Saturday, Dec. 18
Upland 51, Montebello 43
Tamesha Jackson scored 13 points and secured 10 rebounds to lead Upland (7-2) over Montebello (7-2). Megan Iloff scored 13 points to lead Montebello.
Temple City 36, Northview 22
Etiwanda 44, Pasadena
34Adrienne Domingo, Lyneeka Boyd, Aujanee Baldwin and Whitney Coleman scored 10 points each for Etiwanda (7-1). Britney Spears had 19 points for Pasadena (5-3).
Long Beach Wilson 54, Santa Fe 31
Senior guard Neka Mixon had 16 points, seven rebounds, and five assists to pace Long Beach Wilson (5-1) over Sante Fe (5-3). Junior point guard Krystal Urzua had 14 points, seven assists, and three steals for Santa Fe.
Peninsula 52, Artesia 41
Adaora Ezeani had 26 points and 15 rebounds for Peninsula (5-2).
Warren 46, Schurr 23
Ayala 73, King-Drew 36
Freshman forward Rebecca Gardner scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in an Ayala (4-1) victory over King-Drew. Ayala led 31-5 at the half.
Bishop Amat 76, Redlands 20
Kristen McCarthy had 15 points and seven rebounds and Zoi Simmons added 12 points, five assists and five steals for Bishop Amat (8-0) in a victory at Artesia.
Bishop Montgomery 54, Cerritos 25
Senior forward Whitney Warren scored 15 points in a Bishop Montgomery (3-2) win over Cerritos. Bishop Montgomery led 30-11 at the half.
Burbank 42, Burbank Burroughs 35
Louisville 58, North Hollywood 57
Mollie McIntyre, named to the all-tournament team, scored 27 points and Lindsay Gomer added 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Louisville (1-7) over North Hollywood (0-6). Louisville overcame a 10-0 start by North Hollywood.
Foothill 34, Gardena Serra 30
Brittni Harding and Elizabeth Stence each scored 11 points for Serra (6-3) in a loss to Foothill.
Valencia 56, Corona 33
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 49, Santa Ana 41
Chelsea Deluca had 27 points, including four three-pointers, and eight rebounds for Calvary Chapel (5-4). Santa Ana is 1-6.
Costa Mesa 39, Edison (B) 34
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North Torrance 54, La Serna 46
Senior guard Lindsey Kubota had 20 points, three assists and two steals for North Torrance (5-3), which led from start to finish against the previously undefeated Lancers. Kim Linn had 22 points for La Serna (8-1).
Cerritos Valley Christian
51, Gahr 38Kristel Eddington had 16 points for Valley Christian (6-3). Shannon Austin scored 16 for Gahr (4-4).
Woodbridge 56, El Dorado 49
Mishella Scott scored 18 points and Jacqueline Erickson added 13 for Woodbridge. Alyssa Harbridge had 15 points and Ally Wade added 13 for El Dorado.
Corona Santiago 39, Sunny Hills 35 (OT)
Senior forward Kristen Cabral had 13 points and 18 rebounds and Alyssa Demer added 17 points, including five three-pointers, to lead Corona Santiago (5-3) in an overtime victory over Sunny Hills (6-4). Jennifer Hamilton added 12 points for Santiago
Birmingham 66, Granada Hills 46Stasia Holden had 23 points to lead Birmingham to the title. Holden averaged 19 points and six rebounds in the three tournament games. Birmingham is 4-1.
Alverno 44, La Puente 29
St. Mathias 50, Mountain View 37
West Covina 50, Compton Centennial 23
San Gabriel 71, Workman 35
Nogales 52, L.A. CES 48
Nogales played with only six players -- four of them called up from junior varsity -- because so many regulars were out of town for Christmas vacation. Paris Dunford led the effort with 28 points and made three-of-four free throws in the final minute to seal the win. Nogales is 6-2. L.A. CES is 1-3.
Trabuco Hills 45, Orange 43
Alyson Grepo had 11 points and 11 assists and Jessica White added 11 points and 11 rebounds for Trabuco Hills (6-3).
Norco 74, Rancho Verde 36
Erika Arriaran had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for Norco (9-0), which won the tournament for the fourth consecutive year. Norco also beat Rancho Verde (5-4) in last year's title game. Priscilla Angeloni added 17 points and eight rebounds.
Los Osos 45, L.A. Jordan 37
All-tournament selection Allie Patterson had 16 points and Christina Warren had 11 points for Los Osos (5-4). Arriel McClellan had 20 points for Jordan (6-3).
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San Luis Obispo 43, Atascadero 37
Sophomore center Ashley Adams made five-of-six free throws down the stretch to help San Luis Obispo (7-2) hold off Atascadero (5-6). Adams led the Tigers with 16 points, and Hilarie Higbee had 16 points for Atascadero.
Oxnard Pacifica 53, Nipomo 13
Tournament MVP Suzie Davis had 15 points and nine rebounds and Crystal Lopez also scored 15 points for Pacifica (6-3). Nipomo is 5-3.
Simi Valley 63, Rio Mesa 44
Brittany Asplund scored 17 points and Megan Metcalf added 14 to lead Simi Valley (6-1) to victory over Rio Mesa (6-5). Wendy Garcia scored 12 points for Rio Mesa in the loss.
Temecula Valley 73, Corona Centennial 56
Tournament MVP Jessie Thompson scored 12 of her game-high 28 points and went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line as Temecula Valley (9-0) pulled away in the fourth quarter.
The Golden Bears led, 45-38, at the end of the third quarter and outscored Centennial, 26-20, in the fourth.
Jenna Sybesma had 21 for Centennial (6-2).
Ventura 55, Buena 34
Kali Bennett, named tournament MVP, scored 22 points and Caitlin Kearns scored 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Ventura (9-0) to a championship win over Buena (7-2).
Nordhoff 64, Thousand Oaks 62
Megan Swann stole the ball at midcourt with five seconds remaining and broke the other way for the go-ahead lay-up. It was Swann's only basket of the second half, but the sophomore guard finished with 16 points and 20 rebounds -- both career highs.
