosts. Upland never got closer than 18 points in the second half. Newport Harbor 18 21 20 11 - 70 Upland 15 9 12 13 - 49 Newport - Cameron 6, Peterson 12, Pajevic 19, Pinesett 7, Melum 23, Diefenbach 1, Melgar 0, Rorden 0 Glassic 0, Boyd 2, Tully 0, Louvier 0, Fortier 0. 3-pt. goals - Melum 3, Peterson 2, Pinesett 1. Fouled out - Diefenbach. Technicals - Tully. Upland - Burrell 2, Rasch 10, Hatter 0, Holland 9, Martin 13, Hines 6, Mason 4, Cole 2, Bascomb 1, Robinson 2. 3-pt. goals - Rasch 2, Holland 1, Martin 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.
Agoura 76, Rancho Verde 67 --Chris DiSimone scored 16 points and Kevin Cornwell had 13 points, eight rebounds and six steals for Agoura (3-2). Rufus Winston and LeRoy Roselle each scored 17 points for Rancho Verde (3-2). Agoura rebounded from a 15-point first-quarter deficit. Kevin Cornwell added 13 points while Steve Keglevic and Chad Martinson had 12.
Pasadena Poly Tournament (Southern Section)
Oaks Christian 58, La Salle 54 --Aaron Klein scored 21 points, 20 in the second half-for Oaks Christian (3-1). Oaks Christian came back from a 12-point deficit at the half to win by four. Sean Adams had 10 points and pulled down six defensive rebounds
Pasadena Poly 53, Faith Baptist 50
Oakwood def. San Marino
Maranatha 56, South Pasadena 53--Maranatha (4-3) took control early with a 16-4 first-quarter run, which began with a driving lay-up and ended on a running hook shot by 6-foot-6 senior John Gregorich. Gregorich led all scorers with 18 points. He also had five blocks and seven rebounds. South Pasadena, which features a majority of underclassmen, was plagued by turnovers and fouls and at the end of the first quarter, South Pasadena had 8 fouls, compared to 0 for Maranatha. The Tigers (0-3) finally turned their energy into something positive in the fourth quarter, cutting a 15-point third-quarter deficit down to four twice, but the Minutemen held on for the victory. Brian Buchel of Maranatha had a game-high 14 rebounds. South Pasadena had three players score in double figures, led by Mike Miller's 14 points.
Riverside Poly-Ramona Kiwanis Tournament
A.B. Miller 85, Rancho Cucamonga 63 --Jacob Ramirez (6'-1" Sr. G) scored 28 points, Victor Michel (6'-0" Sr. F) added 16 and Jeremiah Ward (6'-0 Jr. G) scored 13 and had four assists for A.B. Miller (4-0). Matt Izzard scored 18 points for Rancho Cucamonga (2-2). Ramirez added six rebounds and sat out for most of the second half as the Rebels defeated the Cougars
Jurupa Valley 52, Arlington 40 --Mike West scored 13 points, Damian Frias added 12, and James Zucca had 10 for Jurupa Valley (4-2). Arlington is 2-2.
Trabuco Hills 61, Ramona 44-- John Baggerly scored 16 points to lead the Mustangs (4-0) over the Rams (2-3). Aaron Tudor and John Kuper each finished with 12 points for the Mustangs.
Riverside Poly 58, Norco 40
Redlands 57, Paloma Valley 15--Senior Steve Parsha scored 12 points as the Terriers (1-1) routed the Wildcats in the second round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Senior forward Diamond Geary added 12 points as Redlands outscored Paloma Valley 17-2 in the first quarter and never looked back, allowing no more than five points in a quarter to the Wildcats.
Apple Valley 73, Coachella Valley 60
Kaiser 56, Rubidoux 50
Banning 73, La Quinta 72
Sacramento (Carmichael) Jesuit Tournament (Sac Joaquin Section)
University of San Diego 77, Stockton Edison 75
Sacramento Christian Brothers def. Stockton St. Marys
Compton Centennial 73, Santa Clara (Sacramento) 63--Senior forward Sterling Byrd had 27 points and 12 rebounds to help the Apaches win their season-opener against the Falcons at Jesuit High in Sacramento.
