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SoCalHoops High School News

CIF HS Games Results & Details From
Wednesday, 12/19/01--(Dec. 20, 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, Wednesday, 12/19/01

Freedom League

Twin Pines 80, South Bay 43 --Jason Buschbaum had 20 points and 16 rebounds to lead Twin Pines (1-3).

Garden Grove League

Pacifica 52, Rancho Alamitos 46--Milton Vidaurre had 15 points and Jason Brock had 12 points and four rebounds Pacifica (4-6, 1-0). Rancho Alamitos is 0-10, 0-1.

Los Amigos 61, La Quinta 41 --Hector Degante and Chris Jalem scored 12 points each to lead Los Amigos (5-7,1-0).

Liberty League

Yeshiva 86, Avalon 47 --Adi Isaacs had 30 points, making seven of 11 three-pointers.

San Joaquin League

Acaciawood 49, Tarbut V'Torah 47 --Jesse Cope had 24 points, including a key free throw with four seconds remaining, to lead Acaciawood (4-4).

CIF-Southern Section Non-League Games, Wednesday, 12/19/01

Arrowhead Christian 68, Bishop Diego 50 --Senior 6-5 center Josh Breckley scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the visiting Eagles (5-0) as they defeated the Cardinals (6-5) in a nonleague game. Sophomore 5-8 guard Alan Lewis had 11 points, six assists, and three steals for Arrowhead Christian. Junior 5-11 forward Jacob Goltry had 11 points and six steals. The Eagles' second-quarter press caused problems for the Cardinals, who were defeated at home in a nonleague matchup. Pat Minehan led Bishop Diego (6-5) with 20 points, but the Cardinals committed more than 20 turnovers and were whistled for 23 fouls.  Bishop Diego will next play in a fund-raiser for the basketball programs. Two alumni games will be played, starting at 5 p.m. Friday at Bishop Diego. ARROWHEAD -- Cloud 10, Cruz 3, Lewis 11, Britt 7, Benson 7, Carter 2, Breckley 17, Goltry 11. Totals 25 15-30 68. BISHOP DIEGO -- Mitchell 1, Minehan 20, Brown 6, Boehm 2, Dunn 2, Lagattuta 2, Cavaletto 11, Elmerick 7. Totals 19 11-18 51. Arrowhead Christian . . . 17 21 13 17 -- 68   Bishop Diego . . . 16 10 13 12 -- 51 3-point goals -- AC 3 (Cloud 2, Lewis 1), BD 2 (Cavaletto 1, Minehan 1). Total fouls -- AC 17, BD 23. Fouled out -- none. Technicals--AC bench. Record--BD: 6-5

Ayala 68, Pacific 63 --Sophomore guard Andrew Hatch had 25 points to lead host Ayala (6-4). Hatch and Kyle Gregory combined for 17 points in the fourth quarter to help Ayala hold off Pacific. Gregory finished with 13 points and eight assists.  Jason Fee added 10 points for Ayala

Corona 87, Norte Vista 72 --Jason Dias scored 23 points off the bench to lead Corona past Riverside Norte Vista in a non-league game.  Corona (4-7) -- Morrow 12, S.Smith 17, Duran 2, Josso 6, Garcia 2, Larson 3, Dias 23, J.Smith 8, Thorsell 1, Almasy 3, Brown 6, Hyun 4. Norte Vista (2-8) -- Rene 21, Odom 19, Pettigen 0, Sio 11, Flores 6, Robinson 8, Carter 3, Lopez 4.  Halftime score -- Corona 42-25. Three-point goals -- Sio 3, Robinson, Odem 3, Morrow, S.Smith 2, Dias 2. Total fouls -- Corona 20, Norte Vista 20. Fouled out -- Dias.

Costa Mesa 83, Saddleback 35 --Chad Vakili had 23 points, including five three-pointers, David Conte had 19 points and Danny Krikorian had 14 points and nine rebounds for Costa Mesa (7-4).   Conte added a game-high seven steals, while Krikorian chipped in 14 points.  Saddleback 2 9 9 15 - 35 Costa Mesa 20 24 19 20 - 83 Saddleback - Campos 5, Sosa 3, Alonso 0, May 13, Gonzalez 14. 3-pt. goals - Sosa 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - Gonzalez. Costa Mesa - Vakili 23, Clark 5, Jaime 2, Krikorian 14, Conte 19, Rowe 6, Stroman 6, Trinh 4, Millward 2, Rodriguez 2, Ball 0, Kohara 0. 3-pt. goals - Vakili 5, Krikorian 2, Conte 2, Clark 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none

Cornerstone Christian (Wildomar) 62, Mesa Grande 58-- Senior 6-0 guard Yonothan Grando scored 24 points, grabbed five rebounds and 11 steals for the Cardinals (2-5) as they fell to the Cornerstone Christian in nonleague play. Sophomore 6-4 center Derek Knight had 14 points and grabbed 24 rebounds for Mesa Grande.

Fullerton 68, Santa Fe 52 --Cody Markin had 15 points to lead Fullerton (9-3).

La Salle 70, Arcadia 66 --Jeremiah De Leon had 17 points to lead host La Salle (7-4).  Anthony Napolitano added 16 for the Lancers, who held off the Apaches.

Laguna Hills 64, Corona del Mar 54 --The Laguna Hills Hawks improved to (6-6), defeating Corona del Mar (3-8). Corona del Mar was led by Kevin Mancillas' 24 points off the bench, while junior Bret Matsen added 10 points.  Laguna Hills was led by led by Marc Dimick with 17 points, Ross Carter with 12 and Matt Donat with 10. Laguna Hills 14 16 20 14 - 64 Corona del Mar 19 9 7 19 - 54 Laguna Hills - Dimick 17, Vollenhals 4, Stelling 2, Stone 5, Donat 10, Hovsapian 2, Carter 12, Brown 5, Ringor 5, Fosheim 2. 3-pt. goals - Dimick 2, Carter 2. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Corona del Mar - Northridge 3, Seaborn 9, Sherick-Odom 4, Welch 4, Matsen 10, Mancillas 24, Hildebrandt 0, Glass 0, Najar 0. 3-pt. goals - Mancillas 6, Matsen 2, Seaborn 1, Northridge 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. 

Paramount 65, Pioneer 56-- Paramount 65, Pioneer 56: Junior guard Tony Smith scored 21 points and junior guard Chris Campbell tossed in 18 as the Pirates (10-3) defeated the host Titans. Smith and Campbell each hit three 3-pointers in the game.   David Ochoa led the Pioneers with 23 points.

Pilibos 58, LA Lutheran 49 --Tony Park had 24 points and 12 rebounds for L.A. Lutheran (3-3).

Pomona 59, Montclair 40-- Odell Howard scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 12 boards as the Red Devils improve to 7-4. Quincy Fields was the high scorer for Montclair with 12 points. Damarian Woods added 10 points as the Red Devils increased their 13-point halftime advantage with a 17-8 third-quarter run.

Mountain View 67, Gladstone 59 --

Redlands East Valley 92, San Gorgonio 78 -- Trailing by 11 at the half, Redlands East Valley outscored San Bernardino San Gorgonio 51-26 in the second half for a non-league victory. The Wildcats outscored San Gorgonio 22-6 in the fourth quarter to pull away. In the fourth, Anthony Smith scored 7 of his 22 points and Walter Wallace had eight of his 12 points to lead REV. REV (5-7) -- Dowdy 8, Smith 22, Grijalva 5, Cabuhat 5, Wallace 12, Salter 11, Kelley 9, Lyles 16, Dyk 4. San Gorgonio (9-2) -- Carter 3, Daigle 7, Huston 12, Robillard 3, Lewis 28, Leach 17, Tyler 8.  Halftime score -- San Gorgonio 52-41. Three-point goals -- Dowdy 2, Smith 2, Cabuhat, Salter, Kelley, Carter, Daigle, Huston 2, Robillard, Lewis 4. Total fouls -- REV 16, San Gorgonio 19. Fouled out -- Tyler.

Temple City 61, Rosemead 56 --Desmond Reed scored 26 points to lead visiting Temple City. Albert Cardona had 20 points for Rosemead (6-5).