Her usual backcourt mate, guard Sarah Nylander, filled in at center because of injuries and scored a game-high 32 points. Katie Kevorken led Thousand Oaks with 22 points. Both teams are 4-5.
Linfield Christian 36, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 32Linfield Christian (5-3) scored the last 14 points of the game to defeat Calvary Chapel (4-4). Courney Holmes' 19 points led Linfield Christian.
Holy Martyrs 34, Avalon 28
Paramount 39, Sage Hill 33
Genesis Lewis had 12 points, six rebounds and seven steals for host Paramount (9-1), which led, 36-16, at the end of the third quarter and held on for the win. Haywood Wright had 10 points for Sage Hill (2-4).
Western 47, Westminster La Quinta 36
Lauren Kimball scored 14 points and Ashley Broughton added 12 for Western. Stephanie Ellingwood led host La Quinta (0-3) with 11, followed by Leslie Chathapasouk with 10.
Friday, Dec. 17
San Marino 33, La Canada 29
Jessica Wang led San Marino (7-4) with 15 points. Joy Lelo scored 10 points for La Canada (4-5), which outscored San Marino, 8-2, in the fourth quarter.
Etiwanda 53, Palos Verdes 24
Whitney Coleman had 11 points and Aujanee Baldwin had 10 for Etiwanda (6-1), which led, 29-9, at halftime. All 12 players scored for Etiwanda. Palos Verdes is 4-4.
Long Beach Wilson 61, San Diego Horizon Christian 40
Senior guard Neka Mixon had 18 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists and Leandra Sands added 17 points to lead Long Beach Wilson (4-1) over Horizon Christian.
Sante Fe 55, San Bernardino 51
Junior guard Krystal Urzua had 22 points and six steals for Sante Fe (5-2).
Mater Dei 52, Schurr 36
Bell Gardens 56, Glendale 48
Natasha Figueroa had 15 of her game-high 23 points in the second half, as Bell Gardens (2-6) came back from a 27-24 halftime deficit. Figueroa also had eight rebounds and seven assists, and teammate Ruby Catani added 12 points.Chelsea Rivera led Glendale with 10 points.
Estancia 54, North Hollywood 48
Estancia improves to 3-3 with a victory over North Hollywood (0-6).
Burbank 43, Louisville 22
Burbank Burroughs 46, Hoover 34
Gardena Serra 42, Tustin 41
Senior guard Brittni Harding had 14 points and six steals for Gardena Serra (6-2), which had a 26-14 second half.
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La Serna 59, Gahr 47
Senior guard Kim Linn scored 23 points, going six-for-seven from the free-throw line, to lead La Serna (8-0) over Gahr.
Newport Harbor 44, Culver City 40
Culver City (2-7) came within a basket with about a minute to play but Newport Harbor made its free throws down the stretch to hold on. Allison Taka had a game-high 22 points for Culver City.
North Torrance 49, Cerritos Valley Christian 36
Cristy Sanada had 12 points and four steals in a win for North Torrance (4-3) over Valley Christian (6-3). Kristel Eddington scored 13 points for Valley Christian.
Sunny Hills 42, El Dorado (B) 32
Kristen Cabral had 19 points, five rebound and five assists, and Alyssa Deemer had 11 points, including three three-pointers for Sunny Hills (6-3), which will play Santiago Corona for third place Saturday at 3 p.m.
Kylee Flockhart had 11 points for El Dorado B (3-5).
Huntington Beach 52, Trabuco Hills 48
Jasmine Erving had 26 points and 11 rebounds for Huntington Beach (6-1), which is headed to Saturday's tournament title game. Jessica White scored 23 points to lead Trabuco Hills (5-3).
King 44, Cathedral City 19
King is 6-3.
Norco 65, Los Osos 54
Erika Arriaran recorded a triple-double for Norco (8-0), the senior guard finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10. Los Osos is 4-4.
Rancho Verde 62, L.A. Jordan 48
Kayanna Nichols led Rancho Verde (5-3) with 22 points, including five three-pointers. Amber Cox added 14 points for the Mustangs, which led, 40-11, at halftime.
McClellan had 32 points for Jordan (7-2).
Diamond Ranch 79, Claremont 44
Senior guard Christina Smith led Diamond Ranch (9-1) with 15 points and sophomore forward Nina Earl, the tournament MVP, added 14 points, 12 rebounds, five assists, four steals and one blocked shot.
Fullerton 53, Chaffey 47
Chaffey cut a 26-18 halftime deficit down to three points with 47 seconds left before Fullerton sealed it with free throws. Fullerton is 6-2. Chaffey is 5-3.
San Dimas 52, Blair 30
Genn Bustillos had 13 points to lead San Dimas (2-8) over Blair (1-9).
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San Luis Obispo 57, San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 35
Sophomore center Ashley Adams had 24 points for San Luis Obispo (6-2). Erica Vesnauvbe had 11 points for Mission Prep.
Oxnard Pacifica 64, Bell-Jeff 31
Sophomore forward Suzie Davis scored 21 points for Pacifica (5-3). Idessa Reyas had 15 points for Bell-Jeff (2-5).
Simi Valley 46, Canyon 37
Megan Metcalf had 19 points to lead Simi Valley (5-1). Canyon fell to 6-3.
Temecula Valley 67, Perris 52
Senior guard Jessie Thompson scored 15 of her 29 points from the foul line, and senior forward Jessica Kaller had 12 points, 17 rebounds and eight assists for No. 7 Temecula Valley (8-0). Junior guard Brandie McCann and senior forward Tay Hester both had 17 points for No. 18 Perris (4-3).
Buena 50, Oxnard 32
Sophomore forward Jessica Jameson had 11 points for No. 13 Buena (7-1). Oxnard is 4-5.
Fresno Clovis West 57, Moorpark 49
Katie O'Brien had 19 points in a Clovis West (4-4) victory over Moorpark (3-6). Junior guard Paige Peterson led Moorpark with 16 points.
Harvard-Westlake 66, Nordhoff 63
Sarah Schulteis scored 20 points for Harvard-Westlake, and Sarah Nylander led Nordhoff (3-6) with 27 points.
