Saturday, Dec. 4
Banning 65, Chaparral 61
Mu’Adeed Abdul-Aziz had 26 points and was named the tournament MVP for Banning (4-0).Bert Whittington had 15 points and Taylor Griley added 14 points for Chaparral (3-1).
Fountain Valley 50, La Palma Kennedy 46
Scott Grant, who finished with 25 points, made three free throws in the last 50 seconds to clinch the victory for Fountain Valley (4-0), which won the tournament championship at Buena Park.
Brethren Christian 56, La Jolla Country Day 49
Tournament MVP Andrew Fisher had 22 points and nine rebounds for Brethren Christian (4-0).
Downey Calvary Chapel 55, Whittier Christian 53
Senior forward Steve Anderson sealed the win by hitting a free throw with 2.4 seconds remaining. He led Calvary (3-1) with 16 points. Whittier Christian is 3-2.
Fountain Valley 50, La Palma Kennedy 46
Scott Grant had 23 points, including nine of 10 from the free throw line, and was named tournament MVP for Fountain Valley (4-0). Kennedy is 3-1.
Keppel 42, Gabrielino 25
Felix Trieu had 12 points and Kevin Wong added 10 points as Keppel (5-0) won the Burbank tournament championship for the second consecutive season. Joe Strotman had 14 points for Gabrielino.
Glendale 67, Belmont 60
Raymond Dagher, who was named to the all-tournament team, had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Hamlet Hovhanesian had 13 points to lead Glendale (2-3) over Belmont.
Burbank 61, Oxnard Pacifica 58
Greg Olmos scored two free throws to put Burbank (4-1) up by three in final seconds. Serob Oganesyan scored 31 for Burbank, and Brandon Dixon had 18 for Pacifica (2-2).
Bosco Tech 62, Cantwell Sacred Heart 52
Danny Vasquez had 20 points and five rebounds for Bosco Tech (2-3). Cantwell Sacred Heart is 2-3.
Campbell Hall 61, Montclair Prep 55
Jason Heard had 19 points and tournament MVP Conor Turley had 14 points for Campbell Hall (4-0). Montclair Prep is 3-1. Heard and teammate Robert Ford were named to the all-tournament team. Jin Soo Kim had 15 points for Montclair Prep (3-1).
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 57, Alemany 52
Dallas Rutherford had 21 points for Hillcrest Christian (3-1). Theo Edwards had 15 points and 14 rebounds in the loss for Alemany (2-2).
Pacific Hills 42, San Fernando Valley Academy 32
Joshua Wade scored 13 points for Pacific Hills (1-3). San Fernando Valley Academy is 0-4.
King 54, Long Beach Wilson 43
Matt Ibewiro had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Drew Smith had 12 points and five rebounds and tournament MVP Rashad Bias had 11 points and seven assists for King (4-0). Matt Richard led Wilson (3-1) with 11 points.
Hawthorne 66, Downey 65 (OT)
With the teams tied at 59-59 at the end of the fourth quarter, Jerry Smoots scored four points in overtime and finished with 20 points and Josh Jordan finished with a team-high 24 points for Hawthorne (3-1) in the game at Cerritos High.
Ckentrell Johnson led the Hawthorne defense, which forced Downey into a combined 10 turnovers in the fourth quarter and overtime. The Cougars also made nine of 11 free throws in the fourth quarter and made three of four attempts in overtime. They were 13 for 18 from the free-throw line in the second half and overtime.
CLOVIS BUCHANAN/FRESNO CLOVIS WEST
Clovis West 77, Artesia 57
Clovis West (4-0) led 10-0 after one minute. Artesia is 3-1.
Ayala 75, Madera 52
Stephan Gilling had 19 points and Josh Miller added 12 points and 16 rebounds for Ayala (3-1).
Temescal Canyon 88, Miller 72
Bryan Byrd had 25 points, Rocky Hampton had 20 points and 14 rebounds, Matt Nunez had 20 points and 11 rebounds and Noah Petrich had 16 points and 14 rebounds for host Temescal Canyon (2-0). Miller fell to 1-1.
Bishop Diego 45, Malibu 42
Malibu led by seven at halftime but got into severe foul trouble. The game was tied at 35 after three quarters before Bishop Diego won on free throws in the final minute.
Arrowhead Christian 87, Woodlands Christian 68
Sophomore guard Eric Imperio scored 21 points with seven assists and four steals. He was 14 of 14 from the foul line in the fourth quarter. Arrowhead Christian is 3-1, and Woodlands Christian fell to 2-2.
Windward 61, Holy Martyrs 47
Cedric Latimer finished with 30 points, having scored 26 in the first half, and 10 rebounds for Windward. Holy Martyrs falls to 2-2.
Mater Dei 67, Esperanza 54
Mater Dei trailed by 14 after the first quarter but pulled to a halftime tie and outscored Esperanza by eight in the third quarter.
Taylor King finished with 26 points and 12 rebounds and Mike Gerrity had 22 points, five assists and six steals for Mater Dei (4-0). Trey Anderson scored 14 points for Esperanza (3-1).
Anaheim Canyon 68, Servite 65
Senior center Joe Thorpe had 27 points for Anaheim Canyon (3-1). Junior center-forward Blake Wallace scored 20 for Servite (2-2).
Brea Olinda 77, Ganesha 69
Andrew Kline had 18 points, four steals and two assists to lead Brea Olinda (3-1). Ganesha fell to 2-2.
Laguna Beach 61, Warren 50
Max Jaffe had 17 points and three steals and Nicola Nikolic had 16 points for Laguna Beach (2-2). Warren is 1-3.
Dana Hills 61, Mission Viejo 47
Blaine Templeton had 29 points and point guard Shaun Engle, the tournament MVP, added 15 points for Dana Hills (4-0). Templeton and Brett Lorin, who added six points, were selected to the all-tournament team. Brad Tolzda had 23 points to lead Mission Viejo (3-1).
Carlsbad 74, Orange 61
Thomas Kernes led Carlsbad with 25 points, followed by Mark Valverdo with 12. Orange (1-3) senior Jonathan Gama had 26 points and 11 rebounds
Taft 77, Arroyo Valley 47
Taft junior guard Calvin Haynes had 20 points through the first three quarters and sat out the fourth. Taft, which jumped out to a 12-1 lead, improved to 3-1, while Arroyo Valley fell to 2-2.
Torrance 79, West Torrance 61
Center Deon Thompson, a 6-8 junior who was the tournament MVP, had 19 points and 14 rebounds to lead Torrance (4-0), which also had Drew Rivera score 19 points and Nate Bryant add 18. Jun Uchida had 19 points to lead West Torrance (3-1).
Long Beach Cabrillo 88, South Bay Lutheran 27
Renaissance Academy 70, Providence 48
Leif Williams led Renaissance Academy (3-0) with 19 points. Providence is 2-1.
Pilibos 51, St. Genevieve 37
Arshag Chahinian led Pilibos (2-1) with 18 points.St. Genevieve is 1-2.
San Marino 52, Oakwood 29
Corbin Jung scored 35 points for San Marino (3-1), which outscored Oakwood (1-3), 17-2, in the fourth quarter.
Fairfax 80, Loyola 56
Redondo 62, Long Beach Jordan 58
Price 49, Gardena Serra 42
Senior forward Marcus Palmer had 19 points for Price (3-1). Junior forward Daniel Williams had 14 points with 10 rebounds for Gardena Serra (2-2).
Palisades 54, Bishop Montgomery 49
Carl Robertson led Palisades (2-2) with 16 points. Aaron Pettus had 14 points for Bishop Montgomery (1-3).
Chatsworth 55, Inglewood 53
Sophomore point guard Michael Palarca made a layup at the buzzer for the win. Palarca finished with 17 points, six assists and six steals, and Anthony Edwards also had 17 points for Chatsworth (3-1). Inglewood is 2-2
Santa Monica 73, Canoga Park 69
Jason Deutchman had 22 points and 14 rebounds and Will Freedman had 18 points for Santa Monica (2-2). Canoga Park is 1-3.
Crossroads 57, Narbonne 53
Bellflower 55, L.A. Wilson 43
La Salle 53, Tehachapi 49
La Salle junior guard Ben Brekke had 25 points, including six three-pointers, and was named the tournament MVP. Troy Baugh had five points, eight assists and four steals for La Salle (5-0). Justin Dock scored 19 points for Tehachapi (4-1).
San Jose Bellarmine 55, St. John Bosco 52
Sophomore guard Daniel Hackett led St. John Bosco with 16 points. St. John Bosco (2-2) had a 32-24 halftime lead.
SAN LUIS OBISPO
Santa Margarita 53, Santa Cruz 52
Junior forward James Keefe made a pair of free throws with seven seconds remaining to give Santa Margarita (4-0) the lead and the win. Santa Margarita trailed by four with 30 seconds remaining, when sophomore guard Chayne Martin hit one of his five three-pointers.
Both Keefe and Martin led the Eagles with 15 points each. Keefe pulled in 10 rebounds. Junior Russell led Santa Cruz (3-1) with 18 points.
Crespi 54, Santa Ynez 44
Senior guard Scott Futterman scored 32 points for Crespi (1-2). Santa Ynez is 0-3.
Saugus 66, Santa Barbara 60
Neil Diorio had 18 points, four assists and three rebounds to lead Saugus (4-0) to a title in its own tournament. Diorio was all-tournament and teammate Shant Bicakci, who added eight points in the championship games, was selected MVP.
