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CIF HS Games Results & Details
Tuesday, 12/11/01--(Dec. 12, 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 Southern Section League Games, Tuesday, December 11, 2001|
Southwestern Academy 55, Calvary Baptist 50 --Osa Isibor scored 18 points and had 10 assists to lead host Southwestern Academy (1-3, 1-0). Calvary Baptist is 2-5, 0-1. Senior Matt Kohl had 19 points and nine rebounds to help power the Sun to victory.
Buckley 82, Windward 67 -- Buckley won it's league opener as David Gale scored 29 points and added seven assists and five steals to lead the Griffins (5-1, 1-0). Gale hit five three-pointers and sophomore Barron Abdul Mansour scored 27 with 15 rebounds also for Buckley. Windward is (4-3, 0-1). The Griffins once again overcame a sluggish first half, and despite trailing 41-33 at the half, outscored the Wildcats 40-26 in the second half. Riley Scannell had 9 points, Alex Marshall 13 and 9 rebounds, Danny Broukhim 5 and Shaun Hillman 2; Windard was led by Lance Jackson with 19 and Ari Sarbaz with 16. Brad Pregerson added 13, while Ethan Emerson and matt Wapnick both had 9. Steven Leeb had 1 for Windward. Buckley--16 17 24 25--82; Windward 25 16 13 13--67.
Viewpoint 59, Oakwood 36--John Murray scored 20 points to lead Viewpoint (5-2, 1-0) at Oakwood (0-1).
San Joaquin League
Fairmont Prep 73, St. Michael's Prep 38--Will Washington scored 35 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Davis Shu added 10 points for host Fairmont Prep (6-0, 1-0) ). Gabriel Martinez scored 10 points for St. Michael's Prep (0-2, 0-1).
San Gabriel Academy 90, Coutin 37 --Jason Killebrew scored 16 points for San Gabriel (4-0).
Hillcrest Christian (GH) 92, West Valley Christian 48--Jason Haddad scored 21 points for Hillcrest Christian (2-3, 2-0).
|CIF Southern Section Non-League Games, Tuesday, December 11, 2001|
Apple Valley 70, Desert Christian 44--Three players scored in double figures for visiting Desert Christian, but the Conquerors fell in this non-league game. Tim Smith led Desert Christian with 14 points, Eric Schnieder scored 11 and Richard Mangus added 10.
Arrowhead Christian Academy 61, Ontario Christian 49-- Junior 5-8 guard Josh Cloud had 19 points, five assists and five steals as the Eagles (2-0) defeated the Knights (4-1) in the first round of the La Sierra Holiday Classic. Senior 6-5 center Josh Breckley had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Arrowhead Christian Academy.
Arroyo Grande 59, Morro Bay 46 --Sean Hogoboom scored 22 and Scott Buhl added 21 to lead Arroyo Grande (2-1).
Bell-Jeff 79, Village Christian 48 --Ryan Johnson had 21 points and 14 rebounds and Tyler Kealey added 20 for host Bell Jeff (6-1).
Brentwood 59, Chadwick 57 (OT) --Brandon Turner hit a game-winning jumper with 50 seconds left in overtime and Ian Dickerson added 15 points for Brentwood (5-1) as Chadwick (2-2) lost at the buzzer. Matt Fournier had 19 points and seven assists, but missed a straightaway 3-pointer as time expired in overtime as the Dolphins (2-2) fell to visiting Brentwood. Andrew Vickers forced overtime when he hit a layup with two seconds remaining in regulation, but the Dolphins were outscored, 6-4, in the overtime period. Wes Putnam finished with 17 points and five assists, and Vickers added eight points.
Buena Park 64, Tustin 56--Randy Urias had 21 points and six steals as the Indians defeated the Tillers. Brandon Sims added 20 points and seven assists for Buena Park (7-2). Tustin (1-4) got a game-high 23 points from Chris Barrett.
Cajon 84, Redlands East Valley 59 --Donovon Morris scored 26 points with 15 rebounds, 10 assists and five blocks for Cajon (3-0). Led by Romale Porter, who scored the game's first eight points, Cajon bolted to a 22-2 first-quarter lead. REV played Cajon relatively even the rest of the way Tivey substituted freely but the damage was done. The Wildcats (4-5) could not overcome their poor start. Porter finished with 13 points in support of Morris' effort. Teammate Rummel Clark also paced the Cowboys with nine points, eight rebounds and six assists. Andre Payne tossed in eight points and Daniel Cooper added six points and six rebounds for the deep Cowboys. Billy Dowdy, a 5-foot-10 guard, was impressive for REV, scoring 17 points. Ted Salter and Cliff Sutherland added eight apiece.
