Saturday, Dec. 11, 2005
La Canada 60, Keppel 46
Colin McQuay hit an important three-pointer for his only points of the game and Adam Malik had five of his 16 points as La Canada outscored Keppel, 15-8, in the fourth quarter.
Rhett Anderson led La Canada with 19 points and 10 rebounds, followed by Philip Anderson with 14 points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots. Craig Ballard added eight assists. Philip Anderson was the tournament MVP and Rhett Anderson and Ballard were all-tournament selections.
Mark Gupilan led Keppel with 19 points.
Montclair 50, Pomona 41
Monrovia 62, Los Altos 61 (OT)
Andy Silverman made a pull-up jump shot from the free-throw line with eight seconds to play and Monrovia (4-2) held on for the victory in a game that featured a tied score at the end of each quarter.
Silverman finished with seven points, but Monrovia was led by Aaron Silverstein's 12. Jesse Canada and Mark Arnold each added 10 points.
West Covina 84, Duarte 61
Senior center Derrick Wiltz had 29 points and 14 rebounds for West Covina (3-3). Jonathan Atkins scored 24, including five three-pointers Duarte.
Covina 56, Workman 38
Bell Gardens 40, Walnut 35
South Hills 54, Arroyo 42
South El Monte 53, Bravo 51 (OT)
Dorsey 69, Compton Centennial 65
Kyle Gibson had 22 points and Reggie Thomas scored 15 for Dorsey. Jervaughn Johnson led Compton Centennial (5-1) with 23.
Orange Lutheran 69, Oak Park 50
Simi Valley 58, Beverly Hills 56
With 2.7 seconds remaining, senior guard Tony Washington hit a driving layup, and Mike Rodgers had 20 points and 16 boards for Simi Valley (6-2).
L.A. Hamilton 71, Culver City 59
Ryan Avilez had 21 points for L.A. Hamilton (6-2).
Bishop Diego 64, Verdugo Hills 54
Mike Stanton led Verdugo Hills (1-8) with 18 points.
CANYON COUNTRY CANYON
Valencia 72, Palmdale 70 (OT)
Chad Allen led the Vikings with 22 points and was named the tournament's most valuable player. Valencia's David Horst added 20.
Palmdale's Harley Haynes hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer to send the title game into overtime, but Valencia's defense was dominant in the extra period, once forcing Palmdale into a shot-clock violation.
Cajon 58, Canyon Country Canyon 52
Kris Rincon led Canyon (2-7) with 22 points. Canyon tied the game in the fourth, but Cajon pull away on foul shots down the stretch.
Chatsworth 75, Highland 71
Michael Palarca led Chatsworth with 23 points. Tomoreo Allen led Highland with 22 points. He finished the tournament with more than 100 points.
CERRITOS VALLEY CHRISTIAN
La Salle 56, Temple City 37
Ben Brekke led La Salle (8-0) with 16 points and was named tournament MVP. Steven Soong had 12 points for Temple City (5-1).
Bolsa Grande 53, Mary Star 47 (OT)
Bolsa Grande 53, Mary Star 47
Kenny Skale had 24 points for Mary Star (0-4). Bolsa Grande improved to 4-4.
CHULA VISTA EASTLAKE
Temescal Canyon 84, San Diego Hoover 44
Rocky Hampton had 24 points and 15 rebounds and Matt Nunez had 21 points and nine rebounds for Temescal Canyon (5-0). Nunez was named the tournament's most valuable player and teammates Hampton and Bryan Byrd were named all-tournament.
Chula Vista Eastlake 55, Redlands East Valley 49
Palm Desert 74, Escondido 66
Justin Sobczyk and Spencer Dayton scored 20 points each for Palm Desert (4-1). Matt Adams had 36 points for Escondido (3-2).
Miller 64, San Diego Crawford 56
Cathedral City 73, Mission Hills 57
Nick Johnson had 20 points for Cathedral City.
Grossmont 66, Elsinore 43
Victor Valley 45, San Diego Mira Mesa 42
Blythe Palo Verde 57, Bishop Montgomery 56
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 58, L.A. Wilson 57
Scott Tsuda hit a free throw with five seconds left to lift Notre Dame (3-1). Freshman guard Nigel Carter had 21 for Notre Dame a day after scoring a career-high 22.
Montclair Prep 63, Hart 56
Craig Partovich had 21 points, all in the first half, for Montclair Prep (6-2). Hart is 3-3.
Montclair Prep 78, Agoura 66
Berry Hollie had 17 points (5-2) for Montclair Prep (5-2). Agoura fell to 3-4.
Hart 37, El Camino Real 34
Blair 56, Renaissance Academy 50
Blair filled in for Milken Community, which can't play on Saturday due to religious reasons.
Antelope Valley Christian 64, Valley Alternative 55
J'Whon James had 25 points for Antelope Valley Christian. Joshua Gibbons had 32 for Valley Alternative.
Blair 55, AGBU 40
Bosco Tech 79, Santa Fe 68
Senior guard Danny Vasquez had 32 points, including 14-of-14 from the free throw line, and junior forward Tyler Polo scored 24 with 10 rebounds and four blocked shots for Bosco Tech (6-4). Vasquez was named tournament MVP. Sante Fe is 5-5.
Millikan 46, Alhambra 43
Senior guard Arthur White had 25 points and eight rebounds for Alhambra (4-3).
La Habra 69, La Mirada 65
Andrew Caldwell led La Habra (5-2) with 15 points. Johnny Ornoz had 16 points, and Josh Robbins chipped in 15 points and six rebounds for La Mirada (4-2).
El Monte 59, Norwalk 54
Senior guard Eddie Ceja had 21 points for El Monte (3-4). Norwalk (5-5) jumped out to 11-0 lead.
San Gabriel 52, Pioneer 50
Sophomore Boris Clemente had 11 points and eight assists for San Gabriel (2-4) at Pioneer.
Gardena Serra 81, Loyola 80 (2OT)
Kelvin Wilson made the decisive free throw with 3.3 seconds remaining to lift Gardena Serra. Daniel Williams led Serra with 24 points.
Joseph Johnson finished with 22 points and 15 assists, while Wilson finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds to go with nine assists. Jordan Wilkes led Loyola with 25 points, and Justin Thomas added 22. Both teams are 6-2.
Santa Monica 64, St. Bernard 58
Will Freedman had 26 points and 12 rebounds and Pete Kass had 10 points, nine assists and was named to the all-tournament team for Santa Monica (5-3).
El Segundo 54, Brentwood 40
Jamie Jones had 15 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks for El Segundo (7-1).
Torrance 60, Narbonne 35
Deon Thompson had 13 points for Torrance (6-2). Dominic Gibbs had 15 points for Narbonne.
Mira Costa 58, San Pedro 47
Senior center Andrew McLellan had 15 points and seven rebounds and junior forward Scott Thornton added 10 points and eight rebounds to lead Mira Costa (5-3). Juinor forward Jeremy Holland had 19 points for San Pedro.
La Palma Kennedy 68, West Torrance 59 Junior guard Myon Sample had 20 points, and senior center Brandon Burnside scored 17 for Kennedy (6-1).
Village Christian 66, Fillmore 54
Ian Adams led Village Christian (4-0) with 27 points, and Wayne Robinson added 13 points. Daniel Enriquez led Fillmore with 27 points.
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 66, L.A. Baptist 31
Dallas Rutherford had 18 points, Drew Rigney added 16 and Ryan Haliday added 14 for Hillcrest Christian (5-2).
Nordhoff 67, Villanova Prep 48
Senior center A.J. Maulhardt had 15 points, and senior guard Ryan Whitcomb had 13 points for Nordhoff (3-4). Villanova Prep is 2-5.
La Serna 46, Tustin 27
David Hayashi led La Serna (5-2) with 19 points.
Marina 65, California 62
Senior guard Matt Molino had 29 points for Marina (3-2). Senior guard Bryan Sanchez led California (2-3) with 15 points.
Diamond Bar 62, Glendora 41
Diamond Bar's Colin Robinson had 18 points for Diamond Bar (5-1) and was named the tournament's most valuable player. Zayne Hyder came off the bench to score 18 points for Diamond Bar, hitting four three-pointers along the way. James Powell led Glendora (5-1) with 18 points.
Colony 80, Diamond Ranch 75
Stedman Merritt hit a three-pointer and contributed a three-point play during a 15-4 fourth-quarter run for Colony (6-1), which had led by 13 points in the third quarter but fell behind by four early in the fourth.
Brandon Davis led Colony with 23 points, nine rebounds, four assists, five steals and four blocks. Merritt contributed 18 points and five assists, and Tony Osunsanmi had 10 points and 13 rebounds.
Donte Smith and David Renfroe led Diamond Ranch (5-2) with 13 points each.
Claremont 70, Garey 67
Jordan Block had 21 points and seven assists and Michael Wells had 10 points and eight assists for Claremont (4-2), which jumped out to a 38-23 halftime lead but had to hold off Garey down the stretch for the victory.
Claremont also got 12 points and six rebounds from Kyle Gordien, but hung on after Derrick Pickett had 12 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and Osaar Rasshan had nine of his team-high 21 points in the final period as Garey cut the Wolfpack's lead to one point at 68-67 with 4.3 seconds left.
Corona Centennial 63, Ontario 60
Anthony Goods had 23 points and seven rebounds and Ryan Burnett added 17 points and seven assists for Centennial (4-2). Leonard Prymus and Keith Wiltz each had 18 points for Ontario.
Nogales 57, Damien 44
Adam Robles had 25 points and Brian Pagdilao added 15 for Nogales (4-3). Nick Bright led Damien with 19 points.
Charter Oak 66, San Dimas 46
Charter Oak (4-2) controlled throughout with Frank Ragsdale leading the way with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Justin Dang had 21 points to lead San Dimas (4-4).
Bonita 47, Rowland 45 (OT)
Andre Bossieux hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left to lift Bonita in the 24-team tournament. Brock Zylstra had 17 points and 11 rebounds and Darryl Jones had nine points, 14 rebounds and five blocks for Bonita (5-2).
Arcadia 85, Bellflower 63
Senior forward Dan Alexander had 44 points and 23 rebounds for Arcadia (3-3).
Apple Valley Christian 59, Hesperia Christian 49
Justin Nunes had 20 points and Peter Kudrle, who was named the tournament's most valuable player, added 18 points and nine assists for Apple Valley Christian (5-1).
Nate Glass had 20 points for Hesperia Christian (3-1).
Inglewood 68, Hollywood 60 (OT)
Keymorris Gunn had 18 points and Treyvonne Johnson added 12 points and was name tournament MVP for Inglewood.
Arturas Lazdauskas had 19 points and Gevork Nersisyan had 15 points for Hollywood (5-3). Inglewood outscored the Sheiks 8-0 in overtime.
Compton 59, Garfield 51
Demar Derozan had 18 points for Compton (6-2).
Manual Arts 71, Roosevelt 38
Gardena 55, Eagle Rock 53
L.A Jordan (B) 55, Taft (B) 41
Downtown Magnets 62, Elizabeth 41
Avalon 79, Redlands Calvary Chapel 58
David Chavoya had 18 points and eight assists and George Hernandez had 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Avalon (3-2).
Joel Pulliam had 23 points, including six three-point baskets, and Isaiah Taylor added 14 points and six assists for Redlands Calvary Chapel (1-5).
