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ROUNDUP : Crespi Wins in Double Overtime, 110-103

Senior center Matt Carpenter scored four of his eight points in the second overtime to lead Crespi High to a 110-103 victory Tuesday night over Harvard-Westlake in a wild basketball game at Harvard.

Five players scored 20 points or more in the nonleague game and seven reached double figures.

Harvard’s Tarlin Ray extended the game when he was fouled while attempting a three-point shot with four seconds left in the first overtime. Ray, who finished with a game-high 35 points, made all three free throws to send the game into a second extra period.

Greg Peters added 25 points for Harvard (4-2) and Jeremiah Aguolu had 10.

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Shooting guard Rob Leff led Crespi (5-4) with 32 points and senior forward Randy Coleman added 26. Jeff Luderer scored 20 points and Charles Aghajanian added 16 for the Celts, who have won four games in a row.

In other boys’ games:

Calabasas 49, Canyon 40--Senior center Anthony Hampton scored 15 points and added 13 rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead host Calabasas to an upset victory.

Brian Bruskrud added 12 points and Brian Schmidt had 10 for Calabasas (2-5).

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“We really played solid defense all the way around,” Calabasas Coach Bill Bellatty said.

Joe Ferguson scored a game-high 18 points for Canyon (4-4).

Antelope Valley 75, Hart 72--Kevin Kirkland hit two free throws with 13 seconds left to give the Antelopes a one-point lead and an eventual nonleague victory over the host Indians (4-5).

Troy Coutee led the Antelopes (5-4) with 20 points. Teammate Matt Carrier scored 18 and Kirkland finished with 17.

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Hart’s Erik Stephens scored a game-high 24 points. Ali Peek, a 6-5 senior, finished with a triple-double: 16 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots.

Hoover 64, Royal 59--Dave Ulloa scored a game-high 24 points and Chad Reese added 23 to pace Hoover (4-2) to a first-round win in the Bosco Tech tournament.

Brett Osterhoudt scored 20 points for Royal.

Campbell Hall 78, South Bay Lutheran 47--Campbell Hall, playing in its home opener, overwhelmed South Bay Lutheran in a nonleague game.

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Four Campbell Hall starters scored in double figures and the Vikings led, 41-19, at halftime. Junior guard C.J. Thompkins scored 17 points to lead Campbell Hall (3-3).

Alex Lopez added 15 points and 12 rebounds and teammates Taylor Williams (13) and Austin McKellar (12) also reached double figures.

Oxnard 59, Camarillo 50--Senior forward Jasper Satterwhite scored a game-high 25 points to lead the host Yellowjackets (4-5) in a nonleague game.

Ruben Flores and Jaime Jaquez each scored 14 points for Camarillo.

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L.A. Baptist 53, Carpinteria 34--The Knights (4-2) lost to Carpinteria by 12 points four days ago in the Fillmore tournament, but they beat the host Warriors easily in a nonleague game this time around.

Mark Heerema scored 11 points and Brad Imbler added 10 for the Knights, who led, 24-12, at halftime.

L.A. Lutheran 69, Hillcrest Christian 38--Kevin Brown scored 14 points and Lauren Walter added 13 to lead the Lions (4-2) past Hillcrest (0-4) in a nonleague victory at L.A. Lutheran.

Brown, who scored 10 of his 14 points in the third quarter, shot seven of nine from the field. The Lions led, 28-21, at halftime, but pulled away in the third quarter by outscoring Hillcrest, 26-10.

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Littlerock 68, Mojave 64--Junior point guard Mitch Casey scored 20 points and Louis Bryant added 19 in a nonleague victory for the host Lobos (8-1).

Littlerock trailed, 32-31, at halftime, but took the lead in the third quarter and did not relinquish it.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Oxnard 62, Bishop Diego 26--Tiffany Bumpus scored 11 points and Antonia Cendejas added 10 to lead the Yellowjackets (2-3) over Bishop Diego in a first-round game of the Santa Paula tournament.

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Every team member scored for the Yellowjackets, who led, 25-7, at halftime.

San Gabriel 44, Crescenta Valley 36--Keri Peterson scored 16 points for Crescenta Valley (3-3) in a nonleague game.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Alemany 1, South Pasadena 0--Tammy Alderman scored the lone goal of the nonleague match at the 29-minute mark.

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The shutout was the seventh of the season for host Alemany (6-2-1). Freshman Michelle Aasen recorded the shutout in goal.

Harvard-Westlake 4, Notre Dame 1--Alyze Lowen scored three goals and goalkeeper Cari Schwartz had eight saves for visiting Westlake (6-0-1) in a nonleague match. Notre Dame fell to 0-5.

Crescenta Valley 3, Burroughs 0--Jodi Larson scored two goals to help the Falcons (7-1) beat host Burroughs in a nonleague match.

BOYS’ SOCCER

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Alemany 2, South Pasadena 1--Mike Reyes and Chris Flick each scored a goal in the Indians’ nonleague victory at South Pasadena.

The Indians (3-4) led, 2-0, at halfime.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

Chatsworth 39, Monroe 27--Brothers Jerry and Juan Contreras each recorded victories to lead Chatsworth in a nonleague meet at Monroe.

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Jerry, wrestling at 125 pounds, pinned Maurice Masequesmay. At 171 pounds, Juan decisioned Sli Watterson, 8-2. Monroe, fielding a team for the first time, is 0-2.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Christ College 85, The Master’s 53--The Master’s committed 34 turnovers in an NAIA District 3 game at home.

All five Christ College starters scored in double figures to lead the rout. Master’s made just 21 of 56 shots in the game (39%) and trailed, 43-28, at halftime.

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Krissi Trower and Hope Horner led Master’s with 11 points, but Trower and backcourt mate Julie Kamminga combined to commit 16 turnovers.

Gitte Meier scored a game-high 19 points and added 12 rebounds for Christ College. Stacy Kirch (14), Nancy Geisler (14), Genevieve Graff (15) and Kaisa Kepsu (11) also reached double figures.

Angie Davenport came off the bench to score 10 points and grab a team-high nine rebounds for Master’s, whose starters were a combined 10 for 28 from the floor.

Hancock 66, Ventura 60--Cori Herman scored a team-high 16 points for Ventura (9-3) in a nonconference loss at home.

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