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Game Scores & Details From Day Two
12/3/02, Tuesday--(Dec. 4, 2002)

It's only the second day of the season and already records are dropping like dead flies on horsesh.....well, something like that.  And indeed, some of these records are of very dubious distinction.   How's this one:  Stoneridge Prep, which previously set some sort of record by walloping a tiny little school (Bridges Academy) 148 to 12-or-something a year ago, did it again yesterday, by hammering poor little South Bay by a score of  151-5, and in the process two new CIF-SS records were set: Most points by a team in a game, and least points scored.  Now there's something to write home about, and we're certain that Michael Josephson and the Victory with Honor folks at the CIF are jumping for joy right now as they read the score....But hey, there's no rule against scoring, right? And basketball is, after all about one team scoring more points than the other, right?  Riiiiigggghht.......Anyway, a lot of exciting things happened, including Jordan Farmar of Taft scoring 54 points last night in 28 minutes....Once again, we've compiled scores and results from the usual sources and suspects. Here's what we know:

Tournament Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2002

Beaumont Tournament

Bloomington 69, Moreno Valley 51--Senior 6-3 guard Joe Bradley had 18 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and four steals as the Bruins (1-0) defeated the Vikings (0-1). Senior 6-4 center Damonte Smith added 17 points, nine rebounds and three blocks for Bloomington, while Casey Goins had 11 points and Jarrod Poulsen had six assists.


Beverly Hills Tournament
First round

Culver City 73, L.A. Hamilton 56--details not available

Dorsey 110, San Fernando 47-- details not available.

Lynwood 71, Birmingham 47--Senior point guard Daniel McCall scored 10 points and had eight assists and sophomore guard Seketoure Henry scored 15 points and contributed five assists as the Knights cruised to the first-round victory.  Cesar Mora scored 12 points for Birmingham (0-2)

North Hollywood 55, Garfield 48--Adam Nicklas had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead the Huskies.


Brethren Christian Tournament
Pool Play

Eastside Christian 72, Whittier Christian 56--T.J. Fakehinde had 31 points and Oniel Cousins had 25 points and 13 rebounds for Eastside Christian (1-0). Tom Hogue had 13 points for Whittier Christian (0-1).


Buena Park Coyote Classic Tournament
Pool Play

Kennedy 79, Brentwood 68--Jordan Meadows and David Arreguin scored 15 points each for Kennedy (1-0).  Nick Dilts added 10 points for Kennedy. Brandon Turner scored 28 points for Brentwood (0-2) in the loss.

Buena Park 61, Westminster 36--Antoine Lee scored 21 points with 13 rebounds and Roy Butts added 10 to lead host Buena Park (1-0) over Westminster (1-1), who were led by Virgil Bobar with 9 points.

Los Alamitos 76, Bolsa Grande 46--Jon Kadraman scored 13 points to lead Los Alamitos.  Darryl Morris and Christian Henderson both added 11 points each for the Griffins (1-0).  David Doan led the Bolsa Grande (0-2) with 15 points.

Pacifica 58, Tesoro 40-- Jason Brock scored 18 points for the Pacifica Mariners (1-0) in the win over the Tesoro Titans (0-1).  Brandon Harper added 13 points and ames Estrada scored 11 for Pacifica.


Campbell Hall "Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament
Second day of Pool Play

Buckley 80, Rio Hondo 52--Junior 6'-4" guard Baron Abdul-Mansour had 33 points to lead Buckley (2-0).

Fairmont 55, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 44--Ryan Haliday scored 17 points for Hillctrest Christian (1-1). Evan Ezaki scored 23 for Fairmont (2-0).

Milken 61, Valley Torah 48--Matt Eliaser scored 17 points for Milken. Reshef Loza had 13 points for Valley Torah.


