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Game Scores and Details From
Saturday 12/2/00--(Dec. 3, 2000)

These scores and game details are far from complete, but they're what we've managed to cobble together from what folks have sent us and from the data that's been published both in print and online from today's local papers.   We are missing some game details and we'll try to get them during the rest of the day.  Likewise, if you know of a game we've missed send it in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board where we're sure to see it.

Non-tournament Games

Central Section

Mission Prep 111, North County Christian 45--Mission Prep romped past North County Christian in its season opener at Mission Gym. Six-foot-eight center Souleymane Traore put back seven points in his first game for the Royals. The junior also added 10 rebounds and five blocked shots in the middle. Brent Walker set the pace early with eight steals in the first half. Walker, who hit five threes, led all scorers with 30 points. Gerald Purify had 15 points and Garret Loughren tallied 14 as the Royals jumped to a 65-19 lead by halftime. Mission Prep plays at Valley Christian on Tuesday.

Southern Section

Agoura 71, Oak Park 52-- Cornwell had 17, Johnny Gray had 16 points to lead Agoura, while Adam Allegro, who has signed a LOI with Navy, finished with 12 and 9 rebounds, as Agoura improved to 4-0 on the season. Jeff Delson had 2 and Spaulding had 6 assists and 5 steals. Oak Park's Murphy had 15 and Smith 15.  Agoura opens on Tuesday at the Montclair Prep Tournament.

Flintridge Prep 59, Mary Star 41-- Flintridge Prep improved ot 2-0 with the win, while Mary Star dropped to 0-2. Mary Star will be playing this week at the El Segundo Tournament.

Tournament Game Details

Anaheim-Loara "Taco Company Invitiational Tournament
Villa Park 69, Woodbridge 52-- Sophomore Kelly Thomas (6-foot-6) and 6-foot-8 senior Kyle Egkan scored six points each in the third quarter as they took over the inside as Villa Park outscored Woodbridge, 17-10 in the third quarter to take a 45-37 lead.   The Spartans followed the third quarter push with a 10-3 run to start the fourth quarter to take command. Thomas finished with nine points and Egkan had a game-high 16.   Senior guard Tommy Stankan added 10 points, four coming in the run to start the fourth quarter.Senior guard Matt MacGinnis finished with nine points and won the tournament MVP. Though neither team shot well, Villa Park used its size to grab rebounds and get to the free throw line where it sank 25 of 29.  Woodbridge (3-1) lacked the size that the Spartans have but used its speed and the play of All-Tournament selection Danny Lambert in the first half and trailed only 28-27 at the break. But the Warriors got a bad break with 5:03 remaining in the third quarter when Lambert, who had 14 points in the first half, injured his left ankle when he came down on Egkan in a battle for a rebound.  Lambert left the game and did not return in the quarter. Woodbridge's offense suffered as Villa Park made its run, but Lambert did return later in the fourth quarter. Lambert received All-Tournament honors for the second consecutive year and teammate Patrick Haddan (eight points) was also selected. Woodbridge has finished runner-up four times in the tournament.

Third Place
El Dorado 72, Esperanza 52--David Patton scored 27 points to lead the Golden Hawks over the Aztecs in a third-place game. Felix Loc added 16 points for the Aztecs (2-2), while Mark Davidson had 13 points. Evan Bull scored 15 points for the Golden Hawks (3-1).

BCW Buchanan Clovis West Tournament
Gold Division Championship

Clovis West 81, Upland 75--The Eagles opened a 74-61 lead when tournament MVP and Stanford signee Chris Hernandez followed Jason Walberg's 3-pointer with a field goal with 3:04 left. Hernandez scored nine of his 23 points in the fourth quarter. Walberg had five of his 16 and Jason Haublain scored five of his seven in the fourth. All-tournament selection Tyrone Jackson scored 16 for the Eagles, including 10 in the first quarter. Upland's Sheldon Pace, also an all-tournament pick, scored 17, Pruitt had 14 and Prentice Harris contributed 12 for Upland.