Tyler Williams had 23 points and David Noell added 12 to lead Santa Barbara (3-1). Williams and Noell were also selected all-tournament.
Canyon Country Canyon 52, Westlake 40
Kris Rincon had 23 points and Carlos King added nine to lead Canyon Country Canyon (1-2). Westlake fell to 0-3.
El Segundo 56, Palmdale 48
El Segundo(4-0) trailed by seven when senior Jamie Jones re-entered the game with 5:30 remaining in the third quarter. Jones, who sat out most of the third quarter and the beginning of the fourth with foul trouble, scored 10 points to lead the Eagles down the stretch. He finished with 10 rebounds and three blocks.
El Segundo’s Bryce Davis scored seven of his nine points in the third quarter. Pete Evenson hit two three-pointers during the fourth-quarter run and was the Eagles’ top scorer with 15 points, all on three-pointers. Palmdale (4-1) was led by Bartham with 16 points and Johnson with 13.
Granite Hills 66, Twentynine Palms 51
Senior guard Andrew Ellis scored 27 points for Granite Hills (3-1). Twentynine Palms is 2-1.
Big Bear 59, Silver Valley 45
Junior guard Kyle Lewis had 14 points for Big Bear (3-1). Silver Valley is 0-2.
Apple Valley Christian 58, Hesperia 50
Apple Valley Christian rode a 17-4 first quarter to the win. Senior forward Justin Nunes recorded 24 points, senior point guard Peter Kudrle had 15 points and six assists, and Wes Watts added 14 points and 14 rebounds for Apple Valley Christian (2-1). Aaron Dutcher led Hesperia with 16 points.
Ventura 65, Rio Mesa 53
Ventura led by one going into the final quarter but outscored Rio Mesa by 11 in the fourth. Nick Palmer had eight of his 15 points in the fourth.
Nick Larson was Ventura’s leading scorer, with 17 points. Rio Mesa (3-1) was led by Dustin Segovia with 12. Colin Campbell of Ventura (4-0) was the tournament MVP.
Simi Valley 62, Beverly Hills 51
Mike Rogers scored seven of his 17 points during a 12-0 fourth-quarter run, and Tony Meza added 13 points for Simi Valley (3-1). Don Choi had 10 of his 12 points in the first half for Beverly Hills (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).
Valencia 44, Oaks Christian 37
Teddy Goete scored 18 for Valencia (2-2). Oaks Christian is 1-3.
VICTOR VALLEY CHRISTIAN
Acedemy for Academic Excellence 51, Bermuda Dunes Deset Christian 45 (OT)Eric Schneider had 19 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks in the loss for Desert Christian (2-1).
Bloomington Christian 101, Redlands Calvary Chapel 75
Joel Pulliam had 26 points, including six three-pointers, for Calvary Chapel (0-3). Bloomington Christian is 1-2.
Ontario Christian 47, Boys Republic 45
Senior guard Keith Gabrielfe had 19 points and 11 rebounds and sophomore guard Joel Belko scored 10 for Ontario Christian (2-1).
Ribet Academy 48, Upland Christian 38
Travis Keith scored 10 points and freshman center Alex Roberds pulled in eight rebounds for Upland Christian (1-2). Ribet is 2-1.
Garden Grove 49, Anaheim 48 (OT)
Anaheim led by four in overtime, but David Richmond scored two clutch baskets in the final 1:30 to tie the game for Garden Grove (4-0). Danny Aoun replaced Paul Victoria, who was injured while being fouled with one second remaining, and made the second of two free throws to provide the go-ahead points. Victoria is expected to return for the next game.
Richmond led Garden Grove with 26 points and was the tournament MVP, averaging more than 30 points a game. Anaheim is 3-1.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Pioneer 62, Santa Fe 51
Ruben Orozco had 15 points and ten rebounds and was named tournament MVP and Nick Giraud had 16 points for Pioneer (4-1). Santa Fe is 2-2.
Paramount 56, Westminster La Quinta 47
Clinton Williams had 12 points for Paramount (4-2). Louis Nguyen had 17 points for La Quinta (2-2). Both Williams and Nguyen were named to the all-tournament team.
Bolsa Grande 54, Oxford Academy 23
Bolsa Grande is 2-2 and Oxford Academy 1-3.
Savanna 60, Magnolia 45
Tayler Mitchell had 12 points for Savanna (2-2). Brad Johnson had 15 points in the loss for Magnlia (0-4).
Avalon 54, South Bay Lutheran 50 (OT)
Osvaldo Campos had 13 points and Jorge Hernandez finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds to lead Avalon (1-1). Mark Jones had 23 points for South Bay Lutheran. Mark Jones scored 22 points in a losing effort for South Bay Lutheran (0-5).
Capistrano Valley 68, Canyon Springs 50
Josh Poitevin scored 15 points and Keith Wilkinson added 12 for Capistrano Valley (5-0), ranked No. 15 in the Southland by The Times, at Riverside Poly. Andre McGee had 24 points for Canyon Springs (0-1).
El Toro 68, Claremont 60
Jonathan Johnson had 24 points and five assists and Kelvin Kim had 14 points and seven assists for El Toro (2-0), ranked No. 10 by The Times. Claremont is 0-1.
Glendora 59, Norco 47
James Powell scored 25 points for Glendora (2-0).
Netan Eli 49, Village Glen West 35
Friday, Dec. 3
Chaparral 58, Rubidoux 44
Senior point guard Bert Whittington had 20 points and eight assists and Chris Casazza added 14 points for Chaparral (3-0). John Walker had 12 points to lead Rubidoux (2-1).
Rim of the World 48, Beaumont 37
Center Cory Oakes had 13 points and nine rebounds to lead Rim of the World (2-1). Ryan Kinney had 15 and nine rebounds for Beaumont (1-2).
Brethren Christian 61, Whittier Christian 42
Andrew Fisher had a game-high 24 points and Tyler Ternef added 10 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and four steals for host Brethren Christian (3-0). Jon Palmer had 11 points for Whittier Christian (3-1)
Downey Calvary Chapel 62, San Gabriel Academy 52
Junior guard David Avila scored 17 points to lead Calvary Chapel (2-1). San Gabriel Academy is 2-2.
Fairmont Prep 55, Cathedral 33
Ryan Jocson had 22 points and six assists and Austin Clemons added 15 points to lead Fairmont Prep (1-3) past Cathedral.
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).
CHULA VISTA EASTLAKE
Palm Desert 78, Elsinore 53
Justin Sobczyk had 19 points and eight assists for Palm Desert (2-0). Alex Mobley scored 13 points for Elsinore (1-2).
Temescal Canyon 82, Cathedral City 72
Matt Nunez finished with 30 points and 12 rebounds and Bryan Byrd had 22 points, 11 rebounds and five steals in a season opener for Temescal Canyon. Raul Servia had 20 points and Nicolas Johnson added 19 for Cathedral City (0-2).
CLOVIS BUCHANAN/CLOVIS WEST
Artesia 48, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial 43
Malik Story had 16 points and six rebounds to lead Artesia (3-0), to the victory, which was head coach Scott Pera’s 200th career victory as a coach. Pera has been the coach of the Pioneers for five seasons. Artesia will play Clovis West for the Championship tomorrow at 7 p.m.
Ayala 62, Clovis 59
Stephan Gilling had 22 points and Josh Miller added 13 points and 12 rebounds for Ayala (2-1) at Fresno Clovis West High. Clovis fell to 1-2.
Eastside Christian 79, Discovery Prep 26
Doug Rominger had 18 points for Eastside Christian (3-0), which saw five other players score in double-digits. Discovery Prep dropped to 2-1.
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
Malibu 56, Woodland Christian 44
Zak Katz had 20 points, including 15 in the second half, and Mick Dupre also had 20 points for Malibu (4-0). Woodland Christian is 2-1.
Holy Martyrs 54, Western Christian 47
Holy Martyrs is 2-1.
Mater Dei 84, Placentia Valencia 49
Taylor King had 25 points and 10 rebounds and Mike Gerrity had 22 points, five steals and four assists for Mater Dei (3-0). Placentia Valencia is 2-1.
Anaheim Canyon 47, Foothill 38
Senior guard Chris Briggs had 14 points, including three three-pointers, and freshman guard Jerime Anderson scored nine points with three steals for Anaheim Canyon (2-1). Junior guard Travis Fullmer had 17 points, including three 3-pointers, for Foothill (1-2).
Ganesha 79, Warren 73 (2OT)
Diamond Phelps had 56 points, including 21 points in the fourth quarter and 15 points in overtime to lead Ganesha. Chris Pope added 12 points for the Giants (2-1). Ganesha trailed by 19 points at the start of the fourth quarter before Phelps’ run.
Servite 66, Cypress 52
Blake Wallace had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots and David Doeling added 17 points to lead Servite (2-1) past Cypress (1-2).
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).
Dana Hills 53, Woodbridge 38
Blane Templeton had 20 points and Brett Lorin added 11 points to lead Dana Hills (3-0). Woodbridge fell to 2-1. Dana Hills faces Mission Viejo (3-0) in the championship on Saturday.