Rancho Bernardo Eagle-Vaquero Tournament (San Diego CIF)
First Round

Rancho Bernardo 66, Steele Canyon 61--Mohamed Abukar scored 12 points in the first quarter to get the Broncos an early lead, then had 11 points in the fourth quarter when RB broke a 48-48 tie. Mark Strong scored eight points for the Broncos in the fourth quarter, going 6-for-6 from the free throw line. Abukar led in rebounds with nine.  STEELE CANYON (61) ---- R. Williams 13, Hall 5, Beauchamp 4, Bailey 4, Martinez 16, K. Williams 15, Davis 4. FG 20. FT 15-19.  RANCHO BERNARDO (66) ---- Abukar 32, Olson 14, Strong 10, Gaeto 6, Kisner 2, Miller 2. FG 23. FT 12-18. Steele Canyon 18 12 18 13 ---- 61 Rancho Bernardo 19 17 12 18 ---- 66 3-point goals ---- K. Williams (SC) 3, R. Williams (SC) 2, Martinez (SC) 1. Rancho Bernardo ---- Abukar (RB) 3, Olson (RB) 3, Gaeto (RB) 2. Total fouls ---- Steele Canyon 18, Rancho Bernardo 15. Fouled out ---- none. Technicals ---- none.

El Camino 80, Temecula Valley 49--Small forward Justin Armstrong led the Wildcats (1-0) to victory with 26 points over Temecula Valley (4-1) which suffered its first loss of the season. Temecula Valley (49) ---- Menancio 2, Segiskmar 5, Green 10, Hodge 5, Sheppard 11, Delin 1, Parsons 3, Lambert 6, Bomar 4, Rigg 2. FG 16. FT 13-16. El Camino (80) ---- Watson 16, Sprink 6, Pomare 12, Prevost 3, Armstrong 26, Dixon 7, Daniles 6, Walker 2, Clark 2. FG 31. FT 15-19. Temecula Valley 11 16 10 12 ---- 49 El  Camino 17 16 22 25 ---- 80 3-point goals ---- Watson (EC) 1, Segiskmar (TV) 1, Sheppard (TV) 1. Total Fouls ---- Temecula Valley 16, El Camino 18. Fouled Out ---- none. Technicals ---- El Camino bench 1.

Rancho Buena Vista 79, Bonita Vista 64--Jeremy Cross scored 16 first-half points to lead the Longhorns (1-0) over Bonita Vista (0-1). Cross also had 18 rebounds and six assists. Trey Turner had eight assists to go with his 15 points. RANCHO BUENA VISTA (79) ---- Turner 15, Cross 35, Jordan 7, Stong 2, Esquibel 4, Amoaku 2, Sparkman 1, Lawrence 13. FG 27. FT 19-27. BONITA VISTA (64) ---- Castiglione 11, Gouding 26, Rinner 2, Zimmerman 3. Mariota 6, Dias 8, Amalfitano 1, Fuimaono 4. FG 21. FT 15-25.  Rancho Buena Vista 15 24 23 17 ---- 79 Bonita Vista 6 16 19 23 ---- 64 3-point goals === Turner (RBV) 2, Cross (RBV) 2, Jordan (RBV) 1, Lawrence (RBV) 1, Castiglone (BV) 3, Gounding (BV) 2, Eias (BV) 2. Totals fouls ---- Rancho Buena Vista 21, Bonita Vista 24. Fouled out ---- Rinner (BV). Technicals ---- Rinner (BV) 2, Bonita Vista bench 1. 


Gahr-Cerritos Tournament
First Round

Downey 56, LA Marshall 50-- Senior guard Larry Cunningham scored 19 points and junior forward Rolando Felizola added 13 to lead the Vikings to their season- opening win in the first-round contest. Gahr 63, Bell 35: The Gladiators had four players score in double figures as they opened the season with an easy victory over the Eagles. Marquis Williams put in a game-high 14 for Gahr, which plays Lakewood on Thursday at 7:30 in the next round of the tournament.

Gahr 63, Bell 35--details not available.

Lakewood 60, Valley View 47 (OT)--In the season opener for both teams, the Lancers turned a close game into rout, as they went on a 14-1 in overtime to win.Doug Peterson, who was 4-for-4 from the free-throw line in the extra period, led all scorers with 19.

