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Game Scores and Details From
Wednesday 12/6/00--(Dec. 9, 2000)

We got a little screwed up this week with too much to do and not enough time to finish it all, but better late than never.  Here are the scores from Wednesday, December 6, 2000, both tournament and non-tournament, league and non-league that we were able to track down.  We know they are not complete, but that's life.  If you know the score or details of a game we've missed send it in to us either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board.  The listing of scores if show first, and then game details can be found here, or by scrolling down the page

Tournament Scores- Wednesday 12/6/00

Arroyo Tournament

Monrovia 55, West Covina 38
La Canada 54, Arcadia 39
Los Altos 52, Bishop Amat 47
Bell Gardens 81, Whittier 45
Nogales 55, Walnut 53
Arroyo 62, Keppel 41
South El Monte 55, Rowland 46

Beverly Hills Boys’ Tournament
Ventura 56, Birmingham 54

Canyon Tournament
Canyon 70, Antelop Valley 63
Notre Dame 62, Granada Hills 38
Monroe 62, Alemany 52

Cathedral City Desert Cities Classic
Cathedral City 85, El Centro 50
Barstow 61, Beaumont 33
Palm Desert 61, Redlands East Valley 47
Temescal Canyon 69, Serrano 28

El Rancho Blue Pride Classic
Championship Bracket

Roosevelt 77, Montebello 69
Championship Quarterfinals
El Rancho 56, El Monte 48
Consolation Bracket
HH Wilson 60, Don Bosco 41
Workman 59, Sierra Vista 42

El Segundo Tournament
Salesian 63, Mary Star 57
Santa Monica 57, El Segundo 37

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic
Fullerton 69, La Mirada 59
Estancia 54, Western 49

Glendora Tournament
Brea Olinda 79, Charter Oak 58
South Hills 59, Baldwin 47
Blair 57, Covina 55

La Quinta Aztec Tournament
Irvine 59, Santa Ana 56 (OT)
Buena Park 69, La Quinta JV 38
Santa Ana Valley 59, La Quinta 51

Los Alamitos Tournament
Mayfair 90, Lakewood 37
Verbum Dei 82, Jordan 80
Millikan 55, Los Alamitos 46
Muir 70, Pacific Hills 46

Milken Hilltop Classic Tournament
Stoneridge Prep 56, Cathedral 52 (OT)

Montclair Prep Tournament
AGBU 54, Antelope Valley Christian 53
Agoura 77, Kilpatrick 75
Montclair Prep JV 41, Hillcrest Christian (TO) 36

Ocean View Tournament of Champions
Mater Dei 87, Serra 36
Ocean View 65, Perris 51
Santa Barbara 60, Compton 37
Redondo 68, Compton Centennial 51

Pasadena Poly Tournament
Pasadena Poly 65, San Marino 50

San Dimas Tournament
Don Lugo 58, Diamond Bar 49
Bonita 83, Northview 72
Damien 82, Garey 51

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament
Crespi 55, Newbury Park 50
Thousand Oaks 50, Highland 47
Crespi 55, Newbury Park 50
Lompoc 100, Channel Islands 92 (4OT)

City Section Games--Non-League and League--12/6/00

Non-League Games
Carson 70, Chatsworth 68
Gardena 75, Locke 61

Western League
Fairfax 74, Los Angeles 48

Southern Section Games--Non-League and League--12/6/00

Aliso Niguel 75, Traqbuco Hills 69
California 52, Cerritos 41

Cypress 63, Bolsa Grande 48
Glenn 70, Rosemead 64
Katella 60, Magnolia 53
Laguna Hills 40, Dana Hills 38 (OT)
Mission Viejo 67, Sonora 62
Paramount 45, Mountain View 33
Santa Margarita 62, Woodbridge 43
Tarbut v' Torah 73, Zinsmeyer 39
Tustin 54, Foothill 43
Valencia 75, La Habra 32
Troy 70, Esperanza 55
University 97, Pioneer 61

Tournament Game Details--12/6/00

Arroyo Tournament

Monrovia 55, West Covina 38
--Jino LaBomme was a one-man show for West Covina, scoring 23 of his team's 28 points in the first half, but was held scoreless the rest of the game as Monrovia pulled away for a 55-38 victory in the championship quarterfinals of the Arroyo Tournament. West Covina only scored 10 second half points. Bryant Markson's 22 points paced Monrovia and Ryan O'Hara added 15.  Monrovia still managed to take a 33-28 lead, despite LaBomme's first-half effectiveness.