Canyon (Canyon Country) 81, Chaminade 69--Jeremy Haggerty scored 24 points and Chad Eichten added 23 for Canyon(7-2). Adrian Aye-Drako scored 19 points for Chaminade (4-1).
Carpinteria 48, Cabrillo (Lompoc) 41-- Junior guard Nick Zemke tossed in 16 points and point guard Jay Munoz had a strong game with nine points and six steals, leading the Warriors to a nonleague victory at Lompoc. Carpinteria, 2-3, matched its win total of last year when it went 2-17. Aaron Belton topped Cabrillo with 16 points. Jay Munoz had six steals, including a game-sealing steal with 30 seconds left. That steal led to free throws for Zemke but he missed both with a five-point lead. Devin Hildebrand, who had seven rebounds, tipped the ball to Justin Lamar and he completed the scoring with a layup. CARPINTERIA -- Munoz 9, Boardman 5, Zemke 16, Lopez 3, Zoldos 6, Hildebrand 4, Lamar 5. Totals 14-47 12-22 48. CABRILLO -- Simmons 5, Belton 16, Baker 13, McConnell 6, Furri 1. Totals 11 11-22 41. Carpinteria . . . 15 11 9 13 -- 48 Cabrillo . . . 4 10 13 14 -- 41 3-point goals--Carp 3 (Zemke 2, Munoz), Cab 1 (Belton). Total fouls--Carp 22, Cab 21. Fouled out--Zoldos. Technical fouls--None. Record--C 2-3.
Coachella Valley 64, Southwest 29--Twelve players had a hand in the scoring for Coachella Valley in a non-league victory. The Arabs were led by Miguel Garcia with 21 points and Nate Ramos with nine. Coachella Valley (3-6) opens DVL play at home Friday against Palm Desert.
Dana Hills 62, Laguna Beach 43 --Lorca Ghanbari scored 11 points with nine assists to lead Dana Hills (5-2). Laguna Beach is 3-4.
Indio 56, Valley View 55-- Rodney Kings fallaway jumper with four seconds remaining gave Indio (5'-2) the lead and Andreas Nieto sealed it with a steal in the final two seconds to lift the Rajahs to victory Tuesday. Indio was led by Earl Isaacsons 23 points. King finished with eight points and Nieto led the team with 11 rebounds.
La Canada 72, La Salle 65
Lancaster 70, Valencia (Valencia) 61 -- The Valencia Vikings came back from three separate 11-point deficits but could not hold off Lancaster down the stretch in a 70-61 loss Tuesday at Valencia High School. The Vikingswere unable to contain the hot shooting Michael Webb from Lancaster as the 6-foot-1 senior drained eight of his game-high 28 points in the final 2:04 of the game. Lancaster improved to 4-3. Ryan Zike and Curtis Dunwoody both finished with 16 points each for Valencia.
Hamilton 58, Noli Indian 41-- Jared Davis had 22 points and 14 rebounds for Hamilton (3-4). Noli is 1-5.
Hesperia Christian 62, Linfield 58 --Jesse McDonald scored 20 points for Hesperia Christian (5-1). Linfield is 4-3. Sophmore Patriot guards Josh Hamilton and Trevor Wagstaffe had 12 and 13 points respectively. Wagstaffe had 8 assists, and Chuck Wilson had13 and Ruben Rodriquez finished with 12. Linfield also was able to take advantage of 16 HC turnovers. Hesperia Christian scored 33 points on 11 3 pointers. HCS junior Nate Patterson had 9 points and 9 rebounds. Patriot leading scorer junior Bryan Glass had 8 points.
Hoover 59, Burbank Burroughs 50 --Armen Baghdasarian scored 17 to lead Hoover (4-5).
Kern Valley 58, Lone Pine 43 --Jordan Hughes scored 16 points and Ryon Dierck scored 13 points and 11 rebounds Kern Valley (2-1).
Malibu 51, New Roads 43 --Zac Katz scored 20 points for host Malibu (2-3).
Maranatha 52, Flintridge Prep 49 --John Gregorich scored 16 points for Maranatha (6-5). Tim Mercer had 17 points and nine rebounds for Flintridge Prep (1-1).
Masada 42, Rio Contiguo 40
Montclair Prep 60, Rolling Hills Prep 52 --Marko Bozovic scored 26 points for Montclair Prep (3-0). Curtis Allen led Rolling Hills Prep (5-2) with 19 points.