LB Wilson 66, Cerritos 60-- Long Beach Wilson was led by Kevin Crockett who scored 20 points. Chris Hart added 15 points and 14 rebounds. Junior guard Craig Williams added eight points and eight rebounds for Wilson.


Glendora Triple Crown Challenge
(Note: This was not a tournament, but a one-day showcase event)

Glendora 69, San Dimas 47--Davon Roberts scored 18 points to lead Glendora (1-0).  Richard Pattapoff added 12 points for the host Tartans.  Junior guard Mike Flores scored 20 points for San Dimas, and Kenny Blue, Tyler McInteer and Jeff Zielomski each scored 8 points.

Diamond Bar 78, Bishop Amat 69-- Senior point guard Khalif Ford scored a team- high 25 points and senior forward Brandon Papez added 12 for Diamond Bar (1-0) in the win over defending CIF-SS Champion Bishop Amat who were led by senior guard Paul Porter's 29 points.  Diamond Bar's junior guard Zeeshan Hyder added 13 point and junior Nathan Lyons-Smith had 11 points.  Bishop Amat also got 21 points from Donald Smith and 12 from Juan Canas.

El Toro 67, Thousand Oaks 63--Matt Claflin had 20 points and five rebounds and was 8 for 8 from the free-throw line as the Chargers (1-0) defeated the Lancers (0-1) Pat Carney scored 15 points and Darryl Best had 11 points with seven rebounds for the Chargers.


Loara Tournament
First round

North Torrance 71, Savannah 56--Jeremy Bradford finished with 17 points to lift North (1-0) in the first round. Jarrod Carroll had 12 points and five steals. Alec Gilliland finished with 12 points.

Northwood 59, Warren 37--Kris Woods scored 14 points in the Bears loss to the Timberwolves in their season opener.  Warren plays Savannah on Thursday.


Mira Costa Pacific Shores Tournament
Pool play

Carson 77, Torrance 48--Maryland signee Ekene Ibekwe scored 28 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks to lead Carson (1-0). Bryan Harvey and Kenneth Lyles added 9 points each to lead the Colts.

Mira Costa 72, Banning 66--Steve Bertrand had 27 points for Mira Costa (1-0). Bertrand also had 11 rebounds and two blocks. Tim Richmond of Mira Costa added 13 points, 6 steals, 7 assists and 7 rebounds. Hytham Abed had 33 points for Banning (0-1) while Miguel De La Luz had 16 points.


Mission Viejo Tournament
Pool play

Artesia 55, El Dorado 44--Senior center Kaelen Daniels led Artesia with 18 points and eight rebounds, while forward Reggie Brown added a career-high 16 points to lead the Pioneers (2-0) over the Golden Hawks (1-1).

Laguna Hills 48, Chino 39--Brock Tillotson scored 21 points and had 12 rebounds to lead Laguna Hills (1-0) over Chino (0-2).

Mission Viejo 58, Oceanside 46--Jake Collins scored 30 points for host Mission Viejo (2-0). E.J. Wilson had 14 points (the North County Times had Wilson with 16 points and 11 rebounds) for Oceanside (0-1).  OCEANSIDE (46) ---- Rollins 9, Wilson 16, Bruce 10, Ta 2, Burgess 2, Bennett 7. FG 18. FT 9-16. MISSION VIEJO (59) ---- Qsiff 5, Southel 5, Collins 31, Ortiz 12, Larson 2, Neubauer 2, Hamilton 2. FG 25. FT 7-11.  Oceanside 8 10 13 15 ---- 46 Mission Viejo 17 18 11 13 ---- 59 3-point guals ---- Wilson (O) 1, Qsiff (MV) 1, Collins (MV) 1. Total fouls ---- Oceanside 17, Mission Viejo 14. Fouled out ---- Waterson (MV). Technical ---- Rollins (O).


Norte Vista Tournament

Riverside Poly 62, Yucaipa 30--Sophomore 6-7 forward Tyler Luszeck, playing in his first varsity game, scored 14 points and grabbed four rebounds as the Thunderbirds (0-1) fell to the Bears (1-0) at the Norte Vista Tournament. Riverside Poly shot 8-of-16 from three-point range. Senior point guard Danny Renneisen made finished with a game-high 10 points.