Gold Third Place
Dominguez 80, Inglewood 65--After losing to upoand earlier in the day, Dominguez was out to prove the loss a fluke. Senior center Tyson Chandler scored 321 points and had 13 rebounds, while Bobby Jones added 18 points as the Dons captured third place.  Darius Sanders shot 8-8 from the field finished with 16 points. Montel Williams also added 13 for the Dons (4-1). The Dons will travel to St. Louis for the KMOX Shootout, a one day event where they will play Thornwood.  Teddy Fletcher scored 4, Ray Reed 9, Terrel Steval 7, Anthony Davis 7, Harper 4, Penny 9, Jason McKineney 11, and Doug Thomnas 12.  DeAngelo Collins was not listed as a scorer in the box, and seemingly didn't play. Keion Kindred finished with 6, Saul Langster 6. 

Gold Semifinals

Upland 94, Compton Dominguez 64-- The Highlanders stunned top-seeded Dominguez of Compton, ranked No.2 in the state and No.7 in the nation, 94-64 in Saturday's semifinals.

Clovis West 87, Inglewood 76-- no details were available.

Silver Division

Rocklin 52, Fresno Hoover 51--Rocklin's Brett Ost was 1 for 2 from the free-throw line with 1.6 seconds left and Hoover never got another shot off, falling to the Thunder 52-51. Two free throws by Chris Jones gave Rocklin a 51-46 lead with 32.6 seconds left. Then Dino Archie scored on two drives inside to cut it to 51-50 with 2.8 seconds left. The Patriots trailed 28-19 at halftime. Hoover went 3-2 in the 24-team tournament.

Silver Semifinals

Hoover 60, Madera 50-- Dino Archie scored 12 of his 16 points as Hoover used a 25-12 fourth quarter to overcome Madera 60-50.

Rocklin 76, Edison 62--Adam Snyder's 28 points powered Rocklin past Edison

Bronze Division

Hanford 77, Buchanan 65--Denny McAlister scored 24 points, and Richard Rose had 23 to lead Hanford past Buchanan 77-65 in the Bronze championship. The Bears, who were without standout forward Jordan Farley, were led by Marty Beal's 19 points.

Consolation Games

Gold Bracket

Fresno Central 61, Ayala 49--no details were available.

Silver Bracket

Clovis 73, Merced 63--Danny Munster scored seven of his 16 points during Clovis' 25-point second quarter, and the Cougars held on for a 73-63 victory over Merced in a Silver consolation game. Sophomore forward Jon Black led the Cougars with 21 points. Stephon Brown scored 25 for the Bears.

Beaumont Tournament

Chaparral 49, Apple Valley 29

Third Place
San Bernardino 112, Rim of the World 72

Chaparral 85, San Bernardino 67

Fifth Place
Hemet 40, Moreno Valley 26--Hemet effectively handled Moreno Valley's full-court pressure to capture fifth place in the Beaumont Tournament. James Draine had 14 points to lead Hemet.  HEMET (40) -- Griffin 7, Draine 14, Crane 11, Reilly 1, Padgett 7. MORENO VALLEY (26) -- Howard 3, Bailey 2, McNeil 2, Brown 7, Ashley 2, Bundy 2, Clarke 5, Dillon 2. Halftime score -- Hemet 21-5. Three-point goals -- Griffin, Crane 3, Draine, Howard, McNeil, Brown. Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 6, Hemet 14. Fouled out -- Padgett. Technical fouls -- none.   Records: Hemet 3-1, Moreno Valley

Seventh Place Game
Beaumont 34, Coachella Valley 32
--Dave Curtis had 13 of Beaumont's 21 first-half points, making three three-pointers in the seventh-place game of the Beaumont Tournament. Curtis finished with a game-high 16 points and four three-pointers. COACHELLA VALLEY (32) -- Badena 10, Anaza 8, M. Garcia 4, Bautista 4, Perez 4, F. Garcia 2.  BEAUMONT (34) -- Mitchell 10, Abul-Zahr 2, Mendoza 6, Curtis 16, Hackney 0.  Halftime score -- Beaumont 21-15. Three-point goals -- Curtis 4. Total fouls -- Coachella Valley 15, Beaumont 14. Fouled out -- Perez. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Beaumont is 2-2. Coachella Valley 1-3.