La Canada 54, Arcadia 39-- La Canada's defense swarmed all over the court forcing several Arcadia turnovers. Billy Hofman's 3-pointer midway through the second quarter gave the Spartans a 19-point lead, which, despite a sloppy second half, never dropped below 12. Jordan Ballard and Phillip Swenson each had five steals.  Hofman led a balanced La Canada scoring effort with 12 points, including three 3-pointers. Ballard (11), Joel Kim (10) and Mark Moore (10) each scored in double digits.  La Canada advances to the semifinals to play Los Altos.  The Apaches (3-1) played with good intensity in the second half. Leo Thornton scored four of his 12 points early in the third quarter to cut La Canada's 20-point halftime lead to 16. La Canada dominated the boards with Swenson grabbing a game-high 10 rebounds. Moore added eight.

Los Altos 52, Bishop Amat 47--details were not available

Nogales 55, Walnut 53--details were not available

Arroyo 62, Keppel 41----details were not available

South El Monte 55, Rowland 46--details were not available

Beverly Hills Boys’ Tournament

Ventura 56, Birmingham 54-- Trevor Robinson made a driving layup from the wing with one second on the clock to lead Ventura to the win at Beverly Hills. Robinson finished the game with 26 points and 11 rebounds. Ventura (4-2) plays Friday against Washington Prep in the semifinals at 7:30 p.m. in Beverly Hills. Ventura (56) — Baker 4, Johnson 4, Yanez 4, Dixon 7, Robinson 26, Wagner 5, Davis 6. Birmingham (54) — Shatrang 4, Bolls 2, Henry 7, Farmer 9, Nishimoto 12, Tatian 16, Hallic 4  Ventura--10 14  13  19--56;   Birm--17 12 10 13--54  3-Point field goals — Ventura 6 (Baker 1, Dixon 1, Robinson 1, Wagner 1, Davis 2). Birmingham 1 (Nishimoto). Rebounds — Ventura (Robinson 11). Assists — Ventura (Yanez 5). Records — Ventura 4-2.

Canyon Tournament

Canyon 70, Antelope Valley 63-- Matt Nelsen scored 22 points, including 18 in the second half after 6-5 senior center Brian Waite left the game with a sprained right ankle in the third quarter of the pool-play game.  Nelsen made 9 of 14 shots and 4 of 6 from 3-point range. He was only 2 of 5 in the first half but 7 of 9 after halftime to propel the Cowboys into championship pool play against Valencia at 7 p.m. Friday. Canyon (5-1) was ahead 39-30 when Waite (10 points) injured his ankle after going up for a rebound with 3:45 left in the third quarter. Waite, who was limping badly after the game, is questionable for the rest of the nine-team tournament, which runs through Saturday. With Waite on the bench icing his ankle, Nelsen made a quick basket and a 3-point shot to spur a 7-2 spurt that gave the Cowboys their biggest lead, 14 points, at 46-32, with 2:28 left in the third quarter.  Antelope Valley (3-3), led by 20 points from Steve Wilkins and 13 from Ollie Bradley who had 10 rebounds, closed to four points three times in the fourth quarter, including 66-62 with 1:44 to play. Eichten (14 points) converted a 3-point play with 1:31 left and Jeremy Haggerty (12 points) added a free throw with 1:12 left to make it 70-62.

Notre Dame 62, Granada Hills 38--Cody Pearson scored 23 points, making 9 of 17 shots, and added 14 rebounds and four assists to power the Knights (2-0).  David Hungerford added nine points and 12 rebounds and Derrick Hennessey scored 10 to help the Knights race to a 15-point lead at halftime. Granada Hills (2-4) scored the first six points of the second half to climb within nine, 31-22. The Knights responded with 17 of the final 20 points of the third quarter.

Monroe 62, Alemany 52--Victor Hines had 16 points and William Savala and Anthony Buccat scored 15 and 12 points, respectively, to boost
Monroe (1-5) to its first victory.  Gabriel Zamora had a game-high 20 points for Alemany (0-2), which had only four players score. Evan Cline and Ian Edwards had 14 and 12 points, respectively, for the Indians.

Cathedral City Desert Cities Classic

Cathedral City 85, El Centro 50-- Cathedral City had 13 players score as the Lions improved to 3-0 on the season. Gerald DeVance led the way with an 18-point game, including an 8-point third quarter, before finishing the game on the bench because of a foot injury.  DeVance had eight assists and five steals in the win. In the absence of Paul Heredia, who had one basket before leaving the game because of illness, the combination of Jose Flores and Jared Otteson filled in. Flores, a senior, and Otteson, a transfer from Palm Springs, combined for 30 points. Flores got the start and scored 10 of his 15 points in the first half. Through three games, he is perfect from the 3-point line (5-for-5). Otteson scored his 15 points in the first half.

