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Game Scores & Details: Day Two, Week Two,
Tuesday 12/10/02--(Dec. 12, 2002)

Sorry we're so late, but we got hung up with some very heavy work (yes, we mean real work).  Better late than never.  Tuesday's high scorer?  Harvard-bound Jimmy Goffredo of Crescenta Valley who scored a phenomenal 47 points. Here are the rest of the details of games played on Tuesday.  ....Not all the games played, but all the games played that we could find details about.

Tournament Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2002

Arlington Tournament
Pool Play

Arlington 62, Coachella Valley 38--A third quarter surge pushed the Lions past the Arabs (3-1) in a Arlington Tournament opener. Coachella Valley, led by the nine points of Jerry Mendoza and the seven points of David Uriarte, continues tournament play today with a 4:30 p.m. contest against Rim of the World.

Loma Linda Academy 74, Riverside Ramona 58--Javier DeLeon scored 17 points for Loma Linda (3-1). Ramona is 1-5.


Arroyo Holiday Tournament
First Round

Arroyo 64, Bell Gardens 42--Kevin Zhang scored 22 points to lead Arroyo (1-2). Bell Gardens falls to 1-3.

Los Altos 109, Bravo 56--Anthony Garcia and Dylan Rogers each scored 27 points for Los Altos (1-0). 
 


Cathedral City-Palm Desert Holiday Desert Cities Classic
Pool Play

No games played Tuesday....Next games on Wednesday, 12/11/02


Cerritos Valley Christian
Pool Play

Cerritos Valley Christian 51, Rancho Alamitos 34-- Senior forward Aaron Brink had 19 points and 13 rebounds, and junior forward Matt Tein scored 16 point as the Crusaders beat Rancho Alamitos  in the first round of the Valley Christian Tournament.  The Crusaders (1-2) used an 18-6 first quarter to put the game away early.

Mary Star 66, Loara 56--Junior guard Jeff Fiamengo scored 18 points, and senior guard John Foster had 13 as the Stars (1-0) defeated the Saxons (1-4) in a pool-play game at Valley Christian High.  Loara's Drew Howard scored a game high 28 points.  Jonathan Philips had eight points, eight rebounds and four steals for Mary Star while Jeff Schwartz had six points and three blocks.


Calvary Chapel Downey Grizzly Classic Tournament
Pool Play


Bellflower 85, Upland Chrisitian 33--Denuan Emmanuel had 32 points for Bellflower (3-0) and Adam Chavez had 10 for Upland Christian (4-2).  The Eagles trailed by only only three points at halftime (23-27) but lost their momentum in the second half.

Stoneridge Prep 84, Calvary Chapel 49-- Ralph Miley had 25 points, but it was not enough as the host Grizzlies (0-2) fell in pool play.
 


El Rancho Tournament
Quarterfinals


Bassett 50, Santa Fe 30--Bryan Prieto scored 15 points for Basset (4-2).  Bassett (4-2) will play the Lynwood Knights on Friday in the tournament semifinals.

La Habra 60, Whittier 57--Mike Hernandez scored 24 points for Whittier. La Habra goes to 3-1.   La Habra 13 16 10 21--60 Whittier--9 17 10 21--57. La Habra --Flores, Alan 4, Hamlin Ii, Zephran 19, Kienzle, Brett 5, McDonough, Luke 4, McShane, Tyler 18, Rizo, Mario 8, Salo, Josh 2.

Serrano 63, Cantwell 60-- Senior 6-5 center Casey Moen had 21 points and 10 rebounds as the Diamondbacks (4-2) beat the Cardinals in the second round of the El Segundo Tournament.  Senior guard Paul Verduzco made 5-of-6 free throws in the final two minutes to seal the victory for Serrano. Chris Young had 10 assists for the Diamondbacks
 


El Segundo Tournament
Pool Play

Mira Costa 57, Los Angeles 31--Joe Nwabuzor had 14 points and seven rebounds as Mira Costa (4-1) broke open a 31-31 tie with three minutes left in the third quarter by finishing the game with a 26-0 run in the first round. Steve Bertrand added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Mira Costa, and Matt Carey finished with nine points and seven rebounds.

