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La Canada Tourney: Wednesday &
Thursday Results; Today's Schedule--(Dec. 18, 1998)

Here's the schedule for today, Friday, December 19:

At La Canada Friday December 18, 1998
5:00 p.m. Santa Monica v. Muir
6:30 p.m. Loyola v. Pasadena
8:00 p.m. New Westminster v. La Canada
At St. Francis
Friday December 18, 1998
3:30 p.m. Schurr v. Glendale
5:00 p.m. St. Thomas More v. Bishop Montgomery
6:30 p.m. Blair v. Moorpark
8:00 p.m.Carson Graham v. St. Francis

On Wednesday the results were: 

Moorpark 87, Carson Graham (Canada) 52,
Burroughs72,   La Canada 56
Santa Monica 51, North Delta (Canada) 44

Burroughs 72, La Canada 56-- Kevin Krose made nine of 16 field goals, including four three point shots and Keith Jarbo was six of eitht from the floor for Burrous.  Other scorers for Burroughs were Cemarosa 8, Chad Frenzel 2 and 10 assists, Lee 17, Jarbo 14, Garetto 1, Coronado 6.  For La Canada Riddell had 4, Niemann 2, Neyland 6, Turley 5, Futalan 4, Swaner 12, Sullivan 16, Mcintire 2, Swenson 5. Burroughs is now 5-2 while La Canada drops to 3-5.

Moorpark 87, Carson-Graham 52-- Todd Tomlinson score 32 points to lead the way for Moorpark (4-2) against the Canadian school in a first-round game of pool play at La Canada High.  He scored 29 of his 32 in the first half and made 11 of 22 field gols including five three point shots in the game. Others scoring were Moser 2, Sean Corkery 12, Hunter 3, Tavasolian 4, Bucka 3, Illions 8, Daniels 2, Tormos 2, Perkovich 9 and Dalrymple 10.  For Carson Graham, Charleton had 27 points.

Here's what happened yesterday (Thursday):

Burroughs 54, New Westminster (Canada) 49
Muir 98, Notre Dame (Canada) 22
Pasadena 73, North Delta (Canada) 46

Burroughs 54, New Westminster (Canada) 49--Carlos Coronado had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Indians (6-2) in a pool play victory at the La Canada tournament.  Others scoring for Burroughs were Krose with 9, Cremarosa with 6, Perez 4, Frenzel 6, Lee 9, Fontanez 4, Jarbo 4, Garretto 2.  For New Westminster, Justin Morneau had 12 and Adam Nicholson had 14.

Muir 98, Notre Dame (Canada) 22-- The Pasadena Star-News carried the story of this one, and they had a quote from  Muir's coach   Don Grant, who said "We really didn't know what to expect from Notre Dame.   We had no idea what they would play like; we just know that we needed to play hard and well."  They didn't need to play too hard, or too well, because the team from Canada was really no competition at all. Notre Dame committed 35 turnovers in the game, and never had a chance as Muir went on a 16-0 run to open the first quarter.   At the end of the first it was 26-5.  In the second, Muir outscored the Canadians 24-7, and they led 50-12.  In the third, Muir didn't really let up, scoring 28-9, and in the fourth, they "eased up" by only scoring 20 points, but still only allowed the Canadians to get off four points.  Jason Bonwell had 22 points, and Adrian McKoy had 18 points and 13 rebounds.  For Notre Dame, the scoring was David Mejia with 4, Bryan Jacobon 2, A.J. Achasosa 4, Arvin Jimenez 8, Dennis Jesus 4, and David Bardaro 2.

Pasadena 73, North Delta (Canada) 46-- Pasadena started off slow but had a strong second quarter, eventually building a 40-27 lead at the half, and then outscoring North Delta 17-11 in the third, and holding the visitors from the north to just 8 points in the fourth. George DeJohnette scored 16, Kevin Richards 13, Josh Duncan 10, Douglas Thomas 10, Jason ridley 6, Vahan Parseghian 5, Reggie Harmon 5, Justin Davis 4, and Clayton Coleman scored 2 for Pasadena.  North Delta's high scorer was Abdalla Weid with 14, followed by Mark Balmes with 10, Jeremy Shuster with 10, Matt Turpin 4, Jeff Knoblauch 4, Rob Lacheur 2, and Jay Hoare 2.

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