Barstow 61, Beaumont 33--Barstow’s John Barron scored 20 points and Josh Saca and James Simpson added 13 points each.

Palm Desert 61, Redlands East Valley 47-- Sparked by a solid all-around game from senior forward Brad Smith, the Aztecs assumed a 32-28 halftime lead and cruised. Junior Josh Zazuila led the Aztecs (4-0) with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Dione Harris had 17 points with 10 rebounds, while Steve Henry added eight points and Donald Brady had seven points, eight assists.

Temescal Canyon 69, Serrano 28--no details were available.

El Segundo Tournament

Salesian 63, Mary Star 57--Freshman forward Cedric Noldon had 28 points and 15 rebounds but it wasn't enough as the Stars (2-1) lost to the Mustangs (2-1) at El Segundo High. Adrian Navarro also scored 10 points for Mary Star, who will play Laces on
Friday at 3 p.m. in a consolation-round game. 

Fullerton Darren Oliver Classic

Fullerton 69, La Mirada 59--Bryan Garcia and Daniel Fells each scored 12 points to lead the Indians over the Matadores (0-2).  Fells also grabbed 10 rebounds for Fullerton (5-1).

Estancia 54, Western 49--Elisar Maldonado scored 19 points, including 5 of 6 free throws in the fourth quarter, as the Eagles (1-1) defeated the Pioneers (1-2).

Glendora Tournament

Brea Olinda 79, Charter Oak 58--Landon Lewis scored 23 points, including seven three-pointers, to lead the Wildcats past the Chargers (3-2). Erik Gieser added 20 points and had eight assists for Brea.

Blair 57, Covina 55--details were not available

Glendora 93, Bassett 49--details were not available

La Quinta Aztec Tournament

Irvine 59, Santa Ana 56 (OT)--Irvine guard Massud Naderi's three-pointer with five seconds remaining sent the game into overtime and Jontel Carter made three of four free throws in overtime to lift the Vaqueros (2-1).  David Cox led Irvine (2-1) with 12 points.  Brandon McGee scored a game-high 19 points, including three three-pointers, for the Saints (0-3).

Buena Park 69, La Quinta JV 38 --details were not available.

Santa Ana Valley 59, La Quinta 51--details were not available.

Los Alamitos Tournament

Mayfair 90, Lakewood 37--Josh Childress scored 23 points in three quarters of play as the Monsoons had no trouble defeating the Lancers (4-2) in a pool-play game at Los Alamitos High. Childress also had 7 rebounds and 5 assists while senior guard Edwin Draughan also played well, scoring 20 points to go along with 10 assists. Lewie Helton also had 19 points and Matthew McCraw 10 for Mayfair who improved to 3-0 with the win. Lakewood --9  11  10  7--37;   Mayfair--28  19  26  17--90. Lakewood: Carey 7, Hicks 1, Anderson 3, McLaurin 3, Nannery 2, Barnes 6, Lemusa 5, Ivory 10; Mayfriar.  J. Childress 23, Draughan 20, Thomas 3, McFadden 4, C. Childress 2, King 9, McCraw 10, Helton 19, Leiva 2.

Verbum Dei 82, Jordan 80--Richard Chaney hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime and the Eagles outscored the Panthers by 2 in the extra period to pull out the victory in a pool-play game at Los Alamitos High. Chaney finished with a game-high 36 points. Senior guard Ronald Banks led Jordan with a season-high 35 points while senior center Clay Salima also had 23 points and 10 rebounds. Jordan (3-3) will now play tournament-host Los Alamitos on Friday at 8 p.m. Verb--20  11  12  24  14--82;  Jordan--11  21  14   22  12--80.  Verbum: Barber 11, Lay 13, Chaney 36, Oliver 2, Marcus 5, Bell 8, Muhammed 5, Bigole 2, ; Jordan; Estrada 4, D. Banks 4, R. Banks 35, Salima 23, Williams 7, Hall 7.  

Millikan 55, Los Alamitos 46--Sophomore guard Marcus Dove scored 20 points and Matt Raitz had 12 as the Rams (1-1) defeated the host Griffins (0-3) in a pool-play game. Millikan 12  20 11 12  --55; Los Al  13  12   11  10--46. Millikan: Moore 8, Spencer 8, Freeman 4, Dove 20, Raitz 12, Cofield 4; Los Al: Paranal1, Courtemarche 7, Lotman 21, Martini 2, Jones 2, Rakusin 13.  

