Los Angeles Times

Southern Section

Saturday, Jan. 24

TOURNAMENTS

SWAU, Keene (Tex.)Pool Play

Shenandoah Valley Academy (Va.) 44, LA Adventist 22,

DELPHIC LEAGUE

Campbell Hall 54, Grace Bretheren 21
Claire Avila scored 16 points to lead host Campbell Hall (7-7, 3-1).

HI-LO LEAGUE

Trona 62, Baker Valley 8
Christy Franklin had 29 points, 12 steals and 11 rebounds for visiting Trona (8-3, 5-1), which led, 34-4, at halftime. Baker Valley is 2-5 overall and in league.

Lee Vining 41, Death Valley Academy 23

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Avalon 48, Buckley 31
Chelsea York had 22 points and 14 rebounds for visiting Avalon (6-8, 3-3).

MISSION LEAGUE

Harvard-Westlake 65, Chaminade 53
Yoyo Greenfield had 22 points and Stefanie Clark had 18 points, 10 rebounds and six steals for host No. 22 Harvard-Westlake (17-2, 4-0). Chaminade is 12-8, 3-1.

PREP LEAGUE

Flintridge Prep 61, Mayfield 40
Jami Quan had 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists to lead visiting Flintridge Prep (13-4, 5-1). Marissa Galaraza had 14 points for Mayfield (5-12, 3-5), which trailed, 31-11, at halftime.

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE

Orangewood Academy 43, Eastside Christian 30
Misty Mountain had 16 points to pace host Orangewood Academy (4-9, 4-1). Eastside Christian is 4-3, 2-1.

SUNSHINE LEAGUE

Bell-Jeff 51, La Salle 36
Idessa Reyes had 18 points, eight rebounds and eight assists to lead host Bell-Jeff (16-3, 7-1). Andrea Morgan added eight points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks for the Guards.

Marlborough 40, Immaculate Heart 17
Abi Olajuwon had 10 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals to lead host Marlborough (17-1, 6-0), ranked No. 22 by The Times.

NONLEAGUE

Bishop Montgomery 46, Capistrano Valley 36
Bishop Montgomery (14-6), ranked No. 21, overcame an early deficit with an 18-4 run in the second quarter to win for the ninth time in 10 games as Roney Friend scored 13 points and Nykia Peace and Whitney Warren had 10 each. Heather Habekost scored eight for Capistrano Valley (13-8).
--Martin Henderson

Brea Olinda 57, Orange Lutheran 42
Lauren Pedersen had 17 points and five steals and Carrie Noyes added 14 points, eight rebounds and three steals to lead host No. 3-ranked Brea Olinda (15-4). Orange Lutheran is 14-6.

Burbank Burroughs 55, Glendale 42
Janette Galindo scored 17 points to lead host Burbank Burroughs (9-13, 2-3).

Calabasas 44, La Reina 35
Antonia Zeigler had 11 points to lead Calabasas (8-11) in a nonleague game at La Reina. Liz Zabel had eight points and Megan Chipinka had seven points and 17 rebounds for La Reina (5-10).

Eisenhower 60, Ramona 51
Mallory Avila scored 15 points and April Hawthorne had 14 points for Eisenhower 15-6), which broke open a 40-40 game with a 9-0 run early in the fourth quarter. Danielle Smith scored 31 for Ramona (13-7).
--Martin Henderson

Holy Family 32, Moreno Valley 24
Melanie Figueroa had 12 points and 24 rebounds and Jennifer Viray had 10 to lead Holy Family (5-11). Victoria Lee led Moreno Valley with 10 points.
--Martin Henderson

Keppel 57, Ayala 47
The score was tied in the fourth quarter, 46-46, when Ayala's Britney Weber was hit with a technical foul for throwing an elbow, and Keppel turned it into a five-point swing as Krista Arase converted two free throws and Lisa Yamasaki made a three-pointer on the possession. Yamasaki finished with 15 point, and Paola Gupilan and Arase had 13 apiece for Keppel (14-7). Ayala (10-9) got 14 points from Samantha Cardeno and 10 from Danyelle Snelgro.
--Martin Henderson

Lynwood 74, Perris 52
Sade Wileygatewood had 19 points to lead host Lynwood (15-2), the top-ranked team in the Southland by The Times.

Mater Dei 50, San Clemente 33
San Clemente, ranked No. 4 in the Southland by The Times, was beaten by No. 12 Santa Ana Mater Dei in the lone girls' game at the Nike Extravaganza at Loyola Marymount.

Mater Dei (12-8) was led by Christina Lopez with 15 points, Jen Rogers with 12 and Lauren Greer with 11. The Monarchs shot 42% from the field in the first half to open a 29-18 lead.

San Clemente (13-4) played without junior point guard Kirstin Commins, who strained her lower back in a soccer game Friday. Lindsey Pluimer led the Tritons with 19 points.
--Martin Henderson

Millikan 55, Rosary 53
The way Long Beach Millikan Coach Lorene Morgan figures it, playing in the Moore League - even as third fiddle behind Long Beach Poly and Long Beach Wilson -- gives her team a distinct advantage.

"If we can do what we need to against those teams," Morgan said, "it will carry over to almost anybody."

That was the case Saturday at the Chino Hills Ayala Extravaganza, where the Rams, ranked No. 17 by The Times, pulled out a 55-53 victory over No. 9 Fullerton Rosary.

Both teams learned Friday they were playing each other after the schedule was changed at the last minute, matching representatives from probably the Southland's two toughest leagues. Millikan (14-6) is in third place in the seven-team Moore League, and Rosary (18-4) is in first in the four-team Serra League. Each league has three teams ranked in The Times' Top 25.

Both teams were coming off emotional games, Millikan losing a six-point lead and falling to No. 5 Wilson, 59-51, and Rosary seizing control of the Serra with a 62-49 win over No. 18 Santa Margarita, the three-time defending league champion.

Cara Enright scored six of her 20 point in a 10-0 run at the end of the third quarter to give Rosary a 43-40 lead going into the fourth quarter against Millikan.

The Rams answered with the help of Cassady Moore, who had a pair of steals and scored seven of her 11 points - including a three-pointer that gave Millikan the lead for good at 47-45 - in an 11-2 run.

The Rams stretched the lead to 55-48 before Rosary rallied, but the Royals hurt themselves in the final minute, allowing 16 seconds to elapse before committing a foul to stop the clock with 21 seconds left.