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY
Brethren Christian 37, Las Vegas Meadows 21
Andrew Fisher led Brethren Christian (7-1) with 12 points. Meadows is 3-3.
St. Margaret's 46, Coronado 45
Corey Fava made two free throws with 3.5 seconds to give St. Margaret's (4-1) the victory over Coronado (4-2). Fava finished with six points and 10 assists. Tyler Smith led the winners with 12 points and Evan Guerrero had eight rebounds.
Capistrano Valley Christian 64, Linfield Christian 28
Scott MacRae led Capistrano Valley Christian (6-1) with 17 points, including three three-pointers. Zach Brogdon added five assists, and Travis Devine had nine rebounds.
Chuck Wilson led Linfield Christian (2-2) with 14 points.
Sage Hill 42, Calipatria 37
Matt Loper had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Jamie McGee added 14 points to lead Sage Hill (5-1) past Calipatria (2-3).
Kern Valley 53, Whittel (Nev) 50
Ryan Christie had 15 points for Kern Valley (4-2).
Jimmy Eastes, the tournament MVP, added 11 points for Kern Valley.
El Toro 70, Northwood 46
For El Toro (6-0), Darryl Best had 18 points and nine rebounds and was selected to the all-tournament team, Jonathan Johnson added 13 points and 10 assists, and Kelvin Kim had 12 points and was named the tournament's MVP. Northwood fell to 3-3.
Newport Harbor 40, Temecula Valley 36
Tony Yaghjian had nine points and Vinnie Nasca had four points and six steals to lead Newport Harbor (1-4). Ian Bryant had 11 points for Temecula Valley.
Etiwanda 71, Ocean View 44
Darren Collison had 25 points for Etiwanda (5-0) and was named the tournament most valuable player. Rashad Austin added 16 points and Jeff Pendergraph had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Ocean View (4-3) was led by Clint Amberry's 21 points.
Calabasas 76, Laurinburg (N.C.) 67
Calabasas guard Drew Housman led all scorers with 39 points, which was a career-high for the Harvard-bound senior.
Calabasas' Mark Einhorn had 16 points -- also a career-high -- and was, in addition to Housman, selected to the all-tournament team. Calabasas improved to 2-2.
Alameny 55, Laguna Hills 36
Theo Edwards led Alameny with 16 points and 10 rebounds, followed by Alex Baltazar with 16 points and four assists and Chris Qualls 14 points, including four three-pointers. Eraclis Pelargos added five steals for the Indians.
St. Francis 72, South Pasadena 47
Kevin Peterson and Steve Polchow had 16 points for St. Francis (3-0), and Peterson added 11 rebounds and was named the tournament MVP. Ryan Harold had 10 points for South Pasadena (2-4).
Pasadena Marshall 58, San Marino 46
Senior guard Mark Sutton helped Marshall (4-4) break a two-game losing streak with 25 points, 15 rebounds, five steals, two blocks and two assists.
Corbin Jung led San Marino (4-4) with 13 points.
Pasadena Poly 56, Oakwood 29
Billy Wardlaw had 12 points, Jake Shorr added 10 points and A.J. Talt had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Pasadena Poly (2-2). Erich Boomer had 18 points for Oakwood.
Corona Santiago 57 San Clemente 53
Aaron Henson had 23 points to lead Santiago (6-3).
Arroyo Valley 82, Silverado 69
Claude Williams had 26 points and nine rebounds, all in the first half, and Chris Plummer added 15 points and 14 rebounds for Arroyo Valley (6-3).
Williams suffered severe cramps in his right leg and did not play in the second half, but other players stepped up in his absence. Tommy Marshall had 17 points and six steals and Kenny Thurston had 14 points and 11 assists for the Hawks.
Eric Bailey had a team-high 24 points for Silverado.
SANTA CLARITA CHRISTIAN
Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 57, First Lutheran 42
Kyle Brooks had 15 points and five assists, and Cameron Fernandez scored 12 points on four three-pointers for Thousands Oaks Hillcrest Christian (2-3).
SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
Mater Dei 75, Rainier Beach 72
Taylor King had 37 points, including eight of 12 from beyond the arc, and Mike Gerrity added 18 points, and Alex Jacobson chipped in 13 points for Mater Dei (6-0), ranked No. 6 by the Times. Raineir Beach is ranked No. 25 in the nation by Student Sports. The Monarch's are 22nd.
Harvard-Westlake 73, Thousand Oaks 67
Kieran Ramsey scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter, as Harvard-Westlake rallied from a four-point deficit.
Alex Stepheson led Harvard-Westlake with 20 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists and seven blocks. Kieran Ramsey also contributed eight rebounds and made the all-tournament team. Ed White added 15 points for Harvard-Westlake (4-0), which is ranked No. 8 by The Times.
Eric Macias led Thousand Oaks (3-1) with 21 points, including five three-pointers.
Monroe 48, Rio Mesa 40
Brandon James scored 14 points for Monroe (5-4), which trailed by three at halftime but outscored Rio Mesa, 11-6, in the fourth quarter. Rolando Nunez had five steals for Monroe.
Greg Murray led Rio Mesa with 13 points.
Dominguez 53, Westchester 52
The Compton Dominguez boys' basketball team might have just passed its stiffest test of the season after holding on for a wild victory over Westchester on Saturday in the championship of the Westchester Tip-off Classic tournament at Westchester.
The Dons, ranked No. 4 in the Southland by The Times, overcame an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit and two late instances in which referees added precious seconds to the clock to defeat the top-ranked Comets.
Trailing, 53-52, Westchester had possession with 8.2 seconds remaining but couldn't get off a shot before the ball was kicked out of bounds by a Dominguez player with .7 seconds left. After referees reset the clock to two seconds, Westchester guard Joey Knox inadvertently threw the ball into the backcourt, where Comet guard Ahmaad Cook picked it up and called for a timeout with .4 seconds left.
After referees reset the clock to one second, Knox's half-court heave bounced off the backboard.
"Our job is to play defense and make sure they don't get a shot off," Dominguez forward Bryan Harvey said of the Comets' extra allotted time.
Bryan Harvey scored four of his team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter for the Dons (4-0), who took the lead for good with 1:46 left on two free throws by A.J. Tolbert.
Westchester forward Marcus Johnson missed a breakaway one-handed dunk with 1:09 remaining that would have tied the score. Johnson, who finished with 14 points, made one of two free throws with 18 seconds left to set the final margin.
Senior Jerard Moret scored 17 points for Westchester (3-1), which played without starters Amir Johnson (broken left foot) and Ray Reese (groin). Both are expected to return for the Comets' next game Dec. 28.
Leuzinger 73, Mayfaird 63
Patrick Cleveland had 17 points for Leuzinger.
Washington 76, King-Drew 73
Rick Boylos and Ken Bowman each had 30 points for Washington, and Sultan Toles-Bey scored 17 points for King-Drew (1-4).
Locke 83, Murphy 65
Moses Davenport had 27 points and Anthony Conner added 17 points for Locke.
Sean Cunningham had 34 points and four steals and Chancee Lumas had 10 points to lead Murphy.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Aliso Niguel 67, Edison 60
Tournament MVP Michael Roll had 28 points and eight rebounds and all-tournament selection Terence Green added 14 points and seven assists for Aliso Niguel (6-0), which outscored Edison, 25-11, in the second quarter.
Aliso Niguel is ranked No. 25 by The Times. Kevin Reed led Edison (5-1) with 19 points.
Irvine University 68, Century 47
Junior forward Kenny Shin had 24 points and junior forward Steve Crooks added 16 for Irvine University (3-2). Century is 3-3.
Providence 64, Bell-Jeff 44
Andrew Nelson had 24 points for host Providence (4-1). Bell-Jeff is 0-3.
St. John Bosco 86, St. Paul 63
Daniel Hackett had 21 points and Kertd Elisaldez added 14 for St. John Bosco (3-2).
San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 63, Morro Bay 42
Michael Rohr-Robinson had 19 points for host Mission Prep (5-1). Alex Raj scored 12 for Morro Bay (2-4).
Friday, Dec. 10
Compton Centennial 66, Oak Park 50
Jervaughn Johnson had 26 points and 13 rebounds -- 11 offensive rebounds -- for Compton Centenniel (3-0). Oak Park (3-1) was led by Brian Wildt's 18 points. Compton Centennial will play in the tournament final at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
CANYON COUNTRY CANYON
Valencia 77, Cajon 76
Chad Allen had 23 points, including three three-pointers, and David Horst made the go-ahead lay-up with five seconds remaining for Valencia. Horst finished with 14 points. Valencia plays Palmdale Saturday at 4 p.m. for the tournament championship
Antelope Valley 70, Reseda 59
Mychal Bogan had 25 points for Antelope Valley.
Highland 86, North Hollywood 62
Tomoreo Allen had 38 points and Ron Holden added 19 to lead Highland past North Hollywood, which was led by Shayan Nabavi with 26 points.
Newbury Park 66, Canoga Park 65
Jordan Cameron had 23 points and 10 rebounds for Newbury Park (2-5). Aaron Perry had 28 points, and has scored 113 points in the tournaments, Ralph Turner scored 19 points for Canoga Park.
Hamilton 58, Palos Verdes 51 (OT)
CERRITOS VALLEY CHRISTIAN
La Salle 61, Valley Christian 40
Junior guard Ben Brekke scored 20 points, including four three-pointers and four assists, for La Salle (8-0). Valley Christian is 2-3.
Whitney 55, Mary Star 45
Khalit Boyd had 36 points for Whitney (4-2). Kenny Skale led Mary Star (0-3) with 23 points.
Temple City 62, Bolsa Grande 32
Cleveland 100, L.A. Wilson 66
Senior guard Jason Hill had 21 points, seven rebounds and five assists and junior guard Corey Duncan scored 18 points, all in the first half, for Cleveland (5-2).
Senior guard Chris Govan led L.A. Wilson (2-5) with 27 points, including six three-pointers.
Granada Hills 64, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 63
Michael Schindler made a three-pointer from the left wing in the final seconds to put Granada Hills up by one. Notre Dame, which trailed by as many as 15 in the first half, missed two layups in the last three seconds.
Schindler led Granada Hills (5-3) with 19, and teammate Jared Dacei had 16. Freshman Nigel Carter scored 22 points for Notre Dame (2-1).
Milken 53, Kilpatrick 45
Leo Grifka scored 31 points for Milken (6-1). Marcus Williams had 14 for Kilpatrick (1-5).
Renaissance Academy 83, Sherman Oaks CES 74
Leif Williams had 23 points, and Archie Robb had 20 for Renaissance Academy (5-1), which advances to the Saturday's 1 p.m. Ninth-Place game Robb had 12 points in a third quarter in which Renaissance Academy outscored Sherman Oaks CES 26-14 to take control.
Bosco Tech 63, Millikan 59 (OT)
Danny Vasquez scored 22 points for Bosco Tech (5-4). Teammate Tyler Polo had nine points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots. Millikan is 6-3.
Bosco Tech plays Santa Fe in the finals at 6 p.m. Saturday at Pioneer High School.
Santa Fe 46, Alhambra 43
Senior guard Arthur White had 23 points and 19 rebounds Alhambra (4-2). Sante Fe improved to 6-3.