Muir 70, Pacific Hills 46--Joseph Frazier scored 20 points to lead a three-pronged attack as the Mustangs earned a semifinals berth against one of the top teams in the state. Devon Thomas scored 17 points and Jamaal Hall added 14 to complement Frazier. Muir (3-0) moved into Friday's 6:30 p.m. matchup against highly-ranked Mayfair.

Milken Hilltop Classic Tournament

Stoneridge Prep 56, Cathedral 52 (OT)--Led by James Williams' 17 points, Stoneridge Prep won its first tournament championship in the school's 39-year history. Williams earned tournament MVP honors and Mike Nang and Shahin Shamasbadi -- with 16 and 11 points, respectively, in the championship final -- were selected to the all-tournament team.

Montclair Prep Tournament

AGBU 54, Antelope Valley Christian 53-- In one of the biggest surprises of the tournament Wednesday, tiny AGBU High of Canoga Park advanced to tonight's semifinal with a 72-59 victory over Division I Azusa. On Tuesday, AGBU upset Division V-A power Antelope Valley Christian 54-53. The Titans (3-2) will play Agoura at 8:30 p.m. Buckley and Yeshiva, both Division V schools, will meet at 7 in the other semifinal. Aras Apik scored 26 points to lead the Titans, who used a 12-0 run at the start the third quarter to pull away from the Aztecs. Patrick Tamrazian added 12 points and Garen Tegelecian scored 11 points for AGBU. Eddie Myricks led Azuza with 27 points.

Agoura 77, Kilpatrick 75--The Chargers (6-0) advanced to the semifinals behind 20 points from John Gray and 13 from Adam Allegro. Agoura is the only non-Division V school in the semifinals. Keilon Fortune, who played two years at Dominguez of Compton, led Kilpatrick with 29 points.Kilpatrick (62) —Fortune 29, Lacost 14, Ezell 2, Dana 13, Townsend 4. Agoura (76) — Grey 20, Campbell 3, Allegro 13, Cornwell 12, Spalding 11, Joffe 2, Breines 3, Delson 6, Keglevic 6. Kilpatrick 16   9  19  18--62;  Agoura--17  26  19  14--76.

Montclair Prep JV 41, Hillcrest Christian (TO) 36--Marko Bozovic scored 24 points, Blaise Louh had eight and Slobodon Cvjovic seven to lead the
Mounties over Hillcrest. The three players are foreign exchange students and were expected to play at the varsity level before being ruled ineligible for varsity competition by the Southern Section.

Ocean View Tournament of Champions

Mater Dei 87, Gardena Junipero Serra 36--Cedric Bozeman scored a game-high 30 points, Mike Strawberry added 11, Travis Delgado had 10 and Shaun Michel had six assists for the top-ranked Monarchs (3-0), who led by 29 at halftime.

Ocean View 65, Perris 51--Marques Crane scored 18 points and Torin Beeler had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Ocean View (3-0), which led, 22-8, after the first quarter and was never threatened.

Pasadena Poly Tournament

Pasadena Poly 65, San Marino 50--Freshmen Matt Sargeant was the leading scorer in the game with 29 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists. Marshall Duncan had 15, Kevin Kawachi 7, Matt Robbins 6, David Hsu . For San Marino- Pineda 16, Wei 13, and Shie 11.

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament

Crespi 55, Newbury Park 50--The visiting Celts (4-1) took advantage of the Panthers' double-bonus foul trouble, making 11 of 13 fourth-quarter
free throws. Crespi shot 80 percent from the free-throw line, making 16 of 20 attempts Newbury Park (4-2) went to the line seven times -- all in the first half -- and made five. Allan Ellis scored eight of his 20 points in the fourth quarter and a trio of Celts -- Kingsley Anyanwu, Derrick O'Dwyer and Charlie Shiebler -- contributed nine points apiece.   Newbury Park was lead by Adam Carlson with a game-high 25 points and
teammate Aaron Bobik chipped in 12.

Thousand Oaks 50, Highland 47-- Kyle Kegley's 3-point basket with 35 seconds remaining put the Lancers ahead to stay against the visiting
Bulldogs (2-5) in a pool-play game.  Ben Olson's pass after grabbing a rebound of teammate Casey Meyers' missed 3-point attempt with 41 seconds remaining set up Kegley for the shot.  Kegley finished with a game-high 20 points and five assists and Olson added eight points
and seven rebounds for the Lancers (2-0).Highland (47) — M. Stevenson 8, G. Stevenson 18, Realzola 8, Dawson 5, Jones 4, Peevy 3, Kennedy 1. Thousand Oaks (50) — Anderson 4, Kegley 20, Olson 8, Mryers 6, Arrechea 2, Mossman 4, Handlows 6.  Highland--12   12  13  10--47; TO==11  16  12  11--50  3-Point goals — Highland 7 (G.Stevenson 4, Realzola 2, Peevy). Thousand Oaks 3 (Kegley 3). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — , Thousand Oaks (Mryers 9). Assists — Thousand Oaks (Kegley 5)