Brittany Dove led Millikan with 17 points and Trevonna Canon had 12 with 12 rebounds. Desiree Ekno scored 10 for Rosary.
--Martin Henderson

Milken 62, Yeshiva 49
Sophomore Michelle Bryar had 16 points to lead host Milken (12-2).

New Roads 44, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 20
Senior guard Jasmine Redmond had 19 points, 10 rebounds and six steals and sophomore forward Cicely Preer added 19 rebounds and nine points to lead New Roads (12-3) over visiting Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (5-11).

Paraclete 60, L.A. Baptist 48
Jessica Echenique scored 23 points, including five three-pointers, to lead visiting Paraclete (9-8).

Santa Margarita 71, Lakewood Artesia 51
In a rematch of last season's Division II-A final, the No. 18 Eagles (17-5) gained a small measure of revenge as Lauren Frazee scored a season-high 24 at Ayala.
--Martin Henderson

Ventura 82, Valencia 56
Meggie Wagner had 20 points, including five three-pointers, eight assists and five steals to lead host No. 8 Ventura (18-0, 3-0), which led the entire game. Kali Bennett added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Cougars. Brittany Sansone had 18 points and eight rebounds for Valencia (15-4).

INTERSECTIONAL

Esperanza 62, Sylmar 59
Jenna Galassi not only scored a game-high 26, but held Sylmar's leading scorer, LaShay Fears, to only nine. Esperanza (14-5) outscored Sylmar (9-6) in the second quarter, 18-7, and also got 10 points apiece from Colleen Scarff and Kelli Attaway. Seyram Gbewonyo led Sylmar with 25 points.
--Martin Henderson

La Jolla Country Day 91, Chino Hills 39
Marissa Rivera scored 46 for Country Day, which is ranked No. 19 in the nation, but played without its two best players.

Riverside North 85, Bakersfield North 51
The intersectional showdown at Ayala was remarkably one-sided as No. 10 Riverside North (17-3) unleashed another outstanding defensive performance to beat three-time defending Central Section champion Bakersfield North (19-5).

Danielle Harbor scored 20 for North, Leniece Areyab 13 and Amanda Decoud 12 with seven rebounds for Riverside North.
--Martin Henderson

Friday, Jan. 22

TOURNAMENTS

SWAU, Keene (Tex.)Pool Play

LA Adventist 50, Thunderbird Academy (Az.) 9
LA Adventist 34, Mount Vernon Academy (Oh.) 26

ACADEMY LEAGUE

Bretheran Christian 43, Oxford Academy 41
Kim Kwan scored on a layup to break a 41-41 tie in the final minute. Emily Wilson had 18 for Bretheran Christian (12-8, 1-3). Sarah Schrader had 11 points to lead Oxford (6-12, 2-2).

ALMONT LEAGUE

Keppel 72, Bell Gardens 35
Lisa Yamasaki had 20 points for visiting Keppel (14-6, 4-0). Bell Gardens is 13-7, 3-1.

Montebello 58, San Gabriel 57
Michelle Yokota made a three-point shot as time expired to give Montebello (9-11, 2-2) the victory. It was the only points for Yokota, who finished with seven assists. Megan Iloff had 25 points and Samantha Herrera added 18 for Montebello. Deanna Barajas had 27 points and Linda Ly had 19 points for San Gabriel (3-13, 0-4).

ALPHA LEAGUE

Maranatha 46, Village Christian 43
Melissa Malouff had 15 points for host Maranatha (8-11, 3-1). Kristen Aguilar had 20 points for Village Christian (8-11, 1-3).

Whittier Christian 67, L.A. Baptist 52
Whittier Christian (13-7, 3-0) saw four players score in double figures -- Sachiko Wong with 17 points, Flavia Onufrei 16 points, Jamie Voudouris 15 points and Dana Niiro 12 points. LA Baptist is 9-6, 2-2

BASELINE LEAGUE

Etiwanda 71, Upland 43
Lyneeka Boyd scored 19 points and Aujanee Baldwin 16 points for Etiwanda (13-6, 4-0), which led Upland (6-13, 1-3) at halftime, 38-17.

Los Osos 53, Claremont 46
Allie Patterson had 19 points to lead visiting Los Osos (13-7, 3-1) past Claremont (11-6, 1-3).

BAY LEAGUE

Morningside 77, Mira Costa 43
Lorie Rayford had 28 points and 15 rebounds for host No. 20 Morningside (19-3, 7-0). Mira Costa is 15-7, 3-4.

North Torrance 38, Redondo 36
Melissa Nakamura hit a three pointer with 2:30 left and proved to be the game winning basket for host North Torrance (8-7, 5-3). Redondo drops to 12-9, 6-2.

BAY/OCEAN CROSSOVER

Leuzinger 62, Peninsula 44
Erica Brown led Leuzinger with 18 points. Danille Ariola had 13 points while Natalia Lyons chipped in with 12 for Peninsula. Peninsula is 8-13, 2-5 in league.

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Woodcrest Christian 67, Linfield Christian 42
Alex Wolnisty had 23 points to lead Woodcrest Christian (12-4, 3-0). Krista Rogers had 13 points to pace host Linfield Christian (9-7, 2-1).

CENTURY LEAGUE

Brea Olinda 59, Tustin 34
Lauren Pedersen had 12 points while Jeanette Pohlen added nine points, seven rebounds and three steals for Brea Olinda (14-4, 3-0). Tustin is 10-7, 0-4.

El Dorado 40, Villa Park 32
Melissa Cook had 17 points, seven assists and six steals for El Dorado (19-1, 4-0). Villa Park is 15-5, 2-2.

CHRISTIAN LEAGUE

Ontario Christian 63, Pomona Catholic 36
Stacy Nanninga had 18 points, six rebounds and four steals to lead host Ontario Christian (16-1, 4-0). Pomona Catholic is 6-10, 0-4.

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Coastal Christian 55, Maricopa 15
North County Christian 56, Santa Maria Christian 48

DE ANZA LEAGUE

Riverside Notre Dame 59, Vista Del Lago 46
Jaleesa Conner had 22 points and 22 rebounds to lead Notre Dame (10-7, 5-3). Vista Del Lago is 4-7, 4-4.

San Jacinto 47, Big Bear 41
San Jacinto improves to 3-5 in league. Host Big Bear falls to 3-12, 2-6.

Twentynine Palms 64, Yucca Valley 27
Tiare Barber had 13 points for host Twentynine Palms (15-3, 8-0). Yucca Valley is 1-12, 1-7.