El Rancho 44, Hoover 34
Julian Calderon led El Rancho (4-3) with 12 points, and Rudy Navarrete added 11 points and 10 assists.
La Mirada 75, Lawndale 43
Johnny Oronoz led La Mirada (4-1) with 19 points and six assists. Lawndale is now 4-3.
Montebello 77, Norwalk 69
Senior guard Marc Uribe had 18 points for Montebello (3-2).
San Gabriel 59, Sierra Vista 39
San Gabriel is 1-4.
Bassett 49, El Monte 39
Gardena Serra 65, St. Bernard 52
Senior guard Kelvin Wilson had 14 points and seven rebounds for Gardena Serra (5-2).
Junior guard Winsor Williams scored 16 for St. Bernard (3-2). Gardena Serra trailed, 34-33, at intermission; then outscored St. Bernard, 32-18, in the second half.
Brentwood 74, Torrance 72 Ben Kussman beat the buzzer with a 15-foot jump shot against multiple defenders for the win. Brentwood trailed by 10 after three quarters. Adam Howland hit a pair of three-pointers in the final quarter and led Brentwood (4-3) with 22 points. Kussman finished with 21, and teammate Andreas Schreiber added 16 points. Deon Thompson scored 26 points for Torrance.
El Segundo 53, Narbonne 38
Senior center Jamie Jones led El Segundo (6-1) with 15 points, 11 rebounds and nine blocked shots, and junior point guard Justin Johnson had 15 points and four assists.
Junior forward Bryce Davis added 10 points and seven rebounds. El Segundo is ranked No. 23 by The Times. Eules Thompson led Narbonne with 13 points.
Granada Hills Kennedy 45, Mira Costa 41
Kevin Story had 14 points and 11 rebounds in the loss for Mira Costa (4-3).
West Torrance 86, San Pedro 60
Darren Kirk had 21 points for West Torrance (5-2).
Village Christian 73, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 65 (OT) Hillcrest Christian overcame a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit to force overtime, but scored just two points against Village Christian's defense in the extra period.
Wayne Robinson led Village Christian (3-0) to Saturday's final, scoring 17 points. Hillcrest Christian's Ryan Haliday finished with a game-high 25.
Consolation Second Round
Santa Paula 70, Nordhoff 63 (OT)
A.J. Maulhardt had 16 points and Ryan Whitcomb had 13 points in the loss for Nordhoff (2-4), which trailed by 20 points in the second quarter. Santa Paula (1-5) outscored the Rangers 13-6 in overtime.
La Serna 47, Marina 40
David Hayashi led La Serna (4-2) with 14 points, all in the second half.
Bonita 67, Arcadia 53
Brock Zylstra scored 29 points, including six three-pointers, to go with eight rebounds and three assists for Bonita (4-2). Dan Wiltz had 24 points to lead Arcadia.
Corona Centennial 73, Charter Oak 57
Greg Smith had 14 points -- all in the third quarter -- and 15 rebounds for Corona Centennial (3-2). Corona Centennial's Ryan Burnett led all scorers with 19, hitting four three-pointers along the way.
Diamond Bar 63, Diamond Ranch 55
Albert Ramos had 18 points, three steals and four rebounds and Marselis Irving added 12 points and seven rebounds to avenge Diamond Bar's (4-1) only loss this season. Diamond Ranch is 4-1.
Diamond Bar will play in the Championship final against Glendora on Saturday at 8 p.m.
Glendora 67, Colony 62
Justin Sapp led Glendora (6-0) with 27 points, and Derek Jacobsen added 17. Stedman Merritt scored 29 points for Colony (5-1).
Rowland 61, Bellflower 48
Senior forward Eric Tabatabai had 30 points and 20 rebounds for Rowland (3-2) in a fourth-round game of the 24-team Glendora/Rowland tournament.
Rowland was down by as many as 15 in the first half but outscored Bellflower 25-12 in the second quarter to take a one-point lead into halftime. Rowland never trailed thereafter.
Claremont 56, Los Osos 34
Junior guard Michael Wells had 13 points and eight assists for Claremont (3-2).
Garey 65, Northview 59
Senior Derrick Pickett had 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter for Garey, which trailed by three after three quarters and outscored Northview, 27-18, in the fourth. Senior Osaar Rasshan led Garey with 21.
Jimmy House led Northview (4-2) with 23 points and nine rebounds, and teammate Adrian Acevedo had 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Apple Valley Christian 64, Excelsior 39
Wes Watts scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Apple Valley Christian (4-1), which will face Hesperia Christian for the tournament title Saturday evening. Peter Kuderle added 18 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists for Apple Valley Christian.
Hesperia Christian 74, Upland Christian 54
J.T. Stephens had 18 points and three assists for Upland Christian (2-3).
Hollywood 72, Garfield 61
Arturas Lazdauskas has 27 points for Hollywood (5-2). Gevork Nersisyan added 21 for the Sheiks.
Inglewood 52, Compton 51
L.A. Jordan (B) 63, Downtown Magnets 37
Desert Chapel 62, La Verne Lutheran 57
Desert Chapel led by 15 at halftime but needed a pair of putbacks by Brent Rausch and a couple of key foul shots by Lequinte Johnson in the final minutes to preserve the win.
Johnson led Desert Chapel (4-0) with 15 points, and Rausch and Denny Granger scored 10 each. Andrew MacElory had 23 points, including five three-pointers, for Lutheran (3-1).
Avalon 44, Eastside Christian 41
Ozzie Campos' driving lay-up with 11 seconds left gave Avalon (2-2) a three-point lead, and Eastside Christian missed a three-pointer at the buzzer. Campos led all scorers with 24 points while teammate George Hernandez had 16 rebounds.
Redlands Calvary Chapel 83, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 82
Freshman guard Joel Pulliam hit the last of his seven three-pointers at the buzzer to lift Redlands Calvary Chapel (1-4). He led the team with 25 points.
Tyler Anderson led Cornerstone Christian (0-3) with 27 points.
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY
Solana Beach Sante Fe Christian 64, St. Margaret's 40
Evan Guerrero had 14 points and Tyler Smith scored 11 points for St. Margaret's (3-1). Sante Fe Christian is 3-0.
La Jolla The Bishop's 66, Brethren Christian 57
Capistrano Valley Christian 58, Chula Vista Otay Ranch 43
Senior guard Scott Ross had 23 points and senior forward Scott MacRae had 22 points for Capistrano Valley Christian (4-1).
Sage Hill 53, San Diego San Ysidro 40
Senior guard Matt Loper had 20 points for Sage Hill (4-1).
St. Paul 71, Liberty Christian 31
Dion Fitzgerald scored 28 points for St. Paul (3-2). Liberty Christian is 1-4.
Kern Valley 73, West Wendover (Nev.) 69
Jimmy Eastes had 29 points to lead Kern Valley (2-2).
Kern Valley 71, Lone Pine 49
Jimmy Eastes scored 16 points for Kern Valley (1-2). Lone Pine is 4-3.
LOWRY (NEVEDA PREP CLASSIC)
Hug 75, Hawthorne 72
Costa Mesa 35, Newport Harbor 34
Jeff Waldon had 12 points for Costa Mesa (1-2). Newport Harbor is 0-4.
El Toro 69, Peninsula 43
El Toro improved to 4-0 while Peninsula fell to 4-3.
Northwood 88, Pleasant Grove (Utah) 81
Northwood freshman forward Zack Zaragoza scored 30 points, including six three-pointers. Senior guard Dan Selway added 22 points, 15 assists, and junior forward Tino Zaragoza, Zack's older brother, had 19 points.
Cody Bilbro led Pleasant Grove with 25 points, and Brady Atkinson had 23.
Northwood (3-2) will play in Saturday's finals against the winner of El Toro/Peninsula at 7 p.m. Pleasant Grove is 4-3.
Etiwanda 77, Clovis West 53
Darren Collison had 30 points for Etiwanda, including six three-pointers. David Carter added 17 and Jeff Pendergraph had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (4-0). Clovis West fell to 6-1.
Long Beach Poly 79, Calabasas 76 (2OT)
Long Beach Poly sopohomore Paul Frazell hit a late three-pointer to send the game into overtime. Redmond Parker of Calabasas hit a two-pointer with three seconds remaining to lead to double overtime, where Long Beach Poly pulled away with foul shots.
Chris Brown led Long Beach Poly with 24 points, and teammate Chris Peys had 22. Drew Housman led Calabasas (1-2) with 30 points.
San Juan Capistrano Serra 70, Laurinburg (N.C.) 56
South Pasadena 75, Pasadena Marshall 69
Ryan Harold scored 22 points and Cord Greene added 20 to lead South Pasadena (2-3).
St. Francis 48, San Marino 45
Senior center Kevin Peterson had 21 points and 11 rebounds for St. Francis (2-0). Corbin Jung scored 26 points to pace San Marino (4-3).
Faith Baptist 66, Pasadena Poly 65
Brett Pallin led Pasadena Poly (1-2) with 24 points while Jake Schorr added 14.
Faith Baptist led by as many as 14 and by 10 at the end of the third quarter but held on to advance to Saturday's 1:30 p.m. Pasadena Poly Tournament final against Maranatha.
La Salle 35, Pasadena Poly 22
Norco 64, Kaiser 48
David Norris II scored 11 of his 16 points, including three three-pointers, in a, 25-11, third-quarter that proved the difference for Norco (6-3). Adam Leitlein led Norco with 17 points, while Davin Tate led Kaiser with eight.
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Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 61, Cuyama Valley 40
Senior guard Kyle Brooks had 20 points and five assists, and sophomore forward Scott Menger scored 14 with 11 rebounds for Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian (1-3), which trailed, 30-26 at halftime. Cuyama Valley is 1-3.
Santa Clarita Christian 79, First Lutheran 40
Grant 84, Oaks Christian 72
Senior guard Mike Danielian scored 49 points, including five three-pointers, and was 15 of 29 from the field to lead Grant (1-3) to its first victory of the season. He scored 50 points in a losing effort against Thousand Oaks on Wednesday.
Harvard-Westlake 66, Westlake 44
Junior center Alex Stepheson had 19 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots for Harvard-Westlake (3-0), which is ranked No .8 by The Times. Sophomore forward Kieran Ramsey added 16 points and eight rebounds. Vince Carcio led Westlake with 15 points.
King-Drew 72, Murphy 59 Aaron Hill had 21 points, Blake Beeson 11 points and five assists, Sultan Toles-Bey 11 points and six rebounds, and Emanuel Osaseri nine rebounds for King-Drew (1-3).
Murphy (0-4) was led by Sean Cunningham's 32 points. He made 12 of 16 free throws.
Westchester 74, Mayfair 59
Marcus Johnson had 25 points to lead Westchester (4-0). Patrick Christopher had 24 points to lead Mayfair (2-1), which plays Leuzinger at 5 p.m. Saturday for third place. Westchester will play Dominguez in the championship game.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Aliso Niguel 55, Estancia 32
Aliso Niguel is 5-0 and is ranked No. 25 by The Times. Estancia is 3-2.
Century 52, Huntington Beach 50
With two seconds remaining, junior guard Daniel Lopez hit a 17-foot jumper for Century (3-2). Lopez finished with 18 points. Junior guard Matt Buckalew scored 29 for Huntington Beach (2-3).