Channel Islands 55, Kilpatrich 52
Dos Pueblos 82, Hueneme 76
Fillmore 54, Villanova 52
Sanger 69, Nordhoff 48
Pasadena 63, Arroyo Valley 58
San Marino 64, Bell-Jeff 44
Senior guard Corbin Jung had 44 points, including four 3-pointers, and added 11 rebounds and six steals for San Marino (2-1). Bell-Jeff fell to 0-2.
Rolling Hills Prep 74, South Bay Lutheran 34
Tristan Smith had 30 points and seven assists for Rolling Hills Prep (1-2). South Bay Lutheran is 1-3.
West Torrance 56, Palos Verdes 55
Chad Hunt had 24 points, including two free throws with five seconds remaining, for West Torrance (3-0), which plays Torrance in the championship game Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Palos Verdes is 2-1.
Providence 56, St. Genevieve 53
Mark Azer had 23 points for Providence (2-0). Federico Ayala had 23 points and Joe Karout had eight points and 12 rebounds for St. Genevieve (1-1).
Renaissance Academy 50, Pilibos 46
Oakwood 51, L.A. Lutheran 48
San Marino 64, Bell-Jeff 45
Corbin Jung scored 45 points, including seven three pointers, for San Marino, which had only three players score. Dennis Jeng added 17 points and Grant Shinner put up two to round out the scoring for San Marino (1-1). Jung scored 17 of his teams 19 third-quarter points.
Sophomore Chris Lopez had 13 points and 11 rebounds and sophomore Jeff Grubbs added 10 points for Bell Jeff (0-2).
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.
Loyola 70, Redondo 67
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).
Price 60, Palisades 47
Capistrano Valley 44, Riverside Poly 34
Keith Wilkinson scored 21 points and Chad De Cosas added 13 points to lead Capistrano Valley (4-0). Josh Lopez had 12 points for Riverside Poly (3-1).
Damien 75, Colton 52
Senior center Nick Bright had 16 points and 10 rebounds and junior guard Preston Browne added 15 points, including two 3-pointers, for Damien (3-1). Colton is 2-2.
La Salle 58, Littlerock 56
Troy Baugh made two free throws to give La Salle a 57-56 lead with 25 seconds left to play. Baugh finished with 10 points, but the Lancers (4-0) were led by Ben Trousdale’s 18 points.
Scott Jones, a sophomore center, had 11 points and 15 rebounds for La Salle, which will play the Rosamond-Tehachapi winner at 6 p.m. Saturday in the tournament title game. Littlerock fell to 1-2.
SAN LUIS OBISPO
Santa Margarita 55, San Marcos 53
Junior forward James Keefe had 16 points and eight rebounds, and junior forward Christian Hernandez added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Santa Margarita (3-0). Senior guard Jacob Mercer had 22 points, including three 3-pointers for San Marcos (2-1).
Oxnard 55, Westlake 46
Nince Carico led Westlake (0-2) with 13 points at Saugus High. Oxnard improves to 1-1.
Saugus 78, Highlad 66
Tobias Allen scored 31 points in a losing effort for Highland (2-1). Tobias has scored 95 total points in his last three games. Saugus is 3-0.
Santa Barbara 58, Buena 41
El Segundo 60, Arlington 53
Jamie Jones had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Justin Johnson added 14 points and five assists for El Segundo (3-0), which will play Palmdale for the championship tomorrow. Arlington is 3-1.
Twentynine Palms 74, Silver Valley 28
Senior forward Lance Bednorski had 15 points and 11 rebounds and senior guard T.J. Stanford added 13 rebounds, five steals and five assists to lead Twentynine Palms (2-0). Silver Valley dropped to 1-1.
Apple Valley Christian 45, Boulder City (Nev.) 41
Senior forward Justin Nunes had 21 points, eight rebounds, and six steals for Apple Valley Christian (1-1).
Granite Hills 58, Hesperia 48
Andrew Ellis had 19 points and eight assists and Richard Collins added 18 points for Granite Hills (1-1) at Barstow College. Aaron Dutcher had 23 points for Hesperia (0-2).
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
VICTOR VALLEY CHRISTIAN
Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 59, Excelsior 38
Senior Eric Chneider had 23 points and 13 rebounds, and was nine of 10 from the free throw line, and senior Brock Curry, playing in just his second varsity basketball game, scored 15 points with 21 rebounds for Desert Christian (2-0). Excelsior is 1-1.
Bethel Christian 104, Redlands Calvary Chapel 77
Freshman guard Joel Pulliam had 30 points, including seven three-pointers, for Calvary Chapel (0-2). Bethel Christian improved to 2-1.
Upland Christian 69, Webb B 22
Senior forward Roy Alilionwu had 27 points, six steals and six rebounds and junior guard Andy Touche had five assists and four steals for Upland Christian (1-1).
Garden Grove 53, Western 51
Senior guard David Richmond had 25 points for Garden Grove (3-0). Western is 2-1.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Oxford Academy 64, Magnolia 53
George Barboza had 20 for Oxford Academy (1-2). Magnolia is 0-3.
Paramount 53, Savanna 38
Senior forward Javier Fabela had 17 points for Paramount (3-1). Savanna fell to 1-2.
Pioneer 46, La Quinta 44
Junior forward Ruben Orozco had 21 points for Pioneer (3-0). La Quita is 2-1.
Sante Fe 71, Bolsa Grande 47
Senior guard Sergio Nunez had 15 points for Sante Fe (2-1). Senior forward James Tifrea had 20 points for Bolsa Grande (1-2).
Alhambra 49, El Monte 37
Arthur White had 26 points and 15 rebounds to lead visiting Alhambra (2-0). El Monte, which shot 14 of 47 from the field, is 2-1.
Aliso Niguel 71, Huntington Beach 43
Michael Roll had 24 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals and Kyle Zierer had 13 points and six rebounds for host Aliso Niguel (2-0). Huntington Beach fell to 0-1.
Blair 76, Southwestern 12
Kevin Williams had 14 points and six rebounds, Joseph Coach had 10 points and 16 rebounds and Eric Neely added nine points and 15 rebounds to lead host Blair (1-1).
Bonita 82, San Dimas 53
Brock Zylstra had 26 points, including three three-point baskets, to lead host Bonita (2-0) over San Dimas (1-2).
Century 57, Irvine 25
Century is 1-1. Irvine is 0-2.
Colony 70, Baldwin Park 48
Stedman Merritt had 33 points, including seven three-point baskets and 21 third quarter points, and senior forward Tony Osunsanmi had 14 rebounds, eight assists, four steals and five blocks for visiting Colony (2-0). Baldwin Park is 1-2.
Diamond Ranch 78, St.Bernard 65
Junior center David Renfroe had 21 points and junior guard Donte Smith had 19 for host Diamond Ranch (2-0). Junior guard Windsor Williams had 20 for St. Bernard.
Etiwanda 72, Eisenhower 49
Jeff Pendergraph had 19 points, 15 rebounds and five blocked shots, Darren Collison added 19 points and David Carter had 15 points for Etiwanda (1-0). Brandon Kennedy had 24 points to lead Eisenhower (0-3).
Hoover 69, South Pasadena 51
Sophomore small forward Zare Zagaryan had 29 points and 12 rebounds for visiting Hoover (1-0). South Pasadena is 0-2.
L.A. Baptist 64, Maranatha 41
Josh Augur had 20 points to lead host L.A. Baptist (1-0). Blake Heal had nine points for Marantha (1-2).
La Habra 76, Hacienda Heights Wilson 47
Andrew Caldwell scored 25 points for La Habra (1-1). Wilson is 0-1.
La Mirada 62, Bishop Amat 51
Johnny Oronoz scored 31 points to lead La Mirada (1-0). Host Bishop Amat fell to 0-1.
La Quinta 65, Brawley 63
A.J. Cantley scored 14 points, including the game-winning free throws with 30 seconds left for host La Quinta (2-1), which led 39-27 at halftime. Brawley is 1-1.
Lawndale 82, Chadwick 56
Sophomore Brandon Davis had 18 points and Rudy Guererro had 13 points and 13 rebounds for Lawndale (1-1). The Cardinals recorded their first varsity basketball win in 25 years. It is the second year of the program after the school reopened. Chadwick is 0-1.
Mesrobian 73, Palm Valley 71 (OT)
Joey Wassilian had 41 points and 22 rebounds and Garen Kazanc made two game-winning free throws with eight seconds left in overtime for visiting Mesrobian (1-1). Tro Kasbarian made 11 of 13 free throws for Mesrobian, including seven of nine in overtime.
Freshman point guard Kevin Smith had 20 points and 10 assists for host Palm Valley (0-2)
Montebello 59, La Serna 57
Michael Martinez made a half-court, three-point shot as time expired to take the lead for host Montebello (1-0). La Serna is 2-1.
Northview 71, Sierra Vista 39
Jimmy House had 16 points and 10 rebounds, Sean Reilly added 13 points and Adrian Acevedo added 11 points and seven rebounds for host Northview (2-0). David Lazaro had 10 points to lead Sierra Vista (0-2).
Orange Lutheran 78, Milwaukee (Wis.) Lutheran 71
David Wilson had 19 points, Michael Reardon added 19 points and eight rebounds and Travis Pinick had 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead Orange Lutheran (1-0).
Rancho Cucamonga 64, Montclair 57
Calvin Mitchell had 27 points to lead Rancho Cucamonga (2-0). Larry Gordon scored 21 points for host Mountclair (1-2).