DEL RIO LEAGUE

Santa Fe 52, El Rancho 32
Rachel Flores had 14 points to lead Santa Fe (15-4, 5-0), which only led 21-20 at the half and 28-27 after the third period but started the fourth with a 12-0 run to blow the game open at El Rancho (13-6, 4-1).

DELPHIC LEAGUE

Paraclete 54, Marshall 40

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Silverado 54, Barstow 50
Host Silverado improves to 12-6, 3-1. Barstow drops to 9-9, 2-2.

DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Lone Pine 54, Lucerne Valley 26
Stephanie Gilmore had 11 points for host Lone Pine (6-9, 3-1).

Silver Valley 51, Boron 35
Tesherian Ellis and Shana Neil both scored 11 points for Silver Valley (8-9, 3-0), which led 34-18 at the half. Boron is 2-2 league.

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Palm Desert 57, Palm Springs 48
Emily Lucheroth had 20 points, Chentile Goodman added 17 points and Alyssa Anderson chipped in 10 rebounds to lead Palm Desert (18-4, 7-0). Palm Springs is 10-11, 3-4 in league.

EXPRESS LEAGUE

Liberty Christian 53, Saddleback Valley Christian 15
Susan Fleming scored 23 points (including six three-pointers) for Liberty Christian (16-3, 4-0), while Alicha Wilkerson had 18 points and 14 rebounds. Saddleback Valley Christian is 2-2 in league.

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Burbank Burroughs 58, Burbank 35
Val Rico had 13 points and 15 rebounds to lead host Burbank Burroughs (8-13, 2-3). Burbank is 2-3 in league.

Hart 64, Valencia 62
Ashlee Trebilcock had a career-high 34 points, including a five-foot jump shot from the lane with five seconds to play to provide the winning margin for host Hart (19-1, 5-0). Trebilcock was eight of eight from the free-throw line. Hart trailed, 57-52, with 2:35 to play when Brit Brown ignited a rally with a basket and steal of an inbounds pass that led to another basket. Valencia is 15-3, 4-1.

Canyon Country Canyon 45, Saugus 38

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Fullerton 44, Sunny Hills 43 (OT)
Christy Figueroa led Fullerton (12-8, 3-1) with 16 points and hit a three-pointer to force overtime. Natasha Cargill scored the winning basket for Fullerton. Sunny Hills is 10-8, 1-3.

Sonora 57, Buena Park 35
Vanessa Altamirano had 21 points for Sonora (11-9, 2-2). Buena Park is 8-8, 0-4.

FRONTIER LEAGUE

Nordhoff 56, Oaks Christian 52

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 53, Rancho Alamitos 36
Liz Doyel had 14 points, Megan VanArsdale 12 points and Amanda Scott 10 points for Garden Grove (7-11, 4-2). Rancho Alamitos is 9-7, 4-2.

Westminster La Quinta 35, Bolsa Grande 31
Minh Le had 11 points and Quemille Benitez had 10 points for Westminster La Quinta (6-12, 4-2).

HI-LO LEAGUE

Immanuel Christian 40, Death Valley Academy 23
Lee Vining 55, Baker 29
Trona 55, Owens Valley 4

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Holy Martyrs 44, Viewpoint 24
Visiting Viewpoint drops to 5-10, 2-3.

LOS PADRES LEAGUE

Santa Ynez 70, Nipomo 31
Briana Gnekow had 21 points for visting Santa Ynez (18-2, 6-0).

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 54, Calabasas 32
Jasmine Jenkins had 21 points and Christina Gordon had nine points and 14 rebounds to lead visiting Agoura (7-10, 1-4) past Calabasas (7-11, 0-5).

Royal 59, Simi Valley 45
Cassie Suffolk had 19 points and six rebounds for host Royal (17-2, 5-0). Simi Valley is 15-5, 3-2.

Westlake 67, Moorpark 29
Christina Nelson had 16 points and 12 rebounds for visiting Westlake (16-4, 5-0).

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Los Altos 52, Charter Oak 42
Priscella Lara had 14 points for host Los Altos (11-7, 2-1). Charter Oak is 8-10, 2-1.

MISSION LEAGUE

Alemany 81, Flintridge Sacred Heart 34
Joy Sterling had 30 points and 13 rebounds for Alemany.

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Rosemead 42, Arroyo 35
Ashley Soto had 13 points and five blocked shots for Rosemead (14-6, 4-0). Arroyo is 11-9, 3-1.

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Duarte 51, Workman 32
Zequoia Williams had 16 points, including 12 in the final perid, to go with 11 steals, seven rebounds, and five assists to lead host Duarte (5-10, 2-4).

MOORE LEAGUE

Long Beach Poly 98, Long Beach Cabrillo 11
April Phillips had 16 points for Long Beach Poly (16-1, 6-0), with Judith Smith adding 14 points. Cabrillo is 0-6 in league.

Long Beach Wilson 55, Long Beach Jordan 26
Neka Mixon had 15 points including 13 in the first quarter for host No. 7 Long Beach Wilson (19-3, 5-1).

Millikan 75, Compton 18
Brittney Dove had 30 points for visiting No. 18 Millikan (13-6, 4-2). Compton is 0-6 in league.

MT. BALDY LEAGUE

Diamond Ranch 60, Colony 28
Diamond Ranch is 19-3, 5-0. Colony is 1-4 in league.

Don Lugo 66, Ontario 51
Latara Darrett had 26 points, 10 rebounds, nine steals and seven assists to lead visiting Don Lugo (16-5, 4-1) past Ontario (13-9, 2-3).

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Cerritos Valley Christian 56, Brentwood 46
Megan Lovingier scored 19 points and Michi Miller had 16 points to lead visiting Cerritos Valley Christian. Tanya Tsikanavsky scored 15 points to lead Brentwood (16-4, 2-1).

Downey Calvary Chapel 43, Montclair Prep 38
Noel Miller had 14 points and Rachel Butler had four points and 11 rebounds to lead visitng Downey Calvary Chapel (17-3, 2-2) past Montclair Prep (12-5, 1-2).

ORANGE LEAGUE

Savanna 36, Century 32
Maggie Shoukry scored 12 points to lead Savanna (12-9, 4-1). Crystal Beltran led Century (11-10, 3-2) with 10 points.

Western 43, Anaheim 26
Michelle Kribell had 13 points and Ashley Broughton 12 points for Western (14-3, 5-0). Anaheim is 3-15, 0-5.