Consolation Championship
Santiago 66, Palm Springs 60 --Corona Santiago's Deon Simpson returned from a two-game absence for unspecified team violations to score 25 points in the consolation championship of the Beaumont Tournament. With the score tied 60-60 and 1:10 left in the game, Santiago stole the ball and scored, then made both free throws after Palm Springs was called for a technical foul after throwing the ball against the wall, then made two more points on free-throws after being intentionally fouled. SANTIAGO (66) -- Coleman 12, LeDuc 4, Cliett 13, Black 12, Simpson 25.  PALM SPRINGS (60) -- Berry 2, Nobhan 6, Crawford 2, Harris 7, Whitted 5, Greer 18, Barton 12, Dahlin 8. Halftime score -- Santiago 37-29. Three-point goals -- Nobhan 2, Harris, Whitted, Simpson 3, Coleman 2. Total fouls -- Santiago 9, Palm Springs 11. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Berry. Records: Santiago is 3-1. Palm Springs 2-2.

Consolation Games
West Valley 63, Banning 61--  Joe Roquemore scored 17 points to help Hemet West Valley defeat Banning in a consolation game of the Beaumont Tournament. BANNING (61) -- Harris 8, Malone 30, Johnson 13, Mcdade 7, Foster 5,  WEST VALLEY (63) -- Nevarez 10, Williams 2, Lebaron 13, Pierce 8, Roquemore 17, Jackson 13 Halftime score -- Hemet West Valley 29-25. Three-point goals -- Nevarez 1, Lebaron 1, Roquemore 3, Mcdade 1. Total fouls -- Banning 18, Hemet West Valley 19. Fouled out -- . Technical fouls -- Records: Hemet West Valley 2-2, Banning 1-3.

Rubidoux 58, Bloomington 40 --Jomar Owens scored 14 points to help Rubidoux defeat Bloomington in the consolation game of the Beaumont Tournament BLOOMINGTON (40) -- Davis 18, Jones 1, Bradley 4, Lee 10, Montoya 7, Smith 0.   RUBIDOUX (58) -- Sacramento 2, Williams 9, Owens 14, Walker 8, Murcio 7, Hemmings 8, Andrade 6, Bryant 2, Pekarick 2. Halftime score -- Rubidoux 24-16. Three-point goals -- Williams 1, Murcio 1, Davis 2, Montoya 1. Total fouls -- Bloomington 13, Rubidoux 8. Fouled out -- . Technical fouls -- Records: Rubidoux 2-2, Bloomington 1-3.

Borrego Springs Ttournament
Fifth Place Game

Anza Hamilton 53, Warner Springs 32
--Ray Davis had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Ian Evans added 15 points and 10 rebounds as Anza Hamilton defeated Warner Springs to capture fifth place in the Borrego Springs TournamentANZA HAMILTON (53) -- Renteria 2, Blanco 1, Davis 17, Deweese 14, Yep 4, Evans 15.  WARNER SPRINGS (32) -- Holt 8, Johnson 4, Reynolds 3, Shane 4, Zuydendorp 8, Grunner 4, Klen 1. Halftime score -- Hamilton 27-15. Three-point goals -- Holt 2,. Total fouls --Hamilton 17, Warner Springs 12. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. Records: Anza Hamilton 2-2. Warner Springs 1-3

Bravo Magnet Tournament

Brethren Christian Warrior Hooptime Invitational
Championship Game
Calvary Chapel Downey 45, Pacific Hills 41
-- Tim Drisdom made 2 free throws with 3.6 seconds remaining in the game to seal the win for the Grizzlies (4-0).  Drisdom was named MVP of the tournament.  He finished with 19 points and 6 rebounds. Calvary Chapel Downey scoring by quarters: 11,  13, 12, 9--45 Pacific Hills scoring by quarters: 12, 12, 10, 7--41 Scoring by Calvary Chapel: Robinson 2, Henderson 4, Tim Drisdom 19, J. James 7, Black 8, M James 1, D. Grace 4 Scoring by Pacific Hills: Amedu 4, Radjenovi 7, Gleitman 8, Jordan 4, Hill 4, Daanish 14.

Fullerton 77, St. Anthony 33--Virgil Babar scored 26 points to helf the Indians capture third plaace with a win over the Saints (2-2) at Brethren christian.  Lauren Brown and Jay Arizabal each scored 12 points.

