CITY SECTION

Saturday, Dec. 11

TOURNAMENTS

GARFIELD

Third Place

Cleveland 58, L.A. University 48
Daniella Perez had 20 points, Kristal Douglas finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds, two blocked shots and two steals and Billimarie Robinson added 10 points for Cleveland. Douglas was selected to the all-tournament team.

Fifth Place

Bell 58, Huntington Park 41
Junior forward Ariana Ceballos and senior guard Norma Martinez both had 12 points for Bell (3-4).

SOUTH TORRANCE

Championship

Long Beach Poly 59, Sylmar 44

Third Place

Morningside 57, South Torrance 41
Senior forward Jasmine Franklin had 24 points and 14 rebounds and senior point guard Saida Johnson finished with 16 points, seven assists and eight steals to lead Morningside (4-1).

Fifth Place

Mayfair 61, Santa Fe 51
Junior Krystal Urzua led Mayfair with 17 points. Sina Leomiti led Santa Fe (4-2) with 18 points.

Seventh Place

Palos Verdes 61, Rolling Hills Prep 22
Kerilyn Sato, Kilian Cast and Brooke Lyons each had nine points to lead Palos Verdes (2-2). Jasmine Watts had nine points for Rolling Hills Prep (1-3).

Ninth Place

Dorsey 56, Inglewood 51

11th Place

St. Bernard's 46, Banning 40

13th Place

Gardena 43, South Torrance (C) 27

Friday, Dec. 10

TOURNAMENTS

GARFIELD
Championship Semifinals

El Camino Real 63, Bell 23

Pool Play

Cleveland 59, South Gate 41
Kristal Douglas had 21 points and 12 rebounds for Cleveland (4-2), while Daniella Perez added 12 points and six rebounds and Britheney Sapp had 11 points and eight rebounds.

Garfield 65, L.A. University 33
Senior guard Marlene Martinez had 24 points, five assists and five steals for Garfield (5-0).

Huntington Park 72, USC-MaST 50
Oceanside El Camino 63, Bell 23

SOUTH TORRANCE

Championship Semifinals

Long Beach Poly 48, South Torrance 31
Long Beach Poly, ranked No. 1 by The Times, improves to 3-0. South Torrance is 2-1.

Consolation Semifinals

Dorsey 55, St Bernard 52
Erica Inge scored 34 points for Dorsey (4-2).

MAGNET LEAGUE

Middle College 73, Harbor Teacher Prep 23
Tiffany Casanova 38 points and 15 steals, including 16 points in the second quarter, and Vanessa Ynestroza added 28 points and had 10 steals for Middle College (1-0) in a victory at Harbor.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 67, Belmont 31
Senior guard Ebony White led Los Angeles (2-0) with 29 points, 12 rebounds and eight steals, and junior guard Shunee Price added 20 points and five rebounds. Sophomore center Devon Satchell pulled in 16 rebounds.

INTERSECTIONAL

Campbell Hall 38, North Hollywood 37
Campbell Hall (2-2) took a one-point lead with a minute and a half left and held on for the road win. North Hollywood fell to 0-2.

Thursday, Dec. 9

TOURNAMENTS

GARFIELD

Pool Play

Bell 50, South Gate 44
Ariana Ceballos had 12 points to lead Bell (2-3). Denise Cortes had 14 points and twin sister, Elaine, added 13 for South Gate.

Garfield 69, USC MaSt 29
Stephanie Rivera had 25 points to lead Garfield (4-0).

El Camino (Oceanside) 78, Cleveland 47
L.A. University 55, Huntington Park 43

NONLEAGUE

L.A. Hamilton 39, Hollywood 27
Dominique Reynolds had 10 points, 19 rebounds, seven steals and five blocks to lead L.A. Hamilton (2-1). Elena Secretarova had nine points for visiting Hollywood.

Taft 45, Palisades 44
Senior guard Shatoya Turner and senior forward Eboney Robinson both had 13 points for host Taft (1-4). Taft had a 28-12 halftime lead.

Venice 58, Locke 47
Ivory Blockmon scored 24 points and Chelsea Fujitaki added 16 for visiting Venice (3-0).

Washington 57, Westchester 46
Senior forward Johnisha Rice had 26 points and 22 rebounds for host Washington (6-1).

Reseda 60, Canoga Park 17

Wednesday, Dec. 8

TOURNAMENTS

GARFIELD

Pool Play

Cleveland 65, Bell 59
Kristal Douglas had 33 points for Cleveland. Christina Nava scored 17 for Bell (1-3).