PAC-FIVE LEAGUE

Righetti 62, Atascadero 54
Veronica Williams scored 22 points, including 13 points in the fourth quarter, to lead host Righetti, which is 4-2 in league. Freshman Hannah Donaghe scored 38 points, including four three-pointers, to lead Atascadero (13-4, 5-2).

San Luis Obispo 60, Paso Robles 49
Nicole Cueto had 18 points to lead host San Luis Obispo (9-10, 2-5) past Paso Robles (1-7 in league).

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Muir 58, Pasadena 15
Alana Bailey had 20 points to lead host Muir (16-5, 4-1) past Pasadena (3-2 in league). Muir held Pasadena to only one field goal in the second half.

PIONEER LEAGUE

Culver City 52, Beverly Hills 40
Alexa Price had 24 points and eight rebounds and Allison Taka had 12 points, eight rebounds and five assists to lead host Culver City (9-5, 5-2) past Beverly Hills (4-10, 2-5).

Palos Verdes 70, Lawndale 20
Palos Verdes (12-8, 6-1) was led by Mollie Pfohl with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Peaches Mendoza, Brooke Lyons and Emily Poplawski all added 10 points for Palos Verdes. Tunisha Barnes finished with eight points for Lawndale.

West Torrance 58, Hawthorne 37
Lindsey Nitake had 12 points, four steals and four assists for host West Torrance (12-7, 7-0). Caschet Johnson had 18 points for Hawthorne (3-8, 3-4).

PREP LEAGUE

Pasadena Poly 41, Chadwick 36
Lauren Broudy had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Pasadena Poly (3-15, 2-5).

Rio Hondo Prep 54, Mayfield 45
Monica Bojorquez had 15 points, Courtney Corder had 13 points, 13 rebounds and nine steals and Courtney Gagmon had 12 points for host Rio Hondo Prep (9-4, 3-3). Mayfield is 2-4 in league.

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

La Canada 57, Monrovia 41
Kasey Hurlbutt had 21 points for La Canada (16-4, 5-0). Shannon Gholar had 16 points for host Monrovia (11-10, 4-1).

San Marino 43, Blair 31
San Marino is 11-8, 2-3 in league. Blair is 4-15, 1-4 in league.

Temple City 46, South Pasadena 31
Alin Dimitian had 15 points and six steals to lead host Temple City (7-7, 3-2) past South Pasadena ( 0-5 in league).

SAN GABRIEL LEAGUE

Cerritos Gahr 44, Paramount 43
Marisol Zepeda hit a game-winning three-pointer with two seconds remaining to lift Gahr. Zepeda finished with 20 points for the Gladiators (6-9, 2-3).

Lynwood 94, Downey 30
Sade Wiley-Gatewood had 16 points and ten assists to lead host Lynwood (14-2, 3-0).

SIERRA LEAGUE

Ayala 49, St. Lucy's 41
Samantha Bardeno had 15 points for host Ayala (11-9, 4-1). Andrea Johnson had 15 points for St. Lucy's (2-3 in league).

Diamond Bar 35, Chino 30
Lauren Kitaguchi had 20 points to lead host Diamond Bar (11-10, 5-0) which led 16-15 at the half.

Glendora 63, Chino Hills 48
Leslie Elrod scored 20 points and Nicole Russell added 13 points to lead host Glendora (10-10, 1-4). Chino Hills is 1-4 in league.

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Capistrano Valley 55, Mission Viejo 35
Devin Lewis scored 13 points to lead host Capistrano Valley (12-6, 3-1). Mission Viejo is 12-7, 1-2.

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Murrieta Valley 52, Temescal Canyon 40
Jacqulene Woodward had 11 points and eight rebounds and Vanessa Esparza had 11 points, four assists, three steals and five rebounds for visiting Murrieta Valley (11-9, 1-2). Temescal Canyon drops to 10-10, 1-2.

Temecula Valley 61, Rancho Verde 51
Jessie Thompson led No. 17 Temecula Valley (16-4, 4-0) with 18 points, while Kelly Vaughan added 13 points and Amanda Afaese and Jessica Kaller tallied 11 points each. Temecula Valley went on a 15-4 run to close out the game. Amber Cox had 22 points for Rancho Verde (17-4, 2-1).

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Glenn 42, Norwalk 29
Natasha Lobendahn had 22 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks to lead visitng Glenn (14-6, 4-2) past Norwalk (0-6 in league).

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Perris 107, Hemet 39
Brandie McCann scored 36 points, including five three-pointers, and Tay Hester had 28 points and 17 rebounds for host Perris (13-6, 3-0), which led, 74-20, at halftime. Hemet is 0-3 in league.

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Baldwin Park 62, Pomona 38
Kayelani Martinez and Marizela Gamboa each scored 18 points to lead host Baldwin Park (6-8, 2-2). Michelle Madison had 14 points and nine rebounds for Pomona (4-12, 0-4).

San Dimas 56, Northview 50
Kaitlyn Trotter led San Dimas (17-4, 4-0) with 20 points and seven rebounds, while Azalea Donche added 13 points and Ashley Trotter 11 points and seven rebounds. Alex Contreas had 21 points for Northview (2-2 in league).

NONLEAGUE

Hesperia 85, Victor Valley 35
Kinyada Johnson had 20 points and Brittney Waddell had 19 points, 15 rebounds and five steals for host Hesperia (17-1). Victor Valley is 5-10.

Pacific Hills 60, Crossroads 8
J.J. Magbanua had 12 points for visiting Pacific Hills (14-6). Crossroads is 0-20.

Saddleback 55, Cathedral City 47
Tanisha Lewis had 23 points to lead Saddleback (14-4, 4-1). Nondi Johnson had 17 points for host Cathedral City (12-6, 5-1).

Thursday, Jan. 22

TOURNAMENTS

SWAU, Keene (Tex.)Pool Play

LA Adventist 39, CAYA (Tn.) 38
LA Adventist 38, Forest Lake Academy (Orlando, FL) 33

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Cantwell Sacred Heart 77, St. Matthias 35
Gloria Ortiz led visiting Cantwell Sacred Heart (14-6, 3-1) with 14 points. St. Matthias dropped to 0-4 in league.

Gardena Serra 55, St. Anthony 15
Porsche Kirksey had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Brittni Harding added 10 points, eight rebounds, five steals and four assists for visiting Gardena Serra (12-8, 4-0).