Linfield Christian 49, Hesperia Christian 48
Courtney Holmes scored 17 points and Carly Baird secured a steal in the final seconds to preserve a win for Linfield Christian (4-3). Olivia Howard had 20 points for Hesperia Christian (3-4) in the defeat.
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Beaumont 81, Big Bear 15
Patrice Darden had 22 points and nine rebounds and Tanya Clark added 18 points to go along with her 11 rebounds and 10 steals to lead host Beaumont (6-0, 2-0) over Big Bear (3-4, 0-2).
Twentynine Palms 55, Riverside Notre Dame 37
Senior forward Simeone Baker had 24 points and 13 rebounds for host Twentynine Palms (6-2, 2-0), and junior forward Samantha Casey added 15 points and 17 rebounds.
Jalesa Conner had 18 points, including three three-pointers, for Notre Dame (1-1 in league).
Holy Martyrs 52, Avalon 27
Avalon drops to 3-3 overall and 0-1 in league.
Windward 66, Viewpoint 12
Erica Latimer had 15 points, eight steals and seven assists for visiting Windward (5-2, 2-0).
Bishop Conaty 48, Pilgrim 29
Ivy Lopez had 14 points and Carol Vazques added 13 for Bishop Conaty (4-3) in a win over Pilgrim. Bishop Conaty started the game with an 18-2 run.
Cajon 73, Bloomington 19
Jatarra Pryor had 23 points to lead host Cajon (10-2). Bloomington is 1-5.
Hacienda Heights Wilson 43, Whittier 41
Ally Hatanaka had 10 points, including the go-ahead free throws in the final minute, for Wilson (4-3). Stacy Crowther and Jamie Nakatani each scored 10 for the Wildcats. Whittier is 5-3.
South Torrance 46, Channel Islands 37
Marianne Mijares scored eight of her nine points in the fourth quarter as South Torrance battled back from a 33-32 deficit with six minutes remaining. Teammate Shannon Gutierrez also scored four of her 10 points and had three of her seven rebounds in the fourth quarter.
Bianca Williams had 11 points for South Torrance (3-3). Host Channel Islands is 3-3.
Westridge 54, St. Lucy's 45
Along with her game-best 19 points, junior forward Maddie Weissman -- at 5-foot-10 -- set a school-record with 16 blocked shots for host Westridge (6-2). Weissman also had six steals and six rebounds. Senior guard Megan Jimenez led St. Lucy's (2-6) with 11 points.
Hart 52, Sylmar 45
Ashlee Trebilcock scored 20 points, including 16 in the first half. and Taylor Lilley scored 16 for Hart (5-1) in a victory over Sylmar (3-2).
Thursday, Dec. 16
Downey 49, Capistrano Valley 47
Downey's Maltresa Neely hit a three-footer with 15 seconds left, and Capistrano missed from 15 feet at the buzzer. Neely finished with a season-high 27 points to go with 12 rebounds and seven blocks.
Dominique Kerr added 13 points and 10 rebounds. Heather Haberkost led Capistrano Valley with 19 points.
Magnolia 76, Buena Park 12
Jhakia McDonald had 13 points, 14 steals and eight assists in less than 16 minutes of play. Magnolia led, 47-6, at halftime, and played mostly reserves in second half.
Destiny Woods added 21 points and nine steals for Magnolia (5-3).
Burbank Burroughs 54, Estancia 28
Madison Chioles had 11 points to lead Burbank Burroughs over Estancia.
Bell Gardens 54, Louisville 51
Hoover 51, North Hollywood 41
Burbank 50, Glendale 47
Gardena Serra 59, Tesoro 39
Elizabeth Spence had 19 points for Gardena Serra (5-2). Nicole Von Zup had 14 points for Tesoro. Gardena Serra had a third-quarter 10-0 run.
Mission Viejo 63, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 42
Nicole Tait had 11 points for Mission Viejo, while Chelsea Deluca led Santa Ana Calvary Chapel with 24.
Tustin 54, Santa Ana 16
Foothill 59, Saddleback 34
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Cerritos Valley Christian 58, El Segundo 28
Kristel Eddington scored 15 points and Melissa Dykema had 14 for Valley Christian (6-2). Brittney Taylor had 17 points for El Segundo (3-4).
Gahr 69, Culver City 61
Amber Finley had 24 points for Gahr. Allison Taka had 21 points, including five three-pointers, for Culver City (2-6), which only had six players due to injuries from and illnesses.
North Torrance 63, Irvine 21
Sophomore guard Kaitlynn Sakurai had 13 points, four assists and six steals and senior forward Shaneill Stolden had eight points and 14 rebounds for North Torrance (3-3). North Torrance jumped out to 13-4 lead over Irvine (1-7).
El Dorado 54, Corona Santiago 52
Ally Wade had 25 points, including 10-of-12 free throws, while Jessica Case and Alysee Harbridge each added 11 for El Dorado (5-1), which trailed, 25-22, at halftime. Jennifer Hamilton and Amber Barker each had 12 points for Santiago.
Placentia Valencia 57, Costa Mesa 33
Amanda Shellhorn scored 20 points and Lindsey Grove added 17 for Valencia (5-4), which built a 37-14 halftime lead. Tracy Bjelland and Bethany Vergara each had eight points for Costa Mesa (2-7).
Liberty Christian 51, Roseville Valley Christian 30
Danielle Hawks had 19 points and seven assists for Liberty Christian (6-3). Brooke Frank led Valley Christian with 10 points.
Huntington Beach 61, Bolsa Grande 26
Jasmine Erving had 19 points and Chau Bui and Katia Hadj-Hamou had eight points each for Huntington Beach (5-1), which had four players combine for seven three-pointers.
Trabuco Hills 52, Loara (B) 23
Jessica White had 13 points and Christina Lassigne-Vargas added nine points for Trabuco Hills (5-2), which outscored Loara's junior varsity 29-10 in the first half.
L.A. Jordan 74, Rosemead 59
Raquel Washington had 37 points and 20 rebounds and Ariel McClellan chipped in 18 points and three steals for L.A. Jordan (7-1) in a victory over Rosemead.
