Valley High School Roundup
In other Simi Valley tournament games:
Hart 72, Ventura 63--Center Sara Wilson, a 6-foot, 3-inch junior, scored a team-high 20 points to lead the Indians in a quarterfinal game. Forward Nikki Brodowy added 17 points for Hart (9-1).
Hart led, 33-29, at the half and put Ventura away with a 24-point third quarter.
Freshman Anjanette Dionne scored 15 points off the bench for Hart.
Guard Cori Herman scored a game-high 30 points for Ventura (4-3).
Santa Clara 52, Westlake 42--Tami Adkins’ game-high 17 points helped Santa Clara in a quarterfinal game. Dani O’Byrne scored 12 points for Westlake (6-1). Buena faces Santa Clara in a semifinal game Wednesday at 9 p.m.
Buena 74, Reseda 61--Mindy Huskey had scored 18 points and Joannie Weinerth added 16 to lead Buena (6-0) in a quarterfinal game.
Aggie Garcia had 17 points and Denisha Jordan added 14 for Reseda (5-2).
Buena took a 45-36 halftime lead and continued to increase the margin throughout the second half.
Newbury Park 60, Burbank 31--Senior guard Marlo Cormier scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Panthers in a consolation quarterfinal game.
Sisters Kym and Karen Hagemann scored 10 and 13 points, respectively, for Newbury Park (3-6).
Kristi Helsley had a team-high 14 points for Burbank (1-6).
Royal 58, Canoga Park 41--Angie Cole had 17 points, including 3 3-pointers, to lead Royal (2-4) past Canoga Park in a consolation quarterfinal game.
Soo Yoon had 17 for Canoga Park (1-5).
In a nonleague game:
Agoura 56, Chaminade 35--Point guard Beth Clark scored 8 points for Chaminade (2-6) at Agoura.
Chaparral (Las Vegas) 73, San Fernando 67--Despite 21 points by senior guard Sean Williams, who was making only his second appearance of the season, the Tigers fell in the first round of the Sundevil Classic in Las Vegas.
Williams scored 17 points in the first half for the Tigers (1-4). Chaparral stormed back from a 37-30 deficit at halftime to score 21 points in the third quarter and 22 in the fourth. Mark Cozad had 46 points and 11 rebounds for Chaparral (4-4), including 6 3-point baskets.
Chaminade 49, Marian 36--After a sluggish first 3 quarters, the Eagles rebounded and outscored Marian of San Diego, 20-6, in the fourth quarter to seal the nonleague win at Chaminade.
“It was just your typical ‘this is the week of Christmas vacation so what are we doing here kind of game,’ ” Chaminade Coach Mike Lynn said.
Marc Miles came off the bench to score a team-high 13 points for Chaminade and teammates Chris Bruckner and Charlie Fei each added 10. The Eagles (5-3) shot 47% from the field.
Ribet Academy 70, Flintridge Prep 63--Maurice Johnson scored 17 points and Ron Ramessar and Christian Maxwell each scored 16 to lead Ribet Academy (4-3) in the nonleague game at Flintridge Prep.
Sean Kunisaki scored a game-high 24 points for Flintridge Prep (2-6).
Los Angeles 100, Harvard 68--Senior forward Mike Beckwith scored a team-high 19 points, but Los Angeles easily handled the Saracens (6-3) in the opening round of the Bosco Tech tournament.
Despite outshooting Patrick Henry High of San Diego by 14 shots on goal, Royal was defeated, 2-0, in the first round of the Simi Valley tournament. Patrick Henry scored its goals on a penalty kick and a corner kick.
“We played well, but not good enough to win,” Royal Coach Peter Schraml said. “We had a lot of chances, especially 1-on-1 with the goalie, that you need to win.”
Royal had 18 shots on goal to 4 by Patrick Henry.
In a consolation-bracket match later in the day, Royal defeated Nordhoff, 3-1, behind 2 goals by senior Oscar Vela. The Highlanders play Moorpark today at 8 a.m.
In other Simi Valley tournament matches:
Thousand Oaks 1, Bishop Montgomery 0 (OT)--Senior goalie Allan Reer saved 2 consecutive penalty shots in overtime to lead the Lancers the the first-round win.
After a scoreless regulation, the Lancers outscored Bishop Montgomery, 4-3, on overtime penalty kicks. Senior fullback Pat Mullen scored the winning goal.
The Lancers, however, dropped their second-round match to James Logan of Union City, 3-1, and will play Dos Pueblos today at 9:30 a.m.
Calabasas 5, South Pasadena 0--Brian Smallarz scored 2 goals for the Coyotes in the first-round match of the consolation bracket. Joel Washburn, Jon Guillebeaux and Bennett Fisher also scored for Calabasas (5-0).
The Coyotes were defeated by the Simi Valley junior varsity, 1-0, in the first round. Calabasas’ scheduled opponent, Clark High of Las Vegas, did not show up for the tournament, Calabasas Coach John Reich said.
Oxnard 2, Crespi 1--Lou Kim scored the only goal for Crespi, which was later eliminated from the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Arroyo Grande.