SoCalHoops High School News
Game Scores & Details: Day Two, Week Three,
Tuesday 12/17/02--(Dec. 19, 2002)
Yeah, yeah, we're late, so what....Most of this is probably old news by now anyway, but it will help the pollsters when it comes time to do their thing. So here are the details of the games played on this past Tuesday.....Not all the games played, but all the games played that we could find details about or that people alerted us to via e-mail. If there's a score we've neglected to report, let us know.
|Tournament Game Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002|
Northview 64, Alhambra 58 (2 OT) --Luster Williams scored 29 points for Northview (4-3). Andro Espiritu scored 15 for the Vikings, who forced overtime with an impressive showing in the fourth quarter and went on to beat the Moors. Northview outscored Alhambra (2-5) 24-9 in the fourth quarter and held on long enough to get the victory in the second overtime period. Arthur White scored 17 points and Chung Johnson had 16 for the Moors.
Cerritos 63, Gabrielino 51--Junior forward Andrew Oddie scored 19 points to lead the Dons (5-1) to the win in pool play. Junior guard Jon Ma had 16 points for Cerritos, which will next face El Rancho.
Montebello 73, LA Roosevelt 56-- Michael Gonzalez had 21 points for Montebello (4-2). Sal Escalon led Roosevelt with 16 points. David Gonzalez pitched in with 12 for Montebello (4-2 overall), which came back after being down 33-30 at halftime.
San Gabriel 68, Santa Fe 73 --
Anaheim Convention Center
El Toro 80, Magnolia 30--Patrick Carney and Darryl Best each had 12 points to lead El Toro, which led, 28-0, at the end of the first quarter. Five Chargers scored in double figures.
Los Alamitos 70, Katella 47--Josh Cheek scored 22 points to lead Los Alamitos.
Villa Park 77, San Clemente 44--Corey Miller had 19 points to lead Villa Park (4-3). San Clemente falls to 1-6.
Newport Harbor 62, Orange Lutheran 61 (OT) -- Newport Harbor (8-1) will play El Toro (8-0) in the second round at the Convention Center in a rematch of Saturday's championship game of the Bill Reynolds Basketball Classic which El Toro won, 57-44. Nedim Pajevic, a 6-foot-8 senior, led Newport Harbor with 18 points. Brett Lowenthal added 12 and Andre Pinesett 10 for the Sailors. Sean Luecke led Orange Lutheran with 20 points, and Nathan Klitzing added 15. Orange Lutheran (4-2) will play Magnolia at Katella High on Thursday. Orange Lutheran led by four at the half. halftime. Newport Harbor outscored Orange Lutheran, 19-8, in the third quarter, but the Lancers rallied to outscore the Sailors by six in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Ayala Dog Fight Tournament
Alta Loma 50, Ayala 43--
Pomona 65, Murrieta Valley 51--Alvaro Nunez scored 18 points and William Clark had 16 as the Red Devils outscored the Nighthawks 23-14 in the fourth quarter to pull away. Norman Fletcher had 15 points for Pomona, which plays Jurupa Valley on Thursday.
Nogales 57, Jurupa Valley 42--no details available.
Riverside ML King 57, Verbum Dei 54--Matthew Thomas hit a 3-pointer off the dribble at the buzzer to give King (4-2) the win. Arthur Clark led King with 14 points and Thomas finished with eight. Amir Johnson scored 23 points and 10 rebounds for Verbum Dei (4-3) who played without two of its starters in the loss. Verbum Dei had tied the game 54-54 on a three with 20 seconds left.
Bonita 53, Azusa 42--Carroll Wheatley scored 19 points for the Bearcats in their victory over the Aztecs. Oscar Nunez had 19 points for Azusa, which fell to 2-3.
Charter Oak 57, Gladstone 38--Michael Harris scored 26 points and 9 rebounds to lead Charter Oak (4-3). Gladstone falls to 0-3. Sean Brown had a team-high 10 points for Gladstone.
Mountain View 38, Covina 36--Victor Ramirez hit a 3-pointer as time expired to lift Mountain View (4-1). Ramirez finished with 10 points.
Bell-Jeff 74, Glendale 49--Shant Kerjekian scored 17 points and Brendan Doyle added 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Bell-Jeff (3-2).
LA Grant 72, LA Van Nuys 44--Jason Hill scored 16 points and Max Hutchison added 12 points on four 3-pointers to lead Grant (2-4).