Twin Pines 80, South Bay Lutheran 43 -- Jason Buschbaum pulled down 16 boards to go along with 20 points to lead Banning Twin Pines to a non-league victory over Inglewood South Bay Lutheran.  South Bay -- N/A. Twin Pines (1-3) -- Buschbaum 20, Rodriguez 6, Adame 5, Reyes 2, Henderson 10, Wolters 2, Favela 6, Ramirez 3, Hall 4, Machuca 2, McGeilberry 5, Aguado 15.  Halftime score -- Twin Pines 35-20. Three-point goals -- Aguado 3, McGeilberry 2. Total fouls -- South Bay 13, Twin Pines 20. Fouled out -- Hall. Technical fouls -- Adame.

Valley Christian Cerritos 51, Gahr 50--Senior guard Yohance Barrett scored 21 points, made 4 3-pointers and had 5 assists to lead the Crusaders (4-7) over the Gladiators (4-8). Senior forward Rob Halma scored 15 points and grabbed 5 rebounds for Valley Christian .

Warren 49, Alhambra 40--Seniors Ekber Djokovic, Dennis Moore and Jonathan Edwards combined to scored 33 of the Bears' 49 points in their win over the Moors.

Whitewater 77, Peace In The Valley 59 -- Kenneth Johnson pulled down eight assists and led the team in scoring in his last game with Whitewater to help in the victory over Fontana Peace in the Valley in a non-league game. Steven Adams grabbed 16 rebounds for Whitewater. Peace in the Valley (6-2) -- Steven 40, Stott 9, Felix 6, Carlos 2, Rogers 2.  Whitewater (9-0) -- Johnson 22, Haywood 13, Gebremichael 12, Colman 15, Adams 10, Gray 2, Brown 3. Halftime score -- Whitewater 33-19. Three-point goals -- Haywood, Brown, Gabremichael 2, Steven 5, Stott. Total fouls -- Peace in the Valley 7, Whitewater 12. Fouled out -- none.

LA City Section League  Games, Wednesday, 12/19/01

No league games played.

LA City Section Non-League  & Intersectional Games, Wednesday, 12/19/01

San Pedro 63, Belmont 33--The Pirates (4-6) outscored Belmont 38-11 in the second half and cruised to a 30-point victory.  Senior center Ryan Johnson led San Pedro's balanced attack with 10 points and Houston Magee chipped in with 9. Ten other Pioneers scored. Houston Magee scored all of his nine points in the first half, and visiting San Pedrooutscored Belmont, 38-11, in the second half to take the nonleague game at Belmont.

 

CIF (All SoCal Sections) Tournament  Games, Wednesday, 12/19/01

Anaheim Convention Center Tournament
First Round

Cypress 63, Esperanza 50 --Matthew Reid had 22 points and Dominique Ricks had 20 for Cypress. Mark Lovein had 13 points to lead Esperanza. Reid led all scorers with 22 points. A 6-foot-2 senior guard, Reid scored on drives, outside shots and everything in between and was a force on defense.  Ronald Dross, a similarly quick senior guard, scored 13 points and might be the Centurions' best outside shooter. Dominique Ricks, a 6-4 junior, scored 20 points with 10 rebounds and three blocked shots.  Esperanza (8-2), which won the Taco Company Invitational two weeks ago, stayed with Cypress through the first quarter, which ended in a 13-13 tie. The Aztecs missed their first four shots of the second quarter, helping Cypress build a 21-13 lead. The closest they would come to the lead for the rest of the game would be five points.  The Aztecs' Mark Lovein, a 6-8 junior who was the most valuable player of the Taco Company Invitational, scored a team-high 13 points. Cypress will play Villa Park tonight.

Villa Park 49, Aliso Niguel 21 --Kyle Hogan and Brice Prather had 11 points each for Villa Park (8-0). Sean Phaler had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Spartans.

El Toro 54, Savanna 32 --Darryl Best had 11 points and Jonathan Johnson and Patrick Carney had 10 points apiece for El Toro (6-2). Savanna is 2-6.

Kennedy 38, Newport Harbor 35 --Ikechi Njoku had 14 points and Rhema McKnight had 11 points for Kennedy. Newport Harbor was led by Tony Melum with 11 points. The Kennedy High boys basketball team handed Newport Harbor a rather unconventional 38-35 loss Wednesday in the first round of the Anaheim Convention Center Holiday Classic. The Sailors missed all 15 third-quarter field-goal attempts and finished 3 of 30 from the field in the second half. The Tars went nine minutes and 34 seconds without a field goal, spanning the end of the second quarter and the beginning of the fourth. The designated hosts went nearly 15 minutes with only one field goal, beginning with 6:03 left in the first half and ending with Tony Melum's three-pointer with 6:13 left in the game. Newport committed five turnovers in the second and third quarters, to help the Fighting Irish turn a 17-9 first-quarter deficit into a 29-26 lead heading into the final eight minutes. Harbor netted just 6 of 14 free throws, four of their last 12, to help squander the lead. The 35 points are the fewest in 70 games for the Sailors. Kennedy (7-1) hit just 16 of 52 (30.8%).  Melum finished with 11 points and 12 rebounds, while Pajevic collected eight points, 10 rebound and five blocked shots.  Njoku had 14 points and Rhema McKnight had 11 to lead Kennedy Kennedy 9 11 9 9 - 38 Newport Harbor 17 7 2 9 - 33 Kennedy - Taylor 0, Arreguin 0, Aragon 9, Njoku 14, Fein 2, McKnight 11, Burow 2. 3-pt. goals - Aragon 2. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Newport Harbor - Melum 11, Pajevic 8, Diefenbach 5, Peterson 4, Cameron 2, Perrine 5, Pinesett 0, Rorden 0, Boyd 0. 3-pt. goals - Melum 2, Pajevic 1, Perrine 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.


Arroyo Grande Tournament
Pool Play

Arroyo Grande 58, Templeton 25 --Scott Buhl had 18 points to lead Arroyo Grande (4-3).

Silverado 65, San Luis Obispo 52--Silverado improved to 4-3 with the victory. Jim Jorgeson had 20 points for San Luis Obispo. Sophomore 6-2 guard Jaimie Lester scored 14 points for the Hawks (4-3) as they defeated the Tigers (4-5) in a first round Arroyo Grande Tournament game. Senior 6-3 guard Ryan Diggs had 12 points, seven rebounds, and four assists for Silverado. Junior 6-5 forward Ash Dabbas also had 12 points and seven rebounds.

Thousand Oaks 89, Atascadero 50 --Kevin Rex scored 18 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists for Thousand Oaks (6-1).  C.J. Handlos and Dave Anderson each scored 16 points for the Lancers, who made eight of 16 three-pointers. Atascadero is 4-4. Thousand Oaks plays Templeton today at 3:30. Thousand Oaks (89) -- Anderson 16, Grosslight 2, Rex 18, Acerbonie 5, Olson 12, Myers 9, Carr 7, Handlos 16, Sletten 2, Evans 2. Atascadero (50) -- Donovan 2, Smyth 2, Davids 8, Walsh 13, Kennedy 10, Berlick 6, Phillips 9.  Thousand Oaks 18 25 23 23--89  Atascadero 14 15 17 4--50 3-Point goals -- Thousand Oaks 8 (Anderson 3, Rex 2, Acerbonie 1, Olson 1, Myers 1). Atascadero 5 (Phillips 2, Kennedy 2, Walsh 1). Fouled out -- None. Rebounds -- Thousand Oaks 39 (Olson 9, Rex 8). Assists -- Thousand Oaks 27 (Rex 6). Records: Thousand Oaks 6-1, Atascadero 4-4.

Ocean View 63, Camarillo 56 (OT)-- Camarillo dropped to (6-2) with the loss. Derek Rasp  hit a 3-point in the final minute to send the game into overtime, but Camarillo fell short in the extra period. David Reichel scored 21 points, while Rast had 20 points, included three 3-pointers. Camarillo (56) -- Scyphers 2, Rast 20, Reichel 21, Bundy 4, Shelton 4. Ocean View (63) -- Clarke 10, Okwudibunye 4, Hart 7, Ortiz 12, Sargeant 12, Gallardo 12, Wilson 2, Buchannan 4. Camarillo 14 10 10 14 8--56  Ocean View 7 10 14 17 15--63  3-Point goals -- Camarillo (Rast 3, Reichel 1), Ocean View 2 (Clarke 1, Sargeant 2). Fouled out -- Shelton (C). Total fouls -- Camarillo 19, Ocean View 19 


Bell-Jeff Tournament
Pool Play

Granada Hills (LA) 71, Kennedy (LA) 70 --Manny Cortez scored 18 points, including a pair of game-winning free throws with 19 seconds left for Granada Hills (4-5). Markeith Wheeler scored 22 points for Kennedy.

