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CIF HS Games Results & Details From
Friday, 12/7/01--(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. 

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Friday, 12/07/01

Antelope Valley Christian 76, Bakersfield Christian 49--Phillip Okonna scored 21 points for Antelope Valley Christian.

Arroyo Grande 69, Cabrillo (Lompoc)  53--Senior center Scott Buhl had 35 points and 14 rebounds to lead visiting Arroyo Grande (1-1).

Bethel Christian 41, Trona 37 --details not available.

Boys Republic 67, Acaciawood 52--John Flanagan and Jamaal Magee had 20 points each for host Boys' Republic (1-2).Jesse Cope had 25 points and 13 rebounds for Acaciawood (1-3). Greg Scheiman scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds in the win for the Rams.

Bishop Diego 55, Cate 43 --A.J. Cavaletto stepped up to fill Pat Minehan's shoes and did it nicely, scoring 18 points and knocking down four 3s in a non-league game. Minehan, the Cardinals' leading scorer, was taken out of the offense by the Rams' tough defense. Marcus Brown had 10 points. Cate was led by Nick Altman's 15 points. CATE --Tracy 2, Dumville 2, Widdoes 2, Barton 4, Altman 15, McCammack 12, Spangletti 6. Totals 13 15-21 43. BISHOP DIEGO -- Um 2, Mitchell 3, Minehan 6, Brown 10, Boehm 2, Munoz 2, Aijian 6, Cavaletto 18, Elmerick 6. Totals 21 9-17 55.  Cate . . . 10 15 4 14 -- 43 Bishop Diego . . . 15 12 13 15 -- 55 3-point goals--C 2 (Altman, Spangletti), BD 4 (Cavaletto 4). Fouls--C 16, BD 24. Fouled out--none. Technicals--none.

Bloomington 65, Chaffey 54--Rashad Fox finished with 20 points and Anthony Wilkerson added 16, but the Tigers fell to 1-5.

Brethren Christian 48, Grace Brethren 39 --Grace Brethren -- Strong 14, Henson 11, King 8, Jefferson 8, Bodziak 5, Ho 2. Brethren Christian (1-4) -- Durso 17, Matthieu 9, Padot 7, Marme 2, Campbell 2, Beaty 2. Grace Bretheren 07 12 05 15--39  Bretheren Christian 12 14 09 13--48 3-Point goals -- Grace Brethren 1 (Durso). Brethren Christian 1 (King). Rebounds -- Grace Brethren 25 (Campbell 9). Assists -- Grace Brethren 6. Total fouls -- Grace Brethren 24, Brethren Christian 14.

Buckley 71, New Roads 53--Senior point guard David Gale scored 20 points, 10 assists and six steals, and Baron Abdul-Mansour had 19 points and 20 rebounds to lead Buckley (4-1) to the win. The Griffins started off slowly and trailed by 13 points at the half, 36-23,  but managed to outscore New Roads by a margin of 48-17 in the second half, holding New Roads (3-3) to just 8 third quarter points.  The Griffins outscored New Roads 33-9 in the fourth quarter.  15 of Gale's points came in the second half.  Buckley's Alex Marshall scored 10.  Buckley:  Gale 20, 10 assists, 6 steals, Baron Abdul Mansour 19, 20 rebounds, 2 steals, Riley Scannell 7, Nick Brar 8, Danny Broukhim 7.  New Roads:  Danny Nario 18, Michael Whitfield 8, Evan Norrington 6, Nigel Davison 2, Chris Cannon 6, Nate Perlmutter 9, Matt Landez 2, Carlos Hernandez 2.  Buckley--9  14  15  33--71; New Roads--16  20   8  9--53.  Records:  Buckley 4-1, New Roads 3-3.

Cajon 80, Canyon Springs 64-- San Bernardino Cajon's Donovan Morris scored 39 points, 11 rebounds and six assists Friday to lead a furious second-half comeback that resulted in a 80-64 victory over Moreno Valley Canyon Springs in his basketball season opener.  Canyon Springs was without junior Richard Cobbs, who has a strained groin. Morris has only practiced full-time with Cajon for about three weeks in coming off his first year of football. Cobbs was injured last week against Fresno Clovis West in the Clovis West Tournament. The Cougars (4-2) led 34-26 at halftime before Cajon turned up the energy and defense. Morris opened the second-half scoring with a thunderous, right-hand jam. He had 27 points, eight rebounds, two steals and a block in the second half. Andre Payne had 12 of his 18 points and two steals, and Kris Silvas had four of his five steals in the second half for Cajon. The Cougars made just 8 of 23 shots, were outrebounded 13-8 and committed 13 of their 21 turnovers in the second half.  Cougars junior Tron Smith and freshman point guard Andre McGee had 19 points apiece, but McGee had only one second-half field goal and turned the ball over three times in the final three minutes. Cajon (1-0) -- Morris 39, Payne 18, Gasaway 2, Silvas 2, Porter 11, Clark 6, Lewis 2. Canyon Springs (4-2) -- Adams 2, Gaines 4, Smith 19, McGee 19, Arnwine 0, Woods 8, McRae 4, James 8. Halftime score -- Canyon Springs 34-26. Three-point goals -- Morris 4, Porter 2, Smith 3, McGee 3, James 2. Total fouls -- Cajon 16, Canyon Springs 23. Fouled out -- Smith, James. Technical fouls -- None.

Calvary Baptist 60, Calvary Chapel Redlands 42--Scott Smith led the way for the Cougars with 17 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Charles Andrews added 15 points, nine assists and seven steals as Calvary Baptist improves to 1-3.

Cerritos 43, Gahr 41--Senior forward Jason Hong scored 13 points to lead the Dons (3-2) over the Gladiators (2-4).  Senior guard Tim Austin scored 10 point and junior forward Jeff Brown scored 11 points.  Senior center Vincent Porter scored 10 points for Gahr.

Hemet 68, San Bernardino 62 --Sophomore guard Kyle Boyd led Hemet to victory with 19 points over San Bernardino in a non-league matchup. San Bernardino's Walter White was held to 13 points. San Bernardino -- Thomas 9, Phaxtor 5, Wans 2, Edmonds 21, White 13, Daniels 4, Stotts 2, Palmore 6. Hemet (4-2) -- Martinez 7, Post 11, Crane 15, Bersteeg 4, Boyd 19, Van Ackeren 2, Carreon 8, Reilly 2. Halftime score -- San Bernardino 34, Hemet 33. Three-point goals -- Phaxtor, Edmonds, White 2, Martinez, Crane, Boyd 3. Total fouls -- Hemet 18, San Bernardino 16. Fouled out -- Reilly, Thomas.

Indio 68, Brawley 58 --Earl Isaacson pumped in 19 points and Daniel Cruz finished with 18 to lead host Indio in a non-league game.  The Rajahs (4-2) took a 30-28 lead at halftime and held on. Isaacson also grabbed 15 points  Brawley -- Corral 9, Rivera 11, Motter 9, Benavides 1, Melendez 14, Wu 2, Lofton 12.  Indio (4-2) -- C. Perez 11, Martinez 9, Lopez 4, Nieto 3, Brown 2, Cruz 18, Isaacson 19, A. Perez 2. Halftime score -- Indio 30-28. Three-point goals -- Corral, Rivera 3, Motter, Melendez, C. Perez 3, Martinez, Cruz 2. Total fouls -- Brawley 17, Indio 20. Fouled out -- Corral, Melendez, Wu, Isaacson. Technical fouls -- Rivera.

La Puente 61, Mountain View 55 --Conrad Olvera scored 25 points for host La Puente (4-0), which overcame a 16-point second-half deficit.

Loara 76, Rancho Alamitos 55 --Bryce Sheldon had 17 points and seven assists and Del Dean had 15 points for visiting Loara (6-1). Will Jackson had 23 points for Rancho Alamitos.