St. Monica 57, Mary Star 38
Kalia Williams had 15 points and 15 rebounds to lead visiting St. Monica (10-8, 2-1). Mary Star drops to 0-4 in league.

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Ventura 48, Buena 38
Caitlin O'Neill had 17 points, including five three-pointers, and Kali Bennett had 14 points and 11 rebounds for host No. 8 Ventura (17-0, 3-0). Buena is 12-6, 1-2.

DEL REY LEAGUE

Bishop Montgomery 52, Bishop Amat 47
Bishop Montgomery may have lost two-time Times' player of the year Noelle Quinn to graduation, but Nykia Peace stepped up Thursday as the go-to player to lead the No. 23 Knights to a 52-47 Del Rey League victory over No. 6 La Puente Bishop Amat.

Peace scored 22 and had six assists and four steals. She scored five points in a 15-0 run in the second and third quarters that gave four-time defending league champion Bishop Montgomery (13-6, 3-0) a 32-19 lead.

Bishop Amat came back, pulling to 41-41 a minute into the fourth quarter behind Erin Myrick and Jessica Carrera. Tied at 43 apiece, Bishop Montgomery's Roney Friend scored from 15 feet, and Peace went coast-to-coast and also scored, from 17 feet, for an insurmountable 49-45 lead with 2:27 minutes to go.

"We missed too many opportunities inside, but Peace stepped up to win the game," said Richard Wiard whose team dropped to 18-3, 2-1. "She made the shot or the she created the pass."
--Martin Henderson

St. Paul 49, St. Bernard 40
Kim Ramirez scored 19 points to lead host St. Paul (15-7, 2-2). Jamie Legaux led St. Bernard (3-10, 0-3) with 14 points.

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Palmdale 60, Quartz Hill 27
Brittney Blankenship had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Jennifer Lee added 11 points, including three three-pointers, to lead host Palmdale (14-7, 5-0) over Quartz Hill (1-4 in league).

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Saddleback 59, Santa Ana 33

HARBOR LEAGUE

Rolling Hills Prep 48, Ribet Academy 35
Jasmine Watts had 16 points and eight rebounds to lead visiting Rolling Hills Prep (6-1, 2-1). Mia Carroll had a game-high 27 points for Ribet Academy (8-5, 2-2).

HERITAGE LEAGUE

Milken 43, L.A. Lutheran 21
Michelle Bryar scored 14, Ashely Finkel had 13 points and Tiffany Ghodsian added 12 points to lead host Milken (11-2, 4-1). L.A. Lutheran is 9-4, 2-3.

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 42, Pilgrim 25
Santa Clarita Christian 31, Faith Baptist 24

HORIZON LEAGUE

San Gabriel Mission 51, Holy Family 37
Stephanie Lechuga had 20 points and 10 rebounds for visiting San Gabriel Mission (11-6, 5-1). Holy Family is 1-4 in league.

St. Genevieve 48, Bishop Conaty 43 (OT)
Lili Mercado had 17 points and five steals for visiting St. Genevieve (8-6, 5-1). Alyssa Rosca of St. Genevieve hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer at the end of regulation to tie the score at 40 and send the game into overtime. Bishop Conaty is 2-4 in league.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Mesrobian 46, Delphi Academy 28
Visiting Mesrobian improves to 2-2, 2-0. Delphi Academy is 0-7, 0-2.

IVY LEAGUE

Canyon Springs 94, Moreno Valley 23
Brandi Jones-Fitzgerald had 19 points and Ebony Ward added 16 points and five steals to lead No. 16 Canyon Springs (16-3, 4-0) over visiting Moreno Valley (0-4 in league).

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Corona Del Mar 35, Northwood 33
Corona Del Mar improves to 7-11, 2-3. Visiting Northwood falls to 3-2 in league.

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 69, Tesoro 64 (OT)
Chelsea Deluca had 27 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and seven steals, Shauna Ricker tallied 16 points and 10 rebounds and Bethany Hurst added 11 points and 18 rebounds for visitng Santa Ana Calvary Chapel (8-12, 2-3). Katelyn Holmes had 16 points and Amanda Boughton had 14 points for Tesoro (8-13, 2-3).

PREP LEAGUE

Rio Hondo Prep 52, Chadwick 35
Denise Heady had 26 points and Courtney Corder added six points and 18 rebounds for host Rio Hondo Prep (8-4, 2-2). Chadwick is 2-4 in league.

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Cajon 48, Yucaipa 20
Shannee Green had 15 points for visiting Cajon (19-1, 6-0), which registered its 16th straight win. Yucaipa is 10-10, 4-2.

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Woodbridge 64, Newport Harbor 35
Jacqueline Erickson had 16 points to lead visiting Woodbridge (15-5, 5-0). Newport Harbor is 3-2 in league.

SERRA LEAGUE

Mater Dei 71, Lakewood St. Joseph 36
Jen Rogers had 18 points and nine rebounds and Lauren Greer chipped in 14 points to lead visiting No. 12 Mater Dei (11-8, 2-1). St. Joseph is 5-12, 0-3.

Rosary 62, Santa Margarita 49
Cara Enright scored 21 and Desiree Ekno added 19 points and 15 rebounds to lead visiting No. 10 Rosary over No. 14 Santa Margarita.

SUNKIST LEAGUE

King 38, Rubidoux 35
Senior guard Nicole Gutteriez had 18 points to lead visiting King (8-10, 4-0). Rubidoux is 3-1 in league.

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 63, Huntington Beach 26
Valerie Katayama had 16 points and Wahine Kepilino scored 12 to lead host Edison (13-7, 5-0). Huntington Beach is 5-14, 0-4.

Esperanza 66, Fountain Valley 35
Jenna Galassi had 19 points and seven rebounds and Melissa Felbab added 15 points and six rebounds to lead host Esperanza (13-5, 3-1). Fountain Valley is 14-8, 2-3.

Marina 50, Los Alamitos 27Kelly Prince had 12 points to lead host Marina (8-12, 3-2). Los Alamitos is 8-9, 1-3.

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Carpinteria 41, Bishop Diego 39
Hannah Bowman made a three-point basket at the buzzer and finished with 20 points to lift host Carpinteria (11-6, 3-1). Bishop Diego is 6-12, 0-4.

Oak Park 74, La Reina 34
Emily Medders had 18 points and Shir Raanen added 17 points to lead Oak Park (4-0 in league). Jaelyne Loft had 12 points and five rebounds for host La Reina (5-9, 2-2).