Schurr 52, Bassett 47
Tony Sanchez had 18 points for host Schurr (2-0). T.J. Marte had 22 points for Bassett (1-1).
Temple City 73, Pasadena Marshall 63
Steven Soong scored 18 points for Temple City (2-0), which used a 13-2 scoring run to pull away in the third-quarter. Mark Sutton had 23 points and nine rebounds for Marshall (1-1).
Westview 102, Regency 21
Pablo Saucedo scored 25 points and had 12 assists and James McIntyre had 24 points and 12 rebounds for host Westview (2-1). Regency fell to 0-2.
Workman 54, Norwalk 32
Forward Andre Vargas had 16 points to lead visiting Workman. Forward Brandon Deforeest scored seven points for host Norwalk (0-2).
West Covina 48, Bell Gardens 47
Thursday, Dec. 2
Rim of the World 53, Desert Hot Springs 51
James Young had 17 points, six rebounds and four assists for Rim of the World (1-1). Desert Hot Springs is 0-2.
Brethren Christian 59, Fairmont Prep 37
Andrew Fisher scored 21, and Tyler Ternes had 11 points, eight rebounds and seven steals for Brethren Christian (2-0). Ryan Jockson led Fairmont Prep (0-3) with 17 points.
Belmont 63, Cantwell Sacred Heart48
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.
Mark Keppel 50, Bosco Tech 37
Brian Shimasaki scored 15 points and Kevin Wong added 14 for Keppel (3-0). Tyler Tolo had 12 points and 14 rebounds for Bosco Tech (1-2).
Oxnard Pacifica 54, Glendale 49
Brandon Dixon had 18 points and 14 rebounds for Pacifica (1-1). Glendale is also 1-1.
Pacifica 54, Glendale 49
After trailing most of the game, Glendale cut the deficit to three before Pacifica hit free throws down the stretch for the win.Theo Minassian had 15 for Glendale (1-1).
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.
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 57, Hollwood 47
Senior guard Drew Rigney scored 25 points for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (1-1). Arturas Lazdauskas had 14 points for Hollywood (1-1).
Montclair Prep 70, Pacific Hills 52
Junior guard Craig Partovich scored 23 points and senior guard Marlon Yates added 10 with eight assists for Montclair Prep (2-0). Sophomore forward Julius Von Hanzlik led Pacific Hills (0-2) with 16 points.
Pool play--Second Round
Downey 58, Rialto 49
Anthony Rollins scored 20 points for Downey (2-0). Tyrone Jackson had 20 points for Rialto (1-1).
Hawthorne 70, Gahr 54
Brandon Richardson scored 20 points and Casey Jones had 11 assists for Hawthorne (2-0), which led 34-26 at halftime. Andrew Arnold scored 27 points for Gahr (1-1).
King 65, Long Beach Millikan 51
Junior forward Drew Smith led King (2-0) with 18 points, followed by junior guard Rashad Bias with 16 points. Millikan is 1-1.
Long Beach Wilson 56, Cerritos 49
Ryan Dent made a pair of free throws for an injured teammate with nine seconds remaining in the game for Wilson (2-0), then stole an inbound pass and made a basket to give Wilson a 54-49 lead. Dent finished with 11 points. Cerritos is 1-1.
CHULA VISTA EASTLAKE
Elsinore 51, Victor Valley 46
Rod Freeman had 18 points for Elsinore (1-1), while David Parker added 15 points and 11 rebounds. Victor Valley is 0-2.
A.B. Miller 95, Cathedral City 81
CLOVIS BUCHANAN/FRESNO CLOVIS WEST
Artesia 68, Ayala 47
James Harden finished with 32 points, making eight of nine three-point shots, and six rebounds to lead Artesia (2-0) past Ayala (1-1). Artesia plays the winner of Clovis West and Fresno Washington at 6:45 p.m. Friday in a quarterfinal.
Moorpark 76, Santa Maria 66
Sam Adams and Drew Dowl each had 18 points and Jonathon Aiwazian added 15 for Moorpark (1-0). Marco Gonzalez had 18 points to lead Santa Maria (1-1).
LAGUNA BLANCA/BISHOP DIEGO
Malibu 65, Western Christian 39
Senior guard-forward Alex Beck had 17 points and senior guard Zak Katz added 13 for Malibu (3-0). Center John Rogers led Western Christian (1-1) with 17 points. Malibu started with a 32-12 first-quarter lead.
Arrowhead Christian 74, Windward 60
After leading by three at halftime, Arrowhead Christian turned up the tempo and outscored Windward, 26-9, in the third quarter. Corbin Sanchez scored 11 of his 16 points in the third quarter for Arrowhead Christian (2-0). Junior forward Ben Lee led Arrowhead Christian with 20 points, and senior forward Tyler Light added 16.
Woodland Christian 71, Holy Martyrs 46
Holy Martyrs is 1-1.
Esperanza 62, Servite 50
Darryl Lawlor had 25 points to lead Esperanza (2-0). Blake Wallace had 27 points for Servite (1-1).
LONE STAR TOUR. (San Antonio, TX)
Marshall of San Antonio 50, Cleveland 44
Three players reached double-figures in a losing cause for Cleveland (0-1). Corey Duncan led with 13, and Andre Murray and DeAndre Myles each had 12.
Milken 59, Yeshiva 48
Kevin Klein had 19 points, tournament MVP Leo Grifka had 17 points, including eight of nine free throws in the fourth quarter, and Doug Siskin added 15 for Milken (4-0). Point guard Cooper Wilson finished with six assists and no turnovers for Milken. Robert Karpeles had 15 points to lead Yeshiva (3-1). All-tournament players included Leon Hason, Wilson and Klein of Milken, and Karpeles and Sammy Clifford of Yeshiva.
Third Place game
Highland Hall 45, West Valley Christian 43
Highland Hall survived a 10-0 West Valley Christian run in the final 35 seconds for the win. Sophomore guard Alex Ramirez scored 15 points and senior guard Blaise Scemama registered 16 points and five steals for Highland Hall (3-1). West Valley Christian is 2-2.
Fifth place game
Viewpoint 42, Shalhevet 18
Viewpoint (2-2) made the game a rout by taking a 24-3 lead at the end of the first quarter. Shalhevet is 1-3.
Brentwood 61, Gardena 58
Brentwood’s Andreas Shreider had 18 points.
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).
Mira Costa 57, Garden Grove Pacifica 40
Gerald Johnson had 13 points and Andrew McLellan scored 12 with 16 rebounds for Mira Costa (2-1). Donald Thomas had 13 points for Garden Grove Pacifica (1-2).
Morningside 58, Banning 43
Dana Hills 58, El Dorado 43
Shaun Engle and Blaine Templeton each had 22 points for Dana Hills (2-0). El Dorado fell to 1-2.
Mission Viejo 70, Oceanside 52
Perry Webster had 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Warren Reuland added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Mission Viejo (3-0). Oceanside is 0-2.
Morro Bay 57, Shafter 29
Freshman guard Dylan Roher led Morro Bay (1-0) with 15, followed by senior guard with Jung Cabot 13.
Atascadero 65, Bakersfield Liberty 51
Mission Prep 65, Nipomo 47
Moorpark 75, Santa Maria 66
North Bakersfield 57, Lompoc Cabrillo 51
Paso Robles 86, Coast Union 35
Villa Park 89, Carpinteria 48
Hueneme 76, Villanova 41
Rahim LeBlanc had 19 points and Justin Haulzy scored 16 for Hueneme (1-0). Mero Marme had 14 points for Villanova (0-1).
Nordoff 54, Channel Islands 49
A.J. Maulhardt had 14 points for Nardoff (2-0), and Darryl Lorin scored 16 for Channel Island (0-2).
Dos Pueblos 62, Fillmore 49
Sanger 72, Kilpatrick 50
Torrance 67, Long Beach Cabrillo 35
Junior center Deon Thompson had 14 points while junior guard Reggie Richardson scored 12 for Torrance (3-0).Long Beach Cabrillo is 0-3.
Providence 74, LA Lutheran 46
Mark Azer had 22 points and Andrew Nelson 21 for Providence.
Renaissance Academy 65 ,San Marino 46
Leif Williams led Renaissance Academy (1-0) with 21 points and eight rebounds, and freshman Justin Cook had 15 points, seven assists and three steals. Senior shooting guard Corbin Jung scored 28 points in the loss for San Marino (1-1).
St. Genevieve 56, Oakwood 29
Federicko Ayala sparked St. Genevieve (1-0) with 21 points and seven rebounds. Teammate Joe Karout contributed eight points and a game-high 11 rebounds. Oakwood is 0-1.
Pilibos 55, Bell-Jeff 32
Renaissance Academy 65, San Marino 46
St. Genevieve 56, Oakwood 30
Chatsworth 65, Santa Monica 51
Brandon Harris hit five three pointers en route to 18 points, and Michael Palarca had 16 points and seven assists for Chatsworth (2-1). Santa Monica (1-2) was led by Jason Deutchman, who finished with 18 points.
Narbonne 67, L.A. Wilson 45
Eules Thompson scored 25 points and Damon Perry contributed 16 points and 11 rebounds for Narbonne (1-3). L.A. Wilson is 0-3.