Los Osos 57, Apple Valley 44
Leslie Collins had 13 points for Los Osos (4-3). Lisa Barnes scored 12 for Apple Valley (3-4).
Norco 76, Barstow 35
Junior guard Deanna Moreno had 15 points and Erika Arriaran had eight points and 15 assists to lead Norco (7-0) in victory over Barstow.
Rancho Verde 68, Cathedral City 13
Kayanna Nichols had 21 points and Michelle Byrd added 11 points and 10 steals to lead host Rancho Verde over Cathedral City (2-5).
Diamond Ranch 66, Chaffey 52
Sophomore forward Nina Earl led Diamond Ranch (8-1) with a career-high 33 points. The second-year starter added nine rebounds, seven steals, three assists and one blocked shot. Whitney Conerly scored 18 points for Chaffey (5-3).
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San Luis Obispo 48, Fresno Bullard 37
Annie Johnson had 18 points to lead San Luis Obispo (5-2) in a victory over Fresno Bullard (4-3).
Chaminade 56, Moorpark 46
Kelly Cochran scored 25 points and Jennifer Lee added nine points for Chaminade (5-4). Lauren Carter's 10 points led Moorpark (3-4).
Harvard-Westlake 59, Thousand Oaks 56
Jameise Rozier hit a layup to give Harvard-Westlake a comfortable four-point lead with 23 seconds left.
Ginger Schultheis led Harvard-Westlake with 15 points, followed by Nikki Sisto with 12. Kate Kevorken led Thousand Oaks (4-4) with 23 points, and Gigi Gonzalez-Aplin added 10.
Ventura 52, Oxnard 35
Keli Bennett led Ventura (8-0), ranked No. 8 by The Times, with 14 points, seven rebounds and seven blocks. Teammate Caitlin Kearns had 13 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. Awilda Hernandez had 12 points for Oxnard.
Baptist Christian 48, Linfield Christian 33
Kellie DeKiewiet had 12 points for Baptist Christian (2-4). Linfield Chrsitian is 3-3.
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Riverside Notre Dame 37, Big Bear 27
Jaleesa Conner had 23 points for Notre Dame (1-0 in league). Jessica Crider had seven points and six rebounds for Big Bear (3-3, 0-1).
Providence 64, Yeshiva 26
Vanessa Amaran had 17 points to lead Providence (4-2, 1-0) over host Yeshiva.
Marymount 39, Notre Dame Academy 36
Sophomore Amie Harris had 11 points, 15 rebounds and six blocks to lead host Marymount (7-1, 3-0) over Notre Dame Academy, which was led by Sarah Peterson's nine points.
Azusa 52, South Hills 34
Lasandra Dixon had 16 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and six steals, and Lizeth Ramirez had 13 points and Mattie Varner added 10 points for Azusa (7-1). .
Bonita 61, Ganesha 58
Junior forward Donna Pierce had 29 points and seven rebounds for visitng Bonita (7-3). Senior forward Crystal Taylor led Ganesha (4-4) with 19 points.
Brentwood 45, Windward 32
Freshman Jasmine Duckworth recorded 12 points in a win for host Brentwood (4-2), while Erica Latimer scored 11 points for Windward (4-2).
Chino Hills 72, Montclair 45
Jennifer Wong had 21 points, including five three-pointers, and Courtney Smith added 16 for Chino Hills, which extended its winning streak to five and its overall record to 9-1.
Downey Calvary Chapel 47, Glenn 41
Sisters, Rachel and Joy Butler, combined for 30 points for host Downey Calvary Chapel (4-2). Rachel, a sophomore forward, had 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Joy, a senior guard, scored 14 points with five assists and five steals. Glenn fell to 7-3.
Flintridge Prep 50, Montclair Prep 47
Laurel Myers led host Flintridge Prep (5-4) with 12 points, 13 rebounds and five steals, and Jordan Toyama added 12 points, including three three-pointers.
Flintridge Prep led, 20-10, at the end of the first quarter and, 38-31, going into the fourth. Montclair Prep missed a chance to tie the game when a three-point attempt came up short at the buzzer.
Kristina Mitchell had 20 points, including three three-pointers, and Indira Kaljo added 18 points for Montclair Prep (5-2).
Immaculate Heart 35, Bishop Conaty 30
Immaculate Heart held on as Bishop Conaty cut a 12-point deficit to one with two minutes left. Bishop Conaty fell to 3-3.
Nogales 43, Covina 41
Paris Dunford hit two free throws with six seconds left to lift host Nogales (6-2). Dunford finished with 23 points. Covina fell to 5-4.
Pacific Hills 63, Crossroads 29
Helen Suarez had 16 points and eight rebounds and Martina White added 12 points and seven rebounds to lead Pacific Hills (8-1). Samantha Grill had 17 points in a losing effort for Crossroads (1-7).
Quartz Hill 47, Saugus 40
Fa'cion Edwards and Brittany Benavidez each had 16 points for Quartz Hill (2-5) in a victory over Saugus.
Rosary 45, Edison 42
Erin Noonan had 17 points for visiting Rosary (6-1). Rebecca Kepilino led Edison (5-1) with 29 points.
Rowland 52, La Puente 26
Rowland is 6-1 and visiting La Puente is 1-4.
Saint Mary's Academy 105, Vasquez 8
Freshman Shontwa Redmond had 19 points and senior Ashley Thames added 14 points to lead Saint Mary's Academy (8-1) over Vasquez.
Saint Margaret's 57, La Sierra 24
Stephanie Davis scored 18 points and Arezo Yassai had 17 for Saint Maragarets (6-1) in a victory over La Sierra (3-3), who received eight points from Angela Ramos.
Santa Ynez 55, Dos Pueblos 40
Junior Ariana Gnekow had 12 points and 18 rebounds and twin sister Erin Gnekow had 10 points for visiting Santa Ynez (5-1).
West Torrance 61, Santa Monica 53
Senior center Teriana Loftin had 17 points and 11rebounds for visiting West Torrance (6-3). Amanda McGrew led Santa Monica (6-3) with 15 points.