Grant (LA) 61, Eagle Rock (LA) 43 --Gino Riney scored 26 points for Grant (3-3). Riney was a one-man show for the Lancers (3-3), also picking off 10 steals and dishing out six assists. Grant held the Eagles to six first-quarter points and led by 23 at the end of the third quarter before a bench-clearing substitution.

University (LA) 84, Van Nuys (LA) 53 -- Ruben Boykin had 27 points to lead University (6-1).

Poly (LA) 66, Cleveland (LA) 63 (OT)--Nick Young had 22 points and 14 rebounds for Cleveland (3-4) in a losing effort against Poly (4-4). Edmin Johnson scored with seconds remaining in regulation for Cleveland to send the game into overtime. David Lopez, who had five assists, hit two free throws with four seconds left in overtime to give the Parrots of Sun Valley (4-4) their final points, forcing the Cavaliers of Reseda (2-4) to take a 35-foot shot that missed at the buzzer. Adam Townsend and Emilio Sandoval each had 17 points for Poly. Townsend had 15 rebounds and Sandoval had six steals and four assists.


Boron Tournament
Semifinals

Kern Valley 48, Frazier Mountain 47 --Kyle Ludington hit a shot at the buzzer to give Kern Valley (5-1) the victory.

Lucerne Valley 43, Immanuel Christian 34


City Of Palms Classic (Ft. Meyers, Florida)
Second Round

Westchester 88, Miami Christian 55 --Keith Everage had 17 points and seven rebounds to help lift Westchester (7-0) into Friday's semifinals. Westchester, ranked No. 1 USA Today, led Miami Christian (9-2) at halftime, 51-27. Weschester's Brandon Heath had 15 points and three steals, while Trevor Ariza added 12 rebounds. Westchester (7-0) started the game with a 30-13 first-quarter run and never looked back, holding a 51-27 advantage at halftime. Scott Cutley Ariza added 11 for Westchester, which advanced to Friday's semifinals. Miami Christian is 9-2.


Garden Grove Tournament
Pool Play

Century 39, Whitney 28 --David Sok had 14 points to lead Century (6-3). Whitney is 5-5.

Estancia 65, Whittier Christian 36--Jorge Prado made four three-pointers and had 24 points and six assists, and Fernando Maldonado chipped in with 13 points for Estancia (5-4).  Coach Chris Sorce's Eagles will face high-flying Orange (9-0) in the championship semifinals Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Western. Estancia and Orange are two of the tournament's four pool winners. Estancia, also led by senior guard Fernando Maldonado's 13 points, finished 21 of 24 from the foul line (88%), including 11 of 12 in the first half.   In the third quarter, Prado scored 10 straight points for Estancia, ignited by a three-pointer with 5:47 left in the period and capped by another three-pointer with 3:39 on the clock to give the Eagles a 47-23 lead. Joey Lindquist (eight rebounds), a 6-7 junior, scored on a putback with 3:14 to play to crown the Eagles' second-half opening 16-4 run. Estancia 19 14 24 8 - 65 Whittier Christian 7 12 9 8 - 36 Estancia - Prado 24, Maldonado 13, Novak 8, Snell 5, Bradshaw 0, Valdes 3, Lindquist 5, Pinto 7, Anderson 0.3-pt. goals - Prado 4, Maldonado 1, Snell 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Whittier Christian - Underwood 4, Hogue 13, Albeanu 6, Santos 4, Oliaie 1, Duncan 4, Torres 4. 3-pt. goals - Albeanu 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none

Western 66, Oxford Academy 38--Josh Winningham scored 16 points with 12 rebounds for the Pioneers (7-3).


Hemet West Valley "Mustang Shootout" Tournament
First Round

Elsinore 65, Perris 47 --Travon Keahey had 24 for Elsinore (9-2). Elsinore outscored Perris 30-10 in the third quarter to win a first-round game of the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley. Senior forward Travon Keahey scored 16 of his game-high 24 points in the quarter. Keahey made a season-high five three-pointers and had five steals. William Hunt added 12 rebounds and four blocks for the Tigers.  Elsinore (9-2) -- Keahey 24, M.Green 5, Cirilo 2, Hunt 4, Wolter 7, Allen 8, Foster 1, Saaverda 3, Banda 2, Weeks 8, Strausheim 1.  Perris -- Ndukwe 8, McNulty 2, Robinson 4, Percival 2, Hunter 7, Green 8, Brown 7, Gaines 9. Halftime score -- Elsinore 24-14. Three-point goals -- Keahey 5, Allen 2, Gaines, Ndukwe 2. Total fouls -- Elsinore 24, Perris 19. Fouled out -- Hunt, Wolter.

Valley View 68, Bloomington 51 -- Valley View (4-5) -- Nwigw'e 8, Overton 8, Castille 11, Kalapaca 8, Rogers 13, White 1, Barrett 10, Slaughter 9.  Bloomington (4-5) -- Thomas 23, Davis 10, Bradley 9, Salas 3, Poulsun 6.  Halftime score -- Valley View 34-27. Three-point goals -- Nwigw'e, Castille, Rogers, Thomas, Davis 2. Total fouls -- Valley View 13, Bloomington 18. Fouled out -- Davis.

Moreno Valley 79, Serrano 53 -- Darryl Barnett scored a game-high 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting as Moreno Valley defeated Phelan Serrano in the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley. Devery Butler had 13 points and five steals and Tim Bundy added eight assists and four steals for the Vikings.  Moreno Valley (7-4) -- Griego 2, Bundy 4, Barnett 24, Butler 13, Nicholson 2, Marshall 10, Pierce 1, Acevedo 8, McNiel 3, Jones 4, Dillon 8. Serrano (2-9) -- Ryder 6, Pratt 6, Stanke 2, Moen 15, Duvall 4, Wells 8, Kielman 6, Blakely 4, Young 2.  Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 40-24. Three-point goals -- Butler, Barnett 2, Kielman 2. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 14, Serrano 7. Fouled out -- none.

Rubidoux 78, San Jacinto 47 -- Rubidoux outscored San Jacinto 41-18 in the second half to win a first-round game of the Mustang Shootout at Hemet West Valley. Rubidoux -- Lindsay 8, Clem 12, Henry 3, Green 18, Allen 6, Andrade 10, Sacramento 5, Frazier 2, Iverson 4, Perry 10. San Jacinto -- Medina 14, Hyland 20, Davis 2, Sequiros 8, Jordan 0, Walker 3.  Halftime score -- Rubidoux 37-29. Three-point goals -- Lindsay 2, Clem 3, Henry, Green 3, Medina, Sequiros, Walker. Total fouls -- Rubidoux 19, San Jacinto 18. Fouled out -- none.


Irvine HS "Irvine World News" Tournament
Quarterfinals

Santa Margarita 62, Keppel 37 --Travis Smith had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead Santa Margarita (9-0). :In two tournament games, the Eagles have outscored their opponents, 134-64.

Cajon 59, Stockdale (Bakersfield) 41-- San Bernardino Cajon 6-foot-2 senior forward Andre Payne scored 15 of his 20 points in the first half and the Cowboys defeated Bakersfield Stockdale in the quarterfinals of the Irvine World News Classic. Cajon faces Santa Margarita in the semifinals Friday at 7:30 p.m. Cajon (7-1) -- Morris 14, Silvas 6, Danridge 2, Porter 2, Payne 20, Cooper 4, Gasaway 2, Lewis 4, Clark 5. Stockdale (7-2) -- Becty 9, Robertson 10, Thompson 6, Chan 2, Makehed 2, Reese 9, Doverspike 3.   Halftime score -- Cajon 36-14. Three-point goals -- Morris 2, Clark, Doverspike, Becty. Total fouls -- Cajon 16, Stockdale 12. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.

University 86, Tustin 69--The Trojans (6-3) were hot from behind the arc, making 10 three-point shots at home. Jon Asnon scored 20 points and Bobby Gomez added 18, and both made four three-pointers.

Northwood 61, Ridgcrest Burroughs 50 - Drew Terry's 24 points helped the Timberwolves (7-2) at home.

Woodbridge 39, Edison 37-- Cole Edmondson scored 13 points and David Burgess added 12 points and 13 rebounds as the Warriors (8-1) narrowly avoided the upset against the Chargers (5-3) at home.

