Saturday, Dec. 4
Keppel 60, Redondo 50
Krista Arase of Keppel earned MVP honors for Brea Olinda.
Long Beach Wilson 75, Rancho Verde 65
Neka Mixon had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for Wilson (3-1). Teammate Sheila Ho-Ching had 18 and seven rebounds. Rancho Verde is 2-2.
Canyon Springs 63, Bishop Montgomery 30
Brandi Jones-Fitzgerald led Canyon Springs (3-1) with 22 points. The game was called with five minutes remaining due to a back injury to Jones-Fitzgerald. Jones-Fitzgerald was taken to the hospital. The extent of her injury was not known, but she was able to move her extremities. Bishop Montgomery is 2-2.
Ayala 59, Don Lugo 42
Ayala outscored Don Lugo, 15-2, in the fourth quarter, sparked by senior point guard Samantha Cardeno’s three three-pointers. Ayala made a total of nine three-pointers, including a team-high four by Cardeno. Freshman Rebeckah Gardener led Ayala (2-1) with 19 points. Latara Darrett led Don Lugo (1-2), ranked No. 25 by The Times, with 20 points.
Artesia 43, Eisenhower 25
Forward Brandi Thomas had 12 points for Artesia (2-2). Guard Priscilla Roel scored 12 for Eisenhower (1-3).
Peninsula 43, San Bernardino 30
Danielle Arriola had 15 points for Peninsula (2-2).
Edison 42, El Dorado 37
Edison senior forward Rebecca Kepilino scored 10 points and was named tournament MVP, and her sister, sophomore guard Wahine Kepilino, had 19 points. El Dorado’s Ally Wade scored 18. Edison improved to 4-0 while El Dorado fell to 3-1.
Huntington Beach 48, Laguna Beach 32
All-tournament selection Katia Hadj-Hamou finished with 12 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and five steals to lead Huntington Beach (3-1). Jasmine Erving added 12 point for the winners.
Romona 61, Chino Hills 47
Guard Tyler Howard scored 20 points for Romona (4-0) and was named tournament MVP. Forward Courtney Smith had 23 points, and Jasmine Small scored 10 for Chino Hills (3-1).
Rio Mesa 69, L.A. Baptist 59
Chris Borja had 17 points to lead Rio Mesa (4-0), which also got 10 points from tournament MVP Wendy Garcia. Senior guard Lindsay Sanders had 30 points and five assists to lead L.A. Baptist (3-1). Sanders was selected all-tournament along with teammate Andreanna Marshall, who had 14 points and seven rebounds in the championship game.
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 34, Santa Paula 33
Senior guard Sanar Kahwedjian hit a free throw for a 34-31 Hillcrest Christian lead with 12 seconds remaining. Leah Kolbech scored a layup at the buzzer for Santa Paula (0-4). Kolbech was the game’s high scorer with 18 points.
Sophomore guard Brittany Hampton led Hillcrest Christian (1-3) with 10 points.
Hillcrest led 18-13 at halftime but trailed 25-22 at the end of the third quarter. Jackie Habashy was four-for-four from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter for Hillcrest Christian.
La Serna 51, Fullerton 41
Kim Linn, the tournament MVP, had 18 points and Natalee Venegas added 13 points for La Serna (4-0). Cristina Figueroa had 15 points to lead Fullerton (3-1). Jenna French of La Serna was also selected all-tournament.
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Glenn 56, Covina 51
Brandi Hood had 15 points for Glenn (3-1). Emily Carrillo had 20 points for Covina (2-2).
Upland 70, El Rancho 43
Tamesha Jackson had 21 points and three assists and Stephanie Berger came off the bench and had nine points and five assists for Upland (3-1) in the fifth-place game at Wilson High.
Kelly De Loach had 17 points for El Rancho (2-2).
California 63, Whittier Christian 54
Lisset Lopez had 17 points for California (3-1). Dana Niiro had 22 points for Whittier Christian (3-2).
Esperanza 56, El Modena 37
Melissa Felbab had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Kelli Attaway had 10 points and nine rebounds for Esperanza (2-0), which committed 20 fouls to El Modena’s five before halftime.
Santa Margarita 60, Torrance 23
Junior guard Brittany Taylor had 23 points and seven rebounds, sophomore forward Whitney Woods added 18 points and eight boards, and To Bush scored 10 points for Santa Margarita (1-0). Santa Margarita outscored Torrance 11-2 in the second quarter. Torrance is 0-1.
Paraclete 65, Bakersfield County Taft 31
Junior forward Bria Fields led Paraclete (5-0) with 32 points, followed by junior guard Jessica Echenique with 13.
Paraclete 39, Rosamond 24
Bria Fields scored 22 points for the Spirits.
San Luis Obispo 49, Santa Maria St. Joseph 34
Annie Johnson had 19 points and Dana Andrews added 13 for San Luis Obispo (3-1).
Mira Costa 51, Cerritos Valley Christian 45
Micha Karros scored 13 points for Mira Costa (3-1). Senior forward Mallory Farrow had 14 points and 13 rebounds, and freshman forward Sherry Session scored 12 with 12 rebounds for Valley Christian (2-2).
L.A. Jordan 47, Culver City 38
West Torrance 44, Burbank 22
Melanie Schmitz had 10 points, 14 rebounds and five steals to lead West Torrance (3-1). Lindsey Nitake, who had eight points and four steals against Burbank, was selected all-tournament. Lauren Rowsey had six points to lead Burbank (1-3).
Leuzinger 63, Inglewood 42
Melissa Milton scored 16 points, Amber Thomas had 15, Sharice Davis added 14 points for Leuzinger (4-0). Sharon Odiakosa had 14 points and 14 rebounds for Inglewood (2-2).
Santa Monica 66, Palisades 26
Amanda McGrew had 22 points, eight rebounds and seven assists for Santa Monica (3-1), which led 45-19 at halftime. Palisades is 2-2.
St. Bernard 42, Locke 38
Junior guard Raquel Brieto scored 13 points with 5 steals for St. Bernard (1-3). Locke is 0-4.
Etiwanda 64, Miller 49
Etiwanda (4-1) had a 37-19 lead at halftime. Lyneeka Boyd had 12 points and was named tournament MVP. Miller is 3-1.
King 48, Ontario 42
Junior forward Katy Johnson had 16 points and 10 rebounds for King (3-1). Ontario (3-2) led by eight at halftime.
Ridgecrest Burroughs 76, Alta Loma 52
Whitney Williams had 18 points for Burroughs (2-2), which led 36-16 at halftime. Alta Loma is 1-4.
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Elsinore 49, Arrowhead Christian 48
Ashley Marcoux hit a 12-foot baseline jumper with 2.3 seconds to play to give Elsinore (4-1) the victory. She finished with nine points. Kelley Johnson had 24 points, including five three-point baskets, and Veronica Apodaca added 12 points and 12 rebounds for Arrowhead Christian (2-2).
St. Paul 39, San Marino 33
Senior guard Tiffanie Punte had 10 points for St. Paul (5-0). Junior forward Kristen Chan scored 10 for San Marino (4-1). St. Paul center Kim Ramirez, who scored eight points, was named tournament MVP. St. Paul led at the half, 17-11.
Immaculate Heart 45, Alhambra 34
Lauren DeLilly led Immaculate Heart (3-1) with 18 points. Alhambra is 2-2.