Loma Linda Academy 39, San Gabriel Academy 21
Wednesday, Dec. 15
Montebello 51, California 40
Upland 39, Arroyo 34
San Marino 36, Northview 29
Sophomore guard Jessica Wang had 14 points for San Marino (6-4). Guard Desiree Ortega led Northview with 11.
La Canada 54, El Toro 13
Baldwin Park 57, Mountain View 35
Miguel Dera had 18 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for Baldwin Park (4-2). Mountain View falls to 1-4.
Magnolia 58, Connelly 8
Freshman guard Jahkia McDonald had 14 points for Magnolia (4-3). Magnolia led at halftime, 39-6.
Cypress 55, La Habra 23
Corona del Mar 49, Buena Park 16
Westminster 57, Fairmount Prep 40
Burbank 64, Bell Gardens 32
Hoover 48, Estancia 34
Glendale 52, Louisville 42
Burbank Burroughs 64, North Hollywood 34
Gardena Serra 50, Century 37
Sophomore forward Danielle Clark scored 14 points with five rebounds, and sophomore guard Jessica McConico chipped in 13 points, including three-3-pointers, for Gardena Serra (4-2). Century led at intermission, 18-15, before Gardena Serra outscored Century, 21-8, in third quarter.
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Cerritos Valley Christian 49, Irvine 20
Kristel Eddington had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Mallory Farrow added 10 points and 12 rebounds for host Cerritos Valley Christian (5-2).Danielle Swenson scored 13 points for Irvine (1-6).
La Serna 59, Culver City 44
Kim Linn had 17 points to lead La Serna (6-0). Culver City is 2-4.
North Torrance 56, El Segundo 51
Mikaella Melendez scored 13 to lead North Torrance (2-3). Brittany Taylor scored 28 for El Segundo (3-3).
Corona 65, El Dorado B 55
Crystian Trice led Corona (2-6) with 34 points. Stefanie Carlander added 12 points for the Panthers. Kylee Flockhart scored 21 for host El Dorado's B team (4-4).
Woodbridge 62, Sunny Hills 30
Woodbridge is 4-2. Sunny Hills is 5-3.
Flintridge Prep 64, Verdugo Hills 49
Andrew Beck had 24 points for Flintridge Prep (3-0). Verdugo Hills is 2-9.
Liberty Christian 60, Skyward 25
Freshman guard Erin Kwan had 16 points, eight assists and five steals for Liberty Christian (5-3). Liberty Christian had a 23-2 first-half run. Skyward is 2-5.
Cathedral City 42, Arlington 39
Nondi Johnson scored 25 points for Cathedral City (2-5).
King 62, Rosemead 40
King is 5-3. Rosemead is 4-2.
Los Osos 75, Pomona 11
All thirteen players scored for Los Osos (3-3), which led 45-1 at halftime. Allie Patterson led the way with 12 points and Mia Arreola added 11.
Norco 67, El Toro 61
Senior guard Erika Arriaran scored 12 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter, and junior guard Deanna Moreno had 13 points, including a 9-of-10 on free throws, for Norco (6-0). As a team, the Cougars hit 19-of-23 free throws while El Toro (4-3) was 2-of-2 from the foul line. Norco outscored El Toro, 45-30, after the break.
Claremont 37, Fullerton 36
Visiting Claremont (6-1)scored the game-winning layup with 40 seconds left.Cristy Figueroa scored 16 points and freshman Quortlyn O'Neal added 15 for Fullerton (5-2).
Diamond Ranch 70, Diamond Bar 37
Nina Earl had 24 points for Diamond Ranch (7-1).
Saddleback 47, Laguna Hills 46
Mariella McElroy and Cynthia Lete each scored 18 points to pace Saddleback. Mandy Eliades led Laguna Hills with 13 points.
Gardena Serra 50, Century 37
Mission Viejo 28, Ocean View 27
Fillmore 49, Bell-Jeff 38
Nadine Orozco scored 15 for Fillmore.
Oxnard Pacifica 70, Mayfield 36
Danliena Kwan scored 13 for Mayfield.
Nipomo 48, Santa Paula 29
Veronica Cano scored 16 for Nipomo. Leah Kolbeck scored 20 for Santa Paula.
Brethren Christian d. New Roads, forfeit
Temecula Valley 73, Carlsbad 59
Senior guard Jessie Thompson had career-high 44 points, including 15-of-30 field goals and 11-of-15 free-throw attempts, and seven rebounds for Temecula Valley (7-0). Carlsbad is 3-1.
Elsinore 50, Ontario 41
Margaux Ortiz had 25 points, including five three-pointers, for Elsinore (7-2), which led throughout. Veronica Apodaca added 11 points and 12 rebounds. Ontario fell to 4-3.
Buena 49, Fresno Clovis West 35
Sami Whitcomb scored 12 for No. 12 Buena (6-1). Katy O'Brien scored 15 for Clovis West (5-1).
Chaminade 58, Thousand Oaks 49
Kelly Cochran had 28 points and 16 rebounds and Jen Lee added 16 points and five assists for Chaminade (4-4). Thousand Oaks fell to 4-3.
Oxnard 58, Moorpark 35
Moorpark fell to 3-4.
Pilgrim 32, Cornerstone Christian 31
Sophomore forward Kelly Cox had 14 points for visiting Pilgrim. The Patriots (3-4, 2-1) took a four-point lead with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter and held on from there.Kaitlyn Glass scored 12 points for Camarillo Cornerstone Christian (3-3, 2-2).
Westridge 46, Pasadena Poly 24
Maddie Weissman had 20 points and 12 rebounds and Allison Clark had 10 points and 13 rebounds for visiting Westridge (5-2, 2-0). Poly is 4-3, 0-2.
Simi Valley 55, Agoura 44
Brittnay Asplund had 18 points, and Leah Murphy and Meghan Goodenough both scored 12 for Simi Valley (4-1, 1-0). Agoura is 1-4, 0-1.
Azusa 45, Covina 44
Lasandra Dixon had 19 points to lead visiting Azusa (6-1) over Covina (5-3).
