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Game Scores & Details From Day Six
12/7/02, Saturday--(Dec. 8, 2002)

Lots of tournament and non-league action again on Saturday (more good college games yesterday, but what the heck....there was still plenty of great high school stuff to see).  Some highlights:  Jimmy Goffredo, who has committed to play next year at Harvard, hit 10 three pointers and finished with 45 points in the third place game of the Saugus Tournament;  and amazingly, junior guard Jordan Farmar of Taft, just keeps racking up the points--yesterday he went for 33;  Kurt Oliver (Rikm of the World) and Dwain Williams (soph pg from Chaparral) both scored 31....and it just keeps on and on....Here are some details of games played yesterday....Not everything, but everything we could find.

Tournament Game Scores For Saturday, Dec. 7, 2002

Beaumont Tournament
Third Place

Chaparral 79, Bloomington 51--Dwain Williams scored 31 points for Chaparral (3-1). Host Bloomington is 2-2.

Consolation

Rim of the World 82, Beaumont 74--Kurt Oliver had 31 points for Rim of the World (2-2), including six of eight 3-point shots. Alex Boyd of Beaumont (1-) had 26 points.


Beverly Hills TournamentChampionship
Championship

Price 59, Lynwood 54--details not available.

Third Place

Dorsey 74, Washington 61--details not available.

Consolation Championship

Peninsula 70, Culver City 47--Shawn Weinstein scored 29 points for Peninsula (3-1). Culver City is 2-2.

Consolation

Birmingham 65, San Fernando 53--Matt Newaraz scored 27 points for San Fernando (0-3) and Dejuan Dangerfield scored 17 points for
Birmingham (1-3).

Murphy 72, Garfield 41--details not available.

Beverly Hills 35, North Hollywood 30--details not available.


Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational Tournament

Championship

Maranatha 60, Brethren Christian 56-- The Maranatha Minutemen (4-0) had three players score in double figures, led by Caleb Rouse's 18 points, in a victory over the tournament hosts. Michael Walker added 13 points and Gemayal McBride had 10 for Maranatha. Tournament MVP Andrew Fisher scored 27 points and grabbed 22 rebounds, but the Warriors (3-1) fell to the Minutemen (4-0) in the championship game. Byron Jefferson made the all-tournament team for Brethren Christian. Maranatha--12 17 22 9--60; Brethren Christian--10 17 10 19--56.  Brethren Christian--Bodziak , Chris 1, Andrew Fisher  27, Jefferson , Byron 6, King, Chris 7, Lazo , Joel 6, Marsh , Ryan 3, Martini , Evan 4, Strong , Caley 2.

Third Place

Pacific Hills 57, Eastside Christian 35--Adam Krief scored 19 points for Pacific Hills (3-1).

Consolation Championship

St. Gabriel Academy 65, Acaciawood 58--Chris Ostos scored 20 points and was named to the all-tournament team for St. Gabriel Academy (2-2).

Consolation

Whittier Christian 59, Oxford 45
-- Whittier Christian 16 11 19 13--59; Oxford Academy 11 10 15 9--45.  Oxford Academy-- Baldwin, Andy 1, Barboza, Jorge 14, Dang, Hieu 2, Fermanian, Jake 10, Garton, Davis 7, Kweitko, Michael 1, Thompson, Robert 10;  Whittier Christian-- Duncan , Matt 9, Hakimrabet , Ali 4,
Hogue , Tom 5, Johnson , Marcus 9, Koomen , Andy 8, Palmer, John 9, Santos 3, Underwood, Kyle 12.
 


Buchanan-Clovis West Tournament (Fresno)
Championship

Garces 95, Sacramento-Jesuit 52--At Clovis West, Robert Swift scored 18 points and pulled down 25 rebounds as the Rams easily captured the BCW Kiwanis Tournament championship. Kyle Shiloh added 14 points as he was named tournament most valuable player as Garces improved to 5-0 on the season. Brandon Carpenter led Jesuit with 16 points although his team was thin from the field making only 21 field goals to the 39 of Garces.

Semifinal

Garces 77, Madera 66 --At Clovis West, Kyle Shiloh led the Rams with 23 points and Robert Swift added 17 to keep the Rams undefeated this season. T.J. Aguilar led Madera with 23 points of his own in a losing effort although he did nail three shots from three-point range.

