Saturday, Dec. 4
Lincoln 61, Huntington Park 47
Hamilton 69, Bravo 42
Eagle Rock 81, Verdugo Hills 64
Virgil Buensucuso led Eagle Rock (2-2) with a game-high 26 points. Mike Stanton led Verdugo Hills (0-5) with 16 points.
SAN ANTONIO LONE-STAR
Richwood (Monroe, La.) 48, Cleveland 45
Senior guard Jason Hill had 13 and junior guard Corey Duncan scored 12 for Cleveland (2-2).
Chaminade 69, Monroe 61
Junior guard Zach Evans had 25 points, going seven for seven from the free-throw line, and 14 rebounds for Chaminade (3-1). Chaminade junior guard Kevin Hufford scored 13 with 11 boards, eight assists and four steals.
Senior guard Rolo Nunez had 15 points, including three 3-pointers for Monroe (2-2).
Friday, Dec. 3
Fountain Valley 56, Sunny Hills 39
Senior guard Ed Olivares had 11 points, including three three-pointers, and senior center Matt Seifert scored 10 for Fountain Valley (3-0). Sunny Hills fell to (2-1).
La Palma Kennedy 59, Los Alamitos 54
Lakewood 76, Locke 60
Tesoro 61, Katella 52
Gabrielino 59, Belmont 54
Jonathan Omar had 12 points and 11 rebounds, Joe Strotman scored 11 points and Minh-Scheng Tran had nine points and nine assists for Gabrielino (3-0), which plays the Keppel Saturday at 7:30. Emmanuel Raif had 18 points on six three-pointers for Belmont (2-2).
Keppel 54, Glendale 52
Brandon Shimasaki had 19 points and Felix Trieu added 16 points for Keppel (4-0). Raymond Dagher had 24 points and 16 rebounds for Glendale (1-3).
Los Angeles 50, Verdugo Hils 41
Guard Joseph Newman had 24 points to lead Los Angeles (1-2). Edvard Aydinyan scored 12 points for Verdugo Hills (0-4).
Oxnard Pacifica 74, Bosco Tech 68 (OT)
Brandon Dixon had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Carlos Esquivel added 16 points to lead Oxnard Pacifica (2-1). David Vasquez had 34 points to pace Bosco Tech (2-2).
Alemany 60, Buckley 55
Alex Baltazar had 18 for Alemany (2-1). Richie Polan had 24 points for Buckley (1-2).
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 56, Pacific Hills 45
Ryan Haliday had 28 points for Hillcrest Christian (2-1). Joshua Wade had 20 points for Pacific Hills.
Montclair Prep 63, Hollywood 60
Freshman Jin Soo Kim had 20 points and four blocks and Marlon Yates had 14 points and nine steals for Montclair Prep (3-0), which plays Campbell Hall Saturday at 8 p.m for the tournament championship. Arturas Lazdauskas had 29 points in the loss for Hollywood (1-2).
King 43, Hawthorne 35
Rashad Bias had 16 points for King (3-0).
Long Beach Wilson 62, Downey 57
Matt Richard had 20 points and Ryan Dent scored 15 for Long Beach Wilson (3-0). Damien Mira led Downey (2-1) with 16.
Gahr 64, South Gate 53
Junior guard Aaron Woods scored 19 points for Gahr (2-1).
Millikan 67, L.A. Marshall 38
LONE-STAR (San Antonio)
Cleveland 49, San Antonio Madison 48
Behind by two points, junior guard Corey Duncan hit a game-winning three-pointer with five seconds remaining for Cleveland. Senior forward Andre Murray led Cleveland (2-1) with 16 points, and senior guard Jason Hill had 15 points and 12 rebounds.
Cleveland 56, San Antonio Southwest 41
Senior center Matt Harrison scored 13 points and had seven rebounds, senior forward Andre Murray had six points, nine rebounds and six assists for Cleveland (1-1).
Carson 61, Morningside 52
Travis Gagau scored 16 points, including three three-pointers, and tournament most valuable player Chris Griffiths finished with 49 points in four games for Carson (4-0). Eric Moss had 19 for Morningside (3-1).
Brentwood 66, Wilmington Banning 57
Luke Fiedler had 16 points for Brentwood. Miguel de la Luz scored 18 for Banning (0-4).
Mira Costa 44, Gardena 42Andrew McLellan had 17 points and 15 rebounds for Mira Costa (3-1). Carl Munns had 13 points for Gardena (0-4).
Garden Grove Pacifica 53, South Torrance 51
Donald Thomas scored 20 points for Pacifica (2-2). Vance Albitz had 16 points for South Torrance (2-2).
Fairfax 89, Long Beach Jordan 63
Jamal Boykin had 30 points and 13 rebounds and Matt Shaw scored 20 for Fairfax (3-0) Long Beach Jordan is 2-1.
