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CIF-SS Games Results & Details From
Wednesday, 12/5/01--(Dec. 6, 2001)

The official CIF season is underway.   As we've done in year's past, we will continue to pass along scores and game details where they are available and can be obtained either from those who send them to us or from the local papers.  If you know of a game that we missed, a score unreported, send it in along with whatever details you know about. 

Tournament Game Scores, Wednesday, 12/05/01

AGBU Tournament (Southern Section)
Third Place

Buckley 73, Santa Clarita Christian 67--Sophomore Baron Abdul-Monsour scored 27 points and senior point guard David Gale had 11 points, 10 assists and eight steals to lead Buckley (3-1).  Seniors Nick Brar and Alex Marshall added 14 and 10 respectively for the Griffins. Senior Danny Broukhim added 5 and freshman guard Riley Scannell added 6.  Santa Clarita was led by Micah Panama with 20 points; other scorers for SCC:  Graham 6, Daniel Duncan 18, Gilmore 7, Dixon 2, Sulham 14.    Buckley: 18  12  17  26--72  Santa Clarita 19  17   15  16--67.  Three pointers--Buckley 3 (Gale, Brar, Broukhim); SCC 3 (Sulham, Duncan 2).  Buckley 3-1; SCC 1-2.

Fifth Place

Oxnard Pacifica 81, West Valley Christian 36

 


44th Annual Arroyo Tournament (Southern Section)
Quarterfinals

Walnut 67, Arroyo 34 --Yuji Kimura had 13 points and five assists for Walnut (3-0). J.J. Botlger led Arroyo with eight points. Arroyo scored just one first-quarter point and committed 31 turnovers as Walnut scored a 67-34 victory.   The Knights turned over the ball on 12 of 18 first-quarter possessions and didn't score a field goal until Richard Torres' 3-pointer with 6:26 left in the half.   Walnut took advantage of the Knights' mistakes and used its size advantage to open a 14-1 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 30-11 halftime advantage. Junior guard Darnell Gilbert used his speed to breeze past defenders in the first half. He scored six of his eight points in transition, including a layup with 4:50 to play in the first half that gave the Mustangs their first 20-point lead. Yuji Kimura scored the bulk of his game-high 13 points in the fourth quarter. He disrupted the passing lanes of the Arroyo guards and found easy baskets in transition.  Vivek Viniamur had 11 points and Dreshawn Vance pulled down seven rebounds for Walnut (3-0).  Daniel Jones led the Mustangs in the second half with solid defensive play. He scored 11 points, four of them on fast breaks. Kevin Rincon led the Knights with seven points. Justin Bottger and Torres scored six apiece.

Bishop Amat 70, Los Altos 61 --Junior Anthony Garcia's game-high 19 points were not enough to lift the Conquerors past the Lancers. John Haywood and Juan Canas had 13 points apiece and Paul Porter had 12 to lead a balanced Bishop Amat attack.

La Canada 80, West Covina 52--La Canada (3-0) senior guard Robbie Neyland hit 7 three-pointers, and finished with a career high 26 points. Junior point guard Billy Hofman had 8 points and seven assists and Joel Kim finished with 9 points and six assists. West Covina fell to 3-1. West Covina 9 13 16 14 -- 52 La Canada 19 18 24 19 -- 80 WEST COVINA -- Jinna 14, McIntosh 13 and 4 assists, Yeung 11, Roper 7, Silvera 5, Avar 2.  Three-pointers: Jinna 2, McIntosh, Yeung, Roper. LA CANADA -- Neyland 26, Gaudino 10, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks, Kim 9, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, Hofman 8 and 7 assists, Scott 8, Coleman 6, Vargas 5, Khan 3, Wang 3, Moore 2 and 7 rebounds.   Three-pointers: Neyland 7, Kim 3, Scott 2, Wang, Vargas.

Rowland 50, Monrovia 48 --The Raiders used an 11-0 run, which began late in the third quarter, to pull ahead for good against the two-time defending tournament champion Wildcats. Rowland senior Shon Pruitt had 11 points and eight rebounds.

West Covina 83, Bell Gardens 68 --Jabir Jinna scored 34 points as the Bulldogs improved to 3-0 on the season with their second victory in four days over the Lancers (1-2). Jinna is averaging 26.7 points through the first three games this season.  Corey McIntosh had 16 points and Kevin Avar scored 12 for West Covina. Arcenio Ramirez's 27 points paced Bell Gardens.

Consolation Quarterfinals

Arcadia 77, San Gabriel 65

Keppel 54, Nogales 45 --Andrew Gomez scored 17 points as the Aztecs picked up their third victory of the season.

Montclair 59, Bravo 43--Demetris Walk poured in 16 as the Cavaliers broke a three-game losing streak. Teammate Quincy Lewis added eight boards and three blocks.

South El Monte 58, Bell Gardens 51 --Senior guard Edwin Medina led the Eagles with 17 points and teammate Israel Zavala scored 12 as South El Monte defeated the Lancers.

