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Generals pull out 62-60 win over University

After years of agony being the biggest fan for the Clippers, Clipper Darrell came out to Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday determined to finally experience what it’s like winning a championship rooting for his alma mater, Washington Prep.

“No mercy,” he screamed from the stands. “I need a championship.”

The Generals pulled it off, rallying from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat University 62-60 for their first City Section boys’ basketball championship. This one was for Division I.

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Ethelbert Anum put in a follow shot at the buzzer on Friday night, giving King/Drew a 62-60 victory over Van Nuys in the City Section Division II championship game at Roybal.

Tyree Winborn had tied the game for Van Nuys with a three.

King/Drew went down the court and Anum delivered the game-winning basket.

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Standout guard Brandon Williams of Crespi, who had committed to sign with Arizona, announced via Twitter on Friday that he is reopening his recruitment.

Williams said he had signed financial aid papers with Arizona that give him the option to consider other schools. He said he has not ruled out Arizona but will look into other options.

He’s the second Southern California player to change his commitment because of allegations surrounding Arizona’s basketball program. Crossroads’ Shareef O’Neal changed from an Arizona commitment to a UCLA commitment.

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Derrell Daniels has been named football coach at Sun Valley Poly.

He has served as an assistant coach at San Fernando, Harvard-Westlake and St. Genevieve.

He played at San Fernando and Sylmar and later at the University of Washington.