Providence 41, Flintridge Prep 27
Vanessa Amran had 15 points and was named to the all-tournament team for Providence (2-2). Flintridge Prep finished at 1-3 in the tournament.
Big Bear 47, Moapa Valley (Nev.) 31
The teams were tied at 21 at halftime, but Big Bear (2-2) outscored Moapa Valley by 11 in the third quarter, sparked by Christine Hirschler and Kelly Reynolds. Hirschler finished the game with a team-high 11 points, three rebounds, three assists and six steals. Reynolds had five points, 12 rebounds and two steals.
Katie Haatveedt added 11 points and eight rebounds for the Bears. Moapa Valley was led by Deserae Kanotek with 17 points.
Paramount 44, Pacific Hills 41
Genesis Lewis had a career-high 24 points and 14 rebounds and was named tournament MVP for Paramount (4-0). Pacific Hills is 3-1.
Gardena Serra 69, Downey Calvary Chapel 47
Jessica McConico had 15 points and Danielle Clark had 10 points, 10 rebounds and four steals to lead Serra (3-1). Rachel Butler had 16 points and Joy Butler 11 points for Calvary Chapel (2-2)
Trabuco Hills 49, Bolsa Grande 34
Alyson Grepo scored 12 points and Jessica White added 11 points and 13 rebounds for Trabuco Hills (2-2). Christina Zaragoza scored 17 points for the Matadors (1-3).
Royal 57, Chatsworth 40
Kelly Winther led Royal (4-0) with 21 points and was co-MVP of the tournament with teammate Becca Heteniak. Krystal Mays had 18 for Chatsworth (3-1).
Valencia 66, Alemany 45
Kelley Tarver scored 21 for Valencia (3-1). Alemany is 2-2.
Stockdale 58, Saugus 50
Ashlee Stewart had 21 for Stockdale (2-2). Kelly O’Linn had 16 for Saugus (3-1).
Oxnard 59, Harvard-Westlake 49
Jordan Kuzma had 19 for Oxnard (2-2). Cela Sutton had 23 for Harvard-Westlake (0-4).
Antelope Valley 40, Taft 29
Antelope Valley is 1-3. Taft is 0-4.
Norco 62, Mater Dei 51
Erika Arriaran had 22 points, including 11 fourth-quarter points, 12 rebounds and five assists and was named tournament MVP and Priscilla Angeloni had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Norco (4-0). Eshell Estrella had 12 points, all coming on three-point baskets, in the loss for Mater Dei (3-1), which led 45-40 going into the fourth quarter.
Deanna Moreno had 13 points and was also named to the all-tournament team for the Cougars, ranked No. 7 by The Times. The Monarchs are ranked No. 6 by The Times.
Riverside North 69, Woodbridge 62
Danielle Harbor had 24 points for North (3-1). Bridgette Rayes had 18 for Woodbridge (2-2).
North Torrance 65, Garden Grove Pacifica 42
Junior forward Amanda Elliott had 11 points and 10 rebounds for North Torrance (1-3). Garden Grove Pacifica is 0-4.
South Bay Lutheran 61, Avalon 43
Courtney Kennedy had 12 points, Hedy Alvarado added 10 and Samantha Harrell, a freshman, had 10 rebounds for host Avalon (1-1).
Friday, Dec. 3
Bellflower 43, Dominguez 31
Junior forward Jasmene Marciel had 14 points for Bellfower (1-5).
Fifth Place Semifinals
Peninsula 59, Carson 52
San Bernardino 54, San Juan Capistrano Serra 52
Ayala 65, Eisenhower 18
Rebekah Gardner had 21 points and eight rebounds for Ayala (2-1). Eisenhower is 0-3.
Don Lugo 60, Artesia 55
Latara Darrett had 27 points for Don Lugo (2-1). Artesia is 1-2.
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.
Don Lugo 60, Artesia 55
Rolling Hills Prep 53, Malibu 27
Bridgette Johnson scored 12 points for Rolling Hills Prep. Emani Truluck had 10 points for Malibu (0-4).
Edison 47, Century 16
Rebecca Kepilino had 19 points, including 12 in the third quarter, and Wahine Kepilino had 14 points, including three three-point baskets, for Edison (3-0). Century is 0-3.
El Dorado 53, Huntington Beach 42
Ally Wade scored 19 points for El Dorado. Jasmine Erving had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Huntington Beach (2-1).
Chino Hills 68, La Habra 28
Junior guard Jennifer Wong scored 15, including five 3-pointers, and junior guard Mary-Kathryn Gottbrecht had nine points and six assists for Chino Hills (3-0). La Habra is 2-1.
Crescenta Valley 59, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 54
Lindsey Chessum had 16 points and Alina Pashai added 14 for host Crescenta Valley (4-0). Jessica Romero scored 20 points to lead Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (3-1).
Simi Valley 55, La Canada 54
Megan Metcalf scored 17 points and Leah Murphy added 16 points and six assists to lead Simi Valley (3-1). La Canada is 2-2.
Canyon Country Canyon 51, Burbank Burroughs 40
Brooke Bergiadis had 14 points and Kayla Bastedo added 13 points to lead Canyon (4-1). Burroughs is 1-3.
L.A. Baptist 61, Santa Clara 48
Lindsay Sanders had 27 points, 11 assists and five steals and Andreanna Marshall added 16 points and 15 rebounds for L.A. Baptist (3-0), which outscored Santa Clara 21-2 in the third quarter.
La Serna 61, Placentia Valencia 44
Kim Linn had 25 points and Natalee Venegas added 11 points to lead La Serna (3-0).
Fillmore 59, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 34
Orana Castro had 19 points for Fillmore (2-1). Hillcrest Christian is 0-3.
Savanna 47, Anaheim 14
Senior forward Natalie Rodriguez had 13 points, and senior forward Natalie Sanchez scored 10 for Savanna (2-1). Anaheim is 0-4.
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Upland 53, Hacienda Heights Wilson 45
Sophomore guard Tamesha Jackson had 11 points for Upland (2-1). Wilson fell to (1-2).
Paraclete 60, Desert 46
Bria Fields scored 21 points and Jessica Echenique added 19 points to lead Paraclete (3-0).
Dos Pueblos 59, Santa Maria St. Joseph 39
Amber Stevens had 23 points to lead Dos Pueblos. Abby Smith scored 13 points for St. Joseph (0-2).
Santa Barbara 47, San Luis Obispo 39
Jackie Hinsen had 17 points for Santa Barbara (2-0). Senior forward Dana Andrews and senior forward Annie Johnson each had 11 for San Luis Obispo (2-1), while sophomore center Ashley Adams had 10.
Burbank 57, Glendale 52 (OT)
Diamond Ranch 63, West Torrance 43
Monrovia 61, Serrano 45
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.
Apple Valley 59, Ridgecrest Burroughs 50
Katie Appelton scored 33 points, including an 8 for 10 performace from the the free throw line, to lead Apple Valley (3-1). The leading scorer for Burroughs (1-2) was Brittany Graybill with 19 points and 15 rebounds.
Cathedral 45, Colton 30
Junior guard Nondi Johnson had 39 points, 14 rebounds, and six steals for Cathedral (1-2). Colton is 0-3.