Santa Monica 89, San Pedro 66--Brett DeAngelis scored 22 points for Santa Monica (2-3).

South Gate 68, Brentwood 65--Junior forward Lorenzo Mata scored 24 of his 31 points in the second half, including two free throws with three seconds left to clinch the victory for South Gate (4-3). Brandon Turner scored 38 points for Brentwood. Mata also had 16 rebounds and eight blocks as South Gate recovered from an 11-point halftime deficit.

Torrance 67, Narbonne 66-- Kevin Finney and Ryan Crespin both had 15 points as Torrance (3-2) needed overtime and a strong defensive effort to beat Narbonne. Christian Smith and Amir Fisher both had 21 points for Narbonne, but were held to two combined points after the third quarter. Dustin May finished with 13 for Torrance.


Fullerton Tournament
Pool Play

Glendale Hoover 70, Claifornia 62--
Chris Rivera had 30 points, 12 rebounds and six assists and Ara Mahbessian added 18 points and eight rebounds for Hoover (2-3). Armen Baghdasarian added 12 assists for Hoover.

La Serna 65, Valencia 50--Dusty Zuber scored 27 points to lead La Serna (4-0). Valencia drops to 0-2.
 


Hollywood HS Holiday Tournament
Pool Play

Foshay 62, Lake Balboa Birmingham 60 (OT)--Chris Melson scored 19 points for Foshay (3-3).


La Quinta Tournament
Pool Play

Buena Park 52, Saddleback 48-- Saddleback 12 7 13 16 48;  Buena Park 9 12 15 16 52.  Buena Park --Butts, Christon 3, Butts, Christopher 11, Cazares, Victor 2, Cocan, Michael 4, Iglesias, Steve 15, Lee , Antoine 15, Mayor, Marc 2.  Saddleback --Alonso, Jesse 11, Campos, Jay 2, May, Demetrius 16, Sosa, Roberto 7, Washington, Chris 6,  Winrow, Travis 6.

Laguna Beach 63, La Quinta 55 -- Laguna Beach 21 11 21 10-- 63 La Quinta 15 5 15 20--55. La Quinta--Fort , Marcus 10, Gamez , Toney 10, Jongenelen, Case 5, Lam, Darren 3, Lim , Daniel 17, Lotti , Angel 6,  Nguyen , Louis 3,  Otsuka , Dean 1. Laguna Beach -- Clark, Jeff 6, Hogan , Kyle 27, Kovacevic , Ivan
2,  Norfleet , Alex 3, Renault , Peter 1, Sands, Austin 2, Willhoit , Spencer 8,  Willhoit , Taylor 7.

Santa Ana 75, Irvine 50-- Irvine 12 14 6 18--50 Santa Ana 19 19 23 14--75.  Santa Ana-- Alejandro, Daniel 10, Ates, Derrick 10, Bustamante, Eddie 4,
Favela, Danny 12, McGee, Brandon 27, Mendoza, Miguel 1, Silva, Adonay 9.  Irvine-- Bradford , Joel 5, Callian , Tom 1, Carr , Shane 2, Glauch , Josh 7, Heider , Nasi 8, Jeltema , Stephen 7, Quitugua , Andrew 5, Robins , Chad 8, Samson , Patrick 4, Verrill , Grant 3.

Orange Lutheran 62, Estancia 51-- Estancia 12 6 14 19--51;  Orange Lutheran 12 17 15 18--62.  Orange Lutheran -- Enloe 8, Klitzing , Nathan 14, Naslund,
9, Romberg , Andrew 4, Tanner, Travis  16, Wilson 6.  Estancia-- Ashman 9,  Escobedo 6, Fontana 12, Robertson 9,  Williams 6.


Liberty Christian Tournament
Pool Play

First Lutheran 48, Acaciawood 45--Chris Adams scored 22 points for First Lutheran (2-1).

Liberty Christian 74, Pilgrim 49--Patrick Doney made six three-pointers and had 23 points and Tom Mix added 14 points and nine rebounds for host Liberty Christian (3-1). Pilgrim is 0-2. Pilgrim 9 12 17 11 --49 Liberty Christian 18 13 19 24--74.  Liberty Christian --Beckland 2, Burch 15, Doney 23, Mix 14, Newville 3,  Perry 2, Sasaki 11, Wessels 4.   Pilgrim-- Anderson 24, Falkner 6, Kim 10,  Overstreet 5,  Sok 4.
 


