Marcel Jones, the tournament most valuable player, made his first four shots and finished with 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Monarchs (10-1) to the championship of the Irvine World Tournament.
Mater Dei had 12 three-pointers by six different players. Freshman Taylor King, an all tournament selection, contributed 15 points, eight rebounds, and three blocked shots. King also made four three pointers. Mater Dei played without 6-foot-9 Chris Henry, who missed the game because of a sprained ankle.
Corey Sigel had 20 points for Redondo (5-3).
Irvine University 65, Carlsbad 62
Jonas Lalehzadeh's three-pointer with 15 seconds remaining in the game gave Univeristy a one-point lead and Lalehzadeh then hit two free throws with one second left to seal the victory for the Trojans. Jon Asnon had 19 points to lead Univeristy (6-2).
Corona Centennial 69, Fountain Valley 54
James Hughes had 17 points and Justin Williams added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Corona Centennial (7-3) at Concordia University.
La Canada 70, Bishop Montgomery 58
Tournament MVP Umar Khan had 19 points and Philip Anderson added 18 points and 12 rebounds for La Canada (9-1) in the victory over Bishop Montgomery (6-2).
Muir 51, Glendale 46
Rico Henderson scored 18 to lead Muir (4-6). Len Khechumyan had 11 points for Glendale (6-3).
Canyon Country Canyon 51, Flintridge Prep 44
Jess Guidroz scored 17 points for Canyon Country Canyon (8-3). Flintridge Prep falls to 2-4.
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