Moorpark 60, Rio Mesa 42-- Chris Willis scored 13 points and Keith Lawrence had 12 as visiting Moorpark (5-0) stayed undefeated with a 60-42 victory over Rio Mesa (2-4). Ten Musketeers reached the scorer's column, including Jose Rodriguez with nine. Daniel Bednar, the son of Moorpark coach Tim Bednar, led Rio Mesa with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Stephen Segovia had eight points. Moorpark improves to 5-0. Rio Mesa is 2-4. Moorpark (60) -- Willis 13, Lawrence 12, Fortman 6, Adibzadeh 6, Ceja 2, Fitzwater 6, Nystrom 2, Rodriguez 9, Lipka 2, Sharpe 2. Rio Mesa (42) -- Harkins 7, Rillo 3 Segovia 8, Johnson 2, Bednar 15, Graziani 3, Kashola 2. Moorpark 13 17 17 13--60 Rio Mesa 10 10 6 16--42 3-Point goals -- Rio Mesa 4 (Segovia 2, Rillo 1, Harkins 1). Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- Moorpark 16, Rio Mesa 15.
Northwood 74, Aliso Niguel 53 --Junior Drew Terry had 28 points and Rob Felway had 13 for host Northwood (4-2).
Pacifica (GG) 71, Mary Star 55-- Alfred Fragoso scored 21 points, Jason Brock had 14, and Brandon Harper added 13 for host Pacifica (3-6). Jeff Fiamengo scored 22 points for Mary Star (2-4).
Palm Desert 70, Hemet 58 --Sterling Crane scored 24 for Hemet (4-3). Palm Desert (5-1) was led by Josh Zazulia with 20 points.
Redlands Junior Academy 66, Cornerstone Christian 54--Sophomore 6-3 center Arnie Salgado scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Bulldogs (5-0) beat the visiting Eagles in a nonleague game. Josh Paul led all scorers with 27 points for Cornerstone Christian.
Renaissance Academy 53, Delphi Academy 41 --Aaron Clitheroe scored 20 points for Renaissance Academy (6-0).
Riverside Christian 57, Bloomington Chrisltian 36--Senior 5-10 guard Josh Jordan scored 21 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had three steals, but the Ravens (1-3) fell to the visiting Cougars (1-2) in a nonleague game. Ryan Klix scored 21 for Riverside Christian.
San Luis Obispo 70, St. Joseph (Santa Maria) 52--Ian Jorgenson had 22 points for the Tigers and Joseph Tilley had 20 for the Knights.
San Marcos 62, Hueneme 47 -- Duane Fortune scored 11 first-half points Tuesday night to help San Marcos get rolling to a 62-47 basketball victory over Hueneme. Asher Kupperman added 13 points and Fortune finished with 15 as the Royals held off a third-quarter rally by the Vikings to improve to 4-4 overall. Hueneme (1-4), fell again as Matt Sanders scored 13 points and Micah Forbes had 12 points and 10 rebounds in the home loss. Hueneme outscored the Royals 23-10 in the third quarter before San Marcos returned the favor with a 23-9 fourth-quarter advantage. Kyle Hopkins scored six of his eight points in the fourth quarter as San Marcos shot 9-of-10 from the free throw line. SAN MARCOS--Kupperman 13, McKiernan 9, Spaventa 6, Fortune 15, Mercer 7, Hopkins 8, Popp 2. Totals 18 20-24 62. HUENEME --Sanchez 2, Pinkard 4, Acevado 3, Innis 4, Lugo 4, Fuller 1, Hernandez 2, Forbes 10, Teran 2, Ward 2, Sanders 13. Totals 20 7-13 47. San Marcos . . . 17 12 10 23 -- 62 Hueneme . . . 7 8 23 9 -- 47 3-point goals--SM 6 (Hopkins 2, Spaventa 2, Mercer, Kupperman), H 0. Fouls--SM 14, H 19. Fouled out--Lugo. Technicals--Hueneme coach. Records--SM 4-4.
Santa Clara 54, Bishop Diego 43-- Santa Clara (5-4) picked up another win to bring them above .500 for the season as Alex Minney led the Saints with 18 points. Anthony Marquez added 16 more and Tim LaJoie scored 10 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. Bishop Diego -- Pat Minehan scored 24 points, hitting on five 3-pointers.Bishop Diego (43) -- Minehan 24, Mitchell 7, Brown 6, Munoz 2, Aijian 2, Lemenck 2.; Santa Clara (43) -- Minney 18, Marquez 16, LaJoie 10, Santana 10, Griffin 2. Bishop Diego 12 11 9 11--43 Santa Clara 17 14 6 17--54 54 3-point goals--BD 6 (Minehan 5, Mitchell), SC 1 (LaJoie). Fouls--BD 7, SC 8. Fouled out--None. Technicals--None. Record--BD 5-2.