Beverly Hills 61, Lawndale 13
Sophomore guard Allison Galer had 16 points and eight rebounds, and senior guard Jade Sherman added 11 points for host Beverly Hills (3-3). Lawndale fell to 0-3. At halftime, Beverly Hills led, 27-6.
Cajon 71, Alta Loma 26
Lynette Jacobs scored 20 points to lead visiting Cajon (9-2) past Alta Loma (3-3).
Compton Centennial 56, Compton 22
Courtney Simpson scored 26 points to lead host Compton Centennial (2-4) past Compton (0-5).
Fairfax 58, Roosevelt 38
Sophomore forward Liz Jolon of Fairfax (4-3) had 26 points and 15 rebounds, 10 assists at Roosevelt (1-2). Jolon was eight for 10 from the field and made 10 of 12 free throws.
Flntridge Sacred Heart 53, Romona Convent 28
Nicki Witt had 13 points and Annelisa Lupica chipped in nine points, 10 rebounds and four steals for host Flintridge Sacred Heart (6-0). Romona Convent fell to 1-6.
Hacienda Heights Wilson 49, Workman 27
Lindsey Shiroma had 10 points to lead host Wilson (3-3) over Workman (0-7).
Irvine University 46, Santa Ana 40
Sierra Backus led Irvine Univeristy with 11 points. Barbie Toscano had 12 for Santa Ana.
Milken 70, West Valley Christian 34
Tiffany Ghodsian scored 15 points and Tiffany Farahnik had 10 for Milken (4-2). Kelly Roupe and Kara Bixby scored 14 each for West Valley Christian.
Northwood 47, Sage Hill 38
Jennifer Tammiren had 25 points for Northwood (5-2). Haywood Wright had 17 rebounds and seven points for Sage Hill (2-2).
Pacific Hills 63, Cate 26
Helen Suarez had 28 points and five steals for host Pacific Hills (7-1).
Paramount 58, Bellflower 31
Senior guard Jessica Quintero and freshman forward Vanessa Fagata both scored 10 points for host Paramount (8-1). After forcing 20 first-half turnovers, Paramount had a 34-11 halftime lead. Bellflower fell to 3-6.
El Camino Real 1, Chaminade 0
Visiting El Camino Real scored in the 20th minute of the first half.
West Torrance 47, Gardena 21
Host West Torrance improved to 5-3.
Tuesday, Dec. 14
Monrovia 48, Glendora 39
Shaton Harris had 14 points and Chabre Duran added 11 points for Monrovia (4-2). Magan Bailey scored 15 points in Glendora's (5-1) first loss of the year.
Capistrano Valley 35, Temple City 34
Downey 45, Arcadia 25
Villa Park 59, Pioneer 10
Magnolia 68, Corona del Mar 35
P.J. Hanson had 16 points, Jhakia McDonald added 14 points and Brittany Pennell had 13 points for Magnolia (3-3) in a victory at Buena Park.
Corona Santiago 63, Costa Mesa 37
Amber Barker and Jennifer Hamilton each scored 11 points to pace Santiago. Judie Akansel also had 11 points for Costa Mesa.
El Dorado 62, Placentia Valencia 45
Ally Wade scored 23 points and Tiffany Cokely added 12 to lead host El Dorado (7-1). Breanna Travis scored 11 points and LIndsey Grove had 10 for Valencia (4-4).
Liberty Christian 56, Pacific Lutheran 22
Susan Fleming had 19 points to lead Liberty Christian (4-3) over Pacific Lutheran (1-4).
Huntington Beach 64, Loara (B) 22
Shonna Hunter and Katia Hadj-Hamou each scored 13 points for Huntington Beach (4-1).
Trabuco Hills 55, Bolsa Grande 46
Jessica White had 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead Trabuco Hills (4-2). Christina Zaragoza scored 12 points for Bolsa Grande.
L.A. Jordan 46, King 38
Arielle McClellan had 25 points and five assists to lead L.A. Jordan (5-1). Kim Kiff had 13 points for King.
Rancho Verde 58, Arlington 28
Kayanna Nichols had 18 points for Rancho Verde (3-3) in a victory over Arlington (4-6).
Claremont 57, Charter Oak 53
Brenda Orduno led Charter Oak (2-6) with 13 points, but Claremont (4-1) pulled away with late free throws.
Fullerton 45, San Dimas 23
Fullerton led from wire to wire, improving to 5-1. San Dimas fell to 2-4.
Laguna Hills 59, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 53
Sophomore guard Cori Williams scored 24 points to lead Laguna Hills. Chelsea Deluca scored 24 points in the loss for host Calvary Chapel.
Tesoro 53, Century 28
Nicole Vonzup had 16 points to pace Tesoro.
Foothill 39, Mission Viejo 31
Tustin 61, Irvine University 34
Ventura 67, Chaminade 53
Kali Bennett had 24 points and six blocks and Caitlin Kearns added 15 points to lead Ventura (6-0). Kelly Cochran had 21 points and 11 rebounds and Christine Vest had nine points and 10 rebounds for Chaminade (3-4).
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Rialto 44, Eisenhower 43
Host Eisenhower (1-6) had two chances to win in the final 45 seconds but failed on both possessions, turning it over on the first and then missing a 15-foot jumpshot at the buzzer. Rialto jumped out to a 20-5 lead and led throughout.
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Beaumont 77, San Jacinto 23
Patrice Darden had 21 points, nine rebounds and seven steals and Tanya Clark had 12 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and eight steals for Beaumont (5-0, 1-0) in victory over visiting San Jacinto (0-1 in league).
Twentynine Palms 61, Yucca Valley 42
Simeone Baker had 20 points and 15 rebounds and Samantha Casey had 19 points and nine rebounds for visiting Twentynine Palms (5-2, 1-0). Yucca Valley fell to 3-3, 0-1.
Windward 81, Holy Martyrs 31
Monica Deangelis had 23 points for Windward (4-1, 1-0).
Newbury Park 60, Royal 58
Kavita Goss had 16 points and seven rebounds, while Nikki Graham added 16 points and five rebounds as Newbury Park (3-2, 1-0) held Royal (8-1, 0-1) to just six points in the third quarter.