Malibu 50, Whitney 46 --Jaime Ballesteros scored 19 points for visiting Malibu (1-3).  Whitney is 3-1.

Mater Dei 82,  Costa Mesa 44-- While Mater Dei (3-0) initially trailed 12-8 in the first quarter, Gary McKnight called a timeout and they quickly regrouped, eventually pounding the Mustangs into submission last night.  The Mustangs (3-2) led at various times breifly and only trailed by 4 with about 2 minutes before the half.   And despite a great shooting performance by Chad Vakili who finished with 21 points, the Monarchs were just too much.  Mater Dei was paced by Mike Strawberry and 6-9 sophomore center Chris Henry in the frontcourt, as well as frontcourt reserves D.J. Stawberry and Mike Jones.  The game also marked the return to action of Harrison Schaen, who has been hampered by a broken bone in his foot since July. Mike Strawberry finished with 19, Henry added 13, D.J. Strawberry 11 and Jones 10.  Schaen had 6 points in limited action.  Costa Mesa's David Conte, who has signed with Cal State LA, was bothered by foul trouble the entire game and didn't hit a shot from the field until midway through the third quarter, finishing with 6 points.  Mater Dei 14 20 25 23 - 82 Costa Mesa 14 10 11 9 - 44 Mater Dei - M. Strawberry 19, Washington 7, Henry 13, Nelson 8, Gerrity 2, D.J. Strawberry 11, Jones 10, Schaen 6, Markus 3, Pinner 2, Joyce 1. 3-pt. goals - Markus 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - Team 1. Costa Mesa - Vakili 21, Krikorian 9, Jaime 2, Clark 6, Conte 6, Strohman 0,
Millward 0, Ball 0, Rowe 0, Trinh 0, Kohara 0. 3-pt. goals - Vakili 3, Krikorian 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

Ocean View 75, Servite 44

Pacific (San Bernardino) 68, Moreno Valley 62 --Despite Shawn Nickelson's 4-4 from the three-point line performance, Moreno Valley fell short to San Bernardino Pacific in the non-league match-up. Anthony Bradley led Pacific with 24 points. Moreno Valley (3-2) -- Acevedo 10, Bundy 5, Barnett 9, Nickelson 12, Triego 4, Thomas 2, Nelson 3, Marshall 13, Dillon 2, Crawford 2. Pacific -- Spann 6, Flournoy 11, Easley 20, Bradley 24, McGee 2, Williams 2, Harris 3. Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 27, Pacific 25. Three-point goals -- Acevedo 2, Nickelson 4, Nelson, Bradly 4, Flournoy, Easly. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 15, Pacific 9. Fouled out -- none.

Renaissance Academy 58, Southwestern 45--Arron Clitheroe scored 33 points for Renaissance Academy of La Canada (5-0). Southwestern is 0-2.

Rolling Hills Prep 61, Chadwick 58 --Alex Elliott scored 22 points for visiting Rolling Hills Prep (5-0). Wes Putnam scored 19 for host Chadwick (2-1) in the loss.   The Huskies used a 22-11 fourth-quarter run to overtake host Chadwick. With five seconds remaining, Curtis Allen hit two free throws to secure the win for Rolling Hills Prep. Alex Elliott also had seven rebounds, and Wes Putnam had seven rebounds for Chadwick.

Rosemead 59, Duarte 45 --Mario Cobian had 19 points to lead Rosemead (3-3). Center Albert Cardona had 14 for the Panthers.

San Gorgonio 75, Palm Springs 45 --Khory Lewis scored 20 points to lead host San Gorgonio (5-0). Palm Springs is now 3-3. San Bernardino San Gorgonio jumped out to a 27-5 lead after the first quarter and rolled to a non-league victory.  Jacob Daigle added 14 for San Gorgonio.  Palm Springs (3-3) -- Rougery 14, Howard 13, Zafar 6, Spurgin 4, Berry 3, Whitted 2, Glenn 2, Thompson 1. San Gorgonio (5-0) -- Lewis 20, Daigle 14, Houston 12, Tyler 8, Carter 5, Robillard 4, Sherman 4, Winters 4, Brown 2, Leach 1, Edgington 1. Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 47-14. Three-point goals -- Howard, Lewis 3, Daigle 2, Houston, Carter, Robillard. Total fouls -- Palm Springs 14; San Gorgonio 9. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Santa Margarita 68, Long Beach Wilson 27 --Lenny Collins scored 16 points and Travis Smith added 10 points and seven assists to lead Santa Margarita (5-0).

Santiago (Corona) 76, Chaparral 68 --Deon Simpson scored 20 of his 32 points in the second half as Corona Santiago pulled away with a non-league victory. The Sharks intensified the defensive pressure in the second half, forced nine turnovers and took control for the win. Bryan LeDuc grabbed 16 rebounds for Santiago. Chaparral (3-3) -- Campbell 21, Craig 21, Chodola 6, Zeeb 5, Montano 8, Larsen 3, Vanderwouden 2, Scott 2. Santiago (4-2) -- Simpson 32, Coleman 15, LeDuc 4, Black 13, Cliett 12.  Halftime score -- Santiago 30-29. Three-point goals -- Larsen, Zeeb, Craig 3, Campbell 3, Simpson 4, Coleman 3, Black. Total fouls -- Chaparral 13, Santiago 13. Fouled out -- none.

Sonora 62, Foothill 47 --Sonora's  Travis Rogers had 14 points and seven steals and Randy Rogers had 10 points and seven assists in their first game after returning from football.  Jake Trejo had 14 points for the Raiders (2-3). Bangs had 15 points for Foothill (3-2).

Sunny Hills 67, Glenn 34 --Tony Gonzalez had 20 points and 11 rebounds for host Sunny Hills (5-1).

Valley Christian Santa Maria 66, Dunn 38--In a non league game Friday night Josh Mason led Valley with 21 points and Ricky Pacheco added 18. VCA is now 2-4.

Viewpoint 65, West Valley Christian 41 --Jon Murray had 17 points to lead host Viewpoint (4-2).

Windward 53, Trinity Lutheran 30 --Lance Jackson, Steven Leeb and Ethan Emerson each scored 10 points to lead Windward (4-2). Trinity Lutheran was led by Ivan Espinoza with 11 points.

CIF LA City Section Non- League  Game Scores, Friday, 12/07/01

Huntington Park 59, Reseda 56 --Huntington Park is 3-1, and Reseda is 2-1.

Verdugo Hills 72, Eagle Rock 52 --Luis Cortes had 18 points, 10 rebounds and six assists to lead host Verdugo Hills (2-4).

CIF-SS League Game Scores, Friday, 12/07/01

Westside League

Hillcrest Christian Thousand Oaks 55, Highland Hall 41--Hillcrest Christian improved to 1-0 in league and 1-2 overall in picking up the win at home. Brett Tattersall scored 16 points and Kyle Jansen contributed 12 points. HIGHLAND HALL (41) -- Burton 15, Sawczuk 10, Nudouf 10, Wesson 5. HILLCREST CHRISTIAN (55) -- Tattersall 16, Jansen 12, D. Brooks 9, Harrington 8, Spandario 7, Martinez 3, K. Brooks 1. Highland Hall 10 4 12 19--41   Hillcrest 12 17 12 14--55 3-Point goals -- Highland Hall 4 (Sawczuk 2, Nudouf 2), Hillcrest Christian 4 (Tattersall 3, D. Brooks 1). Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- Highland Hall 16, Hillcrest Christian 13.

 

Tournament Game Scores, Friday, 12/07/01

44th Annual Arroyo Tournament (Southern Section)


Beverly Hills Tournament (Southern Section)

Palisades 72, Daniel Murphy 68 --Justin Turman scored 32 for Daniel Murphy (2-1) in the loss.

