ROUNDUP : Torrid Moorpark Wins at Cuesta

Sam Crawford had 15 points, 16 assists and six steals Saturday, leading Moorpark College to a 92-58 win over Palomar in the championship game of the Cuesta Mid-State tournament at San Luis Obispo.

It was the ninth consecutive win for Moorpark (11-1), tying a school record set twice during the 1980-81 season.

Crawford, a 5-foot-7 sophomore, finished the three-game tournament with 47 points and 40 assists and was named the most valuable player.

Damian Wilson, a freshman who had 54 points in the tournament, scored 17 Saturday and was an all-tournament selection. Jimmy Galbert scored 12 points and Sean Doyle had 11 rebounds for Moorpark.


In another men’s game:

Antelope Valley 114, Citrus 86--J. R. Rider scored a game-high 31 points and Tony Madison added 26 to lead Antelope Valley (7-3) to the consolation championship of the Golden West tournament.

LeVan Lide had 13 points and eight assists, Andre Gentle scored 12 and Brent Beardmore added 10 points for Antelope Valley.


Pomona-Pitzer 84, The Master’s 73--Stacy Ford and Susie Sparks each scored 20 points to lead The Master’s in a nonconference game. Sparks had six steals and Wendy Workman added 13 points.

UC Irvine 76, Cal State Northridge 57--Yvonne Catala scored 22 points for the host Anteaters (2-3) in a nonconference game.

The Lady Matadors (3-5), who shot 15 free throws to Irvine’s 45, were paced by Bridgette Ealy’s 16 points and six rebounds.

Valley 73, Bakersfield 63--Katina Mines scored 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to help Valley (8-1) defeat Bakersfield (9-4) in a semifinal game of the College of the Sequoias tournament in Visalia.


Valley trailed by one point late in the second half, but the Monarchs outscored Bakersfield, 12-1, in the final minutes.


Burroughs (R) 89, Murphy 44--Five players scored in double figures to pace Burroughs’ consolation championship victory over Murphy in the Crescenta Valley tournament.

Victor Hernandez scored 16 points, Phil Hernandez added 12 and Nate Asamere, Rick Mulloy, and Jeff Pinow each scored 10 for the Indians (3-3), who led, 22-0, after the first quarter.


Montclair Prep 80, Chaminade 66--J. T. Billingslea scored 31 points to help the Mounties (5-1) beat Chaminade (2-3) and finish third in the Faith Baptist tournament.

Billingslea, a guard who averaged 26 points in four games, was named player of the tournament.

Hueneme 79, Newbury Park 70--Tony Smith scored a team-high 23 points and teammate Jack Brown added 16 for Hueneme (3-3) in the consolation championship of the Nordhoff tournament.

Hueneme broke the tournament scoring record with 252 points, eclipsing Newbury Park’s 1985 record of 239. Chris Falzone had 23 points for Newbury Park (1-2) and Tim Lane added 20.



Hart 57, Thousand Oaks 55--Carol Gruehlke scored the game’s final basket with less than a minute to play and Thousand Oaks’ Michele Palmisano missed a three-point shot at the buzzer as Hart (5-0) won the championship of the Alemany tournament.

Anjanette Dionne, the tournament MVP, led Hart with 19 points. Palmisano scored 26 points to pace the Lancers (2-1).

Simi Valley 55, Newbury Park 50--Lori Church had 14 points and 23 rebounds to lead Simi Valley (5-1) to the consolation championship of the Buena tournament. Nicole Jackson had 11 rebounds and Jennifer Barr added 10 for Simi Valley.


North Hollywood 66, Glendale 61 (OT)--Jacinda Sweet had 28 points and 11 rebounds to lead North Hollywood (4-2) in the third-place game of the Alemany tournament.


Burroughs 2, Thousand Oaks 0--Burroughs (7-1) eliminated Thousand Oaks from its own tournament with a semifinal victory and handed the Lancers their first loss of the year.