Chatsworth 65, Santa Monica 51
Crossroads 74, Bellflower 62
Inglewood 60, Canoga Park 43
Narbonne 63, L.A. WIlson 45
Capistrano Valley 80, Norco 36
Chad De Casas led Capistrano Valley (3-0) with 19 points, followed by Keith Wilkinson with 16, Jaime Serna with 12 and Todd Holt with 10. Norco is 2-1.
Damien 50, Jurupa Valley 32
Damien outscored Jurupa Valley, 15-4, in the second quarter en route to the win. Senior center Nick Bright had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and junior guard Drew Turner scored 12 points, including two three-pointers, for Damien (2-1). Chris Quintanilla led Jurupa Valley (1-2) with 13 points and three three-pointers
Woodcrest 75, Animo Leadership 54
Animo Leadership’s Hamid Ford led all scorers with 27 points.
La Salle 58, Desert 42
Junior guard Ben Brekke had 20 points and four assists for La Salle (3-0). Desert is 1-1. LaSalle entered halftime leading 32-15.
Ridgecrest Burroughs 82, Littlerock 70
Senior guard Stenson Smith had 17 points and three steals and Trenton Stone scored 14 for Ridgecrest Burroughs (1-2). Littlerock is 0-2.
San Gorgonio 58, Santiago of Corona 55
Alex Jacobs had 19 points for San Gorgoinio (3-0). C.J. Harris had 21 for Santiago (2-1).
Chaffey 68, Redlands Academy 51
Redlands East Valley 68, Valley View 45
Temecula Valley 63, Kaiser 59 (OT)
SAN LUIS OBISPO
Santa Margarita 63, Crespi 37
Jon Gunderson had 12 points and five asssists and James Keefe had 10 points and six rebounds for Santa Margarita (2-0). Crespi is 0-1.
Buena 51, Westlake 46
Zak Henggeler had three three-point baskets in the fourth quarter and finished with 12 points and Jeff Cordial added 10 points as Buena (2-0) rallied in the final minute to win a quarterfinal game at Saugus.Westlake led 46-45 with 50 seconds to play.Vince Curcio had 14 points and Eric Schneider had 13 points for Westlake (0-2).
Santa Barbara 46, Oxnard 45
A tough shot at the buzzer didn’t fall for Oxnard, as Santa Barbara held on for the one-point win. Dave Noell scored 11 points and L.J. Shalhoub netted 10 points for Santa Barbara (2-0). Nobody scored in double figures for Oxnard (0-2), which was led by Stevie Duenaf and Martin Merricks with nine points each.
El Segundo 68, Quartz Hills 63
Amit Tyagi had a put-back to put El Segundo up by one with a minute left, and Justin Johnson made all four of his free-throw attempts down the stretch to seal the win. Jamie Jones led El Segundo (2-0) with 22 points and 12 rebounds.
Palmdale 78, Serrano 64
Lester Barham sparked Palmdale (3-0) with 21 points. Serrano (0-2) sophomore Harrison Gaines recorded a game-high 30 points, as well as eight assists and four steals.
Big Bear 58, Boulder City (Nev.) 47
Mike Mooney and Ryan Reeves led Big Bear (2-0) with 17 points each.
Twentynine Palms 53, Apple Valley Christian 30
Senior Lance Vednorski had 20 points and 11 rebounds and T.J. Sanford hit four three-pointers and finished with 14 points for Twentynine Palms in a season opener for both teams.
Chaminade 67, Valencia 66
Juniors Zach Evans and Kevin Hufford had 29 and 22 points, respectively, for Chaminade (2-1). Valencia fell to 1-2.
Monroe 63, Oaks Christian 54
Rolo Nunez had 28 points, hitting eight three-pointers along the way, to lead Monroe (2-1) in a fifth-place semifinal. Brandon James added 14 for Monroe, while Oaks Christian (1-2) was led by Matt Hornbuckle’s 14.
Simi Valley 59, Santa Paula 42
Newburry Park 60, Santa Clara 53
Ontario Christian 69, Upland Christian 57
Keith Gabrielse had 28 points for short-handed Ontario Christian (1-0), which is still missing seven players who are still playing playoff football. Bobby Nigg, a freshman, added 12 points and 13 rebounds. Upland Christian (0-1) was led by J.P. Stephens, who scored 15 points. Ontario Christian will play Webb on Friday night in the semifinals.
Adventist 71, Coutin 22
Tramell McInnis had 21 points, eight rebounds, two assists and four steals to lead visiting Adventist (3-0, 2-0) to its third consecutive win and second in Mulholland League play. Chris Miller added 10 points and 15 rebounds, and guard Joel West keyed a stout defensive effort while also tallying 11 points and seven assists. Adventist had a 50-11 lead at halftime. Coutin fell to 0-1, 0-1.
Bell Gardens 75, El Rancho 74 (OT)
Mark Soto hit a three-pointer with five seconds left to lift host Bell Gardens. Soto, a senior wing, finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and five steals. Center Ruben Jimenez finished with a game-high 28 points and 12 rebounds for Bell Gardens.
Bobby Abina got a steal and layup for El Rancho (1-2) to pull within one, but the Dons were unable to convert after a miss free throw by Bell Gardens. Manuel Flores was El Rancho’s leading scorer with 22 points, followed by Rudy Navarrete with 16.
Charter Oak 64, Arroyo 36
Frank Ragsdale tossed in 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead host Charter Oak over Arroyo in the season opener for both teams.
Flintridge Prep 62, Blair 41
Andrew Beck scored 17 points and Darin Nakauchi added 13 for host Flintridge Prep in the season opener for both schools.
Northview 61, South Hills 32
Senior forward Jimmy House had 17 points with 11 rebounds for host Northview (1-0). South Hills fell to 1-1. Northview led at the half, 31-17.
Sage Hill 54, Rio Contiguo 43
Matt Loper had 28 points to lead host Sage Hill (2-0). Lionel Garcia had 25 points for Rio Contiguo (0-1).
Westview 79, Bridges Academy 18
James McIntyre had 33 points and 15 rebounds for Westview (1-1), which led 55-8 at halftime at Bridges Academy (0-2).
Pacific Lutheran 67, Summit View West 36
Wednesday, Dec. 1
Banning 46, Hemet 44
Darius Smith had 14 points for Banning (2-0) while Shawn Troutman had 16 points and 11 rebounds for Hemet (1-1).
Chaparral 55, Redlands 45
Bert Whittington had 17 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for Chaparral (2-0), which also got 17 points from Chris Casazza. Redlands is 1-1.
Brethren Christian 58, Cathedral 33
Andrew Fisher had 17 points and 11 points to lead host Brethren Christian (1-0).Cathedral is 0-1.
Downey Calvary Chapel 55, St. Anthony 38
Brett McMahon scored 19 points to lead host Downey Calvary Chapel (1-0). Donte Moss scored 12 points for St. Anthony (1-1).
Whittier Christian 53, Fairmont 39
Sunny Hills 56, La Sierra 54
Chris Camus had 18 points and eight rebounds and Hayden Schneider added 14 points and 11 rebounds for host Sunny Hills (2-0). Phillip Knight scored 20 points and hit five three-pointers for La Sierra (0-2).
La Palma Kennedy 67, Locke 59
Los Alamitos 67, Lakewood 44
Tesoro 36, El Modena 34
Belmont 37, Verdugo Hills 34
At Burbank, Joseph Martinez had 15 points while Erispho Raif chipped in 13 points for Belmont (1-1). Verdugo Hills fell to 0-1.
Bosco Tech 71, Agoura 62
Tyler Polo scored 21 points to lead visiting Bosco Tech (1-1). Tyler Acevedo scored 29 points for Agoura (0-2).
Gabrielino 67, Burbank 52
Jonathan Arid had 23 points for Gabriellino (2-0), which was tied, 28-28, at the half.
Glendale 63, Eagle Rock 55
Senior center Raymond Dagher had 25 points and 10 rebounds and senior guard Leonard Khechumyan added 17 points for Glendale (1-1) at Burbank High. Andrew Guplian had 11 points for Eagle Rock (1-2).
Campbell Hall 58, Alemany 52
Conor Turley scored 19 points and freshman Jrue Holiday added 10, including six in the fourth quarter, for host Campbell Hall (2-0). Alex Baltazar scored 18 points for Alemany (1-1).
Montclair Prep 64, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 49
Freshman Jin Soo Kim 16 points, eight rebounds three blocked shots for Montclair Prep (1-0). Freshman Dallas Rutherford had 19 points for Granada Hills (0-1).
Downey 65, Carter 37
Brandon McDonald and Darren Tubbs both scored 13 points to lead visiting Downey (1-0).Carter is 0-2.
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.
Artesia 73, Merced 32
Shawntelle Norman had 20 points and nine rebounds for No. 18 Artesia (1-0).
Ayala 63, Buchanan 52
Stephan Gilling scored 20 points, including five 3-pointers, and Josh Miller and Darren Moore each chipped in 17 for Ayala (1-0). Buchanan fell to 0-1.
Eastside Christian 75, Crystal Cathedral 16,br>Matt Jenkins scored 22 points to lead host Eastside Christian (2-0).Crystal Cathedral is 0-2.
Arrowhead Christian 110, Cornerstone Christian 30
Ben Lee had 19 points, Kevin DeKock 16 points and Tyler Light 13 points and 14 rebounds for Arrowhead Christian (1-0). Cornerstone Christian is 0-1.