 


Buena Park Coyote Classic Tournament
Championship

Los Alamitos 63, Buena Park 49--Jon Kahraman had 21 points and Kyle Brucculeri had 13 for Los Alamitos (4-0). Chris Butts had 16 points for Buena Park (3-1).  Virgil Bobar scored 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Buena Park. Los Alamitos-- 15 17 14 17--63; Buena Park--12 14 16 7--49. Buena Park-- Bobar , Virgil 12, Butts, Christopher 16, Butts, R. 4, Cocan , Michael 3, Iglesias , Steve 3, Lee , Antoine 8, Mayor , Marc 3.  Los Alamitos --  Brooks , Robert 4, Brucculeri , Kyle 13, Cheek , Josh 3, Henderson , Christian 6, Hogan , Andy 2, Kahraman , Jon 21, Mathews , Daniel 6, Morris , Darryl 8.

Third place

Sunny Hills 57, Katella 34--Nick Pak made six three-pointers and finished with 18 points and Tony Gonzalez had 17 points for Sunny Hills (3-1). Jeff Clement led Katella (2-2) with 14 points.  Katella--7 11 9 16--43; Sunny Hills--16 14 10 17--57. Sunny Hills --Gonzalez, Mickey 2, Gonzalez, Tony 17, Mehran, Pasha 0, Pak, Nick 18, Rivera, Arque 2, Schneider, Steve 0, Shaw, Jon 8, Toney, Brandyn 10. Katella--Alvarez , Robert 7, Avery , Brett 4, Clement , Jeff 17, Flores, Gabriel 4, Tyson , Elliott 4, Williams , Tim 5, Yates , Jarrod 2.

Fifth Place

Kennedy 58, Pacifica 49--Eric Taylor scored 20 points as the Fighting Irish (2-2) defeated the Mariners for fifth place. Jason Brock and Brandon Harper each scored 10 points for Pacifica.

Consolation

Brentwood 61, Tesoro 44--Brandon Turner had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead L.A. Brentwood (2-2) to a victory in the ninth-place game.  Tesoro--9 9 16 10--44;  Brentwood-- 9 18 15 9--51  Tesoro-- Cawthorne , James 11, Daly , Scott 7, Demere , Jordan 11, Keene , Barry  3, Keough , Shane 3, Marion , Pat
5, Trehan , Nevin 4

Bolsa Grande 64, Westminster 61-- Bolsa Grande 16 20 12 17--65; Westminster 11 11 18 21--61

Magnolia 50, El Modena 49--details not available.


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

El Camino 115, El Capitan 52-- El Camino 26 33 36 20  115 El Cap 18  5 10 19   52 El Camino Johnson 2, McLemore 4, Sprink 21, Walker 2, Dixon 10, Daniels 12, Armstrong 17, Bush 4, Lumanlar 1, Watson 30, Prevost 12. El Capitan Galloway 7, Fisher 12, Hogue 3, Hoffmaster 3, Buckmiller 3, Boswell 24.  Three-point goals Watson 7.

La Jolla Country Day 55, Valley Center 52 (OT)--Valley 13  7  6 14  4  8  52 LJCD 6 18 13  3  4 11  55   Valley Center Reilly 17, Ness 25, Halda 6, Sloan 2, Reden 2.  LJCD (2-2) Zousmer 2, Golia 14, Wilson 8, Johnson 5, Sedwitz 3, Schu 11, Bastine 4, Watrous 3, Pinkston 1, Grooms 5. Three-point goals Golia 4.

Lincoln 54, Fallbrook 52--Fallbrook 10 15 12 13  52 Lincoln 13  8 24  9  54.  Fallbrook Weyls 4, Gonzalez 2, Stanley 20, Manning 9, Howe 17.  Lincoln McGuire 23, Davis 18, Huie 3, Bender 4, Nixon 3, Cox 3  Three-point goals Manning 3.

Rancho Bernardo 55, Mt. Carmel 47--R. Bernardo 18 11 15 11  55 Mt. Carmel 9 13  4 21  47 Rancho Bernardo (2-0) Abukar 23, Olson 18, Strong 4, Fletcher 1, Kisner 9. Mt. Carmel (2-1) Pourmand 16, Knights 11, Sweeney 14, Leavitt 4, Girten 4.  Three-point goals Pourmand 3, Knights 3, Sweeney 3.