Dana Hills 74, Jurupa Valley 58--The Dolphins (7-3), paced by Mike Mooney's 17 points, won a consolation-bracket game.Dana Hills (7-3) -- Sweeney 3, Wanberg 2, Ghandari 9, Mooney 15, Kerns 15, Mitchell 13, Camp 2, Marshburn 5, Kaplan 5, Duerncier 5. Jurupa Valley (6-6) -- Brito 6, Wright 6, Frias 18, West 5, Zucca 10, Jones 6, Ayala 3, Garcia 3, Gard 1.  Halftime score -- Dana Hills 35-25. Three-point goals -- Sweeny, Kaplan, Ghandari, Marshburn, Mitchell 2, Brito 2, Frias, West, Jones. Total fouls -- Dana Hills 16, Jurupa Valley 24. Fouled out -- none

Huntington Beach 66, St. Paul 60 --Huntington Beach made 10 of 12 free throws down the stretch to seal the victory. Rudy Serna had 23 points, including seven three-pointers for St. Paul (4-6).

Irvine 67, Nogales 60 --Joel Bradford had 19 points to lead Irvine (3-7). Jeff Koga had 14 points for Nogales (3-6)

 


Kamehameha Classic (Hawaii)

King Kamehameha (HI) 35, Chula Vista (San Diego) 33-- Chula Vista 14 10  5  4 -- 33 Kamehameha  9  7  9 10 -- 35 Chula Vista (3-3)--Davies 4, Stribling 8, Milligan 16, Keith 4, Flowers 1. Kamehamaha--Lucrisla 6, Noa 2, Easley 11, Willis 2, Tom 4, Jones 8, Petterson 2. Three-point goals -- Lucrisla 2, Stribling 2.


Kentucky Bluegrass Tournament
First Round

Austin East 74, Dorsey 73 --Dorsey (6-2) was playing without five players, who were benched because of their involvement in a fight during a game against Serra on Saturday.

 


La Canada Tournament
Pool Play

Moorpark 57, Glendale 55--A last-second shot by Koorosh Adibzadeh lifted Moorpark (6-2). Jose Rodriguez led Moorpark with 17 points. Tony Munoz tied the game with a three-pointer with 14 seconds left for Glendale (3-5). Isa Hall scored 18 points and Riley Van Patten added 14 for Glendale. Jose Rodriguez scored 17 for Moorpark.   Moorpark 9 16 15 17 -- 57 Glendale 14 16 12 13 -- 55 MOORPARK--Rodriguez 17 and 12 rebounds, Adibzadeh 11, Lawrence 10, Nystrom 8, Willis 6, Fitzwater 2, Fortman 2, Ceja 1. Three-pointers: Nystrom 2, Adibzadeh, Willis. GLENDALE--Hall 18, 12 rebounds and 3 blocks, Van Patten 14, Munoz 13, Nicolas 6, Soulat 4. Three-pointers: Munoz 3, Nicolas 2

Muir 96, Verdugo Hills 48 --Owen Duckworth scored 18 points for Muir (9-0).   Daniel Dingman and Daniel Figueroa both had nine points for the Dons (4-9), who fell in Wednesday's pool-play game at La Canada High. Lucas Macauley added eight points and seven rebounds for Verdugo Hills, which trailed, 53-18, at halftime. Muir (9-0) shot 38 of 78 (48.7%) from the field and had five players score in double figures, led by Jamaal Hall and Owen Duckworth, who both had 18 points. The Dons -- who committed 22 turnovers -- fell to 0-8 against CIF Southern Section opponents.

La Canada 83, St. Francis 41-- The Spartans hit 13 first-quarter field goals -- four less than St. Francis did the entire game -- and forced 15 first-half turnovers as they rolled to an 83-41 pool-play victory at home in the 11th annual La Canada Holiday Basketball Classic. La Canada (7-1) -- which had all 13 players score at least two points -- advanced to the semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday against Torrance Bishop Montgomery (5-2), last year's tournament and CIF Division III state champion. St. Francis (2-2) -- which trailed, 61-12, with 3:57 left in the third quarter -- will host Verdugo Hills, a 96-48 loser to Muir on Wednesday, at 6 tonight in a fifth-place semifinal game.  For the second straight game, Billy Hofman led the Spartans, tallying 15 points, seven assists and three steals. Robbie Neyland had 14 points and Mark Moore added 12 points and nine rebounds for La Canada. After averaging 30.3 points through his first three games, St. Francis senior forward Chris Miller was held to nine and didn't make his first field goal until 1:14 left in the third quarter. Elliot Jones also had nine for the Golden Knights, who had eight of their 11 players score. St. Francis 6 2 18 15 -- 41 La Canada 28 17 23 15 -- 83 ST. FRANCIS -- Jones 9, Miller 9 and 7 rebounds, Reyes 8, Davies 6, Rucker 3, Mc Bride 2, Menzies 2, Orlandini 2.  Three-pointers: Jones, Rucker. LA CANADA -- Hofman 15, 7 assists and 3 steals, Neyland 14, Moore 12 and 9 rebounds, Khan 8, Kim 8 and 3 steals, Coetzee 6, Gaudino 4 and 7 rebounds, Van Valer 4, Scott 3, Vargas 3, Coleman 2, Spiecker 2, Wang 2.  Three-pointers: Neyland 2, Hofman, Khan, Kim, Scott, Vargas


Lahainaluna Maui Invitational Tournament
First round

Rancho Verde 68, Lanai 47 -- Moreno Valley Rancho Verde went on an 18-5 run in the first quarter and maintained a significant lead to win in the first round of the Lahainaluna Classic in Maui. Rancho Verde advances to face Stracona of Canada today at 2 p.m. Lanai, Hawaii -- Ozoa 0, Delacruz 2, Javier 2, A.Sanchez 2, Alconcel 8, R.Sanchez 22, Dauris 7, Cabico 4.  Rancho Verde (3-8) -- Nogueira 5, Knight 4, Singfield 7, Green 7, Williams 2, Winston 12, Jones 8, Buckle 6, Hillman 10, Carson 4, Miller 3. Halftime score -- Rancho Verde 37-17. Three-point goals -- R.Sanchez 5, Nogueira, Green, Singfield 2, Miller. Total fouls -- Lanai 11, Rancho Verde 12. Fouled out -- none.

 


Mission Prep Christmas Classic
First Round

Sylmar (LA City) 86, Bakersfield 82 (2OT) --Louis Darby and Jeff Morse combined for all nine of Sylmar’s points in the second overtime as the Spartans beat the Drillers. Darby had five points in the second overtime and Morse had four.  Both finished with 22 points, while teammate Frank Robinson added 19.Bakersfield had three big scorers — Roy Armstrong with 16 points, C.J. Woolfolk with 15 and Ryan Padilla with 14.

Dillard (Fla) 73, J.W. North (Riverside, CA) 62-- Brandon Tobias scored nine of his 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Panthers held off the Huskies. Tobias, a University of Arkansas recruit, was the go-to guy down the stretch for a Dillard team ranked No. 39 nationally. The Panthers also had 22 points from Jimmy Tobias and 17 from Harry Turner. North’s Abundio Esquivel had 20 points and Ron Howard 19.

Eisenhower (Rialto, CA) 88, Edison (Fresno, CA) 59 --Johnny Dukes had 22 points to lead Eisenhower (6-0). Cory McJimson scored 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as Rialto Eisenhower defeated Fresno Edison in the first round of the Mission Prep Christmas Classic at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo. Johnny Dukes added 10 rebounds and five blocks for Eagles, who opened the game with a 27-7 run. Eisenhower plays Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard, Florida's two-time defending state champion.  The Eagles had a big first quarter in their opening-round game. Eisenhower scored 27 points in the quarter, taking a 20-point lead, and had little trouble with Edison. Johnny Dukes, the Eagles’ 6-7 senior center, finished with 22 points, while teammate Cory McJimson had 19 and Sean Marshall had 15. Edison was led by Jerome Ireland’s 15 points and Kevin Tatum’s 13.Eisenhower (6-0) -- Nelson 8, McJimson 19, Marshall 18, Dukes 22, Moss 4, Shields 6, Burke 7, Massengale 2, Jones 2.  Edison (4-2) -- Ireland 15, Whitten 2, Fulman 4, Tatum 13, Mitchell 5, Sims 7, George 2, Haner 6, Elsaser 4, Rose 1. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 47-25. Three-point goals -- Nelson 2, Marshall, Dukes, Haner 2. Total fouls -- Eisenhower 17, Edison 21. Fouled out -- none.