Crescenta Valley Tournament
Crescenta Valley 74, Quartz Hill 43--Harvard-bound senior guard Jimmy Goffredo (6'-0" Sr. G) and Matt Oliver each had 22 points for host Crescenta Valley (5-1).
LB Cabrillo 46, St. John Bosco 45-- With 15 seconds to go, Cabrillo junior swingman James Silvie stepped up to the free-throw line, and sank two foul shots to give the Jaguars (3-1) a one-point lead. St. John Bosco failed to score on the ensuing possession, and Cabrillo escaped with a 46-45 victory. Silvie led Cabrillo with 12 points and 13 rebounds, and three players scored eight apiece for the Jaguars, including Jerrell Williams, Hilton Dawson and Cartier Carter. The Braves got good play from their senior guard tandem of Eric Lane and Robert Reynaga. Lane scored 12 points, and Reynaga had 11 for St. John Bosco, which fell to 5-2.
Taft 98, Verdugo Hills 55--Jordan Farmar (6'-2" Jr. G) scored a game-high 39 points and Matt Cook added 29 more to lead Taft (4-2). Daniel Dingman had 28 points for Verdugo Hills (3-5). For the first time this season, the Toreadors played a game with a full roster as members of the football team suited up for the game. Steve Smith added 12 points and 13 rebounds. Taft (4-2) built a comfortable 67-46 lead going into the fourth quarter but found yet another gear, blowing out Verdugo Hills 31-9 in the final frame to put the game away and advance to the second round against St. John Bosco.
Eagle Rock Tournament
Bell (LA ) 78, LA Lincoln 52--
Gardena (LA) 61, LA Manual Arts 54--
LA Birmingham 53, LA Marshall 48--Tony Williams scored 23 points for Birmingham (3-6) and Yeliya Guyumdzhyan had 22 for Marshall (1-4).
South Pasadena 66, LA Belmont 52--T.J. Finley had 25 points for South Pasadena (5-1).
Garden Grove "Orange Coast
Optimist Holiday" Tournament
Garden Grove 61, El Monte 47--Joe Monsoor scored 23 points and took 10 rebounds to lead Garden Grove (4-3). Andrew Gutierrez scored 23 points for El Monte (0-8).
La Mirada 64, Westminster 51--John Van Ruiten scored 24 points and John Oronoz added 21 points to lead La Mirada (4-3). Ruiten and Oronoz both hit five 3-pointers. Westminster drops to 0-6.
Oxnard Pacifica 55, Sage Hill 41--Deaven Washington scored 20 points to lead Pacifica (5-1).
Western 57, Saddleback 44--Wilmer Fiapia scored 21 points and had nine rebounds to lead Western (6-1). Saddleback drops to 2-4.
Irvine World News Tournament
Dana Hills 65, Corona Centennial 52--Andrew Kerns' 15 points led the Dolphins, who will play Northwood in the second round.
Diamond Bar 57, Santa Margarita 54--Khalif Ford had 24 points and four steals as the Brahmas (7-1) knocked off the Eagles (7-1), the defending tournament champions, at Irvine High. Caylen Clark helped spark Diamond Bar in the second half with eight rebounds and two blocks. Nathan Lyons-Smith made two free throws with 15 seconds remaining to give the Brahmas a six-point lead and ice the victory. Todd Folmer scored 21 points for the Eagles (5-1) in their first-round loss to the Brahmas.
Northwood 65, Fountain Valley 35-- The Timberwolves (6-0) led by 15 at halftime in the win over the Barons (3-3). Shawn Bailey led Northwood with 13 points and nine rebounds. Northwood jumped out to a 17-8 lead after one quarter and built the advantage to 30-15 at halftime. The Timberwolves moved out to a 45-21 lead on a basket by John Chrispens late in the third quarter. Senior guard Drew Terry, who was held to eight points, finished the third quarter with a jumper at the buzzer giving the Timberwolves a 50-21 lead after three quarters. Twelve players scored for the Timberwolves. Center Rob Selway scored 12 points. Freshman guard Tino Zaragoza added six points. Matt Danison, a transfer from El Toro who has been sidelined the past two weeks with a hand injury, had three points, including a basket at the final buzzer.
Redondo 76, Cajon 73 (OT)--Wendell White scored 40 points and had 20 rebounds to lead Redondo (4-1); White also had four steals and three assists. Tony Dandridge and Romale Porter each scored 21 points, but the Cowboys (2-4) lost to the Seahawks in overtime at the Irvine World News Tournament.