VICTORY LEAGUE

Redlands Adventist Academy 72, Bloomington Christian 16
Becky Breyer scored a career-high 35 points and had 18 steals and 10 assists to lead host Redlands Adventist Academy (10-4, 3-1). Bloomington Christian is 1-15, 0-4.

Wednesday, Jan. 21

ALPHA LEAGUE

Village Christian 53, Crossroads 27
Sarah Bibelheimer had 12 points and 16 rebounds and Kirsten Aguilar added nine points and 10 steals to lead Village Christian (7-10, 1-1) over visiting Crossroads (1-16, 0-4).

BAY LEAGUE

Morningside 71, North Torrance 49
Lorie Rayford had 24 points and 15 rebounds for visiting No. 20 Morningside (18-3, 6-0). North Torrance is 7-7, 4-3.

BAY/OCEAN LEAGUE CROSSOVER

Redondo 46, South Torrance 29
Courtney Price had 13 points for visiting Redondo (12-8, 6-1). South Torrance is 10-8, 2-4.

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 46, Los Amigos 33
Liz Doyel made three three-pointers and finished with 17 points to lead host Garden Grove (6-11, 3-2). Los Amigos is 0-5 in league.

Westminster La Quinta 42, Garden Grove Santiago 41
Quemille Benitez hit the game-winning free throw with six seconds left and forced a turnover with four seconds remaining to secure the victory for Westminster La Quinta (5-12, 3-2). Benitez finished with 17 points. Trinity Doan had 20 points for host Garden Grove Santiago.

HARBOR LEAGUE

New Roads 85, Price 24
Jasmine Redmond had 27 points, 10 steals and five assists, Desiree Davis had 17 points and six assists and Cicely Preer added 17 points and 10 rebounds for visiting New Roads (10-3, 4-0).

LOS PADRES LEAGUE

Santa Maria 67, Santa Maria St. Joseph 44
Brittoni DeWitt had 23 points and 16 rebounds for visiting Santa Maria (11-6, 4-1). Santa Maria St. Joseph is 6-10, 2-3.

Santa Ynez 57, Morro Bay 50
Lindsay Demery had 26 points for visiting Santa Ynez (17-2, 5-0). Morro Bay is 4-2 in league.

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Arroyo 49, Gabrielino 29
Liezl Sarte had 15 points for visiting Arroyo (11-8, 3-0). Gabrielino is 1-8, 0-3.

Rosemead 75, Mountain View 28
Ashley Soto had 20 points and eight steals and Andria Acevedo also scored 20 points for host Rosemead (13-6, 3-0). Mountain View is 3-11, 0-3.

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Azusa 57, Duarte 45
Lasandra Dixon had 19 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists to lead visiting Azusa (14-5, 5-1). Duarte is 1-4 in league.

MOORE LEAGUE

Long Beach Poly 85, Lakewood 13
Freshman Candace Nichols had 12 points for host No. 2-ranked Long Beach Poly (15-1, 5-0). Lakewood is 5-11, 3-3.

Long Beach Wilson 59, Millikan 51
Sierra Moore had 26 points to lead visiting No. 7 Long Beach Wilson (18-3, 4-1) over No. 18 Millikan (12-6, 3-2).

MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE

Norco 66, Jurupa Valley 45
Erika Arriaran had 27 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists to lead host No. 15 Norco (15-3, 3-0). Jurupa Valley is 13-7, 2-1.

PIONEER LEAGUE

Culver City 50, Hawthorne 36
Alexa Price had 16 points for visiting Culver City (8-5, 4-2).

West Torrance 48, Palos Verdes 30
Kari Kaiyokane had 14 points to lead host West Torrance (11-7, 6-0) past Palos Verdes (11-8, 5-1).

PREP LEAGUE

Westridge 50, Pasadena Poly 27
Maddie Weissman had 24 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks to lead host Westridge (10-1, 7-0) over Pasadena Poly (2-14, 1-5).

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

La Canada 50, San Marino 35
La Canada improves to 15-5, 4-0. Host San Marino drops to 10-8, 1-3.

Monrovia 47, Temple City 43
Shannon Gholar had 24 points and Shateah West had 12 points and 13 rebounds for host Monrovia (11-9, 4-0). Temple City is 6-7, 2-2.

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Lynwood 89, Gahr 30
Brandi Kimble had 25 points to lead visiting No. 1 Lynwood (12-2, 3-0).

SIERRA LEAGUE

Chino Hills 42, Chino 36
Courtney Smith had 15 points and 12 rebounds, Lauren Carroll added 10 points and Mary-Katheryn Gottbrecht scored nine, six in the final quarter, for host Chino Hills (9-10, 1-3). Janie Bos had 18 points for Chino.

Diamond Bar 51, Ayala 50
Lauren Kitaguchi had 16 points for host Diamond Bar (10-10, 4-0). Ayala is 10-9, 3-1.

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Temecula Valley 70, Murrieta Valley 56
Jessica Kaller made five three-pointers and finished with 19 points and eight rebounds for visiting No. 17 Temecula Valley (15-4, 3-0). Murrieta Valley is 10-9, 0-2.

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Covina 60, Pomona 43
Valarie Castellon, Nena Nbubaku, and Blaire Egardo each scored 14 points to lead host Covina. Michelle Madison had 16 points for Pomona (4-10, 0-3).

San Dimas 55, Baldwin Park 46
Ashley Trotter had 20 points, 12 rebounds and six assists to lead San Dimas (16-4, 3-0). Baldwin Park is 1-2 in league.

NONLEAGUE

AGBU 48, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 4
Annie Kahwajian had 17 points, 17 rebounds, six blocks and five steals for host AGBU (9-4). All four of Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian points came in the fourth quarter.

Bonita 52, Walnut 41
Carly Horine had 13 points and four assists to lead host Bonita (14-5). Walnut drops to 10-7.

Rancho Verde 62, Perris 59
Tainoisouti Lott had 16 points and NaChelle Catron added 14 points to lead Rancho Verde (17-3). Tay Tay Hester made nine of nine free throws en route to 31 points and Brandie McCann made five three-pointers and finished with 19 points for host Perris (12-6).

Excelsior 44, Peace in the Valley 15

Tuesday, Jan. 20

AGAPE LEAGUE

Apple Valley Christian 70, Bethel Christian 17
Hesperia Christian 49, Joshua Springs 45
Victor Valley Christian 68, Antelope Valley Christian 23

ALMONT LEAGUE

Bell Gardens 53, San Gabriel 45
Jessica Hopkins had 14 points and seven assists to lead Bell Gardens (13-6, 3-0). Linda Ly had 25 points for host San Gabriel (3-12, 0-3).