Buena Park Coyote Classic

Katella 52, Kennedy 34--Marcus Espinosa finished with 20 points and was named the tournament MVP as the Knights (4-0) defeated the Fighting Irish (3-1) in the championship game.

Sunny Hills 56, Magnolia 55--Adam Castillo made two free throws for Sunny Hills to give it the victory over Magnolia. Clay Carmody scored 14 points with 11 rebounds, while Brent Campanelli added 10 points as the Lancers (3-1) defeated the Sentinels (2-2) in the third-place game.

Buena Park 66, Rancho Alamitos 37--Chris Ingram scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Coyotes (1-3) over the Vaqueros (0-4) in a consolation game. Scott Frank had 15 points for Rancho Alamitos.

Westminster 54, Saddleback 43--Luis Villegas scored 14 points to lead the Lions (2-2) over the Roadrunners (1-3). Ismael Isais finished with 11 points to lead the Roadrunners in scoring.

Gahr-Cerritos Tournament

Lakewood 57, Gahr 54
-- Senior guard Robert Hicks was named the tournament MVP after scoring 20 points in a win over the Gladiators.  Senior forward Armand Ivory also scored 10 for Lakewood, which improved to 4-0 with the win.

Third Place
Narbonne 61, Wilson (LB) 45--Jakari Hunt scored 14 points in the loss, as the Gauchos captured third place over the Bruins (3-2).

Fifth Place
Bellflower 72, Kaiser 61--Senior guard Justin Allen scored 12 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter as the Bucanners (3-2) captured fifth place. Senior forward Jacory Bradford also had 15 points for Bellflower which broke open a close game with a 24-14 run in the fourth quarter.

Seventh Place
Ramona 70, Gahr 38
--Ramona used pressure defense to force eight steals on its way to a victory in the seventh-place game of the Cerritos Gahr Tournament. Keenan Alex had 11 points and 10 rebounds. Ramona's Walter Carr had 10 points and was selected to the all-tournament team. RAMONA (70) -- Henry 5, Downey 12, Carr 10, Fletcher 11, Alex 11, Lewis 10, Valentine 2, Mosqueda 7, Diaz 2.  GAHR (38) -- Obra 9, Polk 7, Abraham 9, Wintenton 1, Sedano 12. Halftime score -- Ramona 45-15. Three-point goals -- Obra, Polk, Henry, Lewis 2, Mosqueda, Fletcher 2. Total fouls -- Ramona 18, Gahr 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Ramona is 2-3.

Harding Invitational Tournanent

Paso Robles 53, Atascadero 52 --Joel Freitas, a Paso Robles High senior scored at the buzzer, lifting the Bearcats past Atascadero 53-52 in the championship game of the Harding Invitational Tournament.  The Bearcats, 4-0 overall, were in the 19th annual tournament for the first time in years. Atascadero led by seven, 47-40, with about six minutes to play when Paso Robles made its charge. The Bearcats twice took one-point leads, but each time the Greyhounds went back ahead. Atascadero’s Jordan Lieser scored from within the paint with six seconds to play to give the Greyhounds a 52-51 lead. But Paso Robles guard Nate Anguiano drove the floor, passed to Freitas, and with Atascadero’s Riley Prickett coming at him, Freitas put the ball to the floor and hit a running jump shot at the buzzer.  Paso Robles senior J.R. Webb scored 21 points and picked up tournament MVP honors, while teammate Ryan Twidwell had nine points. Lieser led the Greyhounds with 14 points and 11 rebounds. He scored 10 second-half points, including six off offensive rebounds.  Also earning all-tournament honors were Anguiano, Prickett, Paso Robles’ Russell Lee and Atascadero’s Isaac Saiz.

North (Bakersfield) 58, Morro Bay 54--The Stars put together a 22-point fourth quarter to beat the Pirates in the tournament’s consolation final. Morro Bay took a three-point lead going into the final eight minutes, but couldn’t hold it. The Pirates, 1-2 overall, had a big game from all-tournament selection Nick Humphrey. The senior made four three-pointers on his way to a game-high 28 points. Teammate Derrick Dickson had 12 points. Morro Bay had trouble getting to the free throw line. While North shot 23 free throws — on 22 Morro Bay fouls — the Pirates were a modest 4-for-10 from the line.