Milken HS "Hilltopper" Tournament
Second Round

Cathedral 82, Milken 56--Alex Banks scored 39 points for host Cathedral (5-0), which led 26-18 at halftime.

Malibu 64, Valley Torah 38-- A 19-3 forth quarter run propelled Malibu into the finals of the Milken Hilltop Classic against Cathedral tommarow. Senior Aaron Smith and Sophmore point guard Shane Mahoney lead Malibu with 16 and 14 points. Thomas Oden had 10 points and Zak Katz had another excellent all around game with 7 points, 7 assists, 3 steals, and 4 rebounds. Malibu is now 3-2.


Murrietta Valley Nighthawk Classic Tournament
Pool Play


Corona Centennial 56, Elsinore 42-- The Tigers missed their first nine shots of the game, hit just two of nine in the first quarter, and turned the ball over seven times in the period as they scored just five points. Elsinore stayed in the game because the Huskies didn't score well, hitting just one of six field goals, but added six free throws to take an 8-5 lead after one quarter.   The Tigers got to within one by the half, and led by as many as four in the third quarter, but trailed by one again as the fourth quarter started. After Maurice Morris hit a bucket with 4:22 left in the game, the teams were tied at 42. They then missed their last 10 shots and turned the ball over four times down the stretch as Centennial pulled away.  The Tigers got balanced scoring, but none scored in double figures. William Hunt and J.J. Saavedra each scored nine points, and Scotty James and Morris each had eight. The Huskies' Kevin Rogers led all scorers with 16 points, and teammate Justin Williams pumped in 10.

Fontana 75, Rancho Buena Vista 69--Senior 6-4 forward Darryl Diggins scored 20 points including 12 from three-point range and grabbed five rebounds as the Steelers (2-1) outscored Rancho Buena Vista (3-1) 22-11 in the fourth quarter en route to a victory in the first round of the Murrieta Valley Tournament.  Junior 6-4 forward Sean Green added 19 points and five rebounds for Fontana.

 


Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic Tournament
Pool Play


El Toro 75, Temecula Valley 50--Patrick Carney scored 22 points for El Toro (4-0) while Ross Green and Josh Bomar each had 18 points for Temecula Valley (4-2). Temecula Valley 15 17 10 8--50; El Toro--20 22 14 19--75. El Toro--Best, Darryl 15, Brown, William 4,  Carney, Patrick 22, Claflin, Matt  14, Gottstein, Tyler 5, Johnson, Jonathan 4, Kleiman, Kyle 4, Pentz, Ronnie 7.

Peninsula 80, Banning 63--Shawn Weinstein scored 30 points for Peninsula,  on 8-for-18 shooting and added four steals and two assists. Kurt Graeber added 17 points on 7-for-11 shooting and had nine rebounds. Michael Anderson had 10 points, three rebounds and two assists for Peninsula (4-1), and Neil Fujita added nine points, three steals and two assists. Hytham Abed led Banning with 22 points, and Roderick Perry added 12 points for the Pilots (2-4), who trailed, 42-37, at halftime.


Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Ayala 63, Morningside 42--Frank Frasier scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds and Andrew Hatch added 14 points and Chris Minardo had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Ayala (1-3). Ayala plays Thursday at Huntington Beach Ocean View at 7 p.m. in the next consolation game.

Claremont 70, Gardena Serra 33--Joe Johnson scored 10 points, but the Cavaliers (0-5) still lost to the Wolfpack in a first-round game at Ocean View  High.  No one besides Johnson scored in double-figures for the Cavaliers.

