In other Kiwanis Tournament Games:

At Serra

Madison 62, Mt. Carmel 56--Forward Donnie Collins had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Madison, which led by 11 after three quarters and hung on. Shane Lantz (19 points) and Matt Baker (13 points) hit three three-pointers each.

Mission Bay 81, Bonita Vista 65--Rick Moe led Mission Bay with 28 points, He sunk six three-pointers.


Southwest 67, Anaheim Canyon 34--Southwest’s Koovaska Robinson led all scorers with 22.

At Hoover

Chula Vista 69, Point Loma 56--Chula Vista’s Jerome Green, who scored 49 in Thursday’s tournament opener, came back with 27 to lead all scorers. He was supported by Alberto Marzan, who scored 17 and pulled down 13 rebounds, and by Lamar Bailey, who passed for seven assists and harrassed Point Loma for eight steals. Jason Foster, who hit six three-pointers, led Point Loma with 24 points. Ken Campbell added 10 and grabbed 15 rebounds.

Poway 75, Hoover 54--Poway (5-2) got a balanced scoring effort, with four players in double figures--Kyle Milling (21), Brian Nietz (15), Justin Kruse (11) and Andy Davis (10)--and another, Todd Fortney, with eight. Tony Maxwell, coming off a 43-point effort, led Hoover with 22 points.


Lincoln 80, Vista 71--The No. 5 Hornets pulled away after a 41-41 halftime tie to lead by as many as 11 in the second half. Lincoln got 20 points from Berry Randle and shut down Vista (3-2) and a 27-point performance by Jason Barnes.


In Lt. Mitchell tournament games:

Las Vegas Bonanza 52, RBV 48--Rancho Buena Vista spent all night trying to rebound from a dismal second quarter in which it was outscored, 25-8. Evan Osmundson led RBV (4-3) with 20 points and eight rebounds and Abe Ajlouny added 10 points.


San Dieguito 70, San Pasqual 56--Playing on its home court, San Dieguito (4-2) got 27 points from David Demian. San Pasqual couldn’t overcome a 23-8 deficit after the first quarter.

Trabuco Hills 63, Fallbrook 56--At San Dieguito, Fallbrook (4-2) seemed to run out of gas after a 22-point third quarter and managed only seven points in the fourth. Chris Miller led the Warriors with 19 points, while John Dutton added 11. Trabuco improved to 7-2.

Dr. Phillips Tournament of Champions

At Orlando, Fla.


Pickett, Tenn. 79, Ramona 57--Pickett’s freshman forward, Joseph Amonett, scored 19 points, including three three-pointers in the second quarter that broke open a tight game. Rusty Hoss led Ramona (2-3) with 13 points and 10 rebounds and Tighe Urelius came off the bench to score six points and grab 10 rebounds.

Metro Conference

Sweetwater 54, Montgomery 31--In a league opener at Sweetwater, forwards Lynne Smith and Tom Keough each scored 14 points and Sweetwater won easily, holding Montgomery to single-figure scoring in each of the first three periods. Sweetwater improved to 2-4 overall.



San Marcos 62, Coronado 36--After Coronado cut the lead to six points in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, San Marcos went into a full-court press and a 22-2 run. Brian Baum led San Marcos (3-2) with 17 points; Eric Olson scored 11 and Kraig Broach scored 10 and added six rebounds. Layne Bauber’s 11 points led Coronado.

Mt. Miguel 72, El Cajon 58--Mike Clymer and Reggie Jones had 14 points and 11 rebounds apiece for Mt. Miguel (4-5), which led by 10 at halftime.

Helix 62, Santana 45--Helix’s press broke open a three-point game at halftime and sent the Highlanders on a 22-11 third quarter run. Bobby Miller scored all of his 13 points in the fourth quarter, including three three-pointers. Lloyd Lake added 19 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks for Helix (4-0).

Mira Mesa 60, University City 47--The Marauders’ Ryan Cunningham, averaging 26 points going into the game, sat out the second quarter and most of the third with foul trouble, but still got 13 points and 14 rebounds. Dave Butler, returning to the lineup after illness, added 13 points for host Mira Mesa (5-1). Barry Waits hit four three-point baskets for University City (4-2).



Tournament of Champions

At Santa Barbara

Rolling Hills Peninsula 67, Poway 39--Things like this happen in holiday tournaments. The No. 1-ranked team in the San Diego Section found out that the world is a little broader; a conclusion reached after playing the nation’s top-ranked team.


Poway actually led at halftime, 29-18, but Peninsula, a first-year school that is the consolidation of three smaller high schools in the Rolling Hills area, played a stifling defense thereafter.