Half Moon Bay 65, L.A. University 59
Burbank 60, Culver City 55
North Torrance 91, El Dorado 67
Sunny Hills 53, Jurupa Valley 44
Compton Centennial 41, Long Beach Poly 32
Wayne Andrews scored 15 points and Tyre Thompson had 12 to lead the No. 9 Apaches over No. 22 Long Beach Poly. After making just six of 30 shots through the first three quarters, Centennial (5-1) made six of 10 shots in the fourth quarter while outscoring the Jackrabbits, 18-11. Chris Brown scored 12 points to lead Long Beach Poly (2-3).
Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill 75, Lynwood 67
Jerry-Davon Jefferson scored 26 points and Seketoure Henry had 20 for No. 11 Lynwood (2-2). Oak Hill (9-1) will play Compton Centennial in the semifinals Monday at 8:30 p.m. at Cerritos College
Taft 60, Harvard-Westlake 48
The end of the Jordan Farmar era was expected to provide something of a learning experience for the Woodland Hills Taft boys' basketball team this season.
But with Farmar now starting as a freshman in the UCLA backcourt, the Toreadors still seem to be following his example. Taft (6-1), ranked No. 18 in the Southland by The Times, posted its second consecutive upset by defeating No. 6 North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, 60-48, in the championship quarterfinals of the Top of the World tournament Saturday night at Cerritos College.
The victory came less than 24 hours after the Toreadors stunned No. 3 Compton Dominguez, 35-33, holding the Dons to 18 percent shooting from the field.