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LACC-Rockfish Spring League
Schedules & Rosters For This Weekend--(Mar. 13, 2002)

What:   LACC-Rockfish Spring League
When:  Saturday & Sunday
              March 16 & 17, 2002
Where: Los Angeles City College
Who:    Top Players From SoCal

The LACC-Rockfish Spring League will resume playing again this weekend and all games will be at Los Angeles City College, which is located at  855 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90029-3516.    Saturday is an SAT testing date, so the games won't start until 1:00 p.m. the first day, and they'll be played at both the men's and the women's gyms.    Sunday will see games start first thing in the morning at 9:00 a.m. and continue to about 9:00 p.m. with the end of the last game. 

The LACC-RSL is a unique spring league, different than any other league in the SoCal region.  It's so different in fact that Division I coaches (as well as all D-II, III, NAIA and JUCO coaches) will be receiving some news concerning the status of the league as it pertains to the NCAA's new rules regarding spring player evaluations.   We're not at liberty to release the contents of the letter they'll be getting, but suffice it to say, a lot of D-I coaches will be checking with their compliance people and we expect that there will be more than a few who come out in the next few weeks to do spring evaluations.  In the meantime, Division II, III, NAIA and JUCO coaches are and have always been welcome to attend, and we expect to see more than a few there this weekend checking out some of the best players in Southern California.

Here's the Saturday March 16, 2002 schedule:

Time LACC Men's Gym   LACC Women's Gym
1:00 p.m. Hammerheads v. Dolphins    
1:30 p.m.     Swordfish v. Bluefins
2:30 p.m. Hammerheads v. Orcas    
3:00 p.m.     Swordfish v. Inland
4:00 p.m. Barracudas v. H-Squad    
4:30 p.m.     Bluefins v. Dolphins
5:30 p.m. Orcas v. Barracudas    
7:00 p.m Inland v. H-Squad    

On Sunday, March 17, all of the games will be in the LA City College men's gym.  Here's the schedule:

Time LACC Men's Gym
9:00 a.m. Orcas v. Bluefins
10:30 a.m. Orcas v. Swordfish
12:00 noon Hammerheads v. Bluefins
1:30 p.m. IEBP v. Swordfish
3:00 p.m. Hammerheads v. Dolphins
4:30 p.m. Belmont Shore v. IEBP
6:00 p.m. Barracudas v. Dolphins
7:30 p.m. Belmont Shore v. Barracudas

LACC is easily reached from anywhere.   It's about three blocks north of the Hollywood Freeway (the 101).  Exit at Vermont and head north.  The school is located on the west side of Vermont, between Melrose on the south and Santa  Monica Boulevard on the north.  If you go past Santa Monica, you've gone too far.... There is on-campus parking.  Just remember that if you park on the street on Saturday, you'll have to feed the meters or pay the consequences.

There is an admission charge of $ 3 (good all day), but it's worth it.   We don't have the complete rosters for the "outside" teams (like IEBP, Inland, H-Squad, or Belmont Shore), and sometimes quite frankly, it seems that neither do the guys who run those teams either, but at least the Rockfish's own team rosters are somewhat settled in now.  Here are the players we know about who should be there this weekend (well, all but the few who will be competing at the State Regional Finals for schools like Price, Mater Dei, King, Westchester, LB Poly, Bishop Montgomery, Compton Centennial.  But even without those guys, there are still a ton of great players.  

10 Brian McFadden, 6'1, junior, Mayfair HS (Lakewood)
11 Chris Tarne, 6'2, senior, Crescenta Valley HS (La Crescenta)
12 Ralph Miley, 6'2, soph, Calvary Chapel HS (Downey)
14 Dino Wilburn, 6'2, senior, Pasadena HS
15 Anthony Phillips, 6'3, junior, Pasadena HS
21 Josh Flynn-Brown, 6'3, junior, Loyola HS (Los Angeles)
22 Arturas Lazdauskas, 6'5, frosh, Hollywood HS
30 Jonathan Heard, 6'6, soph, Manual Arts HS (Los Angeles)
32 Michael Earl, 6'7, junior, Diamond Ranch HS (Pomona)
33 Brandon James, 6'4, frosh, Kennedy HS (Granada Hills)
42 MacKenzie Clark, 6'8, senior, Pasadena HS
50 Paul Meynen, 7'0, senior, Redondo Union HS (Redondo Beach)
Jamal Bell, 6'0, soph, Manual Arts HS (Los Angeles)