Thousand Oaks 62, Moorpark 56
Kate Kevorken had 22 points and 11 rebounds for Thousand Oaks (4-2, 1-0), while Bri Hight added 15 points, including four three-pointers. Paige Peterson had 21 points and nine rebounds in a losing effort for Moorpark (3-3, 0-1).
Marymount 42, Ramona Convent 21
Aimee Harris had 12 points to lead host Marymount (6-1, 1-0) in the league opener for both teams. Ramona Convent dropped to 1-5, 0-1.
Notre Dame Academy 70, Bell-Jeff 54
Freshman guard Marlee Rice scored a career-high 30 points to and junior center Nicoli Stamps added 14 for Notre Dame Academy (3-3, 1-0). Bell-Jeff fell to 0-1 in league.
Aliso Niguel 54, Marina 47
Heidi Larson had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Aliso Niguel (4-3), with Meaghan Curran contributing 13 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. Erin Barney led Marina (2-3) with 10 points, all in the first half.
Bishop Amat 62, South Torrance 26
Jessica Carrera had 11 points, including three three-pointers, for Bishop Amat. Zoi Simmons added 10 points, six assists and three steals for the Lancers (7-0). South Torrance fell to 2-3.
Covina 60, La Puente 29
Host Covina improved to 5-2, while La Puente dropped to 1-3.
Hacienda Heights Wilson 54, Whittier Christian 38
Tina Sagarminaga and Lindsey Shiroma each had 13 points for Hacienda Heights Wilson (2-3) in a victory at Whitter Christian.
Dana Niiro had 11 points and nine rebounds for Whittier Christian (5-6).
Hemet 55, Cathedral City 50
Cathedral City (1-5), which was led by Nondi Johnson's 18 points and 11 rebounds, had 27 turnovers and shot just 17 for 68 from the field. Down 53-50 with 50 seconds remaining, Cathedral City failed to convert on its last four possesions.
Holy Family 51, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 48 (OT)
Jasmin Viray had 23 points for visiting Holy Family (3-2). Karen Hom had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Hillcrest Christian (1-7).
Laguna Beach 64, Dana Hills 40
Brittany Clark had 22 points and Claire Bevacqua had 21 points for Laguna Beach (4-4) in a victory over visiting Dana Hills.
L.A. Baptist 43, Louisville 36
Lindsay Sanders had 19 points and nine steals and Andreanna Marshall had 10 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals to lead host L.A. Baptist (6-1).
Morro Bay 48, Atascadero 41
Kelly Blair had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Paula Boucher added 10 points for visiting Morro Bay (3-2). Hilarie Higbee led Atascadero (3-5) with 12 points and seven rebounds.
Nogales 67, Bassett 31
Paris Dunford had 30 points and Danielle Rodgers had 21 points and 14 rebounds for host Nogales (4-2).
New Roads 55, Crossroads 31
Lindsay Knox had 20 points and Nayomi Stefanos had 15 points, including 13 in the second half, for New Roads (5-2) in a victory at Crossroads (1-6).
Ontario Christian 53, St. Lucy's 28
Stacy Nanninga and Jessica Hibma both had double-doubles for Ontario Christian (5-4). Nanninga had 18 points and 13 rebounds and Hibna had 18 points and 11 rebounds. Cameron Hacker led St. Lucy's (2-5) with 12 points.
Paraclete 72, Desert 51
Jessica Echenique scored 25 points, including seven three-pointers, and Bria Fields added 23 for Paraclete (8-0). Juliette Mafet had 38 points to lead Desert.
Pasadena Poly 51, Maranatha 49 (OT)
Miranda Wakimoto scored 14 points for Pasadena Poly (4-2). Erica Navarado led all scorers with 19 points for Maranatha (1-7).
Ridgecrest Burroughs 44, Quartz Hill 41
Brenda Cantrell had seven of her team-high 12 points in the fourth quarter as Ridgecrest Burroughs (4-4) overcame a four-point deficit at the start of the fourth. Brittany Benavide led Quartz Hill with 20 points.
Rosary 57, Esperanza 38
Amy Richard led Rosary (5-1) with a double-double as she scored 19 points and had 10 rebounds. Teresa Karcher and Erin Noonan both added 15 points for the Royals. Jenna Galassi had 14 points for visiting Esperanza (5-1).
San Luis Obispo 58, Dos Pueblos 44
Ashley Adams and Dana Andrews each scored 16 points to lead host San Luis Obispo (4-2). Gillian Nugent had 16 points for Dos Pueblos (5-3).
Santa Margarita 62, Fountain Valley 33
Whitney Wood had 14 points and seven rebounds, Lauren Powers had 11 points, seven rebounds and five steals and Brittany Taylor added 10 points, two assists and three steals for host Santa Margarita (4-1). Barbara Tabitha led Fountain Valley (5-2) with eight points.
Santa Maria St. Joseph 70, Santa Clara 35
Jenelle Conklin had 21 points to lead host St. Joseph (3-3).
Santa Monica 72, Mira Costa 58
Amanda McGrew had 31 points, six assists, six steals and five rebounds to lead host Santa Monica (6-2). Mira Costa fell to 7-3.
Saugus 43, Highland 29
Kelly O'Lin had 30 of Saugus' 43 points, hitting six three-pointers as Highland's zone defense kept her out on the perimeter. O'Lin, a senior guard, also hit eight free throws. Saugas improved to 6-3 while Highland fell to 2-6.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 46, La Canada 30
Jessica Romero had 18 points and eight rebounds and C.J. Hill had six points and six steals for Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (6-1) in a victory over visiting La Canada.
St. Paul 75, Gabrielino 25
Kimbery Ramirez scored 16 points, Yveette Ramirez had 14 and Daisy Bueno had 13 for host St. Paul (7-0).
Western 45, Katella 42
Ashley Broughton scored a three-point play with 12 seconds left to give Western (4-3) its winning margin. Broughton led the Lady Pioneers with a game-high 19 points. Brittany Brock had 14 points for host Katella (1-5)
Baptist Christian 60, Desert Chapel 30Bonita 59, South Hills 43
St. Margaret's 66, Vista Tri-City Christian 27
Stephanie Davis had 32 points Arezo Yassai added 15 for host St. Margaret's (5-1). Alyssa Baker had eight points to lead Tri-City Christian (3-2).