Peninsula 75, Buena 52 --Kevin Gardner scored a game-high 30 points as Peninsula (6-1) advanced to the final, where it will face Palisades tonight at 7:30 p.m. Shawn Weinstein added 14 points.

Consolation

Cleveland 65, North Hollywood 42 --Nick Young scored 24 points and had 13 rebounds to lead Cleveland (3-1). North Hollywood (2-2) was led by DeAndre Lamar with 18 points and four steals.

Los Angeles 71, Hollywood 69 --Jonathan Rouzan scored 25 points for Hollywood   (2-2).

 


Canyon Country Canyon Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Chaminade 66, Canyon 57-- Chaminade was aided by two Canyon technical fouls midway through the fourth quarter, and beat the host Cowboys 66-57 in the Canyon tournament on Friday night. The Eagles capitalized on the Canyon mistakes by going on an 11-0 run to break a 44-44 tie in the final period. The win not only improved the Chaminade's record to 3-0, it also earned the Eagles a berth in tonight's championship game against Antelope Valley. Chaminade's Adrian Aye-Darko, Dion Cook and Marques Everett combined for 36 points. Chad Eichten scored 20 points for the Cowboys (5-2).   Chaminade:  Adrian Aye-Darko  13, Dion Cook 12, Marcus Everett 11, Todd 9, Link 6, Stewart 5, Hiraiwa 4, Jones 3, White 1.  Canyon--Chad Eichten 20, Jeremy Haggerty 10, Paul Shirly 11, Davidson 9, Watte 6, Wilkins 4, Ratcliff 3, Bennett 1.   Chaminade--10  25  5  26--66;  Canyon 10  16  14   17--57. Chaminade 3-0; Canyon 5-2.

Antelope Valley 89, Valencia 81 (OT)--Valencia battled back from an eight-point deficit to force overtime, but Eric Williams hit 4 of 6 free-throws in the extra period to send the Antelopes to the championship game.  Antelope Valley--Clay 19, Ollie Bradley 14, Eric Williams 12, Jon Holland 11, Taylor 10, Grillo 10, Adderly 56, Culver 4, Cannady 3. Valencia--Scott Domingo 19, Cyurtis Dunwoody 18, Mike Morales 12, Andrew Bruckner 11, Zike 9, Linebarger 4, Pina 3, Manzanio 3, Mancini 2.  AV--23  22  20   11   13--89; Valencia--23  19  13  21  5--81.   AV 6-2, Valencia 2-5.

Consolation

San Fernando 53, El Camino Real 50--Danny Rodriguez banked in a 28-foot 3-point shot as the buzzer sounded to give the Tigers the victory in a consolation game. After leading by 15 points at halftime and extending the lead to 20 in the third quarter, San Fernando (1-2) went cold. The Conquistadores of Woodland Hills (3-4) took advantage, going on a 29-7 run to take a short-lived two-point lead 46-44.  Rodriguez paced the Tigers with 16 points and Luis Valle had 14 for the Tigers. Junior Todd Wolfson and Matt Petros scored 21 and 18 points, respectively, for El Camino Real.  ECR--Todd Wolfson 21, Matt P:etros 18, Warren 5, Hunt 3, Colston 3.  SF:  Danny Rodriguez 16, Luis Valle, Jenkins 9, Perry 8, Camacho 4, Alapisco 2.  ECR--14  3  15   18--50;  SF--21  11  8  13--53.

Ribet Academy 80, Quartz Hill 55--Caleb Bassey scored 25 points to lead the Fighting Frogs of Los Angeles in a consolation semi-final. Ribet (80)--Bassey 25, Booker 16, Thomas 11, Gaines 9, Clark 6, Shead 8, Johnson 4, Fields 1,.  QH (55)--Mychael Williams 14, Tyler Stillwagen 12, Johnson 8, Galier 5, Dantzler 4, Harrell 6, Goodell 2, Mosely 2, Vickovic 2.  Ribet--19  25  20  16--80;  QH--13   12  13  17--55.  Records:  Ribet 6-1

 


Carpinteria Tournament (Southern Section)

Righetti 77, Carpinteria 55--Anthony Subido tossed in a game-high 21 points on Friday to lead Righetti High past host Carpinteria 77-55 on the second day of the Frank Carbajal Classic. Sophomore David Horton topped Carpinteria with 20 points and Nick Zemke added 17, thanks a quartet of 3-pointers. The hometown Warriors were playing without their top scorer, Ernie Lopez, who will miss 2-3 weeks with an ankle injury sustained on Thursday.  RIGHETTI --Del Rio 2, Paine 9, Niccoll 4, Subido 21, Alvarez 10, Ortiz 8, Knowlsen 8, Pereyra 6, Ramos 9. Totals 27 16-22 77. CARPINTERIA -- Dudley 4, Zemke 17, Lopez 2, Zoldos 4, Horton 20, Hildebrand 2, Lamar 6. Totals 15 21-30 55. Righetti . . . 18 18 17 24 -- 77 Carpinteria . . . 14 11 12 18 -- 55 3-point goals--R 7 (Subido 2, Alvarez 2, Ortiz, Knowlsen, Ramos), C 4 (Zemke 4). Total fouls--R 28, C 14. Fouled out--None. Technicals--None.

Lakewood 59, Buchannan (Fresno) 49--Senior guard Tyrell McLaurin scored 14 points and senior forward John Wegner had 12 points and 12 rebounds as the Lancers (6-0) won a pool-play game at Carpinteria High.

 


Cerritos Valley Christian Tournament
Pool Play

Brentwood 45, Cantwell Sacred Heart 22 --Brandon Turner scored 19 points and had eight rebounds to lead Brentwood (3-1).

Norwalk 74, Mary Star 62 --Jeff Fiamengo scored 15 points and Jeff Schwartz added 12 in the loss for Mary Star, which fell behind, 44-23, at halftime. Mario Navarro added 10 points for Mary Star (1-2).

 