Gardean Serra 64, Bishop Montgomery 60
Junior forward Daniel Williams had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Serra (2-1) in the tournament game at Redondo High School. Jonathan Love scored 26 points for Bishop Montgomery (1-2).
Ventura 55, Beverly Hills 53
Nick Palmer scored 17 points for Ventura (3-0). George Medrano had 21 for Beverly Hills (2-1).
Rio Mesa 58, Simi Valley 51
Granada Hills 83, Burbank Burroughs 52
Mike Schindler and Justin Ector each had 14 points, eight rebounds and three blocks for Granada Hills (2-2).
Santa Clara 63, Sun Valley Poly 60
Granada Hills Kennedy 69, North Hollywood 50
Senior forward Aaron Clarke had 16 points, and junior guard Myon Sample scored 12 for host Granada Hills Kennedy (2-0). Aaron Clarke scored 16 points and guard Josh Hernandez had 14 for North Hollywood (1-1).
L.A. Jordan 73, Foshay 64
Forward Isaiah Bell led Foshay (0-1) with 16 points.
L.A. University 57, Grant 54
Junior guard Josue Osorio scored 17, including five 3-pointers, and senior guard Thomas Frames had 16 points for host L.A. Univeristy (2-0). Senior guard Mike Danielian led Grant (0-1) with 15 points. L.A. University junior guard Joe Broder chipped in 14 point, hitting nine of nine free throws.
Reseda 74, Huntington Park 71
Leo Diaz scored 25 points for host Huntington Park (0-1), which missed a potential game-tying three-pointer at the buzzer. Reseda improved to 1-1.
Thursday, Dec. 2
Belmont 63, Cantwell 48
Emmanuel Raif scored 20 points and Joseph Martinez tallied a double-double with 12 points and 19 rebounds for Belmont (2-1). Belmont was up 29-24 at the half but opened up a 19-point lead by outscoring Cantwell 18-4 in the third quarter. Cantwell pulled to within six in the fourth but couldn’t get any closer.
Alemany 59, San Fernando 51
Theo Edwards had 17 points and 15 rebounds for Alemany (1-1), with Chris Qualls adding 12 points. San Fernando is 1-2.
Carson 43, South Torrance 35
Senior guard Kris Griffis had 13 points, eight rebounds, and six assists, while senior guard-forward Kelly Hubardhad added 10 points and eight rebounds for Carson (3-0).
Morningside 58, Banning 43
Bravo 66, Lincoln 53
Junior guard Vahe Sagryan hit five three-pointers and scored 16 points to lead Bravo (2-1). Lincoln is 1-2.
Manual Arts 57, Bell 37
Desean Bowman contributed 21 points and 12 assists, and Greg Bewernick Jr. added 17 points and 14 rebounds for Manuel Arts (1-0).C. Bell is 0-1.
Middle College 44, Harbor Teacher Prep 30
Senior center Olamuya Egbeyema had 11 points, six rebounds and three blocks for Middle College (1-1) in a victory over Harbor Teacher Prep (0-2) at Middle College.
Wednesday, Dec. 1
Belmont 37, Verdugo Hills 34
Pool play--Second round
Bravo 53, Huntington Park 44
Adrian Galicinao scored 27 points to lead host Bravo (1-1).
L.A. Hamilton 67, Lincoln 43
Hawthorne 73, L.A. Marshall 53
Brandon Richardson scored 19 points to lead visiting Hawthorne (1-0). Freshman Casey Jones scored 13 points in his first varsity start for the Cougars.
Long Beach Wilson 69, Bell 34
Matt Richards scored 22 points and collected five rebounds for Wilson (1-0). Bell falls to 0-2.
Carson 67, Gardena 50
Chris Campbell had 10 points, 10 rebounds and five assists for Carson (2-0). Gardena is 0-2.
Garden Grove Pacifica 60, Wilmington Banning 45
Taft 84, Venice 60
Taft (2-0) took an eight-point halftime lead and went on a 20-2 run to open the third quarter. Venice is 0-2.
Chatsworth 48, Narbonne 45
Senior guard Brandon Harris had 11 points and five steals for Chatsworth (1-1). Senior guard Eules Thompson scored 16 for Narbonne.
Fairfax 73, Price 48
Jamal Boykin had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead host Fairfax (2-0), ranked No. 3 by the Times.Price is 1-1.
Loyola 62, Gardena Serra 55
Buchi Awaji scored 21 points for No. 9 Loyola (2-0), which outscored Serra, 22-10, in the fourth quarter for the victory. Kelvin Wilfon and Daniel Williams each 19 points and Williams added 15 rebounds for Serra (1-1), which led with 5:30 left to play.
