ROUNDUP : Cleveland Leads Valley to 94-79 Win

Mack Cleveland scored 21 points and Vernon Simmons added 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Valley College men’s basketball team defeated Fullerton, 94-79, in the consolation game of the Mt. San Antonio College tournament.

The Monarchs (1-1), who led, 47-35, at halftime, also received 16 points from Wil O’Neal and 15 from Michael Farmer.

Fullerton is 0-2.

San Diego Mesa 77, Moorpark 66--Brady Mertes scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, but the Raiders (0-2) lost to San Diego Mesa (1-1) in the consolation game of the Cerro Coso tournament.



Ventura 89, Hancock 52--The Pirates used a balanced scoring attack to win a semifinal game of the Chaffey tournament.

Five players scored in double figures for Ventura (2-0). Tori Anderson had 20 points and four rebounds, and April Garish had 12 points and seven rebounds.

Valley 71, San Bernardino Valley 66--Shawanda Hotchkiss was named MVP of the Mt. San Antonio College tournament after recording 19 points, four assists and six rebounds in the championship game.

Valery Brady, who had 18 points, three assists and three steals, was named to the all-tournament team for the Monarchs (2-0).

Teammate Cathy Flores added 14 points and six rebounds. Freshman forward Lisa Nielsen grabbed 14 rebounds and had eight points.


NCAA District 8 Championships--Senior Brian Godsey finished 53rd and freshman Javier Ramirez placed 71st to pace Cal State Northridge to a 12th-place finish in the meet at Lewis River Golf Course in Woodland, Wash.

Godsey timed 32 minutes 56.6 seconds over the 10,000-meter course, and Ramirez clocked 33:56.4 to help the Matadors to a 348-point total. Stanford placed first with 53 points, followed by Oregon (69) and Arizona (91).

Margarito Casillas, the 1992 state Division I cross-country champion for Hoover High, was Arizona’s No. 2 runner with an 11th-place time of 31:09.7.


NCAA District 8 Championships--Sophomore Jamie Whitmore of Cal State Northridge placed 55th and freshman teammate Ellen Muench was 79th as the Matadors finished 14th in the meet at Woodland, Wash.

Whitmore timed 18:46.8 over the 5,000-meter course and Muench clocked 19:14.9. Northridge totaled 400 points.

Arizona freshman Amy Skieresz won the race in 16:42.3 to lead the Wildcats (75 points) to a third-place finish behind Oregon (37) and Stanford (71).


Cal Lutheran d. UC San Diego, 16-14, 18-16, 10-15, 15-6--Karen Kasper had 23 kills and Darcy White 22 to lead the Regals (25-2) to the NCAA Division III West Regional championship in La Jolla. White and Tara Thomas each had a school record 32 digs and Liz Martinez had a record 67 assists.


Calabasas 10, Marlborough 8--Shera Weigler, Debra Pepkowitz and Kirsten Gross swept their singles sets to lead the host Coyotes in a Southern Section Division II second-round playoff match.

Harvard-Westlake 13, Arcadia 5--Lindsy Forbess swept her No. 1 singles sets, 6-0, 6-0, 6-4, for the visiting Wolverines (18-3) in a Division II second-round match.

The No. 1 doubles team of Christine Kahm and Lori Markman also swept their sets, 6-1, 6-1, 6-2, for Harvard-Westlake, which will face Calabasas on Tuesday.

Nordhoff 15, Montclair 3--Brianne Chapman did not lose a game in sweeping her matches at No. 3 singles as the Rangers (13-8) defeated the Cavaliers in a Division V second-round match at Thacher High in Ojai.

La Reina 16, Northview 2--Kristin Dickey did not lose a game in sweeping at No. 1 singles, and Lauren Dickey lost only one game in sweeping at No. 2 singles for the host Regents (11-2) in a Division V second-round match.

La Canada 9, Mayfield 9--The Spartans’ No. 1 doubles team of Deanna Jin and Alexandra Burrall swept their sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-0, to lead visiting La Canada (19-1) to a 72-70 victory on games in a Division III second-round match.