Desert Cities Winter Classic (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Temescal Canyon 55, Palm Desert 52 --Josh Garrett, who had a game-high 14 points, gave Temescal Canyon the victory with a basket at the buzzer. Marty Wing had 13 points and 11 rebounds for Temescal Canyon. For the Aztecs, Chase McQuillen led the way with 18 points. Donald Brady put in 14 and Josh Zazulia finished with eight points. Zazulia also pulled down 12 boards. Temescal Canyon, which won the tournament last year, will play in the championship game at 5:30 at Palm Desert High. The two teams combined for 21 three pointers. Temescal Canyon (3-1) -- Wing 13, Garrett 14, Twamley 10, Peterson 2, Ellenwood 6, Teggy 8, Corral 2. Palm Desert (3-1) -- Zazulia 10, McQuirren 16, Watkins 2, Brady 14, Bohm 6, Sator 4.  Halftime score -- Palm Desert 30-22. Three-point goals -- Garrett 4, Wing 2, Twamley 2, Ellenwood, Teggy 2, Zazulia 2, McQuirren 4, Brady 4. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 11; Palm Desert 8. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Eisenhower 87, Cathedral City 49--Cathedral City had a rough outing during its Desert City Classic game against Eisenhower. The Lions were outscored 49-21 in the second half and wound up on the wrong end of an 87-49 loss. The Eagles were led by Corey McJimson as he poured in 31 points.  Brandon Gray led Cathedral City with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Eisenhower advances to the championship against Temescal Canyon.  McJimson added 15 rebounds as Rialto Eisenhower breezed into today's Desert Cities Tournament championship against Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon. Anthony Jones had 8 points and 11 rebounds and Johnny Dukes added 12. The Eagles have won their first three tournament games by an average of 42 points. Eisenhower (4-0) -- Nelson 10, Shields 9, McJimson 31, Marshall 6, Dukes 12, Jones 8, Hawkins 3, Masengale 3, Webster 5. Cathedral City (4-2) -- Holmes 3, Aguinaldo 6, Simerson 7, Lee 1, Green 7, Oglesby 1, Brown 2, Otteson 6, Grey 10, Shewmake 6. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 38-28. Three-point goals -- Nelson, Shields, Webster, Masengale, Dukes, Hawkins, Aguinaldo, Simerson, Green. Total fouls -- Eisenhower 19, Cathedral City 12. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Redlands East Valley 85, JW North 82 (OT)--Senior 6-1 forward Jeff Kelley hit a three-pointer to tie the game in regulation and Redlands East Valley went on to defeat J.W. North 85-82 in overtime in the third-round of pool play in the Desert Cities Classic. Senior 6-0 center Steve Cook scored 13 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and six blocks for the Wildcats (4-3), who overcame a 14-point deficit in the third quarter.In overtime, Redlands East Valley was 4 for 6 from the three-point line.North -- Mosley 4, Betancur 3, Mendoza 3, Ascerado 6, Stewart 18, Esquivel 25, Ruffy 6, Martinez 17. Redlands East Valley (4-3) -- Dowdy 22, Cooke 13, Smith 7, Sutherland 7, Cabuhat 3, Wallace 21, Kelley 6, Cowles 2, Dyk 4. Halftime score -- North 32-27. End of Regulation 75-75. Three-point goals -- Mosley, Esquivel, Dowdy 2, Sutherland, Cabuhat, Wallace, Kelley 2. Total fouls -- North 23; Redlands East Valley 18. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Colton 70, Beaumont 40 --Colton took a 19-4 first quarter-lead then cruised to a victory in the third round of the Desert Cities Tournament in Cathedral City. Abraham Robbins scored all of his five points in the first quarter to lead the Yellowjackets.  Beaumont -- Reinbolz 3, James 12, Alsiana 12, Koumparis 11, Hackey 2.   Colton (3-4) -- Robbin 5, Evans 15, Sorenson 9, Farquharson 11, Haskins 12, Celestin 6, Wilcox 12. Halftime score -- Colton 26-15. Three-point goals -- Reinbolz, Koumparis 2, Robbin, Evans, Sorenson, Haskins. Total fouls -- Beaumont 18, Colton 19. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Beaumont bench.

 


El Capitan Tournament (San Diego Section)

Murrieta Valley 72, Poway 70 --Ike Williams made a free throw with 14 seconds left for the game's final points as Murrieta Valley won at the EL Capitan Tournament. R.J. Hall had a chance to win the game for Poway but missed a three-point field goal. Murrieta Valley Cameron Porter rebounded Hall's miss as time expired. Murrieta Valley (3-2) -- Parks 6, Kenney 8, Williams 9, Ricks 23, Clugston 10, Shoup 14, Porter 2. Poway (3-2) -- Merrick 4, Heer 13, Hall 14, Wiggins 22, Jerguson 4, Wealch 2, Sollivan 7, Stock 4.  Halftime score -- Murrieta Valley 33-32. Three-point goals -- Heer, Hall, Parks 2, Williams, Ricks 2. Total fouls -- Murrieta Valley 21, Poway 22. Fouled out -- Heer.

 


El Rancho "Blue Pride" Tournament   (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Bosco Tech 72, Gabrielino 57 --Jake Martinez had 13 points and Jack Bautista had 12 points for Bosco Tech (4-1). Jim Lim had 16 points for Gabrielino(3-2) in a game that featured 56 fouls. The Tigers win was a physical game that featured 56 fouls and five technical fouls. Bosco Tech was called for three of the technicals while Gabrielino's coach was ejected in the second half. Senior forward Jake Martinez led the Tigers with 13 points and teammate Jack Bautista had 12. Gabrielino, which was led by Jim Lim's 16 points, scored 29 of its 57 points from the free-throw line.

Consolation

Sierra Vista 47, El Monte 44 --Jose Beltran scored 24 for Sierra Vista (2-1). El Monte is 1-4.  Jesse Mejia's only basket of the night proved pivotal, a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that propelled Sierra Vista High School to a 47-44 overtime victory over El Monte in consolation pool-play action of the El Rancho Boys Basketball Tournament on Friday night. Mejia's basket, a 20-footer from the baseline, came off a quick skip pass that exploited El Monte's zone defense, which was slow to collapse. Senior forward Shing Hang scored nine of his team-high 19 points in a fourth-quarter rally that saw the Lions erase a 16-point deficit to force the extra session, but overall shoddy free-throw shooting proved critical.  A free throw that would have won it for El Monte late in regulation was missed, then another Lion missed the front end of a 1-and-1 with 14 seconds left in overtime. 

 


El Segundo Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

El Segundo 57, Elsinore 54 --The El Segundo boys basketball team advanced to the final of the El Segundo Tournament with a 57-54 victory over Lake Elsinore Friday night, but the win came with a steep price.  Dashawn Strong, who finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds, was ejected early in third quarter for a flagrant foul. He will miss the final against Loyola today in El Segundo at 7:30 p.m.  Jeramie Hopson led El Segundo (7-0) with 18 points and 11 rebounds, Mike McCullough added 13, including three clutch 3-point baskets and eight assists. Lake Elsinore is 4-1. Elsinore was able to pull within two points with under a minute left and Travon Keahey missed a three-pointer at the buzzer in the semifinals of the El Segundo Tournament. Elsinore will play in the third place game today 6 p.m. Ralph Wolter had nine rebounds for Elsinore.  Elsinore (3-1) -- Keahey 12, Green 5, Strausheim 8, Weaks 10, Cirillo 8, Wolter 11.  El Segundo (7-0) -- McClough 13, Cryan 1, Gomez 6, Strong 17, Hopson 18, Urrutia 2. Halftime score -- El Segundo 31-24. Three-point goals -- Keahey 2, Green, Strausheim 2, Cirillo 2, Wolter, McCulough 3, Gomez 2, Hopson 4. Total fouls -- Elsinore 16; El Segundo 10. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Strong.

Loyola 71, Price 52 --Omar Wilkes scored 18 points for Loyola (6-0). Price is 6-1.Derrick Williams scored 19 points in the loss for Price. Darren Morrison had 9 points and 4 assists. Price got behind early and never really recovered. The first quarter score was Loyola 25 Price 8 and Price missed 22 free throws in the game making only 11 of 33.

Consolation

Mira Costa 56, West Torrance 45 --Greg Geier had 12 points and Mira Costa (3-4) took a 40-22 halftime lead over West (2-5). West's leading scorers, DeWayne Hollyfield and Brad Dolick , were held to 12 and seven points, respectively. Daniel Williams scored nine points, all in the first half, for Mira Costa.

Santa Monica 64, Torrance 62 --Brett DeAngelis scored 24 points including the game-winner at the buzzer to lift Santa Monica (2-1), which overcame a 24-point deficit.   Torrance had a 15-point lead entering the fourth quarter, but Santa Monica shot 8-of-9 from the field in a 27-point fourth quarter. Dustin May had 14 points, Scott Atkins added 12, and Marshawn Williams finished with 12 points, eight assist and six steals for Torrance. Santa Monica is 2-1.

St. Monica 53, Pacifica 50 --Brandon Cruz and Hampton Nunley had 18 points apiece for St. Monica. Brandon Harper had 12 points and five rebounds for Pacifica (2-5).

Narbonne 84, Salesian 41

Leuzinger 61, St. Bernard 43--Donnell and Dorell Wright scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, in the third-round consolation semifinal victory. Leuzinger is 3-4.

San Pedro 53, Kennedy 43--Roko Grbic and Joe Guastella each scored 14 points and made four 3-point shots for San Pedro (2-2) in the 13th-place game. Ryan Johnson contributed 13 points as San Pedro had a total of 11 three-pointers in the game. San Pedro (2-2) made 11 of 17 three-point shots in the victory.