Etiwanda 66, Chaffee 37
Lyneeka Boyd had 21 points and 14 rebounds and both Aujanee Baldwin and Whitney Coleman scored 12 points for Etiwanda (3-1). Whitney Connerly had 15 points for Chaffee (2-1).
King 48, Bonita 40
Junior forward Katy Johnson had 17 points and nine rebounds for King (2-1) Bonita is 2-2.
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Cajon 64, La Sierra 36
Jatarra Pryor had 26 points, 13 steals, seven assists and five rebounds to lead Cajon (4-0). La Sierra is 3-1.
Coachella Valley 48, Ontario Christian 40
Stacy Nanninga scored 26 points for Ontario Christian (2-2). Coachella Valley is 3-1.
Elsinore 50, San Gorgonio 42
Veronica Apodaca had 15 points and Ashley Marcoux added 14 for Elsinore (3-1) at La Sierra High. San Gorgonio fell to 2-2.
Providence 52, Pasadena Marshall 51
Heather Hansen had 17 points and five steals to lead Providence (1-2). Marshall is 0-3.
San Marino 40, Flintridge Prep 30
Deborah Loh had 11 points to lead San Marino (3-0). Courtney Robinson scored 10 points for Flintridge (1-2).
St. Paul 42, Alhambra 34
Senior center Kim Ramirez had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead St. Paul (4-0).
Pacific Hills 47, Garden Grove 28
Helen Suarez had 17 points for Pacific Hills (3-0). Garden Grove dropped to 2-1. Pacific Hills plays Paramount in the championship game on Saturday
Paramount 53, Brethren Christian 26
Desiree Figueroa had 12 points and five steals for Paramount (3-0). Brethren Christian is 2-1.
Gardena Serra 67, St. Anthony 31
Sophomore guard Deanna Duncan had 13 points, and sophomore guard Jessica McConico had 12 points, including two three-pointers for Gardena Serra (2-1). St. Anthony is 1-2.
Trabuco Hills 60, Chadwick 30
Jessica White had 11 points and 11 rebounds while Kim Kline and Jil Naval each added 10 points for Trabuco Hills (1-2), which pulled away with an 18-4 run in the fourth quarter. Chadwick is 0-3.
Temecula Valley 52, Corona Centennial 42
Jessie Thompson had 19 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter to lead Temecula Valley, which only led by one point at the end of the third period. Thompson also added nine rebounds and Jessica Kaller added 18 points, on six three-pointers for the Golden Bears (4-0). Corona Centennial is 3-1.
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).
Palm Desert 59, Hemet 44
Senior point guard Emily Luckeroth had 34 points, seven rebounds and four assists and was 16 of 17 from the freethrow line for Palm Desert (2-2), which trailed 29-23 at the half. Luckeroth, who had 20 second-half points, has scored 28, 21, 25 and 34 points in her first four games this season. Hemet is 1-3.
Mater Dei 48, Marina 44
Christina Lopez had 18 points and Chanel Foster scored 16 for Mater Dei (3-0). Marina is 1-2.
Norco 67, Torrance 60
Erika Arriaran scored 19 points to lead Norco (3-0). Alyssa Miramura had 18 points for Torrance (0-3).
Woodbridge 54, Capistrano Valley 31
Jacqueline Erickson had 11 points to lead Woodbridge (2-1) past Capistrano Valley (1-2).
Azusa 64 South El Monte 15
Lasandra Dixon had 14 points, four assists and five steals for Azusa (1-0). South El Monte fell to 0-2.
Bishop Amat 63, Colony 32
Christen Myles and Kristen McCarthy both scored 12 points and Jessica Carrera added 10 points for Bishop Amat (2-0). Host Colony fell to 1-1.
Glendora 59, Arcadia 50
Megan Bailey scored 24 points for host Glendora (3-0), which outscored Arcadia 23-12 in the second quarter. Stacey Yamada scored 14 points for Arcadia. Madeline Leduc had 13 points and made nine of 11 free throw attempts for the Tartans.
La Reina 52, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 11
Lauren Carson had 15 points for host La Reina (1-0). Hillcrest Christian fell to 0-2.
Pasadena Poly 41, Faith Baptist 20
Melissa Tanner had 13 points and Jessie Dicovitsky added nine points, 10 rebounds and eight assists to lead Pasadena Poly (1-0). Host Faith Baptist dropped to 0-1.
Rosary 43, Villa Park 29
Senior guard Karina Figueroa had 14 points, six assists and five steals and senior guard Teresa Karcher scored 12 points with three steals for host Rosary (1-0). Junior forward Kristina O’Keefe led Villa Park (1-1) with 10 points.
Sonora 56, Pioneer 25
Kendra Creed had 26 points and four steals and Kelly Thompson had 11 points and five rebounds for host Sonora (1-1). Pioneer fell to 0-2.
South Hills 59, Charter Oaks 45
Sophomore guard Kristi Peters had 11 points for host Charter Oaks (1-1)
Banning 61, Baptist Christian 36
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
Bishop Montgomery 57, Brea Olinda 56 (OT)
A steal by Roney Friend set up the game-winning fastbreak layup by Ashlee Austin-Bean with less than a minute remaining in overtime. Whitney Warren led Bishop Montgomery (2-1) with 22 points, followed by Kendra Morris with 15 and Ashley Mayeaux with 12.
Brea Olinda’s Kimee Goeggel had 21 points.
Canyon Springs 53, Los Osos 51
Brandi Jones-Fitzgerald had 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead Canyon Springs (2-1). Mia Arreola had 18 points to lead Los Osos (1-2). Canyon Springs will play Bishop Montgomery for fifth place at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
Eisenhower 51, San Juan Capistrano Serra 42
Freshman guard Ainslie Forsum had 20 points for San Juan Capistrano Serra (0-2), and senior guard Shanee Russell and senior forward Priscilla Roel both had 13 for Eisenhower (1-1).
Keppel 47, Rancho Verde 45
Krista Arase led Keppel (3-0) with 20 points. Amber Cox had 14 points for Rancho Verde (2-1).
Alverno 55, Mayfield 37
Katie Rocknbock scored 20 points for Alverno.
Edison 61, Laguna Beach 35
Senior forward Rebecca Kepilino led Edison (2-0) with 29 points, and her little sister, sophomore guard Wahine Keplino, had 16. Claire Bevaque scored 16 points for Laguna Beach (1-1).
Huntington Beach 44, Northwood 39
Katia Hadj-Hamou scored 15 points and Jasmine Irving contributed 11 rebounds and four blocked shots for Huntington Beach (2-0).
Alana Fa’agai had nine rebounds, two steals and one blocked shot for Huntington Beach (2-0). Brett Timmons led Northwood with 14 points.
Burbank Burroughs 54, Hoover 31
Britney Morgan had 16 points for Burroughs.
Canyon Country Canyon 42, L.A. Marshall 26
Sophomore forward Nicole Leon had 14 points, nine rebounds, seven steals and six blocks, junior center Cheryl Stevens had 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocks and Brooke Bergiadis added six points, three rebounds and two steals for Canyon (3-1).
Crescenta Valley 48, La Cañada 44
Kristen Gibbert tallied 23 points for Crescenta Valley. Joy Lelo and Emily Ballard each had 13 points for La Canada. Crescenta Valley will face Notre Dame for the tournament title on Friday.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 48, Simi Valley 35
C.J. Hill paced Norte Dame with 18 points, while Brittany Asplund had 15 points for Simi Valley.