Santa Maria 72, Santa Ynez 59-- The Saints hit four 3-pointers in the first three minutes of the third quarter to pull away from the Pirates. It also didn't help that UCLA-bound Matt McKinney picked up his fourth foul and had to sit during some of the third quarter and the beginning of the fourth quarter. McKinney did end up with 26 points and Aaron Richman had a game-high 27. The Pirates will play L.A. Baptist in the Carpinteria Tournament on Thursday. SANTA YNEZ--Clark 3, J. Richman 1, Hestehauge 2, Creath 8, Bebernes 4, McKinney 26, A. Richman 27, J. Urton 6, Nelson 2. Totals 23 10-15 59. SANTA MARIA--Johnson 12, Quintana 7, Mezta 20, Lopez 13, Quinonez 5, Frausto 9, Makisal 2, Gordon 4, Gomez 2. Totals 26 16-25 72. Santa Ynez . . . 15 13 14 17 -- 59 Santa Maria . . . 17 8 22 25 -- 72 3-point goals--SY 1 (Clark), SM 6 (Quintana, Mezta 2, Lopez 2, Quinonez). Fouls--SY 22, SM 17. Fouled out--Creath. Technicals--McKinney. Records--SY 3-3, SM 4-3.
Santa Maria Valley Christian 54, Coast Union 35 -- Valley got out to an early lead and gradually built it to a 19 point win. Ricky Pacheco led VCA with 19 points and 8 rebounds. Josh Mason added 16 points and 14 rebounds, Lance Carlon had 13 points and 10 rebounds. VCA is now 3-4. Coast Union of the Central section did not have anyone in double figures.
Sultana 47, Granite Hills 44 --Granite Hills is 2-4.
Tri-City Christian 76, Capistrano Valley Christian 50 --Mark Harkness had 30 points to lead host Tri-City Christian. Ross Skinner had 17 points and Sean Reynolds had 12 for Capistrano Valley Christian (3-5).
Victor Valley 78, Apple Valley 60--The Jackrabbits
erased a 17-point third quarter deficit and outscored the Sun Devils 23-3 in the final
period to cap off an impressive comeback and a 78-60 non-league victory over their
longtime rivals. Devion Price led the offensive charge for Victor Valley (8-1), scoring 15
of his 18 points in the second half. The Sun Devils (7-2) came out firing, scoring
24 first-quarter points, including eight in the period by Apple Valley guard Jamal Holden,
to gain a six-point advantage going into the second period. The Sun Devils continued to
shoot well in the second quarter, building a 40-26 lead midway through the period. The
Jackrabbits went on a 8-0 run at the end of the quarter to cut the margin back to six, but
still found themselves trailing an Apple Valley squad that shot 57 percent from the floor
on 17 of 30 shooting in the first half. The visitors would reestablish the double-digit
advantage with a 13-2 run to begin the second half, giving Apple Valley a 53-36 lead in
the opening minutes of the third period and leaving the Jackrabbits looking
exasperated. The Jackrabbits then capitalized on Apple Valley's fatigue, going on a
19-4 run at the end of the third to cut the margin to two going into the final period.
Still, the Sun Devils held a 60-58 edge with just over 5 minutes remaining, but Victor
Valley scored the last 20 points of the game to win going away. Steven Thompson scored 17
points for the Jackrabbits and Kimo Brown added 14, but it was the Victor Valley defense
that got the job done, according to Victor Valley head coach Matt Denny. The
Jackrabbits held Apple Valley to just nine field goals on 27 attempts in the second half.
Victor Valley shot 60 percent from the field on 18 of 30 shooting in the second half to
neutralize the hot start by the Sun Devils. Holden led the Sun Devils in scoring with 15
points. Will Logan and Jimmy Bailey each added 14 points for the visitors. Victor
Valleys Price was red-hot in the second half, shooting 7 for 10 from the field after
a 1-for-8 start, spearheading the Jackrabbits 42-7 run to end the game. Apple Valley 24 16
17 3 60
Victor Valley 18 16 21 23 78 APPLE VALLEY (60) Holden 15, Logan 14, Bailey 14, Sipes 9, Murray 8. VICTOR VALLEY (78)
Price 18, S. Thompson 17, K. Brown 14, M. Thompson 8, D. Brown 8, Ackermann 7, Wahi 4, Loomis 2. 3-Point field goals Apple Valley 2 (Sipes 1, Holden 1); Victor Valley 3 (Price 2, Ackermann 1).
Villanova 50, Ventura County Christian 22 -- Villanova (4-4), was led by Djadji Daffe who scored 12 points and Kota Matsushigue who scored eight.