Redondo Union 51st Annual Pacific Shores Tournament
First round

Bishop Montgomery 73, Morningside 41-- Fred Washington scored 23 points for Bishop Montgomery (1-0) while Brandon Peace and Ryan Howard added 14 points each. Kevin Hibbert led Morningside (0-1) with 10 points.

Palisades 48, Narbonne 45--Corey Counts, Will Sago and Geoff Schwartz each scored 10 points for Palisades (1-0) (according to the Daily Breeze, Sago had 15 points).  Amir Fisher scored 12 points, six rebounds and four assists for Narbonne (0-1) while Sidney Ginyard added 12 points

Inglewood 67, Leuzinger 57-- Inglewood guard Ray Reed scored 23 points in the win over Leuzinger (0-1), which was led by Dorrell Wright who led the Olympians with 22 points. Andre Foy scored eight points and seven rebounds for Inglewood and Joron Kensey had 11 points, six rebounds and five steals.

Long Beach Poly 64, Jefferson 44-- Senior forward Isaiah Bridgette, making his varsity debut, scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Poly.Junior forward Marcus Lewis added 14 points, 10 rebounds and a two blocked shots.


Riverside Notre Dame "Big Daddy" Tournament

Colton 65, Riverside Notre Dame 45--Daniel Evans, a 6'-1" senior guard had 15 points, five rebounds and three steals to lead the visiting Yellowjackets (1-0) over the Titans (0-1). Senior 6-4 forward Pierre Celestin added 12 points and seven rebounds for Colton.


San Gorgonio Tournament
First round

Hesperia 47, Chaffey 46 (OT)--Steve Trujillo scored 19 points to lead Hesperia (1-0). Chaffey is 0-1.

Redlands East Valley 64, La Quinta 50--Senior 6-5 center Nate Dyk had 21 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals as Redlands East Valley (1-0) defeated La Quinta (0-1)  Ted Salter added 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats, while Walter Wallace had seven rebounds and scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half. A.J. Kehl had 19 points to lead the La Quinta Blackhawks.

San Gorgornio 84, Ramona 48 Kevin Houston scored 19 points to lead San Gorgornio (1-0). Ramona is 0-2.

Temescal Canyon 79, Kaiser 72--Nigel Kelly scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds for Temescal Canyon. Eric Willhite scored 20 points for Kaiser (0-1).


Saugus Tournament
Pool play

Buena 72, Alemany 38--details not available.

Oxnard 70, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 54--Kevin Thrower and Ivan Barragan each had 17 points for Oxnard (1-0).

Santa Barbara 67, Canyon 39--details not available.

Westlake 101, Verdugo Hills 44--Mike Verrillo had 28 points and five steals for Westlake (1-0).


Simi Valley Tip Off Tournament
First round

Camarillo 70, Sun Valley Poly 49--details not yet available.

El Camino 66, Monroe 52--details not yet available.

Littlerock 53, Santa Clara 48--details not yet available.

Moorpark 95, Granada Hills 61--Keith Lawrence scored 21 points for Moorpark.

Newbury Park 69, Ventura 62--Randy Meru had 30 points for Newbury Park (1-0) and Drew Addy scored 22 for Ventura (0-1) at Camarillo High.

Oak Park 60, Royal 41--Pete Winningham scored 20 points for Oak Park (1-0). Mike Vosse scored 18 points and Steve Stokes had 17 points for Royal (0-1) in the loss.

Simi Valley 82, Santa Paula 24--Mark Wells had 15 points for host Simi Valley (1-0). Andrew Zwers had 10 for Santa Paula (0-1).

Valencia 100, Taft 89--Taft was led by senior guard Jordan Farmer who scored 54 points, 12 rebounds and 11 steals for Taft (0-1) before fouling out in 28 minutes. Curtis Dunwoody scored 35 points and Andrew Bucker had 12 points and 19 rebounds for Valencia (1-0).