Irvine University 80, Corona del Mar 48
Jonas Lalehzadeh had 19 points, Daniel Bryant had 15 points on five three-pointers, Steve Crooks added 14, and Kenny Shin chipped in 12 for University (2-2). The Trojans led 33-30 at the half, but outscored Corona del Mar (2-3) in the third quarter.
Eisenhower 70, Yucaipa 53
Jabbar Daniels had 25 points, six assists and four steals and Anthony Minor scored 17 for host Eisenhower (2-5).Tyler Luceck had 22 points for Yucaipa (2-3) .
Aquinas 64, Big Bear 54 (OT)
Cory Youmans had five of his 12 points in overtime for host Aquinas (4-1). Mike Mooney had 16 points for Big Bear (3-2). The game was tied at 52 at the end of regulation.
Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 67, Palm Valley 38
Senior forward Eric Schneider had 28 points, 14 rebounds and four blocked shots for Desert Christian (4-1). Cam Hoorey scored 10 points for Palm Valley (0-5).
Cerritos 77, Gahr 75
Andrew Castro knocked down three-pointer with about 30 seconds left to tie game at 75, then hit pair of free throws with seconds seconds to go for the win.
Castro led Cerritos (3-2) with 20 points. Andrew Arnold had 25 for Gahr (4-2).
Chaparral 66, Paloma Valley 62
Bert Whittington had 20 points and five steals for host Chaparral (5-1). Will Ceasar scored 25 for Paloma Valley (4-2).
Chino Hills 55, Don Lugo 43
Tim Sporrer had 12 points, three steals and four assists and Tony Harkey had nine points, 11 rebounds and three steals for host Chino Hills (2-1). Don Lugo fell to 2-2.
Dana Hills 62, Tesoro 50
Blaine Templeton had 19 points for Dana Hills (7-0), while Shaun Engle added 15 points and five assists and Brett Lorin had 12 points and eight rebounds. Tesoro is 2-4.
Downey 61, Gabrielino 51
Cedric Franklin and Devon McDonald both had 14 points for visiting Downey (3-3). Jonathon Arid scored 14 for Gabrielino (4-2).
Sophomore teammate Ryan Jockson, a guard, had 17 points and five steals. Alex Dimotsantos scored 24 points for Trinity Christian.
Downey Calvary Chapel 50, Pacific Hills 49
Eric McNey, who scored 15 points, hit a four-foot go-ahead shot with 3.8 seconds remaining in the game for host Calvary Chapel (4-2). Joshua Wade had 17 points for Pacific Hills (1-5).
Foothill 70, Mission Viejo 59
Travis Fullmer had 17 points and hit all but one of his six three-point attempts for visiting Foothill (3-3). Adrian Benales added 17 points and nine rebounds off the bench. Mission Viejo fell to 3-2.
Katella 69, Savanna 52
Junior guard Helbert Castillo had 19 points, including four three-pointers, for visiting Katella (5-2). Senior guard Tyler Mitchell led Savanna (2-4) with 19 points.
Malibu 50, South Bay Lutheran 33
Alex Becks and Mick Dupre each 10 points to lead host Malibu (5-1) over South Bay Lutheran (0-6).
Price 69, Long Beach Jordan 65 (OT)
Frank Henry-Ala hit a pair of free throws with 30 seconds remaining in overtime for a four-point Price lead. Marcus Palmer had 25 points and nine rebounds for Price (4-1).
San Gorgonio 72, Bloomington 64
Senior forward Alfred McLeod had 20 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks for host San Gorgonio (4-1). J.C. Fruto led Bloomington (4-4) with 20 points.
Santa Margarita 65, Woodbridge 37
James Keefe scored 23 points and 21 rebounds for Santa Margarita (5-1), followed by Chane Martin and Christian Hernandez with nine each. Jason Gill led Woodbridge (2-4) with 16 points.
Crenshaw 79, Crossroads 76
Norm Nixon Jr. had 31 points for Crossroads (3-3). Perry Baggett had 16 points for for host Crenshaw (1-0).
Fairmont Prep 52, Trinity Christian (Las Vegas, Nev.) 49 (OT)
Junior forward Austin Clemons scored the only points of the overtime period, a three-pointer with about 1:30 remaining, to lift Fairmont Prep (3-5). He led the Huskies with 20 points and four rebounds.
Thursday, Dec. 9
La Canada 68, Montclair 38
Senior guard Craig Ballard had 15 points and five assists and senior forward Philip Anderson chipped in 13 points and nine rebounds for La Canada (4-0). Senior forward Larry Gordon led Montclair (3-3) with 20 points.
Keppel 46, Pomona 43
Brandon Shimasaki and Felix Trieu each had 15 points and Marc Gupilan added 14 to lead Keppel (8-0). Kelly Johnson had 16 points for Pomona. Keppel will face La Canada in the championship game on Saturday.
Covina 44, Bell Gardens 27
Monti Sutton had 12 points for Covina (4-2). Bell Gardens is 2-4.
Monrovia 56, West Covina 47
John Sedberry had 16 points for Monrovia. Derrick Wiltz had 18 points and 12 rebounds for West Covina (2-3). Monrovia led, 30-23, at halftime.
Workman 55, Walnut 49 (OT)
Javier Morales scored 17 points to lead host Workman (4-1). Jonathan M'Isaas scored 20 points for Walnut.
Beverly Hills 63, New Roads 48
Don Choi scored 19 points to lead host Beverly Hills (4-3). Avery Harrington scored 11 points for New Roads.
L.A. Hamilton 79, Verdugo Hills 51
Kenneth Bell had 13 points for Hamilton. Chris Martin had 15 points to lead Verdugo Hills (1-7).
Culver City 77, Barker College B (Australia) 18
Morningside 66, Barker College A (Australia) 16
Simi Valley 44, Buena 32
Caise Burris had 19 points, including five three-pointers, for Simi Valley (5-2), which led 25-19 at halftime. Mike Rodgers added 14 points and 17 rebounds for the Pioneers. Jeff Cordial scored eight points for Buena, which was held to three field goals in the second half.
CANYON COUNTRY CANYON
Antelope Valley 60, North Hollywood 59
Mychal Bogan scored 22 points and hit the go-ahead three-footer with two seconds left for visiting Antelope Valley (2-1). Daytwan Mayfield scored 19 points for North Hollywood (1-4).
Cajon 79, Highland 50
James Simmons scored 24 points for Cajon, and Tomoreo Allen had 24 points for Highland.
Canoga Park 67, Reseda 65
Ralph Turner had 31 points for Canoga Park, hitting six three-pointers.
Chatsworth 71, Newbury Park 59
Brandon Harris had 18 points, including four 3-pointers for Chatsworth (6-2). Jordan Cameron had 23 points, seven rebounds and three steals for Newbury Park (1-5).
Palmdale 45, Canyon Country Canyon 37
Palmdale will play in the championship game at 4 p.m. on Saturday
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La Salle 77, Whitney 46
Ben Brekke had 25 points to lead La Salle (7-0). Khalif Boyd had 23 points to lead Whitney (1-3).
Temple City 49, Mary Star 46
Jon Adling and Ken Li both scored 14 points for visiting Temple City (4-0). Kenny Skale and Darren Estes both scored 12 points for Mary Star (0-2).
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Cathedral City 63, Elsinore 57
Nicholas Johnson scored 20 points for Cathedral City (2-2). Elsinore fell to 1-4.
Palm Desert 70, Miller 66
Justin Sobczyk scored 22 points to lead host Palm Desert (3-1). Miller is 2-2.
Temescal Canyon 60, Redlands East Valley 53
Matt Nunez had 19 points, nine rebounds and Bryan Byrd had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Temescal Canyon (4-0) over Redlands East Valley (7-1).
Granada Hills 77, Hart 75
Aaron Gdewonyo had 14 points and eight assists to lead visiting Granada Hills (4-3).
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 55, El Camino 48
Matija Fistrovic had 22 points for Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (2-0).
Renaissance Academy 55, Valley Alternative 36
Leis Williams scored 24 points for Renaissance Academy (4-1).
Alhambra 48, Cantwell Sacred Heart 43
Senior guard Arthur White had 19 points and 13 rebounds for Alhambra (4-1). Cantwell Sacred Heart is 3-4.
Bosco Tech 66, Lawndale 53
Danny Vasquez had 26 points, including six three-pointers, for Bosco Tech (4-4). Lawndale is 4-4.
Santa Fe 64, La Habra 63
Sergio Nunez banked in a three-point shot at the buzzer for the decisive points for Santa Fe in a victory at La Habra.
Matt Border, a 6'9" center, had 28 points, eight rebounds and 10 blocked shots. Border's last blocked shot went out of bounds, giving Santa Fe its final possession with three seconds left.
El Rancho 77, Serrano 74 (3OT)
Point guard Rudy Navarrete had 31 points and six assists and Manuel Flores had 21 points and six rebounds for El Rancho (3-3). Navarrete scored the final five points of the third overtime and stole the ball with eight seconds left to seal the game for the Dons. Harrison Gaines had 34 to lead Serrano (3-4).
Millikan 79, La Mirada 72
Johnny Oronoz had 38 points, the third time in four games he has scored 30 or more points, for La Mirada (3-1), but the Matadores fell in to Millikan (5-2).
Oronoz scored 15 points on three-point baskets, and he had 11 of his points in the second quarter. Tim Reich added 10 points for the Matadors.
Montebello 73, Sierra Vista 62
Mark Uribe scored 28 points to lead visiting Montebello (2-2).
Santa Monica 61, Brentwood 58 (2OT)
Will Freedman had 14 points to lead Santa Monica (4-2). Akil Gainer converted four free-throw attempts in the final minute of the second overtime to seal the win for the Vikings.
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 50, Santa Paula 46
Freshman guard Dallas Rutherford had 21 points and senior forward Drew Rigney chipped in 20 for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (4-1).
L.A. Baptist 52, Santa Ynez 35
Jordan Escoto led L.A. Baptist (2-1) with 16 points. L.A. Baptist fell behind, 9-3, after one quater; then outscored Santa Ynez (2-4) 22-5 second-quarter.
Village Christian 59, Nordhoff 56
Senior guard Ian Adams had 23 points for Village Christian (2-0). Mike Youngblood scored 12 points for Nordhoff (2-3).
La Serna 58, Garden Grove Pacifica 45
Jeremy Jose scored 17 points to lead visiting La Serna (3-2).
Colony 73, Los Osos 67
Brandon Davis had 21 points, eight rebounds and five steals to lead visiting Colony (5-0), which came back from a 17-point third quarter deficit. Eric Williams added 17 points for the Titans and went nine-of-nine on free throws in the fourth quarter.
Chase Cathcart scored 19 points for Los Osos (3-2).
Diamond Bar 55, Northview 51
Colin Robinson scored 20 points for host Diamond Bar (3-1). Jimmy House scored 15 points for Northview (4-1).
Glendora 66, Claremont 60
Coach Mike LeDuc won his 600th game, and James Powell had 39 points for Glendora (5-0).
Charter Oak 54, Bellflower 41
William Harris had 29 points and 13 rebounds to lead visiting Charter Oak (3-1).
Damien 43, Bishop Amat 29
Senior center Nick Bright had 15 points and junior guard Brandon Moreland added 13 for Damien (5-3). Bishop Amat slipped to 1-4.