 


Fillmore Tournament (Southern Section)

Consolation

Mojave 63, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 59 --Jason Haddad made a school-record nine three-pointers and finished with 32 points for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (1-2). GHHC:  Jason Haddad 32, Rigney 6, Jonathan Oronoz 11, 6 rebs, 5 assists, Newham 1, Florez 3, Martino 6, 8 rebounds.  Mojave Cox 16, Stevenson 14, Rice 2, Foster 17, Troche 5, Blackwell 2, Avon 7.  HC: 17  8  18   15--59;  Mojave:  16  25  13  9--63.  Record:   HCGH--1-2.

St. Bonaventure 71, Village Christian 55 --Scott Cummings had 23 points and 11 rebounds to lead St. Bonaventure (2-1).VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (55) -- Briggs 4, Wendler 7, Long 2, Pena 8, Lagasse 20, Barret 10, Wallen 4. St. BONAVENTURE (71) -- Hertel 14, Bullock 2, Barnard 9, Araiza 2, Dolinar 7, Cummings 23, Giddings 2, Ragen 10, Spangler 2. Village Christian 16 19 8  12--55 St. Bonaventure 17 19 21 14--71 3-Point goals -- Village Christian 4 (Lagasse 2, Barret 1, Wallen 1), St. Bonaventure 4 (Hertel 2, Ragen 2). Fouled out -- Hertel. Rebounds -- St. Bonaventure 43 (Cummings 11). Assists -- St. Bonaventure 24 (Hertel 4).

Fillmore 41, L.A. Baptist 36 -- L.A. Baptist (0-3) -- Nicholson 12, Rice 6, Walker 4, Abbott 4, Svendsen 4, Snodgrass 3, MacIntyre 3. Fillmore (4-1) -- Ferrer 9, Handly 8, Fore 6, Edwards 6, Ruiz 4, Avila 4, McCary 3, DeLaPiedra 2.  L.A. Baptist   02 02 08 24--36  Fillmore 17 11 06 07 --41 3-Point goals -- Fillmore 2 (Edwards, Ferrer). Rebounds -- LA Baptist 22, Fillmore 34 (Ferrer 7, Handly 7). Assists -- Fillmore (Fore 7). Blocks -- Fillmore (Handly 5). Total fouls -- LA Baptist 8, Fillmore 22.

Santa Paula 57, Nordhoff 45-- Nordhoff (45) -- Nylander 20, Swift 12, Mele 7, Brubaker 2, Stroup 2, Rothermel 2.  Santa Paula (57) -- Lopez 22, Mendez 11, Rico 7, Mata 6, Bracamontes 6, Ramirez 3, Barrios 2. Nordhoff 13 19 5 8--45 Santa Paula 10 20 14 13--57 Fouled out -- None. Rebounds -- Santa Paula (Lopez 10). Assists -- Santa Paula (Bracamontes 3).

 


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


 

Fullerton Darren Oliver Tournament   (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Semifinals

Ontario 67, La Serna 56--Marcus Mack, Dan Nobles and David Dunn all scored in double figures as the Jaguars (3-0) remained undefeated. Mack led Ontario in scoring with 19 points, Nobles was the top rebounder with 13 boards and Dunn added 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Consolation

Fullerton 69, California 47 --Giovany Villalba had 20 points for Fullerton (5-0).

Hoover 65, Magnolia 52 --Chris Rivera scored 19 points and Armen Baghdasarian had six assists to lead Hoover (3-4).  Magnolia--RJ Weston 27,  Dennis Smith 12, Yu 6, "Garcia 4, Rosales 3.   Hoover--Chris Rivera 19, Haik Stepanyan 14, Alan Karamalian 12, Armen baghdassarian 10, Oursalian 3, Perez 3, Abernathy 2, Mingleton 2.  Magnolia --13  17  7  15--52;  Hoover --17  15  16   17--65.  Records:  Hoover 3-4.

 


Glendora Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Downey Calvary Chapel 85, Baldwin Park 66--Sophomore guard Ralph Miley scored 22 points and senior point guard Timothy Drisdom scored 16 points as the Crusaders improved to 3-0 with a win over the Braves (0-4) at Glendora.  Kris Lewis scored 24 points and Geary Thompson added 22 for Baldwin Park (0-4).

Glendora 74, Saugus 61--Larry Monroe had 26 points and Spencer Foster added 24 to lead Glendora (4-0). Glendora overcame a four-point first-quarter deficit with a 24-3 second-quarter run, clinching a 74-61 victory over Saugus in the semifinal of their Cage Classic Tournament. Michael Mehanna added 12.

 


Hesperia Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Hesperia Christian 65, Upland Christian 55 --Sophomore guard Josh Hamilton scored 19 points and had seven rebounds to lead Hesperia Christian (3-1).  HCS outscored Upland 34-17 in the second half. The Patriots were led by sophmore guard Josh Hamilton, who came off the bench to score 19 points and get 7 rebounds. Junior shooting guard Bryan Glass finished with 15 and 8 rebounds, hitting 3 three pointers.  Junior center Nate Patterson had 12 points and 9 rebounds for HCS.  Jake Garcia of Upland Christian led all scorers with 25 points while DJ Morgan had 11 points and Nick Roberts had 12 points.  Nick Roberds chipped in 12 points and nine boards, and D.J. Morgan added 11. Upland Christian plays Bloomington Christian in the third-place game today at 4:30 p.m.

Apple Valley Christian 79, Bloomington Christian 24--Josh Dillon had 24 points to lead Apple Valley Christian (4-0).His brother, 6-1 junior forward Kevin Dillon had 16 as the Warriors (4-0) defeated the Ravens (1-1) in the semifinal round of the Hesperia Christian Tournament. Josh Dillon also had four steals and four assists, while Kevin Dillon had eight rebounds, six steals and four assists. Junior 5-10 guard Tim Langle hit three three-pointers en route to 11 points for Apple Valley Christian, which will play Hesperia Christian in the title game at 7:30 p.m today. Apple Valley Christian (5-0) -- Manhal 12, K.Dillon 16, Nunes 4, J.Dillon 20, Langle 11, Vanlack 12, Gutierrez 4. Bloomington Christian (1-1) -- Jodan 5, Mendoza 0, Ziegler 5, Jones 3, Hawkins 9, Brown 2. Halftime score -- Apple Valley 44, Bloomington 13. Three-point goals -- Manhal, K.Dillon 2, J.Dillon, Langle 3, Hawkins. Total fouls -- Bloomington 14, Apple Valley 11. Fouled out -- none.


Joshua Springs Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Joshua Springs 79, Lake Arrowhead Christian 35 --Nathan Rynning (CQ) scored 22 points for Joshua Springs (3-0). Lake Arrowhead (1-2) -- Moody 10, Conedy 14, Risden 0, Kinsley 0, Netherland 0, McCollister 10, Adame 1. Joshua Springs (3-0) -- Rynning 22, Conner 16, Wagner 10, Hegerman 9, Peterson 2, Woodbury 4, Masaniai 3, Giffith 4, Halicki 7, Jackson 2. Halftime score -- Joshua Springs 38, Lake Arrowhead 5. Three-point goals -- Moody 2, McCollister 3, Conedy 2, Wagner 1, Rynning. Total fouls -- Joshua Springs 12, Lake Arrowhead 8. Fouled out -- none.

Desert Chapel 52, Palm Valley 32-- Reed Ritchie poured in 17 points and Nathan Law put in 14 of his own. Ritchie also finished with seven rebounds, five steals, and made three 3-pointers.  Nine different Eagles players scored in the victory.

Consolation

West Shores 62, Owens Valley 53

Cornerstone Christian 60, Pacific Christian 45


 

La Jolla Country Day Tournament (San Diego Section)
Pool Play

St. Margaret's 57, Imperial 52 --Paul Janczyk had 23 points to lead St. Margaret's (1-3).