 


Beverly Hills Tournament (Southern Section)
Quarterfinals

Peninsula 61, Beverly Hills 50 --Kevin Gardner scored 22 points for Peninsula (5-1). Isaac Aftalion scored 21 points for Beverly Hills (1-1). Shawn Weinstein had 11 as Peninsula (5-1) reached the semifinals.

Palisades 74, Hart 66 --

Daniel Murphy 66, Hamilton 59

Buena 72, Crespi 41

Consolation

Hollywood 2, Laces 0--(forfeit)

 


Canyon Country Canyon Tournament
First Round

Chaminade 80, Quartz Hill 69 --Adrian Aye'darko scored 23 points and Jarred Link had four steals to lead Chaminade (1-0).

Ribet 79, El Camino Real 68

Canyon Country Canyon 94, San Fernando 62

Antelope Valley 81, Monroe 62


Cerritos Valley Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Brentwood 68, Rancho Alamitos 53--Nick Henry scored 25 points to lead Brentwood (2-1).

 


Desert Cities Winter Classic (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Cathedral City 69, Colton 64 --Thomas Shewmake scored 21 points to lead Cathedral City (4-2). The Lions (4-2) also got 17 from Brandon Gray and 16 from Jared Otteson in the win. Colton (2-4) -- Evans 17, Celestin 7, Sorenson 16, Wilcox 8, Haskins 2, Beard 10, Faquharson 4.  Cathedral City -- Holmes 2, Simerson 6, Oglesby 2, Brown 4, Otteson 16, Gray 16, Lewis 1, Shewmake 22.  Halftime score -- Cathedral City 41-31. Three-point goals -- Evans 2, Sorenson, Simerson, Otteson 3, Gray, Shewmake. Total fouls -- Colton 19, Cathedral City 19. Fouled out -- none.

Eisenhower 96, Beaumont 37 --Sean Marshall scored 24 points to lead Eisenhower.

Palm Desert 59, J.W. North 47 --Ron Howard scored 30 points in the loss for J.W. North (3-3). Donald Brady scored 20 for Palm Desert (3-0). Josh Zazulia led the team with 14 rebounds. Chase McQuillen and Quentin Watkins added 10 points each, while Jim Bohm finished with seven points and seven assists. Aki Sator finished with seven rebounds.  North (3-3) -- Howard 30, Acevedo 2, Stewart 4, Esquivero 6, Ruffy 2, Martinez 3.  Palm Desert (3-0) -- Brady 20, Watkins 10, McQuillen 10, Zazuila 4, Broyles 3, Bohm 7, Sator 5. Halftime score -- Palm Desert 28-12. Three-point goals -- Brady 4, Howard 2, McQuillen. Total fouls -- Palm Desert 12, North 14.

Temescal Canyon 75, Redlands East Valley 66 --Mike Peterson and Dylan Petty had 14 points apiece and Josh Garrett had 11 for Temescal Canyon (2-1). Steve Dowdy had 19 points to lead Redlands East Valley (3-3). Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon outscored Redlands East Valley 15-7 in the second quarter and went on to win a pool-play game of the Desert Cities Tournament at Palm Desert High. Josh Garrett had 11 points and five assists for Temescal Canyon.  Temescal Canyon (2-1) -- Garrett 11, Peterson 14, Wing 9, Twamley 8, Petty 14, Corral 9, Allen 5, Ellenwood 3, True 2. Redlands East Valley (2-3) -- Dowdy 19, Cooke 12, Smith 12, Grijalva 3, Wallace 9, Kelly 5, Cowles 4, Dyk 2. Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 37-28. Three-point goals -- Garret, Wing, Petty 2, Dowdy 3, Smith 2, Kelly. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 17, Redlands East Valley 21. Fouled out -- Ellenwood.

 


El Capitan Tournament (San Diego Section)

Murrieta Valley 58, Valley Center 55--Cameron Porter hit a three-pointer to send the game into overtime, then scored the final four points in overtime to lift Murrieta Valley to a pool-play victory in the El Capitan Tournament in Valley Center. Porter, playing his first game since the school's football season ended, made a 35-footer with a second remaining in regulation to tie the score at 49-49. "It might be the first and last three-pointer of his career," Nighthawks coach Steve Tarabilda said. In overtime, Porter hit a layup with four seconds remaining to give Murrieta Valley a one-point lead. Porter then stole the ball and sank two free throws to put the game away. Murrieta Valley (2-2) -- Williams 10, Ricks 15, Fleming 2, McGregor 4, Shoup 5, Parks 4, Kinney 6, Porter 12. Valley Center -- Reilly 0, Woods 17, Pickering 2, Ness 17, Stedman 18, Redden 1.  Halftime score -- Murrieta Valley 25-23. Regulation score -- 49-49. Three-point goals -- Porter, Woods 2. Total fouls -- Murrieta Valley 23, Valley Center 12.


