High School Basketball Playoffs

In other boys' Division II playoff games:

San Pasqual 72, Mar Vista 53--Erik Meek and Andy Loveland each had 20 points for host San Pasqual (11-12), which took control in the second half with a man-to-man defense.

Fallbrook 76, San Marcos 47--Travis Teagle scored 16 points, Keith Elston had 15 and Chris Miller 14 for host Fallbrook (13-12). Jay Kitti led San Marcos (7-20) with 20 points.

Escondido 76, Hoover 51--Brooks Barnhard had 23 points and 22 rebounds for host Escondido (13-11), Chris Heintschel had 19 points, Keith Cephas 11 and Curt Vurpillat 10. Escondido led at halftime, 39-20.

Carlsbad 52, Kearny 49--Danny Johnson scored 17 points and Andre White had 12, but it wasn't enough for host Kearny (11-15). Carlsbad is 8-19.

Rancho Buena Vista 77, Castle Park 72--The host Longhorns jumped out to an early 11-0 lead in the first quarter and never relinquished the lead. Castle Park pulled to 70-65 with 3 minutes remaining. Todd Fellars (20) and Darryl Parker (15) led Rancho Buena Vista (13-13). Greg Porter had 12 rebounds for RBV.

Girls Division II Playoffs

Rancho Buena Vista 59, Kearny 30--Shawna Edge had 15 points and Skiy Burton added 14 for host Rancho Buena Vista (16-10). Stephanie Howell had 12 assists for Rancho Buena Vista. Kearny finishes 6-16.

Serra 52, El Camino 46--Pam Ross led host Serra (5-18) with 27 points. Heather Bassett scored 16 for El Camino (4-18).

Helix 58, Escondido 26--Julie O'Neal had 18 points and Andrea McTrusty 10 for Helix (12-9). Escondido finishes 2-21.

El Capitan 53, Carlsbad 52--Andrea Bravo scored 23 points for El Capitan (18-6) and Sara Dolkas had 14 for Carlsbad (6-15).

Mar Vista 59, Grossmont 43--Nicky Meyer had 29 points for host Mar Vista while Grossmont's Christina Adams scored 24 of her career-high total 28 points in the second half. For the Mariners, Tera Gigax and Martha Andrade added eight points apiece and Andrade pulled down nine rebounds. Mar Vista (11-12) led, 32-11, at the half.

Valhalla 38, Madison 36--The Norsemen were down by six points at the start of the fourth quarter, but behind the scoring of Deanine Humberstad (10) and Nicole Cremidan (10), Valhalla pulled out the win. Sandy McEvoy led Madison with 16. For Valhalla (8-16), Danielle Muncrief had nine rebounds. Madison (6-19), led, 24-20, at the half.

Hoover at Fallbrook--The game was canceled when Hoover didn't arrive until nearly 7:30, the time when the Fallbrook-San Marcos boys game was set to start. San Diego Section Commissioner Kendall Webb will make a decision on what to do today.

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