Carmichael Jesuit def. Sparks, NV
San Dimas-Bonita Tournament (Southern Section)
Diamond Bar 78, Claremont 74--Although junior point guard Khalif Ford (6'-1" Jr. G) struggled early, going 1-9 and scoring only 6 points in the half, he scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter to lead Diamond Bar to a 78-74 win over Claremont in the semifinals. In the third quarter, he threw down a vicious dunk over Perrin Johnson, leaping from both feet to slam one-handed over Johnson, a little bit of comeuppance for someone who had thrown down three spectacular dunks of his own in the first quarter. Nursing a four-point lead entering the fourth quarter, Ford hit a fallaway 3-pointer with the shot clock winding down to make it 60-53, and after an Earl Wilson free throw, drove the lane and drew a goaltending call, pushing his team's lead to eight Diamond Bar led by as many as 10 in the quarter, and by nine with under two minutes to play. But Cameron Munoz (19 points) hit a 3, and Wilson scored inside after a steal to cut the lead to four with 38 seconds left. Ford hit two free throws with 33 seconds left to push the lead back to six. Shaddean Aaron (22 points) came back to hit a pair of free throws, but Claremont (4-2) wouldn't score until a meaningless basket at the buzzer by Wilson. Claremont committed 21 turnovers, to just eight for Diamond Bar. Larry Lising added 13 points for Diamond Bar, Brendan Tapez had 12 and Greg Morita finished with 10. Shaddean Aaron scored 21 points and Cameron Munoz had 19 for Claremont. Diamond Bar faces Alta Loma in the championship game.
Alta Loma 76, Diamond Ranch 56
Charter Oak 67, Northview 61 --Sharif Elkhaldy scored 22 points for Charter Oak (4-1). Josh Baehr added 15 for Charter Oak. Elkhaldy also hit four free throws down the stretch and the Chargers were six of eight as a team from the line in the final quarter. Forward James Gavin led Northview with 22 points.
San Dimas 69, Bonita 59 (OT) --Ryan Gunderson scored 24 points for San Dimas (2-1). Nik Cannan scored 13 points for Bonita (1-2). San Dimas blew a 23-point first-half lead, but hit 10 of 12 free throws in overtime to defeat host Bonita, 69-59, in the fifth-place semifinals of the San Dimas-Bonita Tournament Thursday. Ryan Gunderson had 24 points and hit three-of-five 3-pointers to lead San Dimas. Eli Smalley had 12 points and seven assists. The victory advanced the Saints (2-1) to the fifth-place final against Charter Oak. Nik Kannan scored 13 points to lead Bonita (1-2). Justin Miller added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Bearcats, who held San Dimas to only one point in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Damien def. Bonita JV
Garey 72, Don Lugo 65--Jevon Davis led a balanced attack for the Vikings (2-6) with 15 points while Albert Rodriguez, Osaar Rasshan (12 rebounds) and Delano Bell scored 14 apiece. Rich Snyder scored 23 points with 14 rebounds to lead Don Lugo (0-5). Garey will play for ninth place.
Sanger Tournament (Central Section)
Victor Valley (Southern Section) 89, Fresno Edison (Central Section) 71 --DeJesus Brown scored 33 points and Steve Thompson added 22 for Victor Valley (5-1).
Visalia Mt. Whitney 85. Oakhurst Yosemite 58
Fresno Roosevelt 70, Tulare Western 63
Sanger 78, Clovis East 42
Santa Cruz Tournament ( Central Coast Section)
Paso Robles 68, Felton San Lorenzo Valley 44
Santa Cruz 71, Watsonville 54
Silver Valley Tournament (Southern Section)
Hesperia def. Twentynine Palms
Barstow 64, Boulder City (Nev.) 44
Las Vegas (Nev.) Meadows 70, Silver Valley 50
Pahrump (Nev.) 61, Big Bear 53
Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament (Southern Section)
Washington (D.C.) Model Secondary School for the Deaf Tournament
Fremont California School for the Deaf 51, Danville (Ky.) Kentucky School for the Deaf 41
Indianapolis (Ind.) Indiana School for the Deaf 59, West Hartford (Conn.) American School for the Deaf 53
Washington (D.C.) Model Secondary School for the Deaf 58, Riverside California School for the Deaf 37
Tucson (Ariz) Arizona School for the Deaf 61, Frederick (Md.) Maryland School for the Deaf 48
Jackson Heights (N.Y.) Lexington School for the Deaf 47, Fremont California School for the Deaf 30
Indianapolis (Ind.) Indiana School for the Deaf 44, Phoenix (Ariz.) Day School for the Deaf 39
Westchester Tournament (LA City Section)
Fairfax 90, Washington 47 --Evan Burns scored 22 points for Fairfax (6-0).