Westchester Annual Tip Off Tournament
Pool play

Anaheim Canyon 55, Venice 50--Saied Omar scored 30 points on 10 three-pointers, including the game-clincher from 25 feet with four seconds left for Canyon (1-0).

Compton Centennial 55, Cleveland 43--Aaron Afflalo scored 19 points for Centennial (1-0). Nick Young had 15 points for Cleveland (0-2).Sophomore point guard Mike Gordon added 10 points, five rebounds and three assists for Centennial.

Hawthorne 57, Santa Monica 56--Anthony Brown stole the ball at midcourt and scored on a lay-up with five seconds to play giving Hawthorne (1-1). Marcel Montalvan had 17 for Hawthorne, while Bret DeAngelis led Santa Monica (0-1) with 25 points.

Westchester 64, Chaminade 59--UCLA-signee Trevor Ariza and senior guard Marcus Johnson each scored 16 points for Westchester (1-0) in tghe win. Senior guard Dion Cook scored 29 points for the Chaminade Eagles (1-1),.

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores For Monday, Dec. 2, 2002

A.B. Miller 82, Rancho Verde 57--Senior 6-0 point guard Jeremiah Ward scored a game-high 18 points including 12 on three-pointers and also had eight rebounds, eight assists and seven steals as the Rebels (1-0) defeated the visiting Mustangs (0-1) in a nonleague game. Sophomore 6-1 wing Jonathan Littleton added 16 points and nine rebounds for A.B. Miller, which led 26-8 after the first quarter and 44-22 at halftime. Junior 6-0 point guard Corwin Ragland had 13 points and five assists in the victory

Azusa 43, El Monte 32--details not available

Arroyo Grande 84, Lompoc 48--Sean Hogoboom scored 21 points for host Arroyo Grande .

Bethel Christian 37, Immanuel Christian 31--Tim Zierman scored 13 points for host Bethel Christian (1-0).

Boron 59, Mojave 54 (OT)--Robert Hughes had 37 points, including seven points in overtime, and 21 rebounds to lead host Boron (1-0).

Cathedral City 92, Palos Verdes 51--Junior guard Bear Simerson scored 15 of his 25 points in a 19-0 run to start the game for Cathedral City (1-0).

Charter Oak 52, South Hills 50 (OT)--Mike Harris scored 20 points, including two free throws with two seconds left in overtime for Charter Oak (1-0) at South Hills (0-1).

Cornerstone Christian 63, Grove Academy 21--details not available

El Rancho 49, Schurr 37--Daniel Carrera had 18 points and eight rebounds for El Rancho in the win.

Elsinore 44, Corona Centennial 35--William Hunt scored 10 points and added 10 rebounds to pace the Tiger (1-0) to a nonleague win over host Centennial. J.J. Saavedra added 14 points and five assists.

Etiwanda 60, Diamond Ranch 48--Devion Ford scored 20 points and Haron Kaisa added 10 points for host Etiwanda. Michael Earl scored 12 points for Diamond Ranch.

Garden Grove 44, Sage Hill 35--Michael Fitzhugh had 22 points for Sage Hill (0-1). Garden Grove is (1-0).

Huntington Beach 70, Aliso Niguel 55: Brett Van Voorhis led the Oilers (1-0) with 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a victory over the host Wolverines (1-1).  Brandon MacLaughlin had 18 points and James Bailey had nine rebounds and nine assists for the Oilers.  Terrance Green scored 25 for Aliso Niguel (1-1).

La Canada 88, Highland 71--Billy Hoffman scored 20 points and had 10 assists for La Canada (1-0). Highland (1-1) was led by center Curtis McHenry with 23 points and 16 rebounds, while Kris Theus added 13 points in the loss.  La Canada's Andrew Scott had 18 while Craig Ballard scored 12 and 9 rebounds.

La Serna 68, Bell Gardens 56--Steve Gonzalez scored 25 points for visiting La Serna (1-0), while Gary Klarer led Bell Gardens with 22 points.

La Sierra Academy 47, Hamilton 45--Details not available, but the Times had this:  "Hamilton missed two free throws with four seconds remaining."