Rancho Buena Vista 75, Temecula Valley 70--RBV 14 16 23 22  75 Temecula 24 17 16 13  70  RBV (2-1) Turner 12, Cross 27, Wesley 4, Jordan 13, Haman 3, Esquivel 1, Sparkman 1, Lawerence 14. Temecula Valley (4-3) Lambert 11, Segismar 1, Menancio 6, Green 16, Hodge 10, Shepard 11, Bomar 15 Three-point goals Jordan 3.

Vista 64, Granite Hills 55--VISTA (64) ---- Underwood 8, Snyder 1, Williams 20, Faapouli 12, Flores 12, Parr 6, Nelson 5. FG 22. FT 18-25. GRANITE HILLS (55) ---- Nasser 1, Powell 2, Taylor 5, Snyder 2, Chase 14, Hall 6, Araya 21, Fine 4. FG 20. FT 11-18. Vista 7 19 22 16 ---- 64  Granite Hills 12 13 13 17 ---- 55 Total fouls ---- Vista 14, Granite Hills 23. Fouled out ---- Snyder (GH). Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Flores (V) 1, Taylor (GH) 1, Chase (GH) 1, Araya (GH) 1. Records: Vista 1-1.


Gahr-Cerritos Tournament
Championship

Long Beach Millikan 83, Marina 71-- Marcus Dove put on a shooting exhibition in the championship game of the Cerritos-Gahr Boys Basketball Tournament Saturday night. The senior Millikan guard torched Marina for 40 points to lead the Rams (4-0) to a 83-71 victory. Teammate Justin Onaka added 13 as Millikan overcame big first and fourth quarters by Marina (3-1) to win the tournament. Marina 24 6 14 27--71; Long Beach Millikan 18 24 16 22--80.Marina--Becker, Steven 18, Brannon 1, Brennan, Matt 11, Brown, Brandon 3, Brown  Brennan 3, Diecidue 8, Lambert, James 25, McNease 2.

Third Place

Long Beach Wilson 53, Gahr 49--Senior guard Kevin Crockett hit four 3-pointers in the third quarter when the Bruins (3-1) outscored the Gladiators (2-2) 18-10 to eventually lead the team to a third- place finish. Crockett finished with 16 points. Senior center Ian Brown scored 13 points and was selected to the all-tourney team as was junior guard Chris Hart (4 points).

Fifth Place

Mayfair 65, Downey 42--DeJahn Presean scored 19 points and Justin Hawkins scored 18 to lead the Monsoons (3-1) to the fifth-place win against Downey (2-2).

Seventh Place

Lakewood 56, Gardena 52--Leon Young scored 18 points, and Leo Thomas had 14 as Lakewood (2-2) beat Gardena (1-3) for seventh place.

Consolation Championship

Cerritos 55, West Torrance 53--Jonathan Ma and Kyle Venus came through for Cerritos (3-1) combining for 30 points in a narrow victory against West Torrance (2-2) in the consolation final. Ma tossed in 16 points while Venus added 14.   The games was tied at 41 after three quarters, but the Dons outscored the Warriors 14-12 in the final period, which proved to be the difference. West Torrance (2-2) was led by Chris Brown's game-high 19.

Consolation games

Bell 48, Hoover 39--no details available.

Valley View 61, LA Marshall 57--no details available.

South Gate 55, La Quinta (Westminster) 35--  La Quinta 4 7 9 15--35; South Gate 17 11 12 15--55.   La Quinta-- Balogh, Joe 1,  Fort,  Marcus 2, Huerta, Robert  2,  Lam 10, Lim, Daniel 11, Nguyen, Christopher 5, Otsuka, Dean 4.


