In other City Eastern League games:

Morse 53, Patrick Henry 41--Patrick Henry led, 14-13, after the first period, but shot 22% from the field the next two periods. In the third period, Morse outscored Patrick Henry, 24-6. Mark Lawrence paced Morse (11-7, 3-2) with 15 points and Willie Davis added 11. Terrence Hamilton led Patrick Henry (11-7, 3-2) with 11 points.

Serra 59, Point Loma 48--Conrad Jones scored 15 points and Chris Ireland added 12 as visiting Serra (6-10, 1-4) took an early lead and never trailed. Jeff Johnson hit four three-pointers and finished with 16 points for Point Loma (11-9, 2-3).


Lincoln 114, Christian 45--Kenny Hawkins scored 28 points to lead second-ranked Lincoln (17-2, 5-0) to its home-court rout. Christian (9-9, 2-3) led, 14-13, after one quarter but Lincoln came on in the second quarter with 33 points to take a 46-20 halftime lead. Seven players from Lincoln scored in double figures.

Crawford 77, Hoover 54--Lamont Grove missed practice this week with a pulled muscle in his calf but scored 24 points to lead visiting Crawford (10-7, 4-1). After a close first period, Crawford pulled to a 38-21 lead by halftime. Darell McMillan paced Hoover (2-15, 1-4) with 19 points, including 12 in the third period.


USDHS 62, Clairemont 56--John Montali scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds to lead University of San Diego High School (6-11, 2-3). USDHS led at halftime, 31-21, but Clairemont made a run in the third quarter and took a two-point lead. USDHS came back on solid free throw shooting down the stretch. Clairemont (5-13, 1-4) was led by Ray McDavid with 13 points.

University City 57, Mission Bay 50--Down by five at the half, University City (9-7, 3-2), rallied to beat Mission Bay (8-12, 3-2).


Ramona 75, Escondido 67--Escondido has only lost twice in league play through eight games, both times to Ramona. Host Escondido (13-5, 6-2) rallied from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to close within 67-65 with 1:01 to play. Ramona's Jason McClenaghan responded with a jumper and Ken Pendell hit two free throws as Ramona (10-12, 5-3) pulled away. Chad Nelson led Ramona (10-12, 5-3) with 28 points and Tony Newman added 19. Paul Baldwin led Escondido with 20 points.

El Camino 77, San Pasqual 57--Scott Oatsvall had 23 points and 14 rebounds and Lee Cobb had 22 points and 18 rebounds for No. 5 El Camino (14-4, 7-1). El Camino, which took sole possession of first place after Escondido lost, pulled away after the first quarter and led at halftime, 35-22. San Pasqual's freshman center, Eric Meek, made only two free throws in the first quarter, but finished with 27 points and 11 rebounds. San Pasqual is 2-15, 1-7.

Oceanside 42, Carlsbad 30--Visiting Oceanside (10-7, 6-2) won despite scoring just 1 point in the third quarter. Alvin McGee and Dwyane Wilson had 10 points each for the Pirates. Ron Helms scored nine for Carlsbad (5-9, 2-6).

San Marcos 54, Rancho Buena Vista 53--Guard George Mojica made two free throws with three seconds remaining to lift visiting San Marcos (3-9, 3-5). Matt Barrick led San Marcos with 12 points. Rancho Buena Vista is now 3-11 and 2-6.


Santana 109, El Cajon Valley 67--All 12 players scored to lead No. 7 Santana at El Cajon Valley. Santana (16-2, 10-1) opened a 33-16 lead after the first period. Kevin Davis scored 23 for El Cajon Valley (1-15, 0-10).

Valhalla 61, El Capitan 52--Tony Clark scored 19 points for Valhalla (12-5, 10-1). Valhalla made 17 of 20 free throws, including 11 of 12 in the fourth quarter. But Valhalla already had the game in hand by that point, taking a 46-36 lead at the end of the third quarter. Jason Berkshire scored 19 and Brad Smith scored 14, including 4 three pointers, for El Capitan (4-13, 2-9). Rafid Kiti added 14 for Valhalla.

Granite Hills 37, Grossmont 34--Slowdown tactics by Grossmont were unsuccessful at Granite Hills. Mike Locke led Granite Hills (10-6, 5-6) with 13 points. Lance Williams of Grossmont (11-7, 7-4) had half his team's points.

Briefly--Helix 68, Mount Miguel 45.


Chula Vista 55, Coronado 51--James Shaw scored 16 points to lead host Chula Vista (7-16, 3-6). Coronado dropped to 5-13, 3-7).

Sweetwater 47, Southwest 41--Carlos Campbell scored 15 points and Ruben Hernandez had 14 rebounds to lead host Sweetwater. Will Tate scored 15 for Southwest (12-7, 5-4). Sweetwater is 11-10, 8-2.


Hilltop 62, Mar Vista 52--Mark Dirksen scored 24 points, Jon Moore had 17 points and Donal Hardin added 12 points and 12 rebounds to lead host Hilltop (10-12, 6-3). Tim Nicolas had 20 points and 15 rebounds for Mar Vista (6-12, 3-7).

Briefly--Castle Park 69, Marian 55.


Torrey Pines 83, Orange Glen 54--Kevin Flanagan had 26 points and 10 rebounds and Neal Pollard added 25 points to lead host Torrey Pines. No. 1 Torrey Pines (22-0, 7-0) pulled to a 27-16 lead after the first period. Shawn Macklin led Orange Glen (5-13, 0-7) with 17 points.

Vista 53, Fallbrook 46--Jeremy Scott scored 8 of his 13 points in the final period to lead Vista. Marc Jones and Art Simental added 14 points each for Vista (11-7, 4-3). Fallbrook is 11-9 and 4-3.

Poway 68, Mt. Carmel 65--Adam Jones' 19 points led No. 6 Poway (14-4, 5-2), which trailed visiting Mt. Carmel (11-8, 3-4) by one at the half. Ty Nichols added 16 points, including five three-pointers, and Dave Delaney had 13. Eric Olander's 21 points topped Mt. Carmel.



Crawford 61, Hoover 26--Terri Butler scored 29 points to lead Crawford (10-7, 5-0), which led by scores of 13-2 and 26-6 in the first half. Casandra Tex added 16 for Crawford. Hoover is 0-5 in league.

Our Lady of Peace 50, San Diego 40--Tammy Tavares scored 20 points to lead Our Lady of Peace. The score was tied at the end of the third quarter, 31-31. But San Diego (3-10, 1-4) could not keep up after starters Mimi Hilbert fouled out and Nicole Williams went to the hospital with a knee injury. Williams scored 11 points. April Velk added 16 for OLP (3-1).


Point Loma 52, Serra 31--Monica Filer scored 24 points to lead top-ranked Point Loma (20-1, 5-0). Point Loma led at the end of the first quarter, 14-3, and outscored Serra in the final quarter, 18-7. Kris Fillat led Serra (11-8, 3-2) with 14 points.


Mission Bay 51, University City 12--Cristina Willis scored 17 and Kristi Deal added 10 to pace host Mission Bay (13-6, 4-1). University City was held to one point in the fourth period.

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