Washington Union (Fresno) 56, El Cajon Christian (San Diego) 45 (OT) --Javance Coleman had 24 points and nine rebounds as the Panthers knocked off the Patriots in overtime. Coleman and Marvin Carraway carried Washington Union in the overtime period. Coleman had eight points and Carraway added four.  Ben Wohlfeil led El Cajon Christian with 12 points, while brother Jake Wohlfeil added 10. Washington Union held Kansas recruit Moulaye Niang to just eight points and seven rebounds. Niang fouled out at the start of the fourth quarter. Wash. Union 11 10 12  8 15 -- 56 Christian 10  8 12 11  4 -- 45  Washington Union (7-1) -- O'Neill 11, Caraway 11, Gooch 5, Coleman 21, Jones 2, Graham 6. Christian (4-2) -- Paddock 6, Singleton 2, J. Wohlfeil 8, Dongell 2, Wai 7, B. Wohlfeil 12, Naing 8.

Richmond (California) Kennedy 72, Archbishop Carroll 68 --The Eagles had a big offensive second half, beating a team that had been ranked No. 11 nationally in one preseason poll. Kennedy came from 15 points behind at half to win.  Eagles senior guard Jevon Doss scored 26 points and junior forward Devin Peal had 22 and 13 rebounds.

Crenshaw 72, Santa Barbara 48 --Marcus Williams tied a tournament record with 13 assists as the defending tournament champions rolled past Santa Barbara. Williams finished the game with 10 points, but helped 11 teammates reach the scoring totals.  Onye Ibekwe had 14 points and nine rebounds, while Terrence Jones had 11 points. Santa Barbara sophomore Taylor Tochestie had 13 points and teammate Michael Fisher added 10 points and seven rebounds. The Dons committed 15 second-half turnovers as the Cougars ran away with a first-round victory at the Mission Prep Tournament.  Santa Barbara will play Christian School of El Cajon, featuring Kansas-bound Moulaye Niang, at 12:30 p.m. today at Cal Poly. CRENSHAW--Williams 10, Brown 5, Thomspon 11, Aro 2, King 8, Small 2, Taylor 2, Finister 2, Jones 11, Ivekwe 14, Middleton 2. Totals 30 6-8 72. SANTA BARBARA--Rochesti 13, Maloney 6, Bogan 6, Fisher 10, Aguirre 4, Heckman 9. Totals 16 11-14 48.   Crenshaw . . . 14 13 22 18 -- 72 Santa Barbara . . . 9 19 10 10 -- 48 3-point goals -- C 3 (Thompson 3), SB 5 (Rochesti 3, Maloney 1, Bogan 1). Total fouls--C 12, SB 15. Fouled out--none. Technicals--none

Lompoc 79 Mission Prep 77--Joel Smith had 34 points for Lompoc in the first round win. Mission Prep, 5-3 this season, plays today at 2 p.m. against Archbishop Carroll of Washington D.C. The latest in Mission Prep’s string of first-round tournament disappointments had the Royals pull to within two points, 79-77, on a Brent Walker three-pointer with 20 seconds to play.  Lompoc’s Joel Smith inbounded the ball to Chris Lynwood. The ball went off Lynwood and back to Smith, who was standing out of bounds.  Possession went back to Mission Prep. But in the final seconds Pierre Djinki missed a 15-foot jump shot and though teammate Cody Quinton rebounded, he had his shot blocked by Smith.  Djinki scored 25 points for Mission Prep, while Gerald Purify of Mission Prep had 22

Long Beach Poly 88 Canyon (Anaheim) 77--Marcedes Lewis scored 25 points for the Jackrabbits in their first round win over Canyon Anaheim.

 


Oak Park Tournament
First Round

Dos Pueblos 71, Calabasas 60 --Senior Jonathan Pickert scored 29 of his game-high 34 points in the second half Wednesday as the Dos Pueblos High boys basketball team topped Calabasas 71-60 Wednesday in the first round of the Oak Park Tournament.   DP (6-2) advances to play Hueneme at 6 p.m. today at Oak Park High. Pickert was 13-of-13 from the line in the second half, helping the Chargers come back from a 26-21 halftime deficit.  DP's Steve Graybill finished with 12 points, nine assists, six rebounds and five steals while teammate John Ramsdell added 10 points and seven rebounds.   CALABASAS -- Malaesta 11, S. Saunders 18, Wilson 22, Cohn 5, J. Saunders 6, Simmons 5, Cannon 5. Totals 18 13-18 60. DOS PUEBLOS -- Friesen 2, Pickert 34, Graybill 12, Ramsdell 10, Glick 8, Iden 8. Totals 22 19-24 71. Calabasas . . . 10 16 22 12 -- 60 Dos Pueblos . . . 12 9 26 24 -- 71  3-point goals -- C 3 (Malaesta 2, S. Saunders 1), DP 6 (Pickert 3, Graybill 2, Glick 1). Totals fouls -- C 13, DP 19. Fouled out--none. Technicals--none. Records--C 7-3; DP 6-2.

Hueneme 77, Royal 54 -- Deshion Inniss scored 24 points as Hueneme beat Royal, 77-54, in the first round of the tournament Wednesday night. Matthew Sanders scored 13 points and grabbed a team-high nine rebounds for Hueneme (3-5).   Joel Hendershot led Royal with 17 points. Michael Nielson and Kyle Vondrack each contributed 16 points for Royal, but it wasn't enough as Royal was outscored 47-23 in the second and third quarters. Royal (54) -- Johnson 2, Lafferty 1, Hendershot 17, Nielson 16, Canady 3, Vondrak 16.  Hueneme (77) -- Sanchez 2, Pinkard 4, Arevalo 4, Inniss 24, Lugo 11, Fuller 1, Hernandez 2, Lemos 4, Forbes 5, Ward 5, Sanders 13, Tolentino 2. Royal 13 13 10 18--54  Hueneme 16 23 24 14--77 3-Point goals -- Royal 4 (Nielson 2 Hendershot, Canady). Hueneme 5 (Inniss 3, Lugo, Ward). Fouled out -- None. Rebounds -- Hueneme 31 (Sanders 9). Assists -- Hueneme 16 (Arevalo 6). Total fouls -- Royal 20, Hueneme 23.

Oak Park 77, Alemany 46 --Oak Park (6-2) was led by Grant Smith who had a game-high 24 points and Nick Smith added 16 points for Oak Park. Oak Park outscored Alemany 26-4 in the first quarter. Alex Ingram led Alemany with 15 points Alemany (46) -- Saethong 2, Solorzaho 2, Mendoza 4, Freire 2, Gonzalez 8, Ingram 15, O'Hare 4, Kratechuil 1, Edwards 8. Oak park (77) -- G.Smith 24, McNair 13, Kezelman 2, Winningham 6, Tom 4, Webb 1, Klein 9, McKeegan 2, N. Smith 16.  Alemany 4 15 16 11--46 Oak Park 26 19 17 15--77 3-Point goals -- Oak Park 5 (G. Smith 3, McNair, Winningham). Fouled out -- None. Rebounds -- Alemany 15 (Ingram 5), Oak Park 35 (G. Smith 9). Total fouls -- Alemany 13, Oak Park 11.

St. Joseph Santa Maria 53, Channel Islands 51--Stewart Kussler scored 20 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Knights in the first round of the Oak Park Tournament. Anthony Silva added 12 points for St. Joseph (5-3).


Oaks Christian Tournament
Semifinals

Campbell Hall 45, St. Bonaventure 42 --Matt Llewelyn had 23 points to lead Campbell Hall (3-4) to the finals where it will play Oaks Christian. Clay Hertel and Ryan Dolinar each had 10 for St. Bonaventure (5-3). Llewellyn hit a 3-point basket with 32 seconds left to give the Vikings a 44-42 advantage after they squandered a 16-point first-half lead St. Bonaventure (42) -- Hertel, Barnard 6, Araiza 3, Dolinar 10, Cummings 6, Miller 1, Ragen 4, Fisher 2.  Campbell Hall (45) -- Harris 2, Kaplan 4, Liewelyn 23, Arolendeo 5, Miller 5, Breeker 7..  St. Bonaventure 10 5 14 13--42  Campbell Hall 19 12 7 7--45 3-Point goals -- SB 1 (Araiza 1), CH 4 (Liewelyn 2, Arolenzo 1, Breeker 1. Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- St. Bonaventure 18, Campbell Hall 17.