Sunny Hills 45, St. Matthias 34
Kristen Cabral had 16 points, seven rebounds and three blocks and Alyssa Deemer had 13 points, including two three-pointers for Sunny Hills (2-2). St. Matthias is 1-3.
Santa Clara 45, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 26
Jamie Borland had 10 points for Santa Clara (1-1) while Britany Hampton had 12 points for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (0-2).
Saddleback 49, Savanna 40
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Consolatoin Third Round
Whittier Christian 38, La Salle 24
Sarina Patel had 14 points and five rebounds for Whittier Christian (3-1), including four three-point baskets. Dana Huley scored 13 points for La Salle (1-2).
Los Altos 45, Western Christian 30
Ramona Convent 47, Workman 38
California 54, Rowland 36
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY
San Diego 55, Perris 48
Perris trimmed a 14-point deficit to four with a minute to play but couldn’t get any closer. Brandy McCann scored 16 points for Perris (1-1), ranked No. 20 by The Times, followed by teammates Leandra Faulkner with 12 and Tay Hester with 11. San Diego is 3-0.
Paraclete 53, Littlerock 43
Junior forward Bria Fields had 32 points for Paraclete (2-0). Little Rock is 0-2.
San Luis Obispo 53, Lompoc 35
Ashley Adams and Annie Johnson each tallied 16 points for San Luis Obispo (2-0). Brittany Garcia led all scorers with 18 points for Lompoc (0-1).
Santa Barbara 47, Santa Maria St. Joseph 27
Austi Milton had 17 points for Santa Barbara (2-0). Injuries to three players has forced Santa Maria St. Joseph (0-1) to call up three freshmen to the varsity squad. Still, St. Joseph trailed just 19-14 at the half but couldn’t keep it close thereafter.
West Torrance 65, Glendale 18
Senior guard Lindsey Nitake registered 14 points, seven rebounds, six assists and nine steals for West Torrance (2-0). Also for West Torrance senior center Teriana Loftin contributed 13 points, five rebounds and four steals and senior point guard Jessie Ishigo had eight points, three assists and six steals. Glendale is 0-2.
Diamond Ranch 78, Serrano 32
Monrovia 50, Burbank 36
Santa Monica 58, St. Monica 37
Amanda McGrew led Santa Monica (2-0) with 15 points. Tatiana Moger and Kalia Williams each had 15 points for St. Monica (1-2). Williams added 17 rebounds and four blocked shots.
Chaffey 54, King 31
Katy Johnson had 12 points for King (1-1) in the loss to Chaffey (2-0).
Etiwanda 55, Bonita 30
Sophomore guard Adrienne Domingo had 12 points for Etiwanda (2-1).
Ridgecrest Burroughs 61, Montclair 25
Senior forward Brittnay Graybill had 14 points and 16 rebounds and senior guard Brenda Cantrell had 13 points for Ridgecrest Burroughs (1-1). The Burros jumped out to a 12-0 lead. Montclair fell to 0-2.
Alta Loma 38, Cathedral 22
Nondi Johnson had 10 points and eight rebounds for Cathedral City (0-2) in the loss.
RIVERSIDE NOTRE DAME
Elsinore 50, Riverside Notre Dame 43
Veronica Apodaca scored a game-high 21 points along with eight rebounds to lead Elsinore (2-1) to a fifth-place semifinal win.
Elsinore was down 27-23 at the break but began to take control thereafter, taking a, 34-29, lead into the fourth and pulling away at the start of the fourth. Notre Dame (1-2) was led by Conner’s 17 points.
Flintridge Prep 42, Village Christian 37 (OT)
Sophomore forward Laurel Myers had 12 points and 17 rebounds and freshman guard Courtney Robinson added 10 points and five steals for Flintridge Prep (1-1).
Carly Brown had 14 points for Village Christian (0-2). Flintridge Prep outscored Village Christian, 8-3, in overtime.
San Marino 51, Immaculate Heart 41
Senior guard Deborah Loh scored 15 points with two steals for San Marino (3-0). Center Lauren Davis had 13 points for Immaculate Heart (1-1).
St. Paul 34, Providence 20
Senior forward Kim Ramirez had 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals and freshman guard Isabel Lopez had four steals, three assists and three rebounds, as St. Paul (3-0) beat Providence (0-2).
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Santa Maria Valley Christian 68, Fresno Christian 43
Garden Grove 52, Chadwick 24
Amanda Scott had 21 points and five assists for Garden Grove (2-0), while Jessica Jones added 12 points and 10 rebounds. Chadwick is 0-2.
Pacific Hills 37, Downey Calvary Chapel 25
Helen Suarez scored 15 points to lead Pacific Hills, which improved to 2-0. Downey Calvary Chapel fell to 1-1.
Paramount 44, Notre Dame Academy 34
Junior forward Ernie Lewis recorded six of her 17 points and five of her 14 rebounds in the fourth quarter to help Paramount (2-0) pull away from Notre Dame Academy (0-3), which trailed by one midway through the third quarter.
Marlee Rice led Notre Dame Academy with 10 points.
Temecula Valley 49, Redlands East Valley 20
Senior guard Jessie Thompson had 15 points and senior forward Sammy Christiansen scored 10 for Temecula Valley (3-0). Redland East Valley is 0-3.
Chatsworth 40, Antelope Valley 18
Krystal Mayes led Chatsworth (2-0) with 18 points and senior forward Alicia Bryant pulled down 11 rebounds. Antelope Valley is 0-3.
Oxnard 49, Taft 29
Awilda Hernandez sparked Oxnard (1-1) with 13 points. Taft is 0-2.
Royal 72, Bakersfield Stockdale 65
Jessi Selleh had 21 points and Kelly Winther and Becca Heteniak scored 19 each for Royal (2-0) . Stockdale’s Ashlee Stewart finished with 18 points. Stockdale is 0-2.
Valencia 59, Harvard-Westlake 47
Kelley Tarver scored 18 points for Valencia (2-0). Harvard-Westlake is 0-3.
Beaumont 63, West Valley 44
Patrice Darden had 17 points to lead Beaumont (3-0), which led 37-24 at halftime, into the championship game. Korae Patterson had 20 points to lead West Valley (2-1).
Chaparral 34, Paloma Valley 27
Vista Murrieta 67, Great Oak 38
Oceanside El Camino 68, Twentynine Palms 46
Vista del Lago 56, Valley View 37
Indio 74, San Jacinto 58
Palm Desert 50, Banning 34
Hemet 58, Baptist Christian 27
Bishop Conaty 55, Yeshiva 45
Carol Vasquez scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Bishop Conaty in its season opener. Yeshiva (1-1) cut a 17-point third-quarter deficit down to four by the middle of the fourth but couldn’t get any closer.
Carpinteria 39, Oxnard Pacifica 38
Senior guard Misty Alvarado hit a go-ahead layup with 20 seconds remaining. She scored 15 points with six rebounds forvisiting Carpinteria (2-0). Sophomore forward Susie Davis had 17 points for Oxnard Pacifica (0-1).
Delphi Academy 33, L.A. Adventist 25
Brittney Malm had 14 points and Sophie Tafreshi added 10 for host Delphi Academy in a season opener for both teams.