Westview 48, Skyward Christian 39 --Matt Eisenoff led Westview (4-1) with 22 points.
Whitewater 66, Sherman Indian 54--Whitewater improved to 6-0 behind 19 points and 14 rebounds from Damian Ross. Lewis Hayward chipped in 16 points and Kenneth Johnson added 12.
Wilson Creek 72, Jack Weaver 44--Junior 6-2 forward Tim Williams had 32 points and 13 rebounds as the Eagles (1-5) defeated the visiting Monarchs in a nonleague game. Junior 6-1 forward Peter Schoop added 10 points and eight steals for Wilson Creek.
Yucaipa 70, Palm Springs 53--Senior Shane Craig and junior Matt Brown each scored 20 points to lead the Thunderbirds (7-0) over the visiting Indians (3-4) in the nonleague game. Craig, a 6-3 forward, scored 13 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter for Yucaipa. Thad Orr, a senior guard, scored 18 points for the Thunderbirds, who outscored Palm Springs in the second half to pull away. The Indians (3-4) were led by Anthony Claggetts 20 points and Donald Whitteds nine.
|LA City Section Non- League Games, Tuesday, December 11, 2001|
Locke 80, Gardena 71 --Curtis Isom scored 26 points and Kevin Lewis had 20 for host Locke (5-4). Ramone Prescott scored 22 and Jeffrey Bryant added 21, but Gardena (2-4) could not maintain a 32-29 halftime advantage to fall on the road.
Poly (LA) 75, Chatsworth 71 --Adam Townsend scored 21 points with 19 rebounds and three blocks for Poly (3-3).
|CIF Tournament Games, Tuesday, December 11, 2001|
Alhambra Tournament (Southern Section)
Alhambra 50, San Marino 43-- Early on, the Moors appeared on their way to a blowout. They kept San Marino (2-8) from getting many easy looks and found some success themselves with the outside shot en route to a 16-point halftime lead. But the Titans came out red-hot in the third quarter. The team scored 17 points in the first 4:10 of the quarter, four more than in the entire first half, and Albert Wei's 3-pointer pulled San Marino to within 35-30. The Titans kept it close, mainly behind the shooting of Michael Shia. The all-league guard scored 15 of his game-high 19 points in the second half. Alhambra senior Erich Chung scored nine consecutive Alhambra points in the fourth quarter, capped by a four-point play that gave the Moors a comfortable 12-point lead late in the period. Chung scored a team-high 17 points. Art Chavez (11) and Duong Nguyen (10) each scored in double figures for Alhambra (4-3).
Bishop Amat 78, Montebello 47 --John Haywood scored 18 points for Bishop Amat(3-2).
South El Monte 65, San Gabriel 63--Israel Zavala scored 22 points for South El Monte (3-5).
Arcadia 74, Gabrielino 69 (OT) --Aaron Anderson finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Apaches past the Eagles. Brent Dohling chipped in with 15 points for Arcadia, which plays Santa Fe next.
Azusa Tournament (Southern Section)
Charter Oak 51, Bonita 47 --Josh Baehr scored 23 points for Charter Oak (5-2).
Rosemead 65, Covina 60 --Albert Cardona scored a game-high 31 points as the Panthers improved to 3-2 and handed the Colts their first loss of the season. Jino LaBomme and Brett Pill scored 22 points apiece to lead Covina (4-1).
Claremont Tournament (Southern Section)
Claremont 56, Bosco Tech 56 --details not reported
A.B. Miller 106, Temescal Canyon 80--Jacob Ramirez scored 28 points and Jeremiah Ward added 21 points to lift A.B. Miller (7-0). Victor Mitchell added 22 points and Greg Pruitt added 14 points off the bench for the Rebels, who will play Moreno Valley next.
Rancho Cucamonga 69, Serrano 58--Mike Hamilton scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Devion Ford added 12 points in the win for Rancho Cucamonga. Jordan Dunagan added 11 points for the Cougars, who will play Rancho Verde tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Rancho Cucamonga High School.
Moreno Valley 52, Ayala 40--details not reported
Rancho Verde 65, South Torrance 63 (OT) --details not reported
Alta Loma 97, San Pedro 52 --Terrence Hundley had 24 points and five assists to lead the Braves (5-2) over the Pirates (2-4) at Upland High School. Mo Newton had 15 points and Rashad Austin added 13 points and eight rebounds for Alta Loma, which led 53-21 at the half.
Crescenta Valley Tournament (Southern Section)
Crescenta Valley 56, Verdugo Hills 48 --Jimmy Goffredo scored 27 points for Crescenta Valley (6-1).