JW North Laidlaw RCI Tournament

La Habra Tournament

Laguna Blanca-Bishop Diego Touranment

Holy Martyrs 37, Bishop Diego 32
-- Bishop Diego was upset in their own tournament, losing to Liberty League's Holy Martyrs.  Diego only shot 13 of 48 from the floor, and the Cardinals failed to get to the free-throw line at all during the game. HOLY MARTYRS -- Darakjian 3, Dukmajian 18, Rostamian 8, Borugian 8. Total 15 4-9 37   BISHOP DIEGO -- Renick 2, Jahangir 8, Minehan 2, Korsan 17, Cavaletto 3. Totals 14 0-0 32. Holy Martyrs . . . 9 5 12 11 -- 37  Bishop Diego . . . 4 7 8 13 -- 32   3-point goals--HM 3, (Dukmajian 2, Darakjian). BD 4-22 (Janhangir 2, Korsan, Cavaletto). Total fouls--HM 9, BD 16. Fouled out--None.

Third Place
Cate 54, Anteleope Valley Christian 43
--Guard Yoshi Nagano scored a game-high 17 points and tallied four assists and four rebounds to engineer Cate's second-half comeback victory over Antelope Valley Christian. The Rams trailed 24-13 at halftime but rallied for a 50-37 victory to earn third place in the tournament. Eric Geeb scored 21 points, had eight assists and eight steals to lead Laguna Blanca to a 54-43 win in the consolation championship game. Geeb, an all-tournament selection, hit 3 three-pointers for the Owls (3-1). Brandon Wicks grabbed 10 rebounds. CATE -- Mack 11, Altman 2, Nagano 17, Hackleman 10, McCammack 6, Hsu 4. 18 14-22  ANTELOPE VALLEY -- Nurse 6, Yoo 1, Flanigan 21, Wang 2, Cho 5, Okonma 2. Cate . . 5 8 15 22 -- 50  Antelope Valley . . . 10 14 2 11 -- 37  3-point goals -- AV 1 (Flanigan 1). Fouled out -- none. Technicals -- Nurse.

Fifth Place
Laguna 'Blanca 54, Woodland Christian 43-- WOODLAND CHRISTIAN -- Brown 14, Oates 2, Bowman 3, Leathers 4, O'leary 6, Geiger 13. Totals 18 5-8 43  LAGUNA BLANCA -- Geeb 21, Scott 9, Kaufman 2, Wicks 4, Nelson 8, Jeffrey 4, Lewis 5, Vidor 1. Totals 20 11-15 54 Woodland Chris. . . . 15 14 4 10 -- 43  Laguna Blanca . . . 20 14 8 12 -- 54 3-point goals--WC 2 (Bowman, Geiger), LB 3 (Geeb 3). Total fouls--WC 14, LB 12. Fouled out--None.

Mira Costa Tournament
Championship Game:
Carson 47, Mira Costa 39--
high scorer--Jackson (Carson)--23

Third Place Game
Peninsula 63, Torrance 53
-- no details available

Other scores:
Banning 76, Chadwick 61
--high scorers-- Saavedra (Banning)--25; Reich (Chadwick) 38
West Torrance 48, St. Bernards 36
-- no details available.

All Tournament Selections:  MVP--Ekene Ibekwe (Carson), Errol Jackson (Carson), Lamont Peters (Carson), DeWayne Morris (Mira Costa), Jason Shamburg (Mira Costa), Kevin Gardner (Peninsula), James Chang (Torrance), Joey Saavedra (Banning), Matt Bellante (West Torrance)

Mission Viejo Reebok Diablo Inferno Tournament

Nordhoff Boys Tournament

Orange Lutheran Tournament

Pacifica Premier Tournament
Artesia 78, La Sierra 56--Senior guard Tony Roberts was named tournament MVP, scoring 20 points ot lead the piioneers (4-0) past the Eagles in the finals of the Pacific Tournament. Malcohm Herron was also named to the All-Tournament teams and finished with 15 points in the win.

Third Place
Edison 50, Cabrillo 46--Matt Gonzales scored 18 points and was named to the all-tournament team as the Chargers (3-1) defeated the Conquistadores (2-2) in a third-place game. Beau Roquemore added 13 points for the Chargers.

