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Boys' basketball: Chino Hills surpasses 100 points for the fourth time in five games

Chino Hills has gotten off to a good start in chasing the state record of 18 for most games of 100 or more points. The Huskies (5-0) made it to 100 for the fourth time in five games with a 106-86 victory over Foothills Christian on Saturday night at Corona Centennial.

Lonzo Ball scored 33 points. His future UCLA teammate, T.J. Leaf of Foothills Christian, scored 44 points.

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Centennial routed Cathedral, 92-69. Jordan Griffin scored 34 points. Jalen Hill had 22 points and 10 rebounds. Ike Anigbogu added 15 points and 12 rebounds. Milan Acquuah had 35 points for Cathedral.

In the El Segundo tournament championship game, Fairfax defeated Loyola, 58-44. Freshman Ethan Anderson scored 18 points. Babacar Thiombane was named tournament MVP.

Bishop Montgomery won the Westchester tournament with a 57-52 win over Westchester. David Singleton scored 19 points and Ethan Thompson 18. In consolation games, Campbell Hall defeated Hart, 44-41. Jordan Cohen and Mike Meadows had 10 points apiece. Taft defeated St. Bernard, 57-52, with Travis Patrick scoring 21 points and getting 12 rebounds.

Damien defeated Colony, 88-46. Bryce Peters scored 25 points.

Village Christian won the Burbank tournament with a 59-51 win over Renaissance. Isaac Etter had 19 points.

Santa Barbara won the Simi Valley tournament championship with a 67-59 win over Simi Valley. Jordan Alexander had 17 points.

In Arizona, St. Francis defeated Burbank Bell-Jeff, 97-66. Alejandro Moreno had 18 points and eight assists.

Ayala won the San Dimas tournament with a 76-54 win over Rancho Cucamonga.

La Mirada won the Canyon tournament championship with a 85-76 win over Long Beach Jordan. Anthony Newman and Ian Carter each scored 23 points.

Orange Lutheran won the Godinez tournament with a 53-45 win over Yorba Linda. KaVaughn Scott had 14 points.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame defeated Oaks Christian, 73-54. Chibueze Jacobs had 16 points. Highland defeated Pasadena, 69-63, in overtime to win the Maranatha consolation title. Deshay Gipson had 28 points.

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