Linfield 58, Calvin Christian 55 (OT) --Justin LaFranco and Zach Wold each scored five points in overtime as Temecula Linfield rallied for a victory in the third round of pool play at the La Jolla Country Day Tournament. The Linfield boys basketball team has just eight players,  including just one senior on its roster. That, however, has not stopped the Lions from starting the season with a 4-1 record. The Lions led throughout, but Calvin Christian managed to tie the game in the waning moments. Freshman guard Chuck Wilson led Linfield with 21 points while freshman forward Zach Wold finished with 18. Sophomore Justin LoFranco chipped in eight points in the win. Linfield continues tournament play at 2:30 p.m. today. Calvin Christian -- Prims 19, T. Bakker 3, Roberts 6, Tam 8, Sluyter 4, M. Bakker 7, Donovan 8. Linfield (4-1) -- Wilson 21, Rodriguez 6, LaFranco 8, Wold 18, Beckman 3, Bates 2. Halftime score -- Linfield 23-18. End of Regulation -- 47-47. Three-point goals -- Prims 3, T. Bakker, Roberts. Total fouls -- Calvin Christian 23, Linfield 17. Fouled out -- Prims, Tam, Sluyter, Rodriguez. Technical Fouls -- Wilson.


 

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

Edison 66, Irvine University 58 --Beau Roquemore scored 22 points, including four three-pointers, and was six-for-six from the line to lead Edison (4-1). Edison plays Santa Ana Valley at 6:30 Saturday for the championship.

Santa Ana Valley 46, Huntington Beach 32 --David Werdel had 15 points, including three 3-pointers, 10 rebounds and four steals to lead Santa Ana Valley (5-1).

Consolation

Orange Lutheran 48, Irvine 46 --Nathan Klitzing had 15 points to lead Orange Lutheran (3-2). Brandon Zoelner had 16 points to lead Irvine (1-3), which missed three opportunities to tie the game at the end of regulation.

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 53, Century 33 --Steve Olivias had 15 points to lead Calvary Chapel (3-4)

 


Los Alamitos Tournament (Southern Section)

Third Round Pool Play

Mayfair 75, Los Alamitos 67 --Senior guard Matt McCraw scored 18 points and Brian Thomas had 16 as the Monsoons improved to 3-0 with a win over the host Griffins in the third round of pool play.

Muir 74, Verbum Dei 63 --Patrick Fuller had 15 points, six rebounds and three steals for Muir (5-0).  Ryan Hollins led a well-balanced attack with 16 points, and Owen Duckworth had 15.

Long Beach Millikan 63, Bellflower 53 --Marcus Dove scored 25 points to lead Long Beach Millikan (4-3). Michael Hubbard scored 22 points for Bellflower (1-3).

North Torrance 57, South Gate 48 -- Jarrod Carroll had a team-high 13 points in the win for North (1-2) in the third round of pool play.

 


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

Riverside ML King 79, El Toro 73 --Leon Rosborough scored 28 points and Marvin Lea added 16 point and 10 assists for King (4-0).King will play Newport Harbor tonight at 7:30 in the championship.  King (4-0) -- Lea 16, Goodman 2, Thomas 9, Hilt 7, Goss 12, Harris 3, Rosborough 28. El Toro (4-1) -- Aguirre 2, Johnson 4, Best 17, Carney 23, Tentz 16, Danson 6, Brown 3. Halftime score -- King 37-30. Three-point goals -- Johnson, Best, Carney 3, Danson, Rosborough 3. Total fouls -- King 22; El Toro 22. Fouled out -- Best, Tentz. Technical fouls -- None.

Upland 64, Agoura 61 --Kevin Cornwell had 14 points, 10 rebounds and six steals to lead Agoura (3-3).  Upland (64)--Hatter 13, Martin 14, Hollands 16, Burrell 2, Rosen 7, Mason 2, Coleman 4, Lee 6,.  Agoura (61)--Kevin Cornwell 14, Steve Keglevic 14, Riccio 7, DeSimone 4, Reiss 9, Capretta 6, Nelson 5, BValadi 2.  Upland--10   21  17  16--64;  Agoura 9  18  15  19--61.   Records--Upland 5-1;  Agoura 3-3.

Temecula Valley 66, West Valley 37-- Temecula Valley (6-4) -- Segismar 2, Menancio 6, Hodge 9, Combs 9, Green 18, Joshway 4, Vincent 1, Hassen 2, Shepherd 9, Barnes 2, Bomar 4.  West Valley -- Hope 3, Nezarez 2, Williams 7, Lebaron 14, Martinez 1, Rodriguez 6, Stock 4. Halftime score -- Temecula Valley 13-12. Three-point goals -- Green, Combs, Shepherd 3, Williams, Lebaron 3, Rodriguez. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 18; West Valley 16. Fouled out -- Combs. Technical fouls -- None.

 


Pasadena Poly Tournament (Southern Section)
Semifinals

Oaks Christian 61, Oakwood 27-- The Lions of Westlake Village (4-0) defeated Oakwood (1-4) in the semi-final game. Oaks Christian jumped out to an 18-5 first-quarter lead on the hot shooting of guard Arron Cline, who hit 3 of 4 3-point shots and finished with 12 points. Stan Musgrave and Derek Fetty led the Gorillas of North Hollywood with eight points.  Oakwood had no scorers in double figures.  Oaks Christian:   Scott Freeman 12, Adedissian 2, Denham 4, Guilliani 3, Aaron Cline 12, Cheatwood 5, Ombuckle 9, Cl Adams 6, S Adams 8.   Oakwood:  Zagha 3, Mintz 3, Musgrave 8, Jones 5, Fetty 8.  Oaks Chrisitian  18  19  14  10--61;   Oakwood:  5  11  6  5--27.   Records:  Oaks Christian 4-1;  Oakwood 2-2.  3-Point goals -- Oaks Christian 7 (Guilliani 1, Cline 4, Cheatwood 1, Hornbuckle 1). Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- Oaks Christian 16, Oakwood 17.

Consolation

La Salle 76, San Marino 33 --Jeremiah DeLeon and Anthony Napolitano each had 11 points for La Salle (4-3). San Marino is 0-7.

South Pasadena 61, Faith Baptist 37--The host Tigers (2-2) used an 18-4 second-half run to put away the Contenders of Canoga Park (0-2) in a consolation semi-final game. Johnny Case scored in 14 points to lead Faith Baptist. Teammates Ramsey Zahr and Areg Ohanian each scored seven points and had eight rebounds.

 


Riverside Poly-Ramona Kiwanis Tournament
Consolation

La Quinta 45, Rubidoux 43 --Paul St. Angelo and Jerry Lopez each scored 10 points to lead La Quinta (2-5).  Billy Mathews pulled down 10 rebounds. 

Norco 63, Rancho Cucamonga 62(OT) --Trailing by one point, Adam McDowell hit a two-foot bank shot to give Norco (4-1) the victory. Jeremy Black led the Cougars with 21 points and McDowell finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Running a designed play, Sophomore forward Adam McDowell was able to back his way under the basket and convert a layup with three seconds left to clinch the victory for Norco in this third round matchup in the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament.  Norco (4-1) -- Black 21, Cuadra 8, Knight 4, Ogunyoku 9, McDowell 15, Waterbury 2, Graves 4,. Rancho Cucamonga -- Vasquez 0, Ford 19, J. Hamilton 4, Steinmetz 12, M. Hamilton 8, Bond 5, Acuna 3, Berry 5, Brown 2, Washington 1, Marks 3. Halftime score -- Rancho 36-24. End of Regulation score -- 57-57 Three-point goals -- Black 3, Cuadra 2, Bond, Ford 3, Acuna. Total fouls -- Norco 23, Rancho 19. Fouled out -- J. Hamilton.