Oaks Christian 65, San Gabriel Academy 59 --The Oaks Christian High boys' basketball team kept its perfect record intact Wednesday thanks to a lift from Brandon Denham and Aron Cline in a 65-59 victory over San Gabriel Academy in the Oaks Christian tournament semifinals. Denham and Cline combined for 10 points down the stretch to help the Lions of Westlake Village (9-0) overcome a 10-point first-half lead by the Eagles (6-2).  With Oaks Christian trailing 54-51, Cline scored six points in a row for a 57-54 lead with 2:23 to play. Mike Hornbuckle had 19 points and brothers Sean and Craig Adams added 16 and 12 points, respectively, for Oaks Christian, which will face Campbell Hall of North Hollywood for the title tonight at 7:30. Nick Rosas finished with 18 points and nine rebounds and Jason Killebrew scored eight points and blocked five shots for the Eagles, who came up short against the Lions. San Gabriel (59) -- Kaiter 8, Rosas 18, Doninguez 5, Villanueva 4, Piranaino 1, Oscos 15, Baker 2, Yeon 6. Oaks Christian (65) -- Freeman 2, Agedessian 1, Denham 8, Guilliania 4, Klein 5, Hornbuckle 18, C. Adams 10, S. Adams 18.  San Gabriel Acad. 17 15 13 14--42 Oaks Christ. 11 18 16 20--45 3-Point goals -- SGA 3 (Rosas 1, Dominguez 1, Oscos 1), OC 1 (Hornbuckle 1). Fouled out -- None. Total fouls -- SGA 20, OC 14.

Consolation

West Valley Christian 48, Cornerstone Christian 25 --Cornerstone Christian (3-6) -- At Cornerstone Christian, Patrick Miller scored 10 points and had four rebounds. Josiah Reed had five rebounds.  Cornerstone Christ. (26) -- Singer 3, Lee 2, T. Miller 5, Hackney 0, June 2, Karaly 0. P. Miller 10, Reed 3. West Valley (48) -- George 7, Deghl 10, Wilson 9, Johanblod 20, Polcyn 2.  Cornerstone C. 4 9 6 6--25  West Valley 13 17 13 5--48 Team record -- Cornerstone Christian 3-6.

Hillcrest (Thousand Oaks) 38, Brethren Christian 35--no details available.

 


Orangewood Academy Tournament
Semifinals

Calvary Chapel Murrieta 87, Liberty Christian 48-- Luke Wilkerson had a triple-double and fell just short of a quadruple-double as he totaled 20 points, 11 rebounds 10 assists and nine steals to lead Murrieta Calvary Chapel past Huntington Beach Liberty Christian in the semifinals of the Holiday Hoopla at Garden Grove Orangewood Academy. The Warriors play Tarzana Stoneridge Prep in the championship game at 8:30 tonight. The Warriors raced to an 87-48 victory over Huntington Beach Liberty Christian on Wednesday, setting up an appearance in today's final of the Orangewood Academy tournament.   Ryan Evans scored 20 points, and Noah Denny had 15 points and eight rebounds Calvary Chapel (8-3) -- Wilkerson 20, R.Evans 20, L.Evans 7, No.Denny 15, C.Gausepohl 2, Spousta 7, Elder 2, Na.Denny 1, D.Gausepohl 6, Votaw 5, Harvey 2.  Liberty Christian -- Doney 19, Bond 13, Pickering 3, Sasaki 2, Branch 1, J.Sasaki 2, Southworth 3, Burch 5. Halftime score -- Calvary Chapel 42-22. Three-point goals -- L.Evans 2, No.Denny 3, Doney 4, Bond 3. Total fouls -- Calvary Chapel 14, Liberty Christian 19. Fouled out -- none.

Stoneridge Prep 128, L.A. Adventist 35 --Leon Usher had a season-high 40 points, (32 in the first half) including eight three-pointers, to lead Stoneridge (9-3) into the championship game against Murrieta Calvary Chapel. Mike Nang scored 33 points and James Spencer added 23 more as Stoneridge scored 46 in the first quarter. Stoneridge Prep will face Calvary Chapel of Murrieta for the championship Thursday night at 8:30.


San Bernardino Tournament
Championship

Apple Valley 69, Rim of the World 59-- Jamal Holden  a 6-foot-3 senior guard, earned tournament most valuable player honors, scoring 18 points against the Fighting Scots.    Will Logan scored 16 for Apple Valley. Forward Carlton Murray and forward Jimmy Bailey, a transfer from Wilson Creek and last year's county scoring leader, each added nine points for Apple Valley, while Alex Harris added eight. Jason Bruton, a 6-3 senior center, led Rim (4-6) with 15 points, Oliver scored 13 and senior guard Jon Jurado had 12.

Third Place

Lancaster 67, La Sierra 62 --Michael Webb scored 28 points for Lancaster (8-4)

Fifth Place ]

San Bernardino 107, Foshay 59 --San Bernardino High School beat Foshay Learning Center 107-59 on Wednesday to escape finishing last in its own tournament. Walter White, a 6-foot-4 senior guard, scored 18 points to lead the Cardinals and was backed by 6-6 junior forward Kybree Edmonds and 6-8 senior center Keylon Daniels with 15 points each. San Bernardino, which forfeited to Rim of the World earlier in the tourney (no officials) also got 13 points from 6-0 junior guard Eric Thaxton


San Diego County Kiwanis Tournament
First Round
Gold Division

Corona Centennial 87, Southwest (San Diego) 65--Lance Soderberg had 23 points and J.R. Reese added 18 points and 16 assists for Centennial (6-0).  Corona Centennial jumped out to a 24-point first-quarter lead largely behind the socring of Lance Soderberg, J.R. Reese, Dimitrius Alexander and Kevin Rogers on to win a first-round game of the San Diego Kiwanis Tournament. Reese had 10 rebounds and 16 assists and Lance Soderberg had 11 rebounds. Centennial plays the winner of West Hills Chaminade-San Diego Bishop tonight at 8:15.  Centennial (6-0) -- L.Soderberg 23, Alexander 15, Rogers 12, Reese 18, Peppers 6, Davis 2, B.Soderberg 3, Brisman 4, Woodard 2, Williams 2.   Southwest (5-2) -- Frijas 4, Backley 2, Cortez 7, Ramirez 21, Leon 18, Cloria 6, Thomas 4, Tucker 2. Halftime score -- Centennial 46-33. Three-point goals -- L.Soderberg, Reese 2, Ramirez 4, Leon 2. Total fouls -- Centennial 20, Southwest 14. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none.

Chaminade (CIF-SS) 55, La Jolla Bishop's (SD) 52 --Dion Cook had 22 points for Chaminade (7-1). Chaminade 12 16  9 18 -- 55 Bishop's 13 17 11 11 -- 52 Chaminade -- Everett 7, Ayesdarko 13, Hiraiwa 2, Jones 5, Cook 22, Rink 4, Todd 2.   Bishop's -- Richardson 4, Smith 24, Nieto 16, Grimm 6, Fraley 2.   Three-point goals -- Nieto 2.

San Diego (SD) 78, Mar Vista (SD) 42-- San Diego 17 12 17 32 -- 78 Mar Vista  8 10  9 15 -- 42  San Diego -- Littleton 16, Black 5, Rockett 7, Hollingsworth 2, Hiseman 10, Lepe 2, Limuel 4, Potter 2, Shyer 15, Riley 13, Glenn 2.  Mar Vista -- Curry 13, Garado 2, Meyer 8, Jones 2, Camper 8, Yemane 2, Guzman 5.

Torrey Pines 80, Central Union (SD) 40--Torrey Pines converted 36 of 66 shots from the field for 54.5 percent while Central Union made just 18 of 60 shots for 30 percent.Kyle Cech had 7 points and four assists in his season debut for Torrey Pines. J.J. Brull led with 24 points and 10 rebounds and Rod Benson with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 7 blocks. TORREY PINES (80) ---- Cooper 2, Sheedy 2, Cech 7, Kramer 5, Neff 6, Johnson 6, Pigott 2, Fogel 4, Lowenthal 3, Brull 24, Benson 17, Erion 2. FG 36. FT 5-6.  CENTRAL UNION (40) ---- Robles 6, Porter 2, Guerrero 4, Martinez 3, Sabal 8, Henderson 2, Loop 2, Fernandez 7, McSee 6. FG 18. FT 2-5. Torrey Pines 24 14 18 24 ---- 80  Central Union 6 10 15 9 ---- 40  Total fouls ---- Torrey Pines 6. Central Union 6. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Kramer (TP) 2, Lowenthal (TP) 1, Cech (TP) 1, Fernandez (CU) 1, Martinez (CU) 1. Records: Torrey Pines 6-0. Central Union 0-6.