Monrovia 55, Franklin 49 --Temple City 54, Quartz Hill 41
St. John Bosco 61, Simi Valley 55 --Senior guard Giovanni St. Amant had 26 points and eight rebounds and Eric Lane had 16 points and eight assists for St. John Bosco (5-0). Travis Clark scored 14 points for Simi Valley (3-3). Clark had four 3-pointers, and Mark Wells had 12 points and nine rebounds for Simi Valley in the first round loss. K.C. Bellefontaine added eight points and 14 rebounds. Simi Valley (55) -- McManus 6, Wells 12, Duarte 5, Bellefontaine 8, Schock 7, Palomarez 3, Clark 14. St. John bosco (61) -- Lane 16, St. Andrews 26, Quiroz 9, Reyarnez 5, Rush 2, Alvenbeau 2. Simi Valley 19 8 15 12--55 St. John Bosco 20 8 15 12--61 3-Point goals -- Simi Valley 10 (Clark 4), St. John Bosco 6 (Lane 2, Quiroz 2). Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- Simi Valley 15, St. John Bosco 10.
Temple City 54, Quartz Hill 42--Desmond Reed had 17 points, four steals and five assists as the Rams cruised past the Rebels.
Calvary Chapel Downey Tournament (Southern
Calvary Chapel Downey 83, Western Christian 65 --Ralph Miley scored 21 points and Jonathan James scored 23 points for Calvary Chapel (5-1).
Pacific Hills 81, Stoneridge Prep 64 --Ahmal Amedu
scored 25 points and freshman Gerard Moret scored 23 for Pacific Hills (5-3).
James Spencer scored 25 points for Stoneridge Prep (5-2).
Price 85, Campbell Hall 62-- Price was led by top scorers Frank Peace 16, Derrick Williams 13, and Oscar Edwards and Brandon Herron who each had 11. Price 26 18 15 27--85, Campbell Hall 5 19 18 20--62
Serra 77, La Puente 47--Eugene Jeter had 15 points, six assists and six steals for Serra (7-0), which recorded 17 steals. The Cavaliers will play Price in a semifinal Thursday at 6 p.m. at Calvary Chapel in Downey. Eugene Hackett added 14 points and three steals.
El Dorado Tournament (Southern Section)
El Dorado 63, Blair 48 --Kyle Miller scored 18 points for host El Dorado (7-0).
Santiago (Corona) 57, Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 49
Glendora Tournament (Southern Section)
Etiwanda 87, Diamond Bar 68 -- DOrnoir Flax poured in 30 points and added four assists as Etiwanda blasted Diamond Bar 87-68 in the first round of the Glendora Tournament. The Eagles jumped out to a 10-point first-quarter lead and extended it to 15 points in the second quarter. Etiwanda put the game away in the third quarter by holding the Brahmas to only eight points and entered the fourth with a 24-point lead. Jacob Johnson had 24 points, seven rebounds and four assists and David Carter had nine points and four assists in the win for Etiwanda (5-1). Kalif Ford led Diamond Bar (4-2) with 25 points and Larry Lising and Orondo Papez each had 12 points.
La Sierra Tournament (Southern Section)
Arrowhead Christian 61, Ontario Christian 49--Josh Cloud scored 19 to lead Arrowhead Christian (2-0). Ontario Christian is 4-1.
Mojave Tournament (Southern Section)
Mojave 64, Boron 47 --L.D. Cox scored 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead Mojave (3-3). Boron is 2-3. David Wiggs said the goal for the Boron boys basketball team is to win one of its games at the Mojave Tournament. Not an exceptionally high goal for the Bobcats, considering they are playing in three games. The Bobcats didn't notch that victory in their tournament opener, falling to host Mojave, 64-47. Mojave advances to face McFarland at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. McFarland defeated Frazier Mountain, 66-34. Boron will play Frazier Mountain at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. But the improvements on the Boron squad are noticeable, even to Mojave coach Larry Satterfield. The two teams played a week ago, with the Mustangs (4-3) dominating that contest, 54-24. Six Bobcats scored in the game, none in double figures. The second time around, Boron (2-3) had two players score in double digits, with Jonathan Stafford leading the way with 14 points. Mike Bell added 10. Boron won its first two games of the season, doubling last year's win total as the Bobcats finished the season 1-19. The Bobcats have also lost to Desert this season. Mojave had 11 different players scoring on Tuesday; L.D. Cox led the way with 18 points. Boron 11 9 10 17 - 47; Mojave 17 18 13 16 - 64 Boron (2-3) Ri.Hughes 7, Bell 10, Youngblood 5, Ro.Hughes 6, Stafford 14, Hisquierdo 4, Gonzales 2. Mojave (4-3) Ervin 2, Cox 18, Biresch 4, Stevenson 8, Lynch 5, Rice 8, Foster 3, Lloyd 2, Klingenber 3, Troche 5, Avon 6. Team Fouls - Boron 13, Mojave 13.