Ocean View 75 Leuzinger 59--High flying Dorrell Wright was held to 20 points, as the Seahawks cruised to their 6th victory in a row. Matt Sargeant led all scorers with 23 points for Ocean View (6-1) and dished out 11 assists, while Greg Okwudibonye had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and Casey Ortiz had 14.
Leuzinger --15 15 11 18--59; Ocean View 23  9 17 26--75. Ocean View-- Impelman 1, Kreymer 4, Okwudibonye, Greg 22,  Sargeant, Matt  23, Wilson 3, Wind
1, Wurts 7.  Leuzinger-- Crooks 6,  Dobby 10, James 3,  Kelsy 5,  Terrell 4,  Wilson 7,  Dorrell Wright 20,  Donnell Wright 4.

Ontario 65, Crossroads 52 --Desmond Crews had 18 points, Jerrell Smith chipped in 14 points and Marcus and Marcel Mack each added 12 and 11 points to lead the Jaguars (4-0).

Westchester 87, Highland 52--Jonathan Toliver scored 20 points to lift Westchester (6-0) past Highland (3-4) in the first round. Scott Cutley and Trevor Ariza , who each played only two quarters, finished with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Marcus Johnson added nine points for Westchester.


Riverside Kiwanis Tournament
Pool Play

Colton 75, Jurupa Valley 45--Senior guard Daniel Evans had 17 points and five rebounds as the Yellowjackets (4-1) routed the Jaguars in the first round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament Senior 6-3 forward Bryan Sorensen added 16 points for Colton

Etiwanda 75, Rim of the World 34--6'-3" senior forward Jarrett Napier scored 15 points and Haron Kaisa had 11 points adding to the 14-player aresnal who scored for Etiwanda. Sean Giordano had 13 points for the Fighting Scots (2-3). Etiwanda (2-0).

Trabuco Hills 72, Kaiser 61-- Trabuco Hills 13 16 20 23--72 Kaiser 18 15 18 10--61 Trabuco Hills -- Al-jamie 3, Borland 6, Call 7, Chapel 4, Gross 2, Martin 2, Mee 10, Murphy 6, Simon 2,  R.J. Sivero  19, White 14.

San Gorgonio 67, Redlands 66 (OT)-- Kevin Houston scored 30 points and Ryan Sherman sank the game-winning free throw with 2.8 seconds left for San Gorgonio (5-0). Redlands is 0-3.  Junior forward Ryan Sherman's free throw with 2.8 seconds left in overtime lifted San Gorgonio to the win. The Spartans led 45-39 after three quarters but were outscored in the fourth to force overtime.  In overtime, the Terriers (0-3) jumped out to a 66-60 lead before San G. rallied.  Houston also had seven assists, while senior 6-4 guard Khorry Lewis added 15 points. Sophomore guard Mychal Estrada led Redlands with 22 points and five steals, while fellow sophomore guard Chad Smith had eight assists.


San Dimas Tournament
Pool Play


Bonita 49, Charter Oak 41--Carrol Wheatley had 15 points for Bonita (2-2) and Michael Harris scored 16 points for Charter Oak (3-1). Tommy Musa had 14 points five steals and Carroll Wheatley had 15 points and five rebounds to lead Bonita. The Bearcats outscored the Chargers 19-8 in the first quarter and 11-5 in the fourth. Michael Harris scored 16 points for Charter Oak. Bonita (2-2) will play next at 4 p.m. on Thursday against Covina Northview.

Diamond Bar 69, Northview 47--Nathan Lyon-Smith scored 17 points, Brandon Papez put up 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Khalif Ford added 12 assists to lead the Brahmas (4-1) to a commanding victory over the Vikings (1-3), who were led by Lester Williams (12 points). Diamond Bar will play at 7 p.m on Thursday against Charter Oak.

Diamond Ranch 58, Muir 55--Delano Gray scored 23 points for Diamond Ranch (1-3). Owen Duckworth had 20 points for Muir. The Mustangs rallied late, but fell short. Kris Riggins scored 11 points and Alex Finely scored 10 for Muir (1-2) Michael Earl put up an excellent all-around performance for Diamond Ranch with 10 points, 12 rebounds, and five assists. Diamond Ranch will play Thursday at 5:30 p.m. against Damien.

San Dimas 71, Damien 62--Michael Flores scored 27 points for San Dimas.