Malibu 51, Windward 39
Alex Beck scored 17 and Mic Dupre had 13 for Malibu (2-0), which led the whole game. Cedric Latimer scored 18 for Windward (1-1).
New Roads 55, Woodland Christian 53
Taylor Shipley put back an offensive rebound with five seconds left to get the winning basket for New Roads (1-1).
Western Christian 38, Cate 32
John Rogers had 16 points, nine rebounds and was six for seven at the free thrown for Western Christian in the season opener for both teams. Osas Obaiza scored ten points for Cate.
Mater Dei 70, Foothill 51
Taylor King and Mike Gerrity each had 20 point for Mater Dei (2-0). King chipped in 16 boards. Foothill is 1-1.
Highland Hall 66, Netan Eli 25
Alex Ramirez scored 17 points and Jeff Niedorf added 12 for visiting Highland Hall (2-1). Netan Eli is 0-3.
Milken 58, Viewpoint 43
Leo Grifka scored 19 points and hit three three-pointers and Leon Hason had 12 rebounds for host Milken (3-0).Viewpoint is 1-2.
Yeshiva 52, Shalhevet 35
Robert Karpeles had 13 points and six rebounds and Sammy Clifford had eight points and nine rebounds for Yeshiva (3-0). Jeremy Medioni had 12 points for Shalhevet.
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
Morningside 46, Mira Costa 39
South Torrance 61, Brentwood 55
West Torrance 80, South Bay Lutheran 33
Chad Hunt scored 19 points to lead host West Torrance (2-0), which led 31-6 at the end of the first quarter. Fourteen different players scored for the Warriors. South Bay Lutheran is 0-2.
Arroyo Valley 91, Alta Loma 65
Claude Williams, a senior guard for Arroyo Valley, had 41 points, making six three-pointers, 10 assists and 11 rebounds for Arroyo Valley. Kenny Thurston contributed 15 points and 14 assists for the Hawks (2-0). Tony Blakley scored 19 for Alta Loma (0-2).
San Pedro 71, Long Beach Cabrillo 55
Junior forward Jeremy Holland had 21 points and eight rebounds for San Pedro (2-1). Matthew Sinclair led Long Beach Cabrillo (0-2) with 12 points.
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
RIVERSIDE NORTE DAME
Capistrano Valley 60, Gardena Serra 47
Capistrano Valley is 2-0 and Gardena Serra fell to 1-1.
Colton 82, Animo 76
Haimd Ford scored 49 points and compiled five rebounds and six assists for Animo. Roy Fields added 15 points for Animo.
Damien 61, Vista del Lago 47
Senior center Nick Bright had 14 points while junior guard Drew Turner chipped in 13 for Damien (1-1). Vista Del Lago fell to 0-2.
La Salle 72, Ridgecrest Burroughs 57
Ben Brekke scored 24 points and hit five three-pointers to lead visiting La Salle (1-0).Ridgecrest Burroughs is 0-1.
Highland 77, Oxnard 58
Tony Allen scored 35 points for visiting Highland (1-0). Omondi Amoke scored 25 points to lead Oxnard (0-1).
Santa Barbara 56, Canyon Country Canyon 36
Saugus 73, Westlake 52
El Segundo 69, Barstow 26
Jamie Jones had 25 points and 15 rebounds to lead host El Segundo (1-0), ranked No. 23 by the Times.Barstow is 1-1.
Beverly Hills 89, Oaks Christian 71
Don Choi scored 29 points and George Medrano had 23 points and seven assists to lead Beverly Hills (2-0) at Camarillo High. Oaks Christian fell to 1-1.
Burbank Burroughs 69, Sun Valley Poly 64
Burroughs is 1-1 and Sun Valley Poly is 0-2.
Granada Hills 89, Santa Clara 74
Jared Dacey scored 23 points to lead host Granada Hills (1-1). Ralph Rosas scored 42 points and hit 13-of-15 free throws in a losing effort for Santa Clara (0-2).
Rio Mesa 73, Valencia 64
Arcelias Byrd had 20 points for Rio Mesa (2-0) and David Horst had 20 for Valencia (1-1).
Royal 61, Santa Paula 49
Senior guard Trevin Johnson had 18 points, including two 3-pointers, for Royal (1-1). Froylan Valdovinos had 17 points for Santa Paula (0-2).
Simi Valley 58, Chaminade 53
Caise Burris and Mike Rodgers scored 17 points each for Simi Valley (2-0). Burris made five three-point baskets, giving him 12 in his first two games, for the Pioneers. Zach Evans had 16 points and 17 rebounds for Chaminade (1-1).
Ventura 67, Monroe 57
Colin Campbell scored 23 points and Nick Palmer had 22 for Ventura (2-0). Rolando Nunez had 21 to lead Monroe (1-1).
Garden Grove 69, Glenn 51
David Richman had 37 points and 14 rebounds while hitting all 11 of his free throw attempts for Garden Grove (2-0). John Glenn is 0-2.
Western 62, Westminster 50
Rodney Nungaray had 20 points and 17 rebounds for host Western (2-0). Westminster fell to 0-2.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Paramount 50, Bolsa Grande 30
Clinton Williams had 17 points for Paramount (1-1) and Jorge Contreras scored 12 for Bolsa Grande (1-1).
Pioneer 57, Oxford Academy 37
Ruben Orozco scored 14 points to lead host Pioneer (2-0).George Barboza scored 17 points for Oxford Academy (0-2).
Savanna 60, Santa Fe 56
Tyler Mitchell scored 29 points and hit four three-pointers and seven-of-seven foul shots for host Savanna (1-1).Anthony Tyler scored 14 points for Santa Fe (1-1).
Westminster La Quinta 58, Magnolia 38
Louis Nguyen scored 19 points to lead host Westminster La Quinta (2-0).Brandon Flenoil scored 18 points for Magnolia (0-2).
Adventist 51, Wildwood 33
Joel West scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Adventist (2-0, 1-0). Wildwood fell to 0-2, 0-1.
Newbury Park Adventist 52, Westmark 33
Jake Morayniss scored 20 points for Westmark (0-2). Newbury Park Adventist is 1-0.
Trinity Lutheran 49, First Lutheran 48
Dewayne Chavez scored 20 points to lead visiting Trinity Lutheran (1-0).First Lutheran (0-1) missed two free throws with no time remaining which could have tied or won the game.
Acaciawood Academy 80, Mesrobian 67
Tro Kasbarian led all scorers with 32 points for visiting Mesrobian (0-1). Acacia Wood improved to 2-0.
Alhambra 47, South Pasadena 34
Senior guard Arthur White had 17 points and 22 rebounds for host Alhambra (1-0). South Pasadena fell to 0-1
Aliso Niguel 66, Trabuco Hills 44
Mike Roll had 25 points, eight rebounds, nine steals and five assists for Aliso Niguel (1-0).
Bassett 52, Mountain View 34
Adrian Camarena of Bassett (1-0) had 14 points at Mountain View (0-1).
Big Bear 51, Lucerne Valley 19
Anthony Shall had eight points and eight rebounds for host Big Bear (1-0).Lucerne Valley is 0-2.
Capistrano Valley Christian 58, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 42
Scott MacRae made three three-pointers and scored 18 points and Scott Ross had 11 for for Capistrano Valley Christian (2-0).
Colony 81, Corona Centennial 72
Stedman Merritt scored 26 points, including 14-of-15 free throws, to lead visiting Colony (1-0).Anthony Good had 28 points and 10 rebounds and Ryan Burnett just missed a triple-double with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists for Corona Centennial (0-1).
Culver City 98, Murphy 36
Jon Burris scored 22 points and Marqus Richards added 19 for host Culver City (1-0). Murphy is 0-1.
Diamond Ranch 56, Diamond Bar 45
Dante Smith had 14 points and eight rebounds for Diamond Ranch (1-0) while Colin Robinson scored 15 for Diamond Bar (0-1).
El Monte 32, Baldwin Park 31
Eddie Espinoza knocked down a three-pointer with five seconds remaining in the game for El Monte (2-0). Baldwin Park is 1-1.
El Rancho 56, San Gabriel 31
Rudy Navarrete scored 18 points to lead host El Rancho (1-1).San Gabriel is 0-1.
El Toro 65, Northwood 51
Senior guard Darryl Best had 16 points and eight rebounds for host El Toro (1-0). Freshman Zach Zaragoza had 21 points with three 3-pointers for Northwood (0-1).
Garey 69, Ontario 46
Senior guard Derrick Pickett had 24 points and seven rebounds while senior forward Osaar Rasshan scored 20 with seven boards for visiting Garey (2-0). Billy Cook chipped in 12 points and 10 rebounds. Ontario fell to 0-2.
Glendora 58, Los Osos 46
Justin Sapp scored 18 points to lead host Glendora (1-0).Los Osos is 0-1.
La Serna 67, West Covina 37
David Hayashi led La Serna (2-0) with 19 points, including four three-pointers, while Julio Arroyo added 15 points. West Covina is 0-1.
Liberty Christian 58, Los Pinos 55
Jesse Maldonado scored 26 points and pulled down 16 rebounds for Liberty Christian (1-0), which also got 10 points and 10 rebounds from Greg Wessels. Los Pinos is 0-1.
Rowland 55, San Dimas 44
Andrew Der scored 19 points to lead host Rowland (1-0). Eric Jones had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Eric Tabatabai had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Raiders. Eric O’Mahoney scored 15 points for San Dimas (0-1).