Monday, Dec. 13
Arroyo 67, Northview 38
Liezl Sarte scored 21 points and Trissha Perez had 17 for Arroyo (4-2), which outscored Northview (3-5) by a 34-10 margin in the second quarter.
California 53, El Toro 48
Montebello 53, La Canada 52
Upland 51, San Marino 32
Stephanie Berger had 11 points and five assists and Tamesha Jackson had four points, five rebounds and 10 assists for Upland (5-2).
Kristen Chan led San Marino with 16 points.
Saddleback 53, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 44
Mariella McElroy scored 21 points and Cynthia Lete added 16 points as Saddleback (5-2) defeated visiting Santa Ana Calvary Chapel.
Kristen Moore had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Chelsea Deluca had 15 points for Santa Ana Calvary Chapel (4-2).
El Dorado 62, Costa Mesa 26
Ally Wade scored 21 points and Jessica Case added 14 points for El Dorado (6-1) in a victory over visiting Costa Mesa (2-5).
Santiago 45, Placentia Valencia 35
Jennifer Hamilton lhad 10 points for Santiago (3-2) in a victory over Placentia Valencia (4-3), which got 13 points from Amanda Shellhorn.
Sunny Hills 45, Corona 28
Kristen Cabral and Alyssa Deemer each scored 14 points and Jackie Berkley added seven points, 11 rebounds, and six steals for Sunny Hills (5-2) in a victory over Corona (1-5).
Liberty Christian 54, Sacramento Roseville Valley Christian 35
Susan Fleming scored 23 points to lead Liberty Christian (3-3) past visiting Roseville Valley Christian (3-3).
SAN DIMASPool Play
Fullerton 65, Charter Oaks 35
Senior Cristina Figuerora scored 21 points and Courtney Carter had 14 points for Fullerton (4-1) in a victory over Charter Oak (2-5).
Tamara Teragawa scored 16 points for Charter Oak.
Perris 70, Kaiser 29
Brandie McCann scored 25 points and Tay Hester added 19 points to lead Perris (3-2) past Kaiser.
Temecula Valley 60, Elsinore 25
Kelsie Woodard had 12 points and ten players scored for the Golden Bears (6-0) in a victory over Elsinore (6-2).
Buena 58, Nordhoff 50
Junior forward Sami Whitcomb had 27 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and four blocks for Buena (5-1), which trailed, 29-28 at halftime but came back to defeat the Rangers.
Senior guard Sarah Nylander scored 19 for Nordhoff.
Moorpark 54, Harvard-Westlake 50
Paige Peterson scored 19 points and Laura Barker added 17 points for Moorpark (3-2) in a victory over Harvard-Westlake.
Cela Sutton scored 16 points to lead the Wolverines.
Ventura 55, Thousand Oaks 44
Sophomore Kali Bennett had 19 points and 13 rebounds and junior forward Caitlin Kearns had 12 points and nine rebounds for Ventura (6-0), which is ranked No. 11 in the Southland by The Times.
The Cougars went on a 17-6 run to break a 38-38 tie with five minutes remaining and neutralized Kate Kevorken, who had 26 points for Thousand Oaks (3-2).
Westridge 53, Chadwick 37
Maddie Weissman had 26 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals for Westridge (4-2, 1-0) in the victory at Chadwick.
Briana Bak scored 13 points for Chadwick (2-6, 1-1).
Campbell Hall 43, Village Christian 35
Ingra Walla had 21 points to lead Campbell Hall in a victory over Village Christian.
Carly Brown had 11 points and Alex Dill had eight points and 12 rebounds for Village Christian (1-6).
Canyon Country Canyon 72, Highland 25
Sophomore forward Nicole Leon had 30 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and five blocked shots tfor Canyon Country Canyon (6-1) in a victory over visiting Highland.
Kayla Bastedo added 13 points, eight assists, and six steals and Brooke Bergiadis had 11 points and six steals for the Cowboys., who had 33 steals to break the revious school record of 29 against Artesia during the 1996-97 season.
Annica Hosey scored 12 points for Highland (3-5).
Lancaster 54, Ridgecrest Burroughs 51
Jazmin Thomar hit three three-point baskets and finished with 15 points for Lancaster (5-3), which came from behind for the victory at Burroughs.
The Eagles outscored Burroughs, 26-12, in the fourth quarter.
Brenda Cantrell scored 12 of her 14 points from three-point range to lead the Burros (3-4).
Peninsula 53, Palos Verdes 50 (OT)
Adaora Ezeani made the only field goal in overtime, converting a layup with 2 minutes, 12 seconds remaining to put Peninsula ahead at 52-50 and the Panthers hung on for the vicotry.
Palos Verdes missed a pair of three-point attempts, and Peninsula's Kelli Yamamoto made a free throw down the stretch to clinch the victory.
Yamamoto, a sophomore guard who led Peninsula with 15 points, also hit a three-point shot with six seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 47-47. Ezeani finished with 13 points and 13 rebounds.
Molly Pfohl had 14 points for Palos Verdes (2-3).
Ribet Academy 36, Maranatha 29
Danielle Dekel had 26 points and 15 rebounds and Maral Metehmetian added six points for Ribet Academy (4-1) in a victory over Maranatha.
West Valley 48, San Jacinto 35
Aniela Liefman and Korae Patterson each scored 15 points for West Valley (3-3).
Stephanie Ahern and Courtney Manuel each had nine points for San Jacinto (2-4).
Carson 51, Leuzinger 41
Chinyere Ibekwe scored eight of her game-high 22 points and Sophia Leonard had eight of her 19 points in the fourth quarter as the Colts (1-5) extended a one-point lead they had going into the period and claimed their first victory.
Leonard had 11 rebounds, eight assists and five steals to go with her points, while Ibekwe added 11 rebounds and five blocked shots.
Amber Thomas and Melissa Milton each had 11 points for Leuzinger (5-3).Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times