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Saturday, Dec. 20

TOURNAMENTS

BELL-JEFF
Championship semifinal

Burbank Burroughs 64, Bell-Jeff 32
Granada Hills Kennedy 66, LACES 57

Fifth-place semifinals

L.A. University 70, Van Nuys 62
Grant 85, Verdugo Hills 49

Ninth-place semifinals

Downtown Magnets 57, Cathedral 42
Culver City 49, Burbank 48

BAKERSFIELD
Fifth Place

Cleveland 70, Carson 47
Nick Young had 29 points, including 22 in the second half, and also had 13 rebounds and four blocks for Cleveland (9-2). Michael Johnson led Carson (3-5) with 24 points.

BELL-JEFF
Fifth place semifinal

L.A. University 70, Van Nuys 62
Desmond Eaton scored 21 and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead University (2-3).

Consolation semifinals

Grant 85, Verdugo Hills 49
Mark Danielian scored 26 points and Thomas Ware added 22 points for Grant (4-4).

FREMONT
Third place

Hamilton (Ten.) 72, LB Johnson (Tex.) 70

Seventh place

Fremont 61, King-Drew 56

Ninth place

Baton Rouge (La.) Southern Lab 71, Washington D.C. Dunbar 62

Washington 71, Gardena 52
Joseph Ware had 24 points to lead Washington.

L.A. WILSON
Championship

Bell 65, L.A. Wilson 52
Solomon Lopez had 22 points and 12 rebounds and Joseph Strickland scored 21 and to lead Bell (8-6).

Seventh Place

Birmingham 81, San Fernando 72
Chord Hicks had 21 points and 12 rebounds and Baron Abdul-Mansour added 20 points for Birmingham (3-7) at Wilson. Ernie Gomez led San Fernando 22 points and Julio Gabriel had 21 points.

MISSION PREP
Third Round

Crenshaw 81, Easton Washington Union 67
Anthony Kidd scored 23 points for Crenshaw (7-1).

Friday, Dec. 19

NONLEAGUE

Huntington Park 58, Hollywood 52 (OT)
Sal Garcia had 24 points and 15 rebounds and Jimmy Leal hit a three-pointer at the end of regulation to tie the game for visiting Huntington Park (4-3). Hollywood drops to 7-3.

INTERSECTIONAL

NONLEAGUE

Dorsey 77, Price 55
Johnson Heard had 36 points for Dorsey (7-2) in a nonleague game at Price.

Thursday, Dec. 18

TOURNAMENTS

FORT MYERS (FLA.)
First round

Westchester 80, Naples (Fla.) 30

FREMONT
Pool play

Austin (Texas) Johnson 105, Gardena 54
Birmingham (Ala.) West End 47, South Gate 26
Denver East 110, King-Drew 61
Memphis (Tenn.) Hamilton 69, L.A. Jordan 51
Southern LAB (Louisiana) 75, Dorsey 72
Washington D.C. Dunbar 71, Venice 45

Wednesday, Dec. 17

TOURNAMENTS

BAKERSFIELD
First Round

Cleveland 73, East Bakersfield 62
Nick Young had 34 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks to lead Cleveland (7-1). Loren Leath added 18 points and Corey Duncan had 13 points and seven assists for the Cavaliers.

Carson 83, Bakersfield Foothill 46

FREMONT
Pool play

Dorsey 63, L.A. Jordan 47
Kyle Gibson had 15 points, 15 rebounds and five steals and Joe Lewis added 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Dorsey (7-1).

Washington (D.C.) Dunbar 75, Gardena 37
Birmimgham (Ala.) West End 50, North Las Vegas Cheyenne 26
Memphis (Tenn.) Hamilton 65, Washington 47
Fremont 72, Venice 62
Denver East 73, South Gate 46

L.A. WILSON
Pool Play

Bell 54, Manual Arts 41
Salomon Lopez had 22 points and six rebounds to lead Bell (5-6).

Bravo Medical 77, Birmingham 68
Petros Nagapetyan of Bravo Medical (6-4) had 25 points, including four three-pointers. Hector Garcia had 15 points, making five of five three-pointers, for Bravo, which made 11 three-pointers. Baron Abdul-Mansour had 26 points for Birmingham (2-5).

SPARKS (NEV.)
First round

North Hollywood 87, Reno (Nev.) North Valleys 57
David Updegrove scored 23 points and Kenny Kinard and Josh Hernandez each added 15 points to lead North Hollywood (3-3).

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 53, Marshall 45

NONLEAGUE

Middle College 61, USC-MAST 51
Chris Broughton scored 20 points and Will Randalle added 11 rebounds for host Middle College (2-0).

Narbonne 69, LACES 58
Christian Smith scored 31 points to lead host Narbonne (4-5). LACES is 5-2.

INTERSECTIONAL

Dominguez 71, King-Drew 67
Michael Boyd led Dominguez (7-2) with 16 points and Brian Harvey added 14 points. Marvin Mills scored 19 points for visiting King-Drew (1-1).

Tuesday, Dec. 16

NONLEAGUE

Dorsey 92, Canoga Park 62
Kyle Gibson had 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead host Dorsey. Aaron Perry scored 30 points for Canoga Park (4-4).

Granada Hills Kennedy 64, Granada Hills 57
Marcel Sample scored 22 points for host Kennedy (3-4). Adam Beckle had 28 points for Granada Hills.

Hollywood 72, Hamilton 65
D.J. Edwards had 22 points and Arturas Lazdauskas had 17 for visiting Hollywood (7-2). Ryan Avilez had 20 points and 10 assists for visiting Hamilton.

Sun Valley Poly 78, Reseda 69
Omar Castaneda had 26 points, 13 rebounds and four assists to lead host Sun Valley Poly (2-9).

Bravo Medical 63, Lincoln 57

Monday, Dec. 15

NONLEAGUE

Chatsworth 77, Sun Valley Poly 72
Dominic Alires scored 20 points for host Chatsworth (1-6). Ray Castanus led all players with 24 points for Sun Valley Poly.

El Camino Real 60, North Hollywood 51
Kevin Johnson scored 23 points for El Camino Real. Beewee Vallesteros led North Hollywood (2-3) with 17 points.

L.A. Hamilton 65, Manual Arts 62

INTERSECTIONAL

Cleveland 76, Thousand Oaks 67
Jason Hill scored 18 points and had nine rebounds for visiting Cleveland (6-1). Chad Acerboni had 21 points for Thousand Oaks (4-2).

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