Dominguez 60, Pasadena 55 --Senior guard Keion Kindred scored 15 points to lead the Dons (3-4) past the Bulldogs in second-round play at Westchester High. Dominguez will play Westchester, the No. 1 team in the nation according to USA Today, Friday at 7:45 p.m. in the semifinals.
Horizon 72, Locke 69
Westchester 118, Hawthorne 45
Woodcrest Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
San Jacinto 76, Webb 60 --Despite a 28-point effort by Arjun Rao, the Gauls slipped to 1-4 by losing the Woodcrest Christian Tournament game. Jordan Bowne and Darek Baczynski added 12 points apiece for Webb.
Calvary Chapel Murrieta 51, Norte Vista 38 -- At the Woodcrest Tournament, a barrage of 3-pointers and tough inside defense helped Warriors erase a 2-point half-time deficit in an opening round game. Ryan Evans led Calvary Chapel with 20 points, including 4-of-6 shooting from the 3-point line, and had four rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block. Luke Wilkerson added nine points, nine rebounds, six assists, five steals and three blocks. Noal Denny had seven points, 11 rebounds, two steals and a block.
Sherman Indian 89, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 61
Woodcrest Christian 71, Baptist Christian 42
|CIF-SS League Game Scores, Thursday, 12/06/01|
Ambassador Christian 81, Noli Indian 32--Jose Guzman and Michael Esquivel combined for 50 points as the Dawgs (2-2, 1-0) routed the Braves for their first league win. Guzman finished with 26 points and dished out 13 assists as Ambassador Christian led 46-12 at the half and had little trouble with the Braves, who were playing their third game in as many nights. Michael Esquivel had 24 points and 15 rebounds and Brandon Giden had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Dawgs.
Zinsmeyer Academy 68, Masada 41
San Gabriel Academy 64, Pillibos 52
|CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Thursday, 12/06/01|
AGBU 44, San Fernando Valley 36
Arrowhead Christian 71, Aquinas 64 --Junior 5-8 guard Josh Cloud scored 12 points, had 11 rebounds and five assists as the Eagles (1-0) beat the visiting Falcons (2-2). Junior 6-7 center Nathan Botten had 18 points an seven rebounds for ACA. Senior Glenn Ohaeri led all scorers with 20 for the Falcons.
Bakersfield Valley 50, Cuyama Valley 38
Chadwick 100, Christian Center 23 --Matt Fournier had 19 points and eight assists, and Brady Bohlinger added 10 points for host Chadwick (2-0).
Crenshaw 95, Crossroads 68--details not reported
Desert 64, Boron 25
Desert Hot Springs 64, Yucca Valley 34
Esperanza 61, Troy 53 --Braden Porter scored 23 points with four assists to lead the Aztecs (6-0) over the Warriors (1-5). Mark Loveinfinished with 17 points and 12 rebounds and Burke Spencer added three points with five assists for the Aztecs. Nate Gilkes had 19 points and Kevin Delafa added 16 for the Warriors (1-5).
Long Beach Poly 71, Orem (Utah) Mountain View 67
Marina 77, El Modena 60
Mesrobian 71, Whittier Christian 68 --Tigy Grigorian scored 41 points as the Bulldogs (1-0) defeated the Heralds (2-4). Abe Santos and Frank Sanchez both had 15 points for the Heralds.
Montclair Prep 78, Pasadena Marshall 38 --Marko Bozovic scored 18 points for Montclair Prep (2-0).