Corona Centennial 54, Rowland 41
Anthony Goods had 21 points for Corona Centennial (2-2). Rowland is 2-2.
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Brethren Christian 53, Escondido Calvin Christian 52
With three seconds remaining, senior forward Tyler Ternef stole the ball away for Brethren Christian (6-0). Ternef lef Brethren Christian with 17 points.
Coronado 46, Sage Hill 36
Alez Guard had 15 points to lead Coronado (3-0). Matt Loper had 13 points and Jamie McGee had 11 points for Sage Hill (3-1).
St. Margaret's 55, Las Vegas Meadows 46
Corey Fava had 18 points and 10 assists to lead visiting St. Margaret's (3-0). Las Vegas Meadows is 2-3.
St. Paul 77, Liberty Christian 47
Jesse Maldonado scored 35 points and hit four three-pointers for Liberty Christian (1-3). Visiting St. Paul (2-2) led 49-22 at halftime.
Carlsbad La Costa Canyon 63, Peninsula 52
Chad Budinger scored 38 points to lead host Carlsbad La Costa Canyon (1-1). Peninsula is 4-2.
El Toro 73, Temecula 57
Darryl Best and Kelvin Kim each had 14 points to lead El Toro, (4-0) which is ranked No. 10 by The Times. David Hall and Ian Bryant led Temecula (2-4) with 11 points each.
Pleasant Grove (Utah) 51, Newport Harbor 46
Brady Atkinson led Pleasant Grove with 18 points. Brett Perrine had 15 points and 15 rebounds and Tony Yaghjian added 14 points for Newport Harbor (0-3).
Clovis West 60, Ocean View 49
Mike Coakley scored 23 points for Clovis West.
Muir 77, Alemany 72 (OT)
Alex Finley had 25 points for Muir (2-1), Theo Edwards scored 33 with 12 rebounds, and Alex Baltazar added 24 points, including four 3-pointers, for Alemany (2-5). Baltazar hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime.
Fontana 48, Laguna Hills 40
Pasadena Marshall 65, Faith Baptist 64
Mark Sutton led Pasadena Marshall (3-3) with 22 points and is averaging 23.8 per game this season. He also had nine rebounds and four steals. Pasadena Marshall was outscored 29-9 in the final quarter but held on to win the first-round game. For Faith Baptist (0-1), Andy Tayakchian had 25 points and Dillon Weerasinght added 20.
San Marino 59, Oakwood 39
Corbin Jung had 32 points for San Marino (4-2). Oakwood fell to 1-4.
South Pasadena 69, Pasadena Poly 52
Chris Bryant had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead South Pasadena (1-3).
St. Francis 53, Maranatha 31
Kevin Peterson had 18 points and nine rebounds for St. Francis in its season opener.
Arroyo Valley 97, Ramona 67
Claude Williams scored a school-record 46 points, including 17 in the first quarter, and added 10 assists and six steals to lead host Arroyo Valley (4-3).
Williams broke his own school record of 41, set last week against Alta Loma in the Pasadena Tournament. Kenny Thurston had a triple double for the Hawks with 10 points, 10 rebounds, and a school-record 15 assists.
Maurice McGee scored 24 points and Mike Johnson added 23 for Ramona (2-3).
Rancho Verde 71, San Clemente 49
Senior forward Kenny Collins finished with 21 points, and senior guard Bryant Williams scored 19, including five 3-pointers for Rancho Verde (4-0), which outscored San Clemente (3-2), 20-8, in the second quarter.
Norco 63, Rim of the World 42
Adam Leitien had 26 points and Shaughn Hull added 20 for Norco (5-3). Cory Oakes had 18 points for Rim of the World (3-4).
Pasadena 90, San Diego City 88 (OT)
Pasadena rallied from a 28-point first-half deficit for its first win of the season. Down 49-34 at the half, the Bulldogs (1-5) started the come back in the third quarter.
In overtime, Bryant Collins hit a three-pointer with 1:04 left, and Jamal Myers won it with a jumper with 23 seconds remaining. Steve Collins, Bryant's brother, led Pasadena with 21 points and Devon Thomas added 18.
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Cuyama Valley 55, First Lutheran 53
Visiting Cuyama Valley came back from an eight-point deficit with one minute remaining. Adrian Vargas had 23 points and 12 rebounds for First Lutheran (0-2).
Mayfair 73, King-Drew 62
Junior guard Patrick Christopher had 21 points for Mayfair (2-0).
Westchester 85, Murphy 41
Marcus Johnson had 14 points for Westchester (3-0) in a victory over visiting Murphy. Sean Cunningham had 13 points and Chancee Lumas added 12 points for Murphy (0-3).
Hawthorne 78, North Tahoe 23
Chanderrick Tyson had 24 points and 10 rebounds and Brandon Richardson added 21 points, including five three-pointers, for visiting Hawthorne (5-1).
Summit View 62, Westview 56
Adrian Cueva had 19 points and 12 rebounds for host Summit View (2-1, 2-0), which led 27-20 at halftime. Westview is 3-2, 0-1.
Granite Hills 71, Sultana 49
Andrew Ellis had 10 points, eight rebounds, eight steals and seven assists to lead Granite Hills (4-1). Host Sultana is 0-6.
Highland Hall 66, Southwestern Academy 37
Alex Ramirez had 21 points for Highland Hall (4-2). Anthony Nawrozini had 16 for Southwest Academy (1-2).
Rancho Cucamonga 53, Don Lugo 41
Calvin Mitchell scored 14 points and D.J. Teverbangh had 13 to lead Rancho Cucamonga. Micah Hamilton and Wayne Freeman each scored 13 for Don Lugo (2-1). Jamil Greenwood, Don Lugo's leading scorer, hurt his left calf muscle and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks.
Tarbut V'torah 78, Palm Valley 48
Jamie Stopnitzky had 38 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists and Eli Zevin had 15 points and 14 rebounds for Tarbut V'torah (6-0). Garrett Hookey had 14 points and 10 rebounds for host Palm Valley (0-4).
Valley Torah 52, Viewpoint 41
Simon Brookim had 21 points for visiting Valley Torah (1-1). Viewpoint fell to 3-3.
Western 63, Buena Park 25
Matthew Goodloe had 12 points and Tyler Knoblett had 11 points, including three three-pointers, for host Western (3-2). Buena Park dropped to 1-4.
Fairmont Prep 62, Lake Mead (Nev.) 57
Ryan Jocson had 32 points, including six three-pointers, to lead Fairmont Prep (2-5) over Lake Mead (5-1).
Carbondale (Ill.) 78, Lynwood 73 (OT)
Wednesday, Dec. 8
La Canada 71, Duarte 57
Philip Anderson had 18 points, 15 rebounds, and five blocked shots to lead visiting La Canada (3-0). Duarte is 2-2.
Keppel 67, West Covina 55
Brandon Shimasaki scored 29 points, including six of seven three-pointers, and Marc Gupilan added 16 for host Keppel (7-0). The Aztecs will face Pomona tomorrow night in the semifinals. Derrick Wiltz scored 21 points for West Covina (2-2).
Montclair 62, Los Altos 47
Senior guard-forward Larry Gordon had 22 points and eight rebounds, and junior guard Nate Richardson added 15 points and five assists for Montclair (3-2). Forward Chapelle Brown led Los Altos (1-1) with 17 points.
Pomona 59, Monrovia 51 (2 OT)
Workman 63, Arroyo 46
Workman is 3-1.
Compton Centennial 63, Buena 41
Tyre Thompson recorded 24 points, 10 rebounds and five steals and Jervaughn Johnson added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Centennial (2-0), ranked No. 7 by The Times.
Dorsey 78, Beverly Hills 47
Marquise Dubose and Cameron Granville both scored 17 points and Kyle Gibson added 16 for visiting Dorsey (2-0). Don Choi scored 15 points for Beverly Hills.
Oak Park 57, Simi Valley 46
Zach Greenwald had 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists for Oak Park (3-0). He was also 6 of 6 from the free-throw line. Teammate Jason Fahn recorded 15 points and was 4 for 7 free line, and Blake Wildt added 10 points, six rebounds. 3-0 Caise Burris had 14 points for Simi Valley (4-2). Oak Park plays Compton Centennial in the semifinals, Friday at 6 p.m.
Orange Lutheran 70, New Roads 32
Palos Verdes 57, Bishop Diego 50
Palos Verdes improves to 3-2. Bishop Diego is 4-1
CANYON COUNTRY CANYON First Round
Antelope Valley 67, Canoga Park 57
Aaron Perry had 34 points, including a tournament-record eight three-pointers, in the loss for Canoga Park. Randy Burton had 16 for Antelope Valley.
North Hollywood 76, Reseda 58
Josh Hernandez led North Hollywood with 33 points, including five three-pointers.
Valencia 70, Chatsworth 65
Junior Teddy Goetz had 24 to lead Valencia.
Canyon Country Canyon 65, Newbury Park 32
Canyon improves to 2-5 with the victory.
North Hollywood 76, Reseda 58
Joshua Hernandez scored 31 points and David Updegrove added 13 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists for visiting North Hollywood (1-3). Reseda is 0-2.
Cajon 59, Palmdale 49
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Cerritos Valley Christian 56, Mary Star 48
Simeon Spurling scored 14 points to lead Valley Christian (1-1). Steven Fiamengo had 18 points to lead Mary Star (0-1).
La Salle 54, Bolsa Grande 37
Scott Jones led La Salle (6-0) with 14 points, eight rebounds and two blocks. Teammate Ben Brekke had 15 points, including four three-pointers. James Tifrea led Bolsa Grande (2-3) with 11 points.
Temple City 60, Whitney 54
Steven Soong scored 24 points and John Adling had 18 points and 10 rebounds for host Temple City (3-0). Raul Basbauapatana scored 17 points for Whitney.
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Cathedral City 86, Blythe Palo Verde 31
Sean Allen had 19 points and Nicholas Johnson added 18 for Cathedral City, and Terry McCoy led Blythe Palos Verdes with 17.
Redlands East Valley 74, Palm Desert 63
Darnell Ferguson had 23 points to lead Redlands East Valley (7-0). Justin Sobczyk had 26 points and seven assists for Palm Desert (2-1).
Milken 59, Blair 50
Senior guard Leo Griska scored 28 points, including five three-pointers and 11-of-14 free throws to lead host Milken (5-1).
La Habra 56, Hoover 42
Matt Border had 16 points and six blocked shots to lead host La Habra (3-1). Zare Zagarian had 17 points and 11 rebounds for Hoover (2-1).
La Mirada 42, Alhambra 39
Josh Robbins had 14 points and eight rebounds and Johnny Oronoz added 13 points for host La Mirada (3-0). Alhambra is 3-1.
Lawndale 53, El Monte 36
Sophomore guard Gerard Nealy led Lawndale (3-1) with 11 points and 11 rebounds, followed by sophomore guard Brandon Davis with 10 points. El Monte is 1-3.
Millikan 66, Bosco Tech 56
Dave Porter scored 22 points for visiting Millikan (4-3). Tyler Polo had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Bosco Tech (3-4).
Gardena Serra 48, Narbonne 40
Senior guard Kelvin Wilson had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Gardena Serra (4-2).
