City Section

Saturday, Jan. 10

TOURNAMENTS

L.A. HAMILTON
Round robin

L.A. University 68, L.A. Hamilton 60
All-tournament selections Joesph Broder scored 19 points and Desmond Eaton added 11 points and 12 rebounds to lead L.A. University (7-7), which rallied from a 9-0 deficit in the first quarter.

INTERSECTIONAL

Carson 89, Bakersfield Garces 44
Gerard Anderson scored 27 points to lead visiting Carson (8-6). Bakersfield Garces is 5-8.

Fairfax 58, Oceanside El Camino 51
Trailing 46-45 with 4:45 left, Fairfax (11-2), The Times' No. 2 ranked team went on an 11-2 run, to beat the Wildcats (14-2). Josh Shipp of Fairfax finished with 19 points and Justin Armstrong had 23 points to lead El Camino.

Compton Centennial 75, Crenshaw 53
Arron Afflalo and Chris Berry combined to knock off Crenshaw.

Afflalo scored 16 of his game-high 27 points in the third quarter as the No. 5 Apaches outscored No. 7 Crenshaw, 31-21, to take a 60-38 lead. Afflalo, a UCLA-bound guard, made four of his six three-pointers in the third quarter, after going scoreless until 1:14 remained in the first half.

Berry, a 6-6 senior forward, scored 15 of his 25 points in the first half. Berry finished with 14 rebounds, nine on the offensive end.
--Dan Arritt

Friday, Jan. 9

TOURNAMENTS

L.A. HAMILTON
Pool Play

L.A. University 64, Wilmington Banning 44
Joseph Broder scored 20 points, including four three-pointers, for University (6-7).

Huntington Park 62, L.A. Hamilton 47

NONLEAGUE

Garfield 59, Gardena 55
Steve Monreal had 23 points and eight rebounds for Garfield (2-1).

Granada Hills 78, Sun Valley Poly 73
Adam Schenkel scored 20 points and had 11 rebounds and Savoy Fraine added 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Granada Hills (7-8), which led, 42-31, at halftime. Jerome Lowe and Ray Cascanos both had 15 points for Poly (4-11).

Grant 93, Birmingham 61
Mike Danielian had 36 points, including eight three-pointers, five rebounds and four assists to lead visiting Grant (9-6). Birmingham is 3-8.

Hollywood 48, Van Nuys 39
Gevork Nersisyan had 16 points for visiting Hollywood (10-5).

L.A. Marshall 60, San Fernando 40

INTERSECTIONAL

Belmont 60, Torrance 58
Joseph Martinez scored 18 points to lead host Belmont (5-4).

Thursday, Jan. 8

TOURNAMENTS

L.A. HAMILTON
Pool Play

L.A. University 62, Huntington Park 55
Thamas Frames scored 15 points and Desmond Eaton scored 11 points to lead L.A. University (5-7).

L.A.Hamilton 54, Wilmington Banning 45

NONLEAGUE

South Gate 66, Canoga Park 63
Jose Sanchez had 23 points and UCLA-bound Lorenzo Mata had 17 points to lead South Gate (6-7). Junior Rodriguez had 23 points, 18 rebounds and three steals for host Canoga Park (6-7).

INTERSECTIONAL

Washington 68, Price 64
Kenny Bowman had 17 points, 14 rebounds and 10 blocks to lead visiting Washington (5-5) past Price (7-5). Washington snapped a four-year losing streak to Price.

Wednesday, Jan. 7

NONLEAGUE

Granada Hills 68, North Hollywood 63
Mike Schindler scored 19 points and Savoy Fraine scored 18 points to lead visiting Granada Hills (6-8). Josh Hernandez had 21 points for host North Hollywood (5-9).

L.A. Jordan 100, Jefferson 97 (2 OT)
Junior Chris Johnson scored 27 points to lead L.A. Jordan (7-7). Jefferson junior Austin Usher dribbled the length of the court and made a last-second five-foot shot to send the game into double overtime. Usher finished with 33 points and 10 rebounds and Keon Wilson had 27 points and eight assists for Jefferson. Rashad Riley added 22 points for L.A. Jordan.

L.A. Marshall 51, Bell 48
Vlad Paraschiv had 15 points and Ronnie Aguilar scored 14 to lead host L.A. Marshall (4-7).

Monroe 63, Grant 51
Brandon James had 29 points to lead Monroe (9-5).

Taft 77, Fremont 60
Jordan Farmar had 32 points to lead No. 6 Taft (12-2) over host Fremont (6-7). Taft went on an 18-1 run in the second half.

Tuesday, Jan. 6

NORTHERN LEAGUE

L.A. Wilson 61, L.A. Marshall 48
Junior forward Joshua Valentine had 35 points to lead host L.A. Wilson (5-4, 1-1).

NONLEAGUE

L.A. University 67, North Hollywood 63 (OT)
University's Thomas Frames had 18 points and hit the game-tying three pointer to send the game into overtime. Joseph Broder had 18 points and Desmond Eaton had 14 points and 13 rebounds for University (4-7). David Updegrov had 17 points and eight rebounds and Shayan Nabavi had 16 points and 12 rebounds for North Hollywood (5-8).

Monday, Jan. 5

INTERSECTIONAL

Calabasas 70, El Camino Real 58
Steve Saunders had 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead Calabasas (12-3) over visiting El Camino Real (10-5).

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