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Rolling Hills forward John Hardy had game-highs of 35 points and 15 rebounds to lead Rolling Hills over St. Bernard, 87-75, in the championship game of the Pacific Shores Basketball Tournament. The 6-4 senior was named tournament MVP.

Carson running back Errol Sapp rushed for 101 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Colts’ 55-7 win over Banning in the L.A. City 4-A football final. Sapp had 8 TDs in three playoff games and finished the season with 21, a school record.

Center Lisa Leslie scored 24 points to lead Morningside’s girls basketball team over Fremont of Oakland, 50-42, in the final of the Miramonte (Oakland) Tournament. The win avenged the Lady Monarchs’ 53-52 loss to Fremont in the Division I state final last year.

Robyn Kropp had 5 goals in Mira Costa’s 10-0 girls soccer win over East Bakersfield.

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Banning’s football team sank to new depths in its 55-7 loss to Carson in the L.A. City 4-A final. The Pilots, held to minus 1 yard in the first quarter, suffered the most lopsided loss in a City final since 1949 and the worst defeat in the 26-year Banning-Carson series.

Cal State Dominguez Hills guard Bryan Dell’Amico, who had made 100% of his free throws before Friday, missed his first 5 foul shots and finished 1 for 6 in a 84-60 win over San Francisco State. His percentage dropped to 54.5.

San Pedro’s basketball team went 0-2 in the Pacific Shores Tournament and was embarrassed by the Morningside junior varsity, 88-75, in the first round.

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