El Rancho "Blue Pride" Tournament   (Southern Section)
Pool Play
Blue Division

Chino 80, Wilson HH 73 (OT)--With both teams playing neck and neck throughout the contest, Chino (2-0) finally pulled away in overtime. Robert White led the way for the victorious Cowboys with 31 points and Johnny Dominguez added 24. Dante Holloway poured in 31 points for Wilson.

Covina 77, Montebello 53 --Jino La Bomme scored a game high 22 points and teammate Vernon Covington added 21 to lead Covina (2-0) over Montebello (2-1).

Pomona 43, Warren 41-- Dennis Moore scored 19 points and Ekber Djokovic scored 10 points for the Bears, but it wasn't enough to defeat Pomona.   Odell Howard scored 18 points and Damarian Woods added 10 points to lead Pomona. Alvaro Nunez had nine points in the win for the Red Devils, who will play Paramount today at El Rancho High School in the semifinals.

Santa Fe 79, Bassett 53-- After losing its first three games of the season without four of its players who were still playing football, Santa Fe routed Bassett, 79-53, in pool play of the El Rancho Tournament at Santa Fe High on Wednesday night.  Santa Fe's Robert Ruiz led the Chiefs with 15 points and Duke Rivera had 13, but it was the contributions of Jimmy Fuentes, Edgar Nunez, Jose Espinoza and Jess Maciel that made this an easy victory. The quartet combined for 30 points and 20 rebounds. Fuentes, at 6-foot-2 and the Chiefs' tallest player, had 10 points and seven rebounds, and Nunez scored 10 points.  Bassett was led by Ivan Velasco's 20 points. Sal Rios scored 12 points for the Olympians (0-4).

Black Division

Gabrielino 74, Glenn 44 --Sean Carey had 25 points and 11 rebounds for Gabrielino (1-2). Shane Martin and Bobby Townsend each scored nine points for Glenn (0-3).

Workman 62, Bosco Tech 58 --Junior guard Bruno Acevedo scored 30 points for Workman (3-1) in the win at Bosco Tech (3-1).

Whittier 65, Sierra Vista 46

 


El Segundo Tournament (Southern Section)
Quarterfinals

Elsinore 55, Garden Grove Pacifica 52 --Elsinore took a 15-point lead into the fourth quarter, but Pacifica fought back led by Jason Brock, who scored 21 points for Pacifica. Sean Strausheim scored 16 points for Elsinore (3-0).   Elsinore, outscored 24-12 in the fourth quarter, watched that 15-point lead evaporate but held on for a victory over Garden Grove Pacifica in the championship quarterfinals of the El Segundo Tournament. Jason Brock scored 10 of his 21 points in the fourth to lead Pacifica. Sean Strausheim, who had 16 points, made 3 of 3 free throws down the stretch to keep Elsinore ahead. Travon Keahey had seven blocks and Ross Wolter grabbed 14 rebounds for the Tigers.  Elsinore (3-0) -- Keahey 13, Green 8, Strausheim 16, Cirilo 2, Hunt 5, Wolter 11.  Pacifica -- Estrada 9, Fragioso 3, Harper 4, Vidarre 4, Washington 11, Brock 21. Halftime score -- Elsinore 33-19. Three-point goals -- Keahey, Green, Strausheim, Washington 3, Brock. Total fouls -- Elsinore 17, Pacifica 14. Fouled out -- Wolter.

El Segundo 67, St. Monica 52--Dashawn Strong had 22 points, 15 rebounds, six steals and four blocks to lead El Segundo (6-0) into the tournament semifinals against Lake Elsinore on Friday at 6 p.m. Jeramie Hopson added 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Consolation

Torrance 83, Narbonne 73--Torrance exploded offensively in the second half and defeated Narbonne, 83-73, in the Kiwanis Tournament at El Segundo consolation quarterfinal. Lance Keys had 19 points and Torrance scored 50 second-half points, including 30 in the fourth quarter. Marshawn Williams (18 points, 12 assists) and Kevin Finney (17 points, 11 rebounds) also contributed.Narbonne was led by Uzoma Mmeje's 22 points.

Santa Monica 79, Salesian 28 --Brett DeAngelis scored 24 points for Santa Monica.

 


Fremont HS L.A. City Classic (LA City Section)
Pool Play

Fountain Valley 63, Canoga Park 44 --Zack Wheatley scored 19 points for Fountain Valley (3-0).

Fremont 98, Blair 46 --Geoffrey Clayton scored 24 points for Fremont and Mark Bradford and Terrell Powell each added 17 points for the Pathfinders (2-0), who opened the game with a 9-0 run and led, 32-7, after the first quarter. Darron Brown had 13 points for Fremont, which led, 46-14, at halftime.

