Boys' basketball: Bryce Peters lets everyone know there's another top point guard in Baseline League

Eric Sondheimer
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The No. 1 player in California is point guard Lonzo Ball of Chino Hills, but don't forget about another point guard who plays in the same Baseline League, Bryce Peters of Damien.

He scored 44 points on Tuesday night to help Damien defeat Etiwanda, 63-47. Damien (18-1, 3-0) gets its shot at unbeaten Chino Hills (19-0, 3-0) on Friday at home. Chino Hills defeated Upland, 102-58. Rancho Cucamonga defeated Los Osos, 77-55.

 In the Gold Coast, Remy Martin scored 25 points and Devearl Ramsey had 14 points in Sierra Canyon's 86-69 win over Campbell Hall. Jordan Cohen scored 32 points for Campbell Hall.

Christian Juzang had 41 points and 10 rebounds in Viewpoint's 75-55 win over Brentwood. He was 16 of 18 from the free-throw line. Windward defeated McAuliffe, 81-39. Shareef O'Neal had 20 points.

Wes Slajchert scored 17 points and Riley Battin added 17 points and 15 rebounds in Oak Park's 61-48 win over Ventura. Trent Hall added 15 points.

Burroughs received 28 points from Ross Lee, including eight threes, in a 95-53 win over Glendale.

Redondo routed Peninsula, 83-59, with Ryse Williams scoring 22 points. Highland defeated Eastside, 63-36.  Deshay Gipson scored 18 points.

Village Christian improved to 17-3 and 3-0 in league with a 58-53 win over Valley Christian. Josh Caston scored 17 points.

Esperanza defeated Villa Park, 65-45. Kezie Okpala scored 29 points.

In the Foothill League, Hart took over first place with a 62-53 win over West Ranch. Chad Donohoe finished with 19 points. Golden Valley defeated Saugus, 84-66. Valencia defeated Canyon, 67-65. Chibuzo Ikonte scored 24 points.

Brandon Averitt scored 30 points in Tarbut V'Torah's 56-28 win over Fairmont Prep. He was 14 of 14 on free throws.

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