Fifth Place
University 59, Century 54--Jason Garey scored 22 points that included three three-pointers to lead the Trojans (2-2) over the Centurions (1-3) in a fifth-place game.

South Gate 44, Pacifica 33--Kelly Guynea led Pacifica with 10 points in the losing effort against South Gate in a consolation game.

Providence Tournament
Championship Game
Oakwood 60, Providence 51
-- high scorer-- Nick Mark (Oakwood) 31

Redondo Union Pacific Shores Tournament
Championship Game

Westchester 88, Bishop Montgomery 85--Bishop Montgomery scoring by quarters: 16, 21, 30, 18 --85 Westchester scoring by quarters: 25, 23, 19, 22 --88 Bishop Montgomery scorers: Derrick Craven 25, Errick Craven 24, Kenny D'Oyen 10, Leland Dodd 14, Lee 4, B. Peace 2, D. Peace 3, Fred Washington 3. Westchester scorers: Ashanti Cook 4, John Clemmons 6, Warsaw 8, Brandon Heath 13, Hassan Adams 18, Brandon Bowman 13, Chad Bell 9, Keith Everage 5, Trevor Ariza 5, Scott Cutley 5

Third Place Game
Redondo Union 67, Long Beach Jordan 57--  Clay Salima had 17 points and Ronald Banks scored 16 as it wasn't enough for the Panthers (2-2) as they fell to the host Seahawks. LBJ scoring by quarters: 13, 14, 11, 19 --57 Redondo Union scoring by quarters: 13, 13, 19, 22 --67
Long Beach Jordan scoring: Rodgers 2, Childs 10, R.Banks 16, Salina 17 King 12 Redondo --Eddie Topps 7, Keith Ellison 8, Dijon Thompson 20, Adam Zahn 21, White 8, Paul Meynan 3

Thirteenth place game
South 63, Hawthorne 51-- no details were available

All Tournament Selections:  MVP Hassan Adams, Westchester.  Most Outstanding:  Errick Craven, Bishop Montgomery.  All tournament: Marko Mihailovich (Palisades), Chad Bell (Westchester), Derrick Craven (Bishop Monggomery), Adam Zahn (Redondo), Brandon Heath (Westchester), Ron Banks (Long Beach Jordan), Dijon Thompson (Redondo), Evan Burns (Fairfax), Marlon Brisco (Morningside), Keith Ellison (Redondo), Leland Dodd (Bishop Montgomery).

Rosemead Tournament

Dorsey 68, La Salle 67--Matt Kelley led the way for the La Salle Lancers (3-2) with 26 points and teammate Julian Harmon chipped in with 15. La Salle held a 41-33 halftime advantage over the Dons, a perennial powerhouse from the Los Angeles City Section, but Dorsey rallied for a 21-10 third-quarter spurt to gain the lead.

Rosamond Tournament

Lancaster 70, Antelope Valley 61--Michael Wright scored 14 points and Anthony Gamboa added 12 for the Eagles, who won the Rosamond tournament

San Luis Obispo Tournament
Championship Game

Santa Margarita 65, Crespi 39--Guard Andrew Moore and Kingsley Anawanyu together scored 28 of Crespi's total 39 points (14 points each). The Celts are now 2-1,  and were limited to 25% shooting, losing the championship game of the San Luis Obispo tournament. Brandon Rohe scored 13 points and Travis Smith added 11 to lead the Eagles to the championship with a victory (3-0) over the Celts (2-1). Andrew Moore led in scoring with 14 points for the Celts.

Third Place Game
San Marcos 64, San Luis Obispo 51--A lackluster second half for the Tigers once again spelled disaster and led to a 64-51 loss to San Marcos in the third-place game. San Luis Obispo started out strong with an 18-point first quarter led by six points each from Chad Vicory and Greg Morales. SLO manged to hold the Royals scoreless for the first four minutes of the second quarter, but then San Marcos regained the lead to take a  28-26 advantage into the locker room.  The third quarter saw San Marcos stretch the lead to three points, bu then SLO was outscored 18-8 in the fourth. Greg Morales had a game-high 22 points. San Marcos was led by Drew Spaventa and Duane Fortune (14 points apiece), as well as Aaron Mercer (3 three-pointers and 12 total points). The loss gave San Luis Obispo (1-3 overall) fourth place in the tournament. The team’s next action is at Morro Bay on Tuesday.
San Marcos' 6-foot-1 junior guard Asher Kupperman tallied nine points, eight rebounds, seven assists and five steals in the third-place game to secure a slot on the all-tournament team.