Stockdale (Bakersfield) 59, Edison 55--Sam Betty and Matt Garnett each scored 21 points as the Stockdale High boys basketball team handed Edison its first loss of the year. Also for Stockdale (5-1), Tommy Brown and Mark Morehead each added five points apiece. Steve Braun scored a team-leading 18 points for Edison (4-1).
University (Irvine) 97, Norco 81--Jon Asnon scored 37 points and Charles Valentine added 27 to lead University (4-1). Jeremy Black scored 36 for Norco. University's win advanced them into the second round against Redondo Union. Asnon also had eight assists and seven rebounds. A.J. Moskus added 16 points and 11 rebounds. University made 27 of 47 field goals and sank 9 of 23 three pointers. University is trying to reach the finals of the Irvine World News Classic for the first time since 1999, when the Trojans beat Nogales, 50-45.
Woodbridge 78, Laguna Beach 35--Woodbridge (4-2) jumped out with a 27-point first quarter and never looked back in easily handling Laguna Beach (5-3) in the first round game. Woodbridge moves on and will play Bakersfield Stockdale in the second round on Wednesday night. Woodbridge has been in the title game the previous two years. It beat St. Paul, 67-49, two years ago and lost to Santa Margarita, 60-48, last year. Woodbridge led, 41-21, at halftime and was up by as many as 40 points in the third quarter. Woodbridge double-teamed Laguna Beach's Kyle Hogan, who transferred from Villa Park before the season, limiting him to just six points in the game. Hogan had been averaging 24 ppg prior to the contest. The Warriors were led by Mike Nicoll, who hit five three-pointers and finished with 19 points. David Burgess added 13 points for Woodbridge.
La Canada Tournament
Bishop Montgomery 82, Flintridge Prep 44--Fred Washington scored 18 points and had 11 rebounds and Nate Clark added 15 points on five-for-five shooting from beyond the arc to lead the Knights (6-1). Tim Mercer scored 18 points for Flintridge Prep (3-2).
Moorpark 81, St. Francis 43--Keith Lawrence scored 19 points and Jonathan Aiwazian scored 14 points for Moorpark (5-2).
Muir 62, Maple Ridge (Can) 55--Ryan Graves had a team-high 13 points for the Muir High School boys basketball team, which overcame a poor second quarter to force overtime and post a 62-55 victory over Maple Ridge in the first round of the La Canada Tournament on Tuesday night. The Mustangs could manage only four points in a dismal second quarter, but bounced back in the second half to force the overtime period, which they dominated. Brian Smith had a team-high 19 points and Clayton Henring had 17 for Maple Ridge in the loss. Muir improved its record to 3-4.
La Sierra Tournament
Arrowhead Christian 74, Calvary Chapel Murrieta 49--Mark Johnson (6'-0" Jr. F) scored 27 points and sophomore Tyler Light added 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead Arrowhead Christian (7-2).
McFarland 68, Antelope Valley Christian 56 -- Ismael Delgado scored 24 points to lead the Cougars past Antelope Valley Christians at the first day on Mojave Varsity Tournament. Joel Venegas scored 13 points, while Paul Rivas added 11 for McFarland (2-4). Jeremiah Nurse put up 21 points for Antelope Valley Christian.
Mojave 47, Frazier Mountain 45--Kenny Avon scored 15 points and Joel Klingenberg added 12 to lead the Mustangs over the Falcons in the first round of the Mojave Varsity Tournament. Nick Starr scored 16 points and 11 rebounds, while Dan Yeager added 15 for Frazier Mountain (3-3), who takes on Antelope Valley Christian on Thursday.
Village Christian 64, Lone Pine 54--Jacob Briggs scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and teammate Zack Garcia added 13 points for Village Christian of Sun Valley (4-2) in a first-round game at the Mojave tournament.
Oaks Christian Tournament
Oaks Christian 83, West Valley Christian 35--Mike Hornbuckle scored 22 points to lead host Oaks Christian (5-2). West Valley Christian drops to 2-3.
Campbell Hall 42, New Roads 34--
Tarbut v'Torah Tournament
Calvary Baptist 70, Liberty Christian 64--Aaron Arango scored 13 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter as the Cougars (1-5) rallied from a nine-point third quarter deficit to beat the Minutemen in a pool play game. Charles Andrews had a game-high 27 points and Jake Ruff added a career-high 18 for Calvary Baptist. Tom Mix had 24 points and 15 rebounds and Patrick Doney added 22 points for Liberty Christian (5-3).
Tarbut v' Torah 67, Zinsmeyer Academy 58--Steven Eghbali scored 45 points for Tarbut v'Torah (7-0).