Chatsworth 59, Los Angeles Wilson 52

Dorsey 77, Etiwanda 67

 


Fullerton Darren Oliver Tournament   (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Ontario 56, Tustin 50--Marcel Mack scored 18 points and Chris Taylor added 11 points to lead Ontario.  Desmond Crews scored 10 points and had four steals in the win for the Jaguars, who will play La Serna on Friday at 6:30 p.m.Chris Barrett scored 23 points in a losing cause for the Tillers (0-2) in a pool-play game at Fullerton.

La Serna 53, La Mirada 46


 

Glendora Tournament (Southern Section)
Round Robin

Downey Calvary Chapel 77, Saugus 64 --Tim Drisdom scored 23 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, and Jonathan James added 22 for Calvary Chapel (1-0). B.J. Willkomm scored 19 points to lead Saugus (2-4).

Glendora 63, Brea Olinda 56-- The Glendora High School boys basketball team moved through the second round of the Glendora Tournament with a 63-56 victory over visiting Brea-Olinda on Wednesday night.  Guards Mike Mehanna and Larry Monroe scored 19 points apiece to lead the Tartans. Spencer Foster had 14 points and seven rebounds as Glendora remained undefeated at 3-0.  The Tartans will face Saugus on Friday. Eric Giesler scored 20 points for the Wildcats (1-1) in their pool-play loss.

 


Hesperia Christian Tournament (Southern Section)
First Round

Hesperia Christian 88, Immanuel Christian 32--Bryan Glass scored 24 points to lead Hesperia Christian (2-1). The Hesperia Christian Patriots opened their own Tournament with an impressive win over Immanuel of Ridgecrest. Sophmore guard Josh Hamilton had 18 points for HC. Immanuel Christian's Kevin Spargo and Matthew Minneck both had 10 points. HCS point guard Trevor Wagstaffe contributed 12 points and 10 assists. Junior Jesse McDonald had 12 points, all three pointers and Junior Aaron Garcia had 10 points for HCS.

Apple Valley Christian 66, Lucerne Valley 21

Bloomington Christian 53, Victor Valley Christian 37--Victor Valley Christian (0-1) -- DeJarnette 0, Shroyer 2, Doty 0, Dandrise 14, Millner 6, Oshinuga 4, Hofflinger 9, Chaves 2. Bloomington Christian (1-0) -- Jordan 18, Brown 4, Mendoza 9, Ziegler 11, Jones 6, Hawkins 3, Vanderwal 2. Halftime score -- Bloomington 27-22. Three-point goals -- Millner 2, Hofflinger, Jordan. Total fouls -- Victor Valley Christian 8, Bloomington Christian 4. Fouled out -- none.

Upland Christian 72, Vasquez 48--Jake Garcia had 23 points and D.J Morgan added 17 points to lead Upland Christian (3-1). Travis Manning added seven points in the win for the Eagles, who will play Hesperia Christian at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the second round.


La Jolla Country Day Tournament (San Diego Section)
Pool Play

Capistrano Valley Christian 49, Army-Navy (San Diego) 41-- Ross Skinner scored 17 points and Kenny Ryan and Sean Reynolds added 10 for Capistrano Valley Christian (1-3).

Calipatria 53, St. Margaret's (CIF-SS) 52--Paul Janczyk had 28 points and Ninyus Youkhanneh had 14 for St. Margaret's (0-2).

Fresno Christian 53, Linfield 42 -- Fresno Christian outscored Temecula Linfield 13-5 in the fourth quarter en route to a first-round victory of the La Jolla Coutry Day Tournament. Freshman Chuck Wilson had 10 points, nine assists and five rebounds for Linfield  Fresno Christian -- Haydock 2, Jones 3, Haydale 5, Stede 14, Baycock 14, France 4, Saunders 8, Justin 3 Linfield (2-1) -- Wilson 10, Rodriguez 7, LaFranco 6, Wold 12, Beckman 6, Bates 1.  Halftime score -- Fresno Christian 30-28. Three-point goals -- Wilson 2, Haydale, Jones. Total fouls -- Fresno Christian 18, Linfield 10. Fouled out -- Wiers. 

La Jolla Country Day 86, Lone Pine 32

 


La Quinta (Westminster)-Los Amigos Tournament (Southern Section)
Quarterfinals

University 71, Century 60 -- Jon Asnon scored 20 points, Bobby Gomez added 19 and AJ Moskus had 17 for University (3-0) at Westminster La Quinta. Ivan Preciado scored 14 points for Century (3-1).

Edison 52, Santa Ana Cavary Chapel 33 --Beau Roquemore made four three-pointers and scored a game-high 16 points for the Chargers in a quarterfinal victory.

Huntington Beach 43, Irvine 36 --Nick Selberg scored 15 points and Bret Vanvoorhis 14 to pace the Oilers (2-1) in a championship quarterfinal.

Consolation

Santa Ana 50, Laguna Beach 49 --George (Jorge) Cervantes had 19 points for Santa Ana and Trevor Lyle had 17 for Laguna Beach.

