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CIF-SS Boys Division I-A Bracket:
Quarterfinals Tonight--(Feb. 28, 2003)

Here's the bracket updated with tonight's schedules.  If you're interested in finding out about how the teams got here, we've collected some scores and details from the second round games which were played on Tuesday (first round scores and details are also noted too.  We've already posted the scores and details from the wild card games so those aren't repeated here).  Here's the bracket:


First round games
Friday
February 21
  Second Round
Tuesday

February 25
Quarterfinals
Friday

Feb 28
Semifinals
Tuesday

March 4
Finals
March 8
@ Pond
Upper half of Bracket
Thousand Oaks 41 @ No. 1 Loyola 79   Loyola77
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Lancaster 58
Loyola

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Chaparral

   
Colton 55 @ Lancaster 70
Camarillo 61 @ Walnut 53 Chaparral 75
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Camarillo 73
Chaparral 67 @ Hart 63
West Covina 44 @ Indio 73 Indio
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Cajon
Cajon

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Capistrano Valley

Riverside Poly 50 @ Cajon 61
Santa Ana Valley 63 @ Marina 68 Capistrano Valley 54
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Marina 50
Temescal Canyon 43 @ No. 4Capistrano Valley 65
Lower half of Bracket
Yucaipa 52 @ No. 3 Canyon Springs 79  

Canyon Springs 64
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Saugus 46

Canyon Springs

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Mission Viejo

 
Saugus 44 @ Century 35
Coachella Valley 39 @ Rowland 71 Mission Viejo 64
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Rowland 54
Crescenta Valley 50 @ Mission Viejo 55
El Toro 57 @ Kaiser 53 Los Alamitos 56
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  El Toro 47
Montebello

Los Alamitos

Los Alamitos 70 @ Righetti 52
Simi Valley 75 @ Montebello 61 Montebello 67
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Glendora 57
Canyon (CC) 35 @ No. 2 Glendora 63

Here are the scores and details (mostly from the LA Times,  but with added details from the OC Register, Daily Breeze, LB Press Telegram, LA Daily News, Ventura County Star, Santa Barbara News-Press, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, San Bernardino Sun,  and other local media outlets):


First Round Scores and Details (in bracket order)-- Games Played Friday, February 21:

Loyola 79, Thousand Oaks 47--Davis Cantor had 18 points on six-of-eight three-point shooting and Chris Rucker finished with 10 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots for Loyola (22-4).

Lancaster 70, Colton 55--

Camarillo 61, Walnut 53--David Reichel had 22 points Derek added 17 points for Camarillo (19-7) in a first-round playoff game at Walnut (19-5).

Chaparral 67, Hart 63--Dwain Williams had 19 points and Manuel Montano added 18 points to lead Chaparral (18-11). Cody Kase had 22 points to pace host Hart (22-5).

Indio 73, West Covina 44--

Cajon 61, Riverside Poly 50--

Marina 68, Santa Ana Valley 63--James Lambert led Marina (19-8) with 22 points. Santa Ana Valley finishes 13-14.

Capistrano Valley 65, Temescal Canyon 43--Davis Baker led Capistrano Valley (19-7) with 27 points, with George Fedorotsev adding 18 points. Temescal Canyon ends the season 17-13.

Canyon Springs 79, Yucaipa 52--

Saugus 44, Century 35--B.J. Willlkome led Saugus (16-11) with 17 points. Ramon Mendoza topped Century (19-8) with 13 points.

Rowland 71, Coachella Valley 39--Larry Tiu scored 19 and Kris Lewis added 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead Rowland (22-5) over Coachella Valley (11-12).

Mission Viejo 55, Crescenta Valley 50--Jake Collins scored 24 points to lead host Mission Viejo (24-3) over Crescenta Valley (18-11).

El Toro 57, Kaiser 53--Matt Claflin scored 13 points to lead El Toro (23-4) over host Kaiser (16-11). Francisco Acevedo led Kaiser with 16 points, including three 3-pointers.

Los Alamitos 70, Righetti 52--Kyle Brucculbri and Jeremy Childs each scored 13 points to lead visiting Los Alamitos (19-10). Aaron Subido scored 25 for Righetti (16-9).

Montebello 75, Simi Valley 61--Ian Parks registered a triple-double with 17 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks to lead host Montebello (21-6). Michael Gonzalez added 20 points for Montebello.

Glendora 63, Canyon 35--James Powell scored 24 points to lead host Glendora (24-3).


Second Round (in bracket order)  Games Played Tuesday, February 25, 2003:


Loyola 77, Lancaster 58 --Davis Cantor had 19 points, including five three-pointers, and Omar Wilkes added 17 points for top-seeded Loyola (23-4) at Lancaster.

Chaparral 75, Camarillo 72 --Dwain Williams scored 35 points and made 14 of 14 free throws, extending his playoff streak to 36 consecutive made free throws, for Chaparral (19-11), an at-large team. Manuel Montano had 19 points and nine blocked shots, including one with three seconds remaining to seal the victory.

Cajon 76, Indio 72 (OT)--

Capistrano Valley 54, Marina 50--George Fedorotsev had 20 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks to lead Capistrano Valley (20-7). Matt Brennan scored 15 to lead Marina (19-7).

Canyon Springs 64, Saugus 46--Tron Smith had 18 points and Richard Cobbs and Andre McGee each had 15 points for Canyon Springs (24-4). D.J. Willkomm had 25 points for Saugus (16-12).

Mission Viejo 64, Rowland 54 --Jed Collins and Brandon Hamilton led five players in double figures by scoring 14 points each for Mission Viejo (25-3). Kris Lewis had 20 points and Larry Tieu added 19 for host Rowland (22-6).

Los Alamitos 56, El Toro 47 --Kyle Brucculeri had 19 points, including four three-pointers, and Jeremy Childs added 13 points for Los Alamitos (20-8). Patrick Carney had 19 points Matt Claflin added 14 points for host El Toro (23-5).

Montebello 67, Glendora 57 --Ian Parks scored 26 points for Montebello. James Powell had 17 points for host Glendora (23-4).


All games with the exception of the final round will start at 7:30 p.m. unless another time is mutually agreed upon and clearance is received from the CIF-SS Office.  Public coin flips will be held in the lobby of the CIF-SS Office at 9:00 a.m. the day following each playoff game [these coin flips will determine subsquent sites after the first round, i.e., which school will be the host].  Coin flips will be available after 9:30 a.m. and we'll try to keep everyone posted with them here. 

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