Troy-Sonora "North Orange County
Don Lugo 75, Bassett 57--Senior forward Roger Amaya put up 22 points, Mike Guzik scored 17 points, and Glenn Powers added 14 more to lead the Conquistadores (3-3) in a solid victory over the Olympians. Brian Priero scored 18 points to lead Bassett. Freshman 6-4 center Jamil Greenwood added 10 points and 13 rebounds senior point guard Mike Guzik contributed 17 points and seven assists for Don Lugo.
Downey 48, La Serna 36--Rolando Felizola scored 17 points to lead Downey (4-2). La Serna goes to 7-2.
Fullerton 43, Laguna Hills 29--Brett Hoerner had 12 points and 12 rebounds to lead Fullerton (7-0) over Laguna Hills (3-6).
Ganesha 62, Anaheim 34--Antonio Taylor scored 25 points and Bradley Ike added 10 to lead the Giants (4-4) in a game played at Fullerton Sunny Hills High. Ganesha outscored the Colonists 37-19 in the second half.
La Habra 57, Santa Ana Valley 53--Sean McDonough had 12 points for La Habra (7-2) at La Serna High.
LB Wilson 71, West Torrance 60--Kevin Crockett scored 25 points to lead Long Beach Wilson (6-1). West Torrance goes to 4-3. Chad Hunt scored 19 and Paul Nitake added 14 points for West Torrance.
Los Altos 78, Downey Calvary Chapel 61--Dillon Rogers connected on five three-pointers and scored 29 points (according to the LA Times, which mispelled his name "Bylan"--according to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, he had 26 points, but they spelled his name correctly), and Anthony Garcia added 24 points to lead Los Altos (3-). Ralph Miley had 20 points for Calvary Chapel (1-5).
Marina 90, El Modena 61--James Lambert had 18 points and Matt McNease and Matt Brennan each had 15 to lead Marina (5-2).
Norwalk 51, Valley Christian Cerritos 47--Dwayne Murray scored 24 points, including four three pointers and added five assists along with help from Francis Cooper who added 11 points to lead Norwalk (1-5).
Paramount 72, Sonora 61--details not availbable
San Pedro 53, Orange 47--Joe Guastella scored 23 points (according to the LA Times; he had 24 if you read the Daily Breeze) for San Pedro (3-5). Guastella also hit the key 3-point basket with 1:10 remaining to lead San Pedro to the win.
Sunny Hills 55, Savanna 29--Brandyn (CQ) Toney had 23 points for Sunny Hills (6-1).
Troy 57, Gahr 50--Maurice Johnson scored 15 points for Troy. Marques Williams had 14 points for Gahr (3-5).
Valencia 57, Los Amigos 33--details not available.
Whittier 65, St. Paul 43--Mike Hernandez scored 20 points to lead Whittier (4-3).
aka Claremont "Auto Center Classic" Tournament
AB Miller 79, Canyon Anaheim 62--Jeremiah Ward (6'-0" Sr. G) scored 21 points and Corwin Ragland had seven assists as the Rebels used a 17-2 spurt in the second quarter to dispose of the Comanches. Jonathan Littleton had 12 points and seven rebounds for Miller.
Chaparral 106, Littlerock 68--Dwain Williams scored 45 points, including nine 3-pointers, to lead Rancho Cucamonga (6-1). Littlerock falls to 2-4.
Highland 64, La Sierra 59--details not available.
Montclair 52, Rancho Verde 48--Larry Gordon had 21 points and 10 rebounds, including two key baskets in the fourth quarter and Lamar Miles added eight rebounds as the Cavaliers (3-5) won a game at Upland High. Montclair outscored the Mustangs 20-8 in the third quarter.
Ontario 60, Redlands 39--Desmond Crews had 14 points and four assists, Jerrell Smith had 12 points and 12 rebounds and Chris Taylor added 10 points and three assists to lead the Jaguars (6-2) to a victory at Rancho Cucamonga High. Ontario used a trapping defense to outscore the Terriers 22-11 in the second quarter, taking a 38-22 halftime lead.
Pasadena 73, Pacific 63--details not available.
Rancho Cucamonga 62, Chaffey 42--Byron Marks finished with 16 points and nine rebounds and Art Drumwright added 11 points to lead the Cougars (4-3) to an impressive victory over the Tigers. Nandi Nwandu led Chaffey with 14 points.