Thousand Oaks Rotary Invitational Tournament
Pool Play

Santa Barbara 72, Harvard-Westlake 63--Santiago Aguirre scored 25 points, and Taylor Rochestie added 21 points to lead Santa Barbara (4-1) to the upset. Harvard Westlake (0-1), was led by Bryce Taylor with 37 points.  No other Wolverine scored in double figures.  The Dons overcame an early 19-3 deficit and 37 points from Bryce Taylor, son of former NBA player Brian Taylor, to defeat the defending CIF champions, outscoring Harvard-Westlake 69-44 the rest of the way.  Coury Clemons added 11 points, eight rebounds and four assists for the Dons, who also had to contend with the son of former NBA forward Orlando Woolridge, Zach Woolridge. He struggled, finishing with three points.  The Dons, who improved to 4-1, will play Newbury Park Thursday evening at 5:30.


Western Tournament
Pool Play

Glenn 50, Garden Grove 48 -- Senior forward Jason Mayencourt made a layup with three seconds left to give the Eagles (2-2) the lead for good as they beat the Argonauts (1-2) in pool play.  Mayencourt finished with 16 points. Garden Grove 13 16 6 13--48 John Glenn 10 16 8 16--50 Glenn--Ayala 4, Leyva 7,  Mayencourt 16,  Moore 8, Muro 6, Townsend 9. Garden Grove--Green, Robert  2, Grimes, Guressi 3, Luu, Tommy 1, Monsoor, Joe 15, Pierce, Brian 4, Richmond, David 22.

Tustin 45, Anaheim 29--Tustin 9 13 12 11--45 Anaheim--3 8 11 7--29 Anaheim-- Barrera 6, Deville 1, Guiterrez 1, Jones 11,  MacBertize 6, Valencia 4.Tustin --Coulter 2, Curry 8, Hall 5, Lavie 16, Mair 4, Jeremiah Murphy 10.


Winter Slam Jam Tournament (@ LA Cleveland)
Pool Play

Crenshaw 117, Sherman Oaks CES 37-- details not available

Sylmar 70, Roosevelt 50-- details not available

Palmdale 76, Reseda 63--Greg Slade had 29 points for Palmdale (1-0). Reseda drops to 1-2.
 

CIF-SS League Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2002

Mulholland League

Torrance Lutheran 56, Summit View West 34--Daniel Cisneros had 23 points and 13 rebounds and teammate Aron Kim added 10 points and six rebounds to lead Lutheran/Torrance (3-0, 3-0) over visiting Summit View West (2-1, 2-1).

Westview 81, L.A. Adventist 49--Matt Eisenoff had 22 points and Youssef Hulse added 21 to lead L.A. Westview (2-0, 1-0) over visiting L.A. Adventist (2-2, 1-1).
 

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2002

Agoura 39, Oak Park 35 -- details not available

Arroyo Grande 70, Lompoc Cabrillo 64--Sean Hogoboom scored 23 points for Arroyo Grande (2-0).

Barstow 52, Littlerock 51--Senior guard Ryan Boyes hit two free throws with 20 seconds remaining as the visiting Aztecs (3-3) held on to defeat the Lobos in a nonleague game. Boyes finished with a team-high 14 points, while senior forward Keith Morton added 13.

Bishop Montgomery 76, Verbum Dei 53--Fred Washington scored 24 points to lead Bishop Montgomery (4-1). Nate Clark and Bryson Scott both added 12 and Ryan Howard finished with 11 points.

Buckley 80, Shalhevet 62--Baron Abdul-Mansour scored 25 points for host Buckley (3-2). Etan Frankel scored a game-high 26 points for Shalhevet (2-2).

California Lutheran 60, Desert Christian 53--Eric Schneider scored 32 points, but the Conquerors (0-4) only man aged two points in overtime.  James Hoesterey added 10 for Desert Christian, as the game was tied at 51 after regulation.

Camarillo 69, Royal 28--David Reichel scored 21 points for Camarillo (4-1.) Royal is 2-3.

Campbell Hall 71, Highland Hall 32-- Previously undefeated Highland Hall (3-1) fell short to currently undefeated Cambell Hall (4-0) in a non-league game. .

Crescenta Valley 75, Burbank Burroughs 60--Harvard-bound senior shooting guard Jimmy Goffredo scored 47 points for Crescenta Valley (4-1). Burroughs is 1-4.