Keppel 68, Schurr 33
Paola Gupilan had 22 points to lead host Keppel (13-7, 3-0).

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Linfield Christian 44, Academy for Academic Excellence 23
Kaitra Sbriagia had 15 points to lead host Linfield Christian (9-6, 2-0). Academy for Academic Excellence is 9-7, 0-3.

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Cantwell-Sacred Heart 55, St. Anthony 23
Jackie Vizcaino and Erica Saminiego each had nine points for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (12-6, 2-1). St. Anthony is 11-9, 1-2.

CENTURY LEAGUE

Brea Olinda 79, Anaheim Canyon 41
Lauren Pedersen made four three-pointers and finished with 27 points and five assists, Carrie Noyes scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Natalie Thune added 11 assists to lead visiting No. 4 Brea Olinda (13-4, 3-0). Canyon is 14-4, 1-2.

El Dorado 60, Tustin 46
Melissa Cook had 24 points, eight rebounds and five assists for visiting El Dorado (18-1, 3-0).

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Eisenhower 60, Rialto 32
Eisenhower improves to 13-6, 3-0. Visiting Rialto falls to 2-16, 0-3.

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Coastal Christian 42, Shandon 32
North County Christian 82, Cuyama Valley 14

DE ANZA LEAGUE

Twentynine Palms 80, San Jacinto 25
Elizabeth Luke had 14 points to lead four players who scored in double figures for host Twentynine Palms (14-3, 7-0).

Vista Del Lago 51, Big Bear 36
Host Big Bear falls to 3-11, 2-5.

DELPHIC LEAGUE

Paraclete 61, Scott Academy 48
Karina Worden had 25 points for host Paraclete (7-8, 3-0) over visiting Scott Academy (8-7, 0-2).

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Barstow 45, Ridgecrest Burroughs 43
Adrienne Himes scored 22 to lead host Barstow (2-1 in league). Ashley D'Andrande had 16 points for Burroughs (2-1 in league).

Silverado 83, Victor Valley 48
Yolanda Williams had 22 points and 24 rebounds to lead visiting Silverado (11-6, 2-1).

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Cathedral City 51, Palm Springs 48
Nondi Johnson had 16 points and 18 rebounds to lead Cathedral City (12-5, 5-1) past host Palm Springs (2-3 in league).

Palm Desert 45, La Quinta 43
Chentile Goodman had 20 points, five rebounds and five steals and Emily Luckeroth scored 14, including four three-pointers, for visiting Palm Desert (17-4, 6-0). La Quinta is 4-2 in league.

EL CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Gardena Serra 58, Mary Star 25
Porsche Kirksey had 15 points and nine rebounds and Kathy Pope added 10 points and seven assists to lead host Gardena Serra (11-8, 3-0). Tyshae Walton had 20 points for Mary Star (1-2 in league)

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Orange Lutheran 58, Loara 12

EXPRESS LEAGUE

Liberty Christian 49, Fairmont Prep 34
Alicha Wilkerson had 14 points to lead host Liberty Christian (15-3, 3-0). Fairmont Prep is 8-9, 3-1.

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Hart 72, Saugus 31
Ashlee Trebilcock had 21 points to lead visiting No. 9 Hart (18-1, 4-0). Saugus is 0-4 in league.

Valencia 68, Burbank Burroughs 37
Kelley Tarver had 23 points and 10 rebounds for host Valencia (15-2, 4-0).

Burbank 42, Canyon Country Canyon 27

FRONTIER LEAGUE

Nordhoff 74, Santa Paula 51
Rebecca Kolbeck had 23 points and Tahnie Benitez added 20 points for visiting Nordhoff (14-6, 3-0). Santa Paula is 8-10, 1-2.

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Littlerock 52, Highland 22

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Ocean View 56, Santa Ana 36
Vanessa Alderfer and Akiah Hunter had 11 points apiece for host Ocean View (14-2, 5-0). Chris Richards had 17 points for Santa Ana (6-12, 1-3).

HARBOR LEAGUE

Ribet Academy 75, Price 16
Mia Carroll had 29 points, eight assists and five rebounds to lead host Ribet Academy (8-4, 3-1).

HERITAGE L.EAGUE

Pilgrim 35, Faith Baptist 34
Caroline Valmont had 25 points and 16 rebounds for host Pilgrim (2-7, 1-3). Faith Baptist is 0-4 in league.

Santa Clarita Christian 55, Milken 37
Micaela Sulham had 22 points and 10 rebounds and Stacy Odorizzi added 21 points and 12 rebounds for host Santa Clarita Christian (10-6, 4-0).

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 43, L.A. Lutheran 34

HI-LO LEAGUE

Baker 37, Death Valley Academy 33

HORIZON LEAGUE

Sacred Heart of Jesus 54, Holy Family 42
Michelle Anaco had 14 points for visiting Holy Family (4-10, 1-4).

IVY LEAGUE

Canyon Springs 57, Riverside Poly 50
Jennifer Risper scored 23 points and Brandi Jones-Fitzgerald had 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead host No. 16 Canyon Springs (15-3, 3-0) Nicole Davis had 23 points for No. 25 Riverside Poly (13-5, 1-2).

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Buckley 60, Yeshiva 43
Beau Dunn scored 18, Kiki Harris had 12 points and Kendra Cowans added 15 points to lead visiting Buckley (5-10, 2-3).

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Hesperia 56, Sultana 45
Tarina Hodges had 20 points and Kinyada Johnson added 17 points to lead Hesperia (16-1, 4-0) against visiting Sultana (11-5, 1-2).

Serrano 49, Rim of the World 36

ORANGE LEAGUE

Century 54, Magnolia 42
Crystal Beltran had 14 points for host Century (11-9, 3-1). Magnolia is 3-14, 1-3.

Savanna 50, Anaheim 27
Krista Vetter had 16 points and Maggie Shoukry scored 12 for visiting Savanna (11-9, 3-1). Anaheim is 3-12, 0-4.

Western 40, Santa Ana Valley 29
Michelle Kribell had 13 points for visiting Western (13-3, 4-0). Santa Ana Valley is 6-13, 1-3.

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Crescenta Valley 58, Pasadena 32
Jeanine Deno had 26 points, including three three-pointers, to lead host Crescenta Valley (15-5, 4-0). Brittany Spears had 12 points for Pasadena (3-1 in league).

