Boys' basketball: Taft wins its seventh consecutive game

Eric Sondheimer
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Woodland Hills Taft took a quick trip to Las Vegas on Saturday and came away with a 59-54 victory over Las Vegas Centennial for its seventh consecutive victory.

Keasean Davis, a transfer from Price who became eligible earlier this month, led Taft (19-4) with 17 points. Taft faces host Birmingham on Wednesday in a game for first place in the West Valley League.

At Azusa Pacific, Walnut defeated Colony, 64-52. Dwight Ramos had 25 points.

San Dimas defeated Flintridge Prep, 56-43. Ronny Rafeh led San Dimas with 16 points. Dante Fregoso had 15 points for Flintridge Prep.

Etiwanda defeated Alta Loma, 61-28. Kystian Wilson led Etiwanda with 14 points.

Los Altos (19-1) won its 11th consecutive game with a 65-61 win over Glendora. Jarod Lucas had 22 points and Jared Brown 17.

La Canada defeated Oak Park, 66-45. St. John Bosco defeated Bonita, 63-61. JJ Watson had 33 points for the Braves. Joe Quintana had 25 points for Bonita.

Damien rallied for a 73-57 win over Riverside King. Bryce Peters scored 18 points and Liam Ryan had 14 points and eight rebounds.

Cantwell-Sacred Heart lost to Wasatch Academy, 72-59, despite 22 points from Jacob Davison.

In a Gold Coast League game, Jordan Cohen of Campbell Hall scored 32 points but the Vikings were beaten by Crossroads, 69-58.

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