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High School Roundup: CdM boys’ basketball routs Cabrillo in Coach Mike’s Long Shot Challenge

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Corona del Mar’s Jack Stone, pictured driving to the basket against Whittier on Dec. 4, 2019, helped the Sea Kings beat Cabrillo 89-49 on Monday.
(Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)

Jack Stone and Scott Truninger each finished with 17 points, and the duo led the Corona del Mar High boys’ basketball team to an 89-49 blowout win over Long Beach Cabrillo in the fifth annual Coach Mike’s Long Shot Challenge at home Monday.

Stone made five three-pointers, all in the first half, helping the Sea Kings (15-7) take a 58-28 lead into halftime.

Cade Overfelt contributed 15 points and four three-pointers, while Efe Gucoglu had 12 points on four threes. The Sea Kings hit 16 threes as a team.

CdM hosts Edison (14-9) in a Surf League game on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Sea Kings are 0-1 in league play, and the Chargers are 1-0.

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Laguna Beach 59, Cerritos 48: Nolan Naess scored 22 points for the Breakers in Monday’s Coach Mike’s Long Shot Challenge game at Corona del Mar High.

Willie Rounaghi added 14 points for Laguna Beach (15-7), while Lucas Kravitz had nine points.

The Breakers play at Fountain Valley (12-6) in a Wave League game on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Both teams are 1-0 in the league.

Brethren Christian 74, Pomona Ganesha 55: Jace Knowles led the Warriors with 35 points and three three-pointers in Monday’s Coach Mike’s Long Shot Challenge game at Corona del Mar High.

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Koby Gilman had 12 points for Brethren Christian (14-3).

Richmond Salesian 50, Pacifica Christian Orange County 35: The Tritons fell to 15-6 after losing Monday’s game in the 23rd annual MaxPreps MLK Classic at St. Mary’s College in Moraga on Monday.

Godinez 54, Ocean View 48: The host Seahawks dropped their first Golden West League game on Tuesday.

Ocean View is now 14-9 overall and 4-1 in the league.

Saddleback Valley Christian 62, Huntington Beach 51: The Oilers (5-17) dropped their ninth straight game on Monday at Ocean View High.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Newport Harbor 60, Laguna Beach 29: Cydney Jover had 18 points, six steals and five assists, helping the visiting Sailors win their first Wave League game on Tuesday.

Willa Rath added 14 points, eight rebounds and four steals for Newport Harbor (11-12, 1-2 in league). Genevieve Perry contributed 12 points and three steals, while Emma Fults had six points, 14 rebounds and five steals.

The Breakers fell to 9-14 and 0-2.

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Huntington Beach 53, Los Alamitos 23: Marisa Tanga led the first-place Oilers in Tuesday’s Surf League game at home.

Akemi Tanga chipped in nine points for Huntington Beach (17-5, 2-0 in league), and Nicole Palmer and Alyssa Real had seven points apiece.

Corona del Mar 47, Edison 42: Trasara Alexander finished with 16 points for the host Sea Kings in a Surf League game on Tuesday.

Makena Tomlinson had 12 points for CdM (18-6, 1-1 in league).

Gwen Ontiveros led the Chargers (13-10, 1-1).

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Edison 1, Corona del Mar 0: Grace Ingalls scored for the Chargers in a Surf League match at home on Tuesday.

Edison improved to 9-3-4 overall and 1-0-1 in the league.

The Sea Kings dropped to 11-2-2 and 1-1.

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Marina 3, Fountain Valley 1: Kaitlyn Paculba scored twice for the Vikings in Tuesday’s Wave League road match.

Makena Castillo added a goal for Marina (5-7-3, 2-0 in league). Haley Boren and Felicia Hyde had assists.

The Barons fell to 9-8-3 and 0-1-1.

Newport Harbor 0, Laguna Beach 0: The Sailors and host Breakers played to a scoreless draw in Tuesday’s Wave League match.

Newport Harbor is now 13-4-4 overall and 0-1-1 in league play, while Laguna Beach is 4-4-5 and 0-0-2.

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Updates:
10:59 PM, Jan. 21, 2020: The article was updated with results involving the Ocean View boys’ basketball team, as well as the girls’ basketball and soccer results.

This article was originally published on Jan. 21 at 5:33 p.m.

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