Poway (SD) 74, Oceanside (SD) 67--  OCEANSIDE (67) ---- Bennett 4, Harris 11, Rollins 20, Wilson 16, Bruce 6, Kennedy 3, Byrd 7. FG 25. FT 12-18. POWAY (74) ---- Heer 2, Hall 22, Wiggins 27, Jergensen 9, Wealch 8, Soliven 6. FG 23. FT 22-31.   Oceanside 12 18 24 13 ---- 67 Poway 21 16 22 15 ---- 74  Total fouls ---- Oceanside 23, Poway 17. Fouled out ---- Bruce (O), Byrd (O). Technical fouls ---- Poway bench, Wiggins (P). 3-point goals ---- Hall (P) 4, Rollins (O) 4, Wealch (P) 2, Harris (O) 1.  Records: Oceanside 3-4. Poway 5-3.

Lincoln Academy (SD) 76, Serra (SD) 69-- Lincoln 20  9 22 25 -- 76 Serra 24 19 12 14 -- 69  Lincoln--McGuire 15, Co. Jones 4, Davis 27, Hardy 2, Payne 20, L. Smith 2, Harris 4, Cox 1, Fultz 5, Dillion 6, Deshotelf 8. Serra (2-4)--McKinney 13, Frye 7, Simpson 23, Toomata 9, Rogers 3, Pitts 6, Yadzi 2, Wills 6. Three-point goals -- McKinney 2, Pitts 2, Davis 2, Dillion 2.

La Jolla (SD) 43, Rancho Bernardo (SD) 40- Rancho Bernardo  7 12  8 13 -- 40 La Jolla  6 13  8 16 -- 43  Rancho Bernardo -- Gateo 8, Whener 4, Badin 2, Kisner 5, Olson 10, Strong 6, Laforigae 3.  La Jolla -- Clark 2, Bettles 2, Carrier 3, Peddie 10, Moyer 26.

Escondido (SD) 71, Marian Catholic (SD) 51-- Lorenzo Keeler scored a season-high 30 points on 12-of-17 shooting. Chris Nelson added 10 rebounds for Escondido. MARIAN CATHOLIC (51) ---- Vargas 2, Reynoso 22, Scott 5, Lindsey 6, Valenzuela 3, Yeats 13. FG 21. FT 7-18. ESCONDIDO (71) ---- Bell 8, Fonseca 2, L.Keeler 30, Chandler 2, G.Keeler 2, Chapman 2, Barrett 1, Landy 2, Burgess 3, J.Keeler 7, Nelson 12. FG 27. FT 13-19. Marian Catholic 14 8 10 19 ---- 51  Escondido 19 18 19 15 ---- 71  Total fouls ---- Marian Catholic 14, Escondido 21. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Reynoso (MC) 1, Scott (MC) 1, Bell (E) 1, L.Keeler (E) 2, J.Keeler (E) 1.

First Round
Blue Division

San Marcos (SD) 87, Crawford (SD) 61-- The Knights received solid play from Kyle Moore. The guard connected on three 3-pointers, scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished six assists. Jamar Hendrix recorded his third straight double-double, scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. San Marcos 8-4. SAN MARCOS (87) ---- J. Boone 4, Farrel 4, Bomar 6, N. Boone 5, Hendrix 17, K. Moore 15, Boyd 7, Green 18, Kearney 5, T. Moore 6. FG 35. FT 12-15.  CRAWFORD (61) ---- Banks 8, Coleman 25, Jones 11, Egypt 6, Johnson 4, Graham 7. FG 21. FT 14-23.  San Marcos 21 26 19 21 ---- 87 Crawford 13 14 14 20 ---- 61 Total fouls ---- San Marcos 23, Crawford 13. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- K. Moore (SM) 3, Boyd (SM) 1, Green (SM) 1, Coleman (C) 4, Banks (C) 1.

Brawley (SD) 65, USDHS (SD) 59-- Brawley 10 19 15 21 -- 65 USDHS  7 15 22 15 -- 59 Brawley -- Corral 11, Rivera 15, Motter 2, Melendrez 12, Lofton 25. USDHS (5-5)-- Hoenig 9, Tucker 22, Cervantes 17, Stanbra 5, Cano 3, Williams 2, Hoffman 1. Three-point goals -- Rivera 2.

Mira Mesa (SD) 64, Madison 28-- Madison 9  4  8  7 -- 28 Mira Mesa 16 18 18 12 -- 64 Madison -- Kimble 1, D. Rios 4, Whaley 2, Amquist 8, Betofe 7, R. Rios 6. Mira Mesa -- Morgan 5, Brown 5, Ross 4, J.J. Schmidt 4, Ware 2, Kelly 6, Fields 2, Blake 7, Ambrose 2, Woods 6, Cooper 9, Joey Schmidt 6, DelosReyes 6. Three-point goals -- Kelly 2.

Hoover (SD) 63, Calexico 44-- Calexico 12  4 14 10 -- 44 Hoover 15 14 11 22 -- 63 Calexico -- Maldeonado 11, Marin 7, Ramsey 7, Mares 5, Johnson 5, Pesqueira 5, Flores 2, Gonzales 2. Hoover -- Spain 19, Maye 15, Forde 13, White 10, Fuller 4, Dooley 4.

Mission Bay (SD) 61, Valley Center (SD) 51-- Valley Center  8 18 11 14 -- 51 Mission Bay  9 17 16 19 -- 61 Valley Center -- Ness 4, Halda 8, Stedman 5, Woods 20, Reilly 10, Reden 2, Minshew 2. Mission Bay -- Daniels 4, Bussey 10, Hotaling 11, Barzoni 3, Parrott 23, Smith 10.   Three-point goals -- Woods 4, Hotaling 2, Parrott 2.


San Diego Serra & La Costa Canyon "Holiday Hoops" Tournament
First Round

@ Serra HS

Carlsbad (SD) 85, Orange Glen (SD0 55-- Derek Stockalper scored 32 points to lead Carlsbad (8-1) to the first round win over Orange Glen (1-5). ORANGE GLEN (55) ---- Tartir 21, Espinoza 16, Ponchetti 3, Cunning 8, McSpadden 4, Lemler 1, Breaux 2. FG 23. FT 7-12.  CARLSBAD (85) ---- Stockalper 32, Nelson 21, McDonnough 2, Alkazin 5, Martinez 4, Alsina 2, Sammons 9, Pashby 2, May 3, Marton 3. FG 30. FT 16-19.  Orange Glen 14 12 13 16 ---- 55 Carlsbad 20 25 23 17 ---- 85  Total fouls ---- Orange Glen 17, Carlsbad 15. Fouled out ---- Cunning (OG), Alsina (C). Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Nelson (C) 4, Sammons (C) 3, Tartir (OG) 2, Stockalper (C) 2.   Records: Orange Glen 1-5. Carlsbad 8-1.

Rancho Buena Vista (SD) 72, Trabuco Hills (CIF-SS0 67--  TRABUCO HILLS (67) ---- Tudor 22, Baggerly 6, Kupper 29, Borland 2, Corbett 4, Mee 4. FG 26. FT 6-7. RANCHO BUENA VISTA (72) ---- Turner 16, Cross 26, Castaneda 6, Johnson 15, Serafin 6, Molina 3. FG 25. FT 15-17.  Trabuco Hills 15 17 23 12 ---- 67  Rancho Buena Vista 20 16 18 18 ---- 72  Total fouls ---- Trabuco Hills 18, Rancho Buena Vista 10. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Kuper (TH) 5, Tudor (TH) 4, Turner (RBV) 4, Cross (RBV) 1, Johnson (RBV) 1, Molina (RBV) 1.  Records: Rancho Buena Vista 5-3.

@ La Costa Canyon HS

St. Augustine (SD) 70, San Clemente (CIF-SS) 57-- St. Augustine 21 11 21 17 -- 70 San Clemente 10 17 12 18 -- 57   St. Augustine (5-1)--Marentez 35, Orozco 9, Iafe 4, Dubenetsky 13, McRoskey 6, Silva 3. San Clemente--Kulcycki 2, Jones 15, Blackshire 11, Miller 1, Hutchins 3, King 2, Miller 5, Berenger 16, Rusinkovich 2. Three-point goals-- Merentez 6, Berenger 4, Orozco 3, Blackshire 2.