St. Bernard 52, El Segundo 46
Chris Ceballos scored 13 points and Marcus Mitchell had 12 for St. Bernard (3-1). Jamie Jones and Justin Johnson scored 14 points each for No. 23 El Segundo (5-1)
Mira Costa 75, Salesian 39
Senior center Andrew McLellan had 14 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 blocks, and senior guard Gerald Johnson scored 12 for Mira Costa (4-2). Mira Costa led 35-9 at half
Championship Second Round
Diamond Bar 86, Bellflower 53
Senior guard Colin Robinson had 29 points, including three 3-pointers, while chipping in five rebounds and three assists for Diamond Bar (2-1). Diamond Bar's junior guard Albert Ramos added 17 points and seven steals. Mike Jamerson had 14 points for Bellflower (3-4).
Diamond Ranch 79, Rowland 45
Dante Smith recorded 31 points and nine steals for Diamond Ranch (4-0). Rowland is 1-2.
Los Osos 63, Bonita 56
Chase Cathcart scored 26 points and Brandon Cunningham added 11 points and eight rebounds for visiting Los Osos (3-1). Brock Zylstra scored 21 points for Bonita (3-1).
Northview 55, Charter Oak 42
Northview outscored Charter Oak, 14-8, in both the second and third quarters to pull away. Joe Allred led a balanced effort for Northview (4-0) with 13 points, followed by Jimmy House with 12 points and 16 rebounds, Sean Reilly with 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Adrian Acezedo with 11 points and seven rebounds Will Harris led Charter Oak (2-1) with 13 points.
Bishop Amat 59, Paramount 40
Korbin McCarthy scored 14 points to lead Bishop Amat (1-3).
Damien 63, Rosemead 28
Drew Turner scored 14 points and hit four three-pointers for visiting Damien (4-3).
Garey 68, Corona Centennial 55
Senior Dennis Gilleylen scored 18 points and senior Ozar Rashon had 17 points for Garey (2-1). Anthony Goods had 23 points and Ryan Burnett added 1 for 7 Centennial (1-2).
Glendora 48, Arcadia 46
James Powell made three free throws with 3.6 seconds to lift Glendora. Powell scored 23 points for the Tartans (4-0).
Apple Valley Christian 68, Vasquez 56
Senior forward Justin Nunes scored a carrer-high 39 points and added 11 rebounds for Apple Valley Christian. Senior point guard Peter Kudrle added 22 points and eight assists for the Warriors. Justin Brewer had 22 points for Vasquez.
Upland Christian 66, Victor Valley 51
Andy Touche led Upland Christian (2-2) with 19 points and 10 rebounds, followed by J.T. Stephens with 15 points and six assists and Travis Keith with 13 points and seven steals.
Hollywood 71, Roosevelt 44
Gevork Nersisyan had 22 points for Hollywood (4-2), making four of six three-pointers. George Parrales had 24 for Roosevelt.
Inglewood 66, Taft JV 55
Compton 53, L.A. Jordan JV 46
Garfield 74, Downtown Magnets 56
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY
Brethren Christian 65, Calipatria 39
Andrew Fischer led Brethren Christian (5-0) with 19 points, followed by Ethan Strong with 14. Jose Renteria led Calipatria (1-1) with 14 points.
Capistrano Valley Christian 65, El Cajon Christian 42
Senior forward Scott MacRae scored 23 points, including three 3-pointers, senior guard Scott Ross added 20 points, which included four three-pointers, and junior forward Nick Cooper pulled down 11 rebounds for Capistrano Valley (4-0).
Sage Hill 58, San Diego Lutheran 16
Matt Loper scored 21 points to lead visiting Sage Hill (3-0). San Diego Lutheran is 0-1.
Solana Beach Santa Fe Christian 69, Linfield Christian 36
Host Santa Fe Christian (1-0) led 20-9 after one quarter and 40-20 at halftime. Linfield Christian is 0-1.
St. Margaret's 53, San Diego Preuss 37
Tyler Smith had 18 points and Evan Guerrero had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting St. Margaret's (2-0). Preuss is 1-1.
Arrowhead Christian 79, Aquinas 59
Tyler Light scored 24 points, including four three-pointers, and Cary Overholt had 12 points for Arrowhead Christian (5-1). Camerin Flores led Aquinas (2-1) with 23 points.
Pleasant Grove (Utah) 42, Costa Mesa 39
Senior forward Jeff Waldron had 13 points and junior guard Brian Molina added 10 for Costa Mesa (0-1).
Long Beach Poly 41, Alemany 35
Chris Brown scored 20 points for host Long Beach Poly (1-1), ranked No. 22 by the Times. Alex Baltazar scored 13 points to lead Alemany (2-4).
Etiwanda 79, Laurinburg Prep (North Carolina) 65
Senior guard Darren Collison had 18 points and senior guard Daniel Houtz added 14 for Etiwanda (3-0).
Rim of the World 69, Norte Vista 51
James Young scored 22 points and Sean Brake added 18 points for visiting Rim of the World (3-3). Norte Vista is 1-5.
Upland 79, Norco 68
Senior guard Joey Scott had 23 points, sophomore point guard Willie Trimble had 15 points and eight assists and freshman forward Thomas Colbert finished with 14 points and 15 rebounds for Upland (3-1). Shaughan Hull had 18 points to lead Norco (4-3). Upland will play host Riverside Poly in the quarterfinals at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Colony 77, San Dimas 62
Stedman Merritt scored 20 points and Pierre Baker added 17 points and four steals for visiting Colony (4-0). Justin Dang scored 27 points for San Dimas (2-3).
Harvard-Westlake 78, Lancaster 71
Senior guard Ed White had 20 points, including two 3-pointers, with nine assists, and junior center Alex Stepheson scored 19 with 18 rebounds for Harvard-Westlake (2-0). Guard Chad McDaniel led Lancaster with 18 points.
Oaks Christian 64, Monroe 55
Matt Hornbuckle and Brandon Denham each scored 18 points as Oaks Christian (2-4) avenged a 65-54 loss to Monroe (5-2) in last week's Simi Valley tournament.
Thousand Oaks 84, Grant 66
Bobby Macias scored 22 and Shane Poppen had 24 for Thousand Oaks (2-0). Mike Danielian scored 50 for Grant (0-3). Danielian hit five three-pointers in the first quarter and eight in the game. He shot 17-of-30 from the field and eight of nine from the foul line. His 50 points tied Gilbert Arenas' school record from December 1998.
Aliso Niguel 52, Huntington Beach 22
Michael Roll had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead host Aliso Niguel (4-0), ranked No. 25 by the Times. Huntington Beach is 1-2.
Edison 53, Corona del Mar 32
Kevin Reed scored 14 points and T.J. Lipuld added 12 for visiting Edison (3-0), who will face Fountain Valley in Friday's semifinal.
Estancia 45, Century 33
Carlos Pinto scored 21 points for Estancia (3-0). Century is 1-2. Estancia will play Aliso Niguel in Friday's semifinals.
Leuzinger 73, Locke 38
Russell Westbrook scored 22 points and Chris Jackson had 17 for Leuzinger (1-1). Tyree Beals scored 13 to lead Locke (1-6).
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA Championship Quarterfinals
Fountain Valley 63, Irvine University 57
Sophomore guard Dan Morris had 16 points for Fountain Valley (6-0). Junior forward Jonas Lalehzaden led Irvine University (1-2) with 16.
Windward 57, Yeshiva 55
Host Yeshiva led most of the way, but Windward surged ahead in the final minute for the win. Romeo Miller led Windward with 23 points, and Cedric Latimer added 13. Robert Karpeles had 20 points, seven rebounds and Sammy Clifford 10 points and eight rebounds for Yeshiva (3-2, 0-1).
Anaheim Canyon 49, Valencia 45
Jeremy Anderson hit a three-pointer with 30 seconds remaining to break a 42-all tie, and Joe Thorpe hit four of his six free throws down the stretch for the win.
Thorpe led Canyon (4-1) with 22 points, followed by Anderson with nine. Teammate Jordan Priest pulled in 12 rebounds. Rashad Chambers led Valencia (3-2) with 13 points.
Baldwin Park 46, Mountain View 39
Erik Estrada scored 11 points for host Baldwin Park (2-2). Freddy Gonzalez led Mountain View (1-2) with 19.
Capistrano Valley 64, Woodbridge 37
Forward Chad de Casas had 22 points and center Keith Wilkinson scored 18, including three 3-pointers, for visiting Capistrano Valley (6-0), ranked No. 15 by The Times. Woobridge is 2-3.
Chaparral 76, West Valley 60
Senior guard Bert Whittington led visiting Chaparral (4-1) with 25 points. Guard J.R. Gomez tallied 17 points for West Valley (2-3).
Dana Hills 54, Laguna Hills 33
Garrett Lavan led Dana Hills (6-0) with 12 points. Laguna Hills is 0-5.
Foothill 60, El Modena 30
Junior forward Adrian Banales came off the bench and scored 19 points with nine rebounds for host Foothill (2-3). El Modena is 0-5.
Katella 45, Sunny Hills 42
Chris Camus scored 19 for Sunny Hills (2-3).
Long Beach Jordan 61, Santa Margarita 50
D'Andre Denan scored 18 points to lead host Long Beach Jordan (3-2), which upset Santa Margarita, the No. 5-ranked team by The Times. James Keefe had 13 points, eight rebounds and five blocks for Santa Margarita (4-1).
Pilibos 56, Pasadena Marshall 53
A pair of free throws by Mike Nalbandian put Pilibos up by six with 15 seconds to go. Marcus Corner hit a three-pointer for Marshall with 4.5 seconds remaining, but the Eagles could not regain possession. Nalbandian and Arshag Chahinian led Pilibos (5-1) with 21 points each. Mark Sutton led Marshall (2-3) with 21 points, and teammate Derrick Strings added 19.
San Gabriel Academy 78, Loma Linda Academy 60
Chris Pickens scored 25 points and Sean Palmer added 19 points and 15 rebounds for host San Gabriel Academy.
Sonora 65, Savanna 43
Rashon Haraison scored 20 points and hit four three-pointers and Mirch Calmer scored 15 points and hit five three-pointers for host Sonora (2-4). Savanna is 2-3.
Tarbut V'Torah 63, Animo 43
Jamie Stopnitzky had 19 and nine assists and Jarad Bruss had 15 rebounds for Tarbut V'Torah (5-0). Hamid Ford had 25 points and Roy Fields added 15 points for Animo (1-3).
Tuesday, Dec. 7
Keppel 49, Workman 31
Felix Prieu had 20 points for Keppel (6-0). Julio Ruiz had 11 points in the loss for Workman (2-1).
West Covina 73, Arroyo 41
Derrick Wiltz had 34 points and 11 rebounds and Marcus Bailey had 16 points for West Covina (2-1).
Monrovia 53, Walnut 48
Pomona 57, Bravo 44
Compton Centennial 71, Culver City 51
Tyre Thompson had 20 points and six rebounds and Jervaughn Johnson added 16 points and eight rebounds for Compton Centennial (1-0) in a victory over Culver City at Beverly Hills.
The Apaches face Buena in the second round on Wednesday.
Oak Park 71, Barker College A (Australia) 24
Brian Lampos had 18 points and six rebounds, and Blake Wildt had 16 points and seven rebounds. Jason Fahn 11 points, three and tw oassists for Oak Park (2-0).