Upland 92, Desert Chapel 40--Maurice Newton scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Justin Hynes added 14 points and eight rebounds as the Highlanders (3-4) earned a commanding 55-14 halftime lead en route to an easy victory over the Eagles. Jared Lundquist led the Eagles with 13 points.
|CIF-SS League Games--Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002|
Big Sky League
Hamilton 62, Linfield 37--Jared Davis scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead visiting Hamilton of Anza (5-2, 1-0). Linfield falls to 0-7, 0-1. The Bobcats jumped to a 24-17 lead, then outscored the Lions 22-9 in the third quarter. By the time Linfield went to its full-court press in the game's final four minutes, it was too late. Linfield never got closer than 13. David Quinones added 12 points, and Oscar Mendez scored 11 for Hamilton. Ruben Rodriguez scored 13 for Linfield.
Desert Valley League
Coachella Valley 45, Desert Hot Springs 28--The Arabs led 25-13 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. David Uriarte led Coachella Valley (5-3, 1-0) with 11 points and six assists, and Nate Ramos had 10 points and eight rebounds. Alex Loya had nine points and six assists. DHS was led by Joe Gastelo, who had 10 points.
Palm Desert 50, Palm Springs 46--Andrew Johnston had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Palm Desert (3-3, 1-0) at Palm Springs. The Aztecs opened with a 21-7 run and outrebounded the Indians 30-20. Justin Sobczyk had 13 points and five assists for the Aztecs, while Quintin Watkins finished with 10 rebounds. Blake Spurgin had 20 points for Palm Springs (1-7, 0-1).
Trona 56, Death Valley 12--Cody Codycorrin had 17 points for host Trona (4-1, 2-0).
First Lutheran 58, Trinity Lutheran 43
Windward 48, Oakwood 30
Riverside Christian 61, Cornerstone Christian 29--Ryan
Klix scored 21 points and Tommy Johnson added 10 points for Riverside
Christian (3-3, 1-0). Cornerstone Christian is 2-4, 0-1.
|CIF-SS Non-League Games--Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002|
Apple Valley Christian 83, Desert Christian Bermuda Dunes 31--Kevin Dillon (6'-1" Sr. G/F) scored 19 points, seven assists and seven rebounds and Marcus Miller (5'-9" Sr. G) added 16 points, seven steals and seven assists to lead visiting Apple Valley Christian (5-0). Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian falls to 0-8.
Brentwood 69, Peninsula 64--Brandon Turner scored 29 points and had 12 rebounds to lead visiting Brentwood (5-4). Shawn Weinstein scored 29 and four assists and three steals for Peninsula (5-4). Kurt Graeber had 12 points and nine rebounds for the host Panthers (5-4) in the home loss.
Brethren Christian 43, Fairmont Prep 34--Bryan Jefferson scored 14 to lead Brethren Christian.
Cabrillo (Lompoc) 68, Carpinteria 54--The Conquistadores posted four players in double-figures scoring and pulled away with a nonleague victory on the road. David Horton led the Warriors (2-4) with 13 points while Julian Lopez added 10 and Justin Lamar had 11 rebounds.
Colton 76, Rubidoux 75--Senior guard Daniel Evans and senior forward Bryan Sorenson each scored 20 points as the Yellowjackets (7-3) defeated the visting Falcons in a nonleague game.
Fontana 78, Temecula Valley 67-- Fontana (6-1), coming off the championship title in the Murrieta Valley Nighthawk Classic, dominated in the non-league game. The Steelers outscored Temecula, 7-2, to close out the third quarter and had another 7-2 run to start the fourth. Trayvon Williams led Fontana with 22 points, including a thunderous dunk that gave the Steelers their biggest lead of the night, 78-64, with less than two minutes remaining. Sean Green added 18 while Darryl Diggins and Mike Robertson each scored 13 for Fontana. Ross Green was the leading scorer for the Bears (3-7) with 22 point, including an 11-point effort in the second quarter. Josh Bomar added 13 and David Hodge 11 for the Bears.
Granite Hills 52, Palmdale 44--Brandon Henderson (6'-7" Jr. F) scored 16 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for Granite Hills (4-3). Greg Slade scored 23 points for Palmdale.
Hesperia Christian 75, Vasquez 69--Junior 6-1 wing Josh Hamilton scored 19 points and senior 6-5 forward Jesse McDonald scored 14 and took 11 rebounds as the Patriots (4-3) held off the visiting Mustangs (4-3) in a nonleague game. Izzi Sandoval had 21 points for Vasquez (4-3).