L.A. Baptist 58, Valley Christian 41--Austin Nicholson and Bill Snodgrass each scored 14 points for L.A. Baptist (1-0).

L.A. Lutheran 59, First Lutheran 50--Corey Brokent scored 20 points and had 10 rebounds and Gary Duckett added 12 points and 12 rebounds for L.A. Lutheran (1-0).

Liberty Christian 67, Bethel Baptist 52--Patrick Doney had 24 points to lead Liberty Christian in the season opener for both teams.

Loma Linda Academy 45, Salesian 35--Senior 6-5 Michael Stottlemyer was 7-of-12 from the field for 14 points and also had nine rebounds seven offensive as the visiting Roadrunners (1-0) defeated the Mustangs (0-1) in a nonleague game. Senior 5-10 guard Ryan Prior added 12 points and eight rebounds for Loma Linda, while senior 6-3 guard Ryan Blackerby had 12 points and five rebounds.

Lone Pine 62, Bishop 53--News from the High Desert:  Randall Barbour poured in 20 points for Lone Pine (1-0) in the season opener.

Mater Dei 95, Nogales 37--Maryland signee D.J. Strawberry scored 18 points for host Mater Dei (1-0). Alex Sanchez had 12 points for Nogales (0-1).  Marcel Jones scored 16 points and Wesley Washington added 12 for the Monarchs.

Norco 58, Redlands 48--Jeremy Black scored 22 points for Norco (2-0) in the win over Redlands (0-1).

Pacific 55, Rialto 53--Senior 6-5 forward Marcus McGhee scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the visiting Pirates (1-0) opened their season with a nonleague victory over the Knights (0-2). Danny Robinzine made two three-pointers and finished with 10 points for Pacific, which opened up a 29-22 halftime lead and held on to win.

Oaks Christian 82, Fillmore 39--details not yet available.

Pasadena Poly 53, Oakwood 29--Kevin Kawachi scored 20 points to lead Pasadena Poly (1-0) to the season opening win.

Renaissance Academy 80, Le Lycee 20--Aaron Clitheroe scored 30 points for Renaissance Academy (1-0).

Rosamond 55, Desert Christian 52--Julian Salazar scored 15 points to lead Rosamond in their second win of the season (2-0).

Rowland 82, Duarte 38--Larry Tieu scored 20 points and Kris Lewis had 19 points and four assists for Rowland (1-0) in the season opener.

San Gabriel 78, San Marino 63--details not available

San Luis Obispo 56, Santa Maria 46--details not available.

Santa Margarita 71, Ganesha 36--Todd Follmer had 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead the host Eagles (1-0) over the Giants (0-2). Tyler Smith had 13 points and James Keefe added 10 for the Eagles.

Santa Maria St. Joseph 65, Paso Robles 49--details not available

Silver Valley 77, Victor Valley Christian 41--Junior 6-1 forward Sidney Tharp had a team-high 17 points, and senior 6-1 forward Bryan Koepke had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Trojans over the visiting Royals in a nonleague opener for both teams.  Sophomore forward Duck Brinson added 13 points including nine from three-point range for Silver Valley. A.J. Padilla had 16 points including four three-pointers to lead Victor Valley Christian.

St. John Bosco 89, Arroyo 54--Eric Lane had 29 points and 10 assists to lead host St. John Bosco (1-0). It was Lane's first game since tearing his ACL last season. Junior forward Mike Davis added 13 points and seven rebounds for St. John Bosco

St. Margaret's 72, Chadwick 45--Paul Janczyk had 28 points and 10 rebounds and Jeff Schaffer added 14 points and seven assists for St. Margaret's (1-0). Chadwick is (0-1).

Stoneridge Prep 151, South Bay 5-- Here's that game we referred to above.  According to the LA Times, "The Wildcats' point total tied the section record for most points scored in a game, set in the 1993-94 season by St. Margaret's of San Juan Capistrano. South Bay's five points were the fewest ever by a Southern Section team, breaking the old record of six points set by Sierra in 1978-79."   Stoneridge did something similar last season when they pounded tiny Bridge's Academy in a preseason game.  This time, Stoneridge was led by 6'-5" senior guard James Spencer who scored 35.

