Quincy Shannon made a three-point shot at the buzzer to give Oxnard College a 76-73 victory over host College of the Canyons in a Western State Conference interdivisional game Thursday.
Cougar Malik Clark made a layup to tie the game, 73-73, with 24 seconds remaining. Clark led all scorers with 24 points.
Shannon finished with 13 points for Oxnard (13-7). Teammates Curtis Clay and Larry Reed each added 18. Marcel Crain had 15 points for Canyons (7-11).
Valley 102, Hancock 84--Center Lamar Thompson scored 18 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the Monarchs (11-8, 2-2).
Forward Vernon Simmons added 13 points and a career-high 17 rebounds for Valley, which never trailed.
Valley 80, Hancock 77--Monarch freshman Valery Brady scored 25 points in her second game back from a stress fracture in a WSC interdivisional game at Van Nuys.
Brady, who missed 13 games with the injury, hit nine of 16 shots from the field, including five of eight from three-point range. She also had five rebounds and three assists.
Valley (14-7) trailed, 31-14, midway through the first half, but cut its deficit to 43-37 at halftime.
Vonya Dangerfield had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Valley and teammate Nikki Hamilton added 16 points and 12 rebounds. Point guard Maria Fulay contributed 10 points and six assists.
Moorpark 56, Glendale 52--Kristla Scalan scored 27 points and Janette Oriza added 21 as the Raiders overcame a late Glendale rally at Moorpark.
Glendale (2-12), which led by eight points in the first half, trailed by three with 20 seconds left, but was unable to score on its last three possessions.
Canyons 90, Oxnard 65--The Cougars, ranked 12th in the state, scored 90 points for the second consecutive game in a WSC game at Canyons.
Carlisa Hamagaki led the rout with 22 points and Stephanie Labor added 16 points. Jennifer Sprague had 15 points to go with 14 rebounds, and Kyetra Brown contributed 11 points and 14 assists.
Ventura 84, Santa Monica 53--Amber Magner scored 21 points and had eight assists to lead visiting Ventura (15-1, 4-0) in a WSC game. Marina Reyes and Julie Hardy each scored 11 points.