Simi Valley 43, Morningside 41
Caise Burris scored 17, including five three-pointers for Simi Valley. Joshua Gordon scored 17 for Morningside, which was two for nine from the free-throw line in the second half.
Buena 72, Barker College B (Australia) 14
Compton Centennial 71, Culver City 51
CANYON COUNTRY CANYON
Chatsworth 75, Canyon Country Canyon 55
Anthony Edwards led Chatsworth (5-1) with 23 points and 11 rebounds, and Brandon Harris had 17 points, including five three-pointers. Lucas Guidroz led Canyon with 11 points.
Palmdale 66, North Hollywood 59
Xavier Johnson had 23 points and Louis Barham added 12 points for Palmdale, which had a 21-point lead cut down the stretch but hung on for a victory.
Josh Hernandez scored 17 of his 21 points in the second half for North Hollywood. Shayan Nabavi added 17 points, including 13 in the second half.
Newbury Park 61, Reseda 47
Valencia 70, Antelope Valley 59
Highland 102, Canoga Park 93
CHULA VISTA EASTLAKE
Temescal Canyon 70, Blythe Palo Verde 33
Matt Nunez led Temescal Canyon (3-0) with 24 points and 12 rebounds, followed by Noah Petrich with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Brian Byrd with 14 points and five steals. Palos Verdes is 4-3.
Cleveland 95, AGBU 28
Corey Duncan had 19 points, Bubba Atkins added 16 points and five rebounds and De'Andre Myles had 11 assists for Cleveland (3-2) in a victory over AGBU.
Hart 72, Sherman Oaks CES 56
Ryan Russell had 26 points for Hart (2-1), which led, 45-19, at halftime, in a victory over Sherman Oaks CES (1-2).
El Rancho 56, El Monte 31
Senior, 5' 10", point guard Rudy Navarrete scored 29 points and had nine rebounds for host El Rancho (2-3). Eddie Ceja had 10 for El Monte (2-2).
Hoover 61, Montebello 42
Zare Zagaryan had 22 points and nine rebounds for Hoover (2-0). Montebello is 1-2.
Santa Monica 75, San Pedro 56
Senior Jason Deutchman of Santa Monica (3-2) had 31 points and 15 rebounds and teammate junior Terrance Boozer added 11 points, including 8 of 9 free throws in the last 1:50 of the game.
Torrance 66, West Torrance 62
Ryan Wheeler hit a pair of free throws in the final seconds to seal the win for Torrance (5-0), which led by as many as 10 earlier in the final quarter.
Deon Thompson had 21 points and 13 rebounds for Torrance, and Wheeler added 15 points, eight rebounds and six assists.
Jun Uchida had 16 points for West Torrance (3-2).
Marina 63, Garden Grove Pacifica 54
After trailing by two going into the final quarter, Matt Molino scored seven of his 15 points to lead a 21-10 fourth-quarter charge by Marina.
Jeff Velaunay led Marina (2-0) with 20 points. Donald Thomas led Pacifica (2-2) with 24 points.
Bonita 55, Nogales 52
After trailing by four late in the fourth quarter, Bonita outscored Nogales, 9-2, in the final three minutes for the win.
Senior forward Daryl Jones led Bonita (3-0) with 13 points and eight rebounds, and teammates Brian Campa and Brock Zylstra had nine points each.
Adam Robles scored 16 points for Nogales (1-3). 3-0
Colony 85, Chino 47
Stedman Merritt scored 21 points and Brandon Davis had 16 points, five rebounds and five steals for Colony (3-0). D'Anthony Peterson added 13 points for Colony. Chino is 1-4.
Corona Centennial 77, Damien 48
Jovan Bryant had 18 points and eight rebounds and Anthony Goods had 17 points and six assists for Corona Centennial (1-1). Damien fell to 0-2.
Glendora 79, La Puente 26
James Powell had 29 points and Justin Sapp had 26 for Glendora (3-0).
Northview 77, Paramount 65
Senior forward Jimmy House had 32 points and 13 rebounds, and junior forward Sean Reilly added 14 points and seven assists for Northview (3-0). Junior Brendan Daye led Paramount (3-3) with 21 points.
Joshua Springs 89, Redlands Calvary Chapel 82
Joshua Springs led by 16 in the first half and held off Calvary Chapel down the stretch. Kyle McClay led Joshua Springs (2-0) with 19 points. Lewis Scheer led Calvary Chapel (0-4) with 23 points and 14 rebounds.
Arrowhead Christian 82, L.A. Adventist 36 Ben Lee had 20 of his 22 points in the first half and Eric Imperio had 17 points and eight assists for Arrowhead Christian (4-1) in a victory at La Sierra Academy.
El Toro 73, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon 48
Kelvin Kim had 19 points, including four three-pointers, and five assists and Jonathan Johnson had 16 points and five assists to lead El Toro (3-0), which went on a 23-7 run in the fourth quarter.
Chase Budinger had 22 points for La Costa Canyon (0-1). The Chargers are ranked No. 10 by The Times.
Northwood 56, Newport Harbor 49
Zack Zaragoza had 15 points and Chris O'Brien and Dan Selway added 10 points apiece for Northwood (1-2) in a victory over Newport Harbor (0-2).
Brett Perrine had game-highs of 29 points and 19 rebounds to lead the Sailors.
Clovis West 62, Calabasas 61
Drew Housman had a game-high 29 points to go with seven assists and Conrad Fitzgerald added 12 points for Calabasas (1-1), but the Coyotes fell in a game at Ocean View.
Rancho Verde 75, La Sierra 57
John Brooks had 11 points, including nine on three-point baskets, and three other players added 10 points each for Rancho Verde (3-0) in a game played at Arlington High.
The Mustangs led, 42-15, at halftime.
San Clemente 75, Silverado 65
Taylor Harrison had 30 points and 11 rebounds for San Clemente (2-0) in a victory over Silverado (1-1).
Trabuco Hills 61, Hemet 54
Matt Garvey hit six three-pointers en route to a game-high 24 points for Trabuco Hills (1-2). Nick Lortz had 17 points for Hemet, which tied the game with about four minutes to play but couldn't hold on.
Harvard-Westlake 73, Rio Mesa 65
Junior center Alex Stepheson scored 30 points for Harvard-Westlake (1-0). Senior guard Ed White added 13 points and eight assists for the Wolverines. Josh Deanne scored 14 points for Rio Mesa (3-3).
Harvard-Westlake 73, Rio Mesa 65
Rio Mesa is 4-2. Harvard-Westlake is 1-0.
Thousand Oaks 69, Oaks Christian 67 (OT)
Jake Poppen got a putback with 25 seconds remaining in overtime to give Thousand Oakes (1-0) the win.
Matt Hornbuckle hit two free throws with 11 seconds remaining to tie the game in regulation but was unable to convert the field goal on a drive to the basket as time expired in overtime for Oaks Christian. Hornbuckle finished with 30 points and 16 rebounds for the Lions (1-4). Alex Cohen led Thousand Oaks with 29 points.
Mayfair 93, Murphy 61
Patrick Christopher scored a game-high 30 points for Mayfair (1-0). Sean Cuningham also had 30 points for Murphy.
Westchester 102, King Drew 66
Marcus Johnson had 23 points for Westchester.
Dominguez 70, Locke 15
Washington 72, Leuzinger 65
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 81, Irvine 63
Sophomore forward Caleb Burgess led Calvary Chapel (2-1) with 32 points and 10 rebounds. Teammate Ben Courson, a junior, added 13 points and four assists. Senior Abdi Mohamed had 27 points, including four three-pointers, for Irvine (0-3).
Ribet Academy 79, Shalhevet 31
Kenney Crockett led Ribet Academy (3-1) with 22 points and 16 assists. Jeremy Medioni led Shalhevet (1-4) with nine points.
Summit View 80, Coutin 38
Adrian Cueva had 31 points and 10 assists and Rufino Leon added 25 points for host Summit View (1-1, 1-0). Coutin fell to 0-2 overall.
Westview 80, Pacific Lutheran 66
James McIntyre had 26 points, including 15 in the first half, and Taylor Frampton added 19 points, including 17 in the first half, for Westview (3-1) in a victory at Pacific Lutheran.
Hugh Wilton had 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Wildcats, who outscored Pacific Lutheran, 25-5, to open the game, thanks to six three-point baskets in a 31-point first quarter. Wilton had 10 points and McIntyre and Frampton combined for 10 points in the period.
Bermuda Dunes Desert Chrsitian 46, California Lutheran 42
Eric Schneider had 18 points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots and Brock Curry had a team-high 10 rebounds and five blocks for Bermude Dunes Desert Christian (3-1), which won despite 34 turnovers in a game at California Lutheran.
Brea Olinda 67, Servite 56
Tyler Hentzen had 18 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots and Tyler Peters had 17 points, including 15 on three-point baskets, for Brea Olinda (4-1) in a victory at Servite (2-3).
Campbell Hall 67, Ventura 52
Jason Heard scored 20 points and made four three-pointers for host Campbell Hall (5-0). Conor Turley added 18. Ventura, winners of the Simi Valley Tournament last week, lost its first game to drop to 5-1.
Capistrano Valley Christian 68, Saddleback Valley Christian 18
Senior forward Scott MacRae scored 11points and senior guard Scott Ross had 10 points for Capistrano Valley Christian (3-0).
Chino Hills 54, Downey Calvary Chapel 53
Cameron Crain had 16 points to lead Chino Hills (1-0). Downey Calvary Chapel (3-2) got to within one on a three-pointer with three seconds left but couldn't foul on the ensuing inbounds. Steven Anderson had 16 points to lead Downey Calvary Chapel.
Gabrielino 75, Pasadena Marshall 50
Tim Chung and Minn-Soheng Tran each had 14 for host Gabrielino (4-1), which had five players in doubles figures. Pasadena Marshall's Mark Sutton (2-2) also had 14 points.
Gahr 58, Sonora 48
Junior guard Aaron Woods and senior guard Andrew Arnold each scored 16 points for Gahr (4-1), which led by 20 at halftime. Rashon Harolson led Sonora with 12 points.
Mater Dei 80, Verbum Dei 58
Sophomore Taylor King had 25 points and nine rebounds and Mike Gerrity had 23 points and eight assists for No. 6-ranked and host Mater Dei (5-0), which played without 7'1" sophomore center Alex Jacobson, who was ill.
Gerard Anderson had 17 points, Joseph Malone had 13 and Auri Allen, Verbum Dei's 6'11" 290 pound freshman center, had 11 points and four rebounds for the Eagles (0-1).
Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 68, Palm Valley 29
Jordan Martitz led Calvary Chapel with 17 points. Kevin Smith led Palm Valley (0-3) with 12 points, and teammate Marc Pardy pulled in 10 rebounds.
Morro Bay 63, San Luis Obispo 58
Alex Raj, a 6-7 senior, had 26 points and seven rebounds to lead Morro Bay (2-3) to a victory over its Central Coast rival. San Luis Obispo fell to 1-4.
Paraclete 54, L.A. Baptist 50
Brandon Evans scored 30 points for Paraclete (3-4). Paraclete led by 13 at the half and held on for the win. Josh Augur had 15 points for L.A. Baptist (1-1).