 


Los Alamitos Tournament (Southern Section)

Los Alamitos 59, Southgate 47--Mark Lotman had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead Los Alamitos (3-1). Juan Edwin had 14 points for Southgate (2-4).

Muir 60, Bellflower 46 --Ryan Hollins had 16 points and 15 rebounds for Muir (4-0). Michael Hubbard scored 17 for Bellflower and Ruben Castro scored 13 and had 6 rebounds but it wasn't enough to get past Muir. 

Verbum Dei 55, Millikan 52--Richard Chaney had 25 points for Verbum Dei (1-2).

Mayfair 78, North Torrance 44

 


Milken Hilltopper Tournament (Southern Section)
Championship

Stoneridge Prep 81, Valley Toraj 78 (OT) --James Spencer had 22 points and 14 rebounds for Stoneridge Prep (5-0). Leon Usher, the most valuable player of the tournament, had 15 points against Valley Torah and 75 in three tournament games. Yossi Goldman scored 26 points for Valley Torah (2-1). The Wolfpack rallied from a 16-point deficit in the fourth quarter, but Stoneridge Prep scored the first six points in overtime.

Third Place

Cathedral 56, Milken 50

Fifth Place

Paraclete 57, Shalhevet 51

Seventh Place

Yeshiva 68, Malibu 37

 


Newport Harbor Bill Reynolds Classic Tournanment (Southern Section)
Pool Play

El Toro 66, West Valley 44 --Freshman Darryl Best scored 22 points and Ronnie Pentz added 10 points for El Toro (4-0). West Valley is 2-2.

Newport Harbor 73, Rancho Verde 60 --Tony Melum had 24 points and nine rebounds, and Eric Peterson had 19 points for host Newport Harbor (4-1). Anthony Winston had 16 points for Rancho Verde. The Tars will play Upland, which won the CIF Southern Section I-AAA championship last season, tonight at 7:30 for the right to represent Pool A in Saturday's 7:30 p.m. tournament title game at Newport Harbor.   Jamie Diefenbach had eight points, six rebounds and five blocks, while starting guards Chase Cameron and Andre Pinesett added seven and six points. Rancho Verde cut Newport Harbor's lead to six points in the third quarter, but Melum hit two three-pointers in the fourth to put the game away. Anthony Winston had 16 points and six rebounds for Rancho Verde, while Roger Nogueira recorded nine assists.  Rancho Verde 13 10 21 16 - 60 Newport Harbor 20 15 17 21 - 73 Rancho Verde - Winston 16, Roselle 5, Tillman 7, Brown 13, Nogueira 1, Singfield 8, Green 6, Jones 2, Williams 2. 3-pt. goals - Singfield 2, Brown 1. Fouled out - Brown. Technicals - none. Newport Harbor - Melum 24, Peterson 19, Diefenbach 8, Pinesett 7, Cameron 6, Melgar 5, Pajevic 2, Louvier 2, Rorden 0, Glassic 0, Fortier 0, Tully 0, Boyd 0. 3-pt. goals - Melum 3, Peterson 2, Melgar 1. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none.

 


Riverside Poly-Ramona Kiwanis Tournament
First Round

Arlington 63, Paloma Valley 31--Riverside Arlington outscored Menifee Paloma Valley 22-4 in the first quarter in a first-round victory in the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament at Riverside Ramona. The Lions used a man-to-man full-court press and came up with seven steals in the first quarter. Isaac Holguin, who had seven steals, scored 10 of his game-high 16 points in the first quarter. Paloma Valley -- Bridell 3, Nobbe 4, Doman 7, Madore 4, Alvarado 3, Rathmel 4, Haller 1, Grady 2, Somerville 3. Arlington (2-1) -- Holguin 16, Acosta 8, Thomas 6, McGee 10, Miller 0, Simon 13, Burge 2, Garner 4, Orduno 4. Halftime score -- Arlington 38-12. Three-point goals -- Bridell, Doman 2, Simon 2, Holguin 4, Acosta. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 15, Arlington 13. Fouled out -- none.

Jurupa Valley 78, Redlands 64 -- Damian Frias scored 18 of his game-high 31 points in the seocnd half as Jurupa Valley defeated Redlands in the first round of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament at Riverside Ramona. Jurupa Valley, which shot 14 of 16 from the free-throw line, outscored Redlands 24-17 in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. Redlands (0-1) -- Alsobrooks 7, Parsha 17, Geary 4, Rogers 12, Gilbert 2. Paxman 2, Earl 20.  Jurupa Valley (3-2) -- Brito 7, Wright 6, Frias 31, West 6, Zucca 6, Belangeri 16, Marcroft 2, Ayala 2, Gard 2. Halftime score -- Jurupa Valley 34-26. Three-point goals -- Alsobrooks, Parsha 2, Earl, Brito, Frias 2, West. Total fouls -- Redlands 14, Jurupa Valley 18. Fouled out -- Zuca. Technical fouls -- Parsha (hanging on the rim).