Loara "Taco Company" Tournament
Championship

Northwood 74, Esperanza 45--Drew Terry had 22 points and Rob Selway added 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead Northwood (4-0). Esperanza falls to 3-1.  The Timberwolves used a stifling defense to hold Esperanza to six points in the first 11minutes of the second half, breaking open what had been a close game.   Senior Drew Terry scored 7 points in the first three minutes of the fourth quarter to give the Toimberwolves a 62-34 lead.  Jesse Hills had 11 points to lead Esperanza.   Northwood-- 19 14 13 28-- 74; Esperanza 13 15 4 13--45.  Esperanza--Aurelio, Kyle 3, Channing, Brett 9, Darien, Art 3, Hills, Jesse 9, Lawlor, Darryl 9,  Liu, Jesse 2, Lovein, Mark 8, Vankurin, Vince 2. Northwood --Bailey , Shawn 8, Chrispens, John 2, Correa, 3, Dalong, 2, Roggero, 3, Selway, Dan 5, Selway, Rob 12,  Stephens, Jeff  9, Terry, Drew 22, Ubl, 4, Zaragoza, 4.

Third Place

Troy 73, Cypress 49-- Trent Hardeman scored 12 points to lead the Warriors past the Centurions for third place. Travis Hardeman and Nate Gilke each scored 11 for Troy (3-1). Dominique Ricks led Cypress (2-2) with 12.Cypress 10 8 16 15--49;  Troy 23 18 13 19--73. Troy-- Burrell 4, Dalafu, Kevin 9,  Gilkes, Nate 11, Gomez 5, Graham 3, Hardeman, Travis  11,  Hardeman, Trent 12,  Johnson 10, Kan 3,  Ochoa 4,  Raco 1.  Cypress--  Dennis, Brandon 10,  Edwards, Phillip 1, Givens, Javon 2,  Higgins, Matt 8,  Meixel, Scott  4,  Morlock, Rustin 5, Nitta, Ryan 2, Oberle, Drake 5, Ricks, Dominique 12.

Fifth Place

Dana Hills 76, North Torrance 67-- Erland Wanberg scored 16 and Blaine Templeton added 14 as the Dolphins (3-1) beat the Saxons (2-2) for fifth place. Dana Hills 16 20 18 22--76; North Torrance 17 15 17 18--67.  Dana Hills-- Camp, Noah 12, Daly, Bobby 2, Ghanbari Lorca  9,  Kerns, Ryan 10, Mitchell, Raymond 13, Templeton, Blaine 14, Wanberg, Erland 16.

Seventh Place

Foothill 60, San Clemente 50-- Marcus Blackshire scored a game-high 29 points as the Knights (2-2) defeated the Tritons. Brandt Bangs scored 23 for San Clemente.Foothill 8 17 20 15--60; San Clemente 12 13 10 15--50. San Clemente-- Blackshire, Marcus 29, Maley, Mike 7, Noble, Reed 7, Stephenson , Riley 5, Wilsey, Tyler 2; Foothill-- Bangs, Brandt 23, Bigler, Brett 14, Edwards, Deshaun 9, Eves, James 4, Jarmon, Vada 4, Roblee, Chase 2,
Worrall, Ben 4.

Ninth Place

Loara 66, Savanna 58-- Drew Howard scored 23 points and Mehiah Weicks added 13 as the Saxons (2-2) defeated the Rebels. Michael Fairchild and Curt Watson combined for 27 points for Savanna (1-3).Savanna 11 11 13 23--58; Loara 8 23 12 23--66 Loara-- Deitmeier, Nathan  8, Finch 4, Gan 2, Howard, Drew 20, Laura 11, Weicks 13, Wiltse 8. Savanna-- Anderson , Anthony 7, Bennett , Danny 12, Cervantez , Ernie 2, Fairchild , Michael 13, Quezada , Danny 10, Watson , Curt 14.

Sonora 59, Calvary Chapel Santa Ana 47-- Sonora 10 20 15 14--59; Calvary Chapel 8 16 8 15--47 Calvary Chapel: Beeler , Brenen 2, Cook , Simon
4,   Courson , Ben 1, Hurst , Jared 10, Jones , Joey 12, King , Shaun  4, Mamelli , David 7, Moorlach , C.J. 3,  Sprangrud , Chad 4; Sonora: Anderson,
1, Arnold,  11, Chandler 9, Johnson 5,  Leibig, Damon 10, Martinez 2, Scott  8, Smith 4, Szcesvinki 9.

Consolation

Ganesha 90, Servite 59--William Evans hit six three-pointers en route to 33 points for Ganesha (2-3). The Giants outscored Servite 33-12 in the third quarter to break the game open. Dimon Phelps added 18 points.