Pasadena Poly 46, Oakwood 43
Pasadena Poly trailed by four with less than three minutes remaining, but freshman A.J. Talt pulled in a pair of key rebounds and putbacks down the stretch to boost the Panthers to the win. Archie Archibong led Pasadena Poly (1-0) with 14 points, and Johnny Harwood added 11. Oakwood is 1-2.
Providence 53, Valley Torah 51
Mark Azer had 22 points, including what proved to be the game-winning shot with ten seconds left, for Providence (3-1). Valley Torah is 0-1.
Summit View West 49, Pioneer Baptist 34
Kyle Roten made his first basket of the season and hit two key free throws in the final 1:30 to help break a 34-34 tie and lead Summit View West to its first win in two years.
Ryan Krusi recorded 21 points and 15 rebounds in the first win in two years for Summit View West (1-1). Teammate Erin Oberman had 15 points and six steals. Tammy Chambers and Sharon Cadiente each had 12 points for Pioneer Baptist (0-3).
Tarbut V'torah 63, Southwestern Academy 25
Jamie Stopnitzky had 26 points and Spencer Wampoll had 12 rebounds for host Tarbut V'torah (4-0). Southwestern Academy is 0-2.
Viewpoint 61, L.A. Lutheran 59
Julian Nagendian was fouled on a put-back with two seconds left and converted the free throw for a three-point play to give Viewpoint (3-2) a dramatic road victory.
L.A. Lutheran (1-3) had taken a 59-58 lead on a breakaway layup with 12 seconds remaining, but after putting Viewpoint at the line, Nagendian tipped in the offensive board on the missed one-and-one attempt. Baron Stenbrecher had 21 points for Viewpoint, which won despite allowing 21 points in both the first and third quarters.
Village Christian 70, Fillmore 52
Ian Adams had 17 points and Laurence Blocker added 11 points to lead visiting Village Christian (1-0).
Village Glen West 49, Bridges Academy 47
Kenny Smith went to the foul line with 20 seconds left and hit a pair free throws that proved the difference in a see-saw game. He tallied a triple-double, finishing with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Rashaad Ursery added 10 points and 15 rebounds for Village Glen West (1-1). Bridges Academy missed a jumper in the final seconds.
Whittier Christian 64, Pacific Hills 35
Tim McCarthy scored 16 points, including four three-pointers, and John Palmer added 10 for Whittier Christian (4-2). Josh Wade had nine points for Pacific Hills (1-4).
Monday, Dec. 6
Los Altos 68, Bell Gardens 57
Gabe Nazaroff scored 21 of his 23 points in the first half for Los Altos (1-0). Rueben Jimenez had 23 points and Mark Soto added 22 for Bell Gardens (1-3).
Beverly Hills 63, Bishop Diego 45
Down by a point at halftime, Beverly Hills (3-2) came out of the locker room and outscored Bishop Diego 19-6 in the third quarter en route to victory. Don Choi led Beverly Hills with 14 points.
Dorsey 69, Palos Verdes 48
Kyle Gibson scored 19 points, and Reggie Thomas and Cameron Granville each had 13 for Dorsey. Palos Verdes fell to 3-2.
New Roads 62, Verdugo Hills 57
Chris Martin had 17 points to lead Verdugo Hills (0-6).
Orange Lutheran 73, Hamilton 67
Agoura 79, Kilpatrick 35
Tyler Acevedo had 20 points for Agoura (3-2). Kilpatrick 0-4.
El Camino 59, Renaissance Academy 48
El Camino Real improved to 2-0; Renaissance Academy is 3-1.
Granada Hills 98, Antelope Valley Christian 76
Mike Schindler had 24 points and Jared Dacey had 19 points, nine assists and seven steals for Granada Hills (3-2). J'whon James led Antelope Valley Christian (2-1) with 21.
Montclair Prep 73, Milken 48
Craig Partovich had 21 points for Montclair Prep (4-1). Milken (4-1) was led by Leo Grifka's 15 points, 12 of which came on three-pointers.
La Canada 60, Covina 36
La Canada improved to 2-0 while Covina fell to 2-2.
Bosco Tech 57, San Gabriel 19
Greg Trejo had 18 points to lead Bosco Tech (3-3). The Tigers held San Gabriel (1-5) to three points in both the second and third quarters.
La Habra 75, Montebello 46
George Guzman had 23 points to lead La Habra (2-1). Ronnie Sanchez had 11 points for Montebello (1-1).
La Mirada 71, Bassett 65
Johnny Oronoz had 32 points, including four three-point baskets, for La Mirada (2-0). Bassett is 1-1.
Lawndale 56, El Rancho 53
Lawndale (2-1) came back from five down in the fourth quarter to beat El Rancho, which missed shots on its last two possessions, including a three-pointer at the buzzer. Lawndale was led by Brandon Davis' 14 points, and Gerard Nealy added 12. Rudy Navarrete and Julian Calderon had 17 and 13 points, respectively, for El Rancho.
Pioneer 68, Norwalk 53
Rueben Orozco had 39 points to lead Pioneer (5-1). The leading scorer for Norwalk (0-3) was Albert Buelan with 11 points.
Santa Fe 92, Serrano 82
Santa Fe improved to 3-3 and Serrano fell to 1-4.
El Segundo 69, Salesian 24
Salesian led 5-0 before El Segundo stormed to the victory. Ron Waller and Justin Johnson each had 13 points for El Segundo (5-0). Salesian fell to 0-3.
Gardena Serra 63, Granada Hills Kennedy 44
Kelvin Wilson had 18 points, seven rebounds and six steals and Joseph Johnson had 15 points, eight rebounds and six steals to lead Gardena Serra (3-2). Kennedy is 2-1.
St. Bernard 60, Mira Costa 57
Jonathan Lucas had 14 points for St. Bernard. Kevin Chow scored 16 points to lead Mira Costa (3-2).
Fullerton 70, Glenn 31
Grant Myer had 17 points and 12 rebounds for Fullerton (2-0). Glenn fell to 2-3.
Tustin 48, California 46
Arcadia 76, La Puente 31
Brent Lagace had 22 points and Dan Alexander added 22 points and 20 rebounds to lead Arcadia (2-0). Josh Sanchez scored 17 points for La Puente.
Charter Oaks 76, Paramount 51
Senior forward Frank Ragsdale has 25 points and 11 rebounds and senior forward William Harris had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead Charter Oaks (2-0). The leading scorer for Paramount (3-1) was Jason Fabela with 13 points.
Diamond Bar 72, Bishop Amat 52
Senior point guard Colin Robinson had 38 points to lead Diamond Bar (1-1).
Garey 58, Damien 46
Osaar Rashon, verbally commited to UCLA as a quarterback, had 14 points and eight steals to lead Garey (3-0). Three other players for the Vikings - Willie Cook (13), Derrick Pickett (13) and Dennis Gilleylen (11) - scored in double figures. Nick Bright had 14 points for Damien (4-2).
Los Osos 53, Nogales 51
Brandon Cuningham had 20 points for Los Osos.
Rowland 71, Rosemead 44
Eric Jones had 20 points and eight boards for Rowland (2-0). Rosemead is 0-2.
Oxford Academy 68, Liberty Christian 41
Forward Billy Ott had 20 points for Oxford (2-3). Jesse Maldonado had 21 points to lead Liberty Christian (1-1).
Calabasas 85, Fontana 54
Drew Housman had 25 points, while Conrad Fitzgerald and Shayaun Saee added 14 and 12, respectively, for Calabasas (1-0) Fontana fell to 1-2.
Etiwanda 73, Alemany 36
Darren Collison scored 17 points and David Carter added 16 for Etiwanda (2-0). Alemany fell to 2-3.
Ocean View 74, Laguna Hills 59
Clint Amberry had 23 points for Ocean View.
Hemet 54, Rubidoux 47
Josh Hill scored 11 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead Hemet to victory in a game played at Arlington. Jose Murillo and John Walker each had 13 for Rubidoux. Both teams are 2-3.
Rancho Verde 71, Kaiser 60
Kenny Collins had 28 points, eight rebounds and three steals for Rancho Verde (2-0), which led throughout.
Silverado 69, Valley View 63
Eric Bailey had 21 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, and Derek Richie had 10 poins, seven rebounds and four assists for Silverado (1-0). Dominique Johnson had 31 points for Valley View (3-2).
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Aliso Niguel 73, Los Amigos 23
Mike Roll had 16 points and six rebounds and Terence Green had eight points and seven assists for Aliso Niguel (3-0). Los Amigos is 0-2.
Century 45, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 34
Orlando Isais had 13 points and Marco Ochoa finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead Century (2-1) past Calvary Chapel (1-1). Century will play Estancia in a quarterfinal at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Edison 48, Saddleback 26
T.J. Lipold had 20 points for Edison (3-0). Saddleback is 1-1.
Estancia 65, Irvine 45
Carlos Pinto scored 31 points for Estancia (1-0). Irvine is 0-3.
Irvine University 69, Westminster La Quinta 43
Danny Wen had 21 points and Steve Crooks added 20 to lead University (1-1).
Corona del Mar 49, Santa Ana Valley 42
Pilgrim 65, Westmark 37
Marcus Anderson scored a game-high 22 points for host Pilgrim, which improved to 5-0. Westmark fell to 2-2.
Community Harvest 46, Highland Hall 41
Sy Prescott had 15 points and Bobby Aguirre added 12 to lead host Community Harvest. Charles Twagira had 10 points and Ryan Van Schilfgaarde had 15 rebounds for Highland Hall (3-2).
Dana Hills 58, Northwood 49
Senior forward Blaine Templeton had 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Dana Hills to its fifth consecutive win to start the year. Shaun Engle had 11 points and six assists, and Brett Lorin had 11 rebounds for Dana Hills, which held Northwood to just three points in the third quarter.
Don Lugo 52, Alta Loma 50
Wayne Freeman had 14 points to lead visiting Don Lugo (2-0). Alta Loma is 1-1.
Eastside Christian 60, Saddleback Valley Christian 50
Matt Jenkins had 18 points, including three three-pointers, to lead host Eastside Christian (4-1).
Flintridge Prep 55, San Marino 44
Kevan Brown had 14 points to lead host Flintridge Prep (2-0). Corbin Jung had 20 points for San Marino (3-2).
Oxnard 65, Santa Paula 56
Omandi Amoke had 22 points, nine rebounds and three blocks to lead Oxnard (2-3). Chep Lara had 16 points for host Santa Paula (0-5).
Pasadena Marshall 68, South Pasadena 62
Mark Sutton had 26 points to lead visiting Marshall. Cord Greene had 23 points and 11 rebounds for South Pasadena (0-3).
Pilibos 52, Santa Clarita Christian 38
Arshag Chahanian had 15 points and Hagop Manjikian added 12 for host Pilibos (3-1).
Rancho Cucamonga 77, Moreno Valley 39
Senior guard Calvin Mitchell had 26 points to lead host Rancho Cucamonga (3-0). Marino Valley dropped to 3-2.
Tarbut V'torah 64, Zinsmeyer Academy 41
Jamie Stopnitzkey had 26 points and nine assists for host Tarbut V'torah (3-0). Larry Moorer had 18 for Zinsmeyer (0-3).
Ventura 65, Hart 53
Colin Campbell had 19 points and Nick Palmer added 18 points and 19 rebounds to lead host Ventura (5-0). Ryan Wolfe had 21 points for Hart (1-1).
Netan Eli 49, Village Glen West 35
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