Saturday, Dec. 4
L.A. Jordan 47, Culver City 38
St. Bernard 42, Locke 38
Junior guard Raquel Brieto scored 13 points with 5 steals for St. Bernard (1-3). Locke is 0-4.
Washington 56, Fairfax 50
Johnisha Rice had 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead Washington (5-0) to the title of its own tournament.
Friday, Dec. 3
Fifth Place Semifinals
Peninsula 59, Carson 52
Junior guard Danielle Arriola scored 25 points with two steals and senior center Adaora Ezeani had 12 points, 11 rebounds and eight steals for Peninsula (1-2). Guard Tatiana Harris led Carson (0-3) with 17 points.
San Bernardino 54, San Juan Capistrano Serra 52
Inglewood 66, St. Bernard 35
Sharon Odiakosa had 16 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks and Enchantte Merriman added seven points and seven assists to lead Inglewood (2-1). St. Bernard dropped to 0-3.
Palisades 44, New Roads 43 (OT)
Desiree Davis had 20 points and Lindsay Knox added 12 points and made two free throws at the end of regulation to force the extra period for New Roads (3-1).
St. Monica 60, Locke 41
Kalia Williams, a 6-0 senior forward, finished with 20 points, 15 rebounds and five steals to lead St. Monica (2-2), which also got 11 points and seven assists from junior point guard Tatiana Moger.
Sophia Jackson had 15 points to lead Locke. St. Monica will play in the fifth-place game Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
Chatsworth 67, Valencia 50
Krystle Mays had 17 points, nine rebounds and four assists to lead Chatsworth (3-0). Kelly Tarver had 18 points for Valencia (2-1). Chatsworth plays Royal in the championship game on Saturday.
Washington 44, Mayfair 35
Mykiea Russell had 17 points for Washington (3-0).
Washington 58, Centenial 32
Franny Hines had 30 points to lead Washington (4-0).
Dorsey 56, Granada Hills Kennedy 47
Sophomore guard Erica Inge had 26 points and six steals, and sophomore guard Arielle White scored nine for host Dorsey (2-1).
Grant 67, L.A. University 38
Senior Mallory Flot had 28 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals and sophomore Andrea Chavez added 11 points and six assists to lead host Grant (1-1). L.A. University is 0-1.
Morningside 57, Crenshaw 41
Senior forward Twila Stokes had 18 rebounds and nine points and senior guard Laquisha Samuel had 12 points for visiting Moriningside (1-0). Forward Latara Buck led Crenshaw (0-1) with 11 points.
Thursday, Dec. 2
Fairfax 40, Mayfair 39
Sophomore center Liz Jolon had 16 points and 14 rebounds to lead Fairfax (2-0). Rafael Heron led Mayfair (2-1) with 14 points and Amanda Plunkett added 11.
Washington 47, South Gate 33
Washington improved to 2-0.
Bell 44, Sun Valley Poly 42
April Gonzalez made a lay-up with 28 seconds left to lift host Bell (1-1) to its first victory. Elizabeth Jaime led Bell with nine points.
Garfield 68, L.A. Wilson 47
Stephanie Rivera had 24 points and five steals and Marlene Martinez had 23 points and eight steals for host Garfield (2-0). Neyra Valenzuela had 12 points to lead Wilson.
Chaminade 51, El Camino 37
Kelly Cochran had 19 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three blocks for Chaminade (1-1). Kristin Garmyn led El Camino wth 17 points.
Wednesday, Dec. 1
Washington 57, Reseda 40
Johnisha Rice had 22 points and 15 rebounds to lead host Washington (1-0).Reseda is 0-1.
Manual Arts 97, Foshay 13
Junior guard Niauni Brown led host Manual Arts (1-0) with 37 points while junior guard Dana Alford had 24 points. Brown also had six steals. Foshay fell to 0-1.
Fairfax 61, Compton Centennial 22
Liz Jolon had 18 points and 11 rebounds for Fairfax, with Taylor Craig adding 10 points and eight steals.
Tuesday, Nov. 30
Los Osos 74, Eisenhower 28
Junior forward Allie Patterson led Los Osos with 17 points, and senior guard Ashley Mears had 13 points and seven assists.
Shanee Russell had 11 points for Eisenhower in the season opener for both teams.
Redondo 47, Ayala 34
Courtney Price had 19 points and Atonye Nyingifa had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Redondo Union (1-0). Rebekah Gardener led Ayala (0-1) with 10 points.
Monday, Nov. 29
Bishop Montgomery 83, Peninsula 42
Whitney Warren led Bishop Montgomery (1-0) with 23 points, followed by Kendra Morris with 15 and Roney Friend with 11. Peninsula is 0-1.
Rancho Verde 61, Carson 40
Kayanna Nichols had 23 points, including seven three-point baskets and Tainoisouti Lott had 12 points and 12 rebounds to lead Rancho Verde (1-0), which is ranked No. 21 by The Times. Chinyere Ibekwe had 14 points in the loss for Carson (0-1), which is ranked No. 15 by The Times.
Keppel 79, Artesia 44
Brea Olinda 51, Don Lugo 44
Birmingham 60, Canoga Park 14Birmingham improved to 1-0 with the victory at Canoga Park (0-1).
Franklin 51, North Hollywood 47
Amy Ortiz had 15 points to lead Franklin (1-0), which used an 11-0 run to erase a six point defecit in the fourth quarter. Lindsay Crowe and Natalie Chandanani each had 13 points in the loss for host North Hollywood (0-1).
Garfield 47, Dorsey 33
Senior point guard Stephanie Rivera had 21 points and seven steals to lead Garfield in a season-opening victory over Dorsey.
Huntington Park 33, Elizabeth 27
Cynthia Villanueva had 11 points to lead host Huntington Park to a season-opening victory.
L.A. Hamilton 37, South Gate 25
Senior forward Dominque Reynolds had 11 points and 12 rebounds and Erinn Bell had 11 points and 10 rebounds for visiting L.A. Hamilton (0-1). South Gate is 0-1.
L.A. Wilson 65, Bell 25
Sophomore forward Neyra Valenzuela finished with 19 points, seven rebounds, eight blocks and seven steals and Charissa Estrada contributed 13 points, four assists and four steals for host Wilson in a season-opening game for both teams.
Venice 56, Granada Hills 19
Ivory Blockmon scored 16 points and Lea Endo added 15 points for Venice (1-0). Granada Hills is 0-1.
Wilmington Banning 53, L.A. CES 52
Brittany Wilson scored 21 points and had 15 rebounds and April Cook had 15 points, nine rebounds, and nine steals for Banning (1-0) at L.A. CES (0-1).