Muir 52, Hoover 19
Porsha Large had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead host No. 19 Muir (14-5, 3-1). Hoover is 1-3 in league.

Arcadia 54, Glendale 47

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 57, Corona del Mar 46
Chelsea Deluca had 22 points and eight rebounds and Bethany Hurst added 12 points and 13 rebounds for host Santa Ana Calvary Chapel (7-12, 1-3). Corona del Mar is 7-11, 1-3.

PREP LEAGUE

Westridge 53, Chadwick 33
Mollie White had 20 points and Maddie Weissman added 18 points to lead host Westridge (9-1, 6-0) over Chadwick (5-9, 2-3).

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Cajon 72, San Gorgonio 34
Shannee Green had 16 points and 11 rebounds and was one of five players to score in double figures for visiting Cajon (18-1, 5-0), their 15th victory in a row. San Gorgonio is 1-3 in league.

San Bernardino 72, Colton 28
Sophomore Katrece Mattier had 24 points, including four three-point baskets, and Unique Bennett scored 16 to lead San Bernardino (9-12, 4-1). Yodi Woldemarium led visiting Colton (3-16, 0-5) with 11 points.

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE

Orangewood Academy 44, Southlands Christian 26
Alyssa Arriola had 21 points for host Orangewood (3-9, 3-1). Southlands Christian is 4-4, 2-2.

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Aliso Niguel 54, Irvine 38
Allison Scurich had 22 points and Heidi Larson chipped in 10 points for host Aliso Niguel (7-11, 2-2). Irvine is 1-3 in league.

Woodbridge 34, Foothill 20
Bridgette Reyes had 12 points to lead host Woodbridge (14-5, 4-0). Foothill is 12-7, 2-2.

SUNKIST LEAGUE

King 58, Kaiser 44
Senior guard Nicole Gutteriez had 29 points to lead host King (7-10, 3-0) over Kaiser (1-2 in league).

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 42, Fountain Valley 34
Rebecca Kepilino had 17 points and Valerie Katayama scored 13 for visiting Edison (12-7, 4-0). Fountain Valley is 14-7, 2-2.

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

St. Bonaventure 54, Carpenteria 40
Cassandra Durazo had 17 points for host St. Bonaventure (7-12, 2-1), which held Carpenteria to only one field goal in the first half. Hannah Bowman had 16 points, shooting 12 of 12 from the free throw line, for Carpenteria (11-6, 2-1).

VALLEY LEAGUE

Pilibos 44, AGBU 35
Arlette Vartanian had 30 points for visiting Pilibos. AGBU is 8-4, 2-1.

NONLEAGUE

Hacienda Heights Wilson 42, Whittier Christian 34
Amy Lee had 17 points to lead host Wilson (8-9).

Rolling Hills Prep 47, Holy Martyrs 32
Jasmine Watts had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Rolling Hills Prep (5-1, 1-1).

Apple Valley 57, Granite Hills 30

Monday, Jan. 19

NONLEAGUE

Arcadia 60, Arroyo 44
Chantal Picard had 20 points for Arcadia (10-6) at Pasadena City College. Dianna Moreno had 18 points and sevens rebounds for Arroyo (10-8).

Bishop Montgomery 52, Pasadena 25
Nykia Peace had 23 points, five steals, four rebounds and three assists to lead visiting Bishop Montgomery (12-6, 2-0).

Etiwanda 53, Apple Valley 45
Lyneeka Boyd had 30 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists and Aujanee Baldwin had 16 points and nine assists to lead Etiwanda (13-6). Katie Appleton had 13 points for Apple Valley.

Gahr 57, Lakewood St. Joseph 42
Shannon Austin had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Gahr (5-10, 1-3).

Ontario 56, Los Osos 53
Candace Shivers had 17 points and 17 rebounds and Yatchika Johnson had 19 points for Ontario (13-8). The game was part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Showcase at Los Osos (12-7).

Rancho Verde 46, Riverside Poly 44
Junior Tainoisouti Lott had 17 points and 18 rebounds for Rancho Verde (16-3, 2-0), which built a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter at Ramona High School. Riverside Poly (13-4, 1-1), ranked No. 25 by The Times, missed a shot at the buzzer to tie the game. Sophomore Na'chelle Catron added 15 points and 13 rebounds and junior Amber Cox contributed 13 points and 14 rebounds for the Mustangs. Nicole Davis scored 12 points and Tessa Wood had 11 points to lead Riverside Poly.

San Clemente 57, Troy 47
Feeling it needed a victory Monday to secure a top-seeded position in the Southern Section playoffs, San Clemente girls' basketball team turned in its best performance of the season with a victory over Fullerton Troy.

San Clemente (13-3), ranked fifth by The Times, snapped a 31-game winning streak by the third-ranked Warriors (17-1) dating to last season's 65-63 double-overtime loss to the Tritons. San Clemente has five consecutive victories over Troy dating to a 1999 playoff win that ended Troy's 27-game winning streak.

Lindsey Pluimer led San Clemente with 26 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots, but it was another Triton player who played a key role in the victory, according to Troy Coach Kevin Kiernan.

"Lauren Riley killed us," said Kiernan, whose team won last season's Division II state title and came into the game ranked sixth in the state, three spots ahead of San Clemente. Both were ranked No. 1 in their respective divisions in the section, San Clemente in I-A and Troy in II-AA.

Riley, a 6-foot-4 senior, scored 11 and had 10 rebounds, four assists and three blocks, doing almost all her damage in the final 4:35 of the third quarter when 6-3 Pluimer left the game in foul trouble with a 30-24 lead. The Tritons, behind Riley, held a 40-35 lead when Pluimer returned in the fourth to score 15 of her points. She scored six in an 8-0 run to open the fourth quarter.

San Clemente compensated for 24 turnovers by shooting 68.8% from the field on 22 of 32 shooting, and making 17 of 23 free throws.

"This gives us confidence going into a championship or semifinal type of game," said San Clemente Coach Mary Mulligan. "If we had lost, we'd have had four losses, and Ventura would have zero and [Newhall] Hart would have one, so I think this solidifies us as the No. 1 team in the division."

Meghan McGuire led Troy with 19 points.
--Martin Henderson

Santa Margarita 60, Ramona 49
Whitney Hollison had 15 points and 13 rebounds to pace visiting and No. 14 Santa Margarita (15-4). Ramona is 11-5.

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