McFarland 66, Frazier Mountain 34--McFarland had three players score in double figures to advance into the championship bracket. Kris Stone led the Falcons with 15 points.
Murrieta Tournament (Southern Section)
Ontario 85, Riverside ML King 72 --Desmond Crews scored 21 points and Marcel Mack added 14 points to lead Ontario (5-0). David Dunn scored 20 points and Marcus Mack added nine points in the win for the Jaguars. The Jaguars, the defending tournament champions, remained unbeaten and led 41-31 at the half, but King (5-1) was able to get as close as 67-62 early in the fourth quarter. Ontario was led by Desmond Crews, who scored 21 points. Marvin Lea led King, which is ranked 11th in the Los Angeles Times Southern California basketball poll, with a game-high 28 points.
Elsinore 57, San Marcos 51-- Elsinore (6-1) looked as if it would pull away from the Knights early in the fourth quarter, as senior forward Travon Keahey hit two free throws to give the Tigers their only double-digit lead of the night, at 48-38. But Kyle Moore buried a 3-pointer on San Marcos' next trip down the floor. Jamar Hendrix, who led the Knights with 19 points, cut Elsinore's lead to one, 50-49, with a 3-pointer. Mack Green, however, answered at the other end with a 3-pointer of his own. He drained the shot from the top or the arc with 2:24 remaining, pushing the Tigers' lead to 53-49. Green then got the job done at the free-throw line in the final two minutes, hitting four straight attempts to preserve the win. Keahey led the Tigers with 21 points, but was held to two points in the final period as the Knights double- and triple-teamed him in the post. Green picked up the scoring slack with seven points in the fourth quarter. San Marcos had its hands full with Keahey in the first half. The lanky 6-foot-5 lefty scored 14 points in the first half, carving his way through the San Marcos defense on his way to several layups and running jumpers. The Knights got a lift at the end of the first half, as Gihad Hamided found nothing but the bottom of the net on a desperation shot covering two-thirds of the court at the buzzer. Hamided's hustle was typical of San Marcos' play throughout the game. Long range shooting kept the Knights in the game, as they connected on eight 3-pointers. Kyle Moore finished with 12 points on four 3-pointers. Moore was the closest thing San Marcos had to a post player. When Moore continuously stepped out on the perimeter, it created matchup problems for the Tigers. Rettinger had to go to a smaller lineup, moving Keahey to the post and sitting starting center William Hunt on the bench.
North Orange County (Sonora, Troy, Sunny Hills)
Tournament (Southern Section)
Costa Mesa 85, Marina 84 (OT) --
Don Lugo 64, Eastside Christian 28--Roger Amaya had 12 points and five assists, Glenn Powers had 10 points and seven rebounds and Charles Sender added 10 points for the Conquistadores (2-6). Ten players scored for Don Lugo who led 42-12 at halftime in a consolation bracket game. Don Lugo will play Thursday against Norwalk.
Downey 64, Chapparal 46--Steve Topete scored 15 points Downey (4-2).
El Modena 74, Corona del Mar 55--Senior guard Jerard Raab scored 32 points and Tavon Robinson added 21 to lead the Vanguards (5-3) past the Sea Kings.
Long Beach Wilson 76, La Mirada 64 --Tommy Ramsey made seven of 11 three-point shots and scored 21 points for Long Beach Wilson (4-4). Charlie Torres hit five three-points shots while scoring 21 points for La Mirada (2-4).
Los Altos 62, La Serna 53-- Junior guard Anthony Garcia scored 16 of his game-high 20 points in the second half to lead the Conquerors past La Serna (4-4) . Los Altos (3-4) scored 27 points in a decisive third quarter while holding the Lancers to just 13. Point guard Jeremiah Barnes had eight assists for the Conquerors
Norwalk 57, Fullerton 53 --Zeke Hal scored 23 points for Norwalk (5-2).
Paramount 60, Los Amigos 46 --Tony Smith, Chris Campbell and Louis Saucedo each scored 13 points for Paramount (6-2).
St. Paul 55, Bellflower 52 --Omar Cepeda scored 16 points for St. Paul (4-1). Michael Hubbard scored 20 points for Bellflower (3-4). Rudy Serna added 15 as the Swordsmen held off the Buccaneers and moved into the tournament quarterfinals.