Garfield 59, Huntington Park 42
Senior guard Marlene Martinez had 20 points Garfield (3-0).

L.A. University 57, USC-MaST 47
Janet Alvarado, a 5-foot-8 junior, led University with 15 points. Ennisha Kyles, a 5-foot-10 senior, had 40 points for USC-MaST (0-2).

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Belmont 58, Franklin 49
Belmont outscored Franklin, 30-9, in the second quarter. Carmen De La Cruz led Belmont (2-0, 1-0) with 16 points, nine rebounds and seven steals. Also for the Sentinels, Tiffany Baker had 11 points and nine steals, Brenda Gomez had 12 points and Isis Jacobo had 10 points. Amy Ortiz led Franklin with 15 points.

NONLEAGUE

Eagle Rock 53, Huntington Park 28
Junior forward Natalie Kolodinski had 15 points and 10 rebounds and senior guard Kurra Frazier-Curtis added 15 for host Eagle Rock (2-0). Huntington is Park 1-1.

San Fernando 60, Foshay 26
Cindy Aquino had 14 points and seven rebounds, Louisa Zuniga had 16 points and Lisa Mercado had 13 points for San Fernando (1-2). Ashley Smith had 13 points to lead Foshay (0-2).

Tuesday, Dec. 7

TOURNAMENTS

CLEVELAND

First Round

L.A. Wilson 67, Blair 36
Abraham Venegas had 26 points and Chris Govan added 20 points for Wilson (1-4). Blair is 1-2.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 68, Valley Alternative 43
Kanin Guntzelman had 16 points for Notre Dame (1-0).

DUARTE

Pool Play

Crenshaw 50, Savanna 39
Njeri Garth had 14 points to lead Crenshaw in a victory at Duarte High.

Natalie Rodriguez and Coranne Felix each had 13 points for Savanna (4-2), which was within 33-30 with 49 seconds left in the third quarter.

Crenshaw, however, scored the last five points of the period and the Rebels faded in the fourth quarter after missing several free throws down the stretch.

NONLEAGUE

Bravo 51, Huntington Park 43
Shika Ellis of Bravo (1-1) had 14 points and six blocks and teammate Jacqueline Mejia added 10 points, five assists and six steals.

Jefferson 53, Bell 49
Brittney Holt had 17 points and Brittany McCall had 15 for visiting Jefferson (1-1). Christina Nava was the top scorer for host Bell (1-2), with 11 points. Kiana Scott also reached double figures for Jefferson, scoring 14.

King Drew 52, Wilmington Banning 37
Britney Morris led King Drew with 12 points and nine rebounds.

L.A. University 51, Canoga Park 29
University improved to 1-1 while host Canoga Park fell to 0-2.

Roosevelt 52, Fremont 43
Yadira Ibarra and Naomi Torres each scored 14 for host Roosevelt (1-1). Fremont is 1-1.

Venice 60, Birmingham 56
Ivory Blockmon scored 15 points for Venice (2-0), which maintainted control throughout. Birmingham dropped to 1-1.

INTERSECTIONAL

Chatsworth 54, Alemany 39
Alisha Bryant had 14 points, four steals and three blocks, and Krystal Mays had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Chatsworth (4-1). Renee Goldoff scored 17 points for Alemany (3-2).

Lincoln 50, Sacred Heart of Jesus 30
Amber Cabada had 16 points to lead Lincoln (2-0) in a victory over visiting Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Monday, Dec. 6

SOUTH TORRANCE

First Round

Rolling Hills Prep 52, Dorsey 48
Erica Inge had 30 points to lead Dorsey (2-2). Rolling Hills improved its record to 1-1.

Santa Fe d. Fremont (forfeit)
Santa Fe (3-0) won its first round game because Freemont did not show.

Sylmar 63, Wilmington Banning 31
Brittany Wilson and April Cook both had 11 points to lead Wilmington Banning (1-1).

TROY

Pool Play

San Clemente 69, Bell Gardens 31
Crystal Hahs had 16 points to lead San Clemente (1-0). Ruby Catani had 13 points, inlcuding three three-pointers, for Bell Gardens (0-2).

NONLEAGUE

Lincoln 43, Bravo 34
Lisa Yee scored 14 of her 23 points in the second quarter for Lincoln (1-0) in a victory over visiting Bravo.

Los Angeles 65, Carson 55
Shunee Price had 31 points, six assists and two steals and Ebony White had 17 points, 12 rebounds, six steals and four assists to lead host Los Angeles (1-0). Chinyere Ibekwe had 25 points, 18 rebounds and four blocks for Carson (0-4).

Elizabeth 42, USC-MaST 37

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