Gilroy 59, Templeton 50--Gilroy took seventh place with the win.  Jeff Kuhn had 18 points, Jesse Hoy 12 and Devin Ramos eight for the Eagles (0-4).
The Eagles play at St. Joseph on Tuesday.

Saugus Tournamnent

Crescenta Valley 76, Ridgecrest Burroughs 70
-- James Jenkins had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Falcons (5-0) won the Saugus tournament.  Crescenta Valley scored the final six points--four by Jenkins--to break a 70-70 tie in overtime. Jenkins was the tournament's most valuable player.  Rory O'Neil of Burroughs scored 32 points. He hit a three-point basket to pull the Burros (4-1) to within 67-65 with 22 seconds left in regulation.  After Chris Tarne was fouled and made the second of two free throws to give Crescenta Valley a 68-65 lead, Pat Graham of Burroughs hit a three-point basket to send the game into overtime. 

Third Place
Oxnard 67, Saugus 56--Erik Webb and Lee Abair each had 18 points for the Yellowjackets (3-1), who took third in the Saugus tournament.

Fifth Place
Canyon (CC) 74, Westlake 61

Seventh Place
Buena 69, Glendale 54

Serrano Diamondback Shootout

Jurupa Valley 64, Serrano 44 --SERRANO (44) -- Sufco 4, Ryder 12, Slourey 2, Koneck 13, Plummer 8, Stainke 2, Pratt 3.  JURUPA VALLEY (64) -- Lozano 8, Frias 13, West 11, Brito 4, Barber 22, Ayala 2, Jentz 2, Austin 2. Halftime score -- Jurupa Valley 39-21. Three-point goals -- Pratt, Ryder 3, Koneck, Frias 2, West 2. Total fouls -- Serrano, 15; Jurupa Valley, 8. Fouled out -- None..Records: Serrano 2-2; Jurupa Valley 2-2.

Simi Valley Tournamnent
Championship Game
Simi Valley 65, Camarillo 53 --Jered Weaver scored 21 points, and Dustin Villepigue added 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Pioneers (4-0) to their sixth consecutive Simi Valley tournament championship at Simi Valley.  David Reichel scored 15 points for the Scorpions (3-1), who trailed, 29-24, at halftime.  Jared Jungwirth and Jimmy Alstot each had nine points for Camarillo.

Third Place
Chatsworth 80, Taft 70

Fifth Place
Newbury Park 72, Granada Hills 57

Ninth Place
Santa Paula 64, Rio Mesa 44

Venice Tournament
Championship Game

Venice 77, Locke 51
Third Place
Hamilton 73, Garfield 59
Fifth Place
Reseda 76, Culver City 60
Seventh Place
Bell 81, University 62
Ninth Place (Consolation Championship)
Price 51, Hollywood 49
Eleventh Place
San Fernando 76, King Drew 58
Thirteenth Place
Roosevelt 58, Venice JV 40
(Valley Alternative had to forfeit when 8 of its players didn't play because they were taking the SAT--Venice JV inserted into tournament in their place).
Fifteenth Place
Foshey 74, USC Mast 48

Webb Tournanent

Consolation Championship
Desert Christian 64, Sherman Indian 50 -- Desert Christian used a 10-0 fourth-quarter run to defeat Sherman Indian in the consolation championship of the Claremont Webb Tourney. Andrew Brattrud and Tim Smith of Desert Christian were named to the all-tournament team. SHERMAN INDIAN (50) -- Spoonhunter 16, Flores 11, Ivins 10, Pina 9, Steel 4.  DESERT CHRISTIAN (64) -- Andrew Brattrud 23, Tim Smith 21, Santana 11, Mangus 5, Hay 4. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 34-20. Three-point goals -- Santana, Spoonhunter 2, Flores, Ivins. Total fouls -- Desert Christian 9, Sherman indian 9. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- none. Records: Desert Christian 3-1, Sherman Indian 1-3.

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