Apple Valley 68, Redlands 57--Senior guard Jamal Holden scored 27 points including two three-pointers and grabbed six rebounds for the Sun Devils (6-1) as they defeated the Terriers (1-2) in a consolation semifinal game at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Junior 6-0 forward Jimmy Bailey scored 15 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for Apple Valley, who led by only one point with less than two minutes remaining and were able to hang on for the victory. After a missed shot by Redlands senior Steve Parsha, Apple Valley's Darrel Sipes made a jump shot and on the ensuing toss in, made a steal and scored a layup to give the Sun Devils a four-point lead. Apple Valley outscored the Terriers 17-8 in the fourth quarter.Apple Valley outscored Redlands 8-0 in the final two minutes in a loss in the third round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament at Riverside Ramona High.Apple Valley -- Harros 2, Holden 27, Logan 8, Sipes 4, Bailey 15, Murray 10.   Redlands (1-2) -- Alsobrooks 7, Parsha 5, Geary 6, Rogers 18, Gilbert 2, Paxman 2, Audi 2, Earl 15. Halftime score -- Apple Valley 34-29. Three-point goals -- Holden 2, Alsobrooks, Parsha, Rogers. Total fouls -- Apple Valley 13; Redlands 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

Trabuco Hills 62, Jurupa Valley 44 --Trabuco Hills used a 25-5 run midway through the second quarter to take control en route to a championship semifinal victory at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Trabuco Hills (4-0) -- Tudor 26, Cupper 12, Clement 4, Baggeny 8, Borland 2, Wooden 9, Mee 1. Jurupa Valley (4-3) -- Wright 16, Frias 10, West 4, Zucca 6, Belangeri 8. Halftime score -- Trabuco Hills 31-22. Three-point goals -- Tudor 3, Frias. Total fouls -- Trabuco Hills 12, Jurupa Valley 20. Fouled out -- none.

Arlington 66, Ramona 34 --Senior forward Rafael Simon scored 14 of his 17 points in the first half to lead Riverside Arlington to victory in the third round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournment. Arlington (3-2) -- McGhee 7, Burge 4, Holguin 9, Orduno 9, Melancon 0, Simon 17, Arellano 3, Adriannse 2, Acosta 7, Thomas 3, Garner 3, Hough 2. Ramona -- Lewis 10, Hill 2, Hooper 7, White 4, Valentine 5, Jones 4, Johnson 2. Halftime score -- Arlington 42-16. Three-point goals -- Simon 3, Acosta, Orduno, Lewis 2. Total fouls -- Arlington 15, Ramona 16. Fouled out -- McGhee.

Paloma Valley 40, Coachella Valley 35 --Cory Bridwell scored nine fourth-quarter points to lead Menifee Paloma Valley in the third round of the Kiwanas Tournament at Riverside Poly. Paloma Valley outscored Coachella Valley, 16-6, in the fourth quarter.  Paloma Valley (1-5) -- Bridwell 13, Madore 5, Alvarado 2, Damon 10, Nobbe 8, Summerville 2. Coachella Valley -- Aguirre 3, Limon 7, Carlton 4, Uriarte 2, Castro 2, Garcia 4, Huerta 4, Garcia 3, Ramos 8. Halftime score -- Coachella Valley 20-17. Three-point goals -- Bridwell Limon 2, Aguirre, Madore, Garcia, Garcia. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 9, Coachella Valley 15. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.

 


Sacramento (Carmichael) Jesuit Tournament (Sac Joaquin Section)

Centennial 55, Sacramento Christian Brothers 54 (OT)--Sophomore guard Gabriel Pruitt hit the winning shot with one second left in overtime to help the Apaches (2-0) defeat the Falcons in a second-round game at Jesuit High in Sacramento.  Centennial only scored two points in the overtime period but thanks to its defense, it only allowed Christian Brothers to score one.  Senior forward Sterling Byrd led Centennial with 18 points while sophomore guard Aaron Afflalo also had 17.  The Apaches will play tournament host Jesuit tonight at 6:30 p.m. for the
tournament championship.

 


San Dimas-Bonita Tournament (Southern Section)

Third Place

Diamond Ranch 69, Claremont 63--Richard Coombs scored 19 points and Brent Humphrey added 15 to lead Diamond Ranch (3-1) over Claremont. Delano Grey and Evan Flagg added nine points each for the Panthers, who took a 37-25 halftime lead after outscoring Claremont 24-10 in the first quarter. The Panthers raced to a 14-point lead after one quarter against a revamped Wolfpack starting five, then held on to claim third place The Panthers were 9 of 9 at the free-throw line in the final quarter. Cameron Munoz scored 18 points to pace Claremont. Perrin Johnson had 12 points and Shaddean Aaron added 10.

Fifth place

San Dimas 56, Charter Oak 36 --Ryan Gunderson had 17 points to lead San Dimas (3-1).Gunderson hit five 3-pointers for the Saints. Teammate Antouan Mesropian added a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Marshall Jex was Charter Oak's high scorer with nine points. San Dimas led by just three points after the first quarter, but blew the game open in the second with a 14-6 run.

Seventh place

Bonita 61, Northview 44--Mark Wyrick scored 12 points and Mike Calrk added 11 points to lead Bonita. Nick Cannon added 11 points in the win for the Bearcats, who next play at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Azusa Tournament against Covina Charter Oak.

Ninth Place

Damien 62, Garey 59 --Trailing by 16 points midway through the third quarter, Garey used a 23-point fourth quarter to pull within three, but it wasn't enough as Damien held on for a 62-59 victory over Garey for ninth place Friday in the San Dimas Tournament. Jevon Davis scored nine points in the final quarter for Garey, which trailed 36-26 at halftime. Zach Phillips scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Ryan Mercardo added 15 points, seven in the fourth quarter, for Damien (2-2). Osar Rasshan scored 19 points to pace Garey. Jevon Davis had all nine of his points in the fourth quarter during the comeback.

Eleventh place

Don Lugo 69, Bonita JV 39--Richard Synder led the way for the Conquistadores (1-5) with 17 points. Teammate Mike Guzik contributed 10 points and seven assists.

 


Sanger Tournament (Central Section)
Semifinals

Victor Valley 95, Visilia Mt. Whitney 67--DeJesus Brown scored 20 points for Victor Valley (6-1).  Four Jackrabbits scored in double figures, led by Brown's 20.The Jackrabbits (6-1) outscored Mt. Whitney 30-15 in the second quarter and never looked back. They will play Sanger for the title Saturday night at 5:30 p.m.

 


Santa Cruz Tournament ( Central Coast Section)

 


Silver Valley Tournament (Southern Section)
Consolation Championship

Big Bear 54, Silver Valley 39 --Matt Cavanaugh had 17 points to lead Big Bear (1-1).

Consolation

Twentynine Palms 81, Boulder City (NV) 46 --Layton Matthews had 26 points and 10 rebounds for Twentynine Palms (1-1).Junior Dynomite Matthews scored 26 points to lead the Wildcats in a rout of Boulder City (Nev.) in the third round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. Matthews, a 6-3 forward, had an all-around game, grabbing 10 rebounds while making four steals and dishing out five assists. Senior 6-6 center Jon Cooley added 12 points and six rebounds. Twentynine Palms (1-1) -- Randle 6, Barraza 2, Hester 9, Barela 2, O'gilvie 2, Johnson 2, Cooley 12, Coghill 6, Matthews 26, Prichard 3, Cromwell 11.   Boulder City (0-2) -- Hernandez 7, Peepen 8, C. Stemmer 2, Drazin 2, Carlson 4, Berrow 5, S. Stemmer 2, Reese 1, Bell 7, Hower 5, Fisher 3.  Halftime score -- Twentynine Palms 41-24. Three-point goals -- Hester 2, Cromwell 2, Hernandez, Berrow, Hower. Total fouls -- Twentynine Palms 11, Boulder City 13. Fouled out -- none.