Tarbut V’Torah 68, Calvary Baptist 34
Jamie Stopnitzky made five three-pointers and scored 31 points for Tarbut V’Torah (2-0).
Alhambra 47, South Pasadena 34
Tuesday, Nov. 30
Chaparral 56, Palm Springs 31
Bert Whittington had 15 points and five steals and Taylor Griley added 13 points for Chaparral (1-0) in a victory over Palm Springs (0-1).Kyle Adams had a game-high 19 points for Palm Springs.
Rubidoux 54, Rim of the World 52
Rubidoux led by 11 points with five minutes left, but Rim of the World junior guard Marco Rios hit a layup to tie the game at 52 with 15 seconds left.
Senior center Josh Garcia tipped in the winning basket as time expired for Rubidoux (1-0). Rim of the World (0-1) senior forward Sean Brake had seven of his 15 total points to spark the fourth-quarter run. Ryan Robinson led Rubidoux with 17 points.
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.
Los Alamitos 66, Eisenhower 59
The Griffins defeated Eisenhower (0-2) in their first game of the season.
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.
Cantwell Sacred Heart 56, Verdugo Hills 43
Chris Martin scored 13 in a losing effort for Verdugo Hills (0-2). Cantwell is 1-0.
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. Josh Wade scored 16 for Pacific Hills.
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
CHULA VISTA EASTLAKE
Palm Desert 59, Victor Valley 48
Junior center Andrew Schroeder led with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Senior point guard Justin Sobczyk had 17 points and eight assists. Junior forward Spencer Dayton added nine points overall.
Miller 73, Palos Verdes 49
Pilgrim 68, Zinsmeyer Academy 39
Marcus Anderson had 28 points, including five three-point baskets for Pilgrim (2-0). L. Moorer had 17 points for Zinsmeyer Academy (0-2).
Discovery Prep 73, Eastside Christian (JV) 46
Nick Caeter had 18 points for Discovery Prep (1-0). David Harnden scored 28 points for the Eastside Christian JV team.
Anaheim Canyon 56, Laguna Beach 40
David Ekott had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Canyon (1-0). Teammate Jeremy Anderson recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Brian Horton netted nine points.
Ivan Kovacevic led Laguna Beach (0-1) with 15 points, followed by Michael Kote with 11 points.
Servite 68, Warren 52
Junior swingman Blake Wallace had 29 points, seven rebounds and four blocks for the Friars (1-0). David Doeling added 19 points and seven rebounds. Warren dropped to 0-1.
Highland Hall 45, Viewpoint 39
Baron Steinbrecher scored 12 points for Viewpoint, which had a 24-19 lead going into the third quarter but was outscored, 17-2, in the period and lost the game at Milken. Alex Ramirez had 15 points for Highland Hall.
Yeshiva 67, West L.A. Baptist 21
Robert Karopeles scored 13 points and had four assists, Josh Friedman had 13 points and six rebouunds and Lior Geft had 11 points and six rebounds for Yeshiva (2-0).
West Valley Christian 49, Shalhevet 48
Milken 76, Netan Eli 19
Dana Hills 72, Carlsbad 57
Blaine Templeton had 23 points and Brett Lorin had 17 points and nine blocks for Dana Hills (1-0) in a victory over Carlsbad (0-2) in a game at Mission Viejo.
Mission Viejo 73, Compton 64
Warren Reuand, a freshman, had 22 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, as Mission Viejo rallied for a comeback victory in the second round of Pool Play.
Mission Viejo (1-1) trailed by two heading into the final quarter and then found itself down by six with 4:14 left. That’s when the Diablos went on a 13-0 run to pull away.
Perry Webster added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Mission Viejo. Compton (1-1) was led by Derozan’s 32.
Woodbridge 43, El Dorado 35
Kent Kraushaar had 16 points and nine rebounds as host Woodbridge overcame a six-point third-quarter deficit to beat El Dorado in the second round of pool play. The game was tied at halftime, but after falling behind early in the third, Woodbridge took control with a 16-4 run beginning midway through the quarter.
West Torrance 81, Rolling Hills Prep 54
Five West Torrance (1-0) players scored in double digits. Chad Hunt led the way with 16, followed by Robbie Kobel with 14, Jun Uchida with 13, and Darrin Kirk and Ryan Vogt with 12 each.
The Warriors made a total of 11 three-pointers, four each by Hunt and Vogt and three by Uchida. Rolling Hills Prep is 0-1.
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.
Capistrano Valley 44, Damien 37
Chad De Casas scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the first half and Capistrano Valley (1-0), ranked No. 15 by The Times, broke a 35-35 tie down the stretch.
Damien (0-1) was limited to two points over the last four minutes, despite 10 points by the Spartans’ top scorer, Ryan Collins.
San Gorgonio 88, Redlands Adventist 41
Junior center Andrew Jenkins led San Gorgonio with 18 points in the season opener for both teams.
Redlands East Valley 74, Kaiser 69
Valley View 71, Temecula Valley 51
Corona Santiago 71, Chaffey 45
Beverly Hills 49, Camarillo 43
George Medrano hit two three-point shots in the last five minutes, had seven points down the stretch and finished with 18 points for the game as Beverly Hills (1-0) won at Camarillo.
Chauncey Campanaro came off the bench to add 10 points for the Normans and Danny Rast had 13 points to lead Camarillo.
Chaminade 63, Burbank Burroughs 57
Zach Evans led Chaminade with 18 points and 14 rebounds and Kevin Hufford added 16 points and 10 rebounds. Ryan Vergara had a game-high 27 points for Burroughs. Chaminade plays Simi Valley in Wednesday’s second round.
Monroe 68, Santa Clara 50
Rolando Nunez had 17 points, including 15 on three-point baskets, for Monroe (2-0) in a game at Simi Valley. Ralph Rosas, a 6-3 forward, scored 34 of Santa Clara’s 50 points, including 11 in the first quarter.
Simi Valley 51, Sun Valley Poly 50
D.J. Gay missed an off-balance 20-foot shot at the buzzer for Sun Valley Poly and Simi Valley held off a second-half rally by the Parrots.
Simi Valley held a 31-17 halftime advantage, but Gay scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half for Poly.
Caise Burris made seven of 14 three-point shot attempts and finished with 25 points to lead Simi Valley, which also got eight points from Matt Stong and 10 rebounds by Michael Rodgers.
Ventura 83, Granada Hills 62
Senior forward Colin Campbell scored 11 of his 24 points in the second quarter for Ventura (1-0) in a season-opening victory at Camarillo High.
Junior forward Nick Palmer added 16 points and 12 rebounds for Ventura and Mike Shindler had 29 points, including five three-point baskets, for Granada Hills (0-1).
Rio Mesa 56, Royal 51
Valencia 71, Santa Paula 44
VICTOR VALLEY CHRISTIAN
Lancaster Desert Christian 69, Twin Pines 36
Eric Schneider had 18 points and fellow senior Brock Curry added 16 and a team-high 13 rebounds for Desert Christian in a season-opener for both teams. Desert Christian will play Victorville Excelsior in the semifinals Friday night at 7:30.
Baldwin Park 59, La Puente 46
Erik Estrada of Baldwin Park (1-0) had 18 points and teammate Miguel Dera added 13 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists at La Puente (0-1). Josh Sanchez of La Puente scored 22 points.
Bonita 50, Pomona 46
Bonita (1-0) trailed, 35-29, going into the fourth quarter before Brian Campa scored 11 of his team-high 19 points to spark the comeback win.
Bonita had a seven-point lead with more than three minutes remaining and held on for the win. Brock Zylstra had 16 points and seven rebounds for the Bonita.
Pomona (1-1) was led by David Aguilera and Kelly Johnson with 15 points each. Aguilera had four three-pointers and Johnson had three.
Community Harvest 70, Wildwood 28
Sy Prescott scored 29 points for Community Harvest, which took a 36-10 halftime lead in the season opener for both teams.
Desert Chapel 70, Palm Valley 52
Denny Granger had a game-high 20 points for host Palm Valley in a season opener for both teams.
Alex Portney had 16 points for Palm Valley, which closed the deficit from 20 to 11 with three consecutive three-pointers with four minutes left before Desert Chapel pulled away.
Don Lugo 79, Arroyo 40
Ariel Barrionuevo had 24 points and junior forward Jamil Greenwood had 15 points 12 rebounds, 11 assists and five blocks for visiting Don Lugo (1-0). Arroyo is 0-1.
El Monte 48, Azusa 43
Efrain Naranjo scored 16 and Robert Morales had 10 rebounds and four points for El Monte (1-0), which went on a 14-0 run to start the second quarter to take a 23-13 lead. Joe Gonzalez scored 18 points for Azusa (1-0).
L.A. Adventist 59, Pioneer Baptist 33
Junior guard Joel West led the way with 21 points, eight rebounds and three steals for L.A. Adventist (1-0). Sophomore Benjamin Miller added 16 points, four rebounds and one steal. Pioneer Baptist is 0-1.
La Canada 71, Highland 59
Craig Ballard made eight of nine field goal attempts, making both three-point shots and both free throws to finish with 20 points in a victory over visiting Highland (1-1).
Ballard also had seven rebounds and three assists and Rhett Anderson added 18 points for La Canada (1-0).
