Roundup: Sierra Canyon freshman Mackenly Randolph making presence felt in girls’ basketball

Freshman Mackenly Randolph scored 35 points for Sierra Canyon against Palisades on Monday.
(Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

The signs are everywhere that 6-foot-1 freshman Mackenly Randolph of Chatsworth Sierra Canyon has quite a future playing basketball.

“The best to ever play in the Valley. Guarantee,” Sierra Canyon girls’ basketball coach Alicia Komaki said Monday after Randolph scored 35 points in a 68-45 win over City Section power Palisades. “She’s just so good.”

Randolph is the daughter of former NBA player Zach Randolph, whose highest point total was 43 points. Asked if dad’s family record is in jeopardy, Mackenly said, “Yes.”


Sierra Canyon improved to 15-3 but might be without its other top freshman, Izela Arenas, for the playoffs because of a foot injury. Demoni Lagway had 16 points for Palisades (6-6), which has a big game on Friday against Western League rival Hamilton.

El Camino Real 47, Granada Hills 45: Gaby Quintana scored 24 points for ECR.

Boys’ basketball

Birmingham 91, Cleveland 35: Iana Koguchi had 22 points for Birmingham.

Chatsworth 71, Taft 70: The Chancellors made a basket in the final seconds to pull out the West Valley League game. Isaiah Lewis had 35 points.

Huntington Park 61, Larchmont 50: Diego Manzano scored 48 points for Huntington Park.

Loyola 67. Crespi 54: Jalen Cox led Loyola with 26 points.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 70, Alemany 59: Luke Rishwain finished with 28 points, including six threes. Omari Garrett made five threes and had 23 points.

Granada Hills 59, El Camino Real 56: Jon Li had 17 points and Khalil Forrester 16.

Bishop Montgomery 60, Gardena Serra 51: Kelcy Phipps led Bishop Montgomery with 19 points.

Oak Park 62, Royal 51: Isaiah Sherrard had 26 points and 13 rebounds for Oak Park, which has a nine-game win streak.

Westlake 67, Newbury Park 54: Isaiah Matute contributed 21 points and Elijah Elohim had 18 points.


Westlake 11, Oaks Christian 3: Benjamin Church had three hits and three RBIs and Shea Upton had three hits and two RBIs.

Corona 5, Corona Santiago 0: Ethan Schiefelbein struck out nine and allowed one hit in six innings.

Corona Centennial 3, Roosevelt 1: Hudson Boncal struck out 13 and allowed one hit for Centennial.

San Pedro 7, Narbonne 0: The Pirates took control of the Marine League behind Rhett Peterlin, who allowed three hits. Dylan Kordic had three RBIs.

Banning 1, Carson 0: Anthony Joya struck out 15 in six innings.

Thousand Oaks 8, Newbury Park 3: Max Muncy hit his ninth home run and Dylan Jackson hit his seventh to help the Lancers improve to 22-0.


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Glendora 6, Los Altos 1: Shane Mion had two hits and Carson Collett added two RBIs.

Cypress 5, El Toro 0: Three pitchers combined for the shutout, led by James Paul, who threw five scoreless innings.

Bishop Amat 3, Cathedral 0: Izeah Muniz struck out 14 and threw a one-hit shutout.

Rancho Cucamonga 7, Etiwanda 2: Jacob Billings struck out nine for Rancho Cucamonga.

King 7, Norco 1: John Stark hit two home runs.


Ayala 2, Colony 1: Emily Leavitt struck out 17 for Ayala.