Long Beach Jordan 65, Palisades 58
Redondo 67, Bishop Montgomery 38
Santa Monica 78, LA Wilson 30
Santa Monica (1-1) held Wilson (0-2) to just seven points in the second half. Will Freedman led Santa Monica with 18 points while Pete Kass added 11 points.
Canoga Park 68, Bellflower 65
Chatsworth 48, Narbonne 45
Santa Monica 76, L.A. Wilson 30
Inglewood 59, Crossroads 47
L.A. University 64, North Hollywood 63
Thomas Frames had 25 points for University (1-0). Brian Tollette added 15 points and Joe Broder scored 14 for the Wildcats. David Updegrove scored 22 for North Hollywood (0-1).
Tuesday, Nov. 30
Locke 83, Buena Park 29
Moses Davenport of Locke (1-0) scored 30 points and had seven assists and teammate Chris Burleson added 17 points and five rebounds at Buena Park.
Sunny Hills 61, Katella 58
Chris Camus had 18 points and five rebounds and Patrick Bradley had eight assists for Sunny Hills (1-0). Katella is 1-1.
Campbell Hall 77, San Fernando 27
Senior forward Conor Turley led Campbell Hall (1-0) with 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists.
Senior guard Jason Heard and sophomore forward Justin Holiday scored 13 points each. Campbell Hall, playing mostly reserves, outscored San Fernando, 11-0, in the fourth quarter. San Fernando is 0-1.
Hollywood 62, Pacific Hills 47
Gevork Nersisyan had 23 points and Lance Bell had 16 in a season opener for both teams.
Gahr 79, L.A. Marshall 50
Junior guard Aaron Woods of Gahr scored 23 points against L.A. Marshall. Jason Esqueta of L.A. Marshall scored 21 points.
King 57, South Gate 46
Arroyo Valley 87, Birmingham 60
Senior guard Claude Williams had 24 of his 27 points in the first three quarters and also finished with seven assists while teammate Jarmar Williams finished 20 points and 15 rebounds.
Taft 53, Cajon 44
Junior Calvin Haynes scored 24 points for Taft (1-0). Pierce Brooks, a 6-foot-7 sophomore, added nine points and 15 rebounds. Cajon is 0-1.
Bishop Montgomery 42, Inglewood 36
Tramaine Hicks scored 13 for Bishop Mongtomery (1-0), which overcame a 27-23 deficit in the fourth quarter. Inglewood dropped to 0-1.
Fairfax 93, L.A. Wilson 27
Jamal Boykin, who had 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, was one of five players who scored in double figures for Fairfax (1-0) in a victory at Redondo.
Gardena Serra 78, Bellflower 40
Joseph Johnson had 22 points, six assists and four steals and Kelvin Wilson added 15 points, six rebounds and five assists for Gardena Serra (1-0) in a victory at Redondo High.
Johnson, Wilson and Daniel Williams each had six points in the first quarter, when the Cavaliers outscored Bellflower 18-2.
St. Bernard 55, Narbonne 40
Ron Houston scored 12 points for St. Bernard (1-0), which won with defensive pressure over the Gauchos (0-2).
Monday, Nov. 29
L.A. Hamilton 79, Huntington Park 29
Lincoln 67, Bravo 56
La Palma Kennedy 58, Buena Park 17
Fountain Valley 71, El Modena 32
Katella 63, La Sierra 48
Lakewood 60, Eisenhower 48
South Torrance 46, Gardena 33
Morningside 49, Garden Grove Pacifica 36
Carson 66, Brentwood 50
Mira Costa 64, Wilmington Banning 19
Palisades 66, Narbonne 60 (OT)
Palisades led by 12 late in the third quarter but needed overtime for the season-opening win. Corey Counts led the Dolphins with 18 points, followed by Cassidy Nelson with 15. Narbonne’s Eules Thompson led all scorers with 32 points, including seven three-pointers.
Price 68, Santa Monica 50
Marcus Palmer had 30 points to lead visiting Price (1-0), which led 35-27 at the half. Frank Henry Ala added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Knights (1-0). Santa Monica starts 0-1.
Downtown Magnets 87, Middle College 56
Grant Marzette had 28 points and Kenneth Burrell had 19 points for host Downtown Magnets (1-0). Middle College is 0-1.
Granada Hills Kennedy 73, Verdugo Hills 35
Robert Valentine had 17 points to lead host Kennedy past Verdugo Hills in a season opener for both teams.
Venice 54, Bell 40
Senior guard/forward Larry Johnson of Venice broke his wrist in the first quarter when he was undercut making a move to the basket. Johnson stayed in the game and scored 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Gondoliers before the break was discovered. Johnson will be out indefinitely, but his anticipated return is at the first of the new year.