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Friday, Feb. 6

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Dorsey 62, Locke 30
Erica Inge had 16 points for host Dorsey (15-8, 6-2).

Jefferson 71, Manual Arts 60
Senior Tena Flores had 31 points, including seven three-pointers, 10 rebounds and three steals to lead visiting Jefferson (11-6, 3-4). Flores, the City Section's leading scorer last year, averaging 30.2 points per game, is considering offers from Rutgers, Cal State Humbolt and Cal State Dominguez Hills. Dominique Carter added 14 points for the Democrats. Host Manual Arts fell to 1-7 in league.

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

L.A. CES 72, Foshay 42
Alexis Fields had 19 points and seven rebounds to lead host L.A. CES (13-4, 9-1). Deonna Autrey scored 35 points to lead Foshay.

EASTERN LEAGUE

Bell 47, Huntington Park 38
Amy Gutierrez scored 15 points for host Bell (3-15, 2-6). Huntington Park is 0-8 in league.

L.A. Jordan 58, Garfield 45
Keisha Davis had 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals for Jordan (17-3, 8-0), which clinched at least a share of the league title at Garfield (16-7, 4-4).

Roosevelt 44, South Gate 31
Adriana Lopez had 13 points and eight rebounds and Maria Esqueda had 10 points for visiting Roosevelt (18-5, 7-1). South Gate is 3-3 in league.

MARINE LEAGUE

Carson 58, Gardena 29
Shinyere Ibekwe had 21 points, 20 rebounds, five blocks, three assists and two steals to lead host Carson (13-6, 6-2).

Narbonne 80, Wilmington Banning 18
Sophomore forward Morghan Medlock had 20 points and 20 rebounds for Narbonne (13-8, 8-0), which clinched its eighth consecutive league title. The Gauchos, ranked No. 16 by The Times, led 33-10 at halftime and outscored Banning (2-6 in league) 20-0 in the third quarter.

Washington Prep 48, San Pedro 20Johnisha Rice had 25 points and 13 rebounds for host Washington Prep (10-9, 4-4).

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 55, Franklin 34
Ebony White had 30 points, 10 rebounds and five steals and for host Los Angeles (20-4, 10-0).

L.A. Marshall 61, Belmont 44
Lauren Foster had 19 points and 12 rebounds for host Marshall (12-12, 8-2). Carmen De la Cruz scored 16 points for Belmont.

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Hollywood 47, Grant 46
Andrea Chavez had 15 points for Grant (7-7, 6-2).

North Hollywood 44, Sun Valley Poly 35
Lauren Trenor had 15 points and 12 rebounds for visiting North Hollywood (7-11, 6-2). Poly is 1-7 in league.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Reseda 60, Kennedy 39
Clarissa Ricks scored 17 points and Chelsea Tacub added 15 for host Reseda (12-4, 6-2). Ashiell Debose scored 23 points for Kennedy, which trailed 25-11 at halftime.

San Fernando 65, Van Nuys 52
Leilani Madrigal scored 17 points for host San Fernando (7-12, 2-6), which led 27-26 at halftime and outscored Van Nuys 20-12 in the fourth quarter. Janette Magtahas had 20 points, seven rebounds and seven steals for Van Nuys (3-15, 2-6).

Sylmar 85, Monroe 56
La Shay Fears had 21 points and 10 rebounds, Seyram Gbewonyo had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Katrina Thompson had 16 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists to lead visiting Sylmar (13-6, 8-0) past Monroe (14-5, 6-2).

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Birmingham 60, Taft 50
Shanda Esmond had 17 points and 20 rebounds for visiting Birmingham (10-11, 3-5).

El Camino Real 56, Chatsworth 51
Erica Davis had 25 points, including four three-pointers to lead visiting El Camino Real (16-5, 7-1) past Chatsworth (7-1 in league).

WESTERN LEAGUE

Fairfax 68, L.A. University 43
Brittany Henderson had 24 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists to lead host Fairfax (19-3, 8-0).

Westchester 61, Venice 49
Romeka Randolph had 15 points and nine rebounds and Michaun Barner had 10 points and nine rebounds for visiting Westchester (11-6, 7-1).

Thursday, Feb. 5

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

L.A. CES 70, King-Drew 63 (OT)
Alexis Fields had 29 points and 20 rebounds and Lauren Halsey scored 25 points for host L.A. CES (10-4, 7-1). Ashley Moody had 18 points, six steals and nine rebounds to lead King-Drew (15-3, 8-1).