C. Johnson had 18 points for L.A. Adventist.
El Modena 57, Laguna Hills 38
Sophomore guard Sam Meggison and junior forward Lindsey Kingsland each had 12 points for host El Modena (1-1). Laguna Hils is 1-1.
Esperanza 56, Aliso Niguel 29
Esperanza (1-0) scored often off its fullcourt press for a 16-2 run to start the third quarter. Senior forward Jenna Galassi, the returning Sunset League MVP, finished with 32 points.
Matt Roberts got his first win as a varsity coach after five years as Esperanza’s girls junior varsity coach. Aliso Niguel is 1-1.
Fountain Valley 44, Schurr 42
Fountain Valley led by nine in the third quarter and held on for the win. Margaret Pietrowski sparked Fountain Valley with 13 points and nine rebounds.
Keisha Henry added 11 points and a team-high 11 rebounds for the Barons (2-0). Elena Agabao led Schurr with 11 points, followed by Carla Sanchez with 10 points.
Linfield Christian 39, California Lutheran 31
Courtney Holmes had 16 points for visiting Linfield Christian (2-0). Cal Lutheran (0-2) was led by Katy Kogler’s 12.
Los Amigos 41, Orange 39 (2 OT)
Visiting Los Amigos (2-0) tied the game, 30-30, with no time left in regulation when senior forward Lisa Finau hit one of two free throws.
Orange’s Jessica Galvez led all scorers with 19 points.New Roads 44, St. Bernard 39
Northview 52, La Puente 34
Olga Mataris had 14 points and Desiree Ortega had 13 to lead Northview (1-1), which outscored La Puenta 18-1 in the second quarter to take a commanding 28-9 halftime lead. La Puenta (0-1) was led by Carmina Corona’s 10 points.
Oaks Christian 68, Brentwood 52
Kayla Rutherford had 38 points, including 18 in the first six minutes of the game, for Oaks Christian (1-1). Brentwood is also 1-1.
Orange Lutheran 55, Mission Viejo 36
Lindsay Allen had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Orange Lutheran (1-0) in a victory over visiting Mission Viejo (0-2).
Rosemead 50, South Pasadena 32
Leanne Pettinato tallied a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds for host Rosemead (1-0). South Pasadena (0-2) was led by Candice Yen’s 17 points.
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 35, Santa Ana Valley 29
Shauna Ricker scored 14 points and Chelsea Deluca added 13 points, six rebounds and six steals for Calvary Chapel in the season opener for both schools.
Santa Fe 77, Bell Gardens 43
Junior guard Krystal Urzua had 21 points, eight assists, five rebounds and six steals and senior center Sina Leomiti chipped in 14 points and 12 rebounds for host Sante Fe (2-0). Ruby Catani scored 14 points for Bell Gardens (0-1).
Santa Ynez 66, Nordhoff 46
Twin sisters Erin and Ariana Gnekow each had 13 points to lead Santa Ynez in a season opener for both teams. Sarah Nylander scored a game-high 18 for Nordhoff.
Viewpoint 46, Faith Baptist 26
Viewpoint took a 22-10 first-quarter lead and never looked back against host Faith Baptist. Jacie Dry had 10 points to lead Viewpoint, which evened its record at 1-1. Faith Baptist fell to 0-1.
Ventura 44, Oak Park 37
Caitlin O’Neill had 19 points to lead Ventura to victory in a season opener for both teams.
Western 49, Sonora 46
Diana Vera made two free throws with nine seconds left for host Western (1-1), and Sonora (0-1) missed a three-pointer at the buzzer.
Lauren Kribell scored 11 of her game-high 15 points in the second half for Western, while Ashley Broughton added 11 points and eight rebounds.
Pacific Lutheran 45, Summit View West 26
Chaminade 51, El Camino Real 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.
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Ayala 58, San Bernardino 39
Freshman Rebekah Gardner had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Ayala (1-1). San Bernardino fell to 0-2.
Don Lugo 60, Carson 55
Latara Darrett scored 24 points and hit two three-pointers to lead host Don Lugo (1-1), ranked No. 25 by the Times.Sophia Leonard scored 17 points for Carson (0-2), ranked No. 15 by the Times.
Long Beach Wilson 61, Los Osos 52
Neka Mixon had 29 points to lead Wilson (2-0). Los Osos is 1-1.
Redondo 66, Canyon Springs 54
Atonye Nyingifa had 18 points, 15 rebounds and three blocked shots for Redondo (2-0), while Renahy Young added 17 points, 11 steals and six assists. Canyon Springs is now 1-1.
Artesia 50, Peninsula 44
Milken 38, Malibu 16
Rebecca Sinkel had 12 points for Milken. Malibu fell to 0-3.
Edison 56, La Palma Kennedy 38
Rebecca Kepilino scored 17 points to lead host Edison (1-0). La Palma Kennedy is 0-1.
Chino Hills 72, Baldwin Park 36
Jasmine Small and Melissa Iraola had 14 points each and Mary-Kathryn Gottbrecht had 12 for Chino Hills (1-0).
Ramona 53, Diamond Bar 50
Crescenta Valley 46, Canyon Country Canyon 43
Lindsey Chessum led all scorers with 17 points for Crescenta Valley.
La Cañada 61 Marshall 33
Joy Lelo had 12 points and Emily Ballard 11 points for La Canada.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 46, Burbank Burroughs 42
C.J. Hill had 15 points for Notre Dame.
Simi Valley 54, Glendale Hoover 27
Leah Murphy had 20 points, six steals and four assists and Megan Metcalf had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Simi Valley (2-0).
Sunny Hills 46, Gabrielino 23
Kristen Cabral had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead host Sunny Hills (1-2).Gabrielino is 0-3.
L.A. Baptist 58, Thacher 48
Adreanna Marshall had 17 points and five assists to lead L.A. Baptist (1-0). Jenny Granger and Christina Cherry both added 10 points for the Knights. Erica Puccetti scored 27 points for Thacher (0-1).
Rio Mesa 68, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 24
Wendy Garcia scored 27 points to lead host Rio Mesa (1-0).Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian is 0-1.
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Glenn 58, Hacienda Heights Wilson 35
Senior forward Veronica Youman had 12 points and 11 rebounds and senior guard Anna Conrad also scored 12 for Glenn (2-0). Hacienda Heights Wilson falls to 1-1.
La Salle 42, Western Christian 32
Nicole Silva and Dana Huley each scored nine points for La Salle (1-1). Western Christian is 0-2.
Whittier Christian 55, Los Altos 51
Sachiko Wong scored 13 points and Dana Nirro had 10 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for Whittier Christian (2-1). Alyss Tsukayama and Lyndsey Villanueva had 15 points each for Los Altos (0-2).
California 45, Ramona Convent 35
West Torrance 60, Serrano 22
Tiffany Yoshida had 13 points and Brandee Wakuta added 11 points, three assists and four steals for West Torrance (1-0). Serrano is 0-1.
Diamond Ranch 65, Burbank 36
Monrovia 56, Glendale 51
Leuzinger 54, St. Monica 39
Kianna Flanagan scored 16 points to lead visiting Leuzinger.Kalia Williams and Tatiana Moger both scored 13 points St. Monica (1-1).