Lone Star Tournament (In Texas)

Consolation Championship

Ocean View 64, Carroll 53--Greg Okwudibonye had 16 points to lead Ocean View (4-1).

Consolation

Ocean View 63, O' Connor (San Antonio) 51--Greg Okwudibonye had 15 points for Ocean View (3-1).


Mission Viejo Diablo Inferno Tournament
Championship

Artesia 57, Mission Viejo 50--Senior guard Kejuan Johnson scored 22 points and distributed six assists to lead the Pioneers (4-0) over Diablos (3-1). Senior center Kaelen Daniels scored 12 points and senior guard Alex Hunter, named tournament MVP, had 10. Artesia 13 17 14 12--56; Mission Viejo 13 8 16 13--50.  Mission Viejo-- Billingsley 5, Collins, Jake 14, Gustoff 14, Hamilton 1, Larson 3, Ortiz, Lance 4, Southall 9.

Third Place

Woodbridge 66, Oceanside 48--  Oceanside's Tyrone Rollins was named to the all-tournament team.  OCEANSIDE (48) ---- Rollins 17, Wilson 20, Bruce 5, Ta 1, Burgess 1, Ross 2, Wright 2. FG 17. FT 8-13.  WOODBRIDGE (66) ---- Wardecki 3, Farrell 12, Nicoll 7, Kegel 3, Perkins 7, Winder 6, Boldig 4, Dietrich 1, Moeller 7, Burgess 16. FG 23. FT 15-25. Oceanside 11 9 10 18 ---- 48  Woodbridge 21 9 16 20 ---- 66 Total fouls ---- Oceanside 20, Woodbridge 14. Fouled out ---- Bruce (O), Bennett (O), Nicoll (W). Technical fouls ---- none. 3-point goals ---- Wilson (O) 3, Rollins (O) 2, Bruce (O) 1, Wardecki (W) 1, Nicoll (W) 1, Winder (W) 1, Moeller (W) 1. Records: Oceanside 2-2. Woodbridge 3-1. Woodbridge 21 9 16 20--66; Oceanside 11 9 10 18--48. Woodbridge--Boldig, Chris 4, Burgess, David 15, Dietrich, Chase 1, Farrell, Kyle 12, Kegel, Tim 3, Moeller, Michael 7, Nicoll, Mike 7, Perkins, Jordy 7, Wardecki, Scott 3, Winder, Jonathan 7.

Consolation

El Dorado 62, Laguna Hills 44--Keith Cherry made four three-pointers and had 20 points and Dustin Price added nine points, eight assists and four steals for El Dorado (2-2).  Laguna Hills--19 3 14 8--44;  El Dorado--17 14 16 15--62.  El Dorado-- Bond , Peter 10, Cherry , Keith 20, Gee , Brandon 2,
Martinez , Joe 12, Price , Dustin 9, Thompson , Scott 6, Tobin , Jeff 2, Wulff , Steven 1.


Morro Bay's 21st Annual Ted C. Harding Memorial Tournament
Championship

South Bakersfield 59, Morro Bay 48--Danny Anderson scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds for Morro Bay (2-1). South Bakersfield goes to 4-0.

Third Place

Bakersfield North 60, Mission Prep 57--Tied with four seconds left, North's Jonathan Machado sunk a 3-point goal to push the Stars past Mission Prep in the third-place game of the Morro Bay Tournament. Machado, a sophomore, had a game-leading 23 points and had six assists, while David Avis poured in four 3-pointers and had 22 points total for North (2-2). Both were named to the all-tournament team. Mission Prep's Bassith Youssifu lead his team with 14, which was ranked eighth in the state in the Cal-Hi Division V preseason poll.

Consolation

Santa Maria 65, Templeton 63--Santa Maria's Ricky Quintana missed two free throws with his team trailing by one point, but the ball went out of bounds, with 1.2 seconds left. On the inbounds play, Quintana made a three-point basket at the buzzer to lift the Saints (1-3) to victory in the seventh-place game of the Morro Bay tournament. Quintana finished with 14 points.