Sunny Hills 62, Ganesha 48--Clay Carmody had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Sunny Hills past Ganesha, 62-48, in the second round of the North Orange County Tournament on Tuesday. Tony Gonzales added 22 points, including four three-pionters, and had eight rebounds and six assists for the Lancers (7-1). The Giants fell to 4-3.
St. Paul 55, Bellflower 52--Omar Cepeida had 16 points and teammate
Troy 72, Damien 56--NateGilke scored 19 and Kevin Dalafu added 16 as the Warriors (4-5) prevailed. Wayne Phillips scored a game-high 27 for the Spartans. (3-6).
Villa Park 60, Valley Christian (Cerritos) 25--Bryce Prather scored 21 points on nine-for-nine shooting from the field and grabbed 16 rebounds for Villa Park (5-0) as the Crusaders (3-3) lost.
Ocean View Tournament (Southern
Redondo Union 64, Canyon Springs 47 --Adam Zahn had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Redond, while teammate senior point guard Keith Ellison had 19 points and four assists for the Seahawks (4-1). Canyon Springs shot only 32.% from the field with junior shooting guard/forward Richard Cobbs out with a groin injury. Richard Tron scored 20 points for Canyon Springs. Wendell White collected 13 points and eight rebounds. Corey Siegal added eight points for Redondo, which jumped to a 14-3 lead after the first quarter.
Anaheim Canyon 99, Lynwood 95
Rialto 53, Fountain Valley 45
Rancho Cucamonga Tournament (Southern Section)
Rancho Verde 65, South Torrance 63 (OT)--South fell in the first round, despite 23 points and 10 rebounds from junior forward Kevin Ritchie . Center Scott Wilson also had 13 points and 10 rebounds and guard Farbod Azizi scored 13 points with six rebounds and four steals. South (2-2) plays Serrano in the consolation round at 4:30 p.m.
Tarbut V'Torah Gelman Hoops Tournament (Southern
Tarbut V'Torah 54, Sage Hill 44--Geoff Keith scored 26 points to lead the Lions past the Lightning. Josh Bauchman added 12 points and eight rebounds and Aaron Hahn added eight points with nine rebounds for Tarbut V'Torah (5-1). Mike Fitzhugh led Sage Hill (2-5) with 13.
Zinsmeyer 80, Liberty Christian 46
Upland Tournament (Southern Section)
A.B. Miller 106, Temescal Canyon 80--Jacob Ramirez scored 28 points, Victor Michel had 22 and Jeremiah Ward added another 21 points for AB Miller (7-0). Mike Peterson had 18 points for Temescal Canyon (4-3). The Rebels, ahead 25-24 entering the second quarter, outscored the Titans 26-9 in the second to pull away.
West Covina 64, Arroyo Valley 60 --Sophomore 6-3 guard Mike Walker scored 24 points including five three-pointers and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Hawks (0-1) defeated the Bulldogs (8-1) in the first round of the Rancho Cucamonga-Upland Tournament. Sophomore 6-2 forward Julio Oquendo scored 12 points and pulled down 18 rebounds for Arroyo Valley. Sam Weung scored 28 points hitting six three-pointers to lead West Covina (6-1). Mike Walker scored 23 for the Arroyo Valley in the loss.
Upland 63, La Sierra 54--The Upland High boys basketball team, however, got a late first-half burst from point guard Jay Rasch, and teammate Eric Holland hit on all five of his third-quarter shots as the Highlanders rallied past Riverside La Sierra 63-54 on Tuesday in the Claremont Auto Center Classic at Upland High School. Jeremy Andres hit his first seven shots - three from 3-point range - en route to 19 first-half points. He missed equaling Upland's point total for the first half by just one. La Sierra made 61 percent of its shots in the first half. Upland started the second half with a 17-2 run, and when Julius Coleman converted a three-point play for Upland's final points of the third quarter, the Scots led 49-46. They would never trail again. Andres finished with 27 points on 10-of-13 shooting, and teammate Oscar Vasquez had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. For Upland, Holland finished with a team-high 22 points, including a perfect 7-for-7 night from the line. Rasch finished with 14 points. The Scots benefited from their free-throw shooting, where they connected on 12-of-13 shots in the final quarter, and 24-of-28 for the game, or 86 percent. La Sierra, on the other hand, was 7-of-11.
Western Shootout Tournament (Southern Section)
Orange 72, Whittier Christian 64--Marcus Smith had 34 points to lead Orange (4-0). Whittier Christian is 4-1.
Santiago 53, Westminster 47--Raymond Barros scored 17 points to lead the Cavaliers (1-3) over the Lions. Steve Turley led Westminster with 16 points.