New Roads 49, Inglewood 46
Lindsay Knox made three of four free throws in the final 30 seconds to break a 46-46 tie for New Roads (2-0).
Norco 67, Woodbridge
Erika Arriaran scored 35 points to lead host Norco (2-0), the Times’ seventh-ranked team, which outscored Woodbridge 18-6 in the fourth quarter to come back from a 17-point deficit.Bridgette Reyes scored 22 points and hit six three-pointers for Woodbridge (1-1), ranked No. 24 by the Times.
Santa Monica 45, Locke 24
At Palisades, senior guard Amanda McGrew had 20 points and seven rebounds for Santa Monica (1-0). Locke fell to 0-1.
Carter 63, Apple Valley 52
Freshman Bjonee Reaves had 24 points, nine assists and five rebounds for Carter (2-0)
Etiwanda 86, Colton 10
Every player scored for Etiwanda (1-1), includijng six in double figures.
King 64, Cathedral City 23
King (1-0) took advantage of 38 Cathedral City turnovers and held its opponent to just one field goal in the second and third quarters. Nondi Johnson had 18 points, 11 rebounds and five steals for Cathedral City (0-1).
Ontario 52, Ridgecrest Burroughs 49
Yavchia Johnson scored 22 points to lead host Ontario. Brittany Graybill scored 15 points for Ridgecrest Burroughs (0-1).
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Bonita 58, Highland 35
Carly Horine scored 16 points and Donna Pierce added 14 for visiting Bonita (2-0).
Cajon 65, San Gorgonio 24
Lynette Jacobs and Desiree Brown each had 14 point and Jatarra Pryor added 13 for Cajon (3-0). San Gorgonio fell to 2-1.
Ontario Christian 48, Mesa Grande 28
Stacy Nanninga had 18 points and Julia Pruim scored 14 with seven rebounds for Ontario Christian (2-1). Mesa Grande is 1-2.
Riverside King 64, Cathedral City 23
Brittany Thurman scored 14 of her team-high 15 points in the first half for King (1-0).
Riverside Poly 50, Elsinore 41
Trailing by four points with about 4:30 to play, Elsinore missed the front end of two one-and-one situations and Riverside Poly made a three-pointer after the first missed free throw and a two-point basket after the second to extend the lead back to nine.
San Marino 40, Village Christian 18
Jessica Wang scored 11 points and hit three three-pointers to lead host San Marino (2-0).Village Christian is 0-2.
St. Paul 63, Marshall 52
Kim Ramirez had 14 points and five steals for St. Paul (2-0), while Gabby Flores added 14 points and nine rebounds. Marshall falls to 0-2.
Alhambra 45, Providence 43
Downey Calvary Chapel 39, Trabuco Hills 23
Jessica White had nine points and 11 rebounds in a losing effort for Trabuco Hills (0-2). Calvary Chapel Downey is 1-0.
Gardena Serra 50, Notre Dame Academy 37
Brittni Harding had 19 points, four assists and three steals and sophomore Danielle Clark had ten rebounds to go with five points and four steals to lead Serra (1-1).
Mary Star 39, Chadwick 27
Jennifer Johnson led Chadwick (0-1) scorers with eight points while Brianna Bak pulled down 11 rebounds.
Capistrano Valley 52, North Torrance 46
Senior Heather Habekast had 21 points for Capistrano Valley (1-1), including 14 of 17 free throws. Senior Christy Sanada scored 11 for North Torrance (0-2).
Mater Dei 60, Riverside North 54
Eshell Estrella scored 19 points and hit five three-pointers to lead host Mater Dei (2-0), ranked No. 6 by the Times.Danielle Harbor scored 20 points for Riverside North (1-1).
Norco 67, Woodbridge 63
Senior Erika Arriaran had 35 points for Norco (2-0), includiung five 3-pointers. Woodbridge fell to 1-1.
Chatsworth 53, Harvard Westlake 39
Senior forward-center Krystle Mays had 23 points, 12 rebounds, and six steals for Chatswoth (1-0). Harvard West is 0-1.
Royal 63, Taft 39
Senior guard Kelly Winther scored 21 points for Royal (1-0). Taft is 0-1.
Saugus 44, Antelope Valley 35
Senior guard Kelly O’Linn had 16 points for Saugus (2-0). Senior guard Keisha Adams scored 18 for Antelope Valley (0-2).
Archer 21, Maranatha 36
Lolo Vanderlaan led host Maranatha (1-1) with 10 points. Archer fell to 0-1.
Arroyo 51, Pioneer 24
Liezo Sarte scored 19 points and Diana Moreno had 13 for Arroyo (1-0).
Big Bear 62, Lucerne Valley 24
Jae Jackson scored 14 points and hit four three-pointers to lead host Big Bear (1-0).Lucerne Valley is 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.
Linfield Christian 60, Sherman Indian 30
Courtney Holmes had 22 points and Ashley Hamamoto added 11 points for Linfield Christian (1-0) against visiting Sherman Indian (0-1).
Perris 60, San Marcos 33
Tay Hester scored 22 points to lead visiting Perris (1-0). San Marcos is 0-1.
Windward 47, Pasadena 36
Freshman Monica DeAngelis scored 20 points and junior Hailey Dunham had 10 points and 10 assists for Windward (1-0).
Arcadia 55, Temple City 46
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Keppel 56, Bishop Montgomery 48
Krista Arase led Keppel (2-0) with 18 points, followed by Brittany Kikuchi with 16. For Bishop Montgomery (1-1), Ashley Mayeaux scored 12 points and Whitney Warren had 12.
Rancho Verde 50, Brea Olinda 43
The tournament host Ladycats (1-1), ranked No. 9 in the Southland, were upset by No. 21 Rancho Verde (2-0), which will play Thursday in a semifinal against the winner of Tuesday’s late game between Keppel and No. 18 Bishop Montgomery.
Kayanna Nichols scored 15 of her game-high 17 points in the second half as Rancho Verde pulled off a comeback victory in the quarterfinal game. Rancho Verde trailed by one heading into the fourth but took the lead early in the final period and never lost it.
Amber Cox and Tainoisouti Lott added 14 and 10 points, respectively, for Rancho Verde (2-0). Jeanette Pohlen led Brea Olinda (1-1) with 14 points, with Kimee Goeggel and Crystal Wilson adding 14 and 10, respectively.
Long Beach Wilson 63, San Juan Capistrano Serra 40
Sheila Ho-Ching scored 20 points and had nine rebounds and Leandra Sands added 16 points for the Bruins (1-0), who are ranked No. 17 by The Times. Neka Mixon didn’t play because she was sick. Serra is 0-1.
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.
Alverno 46, Crossroads 35
Crossroads senior Samantha Grill notched 13 points and five steals before injuring her right knee in the second quarter. She did not return to the game but is expected to be back on the floor in a few days.
Sophomore Julia Stoll pulled in 12 rebounds for the Roadrunners (0-2).
St. Genevieve 57, Malibu 18
Jocelyn Mercado had 23 points for St. Genevieve in a victory over Malibu (0-2).
Crescenta Valley 37, Pasadena Marshall 32
Tamara Matevosyan had 13 points and Lindsey Chessum had 10 points for Crescenta Valley in a victory over Pasadena Marshall.
Linda Cortez had nine points and Karina Saris had six points for Marshall.