Renaissance Academy 53, Westview 33 --Aaron Clitheroe scored 22 points for Renaissance Academy (4-0). Westview is 3-1.
Ribet Academy 71, Pacific Hills 69 --Caleb Bassey scored 24 points for Ribet (5-1).
Rio Contiguo 79, Wilson Creek 73 --Marcos Bush scored 20 points and had 10 rebounds and Christopher Cooper had 15 points and 15 rebounds for Rio Contiguo (4-1). Wilson Creek is 0-5.
Rio Hondo Prep 59, Cal Lutheran 33 -- Devon Drain recorded a triple double to lead Rio Hondo Prep High School to a 61-33 victory over visiting California Lutheran in a nonleague basketball game Thursday night. Drain, a junior point guard, finished with 21 points, 14 rebounds and 10 steals to help the Kares improve to 4-2. Rio Hondo Prep led 16-4 after the first quarter and 37-12 at the half.Robert Betts scored 15 points in a losing effort for the C-Hawks (0-2). Cal Lutheran travels to Hemet Baptist Christian on Tuesday.
St. Genevieve def. Los Angeles Lutheran
St. John Bosco 81, Pioneer 36 --Senior guard Donald Quiroz scored 18 points, hitting five of seven three-point shots, took eight rebounds and had four assists for St. John Bosco (4-0).
Santa Maria 55, Morro Bay 54
Tarbut V'Torah 85, Calvary Baptist 41 --Geoff Keith scored 31 points and dished out 10 assists, and Steven Eghbali added 21 and 10 assists for Tarbut V'Torah (3-1). Calvary Baptist is 1-3. Josh Goldman finished with two points and 10 rebounds for the Lions.
Thousand Oaks 68, Dos Pueblos 52 -- Thousand Oaks, which is not playing in its own tournament because the coaches didn't want to play without their football players on the basketball team, opened its season on the road at Dos Pueblos. C.J. Handlos scored 19 points for Thousand Oaks (1-0). Chad Acerbonie added 13. John Pickert had 21 points in the Chargers' home opener, but Thousand Oaks won the non-league game. Dos Pueblos, 3-2, led 23-15 after the first quarter but the Lancers outscored the Chargers 19-3 in the second quarter. Ryan Glick had nine points and seven rebounds while Steve Graybill added eight points and five rebounds. THOUSAND OAKS -- Anderson 10, Grosslight 7, Rex 5, Acerboni 13, Myers 4, Carr 2, Handlos 19, Sletter 7. Total 68. DOS PUEBLOS -- Graybill 8, Glick 9, Pickert 21, Iden 2, Talmadge 2, Friessen 2, Weatherhead 2, Ramsdell 4. Total 52. Thousand Oaks . . . 15 19 21 13 -- 68 Dos Pueblos . . . 23 3 14 12 -- 52 3-point goals--TO 4 (Acerboni 3, Sletter 1), DP 5 (Graybill 2, Glick 1, Pickert 2). Fouled out--none. Record--TO 1-0, DP 3-2.
Whitewater 60, La Sierra Academy 54
Yucaipa 75, Valley View 72--Seniors Erik Simmons and Shane Craig scored each scored 22 points as the Thunderbirds (6-0) narrowly escaped the visiting Eagles in a nonleague matchup. Simmons, a 6-3 forward, also grabbed 14 rebounds for Yucaipa in a game that the Thunderbirds led by 15 heading into the final quarter only to see the lead dissolve in front of them.
|CIF LA City Section Non- League Game Scores, Thursday, 12/06/01|
Banning 88, Sherman Oaks CES 53 --Joey Saavedra had
27 points, including five three-pointers, nine assists and eight steals for host
Crenshaw 95, Crossroads 68--details not reported
Middle College 72, Elizabeth St. 67--details not reported
Roosevelt 57, Franklin 54 --Marlon Parrales scored 25 points for Roosevelt (2-0).
University 97, Belmont 49 --Chris Caseris scored 25 points for University (4-0).
Verdugo Hills 66, Lincoln 43 --Daniel Dingman scored 22 points for Verdugo Hills (1-4).
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