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Boys' basketball: Chino Hills is 17-0 after 100-75 win on national TV

Eric Sondheimer
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Unbeaten Chino Hills and the Ball brothers took their act to Massachusetts on Monday for a nationally-televised game against North Carolina High Point Christian in the Hoophall Classic.

The result was another extraordinary performance by UCLA-bound Lonzo Ball, who had 15 points, 22 assists and 11 rebounds in a 100-75 victory that improved the Huskies' record to 17-0.

LiAngelo Ball had 29 points and LaMelo Ball 21. Elizjah Scott added 17 points and 13 rebounds.

Chino Hills must get a flight home and return for a Tuesday night Baseline League game against Upland. Chino Hills appears headed on a collision course to face unbeaten Torrance Bishop Montgomery in the Fairfax State Preview Classic on Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. at Cerritos College.

Chatsworth Sierra Canyon was beaten by Florida Montverde Academy, 81-67. Cody Riley finished with 25 points for Sierra Canyon. Virginia Oak Hill defeated Santa Ana Mater Dei, 74-55. Spencer Freedman scored 17 points for Mater Dei.

In a Mission League game, Harvard-Westlake defeated Loyola, 64-56. Wolfgang Novogratz scored 17 points and Cassius Stanley added 14 points. Henry Welsh led Loyola with 21 points.

At LACES, Los Altos improved to 16-1 with a 61-51 win over Brentwood. Freshman Jarod Lucas had 17 points. Crossroads defeated Colony, 78-76, in double overtime. Rancho Mirage improved to 18-0 with a 65-33 win over Renaissance. Charles Neal had 19 points and Daryn Evans 17.

Beverly Hills defeated Campbell Hall, 50-48. Kevin Seyedan scored 26 points in Calabasas' 60-56 win over Gardena Serra. Calabasas is 14-5 and has won five in a row. Riverside JW North defeated Cathedral, 63-51. Cantwell-Sacred Heart defeated Windward, 77-49. Jacob Davison scored 22 points.

El Camino Real received 26 points from Brandon Russell to defeat Bakersfield Centennial, 70-66, in double overtime in Visalia.

Heritage Christian defeated Simi Valley, 82-78. Kaden Young scored 28 points for Simi Valley.

South Gate defeated Middle College, 57-56. Jose Velasquez scored 21 points and David Mixon added 19 points.

Westlake lost to Oceanside El Camino, 70-59,  despite 22 points from Adam Hess.

Santa Margarita defeated Bullard, 83-41. Kaden Rasheed scored 19 points and Jordan Guest 15.

Edison defeated Elsinore, 76-58.

Birmingham defeated Oakwood, 84-66, and has picked up another transfer student in Devonaire Doutrive, a sophomore from Alaska who joined his junior brother, Devante. Devonaire is eligible because his school in Alaska dropped basketball, Athletic Director Rick Prizant said.

Deschon Winston scored 27 points for Birmingham. Adrian Byrd-Jelinek had 25 points and Devante Doutrive 22 points.

Orange Lutheran was beaten by De La Salle, 55-44. Zac Jervis had 11 points.

Camarillo defeated St. Genevieve, 76-64.

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