La Canada 65, Canyon Country Canyon 56
Emmilee Ringleberg and Joy Lelo each had 16 points to lead La Canada to a victory over Canyon Country Canyon.Nicole Leon had 22 points and Kayla Bastedo and Christina Hall each had 10 points for Canyon.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 41, Hoover 39
Jessica Romero had 15 points to lead Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in a victory over Hoover, which got eight points apiece from Annette Arzoo and Irene Tatevosyan.
Simi Valley 47, Burbank Burroughs 25Brittany Asplund had 14 points and 11 rebounds and Leah Murphy had 12 points and four assists for Simi Valley in a season opener for both teams.
Downey 58, Sunny Hills 38
Maltresa Neely scored 25 points and Dominique Kerr scored 12 for Downey (2-0). Alyssa Deemer made three three-point baskets and finished with 12 points and Kristen Cabral had 10 points and six rebounds to lead Sunny Hills. Sunny Hills dropped to 0-2.
Fullerton 54, Katella 38
Freshman Quortlyn O’Neal led Fullerton (1-0) with 13 points, seven steals and five assists.
La Serna 65, El Segundo 52
Kim Linn scored 31 points for La Serna (1-0). El Segundo (0-1) was led by Brittany Taylor, who scored 22. The Lancers will play Santa Ana on Wednesday.
Savanna 33, Cypress 31
Corianne Felix had nine points and Natalie Rodriguez had six points and 11 rebounds to lead Savanna (1-0). Cypress is 0-1.
Placentia Valencia 60, Garden Grove Santiago 20
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Glenn 58, California 31
Senior guard Anna Conrad of Glenn (1-0) scored 19 points, followed by Justine Guarin with 13.
Upland 58, Rowland 33
Sophomore point guard Tamesha Jackson led Upland with 12 points, seven assists and four steals. Sophomore guard Stephanie Berger added 14 points.
La Mirada 84, Workman 16
Hacienda Heights Wilson 43, Romana Convent 24
Cerritos Valley Christian 47, Culver City 42
Sherry Session had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Kristel Eddington had 11 points and nine points for Cerritos Valley Christian (2-0) in a victory at Mayfair High.Allison Taka had 12 points to lead Culver City (1-1).
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Ontario Christian 61, Woodcrest Christian 43
Stacy Nanninga had 23 points and 11 rebounds and Donie Thomas had seven assits to lead Ontario Christian (1-1). Woodcrest Christian is 0-2.
Garden Grove 50, Mary Star 36
Senior guard Amanda Scott led with 16 points, including three three-pointers, and four steals for Garden Grove (1-0). Mary Star is 0-1. Garden Grove led 34-11 at halftime and played mostly substitutes in the second half.
Paramount 41, Gardena Serra 31
Collena Cooley had 10 points for Paramount (1-0). Jessica McConico had 14 points, making four of six three-pointers, for Serra (0-1).
Pacific Hills 53, Trabuco Hills 50
Temecula Valley 67, Jurupa Valley 47
Jessie Thompson sparked Temecula Valley (2-0) with 20 points and five assists, while Jessica Kaller chipped in with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Tamara Wells led Jurupa Valley (1-1) with 16 points.
Alemany 51, Oxnard 37
Renee Goldoff had 15 points and 14 rebounds, and point guard Bridget Jenkins had nine points, six steals and five assists and Tatianna Thomas added 10 points, six rebounds and six assists for Alemany (1-0) in a victory over Oxnard (0-1) at Valencia.
Beaumont 69, Vista Murrieta 58
Tanya Clark had 18 points for Beaumont (2-0). Vania Singleterry had 22 points for Vista Murrieta.
Aliso Niguel 31, Mission Viejo 28
Down five points with four and a half minutes to play, host Aliso Niguel closed with eight consecutive points to win a season opener for both teams.
Baskets by Ashley Sutton on consecutive possessions pulled Aliso Niguel to within 28-27, and Katelyn Holley completed the comeback by also scoring on consecutive possessions -- and stealing the ball on defense in between -- in the final minute.
Holley’s 12-foot jumper with a minute left gave Aliso Niguel the lead, and after stealing the ball on Mission Viejo’s next possession, she finished a give-and-go with Meaghan Curran with a lay-up in the final seconds.
Bishop Amat 57, Etiwanda 47
Senior guard Jessica Carrera had 13 points, three steals and three assists for host Bishop Amat (1-0). Whitney Coleman had 14 points for Etiwanda (0-1), which couldn’t get any closer than seven points in the fourth.
Brentwood 63, Chaminade 54
After trailing, 51-48, with three minutes remaining, Brentwood (1-0) ran off eight consecutive points down the stretch, sparked by four steals from senior Brianne Brown.
Freshman Lauren Edwards led Brentwood with 17 points, followed by Brown and senior Tanya Tsikanovsky with 13 points each. Kelly Cochran scored 23 points for Chaminade (0-1).
Buena 73, Agoura 54
Agoura starting guard Christina DePippo left the game with a knee injury midway through the third quarter, and Buena dominated from there, turning a four-point lead into a runaway.
Jessica Jameson led the way for visiting Buena (1-0), scoring 16 points.Monica Estrada and Kelly Mead had 17 and 10, respectively, for Agoura (0-1). DePippo, a junior, will need X-rays before her playing status is known. Tasha Edwards scored10 for Buena, which is ranked No. 12 in the Southland.
Capinteria 46, Lompoc Cabrillo 34
Carpinteria led, 21-20, at halftime but pulled ahead in the second half with nine points from Misty Alvarado and six each from Lisa Gurerrero and Hannah Bowman.
Alvarado finished with 16 points and eight rebounds. Guerrero had eight points and eight rebounds, while Bowman contributed eight points and five rebounds.
Charter Oak 50, Northview 41
Brenda Orduno scored 16 points and Colleen Tiongco added 13 points for Charter Oak (1-0) in a victory over visiting Northview (0-1).
Flintridge Sacred Heart 48, Glendale 43
The Flintridge Sacred Heart defense had 21 steals, including 10 from Nicki Witt, and two blocked shots. Witt finished with 21 points.
Teammate Ashley Kokawa had 16 points and three steals, and freshman Steephanie Obioha-Orakwue led the team with 10 rebounds.
Fountain Valley 50, Western 39
Megan Watanabe had 14 points, Margaret Pietrowski had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Lisa Crowley had 10 points, four assists and four steals for Fountain Valley (1-0) in a victory at Western (0-1).
Estella Miralles had 10 points for Western.
Los Amigos 58, Buena Park 30
Sara Everett scored 22 points for host Los Amigos in a season opener for both teams. Susan Giang added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Lobos.
Sage Hill 64, Orangewood Academy 17
Haywood Wright had 20 points and 13 rebounds and Katie Puishys added 13 points and 11 rebounds for Sage Hill (1-0) in a victory over visiting Orangewood Academy (0-1).
San Luis Obipso 55, Santa Maria 45
Dana Andrews of San Luis Obispo (1-0) had 16 points and teammate Annie Johnson added 15 points at Santa Maria (0-1).
San Marino 42, San Gabriel 25
Kristen Chan of San Marino (1-0) had 14 points and eight rebounds against visiting San Gabriel (0-1).