Nordhoff Tournament
Championship

Dos Pueblos 55, Rio Mesa 40--The Chargers held Rio Mesa to 40 points, the second game in a row that they've given up fewer than 40. Dos Pueblos limited Nordhoff to 38 points on Friday.  Tournament MVP Phil Friesen scored 14 points and Jelani Hicks added 10 for the Chargers, who improved to 3-0 on the year. Dos Pueblos held the Spartans (2-1) to only nine field goals in the victory. Jason Dally recorded a game-high 13 rebounds and joined Hicks on the all-tournament team. Joe Fleming added eight points for DP.  Robin Harkins led Rio Mesa with 15 points and Steve Segovia added eight.

Third Place

Hueneme 60, Nordhoff 56--details not available.

Consolation Championship

Kilpatrick 67, Channel Islands 60--details not available.

Consolation

Lompoc Cabrillo 71, Thacher 42--details not available.


Providence Paul Sutton Memorial Tournament
Third Place

St. Genevieve 47, Pilibos 40--Richard Cisneros scored 18 points for St. Genevieve (3-1).

Consolation Championship

Ribet Academy 72, Renaissance Academy 55--details not available.


Redondo Union 51st Annual Pacific Shores Tournament
Championship

Fairfax 61, Bishop Montgomery 48--Kevin Bell of Fairfax named tournament MVP.

Third Place

Long Beach Poly 74, Long Beach Jordan 56--details not available.

Fifth Place

Redondo 68, Inglewood 64--details not available.

Seventh Place

Palisades 45, Upland 42--details not available.

Consolation Championship

Fountain Valley 61, Narbonne 51-- Fountain Valley 12 16 15 18--61; Narbonne 10 13 15 13--51. Fountain Valley--Carver, John  22, Grant, Scott 9,
Lopez 3, Nakano 2, Seiser, Justin 19, Torres 6; Narbonne--N/A.

Consolation

Leuzinger 84, Rolling Hills Prep 77--details not available.

Jefferson 88, Rialto 77--details not available.

Crossroads 57, Morningside 43--details not available.


Riverside Notre Dame-Norte Vista  "Big Daddy" Tournament


Rosamond Tournament
Championship

La Salle 61, Rosamond 38--La Salle (3-0) won the championship at the Rosamond Tournament with a convincing victory over the host Roadrunners on Saturday night. Mark Kelley led the Lancers with a game-high 20 points, seven rebounds and five blocks. The senior center was named the tournament's most valuable player. La Salle broke the game open in the third quarter by outscoring Rosamond 21-4 to take a comfortable 24-point lead. Nate Kolbeck scored 11 points and Ryan Hill had six points and seven assists for La Salle.

Consolation Championship

Ridgecrest Burroughs 68, Bakersfield Taft 56--Anthony Celestine scored 16 points and was named to the all-tournament team for the Burros (2-2).Chris Velt had 11 points and Tony Velt scored 10 for the Burros. Taft had 12 points by Alan Miller and 10 from Teddy Patterson.


San Luis Obispo Tournament

Championship

Santa Margarita 64, San Luis Obispo 37-- Brandon Matthews scored 17 points to lead the Eagles past San Luis Obispo for the championship.Santa Margarita 9 16 20 19--64; San Luis Obispo 8 6 12 11--37.  Santa Margarita--Campbell , Brad 11, Devitt , Ed 1, Donahue , Kyle 3, Follmer , Todd 11, Keefe , James 1, Mathews , Brandon 17, Perkowski , Chase 5, Sanderson , Josh 1, Smith , Tyler 14.

Third Place

San Marcos 68, Santa Cruz 48--Drew Spaventa scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds and was named to the all-tournament team to lead the Royals to a third-place finish in the San Luis Obispo Tournament. Sean Downing added 15 points, going 11-for-11 from the free throw line, for San Marcos, which outscored Santa Cruz 42-18 in the second and third quarters. Andrew Popp added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Royals, who improved to 2-1 on the year.

Fifth Place (Consolation Championship)

Capistrano Valley 54, Crespi 41-- Capistrano Valley 13 10 20 11--54;  Crespi 6 3 16 16--41. Capistrano Valley-- Baker , Davis 21, Chambers , Kenny  7,
Decasas , Chad 8,  Fedorovtsey , George 16, Jakovich , Dave 2.