Crespi 55, Newbury Park 50-- Adam Carlson recorded a double-double with 25 points and 15 rebounds for NewburyPark (4-2) in the loss at Thousand Oaks. Newbury Park plays Friday night at 7 against the Thousand Oaks/Highland winner. Crespi (55) — Ellis 18, Moore 5, Anyanun 9, O’Duyre 9, Shiebler 11, Angel 2, Koslowsky 1. Newbury Park (50) — Carlson 25, Bobik 12, Randall 7, Flores 4, McLemore 2. Crespi--12  16  6  21--55;  NP--12   14 8 16--50  3-Point goals — Crespi 3 (Moore 1, Ellis 1, Anyanun 1), Newbury Park 3 (Bobik 2, Carlson 1). Rebounds — Newbury Park (Carlson 15). Assists — Newbury Park (Bobik 5). Records — Crespi 4-1, Newbury Park 4-2.

Lompoc 100, Channel Islands 92 (4OT)-- It took eight quarters of play before Lompoc High's boys' basketball team could secure a victory.  Joel Smith led Lompoc (4-3) with 38 points in a 100-92 quadruple-overtime victory over Channel Islands (2-3) in the Thousand Oaks Tournament. Channel Islands was led by Manny Berrelleza with 37 points, including eight 3-pointers. Alex Soliz of Channel Islands (2-3) scored eight of his 12 points after regulation. Lompoc (100) — Coleman 2, Hilley 2, Winter 19, Smith 38, Rimey 19, Steinke 12, Starks 4, English 2. Channel Is. (92) — Avila 13, Berrelleza 37, Gagliardo 2, Solis 14, Baier 13, Tomaio 1, Long 13.  Lompoc-- 25  16  10  15  12  5  2   15--100; CI--25  11  19  11  12  5  2   7--923-Point goals — Channel Is. (Berrelleza 8).

Valley Christian Cerritos Tournament

Anaheim 69, Brentwood 63--Quinn Hawking led the Colonists with 34 points, including 4 three pointers as Anaheim improved to 2-3, while Brentwood fell to 1-1.

City Section Games--Non-League and League--12/6/00

Non-League Games

Carson 70, Chatsworth 68-- The Colts (4-1) used 18 points from sophomore forward Ekene Ibekwe and 14 from senior guard Lamont Peters in a win over the visiting Chancellors (3-1). Sophomore guard Gregory Mayfield also scored 12 points for Carson, who took control of the game with a 21-11 third quarter and held on from there.

Southern Section Games--Non-League and League--12/6/00

Cypress 63, Bolsa Grande 48--Jonathan Uyloan had 21 points, six rebounds and seven assists as the Centurions defeated the Matadors.  Matt Reid added 20 points for Cypress (2-2). Omar Ameral scored 17 points for Bolsa Grande (0-5).

Glenn 70, Rosemead 64--Senior guard Darrell Moore hit 5-consecutive free throws at the end of the game to seal the win as the Eagles (2-0) defeated the visiting Panthers. Moore finished with 23 points while senior forward Patrick Conrad had 17 points to go along with 23 rebounds.

Katella 60, Magnolia 53--Marcus Espinosa and Phil Tyson scored a combined 45 points to lead the Knights (5-0) over the Sentinels. Vince Bryant led Magnolia (2-3) with 20 points.

Laguna Hills 40, Dana Hills 38-- Coach Dave Brown recorded the 500th victory of his career as Laguna Hills held off Dana Hills to win, 40-38, in overtime in nonleague boys' basketball. Jimmy Vollenhals led Laguna Hills (4-1) with 13 points, while Travis Nelson scored a game-high 18 points for Dana Hills (2-3).   Brown is in his 32nd year of coaching.

Mission Viejo 67, Sonora 62--Greg Villanueva had eight points in the third quarter to rally visiting Mission Viejo from a 10-point halftime deficit to upset No. 8 Sonora, 67-62, in a boys nonleague basketball game on Wednesday. Travis Niesen led the Diablos (4-1) with a game-high 21 points.  Sonora fell to 3-2.   Jake Trejo led Sonora with 12 points.

Paramount 45, Mountain View 33--Senior forward Charles Booth had 24 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals to help the Pirates beat the visiting Vikings (1-2).  Paramount (4-1) will play Santa Fe High in a fifth-place semifinal at the El Rancho Tournament. 



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