Middle College 58, Foshay 48
Tiffany Cassanova and Vanessa Ynestroza each scored 19 points to lead Middle College (6-4, 6-3). Deonna Audrey scored 24 points for host Foshay (1-9, 1-8).

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Bravo 53, Sherman Oaks CES 16
Jolene Quinones scored 14 points to lead host Bravo (12-3, 8-0). Sherman Oaks CES is 2-6 in league.

USC-MaST 37, Downtown Magnets 24
Ennisha Kyles had 26 points and 22 rebounds to lead visiting USC-MaST (5-6, 4-4).

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Franklin 31, Eagle Rock 27
Host Franklin improves to 5-4 in league.

Wednesday, Feb. 4

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Crenshaw 65, Jefferson 45
Brittany Shepherd scored 32 points for visiting No. 24 Crenshaw (21-1, 7-0), which won its 20th straight game.

Dorsey 71, Manual Arts 69
Tiesha Hughes scored 24 points, including five three-pointers and two free throws with 2.2 seconds remaining, to lift visiting Dorsey (14-8, 5-2). Genee Bailey added 22 points for Dorsey.

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

King-Drew 80, Elizabeth 49
Marcus Rogers had 17 points and nine rebounds, Demetrius Turner added 15 points and freshman Aaron Jennings scored 12 points for host King-Drew (11-8, 8-0). Elizabeth is 2-6 in league.

EASTERN LEAGUE

L.A. Jordan 70, Bell 32
Kiesha Davis had 28 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals and Arielle McClellan added 13 points and six assists for Jordan (16-3, 7-0), which led, 35-14, at halftime. Amy Gutierrez scored 17 points to lead host Bell (2-15, 1-6).

L.A. Marshall 43, Eagle Rock 26
Lauren Foster had 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead Marshall (11-12, 7-2). Kurra Frazier-Curtis scored 10 points for host Eagle Rock (4-9, 3-6).

Roosevelt 50, Huntington Park 38
Eva Hernandez had 13 points and five steals to lead host Roosevelt (17-5, 6-1). Huntington Park is 0-7 in league.

South Gate 40, Garfield 36
Amelia Perez had 18 points for visiting South Gate (5-9, 3-4). Garfield is 4-3 in league.

MARINE LEAGUE

Narbonne 75, Carson 51
Camille LeNoir had 19 points for host No. 16 Narbonne (12-8, 7-0).

Washington 47, Wilmington Banning 41
Johnisha Rice had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead visiting Washington (9-8, 3-4).

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 69, L.A. Wilson 39
Deshawna Banks had 25 points and Ebony White added 22 points, six assists and six steals to lead host Los Angeles (19-4, 9-0).

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

North Hollywood 66, Verdugo Hills 33
Marsha Clever had 19 points to lead visitng North Hollywood (6-11, 5-2) past Verdugo Hills (0-7 in league).

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Monroe 72, San Fernando 45
Raven Williams had 14 points, 12 rebounds, seven steals and five assists to lead host Monroe (14-4, 6-1) past San Fernando.

WESTERN LEAGUE

Fairfax 51, LA Hamilton 25
Chari Smith and Brittany Henderson each scored 14 points to lead visiting Fairfax (18-3, 7-0).

Venice 64, L.A. University 51
Ivory Blockmon had 21 points and 14 rebounds and Erin Morioka added 20 points to lead host Venice (11-11, 3-4). Alicia Hooker scored 14 points for L.A. University (9-9, 1-5).

Westchester 70, Palisades 28
Tierra McCain scored 18 points for host Westchester (10-6, 6-1), which led, 36-11, at halftime. Romeka Randolph added 15 points for the defending league champion Comets. Marisela Dominguez scored 10 points for Palisades.

Tuesday, Feb. 3

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

Middle College 83, Marlton 25
Tiffany Cassanova and Brittany Jennings each scored 19 points for Middle College (5-4, 5-3) at Jesse Owens Recreation Center.

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Bravo 61, USC-MaST 50
Jolene Quinones had 14 points, five rebounds and four steals and Tika Ellis added 14 points to lead Bravo. Ennisha Kyles had 37 points and 30 rebounds for host USC-MaST (4-6, 3-4).

Sherman Oaks CES 58, Downtown Business Magnet 32

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