Dana Hills 63, Tesoro 28--Ray Mitchell and Andrew Kerns had 11 points apiece for host Dana Hills (5-1). Tesoro is 1-5.   Dana Hills-- 9 21 14 19--63 Tesoro--4 6 8 10--28. Tesoro Benson , Paris  2,  Cawthorne , James 3, Daly , Scott 4, Demere , Jordan 2, Krenzer , Brian 1, Marion , Pat 8, Nelson , Brian 4, Sherry , Brett 4. Dana Hills--Bari , Micheal 6, Camp , Noah 4,  Daly , Bobby 7, Deurmeier , John 7, Ghanbari , Lorca 6,  Irizarry , Jose' 2, Kerns , Andrew 11, Kerns , Ryan 2, Mitchell , Raymond 11, Stagner , Greg 2, Templeton , Blaine 6, Wanberg  Erland 4.

Fairmont Prep 56, Oxford Academy 39--Jason Lymn had 17 points and eight rebounds and Evan Ezaki had 12 points for host Fairmont Prep (5-2). Oxford Academy is 0-5. Oxford Academy--8 12 8 11--39 Fairmont Prep --19 14 9 14--56  Fairmont Prep --Chang  10, Ezaki 12, Fall 7, Jason Lymn 17, Nawaz 4, Seregon 4, Tomayo 2.  Oxford Academy--Baldwin 4,
Barboza 2, Cavaness 2, Dang 3,  Jake Fermanian 14, Garton 2, Kweitko 6, Thompson 6.

Granite Hills 54, Sultana 32 --Sophomore guard Andrew Ellis scored 14 points and senior guard Brian Toccs added 13 as the visiting Cougars (3-1) beat the Sultans in a nonleague game.

Hamilton 62, Desert 55--David Quinonez and John Minert each scored 17 points for host Anza Hamilton (3-2). Daryl Shaw of Desert (0-4) led all scorers with 30 points, including six three-pointers.

LA Baptist 69, St. Genevieve 41--Austin Nicholson scored 16 points for LA Baptist (2-1). Richard Cisneros scored 18 points for St. Genevieve (2-2).

Lighthouse Christian 65, Bethel Baptist 52-- Lighthouse--10 19 18 18--65; Bethel Baptist--13 11 9 19--52.  Bethel Baptist--Arreola , Danny 8, Hilo, Joshua 3, Hoang, Phillip 0,  Jenkins, Joe 28, Phuthama , Jimmy 9, Pointer, Rick 2, Robles, Kyle 2, Terhoeve , Blaine 0. Lighthouse Christian --Czer 10, Hamilton 26, Kagoski 6, Korolov 14, Smith 4, Sommer 5.

Los Alamitos 59, San Clemente 52-- Los Alamitos 9 12 17 21--59 San Clemente 18 15 11 8-- 52. San Clemente-- Marcus Blackshire 21, Harrison 1, Mike Maley 12, Melton 3, Noble 6, Rusinkovich 2, Stephenson 2, Wilsey 5. Los Alamitos--Brucculeri 9, Joshua Cheek 16, Henderson 4,  Hogan 6, Jon Kahraman 19, Morris 5.

Lynwood 97, Schurr 42--Senior guard Daniel McCall scored 22 points, including six 3-point baskets, to lead the visiting Knights (4-2). Junior center Brian Moore added 15 points, eight
rebounds and two blocks for Lynwood.

Kennedy 73, Norwalk 71--Senior guard Dwayne Murray had 18 points for host Norwalk (0-3), and Steve Olvera had 17 for the Lancers, who lost to the Fighting Irish who scored on a basket with just 20 seconds to play to secure the win.  Kennedy--14 15 22 22--73;  Norwalk--13 16 9 33--71. Kennedy-- Arreguin, David  22,  Capiral, Aaron  4,  Chow, Jeffrey  6, Dilts, Nick  10, Henry, Tim  1, Lutui, Mantangi 5, Meadows, Jordan 15,  Reyes, Juan 2,  Taylor, Eric 8.