La Serna 58, Bell Gardens 42
Junior guard David Hayashi led La Serna with 17 points. After trailing by three to end the first quarter, La Serna outscored Bell Gardens, 15-8, in the second quarter to pull ahead for good in the season opener for both teams.
Liberty Christian 46, California Lutheran 39
Susan Fleming had 17 points and Danielle Hawks added 15 points for host Liberty Christian in the season opener for both teams.
Lone Pine 74, Bishop 69
Brad Thorn had 25 points, nine rebounds and eight steals and Pedro Perez added 17 points for host Lone Pine in a season opener for both teams. Kevin Dalton led Bishop with 22 points and Danny Christianson added 21 points.
Nordhoff 65, Fillmore 47
Reade Hellewell and A.J. Maulhart had 15 points apiece for Nordhoff (1-0), and Daniel Enriquez scored 15 points for Fillmore (0-1).
Paso Robles 67, Santa Maria St. Joseph 53
Sophomore center Gerrell Knightshead registered 18 points and 11 rebounds, and junior guard Derrick Jasper had 16 points and 11 assists for Paso Robles. It was the season opener for both teams.
Sage Hill 61, Orangewood Academy 30
Matt Loper led Sage Hill (1-0) with 28 points, 10 rebounds and four steals. Victor Portilla led Orangewood Academy (0-1) with 10 points.
San Clemente 70, La Habra 56
Kyle Wood scored 26 and Taylor Harrison had 21 points for San Clemente (1-0). Matt Border led La Habra (0-1) with 17 points.
San Dimas 57, Walnut 52
Justin Dang had 25 points for host San Dimas (1-0), which opened up an eight-point lead late in the fourth quarter after no team had had more than a three-point lead through the first three quarters. Jonathan McIsaac had 27 points for Walnut (0-1).
San Gabriel Academy 67, Avalon 39
Chris Pickens scored 13 points and Patrick Piraino added 10 points for San Gabriel Academy (1-0) in a victory at Avalon.
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 44, Century 34
Ben Courson had 17 points and Caleb Burgess added 12 points and eight rebounds for Santa Ana Calvary Chapel (1-0) in a victory at Century (0-1).
Orlando Isais was the top scorer for Century with 14 points.
Summit View West 54, CEDU 50
With the teams tied at 48-48 and 1:30 left, Summit View West’s Nick George rebounded a missed free throw and scored on a putback for a 50-48 edge and teammate Tony Kemp followed that basket with two layups off fast-breaks following steals made by the Wildcats’ Seger Phillips and Biko Poindexter-Hodge in a season-opening victory at Westchester Recreation Center.
Kemp, a 5-foot-11 shooting guard, finished with 16 points, and George, a 6-5 center, added 14 points and seven blocked shots for Summit View West.
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
Fountain Valley 71, El Modena 39
Ed Olivares led Fountain Valley with 20 points, including four three-pointers, in the season-opener for both teams.
Katella 63, La Sierra 48
Lakewood 60, Eisenhower 48
La Palma Kennedy 58, Buena Park 17
Eastside Christian 69, Zinsmeyer 34
Doug Rominger and Ryan Weber each had 19 points for Eastside Christian (1-0) , which led 57-13 at the end of the third quaRter. Zinsmeyer is 0-1.
Pilgram 118, Crystal Cathedral 13
Marcus Anderson led Pilgram with 34, and teammate Jeevan Hall added 21 in the season opener for both teams.
Foothill 67, Brea Olinda 56
Travis Fullmer scored 20 points and Jordan Andrews added 11 points to lead host Foothill (1-0). Brea Olinda is 0-1.
Mater Dei 80, Loara 50
Taylor King had 33 points, including four three-pointers, and Mike Garrity added 15 points for Mater Dei (1-0). Nehemiah Weicks had 20 point to lead Loara (0-1).
Viewpoint 64, Netan Eli 30
Gregg Malkin scored 20 points and A.J. Greulich added 10 points for Viewpoint.
Yeshiva 47, West Valley Christian 15
Robert Karpeles notched nine points and five rebounds to lead Yeshiva (1-0), Teammate Donni Wizenseld contributed eight points and seven rebounds, and Sammy Clifford had seven points and nine rebounds.
Milken 63, Highland Hall 42
Shalhevet 49, West L.A. Baptist 42
Carson 66, Brentwood 50
Kris Griffis led Carson with 15 points and five assists.
Mira Costa 64, Wilmington Banning 19
Morningside 49, Garden Grove Pacifica 36
South Torrance 46, Gardena 33
MISSION VIEJO TOURNAMENT
Mission Viejo 77, Orange 40
Perry Webster led Mission Viejo with 20 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds. David Lee contributed 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Ryan Attianese had 13 points, including three three-pointers. Brad Tolzda also scored 13 points for Mission Viego (1-0). Orange is 0-1.
Woodbridge 62, Carlsbad 51
Senior guard Jason Gill had 27 points for Woodbridge (1-0). Carlsbad is 0-1.
Loyola 93, Canoga Park 74
Buchi Awaji had 28 points and Jordan Wilkes added 20 to lead Loyola to a season-opening victory. Ralph Turner had 33 points, including six three-pointers, to lead Canoga Park.
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.
Loyola 93, Canoga Park 74
Redondo 89, Crossroads 65
Garden Grove 67, Westminster 42
Senior forward David Richmond had 25 points and five blocks for Garden Grove in the season opener for both teams.
Western 70, Glenn 50
Senior guard Matt Goodloe sparked Western with 26 points, including four three-pointers.
WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA
Bolsa Grande 49, Savanna 48
Fazel Mohammed scored 12 points for Bolsa Grande. Savanna’s Johnny Quiroz led all scorers with 16.
Pioneer 46, Magnolia 37
Ruben Orozco had 17 points for Pioneer (1-0). Magnolia is 0-1.
Santa Fe 57, Paramount 55
Santa Fe, which trailed by as many as 14 points early in the third quarter, was led Marco Sabino with 17 points in a season-opening game for both teams. John McKnight led Paramount with 16 points. Santa Fe plays against Savanna on Wednesday, when Paramount will take on Bolsa Grande.
Westminster La Quinta 56, Oxford Academy 21
Dean Otsuka had 13 points to lead La Quinta (1-0) over Oxford Academy (0-1).
Burbank 50, Glendale 43
Senior Serob Lganesyan had 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead visiting Burbank (1-0). Glendale is 0-1.
Capistrano Valley Christian 66, Fairmont Prep 50
Scott Ross scored 21 points, including six three-pointers, to lead Capistrano Valley. Nick Cooper added 16 points. Also for the Eagles, Travis Devine contributed nine points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots, and Scott MacRae tacked on nine points, four assists and four steals. Justin Dean led Capistrano Valley Christian in assists, with six.
Garey 78, Chaffey 42
Osaar Rashan had 20 points, Willie Cook added 16 and Derrick Pickett contributed 13 for host Garey in a season opener for both teams.
Hart 82, Lancaster 81
Jordi Ubaldo had 26 points and Ryan Wolfe had 21 points, including a buzzer-beating, go-ahead jump shot for host Hart (1-0). Lancaster is 0-1.
Keppel 49, El Rancho 47
El Rancho led 47-46 with three minutes remaining, when Brandon Shimaski of Keppel converted the first of two free throws to tie the score. Shimaski missed the second attempt but Kevin Wong rebounded and scored the go-ahead basket for the host Aztecs. Mark Gupilan had 18 points for Keppel (1-0). El Rancho is 0-1.
La Quinta 55, Bloomington 53
La Quinta trailed 36-19 at the half and 45-37 after three quarters before outscoring the Bruins by ten points in the fourth quarter to win the season opener for both teams. Senior point guard John Chea had 16 points for the Blackhawks.
Malibu 65, New Roads 48
Alex Beck led Malibu with 19, followed by Daron Ravenborg with 15 points. Mick Dupre pulled in 13 rebounds for Malibu (1-0). New Roads is 0-1.
Marina 73, Irvine University 69 (OT)
Andrew Nove tied the game in regulation with 12-footer at the buzzer and Marina converted its free throws in overtime to get the season-opening victory. Matt Molino and Jeff Delaunay each had 26 points and combined to make all 12 of their free throws in the fourth quarter and overtime for Marina. Jonas Lalehzadeh had 18 points to lead University.
Palmdale 67, Granite Hills 59
Andrew Ellis notched 25 points in the loss for Granite Hills (0-1).
San Gabriel Academy 67, Avalon 39
Sophomore Chris Pickens had 11 points, and senior Patrick Piraino added 10 points for San Gabriel Academy. Avalon’s Osvaldo Campos was the game’s leading scorer, with 17 points.
San Marino 70, Duarte 55
San Marino senior guard Corbin Jung netted 36 in the season opener for both teams.
Santa Margarita 63, Trabuco Hills 47
James Keefe had 26 points and 12 rebounds and Jon Gunderson had 16 points, including three three-pointers, for visiting Santa Margarita (1-0), ranked No. 5 by The Times. Trabuco Hills is 0-1.
Temple City 74, Maranatha 36
Steven Soong led Temple City (1-0) with 22 points, five rebounds and five steals. Jon Arevalo added 10 points for the Rams. Durand Reeves sparked Maranatha (0-1) with 12 points.
Windward 56, Lawndale 51
Junior forward Cedric Latimer had 23 points and 13 rebounds and Greg Marmaro had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Windard in a season-opening victory over visiting Lawndale.