La Costa Canyon (SD) 98, Castle Park (SD) 51-- CASTLE PARK (51) ---- Harvey 7, Dowell 17, Bradford 16, Ransom 4, Armstrong 7. FG 17. FT 12-18. LA COSTA CANYON (98) ---- Hodil 11, O'Connell 10, Morgan 15, Delaney 13, Palmer 3, Olson 9, McDonough 6, Demkiw 11, Budinger 2, Jensen 7, Dyer 11. FG 37. FT 15-19. Castle Park 9 15 9 18 ---- 51  La Costa Canyon 14 32 22 30 ---- 98  Total fouls ---- Castle Park 17, La Costa Canyon 15. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Delaney (LCC) 3, Morgan (LCC) 3, Armstrong (CP) 2, Dowell (CP) 2, Demkiw (LCC) 1, Harvey (CP) 1, Hodil (LCC) 1, Palmer (LCC) 1. Records: La Costa Canyon 6-2.

 


San Diego Sweetwater "Lions Holiday Prep" Tournament
@ Sweetwater HS

Francis Parker (SD) 64, Windsor (Canada) 41-- Windsor 11  4 14 12 -- 41 Francis Parker 21 24 10  9 -- 64  Windsor -- Robinson 13, Law 8, Russell 8, Assadi 6, Mann 3, Hunt 3. Francis Parker (6-3) -- Moore 18, Christia 17, Hendershott 10, Nash 8, Varagic 4, Penrose 3, Giometti 2, Melton 2. Three-point goals -- Christia 2, Hendershott 2.  Noteable: FP 15-15 free-throws.

Morse (SD) 59, San Pasqual (SD) 56-- SAN PASQUAL (56) ---- Johanson 4, Raykopf 1, Kara 9, Fuselier 21, Adams 1, Weaver 6, Petrovic 12, Down 2. FG 20. FT 12-19. MORSE (59) ---- Champlee 11, Logan 10, Murray 5, Guerrero 16, Moore 8, Bivins 2, Reddick 7. FG 24. FT 5-12.  San Pasqual 18 11 13 14 ---- 56  Morse 22 15 11 11 ---- 59   Total fouls ---- San Pasqual 14, Morse 19. Fouled out ---- Kara (SP). Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Guerrero (M) 5, Fuselier (SP) 2, Petrovic (SP) 1, Weaver (SP) 1, Champlee (M) 1.  Records: San Pasqual 4-3. Morse 3-5.

Sweetwater (SD) 61, Patrick Henry (SD) 51-- Patrick Henry 10 13 13 15 -- 51 Sweetwater 12 14 18 17 -- 61  Patrick Henry -- Green 6, Briones 6, Mishler 4, Washington 23, Johnson 5, Martinez 6. Sweetwater -- Gonzales 3, Trujillo 22, Rosure 12, White 9, Wong 3, Simental 4, Meza 8.  Three-point goals -- Trujillo 3, Meza 2

 


Tri City Christian (SD) "Eagle Classic" Tournament

Borrego (SD) 51, Calipatria (SD) 41-- Calipatria  7 10 10 14 -- 41 Borrego 12 12  8 19 -- 51 Calipatria--Newton 4, J. Navarro 8, E. Navarro 14, Bolanos 1, Taylor 14. Borrego (9-2)--Aguilar 17, O'Brien 11, Bailey 2, Fogarty 10, Arellano 11. Three-point goals -- E. Navarro 4, Aguilar 2.

Tri-City Christian (SD) 65, Guajome Park (SD) 15-- GUAJOME (15) ---- Tate 2, Suyat 6, Singleton 5, Braflin 2. FG 5. FT 2-4. TRI-CITY CHRISTIAN (65) ---- M. Harkness 10, Boerneke 7, Sanetrick 13, Kratz 8, DeVries 2, McKinley 8, Duran 9, T. Marinello 2, D.   Marinello 5, Dunn 1. FG 28. FT 7-14. Guajome 3 8 3 1 ---- 15  Tri-City Christian 17 14 12 22 ---- 65  Total fouls ---- Guajome 12, Tri-City Christian 9. Fouled out ---- none. Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Boerneke (T) 2, Suyat (G) 2, Singleton (G) 1.  Records: Guajome Park Academy 0-5. Tri-City Christian 7-0.


Washington Prep Holiday Tournament
First Round

Los Angeles 71, Manual Arts 69 (OT) --Eric Jones scored 23 points for Los Angeles (6-5).

San Diego Section Non-League  Games, Wednesday, 12/19/01

Army-Navy Academy (SD) 38, San Pasqual Academy 24--  SAN PASQUAL ACADEMY (24) ---- Canady 7, Murphy 5, Franklin 9, W. Johnson 1, Muntho 2. FG 9. FT 2-8. ARMY-NAVY (38) ---- Graham 9, Mueller 9, Yang 8, Schwarz 4, Hardy 8. FG 14. FT 10-15.  San Pasqual Academy 9 3 6 6 ---- 24 Army-Navy 9 9 8 12 ---- 38  Total fouls ---- San Pasqual Academy 18, Army-Navy 13. Fouled out ---- Canady (SPA), Franklin (SPA). Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Franklin (SPA) 2, Canady (SPA) 1, Murphy (SPA) 1.   Records: Army-Navy 1-5.

El Camino (SD) 71, Mt. Carmel (SD) 57-- Eric Clark had 11 rebounds and Michael Watson had seven assists for El Camino.  MT. CARMEL (57) ---- Burke 3, Mahoney 3, Robles 15, Clark 5, Knight 12, Valencia 7, Williams 6, Hartegan 6. FG 22. FT 12-22. EL CAMINO (71) ---- Watson 16, McCullough 10, Clark 19, Armstrong 7, Sprink 7, Walker 4, Bullard 2, 54257.htmlst 6. FG 26. FT 17-23. Mt. Carmel 9 11 22 15 ---- 57  El Camino 18 18 21 14 ---- 71 Total fouls ---- Mt. Carmel 18, El Camino 26. Fouled out ---- Prevost (EC), Armstrong (EC). Technical fouls ---- Clark (EC). 3-point goals ---- Watson (EC) 2, Mahoney (MC) 1.  Records: Mt. Carmel 3-5. El Camino 7-0.

El Capitan (SD) 80, Granite Hills (SD) 54--El Capitan 10 28 20 22 -- 80 Granite Hills 14 17  9 14 -- 54 El Capitan (2-7) -- Gregerson 3, Grant 12, Fisher 8, Hogue 2, Relph 35, Stephens 8, Boswell 12. Granite Hills (4-7) -- Davis 11, Elhabashy 8, Araya 2, Chase 12, Shammas 1, Hall 13, Fine 5, Heath 2.  Three-point goals -- Hall 3, Elhabashy 3.

Imperial (SD) 72, Mountain Empire (SD) 57-- Mtn. Empire 15 10 22 10 -- 57 Imperial 16 14 19 23 -- 73 Mtn. Empire (4-4)--Juarez 8, Persona 2, Keeran 7, Lass 7, Ma Hall 24, Mo Hall 9.  Imperial--Ramos 8, Lopez 13, Diaz 5, Jones 12, Muniz 8, Ratliff 11, Thomas 15. Three-point goals -- Keeran 2, Ma Hall 2, Thomas 2.

Monte Vista (SD) 49, Santana (SD) 48-- Santana 14 10 13 11 -- 48 Monte Vista 10 15 14 10 -- 49 Santana -- Lamoureux 5, Penn 28, Sturgill 11, Browning 4. Monte Vista (3-6) -- Wells 16, Yousif 11, Simpson 14, Snyder 2, Jennings 2, Ramer 4. Three-point goals -- Yousif 2, Simpson 2.

Mt Miguel (SD) 76, El Cajon 52-- El Cajon 18  6 12 16 -- 52 Mt. Miguel 15 15 21 25 -- 76 El Cajon (6-4)--Flemister 8, P. Taylor 4, Reed 28, Agana 4, Dubose 8. Mt. Miguel (7-4)--Ary 4, Johnson 23, Burties 2, Ballenger 6, Cox 9, Griffin 5, Singh 4, Street 7, Barber 14, Pujida 2.  Three-point goals -- Reed 2. 

West Hills (SD) 56, Valhalla (SD) 42--West Hills 12 15 14 15 -- 56 Valhalla  9 13  8 12 -- 42 West Hills--Henriksen 23, Hamann 10, Zizzo 9, Sutton 8, Miller 4, Doherty 2. Valhalla (3-9)--Stinnett 12, Sheppard 7, Hanna 6, Fowler 5, Gonzales 5, Rothlisberger 4, Jones 3. Three-point goals -- Hanna 2, Sutton. 


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