Miller 81, Banning 64-- Miller (3-0) -- Smith 2, E. Brown 4, Ramirez 34, Ward 17, Michel 11, C. Brown 2, Kovach 2, Littleton 6, Allen 3.   Banning (81) -- Stokes 5, Figueroa 7, Johnson 5, Turner 2, McD 19, Harris 13, Roberts 4, Campbell 3, Colby 6.  Halftime score -- Miller 46-31. Three-point goals -- Ramirez 3, Ward 3, Figueroa, Harris 2. Total fouls -- Miller 15, Banning 19. Fouled out -- Roberts. 

Rancho Cucamonga 82, La Quinta 65 -- Mike Hamilton had 13 and 10 rebounds and Justin Hamilton scored 13 of his 16 points in the second half as Rancho Cucamonga (1-2) pulled away with a victory at the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament. The Cougars outscored La Quinta 32-19 in the fourth quarter to take control.  Paul St. Angelo of La Quinta led all scorers with 18 points. La Quinta -- Beavers 11, Matthews 15, Beck 2, Kehl 6, St. Angelo 21, Brodt 8, Ahmad 2.  Rancho Cucamonga (1-2) -- Bond 3, Dunagan 4, Vasquez 8, Ford 8, J. Hamilton 16, Acuna 8, Steinmetz 3, Iszard 10, Dornes 1, Brown 2, Washington 5, M. Hamilton 13.  Halftime score -- Rancho Cucamonga 30-28. Three-point goals -- Beavers, St. Angelo 3, Ford, Acuna 2, Iszard 2. Total fouls -- La Quinta 28, Rancho Cucamonga 9. Fouled out -- Ramirez, Beavers, Brodt.


San Dimas-Bonita Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Diamond Bar 52, Damien 46 --Brandon Papez scored 15 points to lead Diamond Bar (2-1). Damien is 1-2.

Diamond Ranch 60, San Dimas 59 --Delano Gray made a layup with less than second left in the game to give Diamond Ranch the victory. Gray scored 14 points and teammate Richard Coombs had 24 points for the Panthers (2-0). Curtis Small scored 24 points for San Dimas, which took a, 59-58, lead with seven seconds left on a basket by Antouan Mesropion. Gray's last second shot came after he stole the ball underneath the basket after San Dimas had rallied to take the lead with just seven seconds remaining.  The victory moved Diamond Ranch (2-0) into the semifinal game at 8:30 Thursday night. San Dimas fell to 1-1 with the loss.

Claremont def. Bonita JV

Alta Loma 93, Garey 56--Maurice Newton and Sir Fleming each scored 14 as the Braves (2-1) defeated the Vikings. Newton also added 13 rebounds and three blocks in the victory. Dellano Bell of Garey led all scorers with 17 points.


 

Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament (Southern Section)
Pool Play

Santa Barbara 71, Highland 61--Junior forward Santiago Aguirre had 24 points and eight rebounds and senior point guard Dante DeRose added 20 points as Santa Barbara won its second game in the Thousand Oaks Tournament.   The Dons, 3-1, advance to Friday's semifinals to play Newbury Park at 7:30 p.m.   Michael Fisher added 11 points and eight rebounds while Taylor Rochestie had 10 points and seven rebounds. Preston Maloney had five points and six assists. SANTA BARBARA -- DeRose 20, Maloney 5, Bogan 3, Aguirre 24, Rochestie 10, Fisher 11. Total 71. HIGHLAND -- Stevenson 19, Theus 7, Alvey 2, Hargrove 4, Johnson 2, Peevy 8, Young 18. Total 61.   Santa Barbara . . . 15 20 15 20 -- 71 Highland . . . 15 9 18 20 -- 61  3-point goals--SB 4 (DeRose 1, Maloney 1, Rochestie 2), H 1 (Stevenson). Fouled out--none. Record--Sb 3-1.

Westlake 84, San Marcos 80 (OT)--Seamus McKiernan poured in a career-high 38 points but San Marocs High came up short in an 84-80 double-overtime loss to Westlake at the Thousand Oaks Tournament. Aaron Mercer added 15 points for the Royals, who lost for the second straight day in the tourney and fell to 2-3 on the season. Westlake rallied to tie it in regulation by scoring on three of its last four possessions. Asher Kupperman sent the game into a second extra session at 72-all by hitting a 5-footer in the lane. Kupperman had seven rebounds and five assists. Freshman Andrew Popp led San Marcos with eight rebounds while McKiernan had seven. McKiernan, a 6-6 senior, hit 17-of-26 from the field and 4-5 from the free-throw line. He scored 28 in of his points after halftime.