La Canada 70, La Salle 66--Billy Hofman had 21 points and 12 assists for host La Canada (6-1). Matt Kelly had 25 points for La Salle (8-1)
La Verne Lutheran 101, Redlands Grove 10--David Beckett had 33 points and 14 rebounds, Jon Harmon added 32 points and 21 rebounds and Trevor Mathews added 13 points and eight rebounds to lead the Trojans (3-3) to the blowout victory at home. Lutheran led 26-0 after a quarter and 51-5 at halftime.
Los Pinos 47, Rio Contiguo 36--no details available.
Malibu 81, Camarillo Cornerstone Christian 36--
Mira Costa 51, Beverly Hills 31--Steve Bertrand had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Mira Costa (7-2).
Morro Bay 70, King City (CIF Central) 65--Danny Anderson scored 20 points to lead Morro Bay (6-3).
Nordhoff 56, Santa Ynez 49--Micah Nylander scored 13 points to lead host Nordhoff (5-2)
Oxnard 63, Santa Paula 43--Martin Merricks and Ivan Barragan both scored 11 points to lead Oxnard (7-2) over host Santa Paula (3-6).
Pacific Hills 60, Ribet Academy 42--Adam Kries had 17 points for host Pacific Hills (5-4).
Palm Valley 52, Ambassador Christian 35--Colin Kirkpatrick and Sean Krubinski dominated for Palm Valley. Kirkpatrick had 14 points and six assists, and Krubinski had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jordan Liebling added 11 points for Palm Valley (6-2).
Paloma Valley 66, Serrano 55--Senior 6-5 center Casey Moen scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds but the visiting Diamondbacks (4-5) lost their nonleague matchup with the Wildcats (3-5).
Perris 58, Moreno Valley--Perris center Andrew Green made 2 of 3 free throws after being fouled on a 35-foot shot attempt with one second left to give the Panthers a 58-56 win over Moreno Valley, which lost to San Bernardino Arroyo Valley by two points after losing a 12-point, fourth-quarter lead in a preceding game on Monday.
Pioneer 77, Glenn 53--David Ochoa had a team-high 19 points and Carlos Martinez had 17 for the Titans. Ricky Reyes had 16 points for visiting Pioneer (4-3), which poured on the offense in the second half, outscoring Glenn 45-28.
Price 53, Serra 40--Carl Wilson scored 12 points to lead host Serra (1-8) in the loss.
San Gabriel Academy 71, Pasadena Poly 47--Chris Ostos had 29 points and nine rebounds and Sean Palmer added 11 points and 16 rebounds to lead host San Gabriel Academy (4-3). Pasadena Poly drops to 4-3. Kevin Kawachi scored 14 points and Bobby Bowman had 10 for Pasadena Poly (4-3).
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 52, Ontario Christian 46 --Joey Jones had 20 points for Calvary Chapel (5-4). Greg Talen put up 25 points and Don Vanden Berge added 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Knights (3-6) in their loss to the Eagles.
Silver Valley 57, Desert 52--Junior forward Sidney Tharpe scored a game-high 18 points and senior forward Ricky Johnson added 12 as the Trojans (4-4) defeated the visiting Scorpions (1-5) in a nonleague game.
South Bay Lutheran 81, Bethel Christian 32--Chris Maxey scored 16 points to lead host South Bay Lutheran (3-1).
Wilson (Hacienda Heights) 79, California 77 (OT)--Mike Moreno scored 35 points to lead host Hacienda Heights Wilson (3-3). California falls to 2-5.
Whittier Christian 77, Mesrobian 75--Tigran Grigorian scored 44 points to lead Mesrobian (1-2).
Victor Valley 64, Apple Valley 37--Kimo Brown (6'-0" Sr. G) scored 22 points and six rebounds to lead visiting Victor Valley (7-3) over Apple Valley (3-6). Senior forward Thim Thompson added seven points, seven rebounds and four steals for Victor Valley.
|LA City Section League Games--Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002|
Bravo 79, Valley Alternative 32--details not available.
King Drew 78, Sherman Oaks CES 58--Junior shooting guard Marvin Mills scored 26 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had nine assists to lead King-Drew (5-3, 1-0) to the home win in the league opener for both teams. Senior point guard Terrell Burgess contributed 20 points, seven assists and five boards for King- Drew.
|LA City Section Non-League Games--Scores For Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002|
Jefferson 104, LACES 71--Gary White scored 32 points and Alston Usher scored 20 points for Jefferson (5-2).
LA Poly 76, Reseda 55--Omar Castaneda scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds for Poly (3-3). Reseda falls to 2-4.
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