Santa Ana Valley 39, Orange 31
Maima Tanielu had nine points and Olga Martinez had seven points for Santa ana Valley (1-0). Melissa Mahi had 11 points and Caitlin Kilroy added nine for Orange (0-1).
Santa Barbara 61, Oaks Christian 59
Austin Hamilton scored 18, Jackie Hingsen added 16 and Maria Rivera had 14 for Santa Barbara (1-0), which trailed at halftime, 39-29, and took the lead with three minutes remaining.
Oaks Christian (0-1) was led by Kayla Rutherford, who scored 18; she had four three-point baskets, one more than Rivera. Danielle Chupp added 10 for Oaks Christian.
Santa Fe 65, Anaheim 9
Krystal Urzua had 16 points, Sina Leomiti added 12 points and Sara Brinsfield scored 10 points to lead visiting Santa Fe in the season opener for both teams.
Villanova Prep 45, Viewpoint 43
Katelyn Kirby scored eight of her 11 points in the fourth quarter, including what proved to be the decisive bucket for host Villanova Prep. Kirby made a mid-range jumper with 40 seconds left to give Villanova Prep (1-1) a 45-41 lead.
Viewpoint (0-1) closed to within a bucket on its next possession and then had a chance to tie or win it on the game’s final possession, but missed a 24-footer at the buzzer as the Patriots were unable to come back from an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit in a game at Villanova Prep (1-1).
Freshman Natalie Levine had 12 points and Samantha Boernstein added 11 points to lead Viewpoint. Weiss finished with six points. Bailey Ells had 12 points to lead Villanova Prep.
Westridge 48, Immaculate Heart 38
Maddie Weissman had 19 points, six rebounds and five blocked shots for Westridge (1-1) in a victory over visiting Immaculate Heart (0-1).
Allison Clark added 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Tigers.
Whittier Christian 64, Oxford Academy 39
Sachiko Wong had 19 points and Davina Patel added six rebounds for host Whittier Christian (1-1). Oxford Academy is 0-1.
Paraclete 62, Tehachapi 42
Bria Fields had 31 points and nine rebounds and Jessica Echenique had 16 points for visiting Paraclete (1-0).
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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
Mayfield 39, Crossroads 34
Samantha Grill had 21 points and five steals, Maya Rosas had 15 points and Julia Stoll had eight rebounds in the loss for Crossroads (1-0).
Montclair Prep 50, Rolling Hills Prep 41
Indira Kaljo had 20 points to lead Montclair Prep in a season-opening game for both teams. Jasmine Watts had 23 points, seven rebounds and two steals and Carmen Alivera had eight points and eight rebounds for Rolling Hills Prep.
Marymount 57, Pilgrim 8
Milken 49, St. Genevieve 43
Lakewood 41, Sunny Hills 37
Kirsten Cabral had 15 points, six rebounds and four blocked shots for Sunny Hills, which plays Downey at 7:30 Tuesday, in a season opener for both teams.
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Nogales 51, Whittier Christian 41
Paris Dunford had 19 points for Nogales and Dana Niiro had 18 points for Whittier Christian in both team’s season opener.
Covina 45, Los Altos 33 (OT)
El Rancho 59, Western Christian 41
Walnut 67, La Salle 37
Cerritos Valley Christian 44, Westminster 19
Junior center Kristel Eddington had 13 points and 14 rebounds and junior shooting guard Melissa Dykema had 12 points and four assists for Valley Christian (1-0). Westminster is 0-1.
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Cajon 64, Coachella Valley 29
Senior point guard Jatarra Pryor had 22 points, 10 steals and seven rebounds for Cajon (1-0). Coachella Valley is 0-1.
Elsinore 56, Norte Vista 20
Ashley Marcoux had 12 points and eight rebounds and Veronica Apodaca finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead Elsinore in the season-opening victory.
Sultana 54, Ontario Christian 49
Florida Siaosi had 22 points and 14 rebounds for Sultana. Stacy Nanninga had 18 points and 14 rebounds for Ontario Christian in the season opener for both teams.
Temecula Valley 63 , Corona Santiago 40
Jessie Thompson sparked Temecula Valley with 23 points and seven assists. Jessica Kaller scored 16 points, including four three-pointers.
Oceanside El Camino 53, Palm Desert 36
Emily Luckeroth had 28 points, five rebounds and five steals to lead Palm Desert.
Beaumont 76, Indio 56
Mater Dei 68, Garden Grove Pacifica 18
Chanel Foster contributed 15 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three steals for Mater Dei. Teammate Christina Lopez led the Monarchs with 18 points, and Laurie Denning netted 10 in the season opener for both teams.
Norco 62, Capistrano Valley 26
Deanna Moreno had 13 points for Norco (1-0), ranked No. 7 by The Times. Capistrano Valley is 0-1.
Woodbridge 59, North Torrance 46
Bridgette Reyes led Woodbridge (1-0) with 16 points, including two three-pointers, and six assists. Teammate Emily Friedman had 12 points with two three-pointers, and Mishella Scott added eight points and 10 rebounds. North Torrance (0-1) was led by Shareill Stolden with 10 points and Kubota Lindsay added nine, including two three-pointers.
Avalon 38, San Gabriel Academy 34
Courtney Kennedy scored 16 points and pulled in 13 rebounds for host Avalon (1-0). San Gabriel Academy is 0-1.
Beverly Hills 57, Notre Dame Academy 50
Tiffany Yu had 13 points, Syniecie Smith added 12, including three three-pointers, and Gwynne Evans finished with eight points, 14 rebounds and five blocks to lead visiting Beverly Hills past Notre Dame Academy in a season opener for both teams.
Bonita 53, San Dimas 41
Donna Pierce had 15 points and eight rebounds to lead visiting Bonita (1-0). San Dimas is 0-1.
Canyon Country Canyon 50, Littlerock 33
Nikki Leon had 15 points, four rebounds and six blocks, Christina Hall added 11 points, five rebounds and five steals, and Jessica Guerrero finished with nine points, eight rebound and eight steals for host Canyon.
Capistrano Valley Christian 45, Fairmont Prep 43
Christine Daichendt contributed 11 points and sunk a free throw with 14 seconds remaining to seal the win. Chelsea McCrae led Capistrano Valley Christian with 13 points in the first game of the season for both teams.
Carter 70, Bloomington 27
Junior Mallory Avila had 21 points, five assists and five steals to boost the Lions to a win in their first game ever. Bjonee Reaves contributed 13 points and nine assists, and Omonuwa Ikhalia had 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Hueneme 39, Santa Paula 36
Atiya Bynum hit two free throws with less than a minute remaining to give Hueneme the lead for good in the season opener for both teams. Freshman teammate Reyna Garcia pulled in 19 rebounds.
Santa Clara 44, Villanova 36
Jaime Borland led Santa Clara with 12 points, followed by Ashley Morton with 11. Sophomore Bailey Eells led Villanova with nine points and 10 rebounds.
St. Monica 57, Westridge 45
After trailing by two at halftime, St. Monica outscored Westridge, 20-5, in the third quarter. Tatiana Moger had 21 points to lead St. Monica to the season-opening victory. Maddie Weissman had 13 points and Allison Clark had six points and nine rebounds for Westridge.
Gabby Flores had 16 points and freshman Roxanne Peralta had 11 rebounds for host St. Paul in the season opener for both teams.