1 Michael Gordon, 5'7, frosh, Centennial HS (Compton)
10 Jaime Lester, 6'1, soph, Victor Valley HS (Victorville)
11 Jimmy Goffredo, 6'1, junior, Crescenta Valley HS (La Crescenta)
12 Billy Hofman, 6'1, junior, La Canada HS
14 Marquise Dubose, 6'0, frosh, Dorsey HS (Los Angeles)
21 Hanif Madyun, 6'3, frosh, Crenshaw HS (Los Angeles)
24 Donald Wilson, 6'4, senior, Dorsey HS (Los Angeles)
33 Phillip Okonma, 6'9, junior, Antelope Valley Christian HS (Lancaster)
42 Andrew Bruckner, 6'9, junior, Valencia HS
44 Joseph Street, 6'8, soph, Burbank HS
Chris Childress, 6'6, junior, Mayfair HS (Lakewood)
Chris McRae, 6'5, junior, Carson HS
Bobby Weinberger, 6'2, Harvard-Westlake HS (Studio City)

1-Jarrod Tennant, 5'10, junior, Culver City HS
11-Jeremy Childs, 6'0, frosh, Los Alamitos HS
14-Robbie Haynes, 6'2, soph, Los Alamitos HS
15-Paul Porter, 6'2, junior, Bishop Amat HS (La Puente)
22-Frank Robinson, 6'3, senior, Sylmar HS
24-Gabriel Pruitt, 6'3, soph, Centennial HS (Compton)
30-Jeremy Haggerty, 6'5, senior, Canyon HS (Canyon Country)
31 Robert Swift, 7'0, soph, Garces HS (Bakersfield)
33 Kurt Graeber, 6'8, soph, Peninsula HS (Rolling Hills Est.)
35 Jonathan Todd, 6'8, senior, Chaminade HS (West Hills)
44 Sam Hein, 6'6, frosh, Saugus HS

1 Jelani Hicks, 5'8, frosh, Laguna Blanca HS (Santa Barbara)
10 Marcus Carter Jr., 6'3, frosh, Alta Loma HS
11 Enrico Tucker, 6'0. soph, University of San Diego HS (San Diego)
12 Philip Friesen, 6'2, frosh, Dos Pueblos HS (Goleta)
14 Lorenzo Keeler, 6'2, soph, Escondido HS
15 Bear Simerson, 6'3, soph, Cathedral City HS
21 Joel Smith, 6'4, senior, Lompoc HS
30 Mark Lovein, 6'8, junior, Esperanza HS (Anaheim)
33 Stefan Talmadge, 6'7, frosh, Dos Pueblos HS (Goleta)
35 Alan Wiggins, 6'7, junior, Poway HS
42 Jacob Johnson, 6'4, senior, Etiwanda HS (Rancho Cucamonga)
44 Gary Hamilton, 6'9, senior, Dorsey HS (Los Angeles)
Christopher Booker, 6'2, soph, Cleveland HS (Reseda)

1- Brian McTear, 5'9, frosh, Crenshaw HS (Los Angeles)
15- John Liam Stapleton, 6'3, junior, Crespi HS (Encino)
21- Kyle Brucculeri, 6'7, soph, Los Alamitos HS
22- Ray Reese, 6'4, frosh, Carson HS
24- Dawin Whiten, 6'3, soph, Monroe HS (North Hills)
30- Justin Hawkins, 6'6, junior, Mayfair HS (Lakewood)
32- Jeffrey Comminey, 6'2, junior, Millikan HS (Long Beach)
33- Jason Gilzene, 6'6, junior, Fairfax HS (Los Angeles)
35- Austin Waggener, 6'8, junior, Culver City HS
42- Oscar Edwards, 6'4, junior, Price HS (Los Angeles)
44- Khalif Ford, 6'0, junior, Diamond Bar HS
Stefan GIlling, 6'2, frosh, Ayala HS (Chino Hills)
Terry Sims, 6'3, junior, Diamond Bar HS

1 -Kyle Gibson, 6'0, frosh, Dorsey HS (Los Angeles)
11- Jordan Warren, 6'4, frosh, El Camino Real HS (Woodland Hills)
12- David Gale, 6'1, senior, Buckley HS (Sherman Oaks)
14- Matt Sargeant, 6'3, soph, Ocean View HS (Huntington Beach)
15- Drew Gibson, 6'0, junior, Dorsey HS (Los Angeles)
21- Brandon Turner, 6'3, soph, Brentwood HS (Los Angeles)
22- Gavin Lee, 6'5, senior, Bishop Montgomery HS (Torrance)
24- Mickey Gonzales, 6'7, soph, Sunny Hills HS (Fullerton)
30- Tony Gonzales, 6'6, junior, Sunny Hills HS (Fullerton)
44- Todd Wolfson, 6'8, junior, El Camino Real HS (Woodland Hills)
Chukwuma Awaji, 6'2, soph, Murphy HS (Los Angeles)
Kevin Gardner, 6'7, senior, Peninsula HS (Rolling Hills Estates)
Evan Harris, 6'7, soph, Harvard-Westlake HS (Studio City)

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