Oxnard 60, Oak Park 54 --Grant Smith and Corey Webb led the charge for an Oak Park team that fell short in overtime against Oxnard in the third round of the Thousand Oaks Rotary Tournament on Wednesday night. Down by three at halftime, Oak Park used a full-court press in the second half to clamp down on its bigger foes, forcing five turnovers in the third period.  The game was tied midway through the third period when Oxnard's Lee Adair (18 points) turned on the offensive firepower to extend the Oxnard lead to 10 at the end of three periods, 44-34. With 20 seconds left, Oxnard's inbounds pass sailed out of bounds and McNair hit another runner with 2.6 seconds left to sent the game into overtime. In the extra period, as if to atone for a lackadaisical fourth period, Oxnard scored six unanswered points with a minute left.  A late field Oak Park field goal cut it to four, but that was as close it would get. Smith and Webb had 15 and 11 respectively for Oak Park.

Lompoc 72, Burbank Burroughs 68 (OT)--Lompoc's Ryan Redding made a three-pointer to send the game into overtime, then the Braves' Anthony English let loose a 10-point barrage as the Blue and White basketball team beat Burroughs Burbank 72-68 in OT at the Thousand Oaks tourney Wednesday. Burroughs Burbank led 16-9 out of the first quarter, then Lompoc clung to a 24-22 advantage at the half.  In overtime, English had 10 of the Braves' 12 and wound up with a game-high 31. English, who made seven three-pointers in the win over Atascadero at Lompoc the night before, followed with five treys in this one. Chris Lynwood came along with 21 points and Tim Hilley scored eight for Lompoc as the Braves improved to 3-1. Joey Pasinger scored 22, Pete St. Joubert 14 for Burroughs. Lompoc plays Highland Friday at 4:30.

 


Westchester Tournament (LA City Section)

Westchester 87, Locke 40 --Hassan Adams made seven of eight from the field and scored 19 points, and Trevor Ariza added 15 points for the Comets (1-0), who jumped out to a 25-2 lead. Six players scored in double figures for Westchester (1-0).  Montgomery Montrovan scored 10 points for Locke (0-1). Brandon Bowman finished with 13 points. Scott Cutley and Keith Everage both had 12 points and Ashanti Cook had 10.

Hawthorne 88, Washington Prep 76--Michael Washington had 29 points and Villamar Washington added 19 as Hawthorne (3-2) survived a 35-19 fourth-quarter run from Washington (0-2).

 

CIF-SS League Game Scores, Wednesday, 12/05/01

Arrowhead League

La Sierra Academy 90, Noli Indian 35 --Jean-Pierre Bullon scored 17 points to lead host La Sierra (3-1, 1-0). Noli Indian is now 0-3, 0-1. La Sierra Academy outscored Soboba Noli Indian 34-14 in the first quarter en route to an Arrowhead League victory. J. P. Bullon scored 10 points in the first quarter and finished with a game-high 17. Noli Indian (0-1, 0-3) -- Lorenzo 13, Morris 9, Snyder 6, Alto 4, Williams 3.  La Sierra Academy (1-0, 3-1) -- Bullon 17, Gutierrez 10, Paschal 8, Makboul 7, Barber 6, Mendoza 12, Moya 2, Castro 12, Trinidad 10, Negroni 3, Bearden 3.  Halftime score -- La Sierra Academy 49-23. Three-point goals -- Trinidad, Makboul, Morris 2. Total fouls -- Noli Indian 10, La Sierra Academy 18. Fouled out -- none.

Condor League

Happy Valley 52, Oak Grove 44

CIF-SS Non-League Game Scores, Wednesday, 12/05/01

Antelope Valley Christian 71, Laguna Blanca 64 (OT) --Percy Pickett made seven three-pointers and finished with 23 points to lead Antelope Valley Christian (3-2) which outscored Laguna Blanca, 8-3, in overtime.

Bishop Diego 68, Villanova 52 --Pat Minehan had 18 points to lead host Bishop Diego (4-1). Djadji Daffe scored 18 points to lead Villanova (2-4).  Five Cardinals scored in double figures, led by Patrick Minehan with 19 points, as Bishop won the non-league game at home.  Minehan also had five steals and three assists. Marcus Brown added 10 points and seven rebounds while David Elmerick had 13 points, Andy Aijian had 11 and A.  J. Cavaletto had 10.  Bishop, 4-1, plays Cate at home on Friday.  VILLANOVA -- Kirby 10, Duffe 18, Gibson 14, Tevis 6, Kim 2, Grey 2. Totals 21 9-24 52. BISHOP DIEGO -- Minehan 18, Brown 10, Munoz 3, Aijian 11, Dunn 1, Lagattuta 2, Cavaletto 10, Elmerick 12, Schneider 3. Totals 29 7-13 70. Villanova . . . 15 13 11 13 -- 52  Bishop . . . 17 19 12 22 -- 70 3-point goals--V (Kirby), BD (Minehan 2, Cavaletto 2, Munoz 1). 14, 20. Fouled out--None. Records--BD 4-1, V 2-4.|