Seventh Place

Gilroy 69, Santa Ynez 52--Aaron Richmon scored 30 points and 10 rebounds for Santa Ynez (0-4). Gilroy outscored the Pirates in every quarter, including the decisive fourth, when it made ten free throws to put the game away.  Santa Ynez was outscored 18-15 in the third period.  Danny Vadillo scored 13 and Blair Wortham 12 for Gilroy.


Sanger (Central CIF) Kiwanis Tournament
Championship

Edison 72, Sanger 45--Tournament MVP Jerome Ireland's 19 points was enough to pace Edison past Sanger in the championship. The Tigers outscored the Apaches 44-10 in the first half.

Third Place

Sunnyside 62, Reedley 37-- Brian Duckworth scored 14 points to pace the Wildcats in the third-place game. Dustin Georges led the Pirates with 18 points.

Consolation Championship

Redwood 67, Victor Valley 66 (OT)--Ryan Moore scored 21 points to lead Redwood. Kimo Brown had 17 points for host Victor Valley.


Saugus Tournament
Championship

Westlake 67, Santa Barbara 62--Westlake (4-0) was led by Jonathan Wiley with 27 points.  Tournament MVP Mike Verrillo added 14 points, 8 assist and 5 steals, to beat the favorite Dons (3-1). Santiago Aguirre scored 22 points for Santa Barbara. The Warriors shot 55 percent from the floor and erased a first-half deficit.  Taylor Rochestie scored 18 for Santa Barbara, but the Dons shot poorly from the free-throw line down the stretch and struggled on defense. The Dons led 32-30 at halftime and kept the game close down the stretch, but missed four key free throws, including the front ends of a 1-and-1. The Dons' Coury Clemens contributed with 10 points, seven rebounds, two steals and two assists. He was also honored with the tournament's "Mr. Hustle" award.

Third Place

Crescenta Valley 64, Buena 37--Jimmy Goffredo hit 10 three-pointers and scored 45 points to lead Crescenta Valley (3-1).

Consolation Championship

Oxnard 60, Saugus 55
--details not available.

Consolation

Canyon Country Canyon 81, Alemany 61--Brandon Robnett had 20 points for Alemany (1-3).

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 74, Verdugo Hills 40--Danny Calin had 23 points and 14 rebounds for Notre Dame (1-3). Tyler Rose added 20 points for the Knights.

Highland 68, Lancaster 49
--details not available.


Serrano Tournament
Championship

Silverado 66, Quartz Hill 52--Aesh Dabbas of Silverado (5-0) was named tournament MVP.


Silver Valley Tournament

Championship

Twentynine Palms 65, Big Bear 56--Sean O'Gilve of Twentynine Palms had 25 points and was named tournament MVP. Paul Barraza added 20. Matt Cavanaugh put up 20 points for Big Bear.

Third Place

Silver Valley 74, Tahrump Valley (Nev.) 66
--details not available.

Consolation Championship

Meadows (Las Vegas) 71, Hesperia Christian 67--P.C. Youngblood scored 24 points for Meadows. Josh Hamilton scored 21 for Hesperia Christian.

Consolation

Granite Hills 65, Boulder City (Nev.) 47
--details not available.


Simi Valley Tip Off Tournament
Championship

Simi Valley 66, Camarillo 61--Francisco Pesantez scored 21 points for Simi Valley (4-0). David Reichel had 24 points for Camarillo (3-1).

Consolation Championship

Oak Park 64, Littlerock 57--Pete Winningham scored 25 points for Oak Park (3-1).

Consolation

Newbury Park 59, El Camino Real 32--Randy Meru scored 16 points for Newbury Park (2-2).

Taft 84, Granada Hills 69--Jordan Farmar scored 33 points and had 13 rebounds for Taft (3-1).


Webb Tournament
Championship

Webb 61, Ontario Christian 50--Jordan Bowne had 18 points and was named the tournament MVP for the help in the win. Caleb Reiff had 16 points and 14 rebounds and Darek Baccynski had 10 pionts and 12 rebounds for Webb (3-0). Blake Crawford helped out with seven assists in the win. Matt Gabrielse had 22 points to lead Ontario Christian (2-1).

Third Place

Hamilton 64, Boys Republic 51
--details not available.