Tarbut V'Torah 66, Calvary Baptist 32--Freshman Jamie Stopnitsky had 11 assists and Stephan Eghbali scored 26 points for Tarbut V'Torah (1-0).

Twentynine Palms 67, Desert Hot Springs 52--Twentynine Palms was led by senior forward Layton Matthews who scored 20 points and 12 rebounds in the win, according to the stats in the LA times.  The San Bernardino Sun had Matthews at 16 points and 1`4 rebounds in the win over the Screaming Eagles (great team nickname!).  Junior forward Sean O'Gilvie had 14 points, seven rebounds and six blocks for Twentynine Palms before fouling out in the the fourth quarter.

Village Christian 65, Bell-Jeff 45--Jacob Briggs (6'4" Jr G) had a game-high 25 points and 18 rebounds as the Crusaders took a 17-9 first quarter lead they never relinquished. Daniel Barrett (5'10" Jr. G) added 6 points and 13 assists. Barrett's 13 assists set a new school single-game record, erasing the previous record of 11 held by Chad Hanson (VCS '95). Willy Pena (5'9" Jr. G), in only his second day back from football added 6 points to along with his 6 steals. Clarence Viray added 12 points for visiting Bell-Jeff. The Crusaders (1-0) travel to Fillmore next Tuesday for a non-league 7:00pm game.

Western 60, Glenn 48--Wilmer Fiapai and Marcus McAdams each had 12 points to lead Western (1-0) over Glenn (0-1).

Yeshiva 48, St. Paul 35--Seniors Mike Pollack and Nadav Gest scored 15 points each for Yeshiva (1-0) in the non-league season opener.

Zinsmeyer 69, Rio Contiguo 46--Senior guard Shaudaci Brown scored 23 points and had eight assists and sophomore guard Ken Adams 19 points and 17 rebounds for the Hawks (1-0), who won their season opener.  Senior forward Enok McKiver scored 13 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had five blocks.

LA City Section Non-League Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2002

No games, other than as noted above in "Tournaments" were played yesterday by LA City Section teams against other LA City Section teams.


Lastly, as we noted yesterday, if you want up-to-the-minute scores the day of a game, we suggest you check with us on the SoCalHoops message forums or that you visit the Los Angeles Times' "Preps" section online scores.  The Times publishes and posts scores and limited detail (usually high scorers only) almost within minutes of a score being reported at their internet site which was re-launched last season.  They've got the manpower for such a task, and we're happy to recommend it to anyone with a serious (or even passing) interest in finding a score.   Seriously, this is a great service performed by the Times, which as we all know has plenty to atone for given what they've otherwise done to their prep print page in their various editions of the newspaper, especially when it comes to reporting during the basketball season.    If you have scores to report and want to see them posted within minutes, simply call the Times at 1-800-LATIMES and dial in extension 77151. Of course, you can also submit scores and details to the Times by e-mail to stats@latimes.com, but it's much more reliable to actually call and speak with a live person to insure that the paper gets the details, and it's a lot handier to use a phone than a computer (unless you've got a laptop with a wireless connection).   We also want to suggest that anyone with scoring details contact the other great regional papers in their areas.  All of these various regional outlets provide scores, stats and details, and collectively, they're an invaluable resource if you're interested in a particular area within SoCal.  If you are in the Inland Empire the paper to contact is the Riverside Press-Enterprise at (909) 684-1200.  For Orange County,  call the OC Register at 714-796-7804.  And if you're in any other area, well, there are a plethora of papers to report scores and details to (e.g., Ventura County Star; Santa Barbara News-Press; LA Daily News for the SFV; LB Press-Telegram for the 710/605 corridor; Pasadena Star News; San Bernardino County Sun; Redlands Daily Facts; etc).   And lastly, keep sending them in to us at SoCalHoops by e-mail at jegesq@socalhoops.com. We can't promise to post them as quickly as the LA Times will, but we'll get to them eventually, usually by the next day.

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