Bloomington 86, Rim of the World 78

Burbank 73, Hoover 58-- Burbank's Jason Flowers scored a game-high 33 points to lead Burbank to a come-from-behind 73-58 nonleague victory against visiting Hoover on Wednesday night. It marked the second time in less than a week that Burbank (3-1) defeated Hoover (2-3). Flowers scored 14 points in a 67-56 win in the third-place game of the Hoover-Burbank Tournament at Hoover on Friday. Flowers made all   14 of his free-throw attempts and scored 20 of Burbank's 27 first-half points.   Hoover starting center Alan Karamalian finished with a team-high 19 points and nine rebounds.  Trenton Cleveland scored 14 points and added four steals for Burbank.   Hoover 17 15 15 11 -- 58 Burbank 12 15 16 30 -- 73 HOOVER -- Karamalian 19 and 9 rebounds, Baghdasarian 12, Stepanyan 11, 4 assists and 4 steals, Abernathy 10, Rivera 4, Rostami 2. Three-pointers: Baghdasarian 3, Stepanyan. BURBANK -- Flowers 33, Cleveland 14 and four steals, Street 10, Rife 9, Burton 4, Arzumanian 2, Craigshead 1. Three-pointers: Rife 3, Cleveland 2, Flowers

Camarillo 61, Royal 47 --Derek Rasp had 17 points and Britt Schyphers had 12 points to lead Camarillo (4-2). Joel Hendershot had 18 points to lead host Royal (3-2).  Rasp hit two three-pointers.  Joel Hendershot scored 18 for the Highlanders, including two 3-pointers.

Dana Hills 56, Laguna Hills 50 --Lorca Ghanbari scored 29 points to lead host Dana Hills (3-2).

El Dorado 63, Troy 47 --David Patten had 30 points and Kyle Miller made three 3-pointers and finished with 12 points for host El Dorado (5-0). Nate Gilkes had 22 points for Troy (1-4).

Fairmont Prep 83, Eastside Christian 42 --Will Washington scored 22 points, had 15 rebounds and six steals, and Davis Shu added 21 on five three-point shots for host Fairmont Prep (5-0). TJ Fakehinde scored 26 points for Eastside Christian (1-4).

Garden Grove 44, Sage Hill 39--Joe Monsoor scored 14 points and Veli Taumoefolau added 12 to lead the visiting Argonauts over Sage Hill which dropped its first ever season opener to visiting Garden Grove Wednesday. Junior center Michael Fitzhugh paced Sage Hill with 14 points, including seven in the final period, and added 10 rebounds. Sophomore Kevin Joyce had seven points and five boards and Erik Williams had eight points for Sage Hill. Garden Grove 14 10 10 10 - 44  Sage Hill 11 5 9 14 - 39 Garden Grove - Luu 4, Monsoor 14, Pierce 2, Taumoefolau 12, Heideman 8, Green 4. 3-pt. goals - none. Fouled out - none. Technicals - none. Sage Hill - Joyce 7, Swanson 0, Fitzhugh 14, Williams 8, Wilkins 0, Brewer 4, Youssef 3, Loper 3, Cho 0. 3-pt. goals - Loper 1, Williams 1. Fouled out - Williams. Technicals - none.

Katella 52, Sunny Hills 35--Robert Alvarez scored 10 points and Keith Smith added nine as the host Knights (4-1) used a balanced scoring attack to hand the Lancers (4-1) their first loss.

Kilpatrick 50, Thacher 44

La Habra 71, Valencia 45--The Highlanders (4-2) outscored the host Tigers (1-4) by 21 points in the second quarter.

Liberty Christian 59, Saddleback Valley Christian 31 --Patrick Doney had 21 points and eight rebounds, and Reuben Sasaki had 14 points for host Liberty Christian (1-5).

Mission Viejo 79, Anaheim Canyon 59

Orange 72, Western 48 --Marcus Smith made five 3-pointers and had 29 points for Orange (3-0). Josh Winningham had 22 points for Western (1-2).

Redlands Jr. Academy 69, Peace in the Valley 54

South Hills 58, Gladstone 41

Westview 52, Summit View 49 --Yuoseff Hulse had 15 points to lead Westview (3-0) which rallied from an
eight-point halftime deficit. Bob Danen scored 22 points for Summit View.

Wilson (LB) 58, Gahr 48--Junior guard Kevin Crockett scored 19 in the first half as the Bruins (3-2) defeated Gahr (2-3). Crockett finished with 23 points and shot 11-11 from the floor.

Woodbridge 68, Ocean View 53 --Woodbridge took a slim two-point lead into the fourth quarter, but pulled away with a 22-9 fourth quarter. Patrick Haddan scored 21 for Woodbridge (4-1). Steve Clark scored 23 to lead the Ocean View (0-2).

CIF LA City Section Non- League  Game Scores, Wednesday, 12/05/01

Reseda 79, Poly 63 --Juan Panuco scored 19 points to lead host Poly (0-3).

Venice 81, Foshay Magnet 64


 

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