Consolation Championship

Upland Christian 59, Sherman Indian 45--Upland Christian won the consolation title at the Webb Tournament with a convincing win over Sherman Indian, 59-45. Jake Garcia led the way with 21 points and six rebounds and Nick Roberds had 19 points for the Eagles (2-1). Also chipping in was Adam Chavez with six points, eight rebounds and two steals in the win.


Westchester Tip-Off Tournament
Championship

Westchester 73, Horizon (San Diego) 59--Trevor Ariza of Westchester was named tournament MVP.

Third Place

Compton Centennial 70, Locke 51--Junior Chris Berry scored 21 points, 14 rebounds (16 if you read the LB PT) and three steals and Arron Afflalo added 19 points for Centennial (3-1). Deion Marcus led Locke (2-2)with 16 points.  Freshman Jervaughn Johnson added 11 points and five rebounds for Centennial.



Consolation Championship

Eisenhower 70, Chaminade 58
--details not available.

Consolation

Cleveland 70, Santa Monica 55--Allen McMillian scored 20 points and had 14 points for Cleveland (2-2). Santa Monica is 1-3.

Hawthorne 66, Anaheim Canyon 50--Chance Morris had 21 points for Hawthorne (2-2). Saied Omar had 20 points, including six three-pointers, for Canyon.

Venice 64, Pasadena 54
--details not available.

CIF-SS League Game Scores For Saturday, Dec. 7, 2002

Omega League

Newbury Park Adventist Academy 45, San Fernando Academy 44
--details not available.

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores For Saturday, Dec. 7, 2002

Avalon 66, Bethel Baptist 48--Adam Nelson scored 21 points for Avalon (2-0).  Avalon 25 18 14 9--66 Bethel Baptist 9 13 15 11--48 Bethel Baptist --
Arreola , Danny 0, Hilo , Joshua 16 Hoang , Phillip 2, Jenkins , Joe 11, Phuthama , Jimmy 11, Pointer , Rick 1, Robles , Kyle 7, Avalon--Chavoya,
4  Engel, 11 McBride, 9 Nelson, 21Pedroza, 5 Ponce,  4 Vega,  12

Loma Linda Academy 92, LA Baptist 57--Loma Linda improved to 2-1. Austin Nicholson scored 21 points for LA Baptist (1-1).

Oxnard Pacifica 87, Vasquez 35--Ali Nawabi scored 18 points and made four three-pointers and Greg Strother added nine steals for Oxnard Pacifica (2- 1).

Saddleback 39, Garden Grove 38-- Garden Grove 8 14 5 11--38; Saddleback 2 14 10 13--39. Saddleback--Alonso 4, Campos 8, Ortiz 3, Ory, Anthony 10,
Sosa 4, Winrow 2; Garden Grove--Greer 4, Monsoor, Joe 9, Pierce, Brian 2, Richmond, David 9, Singer, Marc 12, Tirla, Enoh 2.

St. Margaret's 56, Fairmont Prep 43-- Paul Janczyk (CQ) scored 28 points for visiting St. Margaret's (3-0). Jason Lymn had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Fairmont (4-2).  St. Margaret's 10 11 14 21-- 56;  Fairmont Prep 13 9 8 13--43  Fairmont Prep Ezaki, Evan 9, Fall 4, Higgs 8, Lymn, Jason 15, Nawaz, Jamal
2, Seregon, March 5. St. Margaret's--Benedetto 7, Cozean 5, Dang, Anik  4, Janczyk, Paul 28, Kettler 6, Schafer, Jeff 2, Youthanneh 4.

Western 52, Rancho Alamitos 43--Wilmer Fiapai had 16 points for host Western (2-0). Rancho Alamitos is 0-2.


Rancho Alamitos 4 12 14 13--43; Western 16 17 17 2--52; Western--Alejandro 2, Borci 4, Fiapai, William 16, Flores 8, Goodloe 5, Henry 4, McAdams 0,  Marcus 2, Murua 4,  Paul 1,  Trujillo 1, Tucker 5.  Rancho Alamitos-- Cummings, Kenny 3,  Gutierrez, Elias 6, Mendoza, Nephtali 5, Pearson, Randy 3, Perrot, John 8, Sobrepena, D. J. 3, Torres, Richard 12, Trujillo, David 3.

LA City Section Non-League Game Scores For Saturday, Dec. 7, 2002

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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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