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CIF-SS Boys Div. I-AA Bracket
Quarterfinal Results--(Mar. 1, 2003)
The semifinals are now set, and this Tuesday we will see Eisenhower playing Oxnard, and Leuzinger taking on Silverado for the right to advance to the finals. The semifinal games will be played at "alternate sites" so we won't know the exact locations for a day or two. Silverado and Leuzinger have both played two home games, so there was a flip to determine the host, and Silverado won. Oxnard, on the other hand, got to play all of its three games thus far at home, so Eisenhower was the "host" team by default. Neither team had selected an "alternate site" as of the time of this story, but when we find out, we'll let everyone know where the games will be played.
|First round games
|Upper half of Bracket|
|Montclair 48||@||Eisenhower 65||
Santa Monica 62
|Murrieta Valley 70||@||Highland 63|
|Downey 46||@||Millikan 56||
|Arroyo Grande 30||@||Santa Monica 71|
|Ayala 57||@||Upland 80||
|Quartz Hill 62||@||Lynwood 65|
|Peninsula 62||@||Valencia/V 68||
|Aliso Niguel 50||@||Oxnard 76|
|Lower half of Bracket|
|Santa Ana 50||@||Fontana 89||
Temecula Valley 71
Temecula Valley 68
|Rancho Cucamonga 81||@||Temecula Valley 87|
|Fountain Valley 48||@||Leuzinger 87||
|Dana Hills 40||@||Long Beach Poly 67|
|Redlands E. Valley 48||@||Ontario 71||
|Etiwanda 62||@||Santiago/Corona 42|
|LB Wilson 70||@||Diamond Bar 59||
|Alhambra 42||@||Silverado 81|
Quarterfinal Results--Games Played Friday, Feb. 28, 2003 (Listed in Bracket Order)
Eisenhower 78, Santa Monica 62 --Boston College
signee Sean Marshall scored 28 points and Brandon Kennedy added 19 points and 15 rebounds
for Eisenhower (22-7), which led 41-21 at the half. Brett DeAngelis scored 23 of his 30
points in the second half for Santa Monica which finishes the year at 25-6.
Oxnard 73, Lynwood 66 --Henry Patterson scored 18 and teammate Ivan Barragan scored 16 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter to lead Oxnard (26-3) over Lynwood (25-5). Lynwood, which trailed by as much as 14 in the first half, pulled to within four points with just under two minutes to play. However, Barragan maded four free throws in the final 23 seconds to help seal the victory. Senior guard Daniel McCall scored a game-high 21 points and junior swingman Ashlee Palmer added 20 for the Knights, who finished the season 25-5.
Leuzinger 80, Temecula Valley 68 --Dorrell Wright
scored 25 points to lead Leuzinger (19-10). Ross Green scored 25 points for Temecula
Silverado 78, Ontario 64 --Brandon Price scored 18 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead Silverado (28-1) to the win. Teammate Jaime Lester also scored 18 points, while Vince Alvardo added 17. Desmond Cruz scored 24 points to lead Ontario (23-6)..
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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