Mesa Grande 46, Cornerstone Christian 42-- details not available

Pasadena Poly 53, Ontario Christian 38--Allan Fox scored 17 points to go with 14 rebounds and Julian Davidson added 16 rebounds to lead Pasadena Poly (2-0). Ontario Christian's Matt Gabrielse led all scorers with 24 points . The Panthers outscored the Knights (2-2) 22-6 in the third quarter on their way to a dominating victory.

Paso Robles 54, Santa Ynez 36--Aaron Richman scored 15 points for Santa Ynez (0-5). Paso Robles is 1-1.

Providence 57, Rio Hondo 47--Ian Breckenridge-Jackson scored 24 points for Providence (2-1).

Maranatha 66, San Gabriel Academy 59--Caleb Rouse had 23 points and nine rebounds for Maranatha (5-1). Chris Ostos had 19 points for host San Gabriel Academy (2-3).

Morro Bay 67, San Luis Obispo 59--Derrick Dickson had 21 points to lead Morro Bay (4-1).

New Roads 70, West LA Baptist 30--Chris Perlmutter had 15 points, Nigel Davidson had 14 and Chris Cannon added 13 for visiting New Roads (4-2).

Paso Robles 54, Santa Ynez 36--The Bearcats jumped on the Pirates early and rolled to a nonleague victory on the road.  Aaron Richman led Santa Ynez with 14 points while teammate Sutton Clark added 11.

Riverside Christian 73, La Sierra Academy 49--Ryan Klix had 31 points for host Riverside Christian (1-0). Klix also grabbed 11 rebounds as the Cougars (1-0) defeated the visiting Knights in a nonleague game. Senior Ray Manning added 12 points and 14 rebounds for Riverside Christian.

San Marcos 69, Santa Maria St. Joseph 54--Drew Spaventa scored 32 points for San Marcos (3-2) in a victory over Santa Maria St. Joseph (2-1).  The host Royals fell behind 18-4 to start the game before rallying behind Spaventa's scoring.  Spaventa scored nine of his 32 in the fourth quarter as the Royals were able to pull away.  Jacob Mercer added 16 points for the Royals. Spaventa scored 15 points in the second quarter, when San Marcos (3-2) outscored the Knights 24-12.  Stewart Kussler led the Knights with 18 points.

South Pasadena 68, South Hills 55--DJ Bowie scored 36 points to lead South Pasadena (2-0). South Hills falls to 2-3.

Tri-City Christian 61, Capistrano Valley Christian 40--Marcus Harkness had 20 points to lead host Tri-City Christian (5-0). Scott Ross had 12 points for Capistrano Valley Christian (2-2).

Village Christian 81 Fillmore 49--The Crusaders led 30-14 after one quarter and it never got any closer as Village pulled away with a 32 - point victory over the Flashes. Jacob Briggs (6'4" JR G) led all scorers with 30 points, including 5 three-point baskets. Sophomore forward Zack Garcia added 16 points. Daniel Barrett (5'10" JR G), who had previously tied the school single-game assist record with 11 against Bell-Jeff, broke the record with 13 last night. The Crusaders (2-0) again travel to Fillmore this Thursday for the first round of the Fillmore Tournament with a 3:00pm game against the Nordhoff Rangers.

Whitewater 63, Desert Chapel 60--James Johnson scored 24 points and Dennis Meadows added 20 points and 19 rebounds to lead the Saints to their second win of the season. Also for Whitewater, Brett Stroshien scored eight points and eight rebounds. Whitewater plays at Sierra Academy today, the same team that knocked the Saints out of the playoffs last season

Wilson Creek 57, Redlands Calvary Chapel 26--Junior 6-2 forward Dennis Payne had 19 points, five rebounds and four steals as the visiting Eagles (1-2) defeated the Bears (0-3). Freshman 6-1 forward Ben Lee had 12 points and seven rebounds for Calvary Chapel/Redlands.

Yucapia 51, Palm Springs 35--Sophomore 6-7 forward Tyler Luszeck scored 13 of his game-high 19 points in the second half, leading the visiting Thunderbirds (3-2) over the Indians in a nonleague game. Junior 6-2 forward Mike Price and senior 6-1 guard Chris Lewis added 10 apiece for Yucaipa.

 

LA City Section Non-League Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2002

 


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