 


Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament (Southern Section)

Semifinals

Santa Barbara 65, Newbury Park 47 --Rudy Flores and Chris Randall scored 15 points each in the Panthers' semifinal loss. Newbury Park (6-2) plays for third place Saturday. Santa Barbara advanced to the championship game of the Thousand Oaks Tournament against Harvard-Westlake, which beat Oxnard 58-55. The Dons, 4-1, were led by Santiago Aguirre who had 20 points, five rebounds, four assists and a steal and Dante DeRose who added 13 points, three steals and three assists. Michael Fisher had six points and nine boards and held Newbury Park's leading scorer to only 15 points.

Harvard-Westlake 60, Oxnard 55-- Bryce Taylor led the scoring for Harvard-Westlake with 16 points. Oxnard fell to 5-2 and will have to settle for third place against Newbury Park as the Wolverines advanced to the championship.  Lee Abair led Oxnard with 22 points, but it wasn't enough. Oxnard (55) -- Gibson 3, Thrower 8, Olmos 6, Ellis 4, Patterson 10, Davis 2, Abair 22. Harvard-Westlake (60) -- White 14, Weinstein 9, Taylor 16, Harris 8, Weinburger 2, Woolridge 2, Chung 5, Wizenburg 4. Oxnard 14 14 15 12--55  Harvard-Westlake 14 16 13 17--60 3-Point goals -- Oxnard 2 (Olmos 2). Harvard-Westlake 5 (White 4, Taylor). Fouled out -- Oxnard (Thrower).

Consolation

San Marcos 91, Grant 73--Drew Spaventa led a balanced scoring attack with 16 points as the Royals overcame a 38-point effort by Gino Riney to win at the Thousand Oaks Tournament. San Marcos, 3-3, will meet Poly High in the ninth-place game today at 3 p.m. Seamus McKiernan added 15 points for the Royals, who led 54-27 after a pair of 27-point quarters, and Asher Kupperman added 14.  Forward Steve Hill, who had eight points, three rebounds and three assists. Gilbert Arenas scored 73 points in the loss for Grant.....just kidding. That was to see if anyone was paying attention.  Actually Gino Riney had a spectacular performance, scoring 38 points for Grant in the loss.

Westlake 59, Oak Park 44--Jonathan Wiley scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Westlake High boys' basketball team to a 59-44 victory over Oak Park Friday night in the Thousand Oaks Kiwanis Tournament.  Devin Entrikin of Westlake (4-3) scored nine points and pulled down six rebounds and Ryan Burke added 10 points as Westlake won in the consolation round. Grant Smith and Monte McNair of Oak Park each scored nine points. Oak Park (44) -- Smith 9, McNair 9, Klein 6, Kesselman 6, Case 5, N. Smith 4, Winningham 3 McKeegan 2.  Westlake (59) -- Wiley 13, Burke 10, Entrikin 9, Young 8, Isaacson 6, Mazarei 5, Miller 2, Schneider 2. Oak Park  7 14 10 13--44  Westlake 13 12 16 19-- 59 Fouled out -- None.

 


Washington (D.C.) Model Secondary School for the Deaf Tournament

American School for the Deaf 58, CSDR 44--CSDR (2-2) -- Scott 18, Clayton 8, Amaro 6, Merino 5, Bayarsky 4, Morales 2, Guzman 1. ASD (4-1) -- Wallace 19, Rodriguez 21, Yeving 11, Goyette 6, Turner 1.  Halftime score -- ASD 30-22. Three-point goals -- Scott. Total fouls -- CSDR 28, ASD 15. Fouled out -- Bayarsky.

 


Westchester Tournament (LA City Section)
Semifinals

Fairfax 86, San Diego Horizon 60 --Evan Burns scored 22 points to lead Fairfax (7-0).

Westchester 105, Dominguez 54 --Scott Cutley had 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead Westchester (3-0).  Keith Everage and Trevor Ariza each added 16 points for the Comets, who lead at halftime 51-28. Keion Kindred had 19 points for Dominguez (3-5).

Consolation

Pasadena 69, Hawthorne 64--Michael Washington scored 12 points to lead Hawthorne.

Washington 69, Locke 54- Larry Carter had 30 points for Washington.

 


Woodcrest Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Second Round

Woodcrest Christian 51, Sherman Indian 48 --Down 46-48 with 1:26 left in the game, Cory Wells went to the line five times, making five free-throws for the deciding points for Woodcrest Christian over Riverside Sherman Indian for a Woodcrest Christian tournament semifinal victory. Woodcrest will play San Jacinto in the championships tonight at 7:00. Sherman Indian (4-2) -- Vaughn 16, Emerson 6, Blackhawk 3, Bass 15, Ivins 4, Agard 2, Brener 2. Woodcrest Christian (2-4) -- Wells 28, Hall 4, Lacey 7, Shondeff 6, Reyes 3, Rosset 3. Halftime score -- Woodcrest 24, Sherman 18. Three-point goals -- Bass, Blackhawk, Vaughn, Lacey, Rosset. Total fouls -- Sherman 16, Woodcrest 15. Fouled out -- none.

Norte Vista 57, Webb 53 --Jordan Bowne had 17 points on four three-pointers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Gauls past the Braves in the second round of the Woodcrest Christian Tournament. Webb's Arjun Rao added 12 rebounds and 11 points in the loss, which dropped the Gauls to 1-5. Junior Leland Herbert came off bench in the second half to spark Riverside Norte Vista with 13 points, including three three-pointers. Webb -- Bowne 17, Smith 1, Rao 10, Reiff 4, Baczynski 9, Haynes 3, Zondeivan 5, Chu 2.  Norte Vista (2-4) -- Flores 13, Odom 6, Rene 12, Fiveash 6, Robinson 2, Herbert 13, Maynes 4, Carter 3. Halftime score -- Webb 29-24. Three-point goals -- Herbert 3, Carter, Bowne 4, Rao. Total fouls -- Webb 16, Norte Vista 19. Fouled out -- Odom. Technical fouls -- Baczynski.

Baptist Christian 55, Desert Christian Bermuda Dunes 47 --Hemet Baptist Christian outscored Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 25-11 in the second quarter and breezed to a consolation semifinal victory at the Woodcrest Tournament. Ismael Ochoa scored six of his 11 points in the second quarter to lead the Warriors. Desert Christian (1-5) -- M. Smith 12, Shibeta 2, Hoesterey 7, T. Smith 16, Schieder 7, Salehi 1, Mangus 2. Baptist Christian (1-3) -- Fedchuk 2, Vandien 2, Ochoa 18, Eaton 7, Acton 10, Beasley 13, Palmeri 2. Halftime score -- Baptist Christian 32-18. Three-point goals -- T. Smith 2, Schieder, Hoesterey. Total fouls -- Desert Christian 20, Baptist Christian 16. Fouled out -- Mangus. Technical fouls -- Desert Christian bench 2, Mangus.

San Jacinto 64, Calvary Chapel Murrieta 51-- San Jacinto (3-1) -- Duguid 10, Wood 12, Medina 11, Hyland 16, Sullivan 9, Mitchell 6. Calvary Chapel (3-1) -- Wilkerson 14, Evans 16, Denny 7, C.Gausepohl 3, D.Gausepohl 4, Spousta 2, Elder 3, Votaw 2. Halftime score -- San Jacinto 32, Murrieta 19. Three-point goals -- Duguid 2, Medina, Evans 3, Denny 3, C.Gausepohl. Total fouls -- San Jacinto 17, Calvary Chapel 18. Fouled out -- none. Shawn Hyland scored nine points in the second quarter as San Jacinto outscored Murrieta Calvary Chapel 21-8 in the second quarter en route to a Woodcrest Christian tournament semifinal victory..


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